Affectionately known as "canned ham" trailers, this Airflyte is a new version of a very popular vintage Shasta travel trailer. Decorated with a retro feel and upscale linens, this Airflyte ("Hammie") sports a queen size bed, with a pull-out twin (if needed), a tiny combination bathroom/shower situated inside the trailer, kitchenette with cooktop, air-conditioner/heat, TV
Affectionately known as "canned ham" trailers, this Airflyte is a new version of a very popular vintage Shasta travel trailer. Decorated with a retro feel and upscale linens, this Airflyte ("Hammie") sports a queen size bed, with a pull-out twin (if needed), a tiny combination bathroom/shower situated inside the trailer, kitchenette with cooktop, air-conditioner/heat, TV, BBQ, high speed internet and more. "Hammie" has its' own deck, charcoal bbq, with free access to all the farm has to offer. We are dog friendly, but to keep our free range animals safe (and we have had them injured or killed by people not recognizing that dogs are predatory by nature), please keep your dog easily under control and on a short leash at all times. Also, because it's not possible to control your dog on a long line, dogs may NOT be tied or tethered anywhere on the property. Please understand, barking upsets the animals and other guests so we ask that you keep your dog from barking. If you want to let your dog off leash, about 2 blocks down the dirt road (off property), there is a large scrub field where you can let your dog run free.
Now for the particulars about the facility...Please keep in mind that we are not a "pretend farm" set up so that we can simply attract people to our facility. This is an actual working farm where shepherdess, Natalie Redding (Nat Geo Wild's, Shear Madness) and her working dogs, Lacey, Lad and Nesta work every day. This means there is dirt, dust, chickens, peacocks, alfalfa, sheep, bugs, and other living beings associated with nature and farm life. Farm life comes complete with an orchestra of animal sounds, especially when feeding. You'll hear whinneys from horses, buggling from Lucy the mini cow, baaaa-ing of goats, and maaaa-ing of sheep. We'd be re-missed not to include the crowing of roosters, peafowl, and guinea hens who never fail to complete the farm sound chorus.
While Namaste Farms is only 1/2 a mile from the city limits, it has a rural feel and is centrally located to all wineries and most of the major equestrian facilities including Galway Downs, Green Acres, and California Ranch Company. For those who are coming to Temecula for horse shows, we also have a large barn with bedded stalls and turnouts (for an additional fee). There are designated horse trails right outside our gates which will even take you to Galway Downs. If you're into golf, you can enjoy Temecula's 7 PGA golf courses or Pechanga Casino which are also within a short driving distance to the farm. If horses or golf isn't your thing, you can visit Temecula Valley wineries which are all within 1/2-3.8 miles of the cottage gates.
If you want a "staycation," you can hang out here where you're welcomed to walk around the farm and interact with the animals. At night, can enjoy the sounds of serenity (which includes farm animal vocalizations) while roasting marshmallows at our wine barrel fire pit! We encourage guests to feel at home and enjoy the peaceful farm environment which extends beyond the trailer.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Great experience with the animals!
We are new to Hipcamp and were absolutely blown away by how amazing this property was. To start out the surroundings are exactly how they are described. My daughter and I were so happy to walk around the farm enjoying all of the different types of animals. We love dogs and cats so we were so happy to see how friendly they were, especially when they have their guardian job to attend to. The owner was gracious enough to lead us on a tour and speak to us about all of the different types of animals. We were able to visit during birthing season so their five lambs born recently that we were able to see. The camper we stayed in was nice and cozy and suited the two of us just fine. We didn't need to cook but the kitchen was well equipped with every thing you would have needed. Although we were not there long enough to enjoy the nice porch and fire pit, it was so great to know that was an option when we revisit. We will definitely stay there again and would highly suggest it to anyone who is adventurous and visiting the area.
Farm stay getaway
This was the second stay in the camper for my son and I. We loved it just as much as the first visit, maybe more with the added bonus of spring on the farm. Babies everywhere. Heads up bring earplugs to sleep with because, well... farm life, and rooster don’t only crow in the morning.
It’s all part of the experience!
We will be back again.
Super client and charming
This place is really a gem!
It’s a real working farm with beautiful animals. The whole place is charming and very well kept. The HUMMIE was extra clean. I brought my own sanitizer and pillows but I ended up not using any.
I’ve traveled trough the US and stayed at places similar to this. Namaste Farms gets the number one prize for thoughtfulness, charm and the most clean I’ve seen so far.
What a great place to stay. Cozy little Hamie we stayed in and loved to check out all the farm animals on the property. I would definitely go back and love to check out some of the other dwellings on the property to stay in.
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Everyone should experience Namaste Farms. The Shasta Camper is detailed beautifully (and super clean!) inside. The REAL farm setting and extremely friendly animals was joyful. Truly a hipcamp experience and I would recommend this experience. Also, great location to vineyards & wineries!
We really love the place since it’s so unique. The host is also welcoming show us around. It’s easy self check-in but they are easy to reach when you have any questions. It’s a farm that you can see a lot of different animals, kids would love it so much. Our first time experience with a tiny camper and it was pretty and fun. Really recommend !
Such a fun place! We loved having the freedom to explore the farm at our leisure and make friends with all the critters who have great personalities. We brought carrots and apples to hand feed the horses, cow, sheep, goats, and pigs, and dry dog food for the turkeys, chickens, peacocks, and geese. If you have a more extended stay I might recommend bringing extra pillows or a mattress pad as the bed in the trailer sags in the middle. This would be a great place to rent out along with the treehouse and other accommodations and bring a whole crew down to hang. We also went into town and got some delicious, very authentic Filipino food at Island Pacific Supermarket. Yum! I’d def come back!
I love this place! I met Sean, the host, and he showed us around the trailer (Hammie). The Hammie basically has everything we need - refrigerator, AC, bathroom, stove. However, it does take a little while for the fridge to cool down. I recommended to bring ice pack to cool any foods and drink in this summer weather. It was a great experience and I highly recommend the place!!!