About this listing
Please note: We are a TRUE Bed and Breakfast! Not just a room inside a house.
The $30 GCNP entrance pass, separate purchase at gate, is good for the whole week so, consider staying more than a night. The park pass is also good for the North Rim too.
Note: The "SkyWalk" it NOT part of the South Rim~which is where we are. Use your favorite search engine for further info on SkyWalk.
Now, that being said, here we go..!
HAPPY HAPPY JOY JOY is a European styled B&B and the CLOSEST B&B to the GRAND CANYONS SOUTH RIM! We're only 20 minutes away from the GCNP entrance gates! Stays over $159 include breakfast. (See below for specifics.) We have 20 acres of peace, quiet and serenity with super-easy and DIRECT ACCESS on/off AZ HWY 64 (to Grand Canyon) with free parking right out in front!
A water feature out back draws elk, deer, pronghorn sheep (aka antelope), various raptors, songbirds, hummingbirds, bunnies, coyotes and native wildlife too various to mention. We are a Certified Wildlife Habitat with the National Wildlife Federation.
Also, you can actually see stars and the Milky Way horizon-to-horizon, especially on new moon nights! However, full-moon nights are something to experience too. These are just a few special qualities you'll experience here, oh-so-close, to the Grand Canyon.
Before we get started, please note: Rooms accommodate TWO persons ONLY.
Offered is The HUMMINGBIRD ROOM. After a big day at the Grand Canyon, there is a queen super-pillowtop bed for your comfy-cozy visit to dreamy-dreamland. There is a SHARED full-bath w/the Pilot Room. If calendar shows booked, and you'd really like to stay with us, drop me an line/inquiry and I may be able to help.
As there has been a bit of confusion and I don't want anyone disappointed, PLEASE, NOTE: Any rate less than $159 include coffee/tea and homemade banana bread (not our standard breakfasts listed below).
-Overnight stay includes our packed "to-go" SOUTH RIM BREAKFAST PICNIC.
-Two nights includes our South Rim Breakfast Picnic and our leisurely, sit-down YUMMY-FOR-YOUR-TUMMY southwestern style breakfast. Or if you're really on the move and don't have time for a leisurely breakfast (served between 8:30a-9a, the Picnic is available both mornings.
-A three nights retreat includes two picnics and a sit-down. Or three picnics if you'd like.
-Four+ nights...let's talk!
Our South Rim Breakfast Picnic is fab for a sunrise breakfast on The Rim or to take along if you hit the road early.
Our Yummy-for-Your-Tummy breakfast can be taken out back under the umbrellas where you can enjoy the wide-open spaces and various birds (especially hummingbirds in spring/summer-though numbers start to dwindle by mid-Sept). Who knows, maybe an elk or coyote might trot by. Either is a lovely way to start the day.
Again, OFF-SEASON RATES LESS THAN $159 INCLUDES COFFEE/TEA or JUICE AND HOMEMADE BANANA BREAD. If your rate is less than standard and would like full-breakfasts let me know as there are ways to handle this..
We are flexible up here Grand Canyon way. So, please, if you have further questions or special requests send them on over and let's see what can be done. Look forward to talking w/you soon.
Let it be known pets on property. So, if you have allergies bring along proper medication, if needed, or an aversion to pet hair, please do not stay with us.
Cookie-Monster, our large medium-sized lab mix is a work in progress (a rescue w/diminishing trust issues thanks to the kindness of previous guests). She has two cats. LoverBoy and Razzle-Dazzle. LB was born under the house (feral). RD is no longer a visitor but permanent addition to the HHJJ crew. He loves people, will head-butt you and purr loudy. Don't be surprised if he comes visit you in your room so, keep door shut if you don't want a kitty visit.
Rates are subject to change until you are a confirmed guest.
Guests are welcome in the common areas and will get a quick walk-through the "Rainbow" house.
The county restricts kitchen use! However, using the microwave and putting a few things in the fridge are okay with me.
Interaction with Guests
This is my home so will, more often than not, be around to answer any questions and give a point in the right direction, if needed.
All peeps are welcome to use the common areas and grounds.
20 acres of wide open-space in sparse juniper~pinion pine countryside.
There is no public transportation in the area. Once inside Grand Canyon National Park, there is free shuttle service.
Also, bike rentals are available around the Visitor Center.
Other Things to Note
There is very limited cell/internet service in the area. You can try using your cell as a hotspot (URL HIDDEN) all depends on your carrier. I do not have the breakdown on providers in the area
Good thing... There are several wi-fi connections available in Tusayan (not sure about The Canyon).
I am soooo sorry for this inconvenience!! It's one of the prices we pay for being out in the middle-of-now here. THANK YOU for you understanding on this matter!!
Sorry, grumpy people not allowed.
It is imperative to SAVE somewhere easily accessible withOUT electronic help the SPECIFIC DIRECTIONS here!! They're in your Airbnb Itinerary. If you peruse some of the reviews you will understand why this is so important. I used to go into all the reasons but hardly anyone reads them. So, that your stay here is smooth and stress-free (remember you're going to be out in the middle-of-nowhere) do us both a service and SAVE! Trust me, you'll be HAPPY~JOY you did!!! You may also be able to find us in mapping programs...Happy Happy Joy Joy B&B.
Some flexibility on check-in/out times. Mandatory 48 hour advance noticed required! Email/text/call-if no answer, leave voice msg for specific request.
Let me share my little piece of heaven/paradise with you!
It's all about Relax, Retreat, Regroup up here near one of the most beautiful, spiritual & inspiring places on Earth.
Know the area well. For two years, when a teenager, worked in Reservations at the General Offices inside The Park. Graduated from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff (NAU). After graduating, taught at Tuba City Jr High on the Navajo Reservation. In Phoenix, played radio for 15 yrs (Why work for a living when you can play radio?) It turned into a job so, was time for me to go. Returned to the Grand Canyon area and, oh my goodness, have been back for 13 (or is it 14) years.