Items filtered by date: August 2017

The tourist season is quickly approaching and it’s time to book one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals. And with it, the re-opening of some of our favorite restaurants. Be sure to check out these six eateries before they close again next summer!

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Among picturesque landscapes, beautiful sights and endless sunshine of our Palm Springs vacation rentals lie several delicious lunch destinations for you to indulge your senses! 

At FARM, owner Liz Ostoich brings the South of France to Palm Springs with a beautiful garden-like patio as the backdrop. FARM offers traditional French dishes, such as crepes and the croquet monsieur, with the freshest, locally sourced ingredients. The menu boasts a mouth-watering selection of salads, omelettes and sandwiches as well, so there's something for everyone. Closed Wednesdays. Located at 6 Plz Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262.

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Let's be honest: life is stressful and difficult. Because your work, kids, and everyday life in general can lead to feeling overwhelmed, every once in awhile it's important to just reset and go on a nice vacation.

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Whether you are heading to one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals for golfing, horseback riding, the art museum, or any of the many other fun activities, you need to start your day off with a great breakfast. Here are our favorite spots that will make your luxury vacation even more special.

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Feeling the heat a bit too much on some sunny California days? You're not alone; in fact, you're historically in tune with Francis Crocker, whose "folly" can give you one of the coolest Palm Springs vacation rentals experiences.

Back in 1935, electrical engineer Francis Crocker thought the snow-capped Mount San Jacinto peak looked pretty inviting in comparison to the midday heat of the desert. At an elevation of 10,834 feet and the highest point of the San Jacinto Mountains, his desire to "go up there where it's nice and cool" began germinating into his plans for a tramway running up the steep Chino Canyon cliffs.

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