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Reviewed 13 April 2010

Desert Lily is very conveniently located just outside one of the entrances to Joshua Tree National Park. We were amazed by the beautiful surrounds - but the accommodation was very disappointing. The B&B has 3 rooms - A, B, and C. Heaven help you if you land up in room B because the rooms literally have zero soundproofing and you will be treated to every sound coming from your neighbors on either side. We were fortunate to be in the end room - so we only had to deal with "sounds" from one side. The rooms are TINY - you can barely get in the door with cases. There are nik naks all over the room - making the place feel very cluttered and not wonderfully clean. Our breakfast was excellent and the inn keepers are very accommodating. However at more than $150 a night I'm pretty sure you can do much better somewhere else in the Joshua Tree vicinity - we would not recommend the Desert Lily.

Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
6  Thank bundubasha
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Reviewed 2 January 2010

Wonderful B&B! There are only two rooms and the place is located on the dirt roads outside the city of Joshua Tree, north of the park. The rooms are not big but very charming. There is a wonderful common room with a fireplace, where wine and freshly baked cookies are provided for the guests. Breakfast was delicious and Carrie is a very generous host. Overall a wonderful experience!

  • Stayed: December 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 December 2009

nice people but rooms were tiny and noisy (other guests cell phone calls woke us up), too much decoration and no place to put our stuff down.

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 December 2009

We booked the Desert Lily for two nights as our base to explore the Joshua Tree National Park. Only about two miles from the park entrance it's the perfect place to stay, if you want to visit the National Park.
The B&B is lying at a dirt road with almost no neighboring houses. At night it's a great place to watch the stars. The rooms are not huge, but there is a nice and large common room.
Even in the middle of November we were able to have breakfast on the patio. The breakfast was really awesome and having the nice view of the desert was a great bonus.

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 3 November 2009

Carrie has created the most delightful and unique guest house in one of the most intriguing and beautiful parts of southern California, Joshua Tree National Park. From the moment we arrived to wine, home-cooked cookies and chat, we knew that we'd arrived at a home from home. The 'great room' that serves as the communal area has been so sympathetically designed that all the guests were happy to linger and get to know each other. We made firm friends with everyone and would love to think that we'll all meet there again one day! The accomodation for the guests varies from private bed bathrooms to self-contained bungalows. We stayed in the private bedrooms which, if the wind hadn't been so strong, offered fireplaces and chairs to view the stunning night sky. They are cozy and well-equipped and to hear the coyotes at night was something else. Carrie took us to a great music night in Frontiertown which was a fabulous as it sounds and for all of that we will definitely return as soon as possible. Thank you Carrie and all our friends from that time. You really made it a special time.

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled as a couple
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