Only 5 miles to Arches National Park! ONE NIGHT reservations accepted for gaps in reservations...Send me a message! Other rooms available - Stillwater, Horsethief, Palisade, Labyrinth.
Launch your Moab adventures from a mid-century decorated Bed and a Bagel located 5 miles from Arches National Park!
The Westwater bedroom offers a queen bed, private en suite bathroom with towels/shampoo/conditioner/body wash, mini refrigerator, coffee/tea set up, local maps, menu guide and information. All box springs, mattresses and pillowcases in the house are protected by bed bug encasements.
The house showcases 6 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, Saltillo tile flooring, a large open floor plan for the living, kitchen and dining room and a beautiful garden patio.
A SELF SERVE CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST is provided including bagels and/or English muffins, cereal, oatmeal, bananas, yogurt, cream cheese, jam, peanut butter, lactose free 2% milk, almond milk and orange juice. Coffee/tea supplied in bedrooms. Guests may use the refrigerator/freezer, toaster, microwave and tea kettle. Guests ARE NOT TO COOK or use the laundry facilities. There are many restaurants and laundromats in town as well as 2 grocery stores and a health food co-op.
GREAT LOCATION in a QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD
5 miles to Arches National Park.
32 miles to Canyonlands National Park.
1 mile to the center of town.
CYCLIST FRIENDLY! A custom bike garage provides bike storage, mechanic stand, basic bike tools and wash station. Bring a 4-6ft cable or coil lock for added security. Also, townie bikes (with locks, lights and helmets) are available to use after signing a liability waiver.
Please be aware that there is a NO DOG and NO CHILDREN under 8 policy at the house. ALSO...I have 2 female CATS named Kokachin and Mei Lin. with birthdays in the summer of 2016. They are not allowed in the bedrooms, but are welcomed in the common areas of the house.
A note for guests booking in the hot summer months. The house uses a classic desert-style air conditioner called a swamp cooler. It functions as evaporative cooling and cools the house by forcing air out open windows. It is not traditional air conditioning. If the room is warm we use the ceiling fan, crack the door and open the windows to allow the cool air to enter the room. Also, it is common to see small ants in the house, as they are coming in to find water. Please understand that they a part of coexisting in the desert and that the house is very clean.
All that being said...I hope to be your host as you launch your adventures from here!
Guests are welcome to use the freezer, toaster, microwave and tea kettle as well as the living and dining rooms, garden patio, guest townie bicycles and on-property parking.
Общение с гостями
Operating this place on my own is a full time job! If our schedules do not match up while you're here, please do not be offended. If you need anything give me a call, message me on airbnb or leave me a note. Thank you for understanding!
Другие важные подробности
Please refrain from wearing lotion/sunscreen to bed. The oil is very difficult and most of the time impossible to remove from the bed sheets. I will request compensation for damaged bedding.
Quiet time is from 10pm-8am. Room key and house manual supplied at check-in. The LaunchPad does not observe a curfew. No cooking or use of laundry machines. No smoking on premises. No children under 8 years of age. No dogs.
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Hello future guests! I hope to provide you with a comfortable place to rest while you launch into this desert paradise. In every room are national park maps and publishings, the Moab menu guide and other helpful information you may need to make the most out of your trip.
A bit of my history:
Sandpoint, Idaho was my primary home from 2002-2012, while I considered Moab as my secondary home during the spring and fall seasons, where I trained for mountain bike racing. I managed a Trek dealership in Sandpoint for 5 years and worked in Moab for Poison Spider Bicycles and Porcupine Shuttle for many seasons. I was fortunate to live in this house for a month in 2009, and during that time I fell in love with it and the idea of being a hostess for a B&B. My dream came true in July of 2012 when my email alerted me that the house was on the market for sale. Two weeks later I owned it and have been in business since September, 2013. I am working everyday to make The LaunchPad into Moab's most enjoyable sanctuary.
This being said, I apologize ahead of time if we don't meet up while you're here. I run this business alone and am constantly on the move. Please feel free to msg me if you need anything. I sincerely do hope to meet you though ;) My airbnb guests are the best!!