Shash Dine EcoRetreat

arizona, united states

  • bbq grill
  • bedding
  • candles
  • fireplace
  • firewood
  • lanterns
  • shower
  • wood-burning stove
  • animal interaction
  • beach walks
  • boating
  • canyoning
  • farmers market
  • guided tours
  • hiking
  • horseback riding
  • local attractions & shopping
  • nature walks
  • stargazing
  • wildlife observing
  • Traditional Navajo breakfast included
  • Self-catering
  • Taxes

    13%, included

  • Gift Cards

    Available, please inquire.

  • Included in the Rates

    Breakfast and accommodation

  • Gratuity

    Not required, but appreciated.

  • Other Fees

    $20 cleaning fee

  • Parking

    Included on-site

  • Cellular Signal

    Strong

  • Wi-Fi Signal

    None

  • Minimum Age for Children

    None

  • Additional Guests

    $25/night per additional person over 4 guests.

  • Suggested items to bring with you

    Snacks, drinking water, appropriate clothing for the season, closed toed shoes, hats, sunglasses, wood bundles and all food and supplies for cooking over an open fire.

  • Check-in

    2 p.m.

  • Check-out

    11 a.m.

  • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

    Bookings are non-refundable.

  • Pet Policy

    Pets are not allowed at this property.

How Do I Get There?

Located in the Navajo Nation, 12 miles south of Page, Arizona, HWY 89, 1/4 mile east Navajo RT 6211.

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The history of the land dates back to ancient times. Petroglyphs, arrow heads and shards of pottery can be found while hiking, remnants of days long past can still be seen in the artifacts of local Dine, as well as in the old wagon trails littered with antique glass that glitter in the sun. Navajo Churro sheep, goats, horses, cows, chickens, livestock, and very friendly working dogs - the Maremma Sheepdog and Great Pyrenees are raised on the ranch in accordance with Navajo traditions. The Bed & Breakfast has been built to accommodate guests year-round to provide a peaceful, unique Navajo cultural experience. This off-grid retreat offers guests a unique stay utilizing quality canvas Bell tents, sheepherder wagons, cabins, and traditional Navajo hogans on the Navajo Nation. Located in the outstanding natural beauty of northern Arizona, the retreat also provides a unique cultural experience.

Shash Dine EcoRetreat

Glamping Types

  • Cabins
  • Tents
  • Unique & Unusual
  • Wagons & Shepherd Huts

Great For

  • couples
  • families
  • honeymoon
  • romantic
  • small children
  • small groups
  • solo travelers
  • wedding

Setting

  • beach
  • desert
  • eco-lodging
  • eco-reserve
  • farm
  • lake / pond
  • ranch
  • river / stream
  • tour / excursion

Total Accommodations

  • 7

Minimum Night Stay

  • 1

Rates Based On

  • Per unit

Best time to visit

Open: Year-Round

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
4.5 25 Reviews
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Accommodations

  • Amenities
    • bbq grill
    • bedding
    • candles
    • fireplace
    • firewood
    • lanterns
    • shower
    • wood-burning stove
  • Experiences
    • animal interaction
    • beach walks
    • boating
    • canyoning
    • farmers market
    • guided tours
    • hiking
    • horseback riding
    • local attractions & shopping
    • nature walks
    • stargazing
    • wildlife observing
  • Dining Options
    • Traditional Navajo breakfast included
    • Self-catering
  • Policies
    • Taxes

      13%, included

    • Gift Cards

      Available, please inquire.

    • Included in the Rates

      Breakfast and accommodation

    • Gratuity

      Not required, but appreciated.

    • Other Fees

      $20 cleaning fee

    • Parking

      Included on-site

    • Cellular Signal

      Strong

    • Wi-Fi Signal

      None

    • Minimum Age for Children

      None

    • Additional Guests

      $25/night per additional person over 4 guests.

    • Suggested items to bring with you

      Snacks, drinking water, appropriate clothing for the season, closed toed shoes, hats, sunglasses, wood bundles and all food and supplies for cooking over an open fire.

    • Check-in

      2 p.m.

    • Check-out

      11 a.m.

    • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

      Bookings are non-refundable.

    • Pet Policy

      Pets are not allowed at this property.

  • Location

    How Do I Get There?

    Located in the Navajo Nation, 12 miles south of Page, Arizona, HWY 89, 1/4 mile east Navajo RT 6211.

    View Google Maps

Insider Tips

  • Be prepared with torches and headlights during the night, or ask the hosts for some. No other light exists.