Escape Los Angeles to this incredible getaway! Perched on a private bluff amidst thousands of acres of pristine nature and wildlife, the airstream boasts infinite ocean views, serenity, and style.
This is the personal Airstream of a nature-loving Malibu designer who built it as his personal getaway from his busy hectic schedule. Stripped down past its aluminum studs, it’s been redesigned into a large studio with three large frameless glass panels that slide open to a huge cantilevered deck with unrivaled views of the Pacific ocean and thousands of acres of pristine and untouched nature.
Lounge in our luxury extra thick wool rugs and cotton poufs, drive down to surf one of Malibu’s best beaches, have dinner at Neptune’s net or go hike Sandstone Peak, Santa Monica’s highest mountain just behind the property. Enjoy incredible sunsets and even more amazing starry nights without any light pollution and try to spot the satellites silently wizzing past the milky way beaming down to earth.
And then at dawn, if you are lucky with the morning fog, wake up above the clouds like you are the only person in this planet.
IMPORTANT NOTE – This listing is weather dependent. If there is a high chance of rain or rain scheduled during your stay we reserve the right to cancel the reservation due to slippery dirt road conditions and the fact that we have to store all the expensive furniture inside the airstream.
Please do not use GPS to find the airstream. Use the directions we provide in the itinerary.
Please do not book this space if you are afraid of sleeping somewhere remote in isolation or are afraid of nature or expect a 100% bug-free environment. You are literally surrounded by thousands of untouched acres of wildlife. That means there might be a few mosquitoes or bugs or even a mouse or a rattlesnake (we have yet to see one at the airstream).
The beauty of the experience lies in sleeping with the doors open, under the milky way while hearing the ocean below and the occasional seal barking in the distance or coyote howling for its pack.
There’s a queen sized bed and another pull out sofa that can fit another person – bring your own sleeping bag for the 3rd wheel. Kitchenette, fridge and separate bathroom with complete privacy and stunning views.
Interaction with guests
There is a house 300 yards below the airstream where a lovely family with kids live. If you peek over the edge of the deck you might see the kids playing outside. Frank and Heidi the parents are super friendly and can help you with serious concerns once you are there.
Other things to note
There is no reception at the airstream. 1/2 mile down below, where the paved road end (upper camp area) there is perfect reception in case you need to make a call.
This off the grid airstream means there is no AC power for electrical devices. The 12V DC system powers the LED lights and stereo/speakers. You can charge your iPhone off the stereo but bring your own cable as guests take ours often 🙁
There are two routes up to the airstream. The short one (not paved, you’ll need an SUV) takes 7 minutes to the beach, the longer one (paved and gentle dirt road, all non lowered cars make it ok as long as you are a decent driver and know how to navigate ruts) takes about 11 minutes but is very scenic and beautiful.
If you are fearful of dirt roads, care immensely about your sports car, or are afraid of cliffs, skip this booking. For all other adventurers, I make it up with my Prius without bottoming out no problem so don’t fear.
BOOK – $500 per. night
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