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We stayed at the Firetree in June 2015 during the last leg of our journey around the big loop. You have to drive around a mesa to get to it, but it is well worth it and it is only a few minutes to Monument...More
No words to describe experience we had me and my parents in our family trip.
It was just perfect!
I don't know how describe it,clean,quiet,the best address of Monument Valley
A very kind hosting and a delicious breakfast !
I want a hogan in my...More
Loved staying at Firetree! Raquel and Martin are welcoming and friendly without being intrusive. The scenery surrounding Firetree is beautiful. The hogan was clean and well appointed as were the bathrooms. Although the restroom facility is shared, you have your own shower and toilet behind...More
No words are enough to describe experience we had here while we were on up family trip. Warm welcome. Amazing breakfast. Starry night skies. I would highly recommend spending some time with the family and chat with them. When I went into a room to...More
A Hogan is an ancient Navajo dwelling. Martin and Raquelle offer a unique Western experience staying at this warm, safe, homely, electrically equipped sealed hogan. Breakfast (coffee/juice/tea/cake/toast) is a great 2-3 hour chat should you choose to enjoy their company - which I recommend!!
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.