Cottage Rental with Private Hot Tub on Organic Farm near Fallbrook in San Diego County, California
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- Private Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
There is one full bathroom in the cottage, which is an ensuite bathroom in the bedroom, so all guests will have to pass through the bedroom to use the bathroom. Throughout the rest of the cottage, guests will find a compact, yet fully-equipped, kitchen and a living room with a flat-screen television (no cable) and a DVD collection. Breakfast items, snacks, and chilled bottled water are provided in the kitchen. Other amenities include great Wi-Fi—perfect for streaming Netflix.
Outside, there is a private patio garden with an outdoor dining area and a private hot tub for guests to enjoy. Under the trees that are adjacent to the cottage, there is parking for one vehicle. Guests should note that they're in walking distance to Roadrunner Winery, right in the middle of Temecula's Wine Country, and next to the wine-growing community of Fallbrook.
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Running water
- Hot water
- Cell service
- 1 Bathroom
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Private Kitchen
- Outdoor furniture
- 1 Sofa bed
- Linens and pillows
- Dining table
- Movie library
- Cooking basics
- Tea kettle
- BR/DVD player
- Air conditioning
- Private Jacuzzi/Hot tub
The host generously stocks the accommodation with breakfast items, including the farm's own chickens' eggs.
- Front desk service
Location + Surroundings
- Feeding animals
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
Guests can come to relax, soak in a private hot tub, and enjoy the night sky, or even to learn a few things! The farm offers cheesemaking and butter classes, jam and canning classes, and for guests of all ages; the popular hand-churned ice cream activity.
Bird watching, interacting with the friendly miniature Nigerian goats, and the treat-loving alpacas Dusty and Silverado, are just some of the many activities available for visitors during their stay at this glamping site. All the hooved livestock appreciate a granola bar or other crunchy treat; especially Carl the criminal. The gentle miniature Nigerian goats will eat almost anything and Carl the criminal has sworn off stealing from guests but does appreciate Saltine crackers, which is his current favorite nibble.
Guests can bring bicycles and enjoy the many miles of dirt roads. Also, they can walk the farm’s main road which winds through fruiting groves including macadamia, avocado, mulberry, limes, and kumquats. Many guests come for such a short visit they just want to soak up the quiet beauty of this magical spot.
The local farmers’ market is on Saturday and is 15 minutes away in Old Town Temecula, which is a destination in itself. The surrounding area has a number of vineyards eager to showcase their wines. Hot air ballooning is also a local wine country favorite.
The hosts send a comprehensive food shopping map as well as their signature activity guides with every booking confirmation. There is so much to do in and around the area for a fun and exciting, yet relaxing getaway.
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Check-in is at 3 p.m. to midnight, and check-out is at 11 a.m.; however, the hosts are eager to offer flexible check in and check outs, if doing so does not interfere with another guests’ visit. Guests should inquire upon booking confirmation. The farm is happy to work around glampers' needs.
If guests want to meet the hosts when they arrive, they must arrive no later than 7 p.m., as the hosts are farmers and keep farmers' hours. After hours check-in is possible, as long as the host is notified in advance.
Pets are not permitted, and smoking is only allowed in designated outdoor areas. Recreational marijuana use is permitted in California, and there is a trusted local dispensary that can deliver to the farm, which is listed in the host's guidebook.
If any damage is done to the accommodation, guests may be charged up to $100 for a security deposit.
Guests are asked to drive carefully once on the farm. If they'd like to interact with the farm's chickens or goats, the hosts will introduce them to the animals and show them how to keep the barn doors secured. Guests can only enter the barn with a crew member.
Unregistered guests are not allowed; the property's liability policy only extends to official guests from the time they check in to the time they check out.
Although there is a cleaning fee, the kitchen must be left tidy upon check-out. There will be a $50 charge if dirty dishes are left behind.