Secluded and quiet, this four-sleeper, handicap-accessible cabin is just perfect for taking in the dramatic views of Parriott Mesa and the rectory formation from the wrap-around deck.
Enjoy the singing birds in the orchard where apple, apricot and peach trees surround you.
Forms of payment
We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, personal checks and travelers checks.
Room rates are per night, and are based on double occupancy. The rate includes a full breakfast, complimentary teas and coffees, and free use of all amenities.
Check-in and check-out
Check-in is from 4:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.; check-out by 11:00 a.m.
Arrivals before 4:00 p.m. are welcome with prior notice. Arrivals after 9:00 p.m. are discouraged and require advance notification.
If you’re staying for just one night, we require full payment in advance. If you’re staying for more than one night, a 50% deposit will assure your booking, with the balance due upon arrival.
Reservations made within 14 days of arrival require payment in full, regardless of whether you’re staying for one or more nights.
Most rooms are for single or double occupancy, with a few exceptions. Additional guests are charged at a rate of an additional $20 per person, per night.
We’re happy to give a refund on all cancellations made 30 or more days prior to arrival. For cancellations made within 130 days of arrival, you’re responsible for the full amount of the stay unless we’re able to rebook the room. There is a $35.00 service fee for cancellations, and we don’t refund early departures.
Smoking and pets
All rooms are strictly non-smoking. Pets allowed in the Anasazi cabin for additional fee
“This is the type of place you will always remember and dream of finding again on all your journeys.”
~ Susan S.
“We frequently planned the day’s activities so we wouldn’t miss the wonderful breakfasts outside on the deck.”
~ Leslie F.
“I can’t imagine staying anywhere else in this area.”
~ Steven S.
“This has to be one of the most special B&Bs I’ve visited.”
~ Joyce B.
“The best way to stay in Moab.”
~ J. Hancey
“The stillness, the monumental grandeur, the hospitality – all out of this world.”
~ Christelle D.