Temecula, CA, USA

Temecula, CA, USA

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Where to stay near Temecula, CA?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 355 vacation rentals near Temecula. From 176 houses to 48 estates, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Temecula for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

History meets the modern day in Temecula

Temecula wows vacationers with its unique blend of Old West Americana and modern delights. When you’ve chosen your ideal Temecula vacation rental, you’ll find a range of attractions to keep the whole family entertained. Spend lazy days exploring the award-winning wineries amid the lush green surroundings of the Temecula Valley, get your culture fix as you meander through the city’s historic old town area, or feel the wind in your hair as you blaze across the region’s blue skies in a colorful hot air balloon. California never looked so good.

Tour Temecula’s wine country

If you’ve nabbed one of the Temecula vacation rentals in its wine country, then enjoying your favorite tipple at one of the many nearby wineries is a must. Several of the area’s vineyards combine traditional wine tasting rooms with luxurious day spas, a combination that pretty much guarantees a relaxing time. Get a bird’s eye view of the valley’s wineries, grand estates, and lush rolling landscape by taking a hot air balloon tour over the area. A perfect activity for the whole family although an equally good option for a romantic date, flights are available year-round, weather permitting.

Shopping and sightseeing in Temecula

Combine shopping and sightseeing with a trip to Old Town Temecula, a fascinating historic spot where unique boutiques and antique stores will help you part with some of your vacation spends. The Old Town is also home to the Old Temecula Community Theater, making it easy to get your culture fix alongside your retail therapy. If you’re traveling with kids, be sure to check out the wacky selection of handcrafted contraptions at Pennypickle’s Workshop in the Temecula Children’s Museum. As night falls in Old Town, The Temecula Stampede invites you to spend the night line dancing and bull riding.

Sunny skies in Temecula

Sunny skies and temperatures in the 90s make summer a great time to stay in Temecula. Bear in mind, though, the weekend crowds can be considerable in July and August and the prices for Temecula vacation rentals can be a little higher than during the rest of the year. The weather never gets truly terrible – even in winter you can expect temperatures in the high 60s, so a little flexibility will pay off. If you prefer to avoid the crowds but still enjoy decent weather, for example, stays during March and April are a good bet.

Lush green spaces to discover in Temecula

The green rolling hills of wine country are just the trailer when it comes to gorgeous outdoor spaces in Temecula. The 9,000-acre Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve with its winding trails and endangered plants is perhaps the cream of the crop when it comes to getting back to nature, although is by no means the only green space that will tempt you out of your Temecula vacation rental. A venture past the city limits brings other possibilities into play, among them horseback riding around Lake Skinner and day hikes along the Dripping Springs Trail near Palomar Mountain.