This well-preserved 1950s homestead sits on 2.5 acres on the outskirts of Twentynine Palms. The property is 15 minutes from the Joshua Tree National Park north entrance. You feel away from it all, but are convenient to all the local amenities.
We have one master bedroom and a bonus bedroom in a sunny alcove in the front of the house. The house comfortably sleeps up to two couples. A cozy living room features a fireplace to take the nip off the chilly nights. Eat breakfast under the shade of the pepper tree and you might spot jackrabbits, coyotes, roadrunners and quail. At night have a barbecue and then relax under starry skies and shooting stars (seriously, lots of shooting stars). Perfect for a romantic getaway, artist/writer’s retreat or an adventure weekend in the park.
Check in is 3pm and check out is 11am. If we don't have back to back guests we can sometimes be flexible with these times. The house and the property are yours to roam freely. The barn is not yet finished inside and therefore not accessible to guests for safety reasons.
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We are available by phone, text or email at all times during your stay and are happy to answer any questions!
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This is a wild, desert area. In addition to the cuddly critters, there are spiders, snakes, lizards and other not so cuddly creatures. We recommend keeping doors closed at all times to minimize the possibility of unwanted intruders. We will do everything we can to make sure there are no spiders or scorpions in the bathtub, but they do like the water so please look before you take a shower! On the property there are cacti and other prickly plants you definitely want avoid stepping on or brushing against. A close encounter with a jumping cholla cactus is one you would likely never forget!
Price includes 10.5% occupancy tax required by the City of Twentynine Palms.
We will send an info sheet with all the house's features and things to do in the area.
No photo or film shoots without permission.
We love to travel, especially by bicycle. There is nothing better than experiencing the landscape at 10 miles an hour. On the whole we like vacations that involve adventure and being immersed in cultures and scenes. In addition to traveling overseas we also love road trips and camping. Clare is originally from Scotland and Kurt is from Colorado.
At home we live in Los Angeles, but spend as much time as we can in the Mojave Desert near Joshua Tree National Park. After getting married in Twentynine Palms at the 29 Palms Inn we decided to buy a house out there. When we cannot be there ourselves we rent it out to others. The desert is incredible, so much wildlife and botanical life, breathtaking sunsets, stars forever and many human curiosities because it attracts eccentric and arty folk. We like hosting creative people who are interested in retreating from chaotic city life.
In our city lives, Clare manages a public art collection situated throughout Los Angeles County and Kurt makes films.