Stay in the Barn House

Dad built The Barn in 1930 as the home for a team of Percheron draft horses which he borrowed from the lumber mill in Flagstaff. He could keep them for as long as he fed them, and they ate a bale of hay a day! They provided the power to move the logs which became the Log House that he lived in.

Barn House Description

Capacity: 5 


  • Two-story
  • One bedroom upstairs (King)
  • One bedroom downstairs (Queen)
  • One Twin bed (rollaway) in the living room
  • 1-1/2 Baths
  • Wood-burning stove
  • Air Conditioning
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The Barn House features a private patio and grass area with sweeping views of the forested canyon walls. A few steps outside the front door begins a creekside hiking trail. Inside, the lower level of this house has a Queen bedroom, full bathroom with a tub/shower, and in the living area, one Twin bed (a rollaway) and wood-burning stove. Upstairs a spiral staircase is a sunny King bedroom and half bathroom.