Enjoy the Airstream among the vines beneath the redwood trees.
Step back in time and enjoy the 1965 vintage Airstream surrounded by redwood trees with views of El Toro Mt. & vineyard. Dine at your picnic table under a 100-year-old oak tree & watch the sunset from your private deck or hammock while enjoying a glass of wine. 5 minutes to downtown restaurants. Walking distance to 2 wineries. Close to golf, hiking/horseback, Anderson Lake, Soccer/Aquatics Complex & Gilroy Outlets.& garlic festival. Additional people would require tents.
We are a pet-friendly site but would like to know if you plan on bringing your pet. We have three dogs of our own and need to know if we should keep them up at the house. Please note not to have shedding dogs on the futon and please pick-up the dog poop.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 15 months out
The vibe at Airstream Among the Vines
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Firstly, the airstream itself is quite lovely. It is a great space and it has a nice, secluded spot with a view of a small vineyard. The picnic table, BBQ, and the double hammock are a nice touch. It’s a quiet and peaceful location.
However, the hostess was very poor at communicating with us. The listing said that we would meet her upon our arrival to the site, but she didn’t answer our phone calls or texts that alert her that we were there. We would have appreciated an introduction to the space. She finally responded to an email the next morning, and just told us to contact her if we needed something.
There is no wifi available in or around the airstream. You need to walk closer to the main house to connect to the wifi, which is not a big deal, but it is something that should be specified in the listing.
Overall, we had a nice time and really enjoyed the space and the surroundings, but it would have been nice to have a more warm and welcoming host.
The view was nice the airstream was definitely cute secluded somewhere to lay your head. Hostess did not greet us we did not meet her till we were leaving. We met her husband twice while staying. We text and called her mid afternoon our second day to which we got not response until 1030 pm because there were unclear directions on the location of the bathroom. When we finally located the bathroom it turned out the house was was also being rented out. The renters of the house and ourselves were not notified which led to some confusion however we worked it out on our own. In the future I would definitely let both guests know to avoid confusion. The airstream had a few cobwebs from simply not being cleaned as well as an ant infestation. Other than that our stay was nice and quite.
The Airstream is located on a vineyard very privately set behind a very beautiful home with a sunset that in itself is worth staying here. That said, I would only recommend this for the reason of having a very private experience with a glorious sunset for romantic evenings which end once the sun goes down. The location of the airstream is about an hour away from most things (Monterey and Santa Cruz) you'd want to see while in this area of California.
The airstream itself is beautiful on the outside and extremely outdated on the inside. There was definitely effort for cleanliness however, the style of the home was just very much like your grandmother selected the blankets and scent of the place. We simply opened all of the windows starting at 6pm and left them open until going to bed in order to remove the mustiness and lower the insanely hot temperature of the inside of the airstream.
The trash can was full upon arrival which annoying because their are ants in the airstream so we could not leave anything in the garbage even for 5 minutes. The beds are decently comfortable and the host was great.
Overall for the price is not worth it at the moment but could be if the host updated basic things like blankets or even put an AC in the airstream. I understand that this is a "glamping" experience and definitely left the place better than it was when we got there but it's simply too high of a price as is.