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We visited for the night, having visited the spectacular Monument Valley in a monsoon thunderstorm and then paying a visit to Gouldings, where we had a good meal and visited the interesting museum. It was starting to get dark when we set out to cover...More
Took us a little while find to find firetree in dark but once arrived warm welcome from Raquel and Martin stayed up late and met us. Four of us stayed one night in a tipee in August (Hogans were fully booked then) which was more...More
Me and my granddaughter stayed in the small hogan on July 13. My granddaughter is 11 and she just thought this was the best thing she ever did and wants to come back. We only stayed one night, she says next time it will be...More
We stayed at Firetree one night in July 2016. It was a great nature and a fantastic clear sky to watch for shooting stars. We stayed in the big Hogan, but was a little bit disappointed about the cleaning of Hogan. Floor was wet and...More
During our 10 day tour of Utah, we stayed 2 nights at Firetree Bed & Breakfast. We reserved one of the 2 hogans on the property. It was an amazing experience. Raquel and Martin were wonderful hosts and very accommodating.There was another family that stayed...More
Think of arriving November. Note sunset 17.15 access to road 17.00 is road suitable at this time of year and time of day
18 September 2014|
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Response from GAJoe | Reviewed this property |
Yes road is drivable then, but be aware that it can be a rough ride. Only dirt for the last five miles, so rain could make it difficult to get through due to mud or flooded washes. Keep an eye on the weather.