Doorway View2 Twin beds, 1 full size bed, & futon couch
5 guests
1 bedroom
5 beds
1 bath
5 guests
1 bedroom
5 beds
1 bath
You won’t be charged yet

You’ll love my place because of our location and being hosted by a local native family eager to share our traditions and highlights of things to see n do in Monument Valley.
Small complimentary coffee/tea pot. (I share my herbal Navajo tea)
Dinner is available upon request, please add to comments when reserving.
We serve a small, free continental breakfast. If I forget to ask you for time of service, please ask.
Wi-Fi is available. Not everyone is able to log on, so I do not charge.

The space

Our restroom is an outdoor outhouse. It has automatic sensory lights, hand sanitizer, & sanitizing wipes.
Guests can roam within visual areas to the Hogan. We have 2 horses, 3 dogs (all friendly, kept on leash), a tomcat, & chickens. There may be other grazing sheep, horses, and cows in the vicinity.

Guest access

There is a short self guided hiking trail behind the Hogan to get a grand view of the monuments at sunset or sunrise.

Interaction with guests

Upon check in, I will introduce you to the Hogan & its amenities. An overview of your agenda, so I can provide additional information on things to see and do in Monument Valley.

Other things to note

We do not have a street address, so please follow the highway mile post 416 on highway 163. We have a sign posted there. GPS is not helpful out here.


Amenities
Essentials
Heating
Free parking on premises
Wireless Internet

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Sleeping arrangements
Common spaces
1 double bed, 2 single beds, 1 sofa bed

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check-in time is 2PM - 8PM
Check out by 11AM
Self check-in with smart lock and doorman

- 2 day cancellation notice
- No drugs & alcohol on the Navajo Nation
-As you will be on private land of the Navajo Nation, a guide is required to accompany you beyond visible premises of the Hogan.
-We love pets, however they are not allowed in the Hogan. If you can otherwise accommodate your pets, (cage/kennel, or leash) they are welcome. We will not be responsible for their safety, as there are stray animals about. Be advised that Navajo traditions do not allow snakes or similar reptiles as welcomed guests.

You must also acknowledge
Dog(s), cat(s), and other pet(s) live in the house

Cancellations

163 Reviews

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Melanie User Profile
February 2017
Lovely stay, warm and cosy despite being Winter, the fire kept us warm all night. Stunning sunset and sunrise looking over the monuments. Very special experience and would recommend highly.

Dinesh Murali User Profile
November 2017
Stay in Mother Hogan was the highlight of our trip. Rosalyn and her daughter were great hosts. We were able to know the Novajo tradition and cultural values. Rosalyn took pride in sharing Novajo tradition. She was very accommodative and we enjoyed food too.

Maja User Profile
November 2017
One of the best stays we had through Airbnb! Rosalyn and her daughters were very kind and told us lots about their culture during dinner (the frybread is delicious). The night in the Hogan was most cosy - I feared the cold in the night but the stove works perfectly. Another plus: Ziggy the cat spent the whole night with us. :)

Joyce User Profile
October 2017
Mother Earth Hogan was fantastic! Rosalyn’s hospitality, the beautiful inside structure of the Hogan, the delicious tacos & tea, the snuggly kitties that decided to overnight with us, the amazing view in the morning... it’s a stay we won’t forget, and became a highlight of our loop around the Grand Canyon. Rosalyn shared some of her native history, and we got a good feel of the life of the Navajo, past & present. Really loved it. If you want a great backcountry tour of Monument Valley, ask them to set you up with Ray. He gave us a great tour that didn’t feel cookie cutter like the ones available at the visitor center... climb up into his very care-worn vehicle for a wild ride to some amazing spots! Thank you again, Rose, for making us feel so welcome, and sharing just a little piece of your life & culture... if we’re ever in the area again, we will be back, and will stay for longer!

Ashley User Profile
October 2017
Rosalyn is a fantastic host! We had some difficulty finding the Hogan but it was because we followed GPS. Definitely follow the instructions she gives you! We were warmly greeted when we arrived and was offered a home cooked meal of Navajo Taco Salad, which was perfection! I hope to stay at Mother Earth Hogan again soon!

Bryon User Profile
October 2017
Staying in the Mother Earth Hogan was one of the highlights of my year. It was the perfect place for me to take a three-day personal retreat. Loved it!

Lissa. User Profile
October 2017
We absolutely loved our stay at Mother Earth Hogan. Everything was exactly as described. The traditional Navajo Hogan is gorgeous, and Rosalyn has thought of every little detail to make a truly comfortable stay. We enjoyed eating Navajo sweet bread and fruit for breakfast prepared by Rosalyn, and walking to the back of the property to watch the sunsets over the gorgeous Monument Valley. The books in the hogan about Navajo history and myth were also great to read. Overall we had a truly wonderful experience in such a majestic part of the world and this was definitely a highlight on our one month USA adventure.

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.

Languages: English
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