The entire Desert Lily can currently accommodate up to 28 people depending on necessary sleeping arrangements (more to possibly come). Please think about this magical place for your small celebration, wedding, family get together, club retreat, and special occasion. Check the Local page for a list of all kinds of activities and resources in the area.
Choose one of our private, self-catering Cabin Rentals:
Tour the rustic B'iltmore Bunkhouse!
Stay in an original homestead cabin and piece of high desert history with panoramic views of the mountains and tilted plains. The B’iltmore Bunkhouse is as versatile as it is charming, it can sleep up to five or provide a lovely sanctuary for an individual or couple as well.
Enjoy our newest property, Hacienda de la Hamaca!
Experience the rugged adventure of the desert without missing any of the modern conveniences of home! Hacienda de la Hamaca is a newer home in a quiet south Joshua Tree neighborhood only 4 miles from Joshua Tree National Park (on a paved road!) It’s perfect for a family getaway or group of friends. Climb in the hammock and let your cares sway peacefully away… watch the desert wake up while you enjoy a cup of coffee and the sun rise over the mountains, nap lazily under the shady patio through the heat of the day, curl up with a good book, sip cocktails at sunset, snuggle up with your loved ones, listen to the coyote’s song, be amazed by the starry nights, then sleep under the Milky Way.
Go western in Rancho Rincon!
A western-style adobe that encompasses the very essence of desert tranquility. Surrounded by natural desert landscape, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported back 100 years when settlers first discovered the magic and mystique of the west – without any of the hardships! When you’re ready to say “Whoa,” soak away the day’s long, rocky trails in a private ‘cowboy hot tub’ next to a glowing campfire at Rancho Rincon.
Relax in contemporary Casa Rosita!
Newly remodeled Casa Rosita is located on its own secluded desert 2 1/2 acres in the Joshua Tree Highlands, overlooking the mountainous western entrance to Joshua Tree National Park. It also has views of the Little San Bernardino Mountains as well as the twinkling lights of Joshua Tree and the mesa beyond.