-The original guest house here at Morning Song offers an expansive view of the environmentally protected valley below. Known for the coastal mists that come in from the distant coastline, as the crow flies 12 miles away; guests can often look down on wispy clouds as they pass through the valley from their perch in this big windowed, cliff side home. Unwind in the large hot-tub or whip up something tasty in your small but cute kitchen. This stand alone, private house offers solitude amid the trees, with a view that gives a sense of being completely alone.
-Outside dining area with hot tub in the patio garden attached to the home offers generous space for parties of two to four guests (two guests sleeping on FULL pull-out couch, linens provided.) Compact kitchen, Queen bed in bedroom, with a , flat screen and a collection of DVD’s. Bathroom is ensuite, which means if someone is sleeping on the pull out FULL couch in the living room, they’ll have to enter the master bedroom to access the bathroom. Excellent WiFi for your Netflix, and internet needs; no outside cable service. Parking for ONE car only.
-Guests should be aware that we do not light up the farm or exterior like a hotel would. Although we have no immediate neighbors, we are considerate of others living in this agricultural valley and light pollution is a consideration. We do have some solar lights to illuminate steps to hottub, but they are not reliable and fade at some point in the night based on energy collection levels during the day. Visitors should be prepared to use a flashlight (provided) or their phone flashlilght to illuminate paths and steps at night.
-Great parking one vehicle, just drive right to the spot under the trees adjacent to the house; following signs. Walk the farm during day light hours, and be sure to stop at the alpacas corral as you drive in, because they love it when our guests stop to offer them treats (provided) and will come right up to their fence line in hopes you’ll have a few minutes.
The Oaks Restaurant is a couple miles away and is a homey cafe type destination for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They also have a produce stand/market and frequent market events, as well as a vintage candy store on the site. 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. We’ve gathered a few menus from cool local restaurants and the local winery down the road a piece, they’re in the cabin. 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.