233 Cypress

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233 Cypress Description


Southwestern Charm in Page Arizona

This attractive Southwestern themed Page home is minutes from Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, and Antelope Canyon. Enjoy your comfortable, quiet home minutes from the heart of Page with many restaurants and gift shops. Also close enough to the airport to walk where you can enjoy breathtaking scenic flights.

There is plenty of off-street parking, and the stucco fence makes this home fully private. Fully air-conditioned/heated home will be sure to keep you cool in the summer, warm in the winter, and completely comfortable for the months in between. Enjoy fast 1 gig internet and Wi-Fi. Fully stocked kitchen, including pots/pans, utensils, dishware, coffee maker with coffee and tea selections, toaster, microwave, family-friendly board games & puzzles.

Master has a King bed and private bath. The second bedroom has a Queen bed and a closet. The third bedroom has two Twin beds. In addition, a second couch in the living room is ready to be pulled out into a comfy double bed.

This home is in a neighborhood that was created 50 years ago when the dam, and the power plant, were being built and Page was bursting with industry. To facilitate the quick growth, areas of the city were designated with small house lots designed to accommodate mobile homes. Although many, like ours, are now replaced with updated and attractive modular homes, some older mobile homes remain. You will be able to find nicer neighborhoods than ours and you will pay more for them. This home is clean, safe, quiet, lovely, and as nice as any home in the area.
Guest access
There is parking in the front of the home that will fit up to three vehicles and a boat and another vehicle. Street parking is also available.

There is a small airport just a few blocks away. There are daytime flights but not so many that the sounds will adversely affect your stay. There is an airport beacon that sweeps the area during the night. We have installed blackout curtains in both bedrooms to eliminate the lights permeating the bedrooms while you sleep.
Other things to note

Although many people enjoy traveling with pets, our home is not set up well for them. And we do not have a yard or nearby area for pets to eliminate. Most importantly, we like to keep our homes pet free for those sensitive to pet dander. If you have a service animal, we suggest one of the many other Page accommodations that are well suited for your furry family members.

Please see our Guidebook for more information on what to see and where to eat.
Other than the amazing Lake Powell and iconic sites just minutes away (each ten to 30 minutes) you are just a few hours from Grand Canyon, Zions, Bryces, Monument Valley, and more.
We highly suggest booking your activities now. Area activities and equipment gets completely sold out May-October. We will send you specific info on pricing and availability after you book.
Make sure you stop at the Powell museum/ welcome center to get help and information on the many activities.
The two most visited and spectacular sights nearby are Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. Both of these are only 15-20 minutes from your vacation home. In addition, Glen Canyon Dam has amazing views of the canyon, lake, and dam, free videos, and is only 10 minutes away. Here is information on all three—

Horseshoe Bend
This iconic attraction is free to the public, but there is a $10 charge for parking. Tours are available if desired but really not necessary. The parking lot is 10 minutes away from your Page vacation home. Once parked, you must walk about half a mile on an easy but sandy and uphill trail to the overlook. This attraction gets very crowded and there may be lines to pass through the parking fee booth. Early hours offer spectacular viewing and fewer crowds.

Antelope Canyon
There is an upper and lower canyon, and each of these has its own unique beauty (and fee). The canyons are only a 20-minute drive from Page. Because Antelope Canyon is on the Indian Reservation. You can drive to the attraction entrance, but you can not enter Antelope Canyon without a native Navajo guide. Therefore, it is not only recommended to book a tour but absolutely necessary. You don't have to book a tour guide in advance, though it is highly recommended. You may want to work with one of the many companies that conduct these tours and provide transportation to and from the site.

Glen Canyon Dam
Tours are free. The hours are from 8 am -5 pm. There are videos throughout the day that are informational and enjoyable. You can also take the elevator down to the lower dam level. It is free and highly recommended.

Lake Powell
If you like recreational water activity, Lake Powell is truly amazing. The water is warm from June through early October and there are many accessible and even private beaches for swimming. You pay a National Park entrance fee as you enter the parking area. You can take a tour or you can rent a boat or wave runners for the day. Some tours are available year-round; even when the water is cold, the trip up and around the lake and its many canyons is well worth it.

Float the River
River tours start from Page, and reservations are recommended.

From the Air
Scenic flights are available, and the small private airport.
Other activities and points of interest that are driving distance from us and great for photography are :

Toadstools hike
25 miles from Page, Lookup Grand Canyon Trust, toadstools
Bryce's Canyon
A 2 ½ hour drive to the north.
Zion's National Park
Also a 2 ½ hour drive but southwest of Page, Search for Zions National Park.
Lee's Ferry
1 ½ hour half drive south from Page, Find info at, National Park Service -Lees Ferry

The Grand Canyon
One of the world's seven wonders, Find info on the National Park Service site, Grand Canyon. From Page, you can go to the North or South Rims.

Hiking
Hiking opportunities abound in this area of Arizona and Utah. And this is a once-in-a-lifetime scenic hike. Enter in these words to find out more, A Hike for the Bucket List: Paria Canyon
These hikes can be started at Lee's Ferry or Zion's.
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Southwestern Charm in Page Arizona

This attractive Southwestern themed Page home is minutes from Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, and Antelope Canyon. Enjoy your comfortable, quiet home minutes from the heart of Page with many restaurants and gift shops. Also close enough to the airport to walk where you can enjoy breathtaking scenic flights.

There is plenty of off-street parking, and the stucco fence makes this home fully private. Fully air-conditioned/heated home will be sure to keep you cool in the summer, warm in the winter, and completely comfortable for the months in between. Enjoy fast 1 gig internet and Wi-Fi. Fully stocked kitchen, including pots/pans, utensils, dishware, coffee maker with coffee and tea selections, toaster, microwave, family-friendly board games & puzzles.

Master has a King bed and private bath. The second bedroom has a Queen bed and a closet. The third bedroom has two Twin beds. In addition, a second couch in the living room is ready to be pulled out into a comfy double bed.

This home is in a neighborhood that was created 50 years ago when the dam, and the power plant, were being built and Page was bursting with industry. To facilitate the quick growth, areas of the city were designated with small house lots designed to accommodate mobile homes. Although many, like ours, are now replaced with updated and attractive modular homes, some older mobile homes remain. You will be able to find nicer neighborhoods than ours and you will pay more for them. This home is clean, safe, quiet, lovely, and as nice as any home in the area.
Guest access
There is parking in the front of the home that will fit up to three vehicles and a boat and another vehicle. Street parking is also available.

There is a small airport just a few blocks away. There are daytime flights but not so many that the sounds will adversely affect your stay. There is an airport beacon that sweeps the area during the night. We have installed blackout curtains in both bedrooms to eliminate the lights permeating the bedrooms while you sleep.
Other things to note

Although many people enjoy traveling with pets, our home is not set up well for them. And we do not have a yard or nearby area for pets to eliminate. Most importantly, we like to keep our homes pet free for those sensitive to pet dander. If you have a service animal, we suggest one of the many other Page accommodations that are well suited for your furry family members.

Please see our Guidebook for more information on what to see and where to eat.
Other than the amazing Lake Powell and iconic sites just minutes away (each ten to 30 minutes) you are just a few hours from Grand Canyon, Zions, Bryces, Monument Valley, and more.
We highly suggest booking your activities now. Area activities and equipment gets completely sold out May-October. We will send you specific info on pricing and availability after you book.
Make sure you stop at the Powell museum/ welcome center to get help and information on the many activities.
The two most visited and spectacular sights nearby are Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. Both of these are only 15-20 minutes from your vacation home. In addition, Glen Canyon Dam has amazing views of the canyon, lake, and dam, free videos, and is only 10 minutes away. Here is information on all three—

Horseshoe Bend
This iconic attraction is free to the public, but there is a $10 charge for parking. Tours are available if desired but really not necessary. The parking lot is 10 minutes away from your Page vacation home. Once parked, you must walk about half a mile on an easy but sandy and uphill trail to the overlook. This attraction gets very crowded and there may be lines to pass through the parking fee booth. Early hours offer spectacular viewing and fewer crowds.

Antelope Canyon
There is an upper and lower canyon, and each of these has its own unique beauty (and fee). The canyons are only a 20-minute drive from Page. Because Antelope Canyon is on the Indian Reservation. You can drive to the attraction entrance, but you can not enter Antelope Canyon without a native Navajo guide. Therefore, it is not only recommended to book a tour but absolutely necessary. You don't have to book a tour guide in advance, though it is highly recommended. You may want to work with one of the many companies that conduct these tours and provide transportation to and from the site.

Glen Canyon Dam
Tours are free. The hours are from 8 am -5 pm. There are videos throughout the day that are informational and enjoyable. You can also take the elevator down to the lower dam level. It is free and highly recommended.

Lake Powell
If you like recreational water activity, Lake Powell is truly amazing. The water is warm from June through early October and there are many accessible and even private beaches for swimming. You pay a National Park entrance fee as you enter the parking area. You can take a tour or you can rent a boat or wave runners for the day. Some tours are available year-round; even when the water is cold, the trip up and around the lake and its many canyons is well worth it.

Float the River
River tours start from Page, and reservations are recommended.

From the Air
Scenic flights are available, and the small private airport.
Other activities and points of interest that are driving distance from us and great for photography are :

Toadstools hike
25 miles from Page, Lookup Grand Canyon Trust, toadstools
Bryce's Canyon
A 2 ½ hour drive to the north.
Zion's National Park
Also a 2 ½ hour drive but southwest of Page, Search for Zions National Park.
Lee's Ferry
1 ½ hour half drive south from Page, Find info at, National Park Service -Lees Ferry

The Grand Canyon
One of the world's seven wonders, Find info on the National Park Service site, Grand Canyon. From Page, you can go to the North or South Rims.

Hiking
Hiking opportunities abound in this area of Arizona and Utah. And this is a once-in-a-lifetime scenic hike. Enter in these words to find out more, A Hike for the Bucket List: Paria Canyon
These hikes can be started at Lee's Ferry or Zion's.
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