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I booked this place to be a surprise for my wife while we were in Utah for our honeymoon exploring the national parks. I went through all the information on the website and so understood what to expect in terms of facilities and experience but...More
If you are visiting Monument Valley area and looking for accommodation that is a little out of the ordinary, this is your place!
Raquel and Martin have created a charmingly rustic experience that is supremely comfortable.
We stayed in the large hogan which was an...More
I stayed at the Firetree for two nights and l made sure I read all information thoroughly so I knew what to expect. I brought plenty of supplies ie snacks, beer and some wine and also a cooler although I was pleasantly surprised to see...More
I found this interesting place through a brochure called San Juan County, Utah's Canyon Country. My sis in law n I were staying in Sedona so I decided since we were going to visit Monument Valley that we spend a night in something different. I...More
We recently booked a night in the teepee. Our family is always up for an adventure, but this was a little too sketchy for us. The directions stated that is would be an easy dirt road drive once the pavement ran out, but our rental...More
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Response from Sunlight_morning, Manager at Firetree Bed & BreakfastResponded 9 September 2016
We're sorry you didn't like FireTree! It is VERY important that you read our "Important Information" webpage and our emails, because the things that made you unhappy are things we told you about before you came. It has been years since anyone had any trouble...More
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.