Glamping at Cabanas CuatrosCuatros in Valle De Guadalupe, Baja California
I’m not much of a camper, so when I first heard about ‘glamping’, I was definitely skeptical. As far as I could tell, this was just camping with a more comfy bed. So when we had the opportunity to check out Cabanas CuatroCuatros. I was curious to see why glamping has become so popular.
I was pleasantly surprised! This was such a fun experience and I wish we could have stayed longer than 2 nights in order to further explore the resort and wine tasting in the Guadalupe Valley.
I highly recommend adding the Baja Guadalupe Valley on your list of wine tasting experiences. We went on a private tour through Baja Test Kitchen and it will go down as one of my most memorable wine experiences ever.
Each tent has its own deck with lounge chairs and a table with chairs, perfect for relaxing and soaking in the beautiful views of the nearby vineyards.
Yes, the bed is really that comfy! And it was an oversized king, so we weren’t cramped.
Since we went wine tasting all day, we arrived after dark and it was really chilly. The ocean breeze and clouds had come in and I was worried if we would be cold all night. In true luxury glamping style, there was a wood-burning stove inside the tent which they started up for us and the tent warmed up quickly. There’s also a portable heater (plenty large enough to keep you comfortable). There’s even an air-conditioner, so you never have to worry about being too hot in the summer.
I appreciated that each tent was built on a raised platform. We woke up several times during the night to the sounds of critters roaming the campsite. However, I always felt very safe during the night. There is a 24-hour security guard and he was actively patrolling the entire area.
Even the bathroom is luxurious. The shower has a large picture window so you feel like you are showering outside. This was definitely a step up from my memories of camp showers.
I loved that we were glamping in the middle of a vineyard. Everywhere you looked, there were grape vines and beautiful views of the nearby hills.
After a good night’s sleep, we headed to the restaurant for breakfast. The open-air restaurant also sits among the vineyards, making for the perfect atmosphere for a hearty breakfast.
Average price for breakfast was $10 to $12 dollars and it’s a lot of good, hearty food! I opted for the chilaquilas which were served with a green salsa and a large order of scrambled eggs and black beans. My daughter ordered the ‘mexican eggs’ which was a healthy combination of egg scrambled with a variety of vegetables. Both breakfast items were delicious and extremely filling.
One of the best parts of this resort is the roof-top bar overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It’s a popular local hangout and I can see why. Unfortunately, it was cloudy and chilly the night we visited, but on a clear day, the views go on forever. I can only imagine how amazing the sunsets are when the clouds aren’t in the way.
I would highly recommend this resort if you want to give glamping a try. The accommodations were extremely comfortable and far exceeded our expectations.
Rates are typically $200 per night for both king bed and two queen bed cabanas. Weekends have a minimum two night stay requirement.
To see another post about our glamping experience and wine tasting in Guadalupe Valley, check out my daughter’s blog here (her pictures are amazing!): Passport To Friday – Weekend Wine Getaway