Tucked in the hills of San Diego, our organic subtropical farm is a great centrally located getaway destination. The adults-only, 4-room suite occupies the first floor of the original two-story 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 two other, stand alone farmstay homes here if this one is booked, or you'd like to reserve for a larger party.
Queen bed, walk-in closet, small living room and beautiful limestone bathroom with all the basics waiting for your arrival. Completely private with a full kitchen off the living room. Our vintage 1952 Chambers stove is an interesting addition to the kitchen, as it was state of the art then, and many collectors feel it hasn't been improved upon since. Come see why! Full size refrigerator stocked with breakfast items, bottled water, snacks and fresh certified organic fruit from our farm when in season. Flat screen TV, no outside cable. Coffee maker with coffee, toaster, juicer, microwave waiting for your enjoyment. Hot tub with jets for your private use just steps from your door. Efficient mini-split heating and air conditioning system. Wifi.
Accès des voyageurs
Great parking, just drive right up to your door. Walk the farm during day light hours or with a really good flashlight. We ask that you just stay on the roads. 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. 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 room for your perusal. 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.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Just ask if you have questions about what to see or where to go, there's so much to do in San Diego! We always respect our guests' need for privacy. We'll send you our Activity Guide, let us know before your arrival if you'd like to opt for one of our private classes: cheese making or hand churned ice cream. :)
Maximum occupancy is 2 adults in this unit. There is only one queen bed, and the coach has a hydraulic tilt-back feature and center console that doesn't allow for sleeping on it.
We do not accept children in this unit, but do in our larger two bedroom bungalow.
The parking area for our farmstay unit is easily large enough for two medium sized cars or one really big dually type truck. If you are arriving in a very large truck, know that there is going to be some fiddling (as in a 4 or 5 point turn) to get your vehicle parked but there is definitely room to do so. I parked my 6-L Diesel Ford 350 dually there for many years. You can, too.
Occasionally guests in two vehicles want to arrive early to drop off one car, and then return later at check-in time. We're eager to accommodate you if the parking area is available before your check-in time. Otherwise we will find another spot on the farm for you so that you can enjoy your pre-check in hours in one vehicle. Just ask!
1. No guests under 12 in this unit.
2. By confirming a reservation you are acknowledging that you have read and agree to our House Rules below.
3. Sorry, but no guest animals, we have enough of our own here, and it's a carefully crafted balance!
4. Please drive carefully once on-farm, we have a llama and two alpacas that roam freely, and they thinks they own the road. :)
5. If you'd like to interact with the chickens or goats, let us introduce you and show you how to keep barn doors secure. Bring granola bars, says Carl the Herd Leader. :)
6. Our cats are farm crew members and keep the pest population down. Please don't allow any inside. They'll may tell you they're allowed in, that's just not so.
7. Do not arrive with or invite unregistered guests to our farm to visit or stay. Airbnb's liability policy extends to registered guests only.
8. We are farmers and keep farmers' hours. If this is your first visit to Morning Song Farm, please plan to check-in no later than 8:00 p.m., or discuss and confirm self-check in alternatives before making a reservation. If you are a returning guest and would like a late-night check-in, please let us know and we'll arrange for a no-fuss self check-in. After check-in, we assume our guests will come and go as they please. There is no problem at all with coming in late during your stay, as the farmstay unit is totally separate from everyone else's here.
9. No indoors smoking or vaping/ huka so that we can offer a smoke-free environment to our many non-smoking guests. As much as it would be a convenience to walk around the farm lit; it's a fire hazard. Please smoke in designated area only. We have provided a large, red, sand-filled bucket for butts in the sitting area by the front door.
10. California is a Medical Marijuana State, and soon a Recreational Marijuana State. Please use the privilege afforded by the State of California's voters, responsibly on our farm and abide by all State laws.
10. To keep our farmstay affordable, we have a tiny cleaning fee, please leave the kitchen as you will find it, when you check out.
11. Please do not mail or ship items to yourself or in care of Morning Song Farm...using our farm address. The post office doesn't deliver to us here, either; so they will return to sender.
12. Maximum occupancy in our Romantic Farmstay with Hot tub Unit is two adults; this listing does not allow children.
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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.