This was our first "glamping" experience and it exceeded our expectations! This Safari Tent was the perfect getaway. So relaxing with the most amaz...
This was our first "glamping" experience and it exceeded our expectations! This Safari Tent was the perfect...
Lovely Safari Cabin Tent near Warner Springs, CaliforniaSan Diego, California (United States)
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· Pets allowed · Jacuzzi/Hot Tub · Private Barbecue
This luxury camping accommodation can sleep two guests and boasts a queen-size bed with a heated mattress pad and lovely, forested, mountain views. Consisting of a 16-by-20-foot safari tent, the accommodation comes with a huge, furnished deck with a barbecue, and a hot tub with panoramic views of the valley below. Furnishings and construction were created with many natural and recycled materials, including native. incense cedar trees killed from the Cedar FIre of 2003. The cabin sits in its own large, fenced-in compound that is surrounded by Ribbonwood trees.
The bathroom and kitchen were crafted from re-purposed pine planks from a previous remodeling project. In the bathroom, there is a clawfoot bathtub with unparalleled views of the surrounding area, as well as a shower, a sink, and toiletries. There is a fully equipped kitchen, in addition to a charcoal barbecue with a pizza oven attachment for guests to make homemade pizzas. In the living room, there is a fireplace to cozy up around during the nights. Wi-Fi is provided. Read More
- Running water
- Movie library
- Electric blankets
- Safe box
- Cell service
- Queen-size bed
- Private Lounge/Living room
- BR/DVD player
- Kitchen equipment
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Private Barbecue
This property has a stunning deck area and guests will find a private hot tub where they can relax after a long day and watch the sunset, or count the stars overhead at night. Other features of the accommodation include Wi-Fi, a television, and a DVD player. Guests will have access to everything they will need to relax in style.
There is also a pizza grill, for which guests are encouraged to bring their own fixings. Guests can take advantage of the fresh herbs grown right on site.
The hosts make and sell stunning rustic, handcrafted willow furniture. Custom work is no problem and the hosts can work from drawings or photos.
Location + Surroundings
Located in one of the most beautiful, least traveled areas of San Diego County, this unique accommodation was created by an artisan contractor couple with comfort and privacy in mind, while offering a close-to-nature experience. Warner Springs, conservation areas, and National Forests ensure that there are plenty of rural spaces for glampers to explore. Guests can also enjoy a getaway to San Diego, that is just an hour-and-a-half away from this property and boasts countless cultural sights. Read More
- Stand-up paddleboarding
Hiking trails from the property can take guests all the way up to Palomar Mountain. Glampers can cool off, fish, and swim at Vail Lake just a 15-minute drive away.
Nearby activities include mountain biking, horseback riding, kayaking, bird watching, wine tasting, and air gliding. Visit Old Town Temecula for its museums, antique shops, and historic attractions. Take a pie-tasting trip to Julian or enjoy a tram to Palm Canyon in Borrego Springs. Whether guests want to stick to outdoor adventures or add in some cultural and historical side trips, this part of Southern California has a lot to offer.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
This glamping site's hosts are dog lovers and allow guests' furry companions on the glamping site. There is a fenced-in yard designed specifically for glamping dogs, so they can roam free and enjoy the magnificent surroundings of this property, too.
Guests booking in winter (from December to March) should be forewarned that it has to the potential to get quite cold, and while there is a fireplace in the tent, the tent does not hold heat well. If temperatures drop below 45 degrees Fahrenheit, the hosts would like guests to know that it may not be comfortable in the tent. Read More