Get away from it all on a desert ranch in the Joshua Tree outerlands.
Minimalist desert chic cabin. 5 acres. Feels like the Wild West but only 3 minutes away from the best brunch spot in the valley, La Copine. Get there before the crowds and avoid the 1+ hour wait.
2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Full living room with bay window and desert views and large dining nook. Plus 1 giant Joshua Tree and a hammock for those lazy afternoons.
The cabin was built in the 1950s and has been lovingly restored and furnished with midcentury furniture, Native American art, and photography by talented local artist David Lawson.
Exposed beams, concrete floors, vintage cast iron fireplace (not working), and a sweet, simple kitchen with an induction cooktop/burner for some meals.
Fall asleep in one of 2 bedrooms - each outfitted with brand new queen memory foam mattresses, mattress protectors, and luxury bedding. Rooms both have windows with surrounding desert views.
Wake up to a refreshing rain shower with a view out to mountains, standing on tumbled river rock.
A dining nook has been upholstered with Bolivian ponchos, making it a comfy spot for long dinners or work sessions.
It's a digital detox so no wifi at this time. Bring a book or listen to one of the records on the record player. Or laze outside in the hammock and enjoy the whistling winds.
***No smoking indoors. Smokers must be very careful due to the winds and dry brush. Please contain and put water on ashes and cigarette butts to avoid any lingering ashes being picked up by the wind.
***No pets allowed.
Please remove your shoes indoors
Lock all doors and turn off lights and A/C when leaving the house
This is your retreat so you will have the property to yourself but I will be available by text or phone if you need anything.
Young and restless. I eat, sleep, dream travel. To me, Airbnb is like a giant constellation - connecting the dots all over the planet.
I'm a spontaneous traveler and drawn to places most people have never heard of...or are afraid to go. I believe in doing things that scare you, taking leaps of faith, and building wings on the way down.
I could probably tell you the airport code to most major cities in the world. But once I land, there's nothing like a twelve-hour bus ride to a place I've never been that somehow makes me feel at home. I love the feeling of heading somewhere new and the endless possibilities that lay down dirt roads and cobbled streets.