Due to the remote location of the property, Innkeepers are unable to answer emails. Please give us a call! Ideally located in Utah's 4-corners region between Bluff and Mexican Hat, this rustic old stone ranch house overlooks the magnificent Valley of the Gods -- the only home within the 360,000 acre Cedar Mesa Cultural and Recreational Management area. The Valley of the Gods Bed & Breakfast is within easy driving distance of the region's most spectacular natural attractions including Monument Valley, Mesa Verde National Park, Navajo National Monument, Hovenweep N.M., Natural Bridges N.M., Arches National Park and Lake Powell. There are raft trips, horseback riding, mountain biking and day hiking in the area. Take a backpack trip into nearby Grand Gulch primitive area and marvel at some of nature's most awesome canyon country and the hauntingly beautiful Anasazi Indian Ruins and rock art. Or perhaps you'll choose to just sit on the 75' porch of our beautiful, solar powered home and take in the grandeur of Red Rock country.
5 on August 15, 2015
If you Want to meet People who know's what life is all abaut you Got to go there, it's The most freindliest place i ever been.
5 on August 31, 2013
We stayed at this great little place about 12 years ago and have been talking about it ever since. We are thinking about taking our kids back, so I wanted to see if Gary and Claire still owned it. They were amazing hosts and the food was delicious. I'm happy to see that they are still there, and apparently the accommodations are still as outstanding as they were then. Highly recommended!
5 on May 08, 2013
This place is something completely different. The building is in an amazing location and in the morning we sat on the porch and could see the mist fading from the sandstone structures of the Vally of the Gods. Gary and Claire were great hosts and great people. Our Breakfast table consisted of individuals from Omaha (us) Germany, France and Scottland. The building itself is hard to describe as it is made of stone and converted from an old historic ranch house. Our room was a suite with a Bedroom, private bath, indoor patio sitting area and chairs outside of our room on the porch.. oh, and breakfast was great as well. If you are going to be in this area and they have an opening i would jump on the chance.
5 on April 01, 2013
We stayed there march 2013 with our daughter & sil. What a quiet place to unwire. Just watching the sunset on the porch was worth all. Hiking in grand gulch was so nice. Wolfman Panel was nice to hike to again. Gary & Claire were great hosts as always. We hope to come back soon. Jim & Norma
5 on October 24, 2012
Valley of the Gods B&B is a Great and Wonderful place to stay! Gary & Claire are warm, wonderful people! Great food and wonderful company. We keep coming back year after year and it is worth it no matter what time of year your there. The views are so wonderful.. Thank you Gary & Claire for a great place to come and get away from it all.
5 on September 12, 2011
Our recent visit to the Valley of the Gods B & B was beyond expectations. Claire and Gary could not have been more welcome, gracious and warm. The breakfasts were regional and so delicious. The suite was spacious and immaculate. But the most precious of all were the location and the breathtaking views. We are so glad to have experienced the valley of the Gods B & B. Thank you Claire and Gary. Debbie & Norman
5 on August 22, 2011
The host & hostess were very friendly and gracious. The place was rustic western and immaculately clean. The breakfast on the porch was excellent and watching the sun come up over Valley Of The Gods as we ate was absolutley breathtaking. Muley Point (looks down on Gooseneck) and Valley Of The Gods are incredible. The night is so dark the sky looks almost artificial with so many stars. We hated to leave Gary & Claire and their beautiful, peaceful B&B. Hope to go back some day
5 on November 05, 2007
Service at it's best in a setting which is beyond belief. Attention to detail from cleanliness to totally operating off the grid. Resource utilization which we all should follow. Truely a great place to stay. The innkeepers are first class who have a total appreciation for their guests interests. Terrific Value!!
4.8 on August 03, 2007
There have been few night skies in my 65 years to rival the skies over this magic place. I can't begin to describe the enchantment of the region combined with this treasure of a place to stay.
National/State parks, Nature area, Raft Trips, River, Ruins
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Monument Valley nearby, Sight-seeing, Whitewater Rafting
Gary & Claire Dorgan
We are very out-door oriented, active in hiking. Participate in natural resource work with the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management to preserve the natural qualities of the area. Live off-the-grid, using solar and wind power -- conservation minded.