One of my favorite places to go in Southern California is Joshua Tree, aside from it being absolutely beautiful, I have a strong emotional tie to it. You see, Joshua Tree is where I attended my first ever photography workshop to learn from incredibly talented photographers in the wedding industry, (long before I had ever photographed a couple never mind a wedding), and after I left that workshop, I then decided to launch my own photography business. In a lot of ways, that trip to Joshua Tree was a pivotal turning point in my life. It opened a lot of doors for me, it completely changed the trajectory of my life, which sounds so dramatic but it's the truth. It opened the door for me to be able to custom design a life and lifestyle I could only ever dream about and for that I am forever grateful.
Enough about me, let's get into this UNREAL airbnb!! Found in Yucca Valley, about 20 minutes from the west entrance of Joshua Tree National Park you can find the thoughtfully designed and curated home at Four Winds Trail. This 3 bedroom, 2 full bathroom is filled with natural light, warm tones through out the house and the most aesthetically pleasing decor. The outdoor space is filled with lots of lounging areas from the hammocks, cowboy pool, hot tub, outdoor shower and lounge chairs and outdoor dining table. It was still a bit chilly when I visited in early March, so I didn't get to enjoy some of those outdoor amenities, but honestly the house was so beautiful I didn't even mind hanging indoors, I mean did you see that Huge soaking tub?! Its about a 15 minute drive to the downtown area which has restaurants, some local shops and even a few nail salons (I snuck in a mani pedi while I was there!) The house itself is a little more secluded, which is nice because you feel like you have privacy and lots of peace and quiet. To book your own stay here click the link listed below! I recommend going in the March-May timeframe or October-December to beat the crazy hot heat in the desert and make the most out of your trip exploring the national park.