Unitarian Universalist Church of the Desert sits in Rancho Mirage, CA – the heart of the Coachella Valley, a perfect winter getaway destination!
This international resort valley includes the desert cities of Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta and Indio. All are venues for professional and recreational sports (golf, tennis, swimming, hiking, horse back riding and more). In addition, Palm Springs International Film Festival, the BNP Paribas Tennis Open, major golf tournaments, the Southwest and La Quinta Arts Festivals attract world-class artists and collectors. And, of course, there are the Coachella and Stagecoach and Desert Trip Music Festivals. Or take the aerial tram to look across the valley from the slopes of Mt. San Jacinto (you can play golf in the morning and snowshoe in the afternoon). Or take a hike in nearby Joshua Tree National Park.
Church members now offer UU travelers to the desert the economical short-term lodging option to stay in our church members' homes: private rooms ($75 single; $85 double) and casitas with separate entrance and bath ($100) with a light breakfast.
All accommodations are non-smoking and all funds from the BnB program go to the church.
Please complete the application at the link above and submit it online or email, fax or mail it to the address below.
Please note that the BnB Housing Coordinator will be on vacation March 15 until March 30 and will not be responding to applications during that period.
Terms and Conditions: Two (2) weeks prior to the requested date of your stay, a non-refundable deposit of $25 is required to hold the accommodation. Checks should be made out to the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Desert (UUCOD). Mail deposit to:
BnB Coordinator Unitarian Universalist Church of the Desert PO Box 2853 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 Fax: 760.321.079
Note: Our BnB coordinator will be on vacation (away from internet or phone) from November 18- November 26. Email responses will not be sent during those dates, but our coordinator will contact you as soon as she returns.
And, as this is Southern California and public transportation is limited, you probably will need a car.
For a look at Coachella Valley events, please see the following list from Palm Springs Life magazine: