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Most of our guests are happy to strip the beds of sheets when then leave, which helps our tiny staff stay on top of things. This is the Good Shepherd Mission, home of the first hospital on the Navajo Nation.A yummy room in the UPSTAIRS of our Parish Hall (120 yr old historic hospital). Up the steps and around the stairwell are our three guest rooms. Gardens, playground and the Hummingbird Cafe are steps away, as well as our historic Episcopal church, built in the Pueblo style from native pink canyon stone.
GSP often doesn't work, and cell phones sometimes don't either.
Shared bathrooms and kitchen facilities available to make your own meals.
Wonderful bed and a luxurious space overlooking garden and mesas.
Wonderful comforters and new pillow-top mattresses. Print out driving directions and campus map ahead of time if possible. Try to get here before dark, as the roads are poorly marked and with "open range" you can encounter horses or cows on the road which can be dangerous.
Don't drive fast either - for the same reason. Cobblestones, desert cactus, old sidewalks, unique floor plans and buildings that creak from years of use.
We discourage your wearing sandals outside - it is desert - better to wear shoes with toes and even socks.
My place is in the middle of Chinle and Many Farms, AZ.Print out driving directions and campus map ahead of time if possible. Try to get here before dark, as the roads are poorly marked and with "open range" you can encounter horses or cows on the road which can be dangerous.Don't drive fast either - for the same reason.Highway 12 goes south to 1-40 and north toward Shiprock and Farmington, as well as Tsaile and othr northern parts of the Reservation, and onto the beautiful Monument Valley. Cobblestones, desert cactus, old sidewalks, unique floor plans and buildings that creak from years of use.Shared bath and kitchen, a cleaning crew that gets it right most of the time (but not always especially with the desert dust), we offer affordable housing in a place with little or no accommodations available. We have a cute coffee shop/cafe (The Hummingbird) open weekday mornings through lunch. We have some limited space for you to keep food (and refrigeration). Please remember you are on the Reservation and things may not be like you have them back home.Plenty of parking on campus, and good roads going in all directions.