Dieses Objekt ist Teil eines 160 Hektar großen privaten in Halte im Herzen
Das Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, sitzt auf halbem Weg
zwischen Bryce Canyon National Park und Capitol Reef National Park.
Das Hotel liegt in dem Scenic Highway 12 ("The Golden Loop ') überquert der
Escalante River, es ist der Wanderweg Kopf an der renommierten Escalante
Canyons. Das Haupt Haus und Gästehaus (siehe vrbo 228445) sind die
nur Strukturen auf den letzten 40 Morgen flußabwärts vor 75 Meilen von
Wildnis Bereich, der Lake Powell den ganzen Weg läuft.
Dieser Ausflug ist eine malerische 2 Geschichte 1 Schlafzimmer, 1 Bad Fluss vor Gast
Haus, das ideal für zwei ist. Die 700 sq. Ft. Hause Gesichter Blick auf die
Escalante Canyon, Wiesen, Felsen und Fluss und liegt in einem üppigen
Ufer Oase von 600 ft umgeben. Sandsteinfelsen. Das Gästehaus
abgewandt vom Haupthaus 600 ft. entfernt, um zu maximieren
Privatsphäre. Wandern Sie von der Haustür in der ersten Klasse Naturwunder.
Herrliche Aussicht aus dem Wohn- / Essbereich gesehen werden, und aus
die voll ausgestattete Küche, die aus Granit, Kirschholz hat
Schränke und Küchengeräten aus Edelstahl. Das Hauptschlafzimmer mit ein
Kingsize-Bett ist auf der 2. Etage. Das Schlafzimmer und das 6x12 Balkon haben
schöne Wiese und Red Rock Canyon Aussicht. Die Dusche ist ein ovaler
Glasmosaikfliese zu Fuß in, keine Türen benötigt werden, mit einem bunten, lokale
Fluss Kiesboden. Die Wände des Hauses sind mit der verputzten
schöne rote Schlucht Sand. Das Haus verfügt über ausgezeichnete WLAN und keinen Fernseher. EIN
hohe Bodenfreiheit Fahrzeug ist bevorzugt, dass die betoniert Niedrigwasser Fluss
Übergang (in der Regel 1 ft. tief).
We’re just back from a 10th visit to this area, our 5th at the same property, and our 1st at this home. We discovered this part of S. Utah on a meandering road trip from Tulsa to L.A. 9 years ago and were astounded by the grandeur, colors, and seemingly infinite expansiveness of the area. A year or so later, we discovered Doug & Bev’s other home on the same property (vrbo #228445) and were fortunate enough to stay there on 4 prior occasions. And though words seem insufficient in describing the beauty, solitude and absolute serenity of this place, it’s best for me to say “WE LOVE IT THERE.”
This year, after deciding to return to the area a few weeks ago, we were disappointed to find that ‘our’ place was booked on our requested dates. As an alternative, we were offered an ‘annex’ (a ‘Barnament’ as Bev & Doug call it) - built on the property since our last visit. We reserved it for 5 nights – and though apprehensive that any new structure on the same acreage would detract from the its appeal, we can now verify that the new home keeps entirely the silence, darkness, & sense of isolation that we associate with the original place. In other words, we LOVE it here ALSO and will be back as soon as possible.
For any needing orientation here, the 2 homes sit about ½ mile back from US 12 on a dirt road, on the banks of Calf Creek (a tributary to the Escalante River), at the base of red rock cliffs, roughly 50 m. from Bryce, 12 m. from Escalante (p. 780), and 16 m. from Boulder (p. 180). They give unequaled access to the spectacular 2m. acre Grand Staircase-Escalante Natl Mon. - a primitive area of canyons and unmatched scenery to the northeast of the property. The hamlet of Boulder has 2 incongruously exceptional small diners and Escalante has 2 good restaurants & an adequate grocery.
To complete this, Doug is a skilled architect whose skill, attention to simplicity & detail, and self-evident efforts to integrate the dwellings with the color, shapes, & scale of the surrounding landscape is altogether visible in the design & placement of both homes.
So before, we have purposely hesitated to recount our hyperbolic impressions of these homes even to best friends - but at risk of preempting our own next visit, I can’t recommend these homes or this region highly enough. It absolutely rejuvenates us each time we go.
Thank you so much, Bev & Doug, for sharing your beautiful homes and land with us again.
Best always, Lori & David
Lovely private and secluded home in the Escalante canyon. Amazing location. Everything you could is possibly need in the house. Between Escalante and Boulder so lots of hiking possibilities.
We find that words aren't adequate to describe this beautiful home and the nature that surrounds it. Our stay this past fall was perfect in every way. The house's design and decor are impeccable and match the beauty of the Monument. We hiked every day, once or twice just walking from our front door to explore the river and the canyon both up and downstream. Sitting on the upstairs deck and watching the wild turkeys fly in to celebrate the sunset with us was a daily event, as were the evenings watching the stars come out. When we did venture out in the truck, there were many adventures within a reasonable distance, as well as a fine dinner at Hell's Backbone Grill! Thanks, Doug and Beverly, for sharing your beautiful home and making our time there perfect. We'll be back!
We loved our stay in your beautiful guest house. Everything about the house is so tastefully done and complements the surrounding red rock canyon. It was hard to leave. This was our first time to explore The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument—a wonderful area. Some of our favorite hiking trails left from the house – no driving required. You have truly created a very special, peaceful home.
This is the greatest VRBO we have ever stayed at (and we use VRBO alot!) The seclusion is wonderful - you have the whole canyon to yourself (1 other house at the end.) The sunlight streams through the floor length windows. There is a hiking trail right down the road & Kiva Koffee house is about 1 mile. We loved it here & will be back. The shower was neat & the bed was very comfortable. We are hikers & it is someplace we would hike to except you are there & have a comfortable cabin to stay in. Every morning rising to the the canyon views is something I will never forget.
Nature in her wisdom has made some of her most special places hard to find and difficult to access. This is such a place. Part of me wants to keep it a secret for my own selfish use, however, I promised Beverly a review. I was attracted by the fact that I had to ford a stream to arrive, intriguing, but not dangerous. Creates anticipation which is well rewarded upon arrival in a spectacular red rock perimeter box canyon which exudes privacy and beauty. I am not prone to superlatives, but awesome, fantastic, and mind-boggling are on the tip of my tongue. Southern Utah has some of the most striking country in the whole world and this is its apex.
Peggie and I stayed in the smaller of the two available hostels. It was perfect for two.There is also a home that will accommodate larger parties. Winter brings quiet and inactivity to the area, but this retreat is special anytime of year. It belongs on your bucket list.
Von der Haustür: Premier Südwestufer / Slickrock Wandern und Reiten, Nieder Calfcreek Falls, Obere Calfcreek Falls, Escalante Arch, Bowington Arch, Phipps Bogen, Petroglyphen / Piktogramme, Forellenangeln, 1000 Jahre alte indische Ruinen, Kiva Koffee House.
Innerhalb von einer Stunde von der Haustür: Bryce National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Slot Canyons (Peek a Boo, Brimstone und Spooky), Hole in the Rock / Colorado River, der Garten des Teufels, der Hölle Backbone malerischen Schleife, Burr Trail Panoramastraße , Anasazi State Park & Museum, Kodachrome State Park, Hells Backbone Grill,
Verfügbar Aktivitäten: geführte Expeditionen, Reiten, Fliegenfischen / Angeln, Jagen.
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1 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt
für 1 Nacht
|Cleaning Fee||69 €|
|Erstattbare Kaution||321 €|
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