I own a large private home in Moab UT. You will stay in the master bedroom with your own private bath (both a shower and whirlpool bathtub). There is a 2 day minimum stay. Ask me for trip assistance; I have explored the area for 14 years. Click on my calendar for seasonal rates.
I make the best homemade bread in Moab if not all of UTAH!
I am about 7 minutes from downtown Moab.
If you want total privacy and not see the owner or other guests, this space isn't going to work for you.
There is a keypad on the front door. After the reservation is made I will send you the door code. I may not be here when you arrive. I am "retired" but have a couple of part-time jobs or I may be out hiking, or biking, etc). There is a pad and pen on the kitchen counter. Leave me a note that you have arrived so I won't worry. Have question leave me a note and I will get back to you.
How would you expect me to behave at your home?
If you have children under the age of 18 you cannot leave them in the house unattended. If the minor child or children are left here then an adult needs to be here to supervise them and be responsible.
Leave your shoes at the door. That keeps the place cleaner. You can bring slippers or socks or inside shoes.
No loud music after 10:00 -- time to settle in.
No smoking in or outside the house no exceptions.
Ask if you have questions. If you break it tell me just don't walk away.
Close the shower door tight in the basement. That sounds like a no brained doesn't it.
I have two dogs so no pets of any kind, they love attention.
Recycling is in the garage. There is a bucket on the back porch to put in vegetable scraps for the compost pile behind the house.
You can use ice from the refrigerator for a cold beverage or for your water bottle, but ice isn't for your ice chest or cooler.
Put your trash in the garbage cans in the house.
Put things back where you find them. You cannot move the couches or beds without permission from the owner.
Turn out the lights in you room or area when you leave.
The downstairs great room (adventures await) is a common area for guests and the owner (where the couches and TV are located). Please put all your belongings in the two bedrooms and not this area. You can use this common area, but it is not yours exclusively.
Wait your turn in the kitchen. Some guests will want to cook a meal. If someone is preparing a meal ask if you can use space or when they will be done. Be courteous and play nicely together. You are responsible to clean your dishes and keep the space clean.
Don't assume you can eat the owner's or another guests food just because it is there. Ask for permission. The owner will tell you what you can or cannot eat or use when he walks you through the house.
I can't believe i am writing a rule for our homemade bread... but here goes: If bread is baked you can eat the bread, but the bread isn't for sandwiches for tour outings. Bread is to be used by guests in the house. It is great bread.
Food -- I will have space in my refrigerator for perishables and there will be a shelf designated for your dry goods. Please try to keep your food out of the bedrooms.
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I have lived in Moab for the past 14 years. I am an avid hiker and road bicycle rider. Hunting ruins (Anasazi) is a passion with me. It just connects we with the past. Those people were no different than you and them -- 8,000 years ago.
If you want advice about what to see and do in coming in and while in Moab I think I have some pretty good insight.
I make the best bread in MOAB for my guests.
I am an amateur photographer; well a point and shoot kind of guy, but how can you screw up when you live in Moab with pictures?
So is there anything unique about me other than I am 6' 9" tall? Just your average giant living in a small town :)
I have seen a lot of foreigners just want a place to relax, cook some of their country's own food and just rest...not caught up in the motel life. So my house has always been a respite for weary travelers.
Where ever I travel there are usually 100s or 1000s of tourists. Besides the "tourist spots" in Moab let me recommend 6-10 hikes where you might be entirely alone or very few others for a day.
Traveling: My children and I plan a trip every couple of years. We have been to Barbados, Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands, Cancun, and Belize. I have traveled to Nanjing China and Bravaria in Germany.