This Relaxing Desert Hideaway Is All You Need To Feel At One With Nature

All the comforts of home in a tranquil, colorful, and unpretentious boutique hotel will have you feeling like a free-spirited adventurer and one with the California desert. The aptly-named Spin and Margie’s Desert Hide-A-Way is a hacienda-inspired and eclectic inn located on a secluded desert road at the western entrance of the Joshua Tree National Park in southeastern California. Don’t expect to be coddled here; it’s more of self-catering atmosphere. But if you’re looking for relaxation, affordability, and easy access to the beautiful park, you’ll enjoy losing yourself here:

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Book your reservation here for what may become your most relaxing getaway ever. Most units have a complete kitchen, but be sure to stop at a store for groceries before your arrival. The getaway doesn’t having dining services on premises. However, there are local eateries, activities and music spots nearby. The inn is located at 64491 Twentynine Palms Hwy. in Joshua Tree, which is located about 47 miles northwest of Palm Springs, California.

While in California, you may want to also check out the magical desert bloom that is happening soon.