A differrent way to enjoy
Hosted by Glamping Ruta De Arte Y Vino
Glamping Ruta De Arte Y Vino is the host.
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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Caravel 1965 Airstrem
¡ An amazing experience !
Stay in our renovated 1965 vintage camper! Super cozy unique vintage sailor themed space (17' ), area for outdoor barbecuing and relaxing, bikes, telescope and acoustic guitar. Hippie campground rustic outside services kitchen and we are developing more bathrooms

The space

Caravel 1965 Airstrem

¡ An amazing experience !
Camper has 1 full bed size , red dining table and seats and hand-wash.
A different way to enjoy the outdoors, glamping hospitality in a group of 60's Airstreams, completely restored and customized. An option of sustainable tourism .
offering escorted guided tours!!

Glamping Art and Wine Route
Is a family project where we share our private collection of Airstream caravans, as well as our passtime of restoration with the visitors of the Guadalupe Valley Wine Route in Ensenada Baja California, Mexico.

Enjoy privacy and all the sounds of nature makes it a unique experience. the bathrooms are outside, this is a campground.

Guest access

Why stay with us? We are a family that we love Airstreams and we made our collection of Airstreams with different models and years !! we restore and made habitable . Quoting a price in the market for each of 16,000 dlls . we welcome entire families and pets. We are also surrounded by private vineyards , recognized and acclaimed restaurants. We charge per person wear is individually remember that you 'll be staying in a historic and representative part of the United States !! Using sustainable means for its operation and reuse of materials, use of the resources it has . There is no environmental impact since everything is detachable and mountable !! We encourage the local economy , contribute to society with our community preschool and sells a unique experience !!

We can not do anything about voles, frogs, owls, coyotes and squirrels we are the invaders of their environment . We respect for the natural environment and enjoy coexistence.

Interaction with guests

we stay to welcome you and give directions if you want to interact we us let us know if you want your own privacy ask for!!We receive and orient you and make sure you have everything you need. We don't live on the property, so will be available if you need anything at night, next morning we came back at 11 am to see you mean time you can go Breakfast to famous cocina de dona esthela or visit la lomita winery or roa winery the we make you an appointment to go . However, you will have your full privacy or you have neighbors on the others Airstreams or cabin. In the land is a small school community and we have night guards for the neighborhood is a private land only one exit.

Other things to note

Viñedo Roa
Hacienda la Lomita
Viñedo Alximia
La cocina de doña Esthela:
1. Winner: Valle de Guadalupe – Machaca (dried beef) and Eggs @La Cocina de Dona Esthela ,The World’s Best Breakfast Restaurant.


Amenities
Pets allowed
Family/kid friendly
Kitchen
Smoking allowed

Prices
Extra people $58 NZD / night after the first guest
Security Deposit $144 NZD
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 double bed

House Rules
Check in time is 2PM - 10PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)

this are vintage Airtreams 60's treated like you owned they valued are for each one $16,000 dlls to $30,000 dlls !!

You must also acknowledge
Dog(s) live in the house

Cancellations

Safety features
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

Availability
1 night minimum stay

75 Reviews

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Melody User Profile
September 2017
I was so excited to stay here and was SO disappointed by the service and trailer quality. We were there during a very hot weekend (over 100 degrees) and the Airstream we were in (#1), had NO fan, AC, or anything. I understood that this was not a hotel and have no problem roughing it...but it was basically a hot tin can that cost $100 night (for 2 people)... not a value at all! Also, charging an extra $46/night for a second person when it was the size of a twin size bed (at least in our trailer). I was so miserable sleeping at night that I got up at 3am, slept outside in a hammock, and got HUNDREDS of mosquito bites all over my body. We left the next night (we had booked 2) without even a refund or "sorry" from the host when we spoke the next morning. I really wanted to love this place and under different circumstances would have been better. My advice: visit but not during any bad weather.

Jed User Profile
August 2017
On arrival we were warmly greeted by Jose who kindly showed us around to each of his 11 air streams. We were the only people staying that night giving us the opportunity to look at each one and pick the one we wanted to stay in. Each one has a unique vibe and is truly special. We enjoyed a fire and looked at the moon through Jose's telescope. This is the perfect place to go with a large group or solo to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Do not miss out on this experience!! Thank you Jose.

Veena User Profile
August 2017
Great way to stay if you want to be in touch with nature. The host (husband) was helpful and nice. However the communication with the wife who we booked the Airbnb through and requested I couple things before we arrived were not very effective

Jonathan User Profile
July 2017
Great spot, beautifully restored airstreams. Luca is a great host, incredibly welcoming

Diego User Profile
July 2017
Very well located. Mafnificent hosts with good conversation and good tips. Decorated with charm and originallity. Toilets working in the cans would be nicer

Daniel User Profile
July 2017
Glamping was the best. We spent a few days visiting vineyards and getting some writing done. The desert landscape and the airstream trailer were both outstanding.

Andrew User Profile
July 2017
Plus: - Nice location to lots of wineries (it is sort of in the middle of the backroads that take you around). Close to Case de Piedra and Dona Esthela! - Relatively inexpensive for the area - Gorgeous location - Very nice site staff and cool little amenities - Rad outdoor shower Less-plus: - Water stopped working to the toilets and shower during our stay - Pretty basic inside the trailers - hit or miss with the operation of the doors/windows - The pricing is a little whacky - $46 a night if you're solo but double for double-occupancy - not sure that is justified given the overall amenities (and what adding a second person really represents). Overall fine for a cost-effective option with some charm and a good location.

Guadalupe, MexicoJoined in September 2014
Glamping Ruta De Arte Y Vino User Profile

Cesar is are your host. he have this project in the Valley of Guadalupe come and live it.
This hippie hangout -- or “10-acre nomadic hotel and campground” -- features five ultra-cool restored trailers.
¡ An amazing experience !
A differrent way to enjoy the outdoors, glamping hospitality in a group of 60's Airstrreams, completely restored and customized. An option of sustainable toursim .
Glamping Art and Wine Route
Is a family project where we share our private collection of 8 Airstream caravans, as well as our pass-time of restoration with the visitors you can see us working at the fifth 59's Airstream of the Guadalupe Valley Wine Route in Ensenada Baja California, Mexico.

Languages: English, Español
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