Our home has two bedrooms - one with a new pillow top queen bed and the other has new twin beds, accommodating up to 4 guests.
Pamper yourselves with our 100% cotton linens, down duvets, thick towels and a tub/shower with natural slate surround to soak in after a hike in the park.
Our living room has a cushy down sofa, lounge chair with ottoman and a flat screen Cable TV that you may use to stream video using our high speed WiFi for easy internet access during your stay in Joshua Tree.
You'll love our cool retreat that has an evaporative cooler instead of AC -- cools the fresh outside air with moist cool air inside! And ceiling fans in each room, too. In the winter months, stay warm and cozy using our vintage natural gas wall heater that warms the whole house.
Our full kitchen will make your stay comfy if you want to enjoy meals in. Side-by-side fridge, a gas range, microwave, and a new dishwasher for easy clean up. We've stocked the cabinets with all the dishes, glassware and cookware you will need, utensils and pantry basics for your use, too.
If you need to clean up after a long day in the park, we offer our washer and dryer for your use . We do have an iron and ironing board if you really want to spiff up before walking down to the Joshua Tree Saloon to enjoy a burger and catch some live music!
Interaction with Guests
You'll have the house to yourselves for privacy and enjoyment, but our manager is just blocks away to help with anything you may need.
You will love our home's close access to everything in town - art, music, restaurants, and the Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings. The Visitor's Center for the park is just blocks to the west and it's a quick 10 minute drive to the National Park's West entrance.
We're located just across from the exclusive Mojave Sands Motel and down the street from the gorgeous Coyote Hole, our stunning hiking area in south Joshua Tree.
If you need ride, we have a local bus within a block, we have cab service available and gas stations in town to fill up for your scenic drives through the desert landscape.+ More