Bluff Gardens Cabins is truly a diamond in the rough. It is located in a terrific place, which makes exploring Mexican Hat, Monument Valley, the Valley of the Gods, Goosenecks State Park, and the Canyon of the Ancients very easy to do.
Each of the cabins is spacious, modern, and well-appointed with every modern convenience you're accustomed to having around. There's a very clean kitchen, full-sized refrigerator, and all kinds of cooking pans, plates, and utensils.
What's also nice is that you're provided six K-cups of coffee and all kinds of herbal teas, English teas, and a basket of other nice drinks and snacks.
If you're our treking, you're going to get some of the red dust on your shoes and legs, and Bluff Gardens Cabins even supplies a bundle of wash cloths specifically meant to be used to clean your shoes and boots.
The only thing I found a bit challenging is using the television. It's streaming TV, so the method for accessing channels and watching your favorite programs is different for those who aren't well-versed in the use of streaming technology. I think the instructions could be clarified a bit to prevent any confusion that might frustrate visitors who find them difficult.
But, TV watching isn't big on the list of things to do in Bluff. It's nice to sit on the back porch in the comfortable chairs provided and look out at the surrounding canyons. Then, when darkness falls, the sky lights up with the stars that saturate the night sky. Terrific place to stay!