Father Sky cabin provides a grand view of the Monuments at your front door. Guests will definitely enjoy beautiful sunsets, sunrises, and stargazing from the front porch. Set in the same location as Mother Earth Hogan, the cabin provides a quiet, private setting. Enjoy a bbq or open pit fire in the evening. A small, free continental breakfast is included.
A great secluded place to get away & enjoy beautiful Monument Valley from your front porch! This one room cabin is furnished with a coffee bar, sink, and sleeping area. There are electrical outlets and lighting. The restroom is outside the cabin about 25 yards away. Showers are not available at this time.
A short trail is accessible just behind the cabin for an evening stroll or to catch an awesome sunrise photo!
A bbq grill & table are available next to the cabin. Just bring dinner to grill.
Monument Valley Park is just across the valley approximately 8 miles away. Guests can access the park at sunset or sunrise.
Interaction with guests
I am happy to share our culture with guests and as time permits. Some guests get in late or have other evening plans.
The Navajo people are rich in continuing cultural traditions, crafts, and food. You are definitely in for an enriching experience!
Other things to note
We, the Navajo Nation, are on Daylight Savings Time when in effect from March to October. (One hour ahead of standard time).
Non Smoking Accommodation
Alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the Navajo Nation.
Hello! Welcome to my bnb site! My name is Rosalyn, and I am a Navajo woman native to Monument Valley. I have four children and have been married for 21 years. I am very excited to have you as my guest (s)! I am living my dream of being your host as a small business owner.
I speak my native language and have worked under the Navajo Nation Park for 5 years and my husband for over 15 years.
I take pride in our Navajo land, language, traditions, and food. I am excited to share a frybread with you for breakfast or dinner. We would be honored to host your visit while in Monument Valley, considered the 8th Wonder of the World! My travel experience is limited, but I'm anxious for you can share yours! Learning is a lifelong experience.