FireTree B&B in Monument Valley

Other information to help you make the
most of your stay in Monument Valley

Is there anything I should read before coming to FireTree?

We request that you read and understand our emails, and we apologize that we can't provide them in all the languages spoken by our guests. You must also read our
Important Information page before you come.

Are the rooms shared with other people?

The rooms are not shared with other parties.

How close is FireTree to Monument Valley?

FireTree is about 17 miles from the edge of Monument Valley Park. However, the entire area is considered Momument Valley.
Here are some mileages from FireTree to other destinations.

How far is it to......?

Here are some mileages to other places in the Grand Circle.

Are there restrooms in the hogans?

Hogans are traditional Navajo dwellings, and only have one room. So there are no restrooms in the hogans. Here is a page about Firetree's restrooms.

Is the restroom shared?

The restroom may be shared.
Here is a page about Firetree's restrooms.

Are horseback rides available?

Horseback rides are available at John Ford's Point inside Monument Valley Park. You do not need a reservation there. Horseback rides are also available from other tour operators in the area.

Are there cooking facilities at FireTree?

There are no cooking facilities at FireTree, so we urge you to have dinner before you arrive. Meals are available at Goulding's restaurant, at The View Hotel in Monument Valley Park, in Kayenta Arizona (30mi, 48km), and in Mexican Hat Utah (30mi, 48km). The Swinging Steak in Mexican Hat has excellent steaks, but does not have much other food. You can find food for a picnic at Goulding's grocery (a small grocery store but much larger than what you find at a gas station), or at Basha's in Kayenta to the South and in Blanding to the North (85mi, 136km).

What kind of vehicle should I take to FireTree?

You can come in an ordinary car. Even if you come after dark you will have no trouble finding us if you
print a map. Do not take an alternate route. The road may be sandy. Don't slow down or stop. Keep going at a normal speed. As long as you keep going, small cars are OK.

FireTree has the only available room in the area! Should I reserve a room?

You should only come to FireTree if you want the unique experience FireTree offers. If you just need a room, and Goulding's Lodge and The View Hotel have no space, there are motels in Kayenta Arizona, Mexican Hat Utah, Bluff Utah and Blanding Utah. We don't know of any other possibilities.

What time is it at FireTree?

We are on Mountain Standard Time (MST), and we change to Daylight Savings Time. We are the same time as Utah. Arizona is an hour earlier, except when you are on the Navajo Reservation. When you are on the Navajo Reservation, you are on MST.

How much does it cost?

Here is our rates page.

What are the rates for children?

rates are the same for adults and children.

What is your cancellation policy?

Here is our cancellation policy.

Do you have wifi?

We don't offer wifi because our internet is extremely limited.

Do you give tours?

FireTree does not offer tours.

Is breakfast extra?

There is no extra charge for breakfast

Is there a cooler in the room?

The hogans have
evaporative coolers.

What if I have allergies?

The desert has many plants which produce pollen. Usually, your allergies will not be better in the desert than they are in other climates. We also have more dust than in wet climates. FireTree keeps cats which are not allowed inside.

I have a spayed/neutered hairless hypoallergenic toilet-trained declawed pet with no voice and it will never leave the car. Can I bring it to FireTree?

We're sorry, but no.