Luxury Cabin Tents in Pescadero Near San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California
Pescadero, California (United States)
- Tented Cabins
- 8 units
- 2 nights minimum stay
Description of Glamping Units
This site's distinctive tent bungalows come in four different configurations, which you'll find detailed below. Cypress and Outer Pine tent bungalows have a queen-sized bed and comfortably accommodate 1-2 guests. The Pine Village and Family bungalows accommodate 3 guests or more.
The bungalows have a wood or metal frame with waterproof canvas tent walls. They have electricity, sliding windows and a locking door. No two bungalows are exactly alike as they are placed throughout the property with a variety of views. Guests who experience these tent bungalows have three dedicated comfort stations to pick from with restrooms, indoor hot showers, heated concrete floors, a 24-hour dry sauna and an outdoor fireplace. The site's owners suggest packing flashlights to use in the evenings as the property is quite expansive and rural. You can find more details below.
Cypress Village: These beautiful tent bungalows have one four-poster queen-sized bed with bedding, electric lights, and a lockable doors and windows. You’ll also be provided with bathrobes, towels, personal care products, an alarm clock and a pair of Adirondack chairs. Additionally, you’ll have daily maid service and access to the outdoor hot tub and saunas. The rates for the Cypress Village tent bungalows are based on double occupancy, and an extra person charge would apply for additional guests.
Pine Village: Equipped with one double bed and one ten bed (both with bedding), this beautiful tent bungalow also comes with towels, electric lights, a lockable door and windows, an alarm clock and a pair of Adirondack chairs. The rates for the Pine Village tent bungalows are based on double occupancy, and an extra person charge would apply for additional guests. There is no maid service in these bungalows.
Outer Pine Village: These lovely tent bungalows come with one queen-sized bed, electric lights, lockable door and windows, towels, an alarm clock and a pair of Adirondack chairs. The rates for the Outer Pine Village tent bungalows are based on double occupancy, and an extra person charge would apply for additional guests. There is no maid service in these bungalows.
Family Bungalows: Finally, if you’ll be travelling with a bigger party, these bungalows might be the best choice. The Family Bungalows are a pairing of two bungalows placed next to each other and that can sleep up to six guests in total. One bungalow comes with a queen-sized bed with bedding, electric lights, a lockable door and windows, towels and an alarm clock. The second bungalow has two sets of bunk beds (which can sleep up to four people), but there are no bed linens included with them. Additionally, Family Bungalow tents come with a fire pit right in front of them. Keep in mind there are some times when the glamping site will not allow you to build fires, depending on weather conditions and/or wind. The rates for the Family Bungalows are based on double occupancy, and an extra person charge would apply for additional guests. There is no maid service in these bungalows.
None of the tent bungalows come with a bathroom. Instead, you will find Comfort Stations nearby which are specially designed bathroom facilities that come with a central courtyard with a fireplace, sauna, heated concrete floors, private indoor and outdoor showers, sinks, flush toilets and skylights.
Location + Surroundings
This beautiful glamping site, situated just an hour away from San Francisco and the Bay Area, offers many different options for accommodations. Whether you choose the cozy lodge or distinctive tent bungalows, there's a little something for everyone at this beautiful place.
If you’re worried about what to pack, consider bringing the following items to help you have a relaxing, enjoyable stay: Binoculars, a camera, sunscreen, sunglasses, a raincoat, an umbrella, flashlights, layered clothing, comfy shoes, long pants, heeled boots and gloves (if you’re thinking about horseback riding), slippers or flip-flops, mountain bikes and locks, cooking utensils, charcoal, lighter fluid, books and some good books.
If you’re staying in the Cypress Bungalow, you might also want to bring a bathing suit to wear in the outdoor hot tub or indoor sauna.
If you’re staying in the Outer Pine or Pine Village Tent Bungalows, consider bringing a bathing suit for the dry sauna, extra blankets for chilly nights and a cooler to keep perishables. (You’ll be able to buy ice at the General Store.)
And finally, if you’re staying in the Family Bungalow, think about brining sleeping bags, pillows, blankets (bedding is not provided for the twin beds), towels and an alarm clock.