Romantic Farmstay With Hottub and View - Fallbrook
Romantic Farmstay With Hottub and View - Fallbrook
Romantic Farm Stay with Hottub and View
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Tucked in the hills of San Diego, our organic subtropical farm is a great centrally located getaway destination. The beautiful 4-room space occupies the first floor of the original two-story, three-unit farmhouse on our family farm and has it's own entrance with no shared spaces. Relax in the hot tub and enjoy the quiet! We have five other farmstay homes here if this one is booked, or you'd like to reserve for a larger party.
Queen bed, walk-in closet, living room and beautiful limestone bathroom with all the basics waiting for your arrival. Completely private with a full kitchen off the living room. Full size refrigerator. High-end Reverse Osmosis Nimbus five stage water filtration system, coffee, and tea. Flat screen smart TV, no outside cable. Bring your passwords for your Netflix/Hulu/etc accounts. Coffee maker, toaster, juicer, microwave waiting for your enjoyment. Hot tub for your private use just steps from your door. Efficient mini-split heating and air conditioning system. Strong wifi.
Great parking, just drive right up to your door. Walk the farm during day light hours or with a really good flashlight. Walk up to the nearby goats and offer them treats! . Super fast Wifi here at last! The Oaks Restaurant is a couple miles away and is a homey cafe type destination for breakfast, lunch or dinner. For something a little pricier and definitely on the romantic side: down the road a bit further is Temecula Creek Inn's Cork Fire Kitchen. Most of the year there's Kenny's you-pick strawberry farm right down the road as well. You'll see small signs on Old 395 as you drive in from either direction. Absolutely awesome strawberries, pick them yourself, or buy them already harvested. We send an exhaustive Activity Guide, Winery Listing, Food Map and Restaurant Guide in PDF format to all confirmed reservations, via email. We'll send our Activity Guide as soon as you book, along with the private activities we're offering like Cheese Making, Jam Making/Canning, and Hand Churned Ice Cream.
Little known, even to San Diegans, Rainbow, California is adjacent to Fallbrook and is right off the I-15 freeway, yet our farm seems like it's miles away from the city. Only a few minutes off the I-15, we're freeway close. 40 minutes or so to Oceanside's beautiful beaches and Carlsbad's flower fields and Legoland, and an exit south of Temecula's wine country tours, right in between San Diego and Los Angeles renowned attractions. Twenty-five minutes or so from Cal State San Marcos University, thirty-five minutes or so from San Diego Wild Animal Park in Escondido and a little over an hour to Seaworld and world famous Balboa Park. The local farmers' market is on Saturday and is 15 minutes away in Old Town Temecula...a destination in itself. We're one exit south of Temecula. Be sure to check out Temecula Olive Oil Company's tasting bar if you find yourself in Old Town. Temecula has a number of vineyards eager to showcase their wines, wine country is one exit north of us (10-15 minutes) and if you book early enough, hot air ballooning is a local wine country favorite.
No public transportation, you need a car for sure! Mountain bikes wouldn't be a bad idea, but you'll have to walk them down to Safari Tent before mounting! (Hilly, blind curves too dangerous for bike riding) Closed toe shoes, rather than high heels or flipflops are a good choice if you intend to hike the farm.
Maximum occupancy is 4 guests in this unit. There is only one queen bed, and one FULL pull out coach in the livingroom. Kitchen seats four.
Free parking right at your door.
We'll send a confirmation and rental agreement to your email to complete your booking, as well as our comprehensive Activity Guide which includes on-farm things to do, as well as area suggestions, wineries and tours.
High Speed Internet
Laptop friendly workspace
Crib/Pack 'n Play
No events allowed
We allow smoking outside only, and have a sand-filled bucket for butts.
Free parking right in front of your door. No stairs.
Exact location provided after booking.
Wow...this is as tough as a job interview. Who am I? I really enjoy meeting different people, and count myself lucky to get to share this little slice of farming paradise with lots of well traveled guests. A confirmed Foodie, my original interest in growing things was for my own table. So a lot of what we grow here at Morning Song Farm is rare and unusual; dragon fruit, mulberries, macadamias, guavas, loquats, sapote, Carissa plum and kumquats. My shelves are proof of my eclectic tastes, including organic gardening books, mediation, political history, economics and numerous cheese making books which has become a focus for about a decade now. I teach it here for those that would like to discover how easy it is to make your own cheese! Just ask. Aesthetics are important to me, I've worked hard to transform our farm into something beautiful...although it's an ongoing fight against the dark forces of weeds and derelict farm equipment. Friends say staying here is very relaxing, the skies are often filled with stars you can't see in the city, and although city-close, it feels like we're far, far away. I need that solitude, as many of our visitors will attest to, it's restorative.
Member since: January 2018
Policies and Rules
Check In: 3PM - Flexible
Hosted check-ins are from 3 o'clock to 7 p.m., when guest services closes. If you'd like to check in after hours, let us know and we'll leave the porch light on. Make sure you have no questions about how to get here, if you're planning on arriving late; as phones between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. only.
Check Out: 11AM
No guest animals allowed as we are a farm and have