A quick search on Airbnb reveals some unique places to stay from wineries to a “treehouse” overlooking Bahia Concepcion with a range of budgets from over $100 US per night to as low as 16 US per night.
Baja Glamping has a couple of unique and budget-friendly options overlooking Bahia Concepcion’s Playa El Coyote. Offerings include a cabin and a second-story room with a view known as the “Treehouse” for $30 per night.
A new option in the peaceful countryside of the Mulegé Valley area is “The Winery Retreat” at Vinedo Heroica Mulege. The property is situated in a working vineyard and features a pool, a rooftop deck with a fire pit and stunning views of the mountains. Grab a bottle of their wine and don’t miss the sunset. At $132 US per night, it’s on the top end of Mulegé stays, but certainly a deal compared to winery stays in the US.
The least expensive option on our list, but no less unique is “Trailercito de la Luna” at $16 per night. Described as a “cozy vintage trailer” with a shared outdoor bathroom. Reviews mention it’s a “charming, private, remote space to relax in a quiet neighborhood a few miles outside of town.”
Have any recommendations for unique places to stay? Let us know in the comments below. For more lodging options, including hotels in town, check out our Places To Stay page.
2 Comments to “Unique Stays in Mulegé”
Hola, tengo estancias para rentar en mulege, ¿qué puedo hacer para aparecer en esta página?
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