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BedrocK Homestead Grand Staircase Escalante

Private room in cave hosted by Grant
6 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 private bathroom
Grant is a Superhost
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4x4 Required: Four-wheel-drive crucial to reach the Cave. You must drive 300 yards down, into a river. Otherwise, the walk is 1 mile up the private drive. You will be visiting a working food farm. Horses, cats, a dog, cows, and pigs are a part of our family too. Here, it's about immersing ourselves in the landscape around us, enjoying the beauty, peace & quiet, growing food, loving the land, and sharing with our guests what it feels like to retreat deep into the rock during your wilderness stay!

The space
We encourage music in the Jam Room! Any musicians or musical people let us know what you need to play here and if you don't have it or we don't have it and you want to jam we can usually round up what you need.

Your private sectioned-off space has two queen beds, two huge bean bags, a couch, and a single day bed. Your area is upstairs from your private bathroom which has a deep tub and separate shower, and both areas are closed-off from the rest of the house. If your group is larger, just inquire for a more detailed conversation. However, there is only one group staying at a time.

This is a rugged stay. You must drive 300 yards through a river to reach the Cave. Don't be intimidated about the river crossing, the bottom is Bedrock and solid. Then pass through some private gates--just lift the chain and close the gate behind you--they are NOT locked. This stay is on a working farm and animals live here, like the super cuddly cats who are present inside and outside the home. If you have cat allergies, please bring your medicine.

Guests enjoy hiking on top of the Cave to view the surrounding desert, the stars, or the sunrise. You also have a private patio with a BBQ, a microwave, mini fridge, and drip coffee-maker. Grant's home is run on hydroelectricity--that’s electricity made from piping water from the creek--so energy is limited. For this reason, hairdryers are not permitted, and internet is limited to what you can pick-up on Verizon in the kitchen. Plan to "unplug" and take-in the surrounding tranquility. Excited to meet you!

Places for sleeping

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed, 1 sofa
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed, 1 single bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Pool
Bath
Patio or balcony
Garden
Indoor fireplace
Long-term stays allowed

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Where you’ll be

Boulder, Utah, United States

Liquor stores in Utah are closed on Sundays. Convenience stores are in the closest town of Boulder which is 8 miles from the homestead. Stores close as early as 5 pm, close Sundays, and have only basic items. There are 3 restaurants: Burr Trail Grill, Hell's Backbone Grill, and Sweetwater Kitchen, which all have excellent food, operate with unpredictable hours, and are full when open. There is also a coffee cafe shop called The Outpost that has incredible local gifts, drinks & bites, and internet. For breakfast, there is a turquoise burrito bus located in the parking lot of the Anasazi Museum, and the museum is also really cool to see and worth checking out!

Hosted by Grant

Joined in November 2017
  • 241 Reviews
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Grant is a homesteader in Deer Creek, 7 miles outside Boulder, Utah. Land activist, large-scape artist, grower of food, and lover of music, he did all the blasting and carving of this incredible sculpture house himself, and learned to use dynamite working as a uranium miner in the late 70’s. He muses that the rock house is like living inside of a sculpture, inside of the carved-out space." Enthusiastic about pretty much everything in life, Grant loves to share his knowledge and stories over a beer or cup of coffee, and point you to some beautiful places.
Grant is a homesteader in Deer Creek, 7 miles outside Boulder, Utah. Land activist, large-scape artist, grower of food, and lover of music, he did all the blasting and carving of t…
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During your stay
BedrocK Homestead welcomes all in a respectful and open atmosphere.
Please note seasonal closures including liquor stores and restaurants from November through mid-March, and feel free to bring your own provisions.
Drip coffee is provided for your enjoyment in your quarters.
Our EXTRA friendly cats may visit you at night, and love to cuddle!
BedrocK Homestead welcomes all in a respectful and open atmosphere.
Please note seasonal closures including liquor stores and restaurants from November through mid-March, and…
Grant is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Language: English
  • Response rate: 93%
  • Response time: within an hour
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: 15:00 - 23:00
Check out: 11:00
No smoking
No pets
Health & safety
Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Cancellation policy

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