The Manor is located on 25 secluded acres, just
minutes from Joshua Tree National Park.
Nestled within a setting of old Washingtonia
palms and cypress trees, the main house was
completed in 1928, and is constructed of native
stone with Vermont maple flooring throughout.
The Manor's Main House is three stories tall
with two suites, each with it's own private bath
and sitting room. There are five fireplaces
throughout, including one in each of the two
suites. A "great room" that is 22' x 50', is
furnished in a manner that invites lounging on
the comfortable couches in front of the fireplace.
Separate from the main house are seven unique
buildings. Five are individual cottages. The
Cottage and the Farmhouse are both Pet Friendly
units, the Pool Bungalow which opens to the pool
and hot tub, and the Sunrise and Sunset Rooms.
Also, the original museum building has the Pinto
and Museum Rooms (both Pet Friendly) in it.
Additionally the Barn has the Oasis Room, Palms
Room and the Cholla Room in it.
Jan & Gary Owners/Innkeepers