Tiny house A-Frame on 1.5 acre in Coconino National Forest. Featured in American Eagle Outfitters worldwide holiday campaign. 10min to downtown. 15min to Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater, Wupatki National Parks, NAU, and Casino. 45min to Meteor Crater, Oak Creek, and Sedona. 90min to Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, and Petrified Forest. 2.5hrs to Monument Valley. We also have Tiny Mountain View Cabin with a full sofa bed, 2 twin airbeds, kitchen, and bathroom next door.
The property borders Coconino National Forest on the north and south sides. The 1970's era cabin is s RUSTIC and SMALL at 755 square feet but very open and functional with incredible views of the forest and the mountains from all rooms and 3 decks. We have been restoring our cabin using only recycled sustainable building materials and biobased coatings. The property is a great mix of a peaceful rural area with great vistas but 10 minutes from the excitement of a vibrant mountain town and is one of the highest in the country at 7,000 feet in elevation. The summers are warm but not hot like the central Arizona desert. Be prepared for warm summer days (average high is 78 degrees) and chilly nights (average low is 42 degrees)
Exclusive use of the A-Frame cabin. Outside - 2 mountain bikes, BBQ grill, horseshoes pitch, and stairway access through the National Forest boundary. Inside - 1 full/double size memory foam bed in the bedroom, 2 single/twin pull out Ikea chair beds and double high self inflating/deflating airbeds in the loft, and 1 folding cot. Backpacks, lantern, cooler, telescope, firewood, condiments and spices are stocked. Help yourself to anything in the refrigerator and freezer.
Interaction with guests
Your privacy at our cabin is important to us. We are available always by cell phone, text or email. Key lock box on property.
Other things to note
No telephone, no air conditioning, no cable/satellite tv, and no internet. The cabin does have cellular and 4G LTE data reception, 32' HDTV, Blu-ray DVD Player, Xbox 360, FM/Bluetooth alarm clock stereo radio, board games, books, and local travel guides. We use a professional cleaning service to prepare the cabin prior to your arrival.
House trained dogs are welcome but not on beds or furniture. Due to severe allergies - no cats. Please do not leave your pets unattended in the cabin. There is a strict dog barking ordinance. Please pickup after your dogs outside and deposit in the outside trash container. Staircase does not have a safety railing, see photos. Please make sure people, children and dogs are supervised and very careful on it. The cabin is located within a National Park so wildlife is abundant particularly Elk, Coyotes, Jackrabbits, etc. Please leash your dogs outside at all times. The neighborhood is very quiet so please enter and exit the area respectfully and try to keep dust down while driving. Quiet time between 9pm and 7am and to keep the peace with our neighbors and maintain the tranquil environment no loud music, parties or events. No smoking indoors. If smoking outdoors please discard in sealed container only. Since this cabin is completely surrounded by the national forest the following is in effect: No BBQ use from April to September. Campfires and fireworks are prohibited year round. October through March also observe these rules during Red Flag Warnings (signs posted on the main roads). Finally, it is very important to review the driving directions and the cabin manual prior to arriving and if there are questions and concerns to contact me prior to your date of arrival.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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I am originally from Chicago but have lived in the Phoenix - Scottsdale area since college. We enjoy an active lifestyle of travelling, hiking, biking, and snowshoeing the trails behind the cabin as well as snowboarding and cross country skiing at nearby Snowbowl Resort. Most of our free time over the last couple of years though have been taken up on our renovation of the A- Frame and Tiny Cabin using sustainable building practices. Materials were 0 VOC bio based non toxic coatings that we manufacture and salvaged locally sourced Ponderosa Pine, recycled doors, windows, furniture, and fixtures. All three of us (including the dog) have allergies so we try to keep the cabin as dust and allergen free as possible. We find it rewarding to help bring families and friends together from all over the world to enjoy the wonders of Flagstaff and to share the living experience in our cabin. A portion of your homestay fee helps support Flagstaff Family Food Center, Food Bank and Kitchen.