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Desert Teahouse
4 reviews
· Texas
30 acres
3 sites
1 Lodging
2 RV/Tent
This land is pristine desert land north of Presidio, TX The den is a bell tent with a 12 foot diameter. It is made of fabric and a protected plastic floor. The tent zips completely closed so you don't have to worry about critters. It can be a bit hot during the day, but cools off really quickly once the sun goes down. It is a twin bed. There is plenty of space for other people to sleep in sleeping bags. There is a parking space right next to the tent, about 30 feet away. It is a pull off of the main road, you can't miss it. There is a rock path guiding you to the tent from the parking. I am available to offer tea at the teahouse. If you are interested please reach out to me when you book and I can tell you the details. If you don't book a night but are interested, please search Desert Tea Ceremony in AirBnB experiences. Don't forget you are in the desert. There are snakes, scorpions, tarantulas, coyotes, javelinas and perhaps mountain lions. But don't worry, most people will never see most of the animals. But just be mindful and use a flashlight at night if you are walking around. You are responsible for your own water, food, cooking equipment, toilet paper and trash. If you need to use the bathroom, please dig a small hole and then cover it. There is a camping zone with a palm tree shade structure, a pizza oven, a wooden standing height table and a fire pit with some rustic seating. If you want to explore, please take your shoes off and be respectful of the space. It is meant for meditation, yoga and tea. Please no food or drinks that may stain the wood. We have heard from guests that the bird watching on the property is excellent. I'm not an enthusiast yet... maybe you can help me learn which birds are on the property. I see hawks sitting on ocotillos a lot, that's the extent of my knowledge :) We are 2.5 miles off the highway in the middle of the desert. We have one neighbor who may drive by and they are friendly. Otherwise your neighbors are birds, jack rabbits and you may hear some javelinas at night and strange lights off in the distance. But they are just cars on distant highways... we think.
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Texas, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Patrick M.Joined in August 2020
Response rate: 100%Response time: Within 3 hours
5 ratings · 4 reviews
Jonathan H.recommends
May 11, 2022
Untouched Desert Dreamland Teahouse
The land was well-maintained, clean and inviting. It was the perfect combination of seclusion and accessibility. I managed to get a sedan up the road and it was well worth it. This is almost a full day's drive from my home but so worth the trip, and I plan to return. The tent provided the best sleep i got on my entire camping trip. Thanks for an awesome experience!!
Lucy S.recommends
March 9, 2022
Untouched Desert Dreamland Teahouse
Desert Temple
We van camped here for 3 days. And WOW WOW WOW. the desert view was breathtaking. It was my birthday, and we needed to be out away from everyone and everything and just vibe in the desert. To Slow down. It was perfect. It was very windy for part of the stay, but that allowed for some cloud formations to paint the sunset in the most brilliant and beautiful pinks and purples. We took a million pictures. The tea house with the mountains and sunset behind it gave us the feeling that we were in a sacred space. A desert temple.. We visited their Big Buddha Bakery in town , and met the hosts. The food and coffee was deelish and they were super nice. We had other plans , and did not do the tea ceremony , but if we were to visit again we would do it for sure. Something magical is surely happening in this desert. 🌵 🏔 🫖
Stephanie A.recommends
January 5, 2022
Desert Love Den
Sunset and sunrise were both stunning. We loved the seclusion and the quiet. We were also blown away by the wooden structure. It was almost unreal. The fire pit was perfect for staying warm and heating up food. The tent was super clean and cozy. I would say my 4x4 came in handy on a small patch of the road.
Jessica L.recommends
January 3, 2022
Untouched Desert Dreamland Teahouse
Beautiful Land+Desert Tea Ceremony
This campsite was so beautiful. Very remote and the platform built for tea ceremonies is awesome. Patrick and Diana were amazing hosts. We went to their bakery, Big Buddha Bakery in the morning and it was so good! Highly recommend staying here if you want a remote desert experience where you can stargaze peacefully. I also recommend booking a tea ceremony with Patrick. We did a sunset tea ceremony on the platform and it was my favorite part of our trip to west Texas! It’s such a unique offering. I can’t wait to come back as soon as I can!
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