This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Joshua Tree reviews

  • Nice retreat in the desert

    "I was so pleased with our stay at the Ninja Ranch and so were my friends. The house is very well thought out and has everything you would need. It is within close proximity to Joshua Tree National Park and local stores and restaurants. The place was relaxing and so nice to come back to after our day hikes. Chaz, the owner, was very accommodating from check in to check out and easy to reach. Would highly recommend if you are visiting the area."
    Guest: Natalie B. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 10, 2016
    View listing
  • The Adobe House Provides Great Location and Amenities to Relax and Enjoy the Desert

    "Great setting in the JT Highlands. Minutes from the Park Entrance and other attractions. Amenities are accurate. The outdoor bathtub is heaven. Some improvements would help. The Good: - Best view in the JT Highlands! The queen room side gets the sunrises, the king room side gets the sunsets - The king bed is firm, the queen bed is firmer - we tried both and had good sleep. Pillows are soft and fresh linens - The front door sitting area provided a great spot to view the city lights and stars at the same time - Houses in proximity (~100 yards) but still felt secluded, - Great array of wildlife visible from the house (coyotes, quails, rabbits...) - Kitchen is stocked and offers great space and equipment for preparing meals, fridge makes great ice - The outdoor bathtub is heaven, this helped us cool off tremendously, along with the constant breeze - The bathroom has a great big tub and sink, towels were fresh and soft, water pressure and temps were good - Windows and glass surround the house, great for views of the vast desert The Not-So-Good (reasons for the 4 stars): - The weather was peaking upper 90's to 100's. The swamp cooler and ceiling fans tried their best, but the house only got cooled to about 85's even at night. Perhaps providing electric fans in the bedrooms can help especially during summer. - The kitchen didn't have a microwave so we just used the toaster oven to reheat foods - The winds do pick up at night, the king room screen door is loose and it does keep banging against the door and frame, making it a little difficult to sleep. - The Wifi is only about a 2Mbps speed (may not be enough for Netflix, etc..), but we didn't mind too much - The hammock and reclining outdoor chair on the pictures were not present on our visit - perhaps they broke? Other Notes: - The JT Highlands roads are not paved. A standard car/truck/suv will do fine, but sports or lowered vehicles will have difficulty. - With AT&T we got about 1-2 bars inside the house - PioneerTown and the Giant Rock in Landers were nearby and are great attractions. Due to perhaps the hot weather, we were alone at these sites - kind of eerie but a great experience at the same time. - We didn't get to try any due to timing, but Jeff provided a great list of eateries and attractions, will definitely try them on our next visit. The Adobe House provided what we were looking for - a relaxing weekend with a little adventure on the side. Will definitely be back. Thanks Jeff!"
    Guest: GINNO C. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 2, 2016
    View listing
  • Saw 13 Big Horn Sheep

    "We had a wonderful three night stay at the Villa. The property is so private with amazing hikes into the boulders right on the property. We were thrilled to spot 13 Big Horn Sheep just 15 minutes into a hike from the pool area. It's great for a romantic getaway, far away from the big city, but an easy drive to all the local sights. We can't wait to return."
    Guest: Debbie G. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 26, 2016
    View listing
  • An Oasis in the Desert

    "My husband and I stayed at David and Patti's cottage for 3 nights while visiting Joshua Tree National Park in September, 2016. It was the most perfect place to stay....a great kitchen, nice screened-in porch, and a private patio for viewing the stars in the evening. Overall the cottage was very clean and very comfortable. The bed was comfortable as well. Communication with David was easy and flawless. From the cottage it was only about 3 miles to the western entrance of the park. Do yourself a favor and reserve the cottage if you are planning on visiting the area. You will not be disappointed!"
    Guest: Susan D. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 24, 2016
    View listing
Sponsored Advertisement