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Valley of the Gods Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed 7 June 2012

We only stayed for the one night on the way up to Moab and stayed in the separate outhouse building. It was very peaceful with no civilisation within view. It is at the bottom of some cliffs with a fantastic view across the valley of the gods. The is no air conditioning but even so the bedroom was underneath (pretty much underground) and was very cool, despite the heat outside. The building had its own porch so you could sit and watch the sunset. The b&b has a very friendly atmosphere and there was other couples staying at the same time, the owner (Claire) introduced me and my wife to everyone and we spend the evening chatting. Compared to the hustle and bustle of our previous stops it was nice to slow down here. There are some fantastic roads about with ace views, we did not drive the valley of the gods roads and instead went up the switchback (which had a good view across the valley)

Room Tip: The separate building was a nice and has a view of the sunrise from the bedroom and your own personal porch
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank CrazyEyeEsquire
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Reviewed 23 May 2012

This bed and breakfast is located at the end of the Valley of the Gods road. It is all by itself many miles from any other home or business.
The owners Claire and Gary are excellent hosts offering insight into where to eat, places to see and what to do.
The house is exceptionally clean, and that is saying something in this dusty environment. It is unique with quiet rooms with beam ceilings and local rock walls. Very quiet.
Breakfasts are interesting and excellent. They use local and organics where available. The house is off grid using wind and solar. The area to beautiful to describe. We like it in the spring when the flowers are in bloom. On a clear moonless night the sky is beautiful, not glare from cities, just stars and stars and more stars.
Coffee is made early and is awaiting guest who arise for the sunrise. Just sit on the veranda and listen to the silence. No cars, trucks, engines, just a bird or two.
This is a truly unique and wonderful place.

Room Tip: The main house rooms are all great. If you are adventurous, try the fruit celler. This is a detached room with it's own porch. It has a bath and sitting area upstairs and down a spiral stairs a bed. It is cozy but a fun experience.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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3  Thank Joe D
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Reviewed 11 May 2012

I echo what just about everyone has posted thus far. I will add adjectives like "surreal" and "sublime" because these are what this fabulous treasure is and the hosts/owners are as friendly, accommodating and courteous as anything you'll find at a five (5) star Ritz-Carlton or Four Seasons property. You see, the difference here is that this place is SO much better (for many reasons and if you're fortunate enough to experience, you'll know why) and the surroundings that much more celestial and aesthetically unreal. Being able to explore, at your own pace, with very few people around (sometimes none at all) you, will make you feel as though you're just one with nature, I guarantee it, especially if you take the 17 miles Valley of the Gods drive starting at the bed & breakfast property line. Incredible!

The lodging is fantastic in a quaint and somewhat rustic yet high-tech solar environment with stone showers, a beautiful inside living room along with a sprawling outside "living room" spanning the entire front porch. Views are what you would expect and the breakfast simply delicious. Claire boasts that she makes great coffee and it is warranted for it is true. Crisp and fresh and just right. You will wake up to wonderful aromas from the kitchen. Savory stuff. Claire and Gary give you the privacy that you may want and you'll only see them from time to time so you feel as though you kind of have the "run of the house", if you will.

I can't wait to return and want this gem and best kept secret to remain just that. Awe-inspiring experience!

You will be amazed, I promise you. ;)

Room Tip: Be sure to read the journals of past guests and add your own experiences as well.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with friends
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5  Thank MASTERPC
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Reviewed 9 May 2012

This is a fantastic place to visit in incredible surroundings, the rooms are first rate and the welcome and hospitality is fantastic. Our hosts supplied us with information about the area, provided an excellent breakfast to follow a fantastically comfortable nights sleep in first rate rooms. If you wish to visit somewhere with perfect seclusion, this is the place for you. both Claire and Gary make you feel 'at home' in their home, which is the best compliment I can offer.
I also recommend checking for sunrise & sunset times and to walk out under an unblemished sky to look up to the stars, amazing.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank TONYandHELEN01
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Reviewed 2 May 2012

I had a wonderful 2 night stay at the Valley of the Gods B&B. Gary and Claire are wonderful hosts. The B&B is secluded from the hustle and bustle. Very quiet and private. I was up before sunrise the first morning there. I was enjoying some of Claire's wonderful coffee and chatting with her. She invited me on a hike with she and her dogs thru the desert before she started breakfast. I took her up on her offer and had a wonderful time! The B&B is beautiful but simple. No T.V. or high speed internet needed with the views from the front porch of the B&B. This was the most relaxed I've been in a very long time. The rooms were great. Very spacious and the stone shower... AWESOME!!!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with friends
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6  Thank onanoak
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