La Quinta House Rental Photos and Description
Information for the La Quinta 3 bedroom, 2 bath, sleeps 6, house rental
High in the La Quinta Cove. A quiet, residential community surrounded by the Santa Rosa mountains comprised of second or part-time homes and full-time residents. A very short drive to the village of La Quinta, La Quinta Resort, Olde Towne, restaurants and golfing. Or walk the cove's perimeter path and hike the natural trails at the top of the cove. It offers a relaxing setting on a quiet street with spectacular mountain views. This home is decorated in a comfortable relaxing theme. Its living room with fireplace looks out to the pool and patio. The courtyard/patio is surrounded by a perimeter privacy wall, high enough to afford a very private setting but still allowing for the mountain views to be enjoyed inside and out. One and a half blocks from wilderness park. Free HBO on demand movies, surround sound . 19 miles from palm springs aerial tramway, 9 miles to Living Desert Zoo. 6 miles to Pacific Life Tennis Center. 3 Miles to Silver Rock Golf Course
You are in the middle of paradise!: Shopping in Olde Towne La Quinta and nearby El Paseo in Palm Desert. Close to Joshua Tree National Park, Living Desert Zoo in Palm Desert. Lots of great golf courses to choose from. There is hiking, biking and much much more.
Sports Activities: Silver Rock Golf Course 5 miles away. All of the La Quinta Resort and Spa courses are 3 miles away. Arnold Palmer's Restaurant 3 miles away! Skiing at Snow Summit just over an hour away. Colorado River two hours away.
Known as the Playground of the Stars, Palm Springs is a celebrated California desert resort city, 110 miles east of Los Angeles and 140 miles northeast of San Diego.
Protected by the Little San Bernardino Mountains to the north, the Santa Rosa Mountains to the south, and the San Jacinto Mountains to the west, Palm Springs is renowned for its warm, dry climate.
With 354 days of sunshine, less than 6 inches of rain annually, and winter temperatures that average in the 70s (with nights in the low-to-mid 40s), is it any wonder that Palm Springs is an outdoor lover’s paradise?
And yes, swimming, sunbathing, golfing, and playing tennis are still the primary pastimes in Palm Springs. It is not unusual to do any of the above outdoor activities in 80-degree weather mid-winter, all while gazing at the snow-covered peaks of the San Jacintos.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Low Allergen Environment
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome