Seventh Heaven / Coyote Run 2BR Luxurious Home on Moab Golf Course
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- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Moab house description
This Coyote Run house is one of just sixteen detached homes in the most exclusive high end development around Moab's 18 hole golf course. This is far and away the best place to stay while you are here exploring the myriad wonders of our spectacular high desert canyons. Wonders abound for all to see, but there is no better place to return home after the day's adventure than our peaceful, secluded refuge, where you can kick back and enjoy a soak in the privacy of your very own hot tub.
In real estate, location is everything, and ours is the perfect location. Sitting alongside the ninth fairway of one of the most beautiful golf courses in Utah, Coyote Run is the only project along the southwest side of the course, and shares this East Bench neighborhood with a handful of homes and ranches that have been here for generations. East Bench Road is the end of the road, since it is not a through street, and the only traffic you see are UPS trucks from time to time, and the few people who live here.
Moab is nestled in a sort of basin surrounded by red sandstone cliffs, fins and hoodoos (that's really a word). The most prominent feature is the Moab Rim to the west that frames that side of the valley going south,.. but not to be outdone, the east side of the valley stacks up over redrock and layers rising up to a collection of 12,000 ft. peaks of the La Sal Mountains. Coyote Run is near enough to town (Moab is just 10 minutes by car), but it is as far from the madding crowd as you can conveniently be. Wherever you stay, you will still be using a car to get around and to explore Moab's environs, because while there are innumerable canyons and mesas and mountains, National parks and Monuments, State Parks, BLM lands, National Forests, Colorado and Green Rivers, etc in every direction and nearby, the scale of it all is such that you need to do a little driving to get to trailheads and interact with the surround. At Coyote Run, you have the convenience of being close to town and restaurants, with the 'back of beyond' literally at your back door.
There are lots of places to stay in Moab, but few are as private and secluded. We are 4 miles south of town on the EAST side of the valley, away from the hubbub in town, and in an area that is markedly different from everything near the noisy, commercial, highway corridor on the WEST side of the valley.
Coyote Run is the best location for a quiet place to stay. You can take the dog for a walk on our country lane, or walk through the gate on our back patio and skirt the edge of the golf course to walk up into the red rock wilderness above us. The more adventurous can scramble on into the rimrock and access 'Johnson's Up On Top' mesa. Access to Steel Bender Trail and Mill Creek Canyon are just up the road through the neighborhood on the other side of the golf course, so our little part of the valley is as close as you can get to the magic you come here for, and one of the only places you can simply walk into it a step at a time. The Coyote run houses themselves are also the finest.
Our 'Seventh Heaven' is a spacious two bedroom, two and a half bath, detached ranch style home, with a loft area the size of a third bedroom. It is luxuriously furnished and well appointed with all the modern conveniences. There is a spacious two car garage, and a bit of a driveway, but no curbside parking in our quiet little cul de sac. (However, there is room to park larger vehicles and trailers along East Bench Rd next to us.) A large fenced patio wraps around one side and back of the house with picnic table, barbq grill and hot tub. The common areas are roomy, the dining table seats eight. We don't have a swimming pool at Coyote Run, but the private hot tub on our back patio can be enjoyed in the peace and quiet of your own space, any time of year. This is a VERY nice hot tub with jets that will pummel you in ways you never imagined. We will turn the temperature down to pool temps in the summer, so you can enjoy it as a cold plunge. No swimming pool at Coyote Run, but Moab recently completed an Aquatic Center in the middle of town, and there are watering holes in nearby Mill Creek.
The downstairs at Seventh Heaven has a queen bedroom with private upscale full bathroom (tub AND shower stall) with his and hers sinks, and a half bath (powder room) for everyone to use during the day. Upstairs has a large bedroom with a queen bed at one end and a futon (full) at the other, and another full bathroom (walk-in shower) with his and hers sinks. That bathroom has another door opening into the loft area, so if a third couple is using the sofa bed in the loft, you'll have to share that upstairs bathroom. Two couples are the ideal numbers, if your budget allows, but the house is roomy enough and laid out in a way that sleeps six with privacy for all. With kids in the mix, and using the futon in the upstairs bedroom, there are beds enough (with two people in each) to sleep a maximum of eight,.. but it would be at the expense of some of that privacy(sleeping). The house and the property are roomy enough for eight, but the sleeping arrangements would be more challenging.
If you need more than one Coyote Run house for your family gathering, here's a link to our friends Beth and Mark's place. Their 3BR sleeps eight more easily. http://www.vrbo.com/67638
We understand that dogs are are members of the family, so you can bring up to two along with you. The rate is $15/night per dog (or $70/week). There is also a $200 pet deposit for each, though we won't run the amount on your card, it's just so you know (in case of chew damage, extra carpet cleaning and such).
- 2 story
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
The rate is $15/night per dog (or $70/week). There is also a $200 pet deposit for each, though we won't run the amount on your card, it's just so you know (in case of chew damage, extra carpet cleaning and such)....moreless
- Children Welcome
- Limited Accessibility
- Non Smoking Only
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8, Beds for 6-8
- The downstairs has a king bedroom with private bathroom (bathtub AND walk-in shower stall), and a half bath (powder room) for everyone to use during the day. Upstairs is a large bedroom with a queen bed at one end and a full size futon at the other, and an another full bathroom (shower only) with his and hers sinks. That bathroom has another door opening into the loft area, so if a third couple is using the queen sofa bed in the loft, you'll have to share that upstairs bathroom....moreless
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms, 1 Half Bathroom
Kitchen & Dining
- Dining Area Seats:
- Dishes & Utensils
- Coffee Maker
- Pantry Items
- Ice Maker
- Child's Highchair
- Linens Provided
- Air Conditioning
- Iron & Board
- Hair Dryer
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Towels Provided
- We have a Playyard and high chair available upon request.
- Satellite / Cable
- DVD Player
Pool & Spa
- Hot Tub
- Tourist Attractions
- Sports & Activities
- Away From It All
Location & View
- Cross Country Skiing
- Equestrian Events
- Rock Climbing
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Fitness Center
- Freshwater Fishing
- Hunting Small Game
- Hunting Big Game
- Mountain Climbing
- Whitewater Rafting
- Mountain Biking
- Winery Tours
- Eco Tourism
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Water Parks
- Recreation Center
- Medical Services
- Massage Therapist
- Wildlife Viewing
- Sight Seeing
- Scenic Drives
- Horseback Riding
- Bird Watching
- Wilderness abounds, but Moab is happening too,.. with restaurants that run the gamut from cowboy diners to fine dining, coffee houses, breweries, museums, art galleries, crafts & collectibles, cross country skiing, community pool, community parks, skate park, best small town library in the USA, supermarkets and natural food stores (but no Walmart or other super stores within a hundred miles), and a roster of seasonal events (world class music festival, folk festival, jeep safari, art walks, antique car rally, rodeo, rock & gem show, foot races, bike races and more). There is horseback riding at Red Cliffs and Sorrel River Ranch on the Colorado River, and outfitters of every type,.. for rafting, hiking, climbing, backpacking, four wheeling, biking, golfing, skiing, ballooning or sky diving. Extreme sportsmen are drawn to the extreme environment and terrain, but this high desert canyon country beckons to all ages with it's many hidden treasures. Shamanic art and cultural antiquities are everywhere, leftover from ancient Puebloan cultures who were as many people as live in the area today. Literally billions of years of geologic strata yield rocks and minerals, petrified wood, dinosaur bones, marine fossils, and a wealth of geologic history and varied formations deposited and transformed during times of ancient seas, desert dunes, and mountain building. Challenges abound for every level of the explorer and adventurer in us. ...moreless
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Marvolous Moab rental!
Marvolous Moab rental!
Wow! What a great house rental - very spacious and airy just like the photos and everything was spotlessly clean when we arrived. The house is very well appointed making our stay in Moab quite comfortable. This is truly is an ideal rental to return to after a full day of hiking and exploring. Plus, the house is very well situated just on the outskirts of Moab, avoiding the touristy and noisier parts of town. And the views from the house are amazing! I also have to rave about Rob and Lisa whom provided a wealth of information about the area and never tired of answering my endless questions before our trip (thank you!). They are fabulous hosts in every sense. I highly recommend Seventh Heaven rental - it is a terrific place to stay with a family while exploring all the Moab area has to offer. Would not hesitate to stay here again the next time we are lucky enough to be back in Moab. Truly a magical part of the world not to be missed!
- Guest Karolyn S. (Brooklyn, NY)
- Date of stay 08/28/13
- Review Submitted 09/18/13
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, people with disabilities, sightseeing, age 55+, families with young children, girls getaway.
Great place for our family!
Great place for our family!
Rob/Lisa - Thank you so much for providing a lovely home base for our family of 5 (kids ages 12, 10, 7). You were so attentive to all the details. We loved that everything was beyond sparkling clean, organized, labeled and fabulously inviting. This little neighborhood on the Golf Course is picture perfect and coming home to the hot tub and viewing the stars at night made it so hard to return home to Chicago! This was our first time to Moab and we cannot wait to return. Having the garage to park our car, the backyard, the space and the simple fact it was a well stocked kitchen (ample pots, pans etc) was also a bonus. We used Seventh Heaven as a launching spot for day trips all over the area. The Twisted Sista Cafe was a good recommendation. As a family that travels all over the world with our 3 children we could not have picked a better place to land while exploring this gorgeous part of the country. Thank you - Ann and John
- Guest Ann and John Turner (Chicago, Illinois)
- Date of stay 08/06/13
- Review Submitted 09/05/13
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, adventure seekers, sightseeing, age 55+, families with young children, pet owners, girls getaway.
A fantastic place
A fantastic place
The townhouse is everything you'd expect - and more. The place is clean and well furnished, and has an amazing kitchen. We loved the second floor loft and the porch overlooking the golf course and nearby rock formations. The owner was very helpful and provided some great recommendations for nearby hikes. We definitely want to stay here again the next time we come to Moab.
- Guest Biking and Hiking (Colorado)
- Date of stay 06/03/13
- Review Submitted 06/14/13
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, adventure seekers.
Not only is everything the owner has written true, this home had everything we needed to make our stay in Moab a fabulous introduction to an incredible area. We are long time VRBO renters, and found what we love about being in a home instead of a hotel room here---a well appointed kitchen, including staples and storage items; comfortable beds and linens; books on local attractions and hikes, the owners' restaurant recommendations, and immediate responsiveness when an issue came up with the water heater! And all the lamps had bulbs bright enough to read by--not always the case. The house is well designed,and would serve two couples very well, as both bedrooms and bathrooms are large and well appointed, and on separate floors, give great privacy. The eight people it sleeps can also work easily, with a large upstairs loft easily handling two willing to sleep on the sleeper sofa, and the futon in the upstairs bedroom--which is huge---taking the other two. The hot tub was a big plus after a day on bikes or scrambling over rocks.
- Guest Lee (Charlotte, NC)
- Date of stay 04/21/13
- Review Submitted 04/29/13
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, sightseeing, age 55+, families with young children, girls getaway.
Mar-June,Sep,Oct & holidays: Sun-Thurs: $250/night, Fri,Sat: $300/night, $1700/wk Summer (Jul-Aug,Nov): Sun-Thurs: $220/night, Fri,Sat: $270/Night, $1500/wk Winter (Dec,Jan,Feb): Sun-Thurs: $200/night, Fri,Sat: $250/Night, $1200/wk Easter Jeep Safari: Sun-Thurs: $300/night, Fri,Sat: $400/night, $2200/week NO Cleaning Fee for Three or More Nights Minimum 2 night stay / Dogs okay / No Smoking Pets: $15/night per each dog; $200 deposit(refundable) TRTax: 10.2%
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- Nearest Airport: Canyonlands Field at 20 Miles
- Nearest Train: Green River junction at 50 Miles
- Nearest Motorway: Hwy 191 at 1.5 Miles
- Nearest Ski: La Sal Mts. at 8 Miles
- Nearest Golf: Moab Golf Course at Moab
- Nearest Restaurant: Branding Iron at 1 Miles
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local fauna with Coyote Run mascot
front entry from doorway
living room area with patio views
living room area
upstairs queen bedroom with view of extra futon
upstairs queen bedroom's bathroom (w/shower and extra door to loft area)
side patio area w/ picnic table
east views from patio
walk from the patio
part of Moab's 18 hole golf course
Mill Creek Canyon watering hole (nearby)
local Collared Lizard
kitchen/dining areas with loft above (view from living room)
downstairs king bedroom with full bathtub and separate shower (private)
upstairs queen bedroom (with extra futon, not seen)
loft area with pull out sofa bed and upper deck (out of view)
hot tub and patio area
East Bench neighborhood (view from Coyote Run)
views of Coyote Run from locale of nearby golf course fire
Steel Bender Trail access to Mill Creek Canyon
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