What do we offer or what does it include?
We offer the complete glamping experience with comfort in the nature. Exclusivity and privacy. Our facilities have only 5 rooms each with its own space and endemic garden separated one from the other. Complete hotel comfort, king bed, memory pillows, private baths, hot water, water pressure, soft water system, bathrobes, amenities such as shampoo, conditioner, liquid soap, skin cream, hair dryer, steam iron for clothes , electricity, USB connectors, air conditioning with heater, mini bar, coffee maker, satellite WiFi, among others. Optional breakfast for additional fee. (Request on reservation or during check-in.
What is the price per night?
Regular price per night starts @ $220 Dlls + tax, it all depends also what room you choose and day of the week, we constantly offer promotions during the week, depending on the month and availability . (For better service, please call us for details (646) 135-5826)
For how many people are the rooms?
Our Concept is for couples & adults, since we only have a King-type bed. We have the option of adding an adult for an extra cost per night of $ 50.00 Dlls. (Extra cot available) Where are we located? We are in Bajacalifornia, Mexico, 15 minutes from the city of Ensenada, BC. "Valle de Guadalupe the wine route"
How do we make reservations?
All reservation are made on our website for safety and security for our guest to avoid any fraud. We accept, credit cards, debit cards, PayPal & bank transfers. Once you make reservation, you will recieve an email with your confirmation number.
San Diego International Airport, formerly known as Lindbergh Field, is an international airport 3 miles northwest of downtown San Diego, California, United States
Abelardo Rodríguez. Tijuana Bajacalifornia, Mexico.
How do we get to Valle from the airport?
The best recommendation is to rent a car. We also know of some private transports. The estimated time from Tijuana to Valle will be 1 hour and 20 minutes at the Scenic Highway 3 toll, around $ 2.5 each.
What is Glamping?
Glamping is a form of camping that involves more luxurious accommodation and facilities than those associated with traditional camping.
How safe is it to visit Valle de Guadalupe?
Valle de Guadalupe is very safe, the region is very touristy, there are many Americans, Europeans and locals who visit & live Valle de Guadalupe all year around.
Do you accept children?
Due to policies, children are not accepted since the valley is a tourist area of vineyards and our concept is exclusive for couples and people over 18 years old (we make exceptions, infants not older than 3 years old or if we rent the 4 rooms
What type of currency do you recommend?
We recommend exchanging pesos, dollars are also accepted in many places, as well as credit cards.
Do you have Internet service?
We have satellite WiFi for a small extra charge.
What activities are available?
Baja its not only Casa Misiones Glamping, Baja offers a great variety of activities: First of all we are close to the boarder of San Diego/Tijuana. Baja also offers a great gastronomic experience, Baja California Norte has the great privilege of offering proposals that truly comply with the farm-to-table philosophy, some Examples:, Fauna, Deckman, Laja, Animalon, La Manzanilla, (Baja Med) all the way to food trucks & stands, popular fish tacos from Ensenada, La Guerrerense (best seafood tostadas) or La cocina de doña Estela (traditional ranch style breakfast). There are also good golf courses. We have the port of Ensenada, La Bufadora, Fishing Charters & Tours in Ensenada, scuba dive & snorkelling.
Cheese Route Pedro Ramonetti arrived to Baja California from Italy and settled in Real del Castillo. In 1911 he began the first cheese elaboration industry, a model later reproduced by other companies in the area. Real del Castillo is located 40 kilometers East of Ensenada. In this tour you’ll learn about the cheese making process and explore the cheese cellar of the Ramonetti family.
Ruta Vinicola :
Since the 1990s the association of winemakers of Baja California holds the Grape Harvest Fiestas in the Valley of Guadalupe and the town of Ensenada every year in August. The celebration includes wine tasting sessions, concerts and soirées, and samplings of regional cuisine and Mexican wines.
Wine tasting is available year-round, and several of the wineries have built up-market restaurant/tasting establishments aimed specifically at tourists from the United States. A winery tour is usually included on cruise ships that stop at Ensenada. There are over 100 wineries in the Valle de Guadalupe.
Craft beer route, like Wendlandt, Aguamala, Media Perra, Transpenisular, Misioneros etc.
We have also Tecate (pueblo mágico) close by.