The two bedroom flat with kitchen gas fireplace. Each bedroom has a queen bed. There is a single full bathroom. A futon in the living room opens into a full bed. This flat will sleep sleep a total of 6 guests. Great view of Sleeping Ute Mountains!
Located on an archaeological preserve, our self-guided tour book takes you to Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) ruins right on the property. 38 acres in sculpted red rock McElmo Canyon offers close views of magnificent Sleeping Ute Mountain. Hiking, exploring, and relaxing are favorite things to do. Enjoy a glass of local wine or a cold microbeer while watching the birds in the Spanish style courtyard.
The main lodge has a common room with games, TV for videos or dvds, an extensive library of books and magazines and comfy leather furniture to enjoy them. Beverages and snacks are always available. In season, guests may pick from the varied orchard of apples, pears, apricots, peaches, cherries, quince, grapes, plums and even peachcots--most planted by celebrated horticulturist George Kelly when they built the lodge as their home in the 60's.
Interaction with guests
Marc and Jerene are available in the office or around the property most of the day. Our home phone number is available by the landline phone in the lodge in the event that we are needed and not there.
Other things to note
Some cell phones do not work well in the canyon. A landline phone in the lodge is always available. Wifi works, depending on your device, in the cabin and if not, it definitely works in the lodge.
NOTE: State and Local Taxes not included, charged at arrival: 5.2%
Rate is per night for 2 guests. Additional guests are $10/night. No pets or smoking in the room. Breakfast is an available option for small charge. One extra car (and 2 people) allowed as day visitors. Gas BBQ and picnic table/chairs in attached porch.
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Retired folks loving the red rock canyon lifestyle.
We are an archaeology Anasazi preserve located at
McElmo Canyon Research Institute for details.