Magical. Mystical. Mesmerizing!
Ravens Retreat is Moab's most unique and favorite vacation rental. It is truly a one-of-a-kind place. The roomy house, built by a stone mason, is situated by a creek on an acre of land with large trees providing cool summer shade. The land was once inhabited by Native American Indians and has a sacred, peaceful feel to it.
From the moment you drive down the private lane and set your sights on Ravens Retreat, you'll feel a sense of harmony and serenity envelop your soul. Very private, yet close to town, Ravens Retreat has a hot tub on the patio by the creek, with a barbecue and picnic table nearby. The house itself is beautifully, yet comfortably, decorated and easily sleeps eight people. It has a fully equipped kitchen and high-speed internet for those who want to break the spell.
Ravens Retreat is perfect for groups, families, couples, or individuals wanting a retreat. It has plenty of parking, and it is also pet friendly. A music and literature library awaits, and an art studio is available upon request.
The house is owned by a nationally and internationally acclaimed photographic artist whose work is displayed throughout the house.
Keywords: Private home, Large Yard, Hot Tub, Patio, Private, Pet Friendly, Spacious
Internationally recognized photographer. Psychologist and Principal of Soulworks Retreat, www.soulworksretreat.com
I've traveled all over the Southwestern U.S. over the past 20 years, indulging my love of hiking and my second career as a photographic artist. When I returned to Moab in 2007, I knew that it was no longer a place I just wanted to visit. When fate brought me to this incredible stone house by a creek, I knew I had to make it mine. My Australian Shepherds couldn't agree more. One of these days we hope to spend a lot more time at Ravens Retreat!
Four-car garage. Mountain biking capital of the world! Rafting, kayaking, and moontlight cruises on the Colorado River. Great scenic hiking. All kinds of restaurants. Gift stores with high quality art and merchandise.
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