Heated Canvas Cabin Glamping With Hottub

Fallbrook, California

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Stay in our luxury canvas cabin! This is a great place to enjoy privacy, quiet, and an organic farm, yet still close to wine tours, ballooning, and food options in nearby Temecula and Fallbrook.

Inside the cabin, you'll find a beautiful queen canopy bed, living area seating, and two pull out couches. Queen bed with and two full pull out coaches. Space is warmed by a cute electric fireplace to take the chill off early mornings, along with a propane tent heater. Full, private, adjacent, locking bathroom. Eat-in view-deck kitchen has great, peaceful views. You'll find breakfast items, with Kodikas coffee, including our delicious farm eggs in your fully stocked, covered...but outdoor kitchen! Vintage stove oven and griddle, and all the small gadget appliances you need to cook wonderful meals. Dedicated, fast wifi, Smart flat screen with dvd library. Coffee maker, microwave, pots/pans/utensils. All linen and towels provided.

Walk the farm, feed the alpacas, peacocks, and goats, or walk down the road to nearby Roadrunner Winery. Hike nearby Santa Margarita River Reserve, visit the art galleries of Fallbrook and Old Town Temecula. We’re excited to welcome guests to our unique farm stay experience! Take classes to make your own fresh butter, hand-churned ice cream, canned berry jam, or fresh cheeses. Gather eggs from your own miniature chicken barn (included with the Two Bedroom Bungalow), meet our friendly goats and alpacas, or soak under the stars in your private hot tub (all properties). There’s so much to do in the Fallbrook/Temecula Wine Country area, including hiking the Santa Margarita Reserve, wine tasting, ballooning, golfing, antiquing, strawberry picking, and more! We send out our comprehensive area Activity Guide when you make a reservation here so that you can plan your get-a-way ahead of time.

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