Alpine, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Alpine

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Excellent
154 reviews
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  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceInquire about our Homestyle Thanksgiving Package! Awesome tipi with amazing energy in the private garden of a rural Harbison Canyon pueblo style home, East San Diego County. Come enjoy the countryside, where you can actually see the stars at night! You will hear roosters crowing in the morning, owls calling to each other at night and our local coyotes who can be heard "yipping" to each other. (Earplugs are provided if you want to sleep in!) We have a kitty living on the property, who is very friendly and may just pay you a visit. Our boxer/lab mix, Reese loves attention too! You will also enjoy seeing the stars come out every clear night and even have the moon shine upon you through the open smoke flaps of the tipi. In the morning, enjoy Barbara's home baked muffins, fresh coffee or tea. We are conveniently located just 30 minutes from downtown San Diego and popular tourist attractions like Comic-Con, Balboa Park, the beautiful beaches and the world famous San Diego Zoo. 35 minutes east you will find beautiful Mount Laguna, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Pacific Crest Trail access and the town of Julian. About an hour east brings you to the desert, where natural beauty and recreation abound. 13 miles away, Viejas Casino boasts a beautiful outlet center. 4 miles away, Sycuan has a casino with entertainment and the golf resort of Singing Hills. Come enjoy the slower pace of the San Diego backcountry. Our Tipi sits on top of a wooden deck and we should note that the main photo here was embellished upon by the photographer, a dear friend of ours who used the photo in a calendar she made. We recently replaced the outer cover with a new one that has a pictograph painting of dancing horses on it. The tipi is furnished with a double futon bed, a table with two chairs, a small refrigerator and a small bookcase. There is a heater and a fan to help make the temperature more comfortable if necessary, but keep in mind that a tipi, like a tent, will mirror outside temperatures. While you won't feel wind or rain (ok maybe a couple of drops coming through the pole hole), you will feel temperature extremes. If it's hot outside, it will be hot inside especially during the middle of the day. If it's cold outside, it will be cold inside, especially at night. We do have very warm bedding, so once in bed, you will be plenty toasty!We suggest you plan your stay accordingly. If you visit during warmer weather, plan an activity during the middle of the day, such as exploring, hiking or shopping. Come back when it's a little cooler, or you can play board games or just hang out in our air conditioned living room. There are also plenty of shady spots in our garden to relax and read a book. In colder weather, remember to pack your warmest jammies. We will do what we can to make you more comfortable, but we cannot control the weather! We have electrical to the tipi and there is a fan, heater, lamp, a small refrigerator and wifi. The Tipi is located about 30 ft from the main house, where bathroom facilities and showers are available. You are also welcome to sit in our living room, which is a comfy place to read a book, use your computer, or just enjoy a glass of wine or cup of tea in front of the fireplace. We supply you with bottled water, coffee or tea and muffins in the morning to get something in your belly before you take off for an adventure. If you are in the mood for a massage, Barbara is a therapist with amazing healing hands. (Please arrange in advance of your visit to ensure availability.) If you are a hiker and need a guide, Randy is an experienced Pacific Crest Trail hiker, who will be happy to assist with drop-off and pick-up in the local mountains, or whatever your hiking/backpacking needs are. Bikers of all kinds, frequently go by on Harbison Canyon Road, which is part of a larger biking loop. So, hike, bike or drive yourself to our little haven and say goodbye to the hustle and bustle! Guest AccessGuests have access to a downstairs powder room and the upstairs full bathroom. There is a coffee maker in the entryway, which we supply with coffee and condiments. There is also a tea kettle and an assortment of teas available for our guests. Our downstairs living room is a comfortable spot to relax, socialize, read a book or play some board games in a more temperature controlled environment! Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy talking to our guests, finding out about where they live and providing information on the local area. We do work during the week, but are usually around on the weekends. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is a pretty canyon east of San Diego, with eclectic homes with more elbow room than in the city. The location is perfect for exploring all of San Diego. In about 30 minutes you can be either at the beach or in the mountains, ready to spread out your towel and sunbathe, or put on your hiking boots and hit the trail! Your hosts are equipped to help you plan your adventures no matter where your heart is leading you. Getting AroundSince we are in a rural area, public transportation is sparse. If you enjoy walking or biking, it is possible, though to get here without a car! The San Diego Trolley does come into the El Cajon Transit Center. From there, you can take the 864 bus to Alpine Blvd and Arnold Way, although there is no "bus stop" there, I think the driver could let you off at the stop sign there. If not, there is a stop at Peutz Valley Road. From there it is a 2.6 mile walk to our home, heading south on Peutz Valley Road (which is a dirt road and up a hill for about 1/4 mile), then left on Arnold Way, right on Harbison Canyon Road, which starts out flat, then goes downhill. When you reach the little Canyon Store, we are just around the corner, taking a right on Almyra. It is also possible to bike this route. The trolley and buses do accommodate bikes and as said previously, our place is right on a popular biking route. Other Things to NoteThis being a more rural area, residents here do have animals and there is wildlife in our canyon. You will probably be awakened by roosters crowing, dogs barking or vehicular traffic hum from the main road. At night, you may hear coyotes and owls. Most people enjoy these "nature" sounds, but if you don't, we provide disposable ear plugs! As with the temperature, the tipi walls do not insulate against noise!
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceGet a good nights sleep in a peaceful, quiet room which includes a comfortable queen size bed, oversized pillows, large five drawer dresser, night stands, and closet. Wi-Fi is available throughout the house and on the patio. If travelling with children, we do have another room available right across the hall that has either a daybed with twin trundle OR queen air mattress available for a minimal fee. Unlike most Airbnb's; coffee, tea, juice and muffins are included with your stay, but if you prefer, a hearty continental or even a full breakfast, one can be prepared for you for a nominal fee. Darlene owns a catering business, so the options are endless as well as delicious! Also, box lunches can be provided for your day travels and dinner options are available in the evening if needed. Nominal fees apply and 24 hour notice needed. Bathroom is shared and boasts a walk-in shower, two sinks, thick fluffy towels, plenty of counter space for toiletries, and a soaking tub with fireplace which is perfect to relax in after a day of sightseeing. There is a washer and dryer on site should you need to use one. You will be sharing the house with your hosts, our son, and two small rescue terriers. Our dogs are our "fur children' so you must love dogs if you stay here. Come enjoy the slower pace of the San Diego backcountry. We are conveniently located with quick freeway access just 35 minutes from downtown San Diego and popular tourist attractions like Comic-Con, the Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, beaches, Sea World and the world famous San Diego Zoo. 35 minutes east you will find beautiful Mount Laguna, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Pacific Crest Trail access and the old mining town of Julian. About an hour east brings you to the desert, where natural beauty and recreation abound. 5 miles away, Viejas Casino boasts a beautiful outlet center, casino, day spa and restaurants. 15 miles away, Sycuan Resort has a casino with entertainment, restaurants and three golf courses for your disposal. Yet this home is a retreat and haven unto itself. We look forward to meeting you. Come enjoy the slower pace of San Diego backcountry. Guest AccessYou have access to the living room and the family room where you can enjoy watching tv or a movie, play a game, or nestle up with a book. Walk around the 2 1/2 acres, visit with the chickens from whom your breakfast eggs come from if you choose that option, or during the summer enjoy a dip in the pool to cool off. Gas and charcoal bbq's are available as well as the fridge and microwave. Play horseshoes, or enjoy the large, quiet, wrap around patio with different areas to kick up your feet and enjoy panoramic views to the Pacific Ocean and surrounding mountains. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy talking to our guests, but will give you your space and privacy as well. We will remain in residence during your stay, and offer extensive knowledge of local shopping, restaurants, beaches, backcountry activities (hiking, biking, camping, etc.) as well as all of the major So Cal attractions if needed. The NeighborhoodOur secluded home is located on 2 1/2 acres and sits at the end of a private street, up a private driveway, nestled next to Viejas Mountain in the Cleveland National Forest area of Alpine. Alpine has several restaurants and a world-class craft brewery, Alpine Beer Company. The Brewery has a tasting room, growler fills, bottles and merchandise. The Pub features inside and outside dining with a dog friendly patio and two awesome bars, one inside and one outside. Getting AroundA private vehicle is not necessary for a stay here, but if you plan to sightsee it is recommended. We have also hosted guests who were "passing through" and arrived on bikes. Parking is included with your stay. If you do need assistance getting around, Terry is an Uber driver and would gladly assist you. Other Things to NoteIf you would like meals prepared for you we would love to assist you with that. Darlene owns a catering business, so the options are endless as well as delicious! Also, box lunches can be prepared for your day travels if needed. Nominal fees apply and 24 hour notice needed.
Bedroom
Excellent
39 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpacePrivate bedroom in a pueblo style home. Room is furnished with a double futon bed and shares a hallway bathroom. There is a ceiling fan, a bookcase full of books and a TV with wifi to watch Netflix. In the corner is a comfy rocker - the perfect spot to sit and read. Come enjoy the countryside, where you can actually see the stars at night! We are conveniently located just 35 minutes from downtown San Diego and popular tourist attractions like Comic-Con, world famous beaches and the San Diego Zoo. 35 minutes east you will find beautiful Mount Laguna, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Pacific Crest Trail access and the town of Julian. About an hour east brings you to the desert, where natural beauty and recreation abound. 13 miles away, Viejas Casino boasts a beautiful outlet center. 4 miles away, Sycuan has a casino with entertainment and the golf resort of Singing Hills. Come enjoy the slower pace of the San Diego backcountry. We supply you with bottled water, cofee, tea and and muffins to get something in your belly before you take off for an adventure. If you are in the mood for a massage, Barbara is a therapist with amazing healing hands. (Please arrange ahead of time to ensure availability.) If you are a hiker and need a guide, Randy is an experienced PCT hiker, who will be happy to assist with drop-off and pick-up in the local mountains, or whatever your hiking/backpacking needs are. Bikers of all kinds, frequently go by on Harbison Canyon Road, which is part of a larger biking loop. Harbison Canyon, a little hamlet between the towns of El Cajon and Alpine, California was named for John Stewart Harbison who was actually a bee keeper who moved here in 1874. After 7 years he was reported to be the largest honey producer in the world. Harbison Canyon has an old reputation of being a biker haven with Big Oak Ranch and home to a nudist colony called the Swallows! The Ranch has been closed for years, but the Swallows is still there, rebuilt after the 2003 Cedar Fire that burned it to the ground. You can't help craning your neck a little as you drive by, even tho' the new fence is pretty solid! Nowadays there's not much going on here, although bikers of all kinds like to bike through our little scenic byway, stopping only to buy refreshment at the Canyon Store, a short walk from our place. Across the street from the store is Old Ironsides Park which boasts a nearly year-round stream, beautiful oak trees, 3 playgrounds, picnic area and old Kumeyaay Indian relics which can be found near the stream. We enjoy talking to our guests, finding out about where they live and providing information on the local area. We do work during the week, but are usually around on the weekends. Since we are in a rural area, public transportation is sparse. If you enjoy walking or biking, it is possible, though to get here without a car! The San Diego Trolley does come into the El Cajon Transit Center. From there, you can take the 864 bus to Alpine Blvd and Arnold Way, although there is no "bus stop" there, I think the driver could let you off at the stop sign there. If not, there is a stop at Peutz Valley Road. From there it is a 2.6 mile walk to our home, heading south on Peutz Valley Road (which is a dirt road and up a hill for about 1/4 mile), then left on Arnold Way, right on Harbison Canyon Road, which starts out flat, then goes downhill. When you reach the little Canyon Store, we are just around the corner, taking a right on Almyra. It is also possible to bike this route. The trolley and buses do accommodate bikes and as said previously, our place is right on a popular biking route. So, hike, bike or drive yourself to our little haven and say goodbye to the hustle and bustle! Guest AccessGuests have access to the upstairs shared bathroom. Downstairs in the foyer, we serve coffee, tea and muffins in the morning. Our downstairs living room is a comfortable spot to relax, socialize, read a book or play some board games. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy talking to our guests, finding out about where they live and providing information on the local area. We do work during the week, but are usually around on the weekends. Getting AroundSince we are in a rural area, public transportation is sparse. If you enjoy walking or biking, it is possible, though to get here without a car! The San Diego Trolley does come into the El Cajon Transit Center. From there, you can take the 864 bus to Alpine Blvd and Arnold Way, although there is no "bus stop" there, I think the driver could let you off at the stop sign there. If not, there is a stop at Peutz Valley Road. From there it is a 2.6 mile walk to our home, heading south on Peutz Valley Road (which is a dirt road and up a hill for about 1/4 mile), then left on Arnold Way, right on Harbison Canyon Road, which starts out flat, then goes downhill. When you reach the little Canyon Store, we are just around the corner, taking a right on Almyra. It is also possible to bike this route. The trolley and buses do accommodate bikes and as said previously, our place is right on a popular biking route.
Bedroom
Excellent
31 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceLast minute reservations ok! Private bedroom in a pueblo style house with a queen bed and shared hallway bathroom. The room has a small balcony, a ceiling fan and a TV with videos. The house is equipped with wifi. We have a cat named Aria and a dog named Reese, who are very friendly. We supply you with bottled water, cofee, tea and and muffins to get something in your belly before you take off for an adventure. Come enjoy the countryside, conveniently located just 35 minutes from downtown San Diego and popular tourist attractions like Comic-Con, the San Diego Zoo and the world-famous beaches. 35 minutes east you will find beautiful Mount Laguna, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Pacific Crest Trail access and the town of Julian. About an hour east brings you to the desert, where natural beauty and recreation abound. 13 miles away, Viejas Casino boasts a beautiful outlet center. 4 miles away, Sycuan has a casino with entertainment and the golf resort of Singing Hills. Come enjoy the slower pace of the San Diego backcountry. If you are in the mood for a massage, Barbara is a therapist with amazing healing hands. If you are a hiker and need a guide, Randy is an experienced PCT hiker, who will be happy to assist with drop-off and pick-up in the local mountains, or whatever your hiking/backpacking needs are. Bikers of all kinds, frequently go by on Harbison Canyon Road, which is part of a larger biking loop. Harbison Canyon, a little hamlet between the towns of El Cajon and Alpine, California was named for John Stewart Harbison who was actually a bee keeper who moved here in 1874. After 7 years he was reported to be the largest honey producer in the world. Harbison Canyon has an old reputation of being a biker haven with Big Oak Ranch and home to a nudist colony called the Swallows! The Ranch has been closed for years, but the Swallows is still there, rebuilt after the 2003 Cedar Fire that burned it to the ground. You can't help craning your neck a little as you drive by, even tho' the new fence is pretty solid! Nowadays there's not much going on here, although bikers of all kinds like to bike through our little scenic byway, stopping only to buy refreshment at the Canyon Store, a short walk from our place. Across the street from the store is Old Ironsides Park which boasts a nearly year-round stream, beautiful oak trees, 3 playgrounds, picnic area and old Kumeyaay Indian relics which can be found near the stream. So, hike, bike or drive yourself to our little haven and say goodbye to the hustle and bustle! Guest AccessGuests have access to the upstairs bathroom, which is adjacent to this bedroom. Downstairs in the foyer we supply coffee, tea and muffins in the morning. Our downstairs living room is a comfortable spot to relax, socialize, read a book or play some board games. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy talking to our guests, finding out about where they live and providing information on the local area. We do work during the week, but are usually around on the weekends. The NeighborhoodHarbison Canyon is a peaceful little village nestled in between the towns of El Cajon and Alpine. It is mostly residential, with just one business, a small market about a block from our home. Getting AroundPublic transit is 3 miles away, so it is best to have your own vehicle.
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Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur travel trailer is a toy hauler with bunk queens and two side twin beds that double as sofas. There is a nice sized fridge, a workable kitchen supplied with your basic needs and a decent sized bathroom (for an RV) with a tub/shower. It is rented in place and can accommodate 4 people comfortably and up to 6 as long as you don't mind togetherness! We also have a retro Coleman pop-up tent trailer next to the toy hauler that sleeps 4-5 in two King sized beds and a convertible dinette. This can be added on to the Glamping trailer reservation if desired. Between the two, we can accommodate groups of up to 10 people. Message me for details and prices. Come enjoy the countryside, where you can actually see the stars at night! See how many shooting stars you see during the Perseid Meteor shower! We are conveniently located just 35 minutes from downtown San Diego and popular tourist attractions like Comic-Con, Balboa Park, the beautiful beaches and the San Diego Zoo. 35 minutes east you will find Mount Laguna, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Pacific Crest Trail access and the town of Julian. About an hour east brings you to the desert, where natural beauty and recreation abound. 13 miles away, Viejas Casino boasts a beautiful outlet center. 4 miles away, Sycuan has a casino with entertainment and the golf resort of Singing Hills. Come enjoy the slower pace of the San Diego backcountry. Harbison Canyon, a little hamlet between the towns of El Cajon and Alpine, California was named for John Stewart Harbison who was actually a bee keeper who moved here in 1874. After 7 years he was reported to be the largest honey producer in the world. Harbison Canyon has an old reputation of being a biker haven with Big Oak Ranch and home to a nudist colony called the Swallows! The Ranch has been closed for years, but the Swallows is still there, rebuilt after the 2003 Cedar Fire that burned it to the ground. You can't help craning your neck a little as you drive by, even tho' the new fence is pretty solid! Nowadays there's not much going on here, although bikers of all kinds like to bike through our little scenic byway, stopping only to buy refreshment at the Canyon Store, a short walk from our place. Across the street from the store is Old Ironsides Park which boasts a nearly year-round stream, beautiful oak trees, 3 playgrounds, picnic area and old Kumeyaay Indian relics which can be found near the stream. Harbison Canyon is a great base camp for seeing all things San Diego!We are located about 35 minutes east of the world famous beaches and San Diego Zoo. Hiking trails abound in all directions. The little town of Alpine, just 5 miles up the road has restaurants galore, along with many cutesy little shops. Keep heading east and you'll find Rancho Cuyamaca State Park, Lake Cuyamaca, Mount Laguna and the old mining town of Julian. The Pacific Crest Trail runs through the Back Country, starting at the Mexican Border and ending at the Canadian Border. We can drop you off there and you can hike till heart's (or feet's) content! 13 miles away, Viejas boasts a beautiful Casino with outlet center. 4 miles away, Sycuan has a Casino with entertainment and the golf resort of Singing Hills. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy talking to our guests, finding out about where they live and providing information on the local area. We do work during the week, but are usually around on the weekends. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is a pretty canyon east of San Diego, with eclectic homes with more elbow room than in the city. The location is perfect for exploring all of San Diego. In about 30 minutes you can be either at the beach or in the mountains, ready to spread out your towel and sunbathe, or put on your hiking boots and hit the trail! Your hosts are equipped to help you plan your adventures no matter where your heart is leading you. Getting AroundSince we are in a rural area, public transportation is sparse. If you enjoy walking or biking, it is possible, though to get here without a car! The San Diego Trolley does come into the El Cajon Transit Center. From there, you can take the 864 bus to Alpine Blvd and Arnold Way, although there is no "bus stop" there, I think the driver could let you off at the stop sign there. If not, there is a stop at Peutz Valley Road. From there it is a 2.6 mile walk to our home, heading south on Peutz Valley Road (which is a dirt road and up a hill for about 1/4 mile), then left on Arnold Way, right on Harbison Canyon Road, which starts out flat, then goes downhill. When you reach the little Canyon Store, we are just around the corner, taking a right on Almyra. It is also possible to bike this route. The trolley and buses do accommodate bikes and as said previously, our place is right on a popular biking route.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThere is no place on Earth quite like it. It is a great home in which to be engulfed in its organic form and ensemble of wood, brick, stained glass, ceramic tile, bronze and iron. There are no rectangles, only curves, arches, vaults and alcoves. Sit and read, listen to music, love your spouse, lover or self and behold art. It has one queen-size bed up the steep stairs with railings to the loft bedroom, so it's only for 1-2 physically-fit adults with good balance and mobility. It features a comfortable, new Casper mattress. Enjoy looking out at the stars through the huge window doors, possibly open in fair weather. It's not NY, LA, or any bustling downtown (though SD is just 30-40 min. away.) You'll also see and hear birds, squirrels and (in the winter and spring) the cascading flow of seasonal Alpine Creek on site. In full disclosure, there is some background traffic noise outdoors, from the nearby Interstate 8 highway, though it is modest to most when indoors. Any music played at low volume will drown it out, and to date it has never interfered with a guest's sleep (even the nightly frogs are louder one-third of the year, in a naturally-comforting manner.) Still, if one wants quiet when outdoors, this location may not be the best for them. Also, because of it's natural country country setting, on a 2/3 acre lot, there are some creatures about (hawks, owls, squirrels, field mice, etc.) Mice are reduced by pest control, but may possibly sneak inside. I keep the home very clean, but can't guarantee a mouse might enter an open window or door at night. (It has only happened 2% of the time.) The entire 800 SF "art" house, including use of all appliances, dishware, utensils, cleaning supplies, furnishings, books, magazines and CD's. Upon request, a guest artist may access a separate studio on site. I will only approve guests with whom I first communicate and trust to protect this home. I will be HAPPY to assist all approved guests with their comfortable stay at my home, in the Alpine community, indeed all of San Diego County, with helpful information and personal suggestions. I will be present for the guest's arrival with keys and orientation. I love to travel and appreciate the arts, and enjoy other people who do as well! If you'd like, and time permitting, I'll show you to nearby restaurants, a great pub, a natural hiking park and/or discuss San Diego and environs, and the house itself. I want you to cherish and fondly remember your visit. Alpine is often hot in the summer, though nights are usually cool, so open windows will naturally cool the house after 8 pm. The AC will keep the downstairs comfortable, but the BR loft may still be warm until late night. The bedroom used after midnight is a delight. The area can be chilly to cold in the winter but the beautiful fireplace, heaters, comforter, quilt and blankets make the home comfy inside. Sweaters and jackets are recommended November-March. Guest AccessThe guest will have full use of the kitchen, including stove, microwave, coffee makers, refrigerator and dishwasher. Utensils, plates, bowls, glasses, pots and pans, etc., may be used, all to be cleaned after use. The cable television, two Bluetooth speakers, and fireplace are also for guests use. The host's books, magazines and CD's may be enjoyed on site. A basic studio building may also be requested for use by artists. Interaction with GuestsI will warmly greet the guests and go over the operating instructions and convey helpful and requested info at check in. This usually takes 30-45 minutes. After that, I will not be on the premises. The guests have complete privacy, though I may be called and texted for any questions. The NeighborhoodAlpine is an inland "town-like" community of the county, 30-35 miles from downtown San Diego, SAN airport, the Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, dozens of museums and theaters, and hundreds of restaurants, and 35-45 minutes from Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, La Jolla and Coronado. Yet this home is a semi-rural retreat on 2/3 of an acre we affectionately call The Shire. Alpine has several restaurants and the world-class Alpine Beer Company. It is within 30 minutes of trail hiking in beautiful Cuyamaca Rancho State Park and Mount Laguna in the Cleveland National Forest, and just four miles from hiking in a 400-acre natural open space in Alpine called Wright's Field. Numerous mountain biking trails are also near. Area attractions include the Sky Falconry and the Lions, Tigers & Bears animal rescue, often open for paying visitors with reservations and donations, respectively. The back yard of the home includes Alpine Creek, which flows seasonally after rains, mostly in December-April. Then it has pleasing cascading water and delightful chorale frogs "singing" at night. Getting AroundA car is nearly essential, not only get to this home but most of San Diego's attractions. Though a bus serves the street, and trollies from the El Cajon Transit Center, 1-2 hour system travel times may not be preferred by most. Driving a personal or rental car is recommended whenever possible, as the nearby Interstate 8 is usually fast, not congested. Other Things to NoteI will be available by email, text and cell phone to answer any guests' questions, within hours if not within minutes. Friends of this home may Like it (but not reserve it) on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)
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5br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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The SpaceThis beautiful home was custom built by a very unusually creative and homespun woman and her talented husband to their specifications and they just kept adding as the years passed (40 yrs) to create a very unique space. There are three entirely different kitchens and living spaces including six bedrooms that are each decorated with a different style of antiques & color schemes. Some beds are king size, some are queen size. There is also room to keep horses temporarily, with riding trails all over the valley, should you wish to visit the valley with your horses. Guest AccessIt is close enough to the city of San Diego to enjoy what it has to offer, such as the Zoo, museums, sports activities, the beaches, the SD harbor, The Old Globe in Balboa Park, nearby Anza-Borrego Desert, the Laguna mountains with old mining towns such as Julian, Palomar Mt. and so much more! Interaction with GuestsWe are prepared to offer catered meals if desired or the cooking is left up to you! Our property manager lives on site, and can help or stay out of your hair depending on your needs. The NeighborhoodThis is a very rural neighborhood. Each parcel is 7.5 acres, so one rarely sees the neighbors and only with binoculars!! Getting AroundThere is no public transport. Bring your own car!! Other Things to NoteFeel free to ask for help or suggestions to thorougly enjoy your stay.
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4br house
  • Pets Allowed
Whether traveling alone or with your family, relax and spend your vacation in this Spanish Style ranch on 3 acres. Quiet, surrounded by mountains. Room to bring your horses, dogs. Custom tile throughout the home. Tile and wood flooring. Master-bedroom with Jacuzzi tub. Enjoy free range eggs in the morning! 25 min. to San Diego, 30 min to Sea World, Zoo.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceEnjoy a resort-like property with stunning view & lots of open space which is located in an upscale neighborhood. Guest villa is brand new in 2016 with a full kitchen. It is detached and has a private access so you have all your privacy. Guests could stroll our vineyard and perhaps help crushing grapes at harvest time. Take a morning walk in the neighborhood, dip in the pool in summer or just have a glass of wine or a cup of tea, relax and enjoy the beautiful sunset. It is also perfect for stargazing at night. There is a second detached bathroom (toilet, sink & cold shower) available just a few steps from the guest villa where the washer & dryer are located. Guest AccessGuests could stroll around everywhere in the property except the main house. Feel free to roam the backyard vineyard, orchard & use the pool (not heated). Interaction with GuestsWe live in the main house and respect your privacy but will be readily available by phone or text if needed. You may see us working in the backyard sometimes. Will adjust to each guest's privacy level :-)! The NeighborhoodBlossom Valley is an upscale equestrian community. Most properties in here are 2+ acres. So you will be in a very open area where you could find nice views and tranquility while not far from "civilization." Why get yourself stuck in a tiny hotel room when you could enjoy a resort-style vacation for much less! Getting AroundWe are not close to public transportation so you need to have a car. Ample parking on the street or you could drive in to park your vehicle in front of the guest villa. It's about 30 minutes to San Diego Airport, Downtown (cruise terminal, Balboa Park, Zoo, Convention Center etc.) & Old Town, 35 minutes to Sea World. 20 minutes to trolley station where you could park your car & the trolley will take you to most San Diego's sights, including the Convention Center & the Mexican Border. 15-20 minutes to casinos & shopping outlet. 20 minutes to the snow near Lake Cuyamaca. Other Things to NoteNeed to walk up the stairs to the main house area to access the pool. Pool is not heated.
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4br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
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The SpaceBeautiful is an understatement. 4 bedrooms and sleeps 16-20 This home contains brand new couches, tvs, beds, laundry and so much more! Did we mention there is a treehouse?! There is... Guest AccessAdditional Amenities (just ask!): Hosted Breakfast Catered Lunch Hosted Dinner Private, Luxurious, BEAUTIFUL! Interaction with GuestsWe have the option of a hosted and an un-hosted stay. Please feel free to contact one of our EXPERIENCE HOSTS for tours of San Diego - Boat Rentals - Kayak Rentals and MORE! Call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and ask for An EXPERIENCE HOST! The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is EPIC. This home sits on the top of the hill and you will be the neighborhood royalty! Getting AroundIf you need any black car services or anything delivered to your home during your stay, please just ask. If you are planning to host an event at our home, please ask about our valet services for an additional cost. Parking is limited. Other Things to NoteWe offer a hosted or un-hosted situation. The hosts live in this home in their separate wing and are early 30 somethings. If you would like the home to yourself, they are open to that too, it just costs a little more :).
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4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceBeautiful is an understatement. The guest wing of the home contains 4 bedrooms and sleeps 16- 20 comfortably. This home contains couches, tvs, beds, laundry and so much more! Did we mention there is a treehouse?! Guest AccessThe entire Guest wing of the home is yours. Additional Costs (just ask!): Hosted Breakfast Hosted Dinner Private, Luxurious, BEAUTIFUL! Interaction with GuestsWe have the option of a hosted and an un-hosted stay. Please feel free to contact one of our EXPERIENCE HOSTS for tours of San Diego - Boat Rentals - Kayak Rentals and MORE! Call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and ask for An EXPERIENCE HOST! The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is EPIC. This home sits on the top of the hill and you will be the neighborhood royalty! Quiet and serene neighborhood with epic views. Getting AroundIf you need any black car services or any other VIP Concierge Services during your stay, just ask. If you are planning to host an event at our home, please ask about our valet services at an additional cost. Parking is limited. Other Things to NoteThis property is hosted by the homeowners, but they are in and out of the home as they live very busy lives. They are both in their early 30s and very friendly.
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  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
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  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceGet a good nights sleep in a peaceful, quite room which includes a daybed with twin trundle OR queen air mattress, oversized pillows, three drawer dresser, and night stand. Wi-Fi is available throughout the house and on the patio. Unlike most Airbnb's; coffee and tea are included with your stay, but if you prefer, a hearty continental, or a full breakfast, one can be prepared for you for a nominal fee. Darlene owns a catering business, so the options are endless as well as delicious! Also, box lunches can be provided for your day travels and dinner options are available in the evening if needed. Nominal fees apply and 24 hour notice needed. Bathroom is shared and has a walk-in shower, two sinks, thick fluffy towels, plenty of counter space for toiletries, and a soaking tub with fireplace which is perfect to relax in after a day of sightseeing. There is a washer and dryer on site should you need to use one. You will be sharing the house with your hosts, our son, and two small rescue terriers. Our dogs are our fur kids so you must love dogs if you stay here. Come enjoy the slower pace of the San Diego backcountry. We are conveniently located with quick freeway access just 35 minutes from downtown San Diego and popular tourist attractions like Comic-Con, the Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, beaches, Sea World and the world famous San Diego Zoo. 35 minutes east you will find beautiful Mount Laguna, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Pacific Crest Trail access and the old mining town of Julian. About an hour east brings you to the desert, where natural beauty and recreation abound. 5 miles away, Viejas Casino boasts a beautiful outlet center, casino, day spa, and restaurants. 15 miles away, Sycuan Resort has a casino with entertainment, restaurants and three golf courses for your disposal. Yet this home is a retreat and haven unto itself. We look forward to meeting you. Come enjoy the slower pace of San Diego backcountry. Guest AccessYou have access to the living room and the family room where you can enjoy watching tv or a movie, play a game, or nestle up with a book. Walk around the 2 1/2 acres, visit with the chickens from whom your breakfast eggs come from, or during the summer enjoy a dip in the pool to cool off. Gas and charcoal bbq's are available as well as the fridge and microwave. Play horseshoes, or enjoy the large, quiet, wrap around patio with different areas to kick up your feet and enjoy panoramic views to the Pacific Ocean and surrounding mountains. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy talking to our guests, but will give you your space and privacy as well. We will remain in residence during your stay, and offer extensive knowledge of local shopping, restaurants, beaches, backcountry activities (hiking, biking, camping, etc.) as well as all of the major So Cal attractions if needed. The NeighborhoodOur secluded home is located on 2 1/2 acres and sits at the end of a private street, up a private driveway, nestled next to Viejas Mountain in the Cleveland National Forest area of Alpine. Alpine has several restaurants and a world-class craft brewery, Alpine Beer Company. The Brewery has a tasting room, growler fills, bottles and merchandise. The Pub features inside and outside dining with a dog friendly patio and two awesome bars, one inside and one outside. Getting AroundA private vehicle is not necessary for a stay here, but if you plan to sightsee it is recommended. We have also hosted guests who were "passing through" and arrived on bikes. Parking is included with your stay. If you do need assistance getting around, Terry is an Uber driver and would gladly assist you. Other Things to NoteIf you would like meals prepared for you we would love to assist you with that. Darlene owns a catering business, so the options are endless and delicious! Also, box lunches can be prepared for your day travels if needed. Nominal fees apply and 24 hour notice needed.
hotel
Poor
393 reviews
99br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in the heart of Alpine, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Viejas Casino, Viejas Outlet Center, and Sycuan Casino. Boomers El Cajon and Knox House Museum are also within 16 mi (25 km).
hotel
Poor
345 reviews
128br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Alpine, this resort is steps from Viejas Casino and Viejas Outlet Center. Sycuan Casino is 10.8 mi (17.4 km) away.
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I live in a home off 2.8 acres of land. The view out here is amazing and it is so peaceful and quiet. I have one dog and 3 cats who keep me entertained. If you want a relaxing and peaceful place to stay, this is it!
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The SpaceOur rustic tent cabin offers "glamping" at it's finest. Set in our private backyard setting in Harbison Canyon in rural East San Diego County, our canvas walled tent is the same type of shelter used by the pioneers, trappers, miners and hunters of early America. We also have a fire ring and picnic table so you'll feel like you are camping in the wilderness, but with the conveniences of home. Away from the city lights, the night sky is spectacular. You'll also enjoy all the sounds of country living with the bird calls, coyote howls and more. Our tent cabin is furnished with antiques that give it a homey feel. Furniture includes a double bed in antique iron frame, two chairs, a domed steamer trunk and a parlor stove that can be used for heat on cold nights. Please note that the canvas material of the tent protects you from the elements, but does not provide insulation from heat or cold. We also have a small electric heater and an electric fan to keep the temperature comfortable. We are conveniently located just 30 minutes from downtown San Diego and popular tourist attractions like Comic-Con, Balboa Park, the beautiful beaches and the world famous San Diego Zoo. 35 minutes east you will find beautiful Mount Laguna, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Pacific Crest Trail access and the historic gold mining town of Julian. About an hour east brings you to the Anza Borrego desert with its unique flora and fauna. Within a very few miles are several sovereign nations of Kumeyaay Indians including the Viejas, Sycuan and Barona tribal bands. The Sycuan Resort - about 5 minutes away - features up close live concert events and golfing. The Viejas Casino includes an expansive outlet shopping center and the Barona Resort has an amazing buffet and other activities. There is much to be enjoyed in San Diego's peaceful East County. Guest AccessYou are welcome to enjoy the covered deck, sipping coffee or tea and breakfast treats that Amanda provides, or relaxing and enjoying a California sunset. A small refrigerator on the deck is also available for your use. There is a coffee maker in the kitchen, where we supply coffee and condiments. Just inside the sliding door off the deck you will find the downstairs bathroom of the house easily accessible with private toilet, sink and shower. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy talking to our guests as much or little as they prefer. We like finding out about where they live and also providing information on the local area. We do work during the week, but are usually around on the weekends. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is set in a pretty canyon and our house is located steps from Old Ironsides County Park, which has a multitude of shady Oak trees, picnic tables, two playgrounds and a basketball court. The Canyon Store, a small convenience store, is within walking distance. We are centrally located. Within 30 minutes you can be in the mountains to the east, at the beach to the west, or in Tijuana, Mexico to the south. Pick the destination of your choice and know you'll have a homey spot to come back to at the end of the day when you stay with us at Camp Jackson! Getting AroundWe are in a less populated neighborhood and in a rural area, thus public transportation is limited. The closest bus stop is about 3 miles away. The San Diego Trolley does come into the El Cajon Transit Center. From there, you can take the 864 bus to Peutz Valley Road. From there it is a 2.6 mile walk or bike ride to our home, heading south on Peutz Valley Road (which is a dirt road and up a hill for about 1/4 mile), then left on Arnold Way, right on Harbison Canyon Road, which starts out flat, then goes downhill. When you reach the little Canyon Store, turn left and we are just up the street on East Noakes St. It is possible to bike this route. The trolley and buses accommodate bicycles and Harbison Canyon is a popular biking route. Other Things to NoteYou will hear more "country" sounds. We have two chickens and our neighbors have dogs and wildlife abounds. Being an canvas tent, you will probably hear the sounds of nature.
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4br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
Whether traveling alone or with your family, relax and spend your vacation in this Spanish Style ranch on 3 acres. Quiet, surrounded by mountains. Room to bring your horses, dogs. Custom tile throughout the home. Tile and wood flooring. Master-bedroom with Jacuzzi tub. Enjoy free range eggs in the morning! 25 min. to San Diego, 30 min to Sea World, Zoo.
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe property provides lovely four bedrooms that can accommodate up to a maximum of sixteen guests. For the bathrooms, we got you three inside the house! This home contains so many amenities, alongside with our brand new comfortable couches, TVs, beds, laundry and so much more! Wait!…Did we mention there is a tree house?! There is… This home is generally used as a vacation rental or traditional rental but makes for an absolutely amazing wedding or event venue as well. Guest AccessYou have an access to every amenities that is allowed for you to use, such as indoor fireplace, kitchen, guest bedrooms and more. For Additional Amenities (do not hesitate to ask us): – Hosted Breakfast – Catered Lunch – Hosted Dinner – Limo Services Interaction with GuestsWe have the option of a hosted and an unhosted stay. Please feel free to contact one of our EXPERIENCE HOSTS for tours of San Diego – Boat Rentals – Kayak Rentals and MORE! Getting AroundIf you need any black car services or anything delivered to your home during your stay, please just email us or send a text message. If you are planning to host an event at our home, please ask about our valet services for an additional cost. Other Things to NoteParking is limited.
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1br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceThrow the kids in the car, some provisions in a cooler and go camping on our property! No tent to pitch, or sleeping bags to find. Come hang out where you can actually see the stars at night, rest & rejuvenate your soul at your home away from home! This sweet little pop up tent trailer lets up to 5 people camp in comfort, economically! The sides are canvas with zip down windows, which allow for a cross breeze, or zipped up tight for less air ventilation. What's nice to have are the solid lower walls and floor, unlike a tent. We have covered the sofa cushions with a pretty tropical print and added a pop of color with some bright striped curtains that can close off each of the two King sized beds for privacy. You will be amazed at how roomy this trailer is! Keep in mind that there is no air conditioning in this unit, so it will be warm inside during the hot summer days. But that's when you will be out exploring anyway, right? There is an oscillating tower fan to help keep the air moving. Summer evenings in our area are typically around a perfect 70 degrees. Our pop-up is equipped with electricity, stove, and tiny fridge. There are some basic kitchen supplies including a coffee pot, tea kettle and kitchenware to help you with light cooking and clean-up. A portable BBQ is available. The comfy beds are already made with clean sheets and warm comforters. Outside is a little gazebo that provides shade. Water for cooking and clean up is right outside the door. (With her age, we have had some plumbing issues, so we we don't have running water to the sink right now.) Up in our house we have the Camper's Bathroom available to our guests, which includes a regular flush toilet and a shower. In the morning we have self-serve coffee, tea and muffins in the entryway of the house. Just down the street is Old Ironsides County Park with 3 playgrounds, picnic tables, barbecues, basketball court and a seasonal creek running through it. Guest AccessGuests have access to our Camper's Bathroom, which is attached to the main house. Interaction with GuestsWe interact with guests as much or as little as they like. Many times we find ourselves sitting on the front porch of the house chatting with our guests over coffee. We love that if time allows! We are also available for local recommendations for restaurants and activities. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is a pretty canyon east of San Diego, with eclectic homes with more elbow room than in the city. The location is perfect for exploring all of San Diego. In about 30 minutes you can be either at the beach or in the mountains, ready to spread out your towel and sunbathe, or put on your hiking boots and hit the trail! Your hosts are equipped to help you plan your adventures no matter where your heart is leading you. Getting AroundThe closest public transit is 3 miles away on Alpine Blvd. Other Things to NoteSome disclaimers about this space (as suggested by a guest): This is not a high tech RV. As stated above, it is a 1988 pop-up camper with a few issues. There is no running water in this camper. Water is available outside the camper at a hose bib and the bathroom shown in the photos is our Camper's Bathroom, which is attached to the rear of our house and is still being finished. On the PLUS side, this camper has very comfortable beds for 5, clean sheets, located in a safe neighborhood and is a very economical way to go!
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
    Other
    Excellent
    10 reviews
    1br Other
    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceOnly about 40 minutes from San Diego. Outdoor fun and exploring. Looking for hideouts and surrounding yourself with nature. There is a knotted rope behind the camper to climb that leads to a trail to hike up the mountain. At the very top there is rocks you can sit on and watch the sunset or simply the wonderful views at any time of the day. Guest AccessKitchenette, bathroom and shower, tents included for extra adventurous campers. Interaction with GuestsWe set up everything before the guests arrive according to what kind of event/vacation they are planning. And we can give them some tips on the property and we will have a binder with some instructions on how to work the camper. It is entirely up to the guest if they want to use the camper and have to follow these instructions or just relax and use more of the outdoor facilities we've invented. The NeighborhoodAnytime is a good time for a hike. You might want to bring some repellent. Getting AroundDescanso is about 10 minutes North and is a fun little village. Downtown Alpine is less than 15 minutes West and it offer quite a few things to do. Prana Camp is about 10 minutes past Viejas Casino. Exit Japatul Valley Rd. To the right and after a few miles exit Japatul Vista Ln. To the right and our camp is located less than a mile down the road to your left. Other Things to NoteWe do not have wifi.
    Glamping
    1br Glamping
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    The SpaceInquire about our Homestyle Thanksgiving Package! Our Sprit Sky tipi is our second tipi listing and our 6th Airbnb listing. If you click on our host names, you will see all our listings at the bottom of the page and be able to read our (over 100) reviews. This is a new listing for us, but we are very seasoned Airbnb hosts! This cozy tipi (12') is smaller than our Mystic Canyon tipi (18'), but more than makes up for it in ambiance. The full sized bed is warm and incredibly comfortable and the outside sitting area with chaise lounge, table, 2 chairs and umbrella. gives you plenty of room to relax and stargaze. We have even provided you with a chimnea (little clay fireplace) so you can enjoy a small fire and cook a marshmallow or two! (Weather/wind permitting.) Come rest & rejuvenate your soul at your home away from home! Please note that this is a SMALL tipi! The bed actually takes up most of the floor space. There is enough room at the foot of the bed to stand and room on the sides for some luggage, but that's about it! You will basically walk in and then sit/lay on the bed. This is similar to tent camping, although much more comfortable. The terrain around this tipi is gravel and dirt, much like a campground. Like a tent, the temperature inside the tipi will mirror outside temperatures. While you won't feel wind or rain (ok maybe a couple of drops coming through the pole hole), you will feel temperature extremes. If it's hot outside, it will be hot inside especially during the middle of the day. If it's cold outside, it will be cold inside, especially at night. We do have very warm bedding, so once in bed, you should be plenty warm, although if you tend to get cold, please let us know and we will provide you with extra blankets! We suggest you plan your stay accordingly. If you visit during warmer weather, plan an activity during the middle of the day, such as exploring, hiking or shopping. Come back when it's a little cooler, or you can play board games or just hang out in our air conditioned living room. There are also plenty of shady spots in our garden to relax and read a book. In colder weather, remember to pack your warmest jammies. We will do what we can to make you more comfortable, but we cannot control the weather! Generally speaking, the weather in our area is mild. We have a few 100+ degree days during the summer, but normally in the high 80's - 90's with nighttime temps comfortably between 60 -70 degrees. Winters are mild too, with a few nights that dip below freezing and daytime temps similar to the summer nights. We provide you with a propane heater in the winter to take the chill off. We supply you with bottled water, coffee or tea and muffins in the morning to get something in your belly before you take off for an adventure. Breakfast is self-serve and is available in the front entryway of the house. We are conveniently located just 30 minutes from downtown San Diego and popular tourist attractions like Comic-Con, Balboa Park, the beautiful beaches and the world famous San Diego Zoo. 35 minutes east you will find beautiful Mount Laguna, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Pacific Crest Trail access and the town of Julian. About an hour east brings you to the desert, where natural beauty and recreation abound. 13 miles away, Viejas Casino boasts a beautiful outlet center. 4 miles away, Sycuan has a casino with entertainment and the golf resort of Singing Hills. Come enjoy the slower pace of the San Diego backcountry. Guest AccessYou will be able to park right next to this tipi. Bathroom facilities are available a short walk up the hill in our Camper's Bathroom. We invite our guests to enjoy our air conditioned living room if outside temperatures are too toasty. Coffee,tea and muffins are available to our guests every morning in the front entry of the house. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy meeting our guests and chatting a bit, but we try not to be intrusive. If we are unable to be home at check-in time, or if the guest expects to arrive after 9:00 pm, we will send complete self check-in instructions. We are always available by messaging and try to respond within an hour, usually less. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is a pretty canyon east of San Diego, with eclectic homes with more elbow room than in the city. The location is perfect for exploring all of San Diego. In about 30 minutes you can be either at the beach or in the mountains, ready to spread out your towel and sunbathe, or put on your hiking boots and hit the trail! Your hosts are equipped to help you plan your adventures no matter where your heart is leading you. Getting AroundSince we are in a rural area, public transportation is sparse. If you enjoy walking or biking, it is possible, though to get here without a car! The San Diego Trolley does come into the El Cajon Transit Center. From there, you can take the 864 bus to Alpine Blvd and Arnold Way, although there is no "bus stop" there, I think the driver could let you off at the stop sign there. If not, there is a stop at Peutz Valley Road. From there it is a 2.6 mile walk to our home, heading south on Peutz Valley Road (which is a dirt road and up a hill for about 1/4 mile), then left on Arnold Way, right on Harbison Canyon Road, which starts out flat, then goes downhill. When you reach the little Canyon Store, we are just around the corner, taking a right on Almyra. It is also possible to bike this route. The trolley and buses do accommodate bikes and as said previously, our place is right on a popular biking route. Other Things to NoteThis being a more rural area, residents here do have animals and there is wildlife in our canyon. You will probably be awakened by roosters crowing, dogs barking or vehicular traffic hum from the main road. At night, you may hear coyotes and owls. Most people enjoy these "nature" sounds, but if you don't, we provide disposable ear plugs! As with the temperature, the tipi walls do not insulate against noise!
    Resort
    1br Resort
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceNestled in the foothills of San Diego, this Alpine home has a large tropical themed pool area. The solar heated pool is salt water with a waterfall and water slide, a BBQ station with full cooking capabilities that includes a sink and refrigerator. Throughout the outdoor area there are multi-level patios with umbrella's, covered porch and hammocks. The living space that you are occupying is located in the lower level of the main home. This area is exclusively for our guests. The 1200 sq. ft. suite is light and airy and has a great outdoor/indoor feel. Sliding doors allow for plenty of fresh air and access to the patios and pool. Guest AccessGuests have full use of the pool and BBQ station, outdoor patio's, lounge chairs and outdoor furniture. This property is hosted by the homeowners who live on the property. Interaction with GuestsWe are often not at home, but are available in the event that you need to contact us. We are both in our early 60's and friendly and active. We look forward to hosting you and can provide suggestions on nearby attractions, grocery stores, and any other needs you may have. We respect your privacy and will only be available if you choose to interact with us. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is private, safe and feels like you are in the country. Alpine is a small town, but boasts numerous restaurants, bars, the famous Alpine Brewing Co. which has won many medals for their beer, Baron's Grocery, Albertson, Starbucks, open spaces library/community center. You will love the peace and quiet ambiance of the community, as well as the property. Getting AroundYou will need a private car to get around. Public transportation and Uber is limited. Other Things to NoteAs hosts, we live on the property and depending on your stay, we may or may not be always physically on the property. During the summer season, we may enjoy the pool as well. The home is located in a more private area so we will provide you with easy to follow directions to arrive at the property. The GPS/(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) app is correct and will assist you in leading directly to the home.
    Estate
    5br Estate
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    A gorgeous gated entry starts your tour through this exclusive community of only 5 custom estates. This home sits on 25 acres of 360 degree views, including breathtaking views to Coronado Islands, Pacific Ocean, and your own private vineyard. Aside from the spectacular views, you will love the chef's kitchen featuring stainless steel Dacor appliances, 3 ovens, and a massive center island. This home is the perfect place for your next event, vacation, or family reunion!
    Glamping
    1br Glamping
    • Wifi
    This authentic tipi accommodation, perfect for a couples getaway, near San Diego, can accommodate two guests in a private garden. Located in rural Harbison Canyon in East San Diego County, come enjoy the countryside, which includes roosters crowing in the morning, owls calling to each other at night, and the local coyotes who can be heard "yipping" to each other. (Bring earplugs if you want to sleep in!) Enjoy seeing the stars come out every clear night and even have the moon shine through the open smoke flaps of the tipi. In the morning, enjoy home-baked muffins, fresh coffee, and tea.The tipi sits on top of a wooden deck and is furnished with a double futon bed, a table with two chairs, a small refrigerator, and a small bookcase. There is a heater and a fan to help make the temperature more comfortable, if necessary, but keep in mind that a tipi, like a tent, will mirror outside temperatures. While glampers won't feel wind or rain inside of the tipi, they will feel temperature extremes. If it's hot outside, it will be hot inside, especially during the middle of the day. If it's cold outside, it will be cold inside, especially at night. We do have very warm bedding, so once in bed, guets will be plenty toasty! The hosts suggest that guests plan their stay accordingly. If visiting during warmer weather, plan an activity during the middle of the day, such as exploring, hiking, or shopping. Come back when it's a little cooler, or play board games and just hang out in our air-conditioned living room of the main house. There are also plenty of shady spots in our garden to relax and read a book. In colder weather, remember to pack your warmest pajamas.In addition, the tipi does have electricity, including a heater, a lamp, an electric tea kettle, a small refrigerator, and Wi-Fi. Situated about 30 feet from the main house, guests will find the bathroom facilities and showers on the second floor of the main house.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    My place is close to Alpine Beer Company, Janet Montana's Cafe, Viejas Casino and Outlet Mall. You’ll love my place because of the kitchen. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).
    Home/Apartment
    4br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    Set on 2 acres of land, enjoy this 3500 square foot home with a beautiful view. Large pool and deck, BBQ area and various dinning areas. Walk to the chicken coop for fresh eggs daily or harvest your own fruit or vegies from the orchard and vegetable garden. Mountain hiking at Laguna mountains, 4000 elevation 15 min away, or enjoy the local Alpine Brewery down the road. Set 30 min to the east of San Diego, driving to the city or sites is close by. There is enough space in the house for at least 8 guests, with 3 bathrooms, 4 bedrooms and extra dens to enjoy.
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    3br Home/Apartment
    • Parking
    • Wifi
    This roomy 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home sits on a full acre of land with mature oaks and orchard. Includes a lovely patio with barbecue and large fenced pool area, great for entertaining. Enjoy the views and peaceful quiet of the mountains while being only 30 minutes from the beach, harbor and downtown San Diego as well as 10 minutes from 2 local resorts that offer fine dining, bowling, gaming, shopping and night life. Golfers will enjoy 5 nearby courses. Other nearby activities available include mountain biking, hiking, swimming and fishing.