Page is a central location for over 40 National Parks, National Recreation Areas, National Monuments and Tribal Parks. Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Point and the Navajo Nation are mere minutes away. Additionally, Page is centrally located to the Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, Havasu Falls, Canyon de Chelly, The Four Corners Monument, Sedona, Rainbow Bridge, The Wave, Vermillion Cliffs and The Grand Staircase.
Rules and Regulations
Check in after 4pm and check out by 11 am must be adhered to (please note that an early check-in and/or late check-out are usually available on request, provided no cleaning conflicts). Check out policies must be followed and are posted in the home.
No loud parties, or groups larger than 10 adults and 5 children will be allowed per City of Page regulations. Responsible Party may not assign any of Responsible Party’s rights under this agreement, or sublease the property.
Quiet time is 10 pm
The Primary Renter (Responsible Party) must be there throughout the rental period (no proxy rentals).
Pets are not permitted on the property.
Smoking is not permitted on the property.
Responsible Party shall be liable for damage to the property, except for normal wear and tear. Responsible Party shall inspect and notify the property manager of any existing damaged condition within two hours of occupancy.
Responsible Party shall use the property as a vacation home for Responsible Party’s family and/or guests. Responsible Party shall not use the property for a large event, wedding or reception, house party or otherwise. Responsible Party shall not commit any unlawful acts while in the property, including the use of illegal substances.
Responsible Party shall immediately notify Property Manager of the need for any such repairs or maintenance.
Owner or property manager may enter the property without notice in case of an emergency, for the protection or preservation of the property, or if Owner has a reasonable belief of a violation of the terms of this agreement. Owner, property manager, or other authorized person or contractor may enter the property (with reasonable notice to Responsible Party), to make necessary repairs, to supply agreed upon services, or for any reasonable purpose.
A full-time property manager (Mrs. Jennifer Greyeyes) is available 24 hours a day for repair requests, services or for notification or emergency purposes.
Owner shall not be liable for injury to Responsible Party, Responsible Party's family members, guests, invitees, or other persons entering the property at Responsible Party’s invitation or consent, and Responsible Party shall notify Owner from any such claims. Owner shall not be responsible for any condition created or caused by the negligent or wrongful act of Responsible Party, Responsible Party’s family, guest, invitee, or other person entering the property at Responsible Party’s invitation or consent.
Owner shall not be liable for any loss by reason of damage, theft, or otherwise, to the contents, belongings and/or personal effects of Responsible Party, Responsible Party's family, guests, invitees, or other persons entering the property at Responsible Party’s invitation or consent.
In the event Owner cannot deliver possession of the property to Responsible Party, due to an act of God, circumstances beyond Owner’s control and/or contemplation, or otherwise, Owner shall notify Responsible Party and refund all deposit and rental payment monies. Owner shall have no further liability. Responsible Party may personally inspect the property prior to tenancy.
In the event of loud parties where the police are called an additional fee of $290.00 will be charged (1 nightly rate).
The City of Page does not allow for you to park on the street; they do monitor this. NO PARKING ON THE STREET
We purchased our home in 2006 it was our ‘first home’ together. We no longer reside in Page, but come back often. When we lived in Page my husband worked for the Arizona Highway Patrol and a few years later he was transferred to another location. We love Lake Powell and we miss no longer be minutes away from the lake. Since leaving we have added two more members to our family and my husband now has his own business as an outfitter. My husband loves to fish, our kids love to swim and I love everything about Lake Powell. We still come to Page and enjoy the lake as often as we can. We wanted to share our love for the area with others and recently decided to join the Airbnb family. We have stayed at a few Airbnb's over the years and have learned what works and what does not work. We want this to be a place where families can gather and enjoy the numerous attractions the area has to offer.