Eclectic and Beautiful Desert Cabin Rental with National Park Views in Joshua TreeJoshua Tree, California (United States)
Eclectic and Beautiful Desert Cabin Rental with National Park Views in Joshua Tree
"We loved staying at Miriam's place. It's the perfect location from which to explore Joshua Tree National Park. What we loved about the house: Outdo…"
This eclectic and beautiful desert cabin rental next to Joshua Tree National Park can accommodate two guests and features one bedroom with a king-size bed with a memory foam mattress, as well luxurious linens and blankets, fluffy pillows, and thick down comforters. The full bathroom comes with both a bathtub and a shower. (Please note: This rental is best suited for one person or a couple, but should friends arrive for a sleepover, extra bedding and beds are stashed in the closet.)
This 980-square-foot desert cabin features an open and airy floor plan, large windows, concrete floors, exposed beam ceilings, and a high level of privacy. Not only just for vacations, this luxury rental is an ideal place for artists and creative folk alike to come and practice their craft in utter peace and quiet without the distractions of the big city.
In the fully equipped kitchen, guests will find good cookware and inspiring cookbooks, as well as an assortment of oils, spices, coffee, teas, and other kitchen staples. The kitchen also comes with new kitchen appliance, such as a refrigerator and an electric stove and oven, an espresso machine, pots and pans, a blender, a food processor, a microwave, and utensils.
To keep warm in the cooler months or on cooler nights, glampers will appreciate the wood-burning stove and portable heaters; meanwhile, in summer, the evaporative air conditioning will keep the accommodation plenty cool to help guests beat the heat. Other amenities at this cabin include cable TV, a Bose sound dock, Wi-Fi, an assortment of CDs and DVDs, and a washer and dryer.
Outside, there is a patio with a Weber barbecue; a large outdoor fire pit; a private, oval-shaped Belize II hot tub and a roomy, secure double garage for storage, parking, and/or tinkering around. Glampers will also like the Xeric garden this property has, which includes a sampling of yuccas, agaves, acacias, and various cacti from deserts around the world.
This ideal rental in Joshua Tree features a number of incredible amenities including a private garage, ample closet space in which guests can store their belongings, a bathtub, a wood-burning stove, evaporative air conditioning throughout the rental, portable heaters, a large outdoor fire pit, a Weber barbecue, a washer and dryer, free Internet, satellite TV, a DVD and CD player, a fully equipped kitchen, and luxurious linens and beds.
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Cooking basics
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Check out: 11:00 AM
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
A rental agreement, including dates, costs, and check-out times, and a copy of paying guest's driver's will be requested prior to finalizing reservation.
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Location and surroundings
Joshua Tree, California (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
Based on the accommodation's proximity to Joshua Tree National Park, guests will have no shortage of outdoor activities and adventures available to them here, including hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, wildflower viewing, birdwatching, stargazing, mountain biking, and horseback riding, to name but a few. Two other popular attractions close to this glamping rental include 49 Palms Oasis and Indian Cove, particularly a favorite among rock climbers.
What's more, the surrounding area caters to a wide range of interests: athletic (world class rock climbing and trail running in addition to hiking and horseback riding for all levels); musical (clubs and outdoor festivals); artistic (endless photo ops, both scenic and ironic); consumer (shopping from junking to better mid-century furnishings, cowboy stores, designer outlet malls, and a couple of fantastic nurseries); culinary (weekly farmer’s market, two health food stores, and a wonderfully edited gourmet shop all supplement the standard grocery fare), mystic (retreats, drumming circles, Buddhist Temple and at least one UFO vortex); and cultural (earnest live theater and friendly art galleries).