Guys! It's Valentine's Day and love is the air so we wanted to bring you a deal you won't be able to refuse for you and your hunny.
Cuddle up in a cozy human sized bird nest (yes, a nest—you read that right) with your significant other for less than $200 a person for a two-night stay. Don't want to stay in a wooden structure? No big deal, book a Mongolian-style yurt perched on the Big Sur coastline or one of their luxury tents instead. For this price you won't just be getting a place to sleep, you will be treating yourself to a once-in-a-lifetime experience at the coolest resort on the California coast.
Bird Nest Accommodation Big Sur Timeframe: 16. Feb. 2019 - 31. Dec. 2019
Big Sur Glamping Details
We found excellent year round rates, starting at $175 per night ($87.50 per person) for the bird nest which fits two people. Weekend dates tend to book six months in advance so keep that in mind when looking for availability.
Our example below is Sep. 16 - 18, but there are mid-week dates available between February and December 2019 — so search around to find the best price for your trip!
Click on the green or blue buttons below to visit the booking page. The choose "Campsite with nest" for the bird nest stay. Or select their more luxe options like the yurts or autonomous tents. Just remember the cost of your stay will go up.
*This particular accommodation has a two-night minimum stay.
Big Sur Glamping Total Cost
The final cost for a two-night stay in a nest, after taxes and fees, is $350, which comes to $175 per person (based on two people sharing).
Big Sur Glamping On The Most Gorgeous Coastline In California
Located in the heart of Big Sur along Highway 1, the peaceful beauty of Treebones resort will take your breath away. The resort as a wonderful 4.5/5 rating on TripAdvisor plus a Certificate of Excellence. While there you can make your stay as primitive or as luxurious as you desire, but the nice thing is that all accommodations include the use of the resort facilities like their award-winning restaurant, sushi bar, spa, heated pool, hot tub, and outdoor bar with views of the Pacific ocean.
The cheapest option is to book a simple campsite. Prices start from $95 with a two-night minimum stay and you have to bring your own tent, sleeping bags, etc. This is a simple but beautiful option.
Then there are the nests. These unusual wood-art structures were created & built by Big Sur artist Jayson Fann. These start from $175 and you still need to bring your own sleeping bags, although the woven nests come with a full-size futon pad inside.
Moving up the scale of luxury are the Mongolian-style yurts. These start from $320 and have comfortable beds with lines and ocean views. The yurts have redwood view decks so you can enjoy the sunset.
Finally, are the autonomous tents beginning at $595. The tent includes a king size bed, gas fireplace, en suite bathroom with a claw foot shower and composting (flushable) toilet. This is the ultimate luxury off-the-grid living you could enjoy during your stay.