Luxurious Tents at Tranquil Spa & Glamping Resort near Bend, OregonTerrebonne, Oregon (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
At this tranquil spa and glamping resort near Bend, Oregon, guests can choose between a queen tent or a king tent. The daily rates for these luxury safari tents are non-inclusive. Upon arrival, interested guests can pay for individual meals separately or opt for the meal plan without a problem. The daily rate is also listed for a double occupancy. For extra guests over two people and up to four people, there is an extra fee of $80 per person (available only for king tents).
The queen tents can sleep up to two people and feature a queen-size bed. The king tents can sleep up to four guests and come with one king-size bed and one plush, pillow top trundle, or two twin beds that form a second king-size bed. Organic linens, down comforters, and plush spa robes and towels are provided.
In the interior of both types of tents, guests will have dressers, a couch or two chairs, and a gas fireplace. For both the queen and king tents, the bathrooms are ensuite and include a double headed shower (both rain and wall), as well as locally sourced, organic, biodegradable toiletries.
Each tent has a private deck with lounge chairs. A special feature of the king tents is that the roof of each king tent is transparent, so glampers can see through to the clear desert night sky while lying in bed. While there is no kitchen in the accommodations, guests need not worry—meals can be provided by a chef, they are freshly made, gourmet dishes with an emphasis on organic and local food. Meals are available for an additional cost, as previously mentioned above.
Other extra amenities and on-site features include daily sunrise yoga and guided meditation; turndown service with a nightly complimentary foot bath; a lounging pool with stunning views of the surrounding area; a spa with massage and body treatments, including optional cannabis oil therapies; a walking labyrinth and nature trails; a dining pavilion with a large firepit; an indoor lounge and art gallery with a wood-burning fireplace; and an owners’ reception with local kombucha, wine, and beer provided each evening. Read More
- Fire pit
- Gas fireplace
- King-size bed
- Linens provided
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
- Towels provided
- Wheelchair access
This location immerses guests in nature while providing them with an exclusive and luxurious off-grid glamping experience with five-star resort amenities. The property is located on 40 acres in the high desert of Central Oregon—surrounded by the Crooked River National Grasslands and the Wild and Scenic Crooked River Canyon—and is perfect for both the traveler who wants to relax by the pool and enjoy spa treatments and the traveler who wants to dig in to all the outdoor adventure activities that Central Oregon has to offer. The host provides full kitchen facilities for guests who would like to prepare meals on-site. Please note that the outdoor and indoor kitchens are both shared facilities that are available to all guests.
- 24-hour management
- Body treatment
- Breakfast included
- Brick oven
- Deck or balcony
- Dining room
- Fire pit
- Outdoor pool
- Shared kitchen
For the upcoming solar eclipse in 2017, there will be a three-night minimum for these dates. The tents are $1,250 per night during the three nights of the event: August 19-21.
The daily rate is listed for a double occupancy. For extra guests over two people and up to four people, there is an extra fee of $150 per person (available only for king tents). For those interested in the non-inclusive rates, please inquire with the host, and they will submit a new offer adjusted accordingly.
This is a technology-free glamping site; guests are asked to please refrain from bringing computers, cell phones, watches, clocks, etc., if possible, in order to best be present in nature.
Though this site is non-smoking, as of July 2015, it will be a cannabis-friendly property.
If guests book by May 15, 2017, they will get 20% off for reservations made through June. This offer is not valid for holidays. There is a minimum two-night stay, must be for Sunday through Thursday, and no cancellations are allowed. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Terrebonne is a community in central Oregon, most well-known for Smith Rock State Park, which is a world famous destination for rock climbing and hiking. Glampers will also have sweeping views of the Oregon Cascades, Crooked River Canyon, the Peter Skene Ogden State Scenic Viewpoint, and many other natural beauties, including Alpine lakes and sagebrush plains. Other attractions that may be of interest to guests are Mount Hood, Mount Bachelor and a hot air balloon ride with Big Sky Balloon Company, as well as one of Maragas Vineyards events.
The city of Bend is only a 29-minute drive from Terrebonne. In this region of Oregon, glampers will find countless opportunities to explore and enjoy Oregon’s vast wilderness at sites like Deschutes National Forest, Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Sparks and Hosmer Lakes, South Sister, Mt. Bachelor Ski Area, and Tumalo State Park, Tumalo Creek, and Tumalo Falls. Glampers can also venture up to Sisters for a small western town experience or head to Redmond for antiquing. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
This glamping property offers holistic energy treatments, spa services, a wide range of workshops and activities.
Workshop options include the following subjects: astronomy, wine, cooking, painting, writing, natural health and healing, yoga, photography, wildlife education and viewing, and outdoor safety.
Available spa treatments include massages, body treatments, yoga, reiki, energy therapies, chakra clearing, meditation labyrinth, medicine wheel, and elements in balance. Read More
- Bird watching
- Body treatments
- Horseback riding
- Hot air balloon
- Music festivals
- Wine tasting
Aside from daily sunrise yoga and guided meditation, relaxing in the lounging pool, and treating oneself to spa treatments and massages, there are a multitude of things to do at this glamping property. Go for a stroll through the walking labyrinth or along the nature trails. Enjoy conversation around the large firepit next to the dining pavilion. Cozy up around a big wood-burning fire in the indoor lounge and art gallery. Enjoy a glass of local kombucha at the owners reception each evening.
Glampers looking for more action while on vacation can partake in the following activities on-site: horseshoes, archery, birdwatching, workshops, and hot air balloon flights. Nearby, off-site activities include whitewater rafting, water skiing, fly fishing, cycling, hiking, and mountain biking.