Joshua Tree, CA
Many have found endless inspiration in this place. It's difficult to put the feeling into words, but maybe it's the surprise of it all. A place that seems so barren but is truly filled with life. And though it's so silent, we hear so much more. On the darkest of nights, the sky is truly visible. This place with so much to offer in turn makes us crave less, and here we find unshakeable happiness in the simplest of things. If we take time out to enjoy the sound of a bird's wings flying above, or the intensely starry sky, how can that be taken away?
These are experiences we want to share. So, we found and fell in love with a 1949 house, and a 1958 casita, and redesigned each space with a 'slow' pace in mind. Our hope is that you enjoy every part of your stay, from making your local coffee by drip in the morning, choosing the perfect record to put on as the sun sets, or by relaxing in a hammock to watch the sun shift across the room.
“In the morning, make your coffee by drip, sit on the porch to take in the sunrise, and start your day slow"
Jessica — Bon Traveler
Sleeps up to 4
The Joshua Tree Casita is a two bed one bath 1958 home located near the west entrance of Joshua Tree National Park in Joshua Tree, CA. Here you'll find complete silence, open desert views, desert wildlife, and a breathtaking starry sky (best seen from the hot tub).
Sleeps up to 6
The Joshua Tree House is a two bed two bath 1949 hacienda located near the west entrance of Joshua Tree National Park in Joshua Tree, CA. Watch the sunrise from the front porch, or star gaze from the hot tub while surrounded by over 100 Joshua trees.
“Mountains complement desert as desert complements city, as wilderness complements and completes civilization."