Now that you’ve read my book, Glamping with MaryJane, you need to find a fabulous place to get your glamp on.
Here’s the first installment of 15 places in the U.S.A. (There are more, but I figure 15 will get you dreamin’ out loud.)
Cherry Wood Breakfast & Barn
Because who doesn’t want to stay in a tepee? These glowing bungalows in Yakima, Washington, are filled with cozy beds and are available April thru early October. Along with barbeque grills, compact refrigerators, separate super-clean and private water closets, open-air showers round out the amenities.
Have you ever been on a winery tour via horseback? Giddyup and sip up! Ride on an all-day tour, with your horse or theirs, to the local wineries, including a stop for lunch at Cultura Winery.
Mannerly dogs are welcome for $20 a night, but leave the kids at home, this is a working ranch. Your pup will get their own special bed beside yours, and a safe secure kennel to stay in while you’re on the wine trail.
And, while you’re at it (you’re on vacation after all), restore yourself in a twilight tub. Warm soothing waters, delicately scented bath salts, a gentle breeze through the willows, and nothing but the wide open skies above.
Take in the sunset, watch the moon rise or gaze at the stars – there’s no better way to end a day in the wine country of Washington. Outdoor bathing is an extra $35 / person per hour.
The new glamping vacation venue keeps getting better and better! It is all so creative and different. It seems like most places are located in the west. Are they here in the East?
Interesting observation. I will look into it and cover that going forward.
Hey, Ace here. 🙂
We received such a nice note from owner, Pepper, today. In case anyone reading this didn’t know, ALL of the horses there are rescues. She said the idea began with a desire to help these animals, “My husband said, you may rescue as many horses as you want if you can find a way to support the feed bill, so we did!”
Such a lovely story! Thanks for sharing with us Pepper.