This traditional Navajo home, called a hogan is made out of local juniper and mud, which keeps it cool in the summer and warm in the winter. A stay at this home would give you a glimpse of what it was like to live as a Navajo back in the day. This one even has the traditional hole in the roof that connects you to “Father Sky”. You also have a queen bed, some electric capabilities to charge your devices, a propane stove, an antique icebox, and a short walk to the bathhouse.
Located just under 1 mile from the Monument Valley Intersection, this one would be a great jumping-off point for exploring the rest of this beautiful area.
Book your stay at this property
This house has just a few dates available this summer, but opens up later in the fall. It would be worth finding out what time of year is the best to visit this area.
Some past guests have recommended bringing your own cooler with food and your own washcloths and towels.
Read some reviews from past guests:
-“Absolutely breath taking location, with morning views of Monument Valley. If you’re lucky, one of the resident dogs will taking you on a hike up and out of the property for breath taking views. Really absolutely wonderful. The whole place is powered by sunshine and you couldn’t ask for a better location.”
–“This place was one of the hi-lights of our trip. It was so great to stay in such a unique place. The hogan was large, comfortable and private. It looks even better in person. The small touches made the stay extra special. Honestly, we did not want to leave!
Stove access was awesome as we were able to make a nice dinner after traveling. The bathroom was super close and clean. You even get an amazing view on your way there. I would 100% recommend to anyone visiting Monument Valley.”
–“We had an amazing stay in the hogan! Definitely one of the most unique places we’ve ever stayed. The views of Monument Valley just outside the door were incredible!! Highly recommend getting up early to watch the sunrise over the buttes! Everything was as described and a comfortable stay for the night. Shower house/bathroom was just a quick walk up the hill and the water was nice and hot which was great after a long day of hiking and exploring monument valley. Skye was a great host and responded quickly to any questions I had. Would highly recommend to anyone visiting the area!”
This would definitely be an affordable and unique way to experience this beautiful part of Utah. What do you think?