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Recent Joshua Tree reviews
"What can we say that hasn't already been said by the other positive reviews?! We absolutely LOVED our time at the Villa dei Fiori. Our 6yr old boy had the time of his life rock climbing and cave exploring. Everyday was full of adventure for him. Meanwhile, my husband and I enjoyed our days floating around the pool with our 1.5yr old, taking in the stunning natural beauty of this location. Dale has taken great care with every detail of the property. The gorgeous mature trees surrounding us ensured a real sense of privacy while providing a soothing sound of "wind rustling leaves" when the warm evening breeze picked up. Nights were spent at the fire pit or in the jacuzzi silently staring up at the gorgeous starry sky. We missed a sighting of the big horned sheep grazing by the cave the morning we left. We were able to relax knowing that the property is "kid friendly". Dale was kind enough to make sure everything was explained and all our questions were answered in person when he handed over the key. We look forward to a return trip!"
Guest: Charity M.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 1, 2015
"We came from Connecticut to explore Death Valley and Joshua Tree. LOVED JT. Such an amazing spot in the world.
It was great to stay so close to the park. This cozy cottage is just as described, with a comfortable and relaxed ambiance. Big patio for sitting outside and watching the sun rise or set. We enjoyed the interesting yard--and the yard of the Harrison House Art & Music Center across the street. (We read up on Lou Harrison once we figured out the connection--which made the whole place feel more intimate and interesting.)
Couple of downsides: The refrigerator was not cold; we froze bottles of water and put them in the fridge. We could have called the caretaker, but didn't want to take the time and left a note instead. Had to search around for the washer/dryer (in garage). And the place could benefit from a Welcome book, as someone else stated.
But overall, a wonderful, memorable stay. We stayed 3 nights and could easily have stayed longer."
Guest: Virginia W.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: June 10, 2015
"My friends and I stayed here over a weekend and had the best time. The property includes 4 separate structures, each with their own unique qualities. The main house offers a bedroom and bathroom, along with several places for other people to sleep. The kitchen is small and rather outdated, but it got the job done and we were very satisfied.
My husband and I slept in the guest house, which was just perfect for us and our 2 small pups. It has an attached full bathroom and stove for warm. Our friends stayed in the bedroom above the garage that opens up onto a gorgeous and massive balcony and the remaining friends stayed in the art studio, which has 3-4 beds available. The only catch with the garage and art studio is that they do not have their own bathrooms.
Hands down the best feature of the property is the land. This house sits in a secluded area so when you open the sliding doors, you look directly out to boulders everywhere. We had so much fun exploring the backyard! Each day we made a fire in the firepit and enjoyed the quiet and beauty of the land. We attempted to use the jacuzzi one night, but the water was way too hot to get in, even after us waiting an hour or two for it to cool down. Plan ahead if you want to get in during your trip!
All in all, this was an exceptional trip and we absolutely loved the property. It is true that this is not luxury living, but it works and we had a blast. One last tip is that the property was challenging to find at night. A few of us got lost on the street leading in. It would be great if the owner could hang a sign or address along the road. And the pictures included on VRBO are not updated. The main house looked very different, in a good way."
Guest: Megan M.Date of Stay: November 2015Review Submitted: November 19, 2015
"I'd recommend this place to anyone looking to sleep up to 8 people on a budget. It was very close to 29 palms and not far at all from anywhere in Joshua Tree Park. It's clean, with yards (horseshoes!) There are two lovely places to BBQ and have a big ol fire pit. Clean linens, comfy beds, plenty of games, interesting videos and books, dishes, towels etc. It is not a dark-sky location, as there are lights from the nearby military base. owner was very nice and lovely to work with!"
Guest: David Green1Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 22, 2015