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Located on over 100 acres of privately owned property the Bunkhouse sits by itself among the pine and oak trees. Two bedrooms with queen beds and private bathrooms (one with a tub) are decorated with antiques and local art. A rather large and open, fully suited kitchen with a dishwasher, microwave, gas stove and oven has extended access to the bar area and dining room table. Totally restored in 2008, this is a combined camping and luxury experience with privacy and Mother Nature at it's best.
Wanting to make our family move from Colorado to Southern California as smooth as possible, my father elected to settle in the mountains east of San Diego in the Gold Mine town of Julian. I had the privilege of growing up, going to school and working in this small, family orientated town. Following college I tipped my toe in the fountain of travel and never turned back. Keeping the world at my finger tips and my small town in my heart, I moved back up to Julian and have combined my talents with the love of nature and the mountains.
Ronda purchased this bungalow in 2007
The Bunkhouse is unique in the fact that it has a great calming effect on those that visit it. Once you drive up you see how secluded and peaceful the location is with the wind blowing through the pines, a faint melody of wind chimes and the flutter of the birds on their feeders, you will understand why this makes a great vacation for those needing a one-on-one with nature.
Without a doubt the front porch is one of our favorite spots. Facing North Peak (south), the easterly breeze keeps the temperatures down and viewing optimal. The living room - especially in the winter with the wood burning stove fired up - is very comfortable and has several large windows that bring in the morning sunlight and evening stars. If you are looking for secluded but still rustic, with a touch of class vacation, then the Bunkhouse is for you.
We had a truly wonderful time at the Bunkhouse and were glad you and Mike joined us our first evening. The Bunkhouse is the most comfortable and inviting place to stay. The turkeys and their routine, the deer eating the birdseed from the feeder and of course the hummers and all of the other birds. The reunion was great Seeing so many of my friends and remembering those great school years together. We will look forward to coming back and spening more time on the that wonderful porch. Gail
Julian Apple Days (fall), Historical district, Local Wineries, Music Festivals (Blues Bash, Jazz Festival), Apple Picking (seasonal), Gold Panning, Gold Mine Tours, Horseback Riding, Star Gazing (seasonal), Borrego Springs Desert 40 minutes away, golf at Borrego Springs and Warrner Springs, Agaua Caliente Hot Springs about 45 minutes, fishing at Lake Cuyamaca (15 minutes away and boat rentals), and Sutherland Dam (open weekends seasonally, no boat rentals). Beaches are just over an hour away and San Diego is just over an hours drive including the World Famous San Diego Zoo, Sea World, Lego Land, Balboa Park, Old Town, Horton Plaza, Seaport Village, San Diego Harbor, Coronado, Petco Park, and the San Diego Wild Animal Park is just 45 minutes away. Lastly, San Diego Lindberg Field Airport is 1 hour and 15 minutes from the Bunkhouse.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
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