Grand Junction, Colorado, continues to impress as more and more Airbnb rentals are made available in the Grand Valley. From small cabins on top of the Colorado National Monument to Kokopelli headquarters perfect for mountain bike enthusiasts.

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Lately, several larger houses have been made available in the area allowing for a larger number of guests who want to stay together but without hosting a frat party. Today, we're taking a closer look at a beautiful property that would be perfect for a larger family wanting to enjoy a stay under the same roof in Grand Junction.

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Question Mark Hill Airbnb

If you know where Question Mark Hill is located in the Redlands, this Airbnb would be located at the dot below the question mark. It's hosted by Evolve and has been given a 4.85 rating out of 5 by more than a dozen guests. The rental includes the entire 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home with room for up to 10 guests.

Near Hiking and Biking Trails

Question Mark Hill in the Redlands is within walking distance of the Monument Canyon Trailhead. You'll be able to enjoy views of the Colorado National Monument from the covered patio area on the second floor, and the view to the North allows you to see across the valley at the Bookcliffs and the Grand Mesa.

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The View from the Courtyard

Keep scrolling into the photo gallery below to check out this beautiful home with a European-style courtyard with a great view of Grand Junction. You don't have to have ten guests in your party to stay here, but if you do, it's an incredibly affordable stay.

Colorado Airbnb with Stunning Courtyard Views in Grand Junction

Not many Airbnb rental homes include the entire property with room for ten guests. Wait till you see the open-space courtyard and BBQ area. Keep scrolling to check out this perfectly manicured property in Grand Junction.

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

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Gallery Credit: Wes Adams

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