Unique and Modern Barn Accommodation Ideal for Animal Lovers in Morongo Valley, California
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This A-frame hideaway houses a king-size bed with a romantic canopy hung overhead that faces a large picture window overlooking the ranch. A television mounted above the window allows guests to tune in to cable television and catch classic movies before bed. A desk to the left of the window provides guests with a space to work if desired. In the opposite corner of the room, guests will find a bar with two bar stools next to it, so guests can enjoy a private drink together up in their suite.
After a long day hiking and exploring nearby natural wonders, few things sound better than running a hot bath in the clawfoot tub or cozying into the massage chair. The sink rests next to the tub, on an angled mirrored wall, and the toilet is hidden away in a private area with a door behind the sink. There is an outdoor shower facing Mt. San Jacinto, so guests can experience the freshest showers with an unbeatable view.
Perhaps the best part of the romantic suite can be found outside on the spacious deck, where guests will be able to look out across the beautiful terrain during daylight hours and stargaze across the wide clear sky while comfortably seated at the four-person dining table. A larger bar in the corner facilitates an easy location to fix snacks and drinks while enjoying fresh air and sunshine.
Upon arrival, each guest will be given a tour of the ranch and will be treated to a drink from the saloon. Visitors are then invited to spend their time as they wish, whether that involves playing horseshoes at the saloon, resting on the two-person adult-size swing, or taking a breezy nap up in the suite.
If the guest cancels 24 hours or more prior to check in.
- King-size bed
- Running water
- Hot water
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
- Linens and pillows
- Dining table
- Cooking basics
- Fire pit
- Air conditioning
- Pool table
A general store and saloon can be found at the ranch should guests need to purchase any items or feel like playing games and having some drinks.
Location + Surroundings
- Horseback riding
Morongo Valley, Palm Springs, and other surrounding towns all offer guests an abundance of fun and interesting activities within 20-30 minutes from the suite, making for easy trips that lead to lasting memories.
First on guests to-do list should be to venture over to Joshua Tree National Park, a beautiful National Park open year-round that millions of guests from all over the world flock to for hiking, photography, rock climbing, and just soaking up the incredible 792,510 acres of California desert wilderness. Guests are likely to spend hours at the park wandering the beautiful ground that has been featured in many films, music videos, and classic stories.
For hiking a bit closer to home, guests should try out Big Morongo Canyon, a great spot for adventuring through trails, some of which include boardwalks through the marsh and stream habitats in the Preserve. There is also a half-mile Marsh Trail that is wheelchair-accessible. The canyon connects with Covington Park for relaxing outdoor picnics on sunny days.
Movie buffs and fans of old western films should be sure to visit Pioneertown. The Old West town was built in the 1940s by a group of well-known Hollywood actors, including Roy Rogers and Gene Autry, with the idea of creating a town that had the exterior look of a western town in the 1880s, such as frontier stables, old jails, and saloons, with the interiors housing modern locations and activities such as bowling alleys, restaurants, motels, and ice cream shops. Pioneertown was one of the most popular filming locations in the 1940s and 1950s, but today has become a fun tourist attraction for guests to see mock gunfights and enjoy great live music at Pappy and Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace while digging into a delicious rack of barbecue ribs.
For exploration in Morongo Valley, guests should stop in at Cactus Mart, heaven for plant fanatics. The plant emporium features cacti, succulents, tools, supplies, decor, and more for all planting needs. The work of local artists is often displayed at Cactus Mart, as well, and it has become a primary destination for guests to visit and pick up great gifts from the area.
Check-in: from 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
- Events allowed
The suite is not suitable for children under twelve years of age. The property is not wheelchair-accessible, and guests must be able to climb stairs to reach the suite.