Luxury Cabin Getaway with Hot Tub in San Jacinto Mountains, CaliforniaIdyllwild, California (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This impressive cabin is nestled in the heart of the San Jacinto Mountains in Southern California and offers ample space and luxurious amenities for up to four guests and two dogs. Among its most elegant features include the high wooden-beamed ceilings, the stone-faced fireplace that occupies an entire wall in the spacious living room, the luxury hot tub on the deck overlooking the tranquil pine trees, and the modern, fully equipped kitchen, which is sure to inspire guests who love to cook. The main floor has an open concept, with the living area leading into the kitchen and dining space.
Just off the kitchen, a stunning full bathroom has unique floor tiles and a jetted tub and shower combo. Guests can choose to sleep in the large downstairs master suite, which boasts a king-size bed, a wood-burning stove, a comfy sofa, and a full ensuite bathroom, or in the upstairs suite, which has a queen-size bed and an ensuite half bath. Glampers will feel like a million bucks during their stay at this stunning cabin in the pine woods of Idyllwild. Read More
- DVD player
- Internet connection
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Private hot tub
- Radio/Stereo system
- Towels provided
- Wood burning stove
Equipped with a luxurious outdoor hot tub on the cabin’s deck perched among the treetops, guests will feel like royalty here in beautiful Idyllwild, California. A jetted tub allows for glampers to unwind indoors on rainy days or after a long day of exploration. Guests can also take advantage of the cabin’s entertainment options including Wi-Fi, cable television, a DVD player, and a stereo.
- BBQ grill
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
- TV room
Guests can bring up to two dogs with them to this dog-friendly cabin for a small nightly fee.
In order to access the cabin during the winter months, guests may need to have four-wheel drive.
There is a minimum renting age of 21.
Location + Surroundings
Nestled among the towering pines, sweet cedars, and rock formations in the heart of California’s San Jacinto Mountains, this glamping site allows guests to feel secluded and get away while also being close to the town of Idyllwild with its shops and dining options. This area is known for its beautiful forests, endless hiking trails, rock climbing possibilities, and overall tranquil vibe. Although a region that attracts many tourists, Idyllwild maintains a quiet and natural environment with small town charm. Places of interest include Lakes Hemet and Fulmor, Tahquitz Rock, and part of the 2,600-mile Pacific Crest Trail. Located about two hours away from both San Diego and Los Angeles, this is the perfect location to escape the city life for a few days and experience the natural beauty of Idyllwild, California. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
- Bird watching
- Music festivals
- Wildlife viewing
- Wine tasting
While guests can find everything from spas to wineries here in beautiful Idyllwild, California, the main draw to this area is its plethora of outdoor adventures. Glampers won’t want to miss out on all that this slice of Southern California has to offer. Every day can be filled with activities such as hiking the infinite trails in Mount San Jacinto State Park, visiting Idyllwild Park for walking and fishing, taking the Palm Springs Tramway to the San Jacinto summit for impressive dessert views, or climbing the area’s famous boulders like the Tahquitz and Suicide Rocks. Guests can take a guided bike tour or rent bikes to venture out and explore the nearby mountain trails on their own. The nearby lakes, Hemet and Fulmore, offer tranquil fishing spots, while the Idyllwild Nature Center provides a great option for glampers with kiddos. To wind down after a long day of excitement, guests can try local wines at Middle Ridge Winery, sit down for a delicious meal in downtown Idyllwild, or watch some live jazz music during Idyllwild’s annual Jazz in the Pines Festival.