Planning a relaxing getaway filled with gorgeous valleys and glasses of Mexico’s finest wine? You’ll want to stay in a Valle de Guadalupe hotel that gets outstanding reviews and isn’t too far from the best wineries. If you’re looking to stay in a unique Valle de Guadalupe home, try staying at one of the many Valle de Guadalupe Airbnbs for a more authentic experience.
We’ve provided a list of our favorite Valle de Guadalupe Airbnbs that we’re sure you’ll greatly enjoy. We hope you have a wonderful time in Mexico’s wine country and we hope to see you in Baja!
Best Valle de Guadalupe Airbnbs to Stay At
From $118/night and $135/night on weekends (prices are subject to change at any time)
Perks: Pool on site, indoor fireplace, kitchen, washer and dryer, TV, private entrance, towels and other essentials, and pets welcome.
The Happy Ranch is a great ranch to stay at if you’re looking to stay in your own private home with access to a private pool! Not only does the host receive fantastic reviews, but the last guests who stayed on the ranch said that they were in walking distance to many of the best wineries in Valle de Guadalupe.
Check out more on the Happy Ranch Airbnb profile page. See why it gets some of the best reviews out of the other Valle de Guadalupe Airbnbs.
From $149/night and $170/weekend (prices are subject to change at any time)
Perks: Air conditioning and heating, hangers for clothes, shampoo, towels and other essentials, private bathroom, and private entrance.
The 10 bubble rooms offered at the Campera Hotel are some of the most unique tents you’ll find in Mexico. If you’re looking to be bajo las estrellas (beneath the stars), this is the perfect hotel for you.
With half of the sphere hotel room being see-through, you can watch the sunrise, sunset, and starry sky right from your king-sized bed! This is an excellent glamping choice for those who are looking to be surrounded by nature with the best amenities.
From $94/night and and $109/weekend (prices are subject to change at any time)
Perks: Internet, kitchen, heating, TV, shampoo, towels and other essentials, and hair dryer.
Casa Pan y Vino (Home of Bread and Wine) is a tiny home model converted into a stunning getaway. What’s unique about Casa Pan y Vino is the fact that it’s completely off the grid and out in the open desert of Valle.
Not only is there a kitchen available, but there’s also an open fire pit. This is perfect for meeting the other guests or roasting corn late at night. All the previous guests adore the kind host, Beth, and her night guard, Juan.
Keep in mind, if you stay here, you’ll want to have access to your own transportation that has all 4-wheel drive or can handle bumpy dirt roads.
From $134/night and $134/weekend (prices are subject to change at any time)
Perks: Wifi, kitchen, wheelchair accessibility, air conditioning and heating, smoking allowed, shampoo, hairdryer, towels and other essentials, breakfast, and pets allowed.
The Quinta Bed & Breakfast has three cabins perfect for three people to share and live in while exploring Valle de Guadalupe. It’s an awesome Valle de Guadalupe Airbnb because it has all the greatest amenities and more! Breakfast is served everyday on the patio terrace that is surrounded by the most stunning hills in the Valle.
There is also a spa on the property, Vinifera Spa, where the hosts welcome guests to book a spa day appointment. Not only have the hosts received excellent reviews, but visitors recommend trying their wine they make on site. If you’re traveling with friends, this will be an excellent place to stay!
From $21/night (prices are subject to change at any time)
No amenities listed
This is the place to camp if you are doing a road trip in a large travel van. If you’re not traveling in a van, but you’ve always dreamed of staying in one, there are air streamer vans available to stay in. Since there aren’t any amenities listed, this is pretty much a destination for strictly camping.
There’s a review that gushes how great this camping spot is since it’s in the middle of the Valle. This is the place to go to if you’re looking to take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It’s also the perfect place to stay if you’re on a backpackers budget.
From $108/night and $161/weekend (prices are subject to change at any time)
Perks: Wifi, kitchen, washer and dryer, TV, towels and other essentials. Accommodates 14 people.
This large home is located close to Valle de Guadalupe in a town called Ejido El Porvenir, in between Valle de Guadalupe and Ensenada. This house can accommodate up to 14 people, so if you’re looking for a nice rental for your family and friends, this would be a perfect fit. Previous guests rave about the location, the coziness of the home, and the kitchen amenities provided.
It’s recommended to bring earplugs if you are a light sleeper since the roosters in the neighborhood can be loud in the morning. The host, Shaun, is very welcoming and many guests recommend staying here for his hospitable presence.
From $180/night and $192/weekend (prices are subject to change at any time)
Perks: Kitchen, family/kid friendly, smoking allowed, indoor fireplace, cable TV, towels and other essentials, hair dryer, private entrance, and pets are welcome to stay.
Casa Laurel is one of the newer Valle de Guadalupe Airbnbs but in no time it’ll be one of the best places to stay! Located on the hill side of Valle, the views from the porch are beyond breathtaking. The decor is modern mixed with rustic, making you feel as though you’re in a swank and cozy place. There also a grill, BBQ, and pizza oven outside so you can enjoy the evening view while barbecuing.
The house is also minutes away from famous wineries such as L.A. Cetto, Monte Xanic, Adobe Guadalupe, and more. This is one of the best Valle de Guadalupe Airbnbs and it can accommodate up to 6 people. Casa Laurel also has a Facebook page so you can check out their reviews and photos for more information.
We hope you found this guide helpful when choosing the perfect Valle de Guadalupe Airbnb on your upcoming trip to Valle de Guadalupe. If you’re looking to go winery hopping and you’re in need of a tour guide assisting you, check out Baja Winery Tours. Not only do we give private and group wine tours throughout Valle, but we also have excellent tequila and craft beer tasting tours throughout Baja.
View more of our popular tours and check out our reviews.
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