Fully furnished retreat. Ideal for traveling professionals, singles, couples!
Queen bed with headboard; tempurpedic foam topper; new pillows with non-allergenic covers; new linens, blanket, non-allergenic comforter Optional: Queen and Twin AeroBeds available upon request Bedside table with drawers Large highboy dresser Table lamp with USB port for charging phones Radio alarm clock Clothes closet with hangers, ironing board, iron
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children not allowed - Pool and hot tub on property. No lifeguard. Pool and hot tub on property. No lifeguard.
Max guests: 4 - Basic rate is 2 guests. Additional guest $20p/nBasic rate is 2 guests. Additional guest $20p/n
Minimum age of primary renter: 25 - Proof of ID requiredProof of ID required
- No illegal drugs, drunkenness, nor threatening or obnoxious behavior of any kind. Zero tolerance.
- Quiet hours strictly enforced: 10:00pm-8:00am
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Minimum one-day vacancy between guests’ stays
Cleaned with disinfectant
Redlands is known for its history, its appreciation for the arts, its architecture, and its "life of the mind." From Nathan D. Gonzales, Archivist and Head of Special Collections, A.K. Smiley Public Library, cityofredlands.org: Redlands – known in 1900 as “The City of Millionaires” and later as “The City of Beautiful Homes” welcomes you! Founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1888, Redlands is a quintessential “big town” with a “small town” feel. For much of its history Redlands was the “Washington Navel Orange Growing Capital of the World” with the citrus industry as the main focus of its economy. Through the years the economy may have changed, but that special feeling of community in a small town hasn’t. This is clear as you take a look around Redlands. Tree-lined State Street is still comprised primarily of beautiful historic buildings and locally-owned shops and boutiques. Some of its most famous buildings, like A.K. Smiley Public Library, a Moorish-style library built in 1898, and the Redlands Bowl, built in 1930 and home of the oldest continuously free outdoor concert series in California, are merely steps from historic downtown. Surrounded by gorgeous mountains, Redlands is located approximately 60 miles northeast of Los Angeles, and 45 miles west of Palm Springs which makes it an easy drive to reach mountains, beaches, and deserts.The city is known for its Victorian and historical architecture, Market Night street faire and farmers’ market, orange groves, Lincoln Memorial Shrine, and the Redlands Bowl. Downtown Redlands is the place to do your shopping! Shops with the latest styles in home decor, craft supplies, up-to-the-minute clothing, skate and snowboarding merchandise, and personal services are just a sampling of what’s available to you.
Just to the west, one can stroll through the Smiley Park neighborhood, filled with turn-of-the-century bungalows as well as landmark homes. With a short drive, one can cruise by some famous homes, like “America’s Favorite Victorian” the Morey House, on Terracina Boulevard, see the stately homes of Olive Avenue, and Highland Avenue, the “Butler Belt” so known because at one time that was the most dense population of homes employing butlers in the City! You can visit Kimberly Crest House and Gardens, a home museum featured on the PBS series “America’s Castles” and don’t miss a walk through Prospect Park, just next door.
REDLANDS BOWL SUMMER CONCERT SERIES--All Performances begin at 8:00 PM. No admission charge, first-come, first served seating. No tickets or reservations needed.
FRIDAY, JUNE 19--An Evening with Debby Boone. Featuring the Redlands Symphony Orchestra
TUESDAY, JUNE 23--Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute
FRIDAY, JUNE 26--Jazzy Ash and the Leaping Lizards
TUESDAY, JUNE 30--Grand Finals of the Young Artists Concerto Competition, Featured Artist Vijay Venkatesh, Hollywood Chamber Orchestra Conducted by Roger Kalia
FRIDAY, JULY 3--Navy Band Southwest
TUESDAY, JULY 7--DRUMline Live
FRIDAY, JULY 10--The Tim Gill All-Stars Big Band
TUESDAY, JULY 14--Celebrating Neil Diamond- “The Sweet Caroline Tour Starring Jay White”
FRIDAY, JULY 17--Take 3 Trio, featuring Lindsay Deutsch
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & SUNDAY – JULY 23, 24, 25, 26--Disney’s The Little Mermaid, produced and directed by Wayne Scott
TUESDAY, JULY 28--Mariachi Divas
FRIDAY, JULY 31--One Night in Memphis
TUESDAY, AUGUST 4--H.M.S. Pinafore in One Act and Other Gilbert & Sullivan Favorites
New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7--State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11--SKERRYVORE – Celtic
FRIDAY, AUGUST 14--Finale with Fireworks! Featuring Aubree Oliverson, Violin, Redlands Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Frank Paul Fetta
Programs and dates subject to change
LINCOLN MEMORIAL SHRINE--The shrine, dedicated in 1932, was built to honor President Abraham Lincoln. It houses personal memorabilia, manuscripts, artwork and even locks of Lincoln’s hair cut by a physician after the president was shot at Ford’s Theatre. The shrine, dedicated in 1932, was built by Watchorn to honor Lincoln, whom he admired. It houses personal memorabilia, manuscripts, artwork and even locks of Lincoln’s hair cut by a physician after the president was shot at Ford’s Theatre. The shrine is the only museum west of the Mississippi devoted specifically to Lincoln and the Civil War. Artifacts from the Confederate Army reside at the Lincoln shrine behind A.K. Smiley Public Library. The shrine, the only museum of its kind west of the Mississippi River, pays tribute to President Abraham Lincoln, his work and the events leading to and following the Civil War. Artifacts from the Confederate Army are used to help tell the story of the conflict.
UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS--A private institution founded in 1907. Ranking #16 in the 2020 edition of Best Colleges is Regional Universities West.
ESRI--the largest geographic information systems mapping software company in the world
- english, Some Spanish
About Kathryn Huff
Hi! Are you new to Redlands? Me, too! My husband and I moved here in August, 2019, and we couldn't be happier with this property, neighborhood, and town. Redlands rocks! I teach writing at the University of Redlands and at Point Loma Nazarene University, so I have a soft spot for writers and other artists. My husband and I sing in the Redlands Community Chorus, and we are active in our church. We LOVE practicing hospitality and want to make sure your experience in our guesthouse is one that makes you want to return again and again. We look forward to meeting you!
Kathryn Huff purchased this studio in 2019
Why Kathryn Huff chose South Redlands
These are a few of my favorite things: 1. This property has CHARACTER! She's a grand old dame, and will be 100 years old in 2025. Architectural beauty abounds. 2. Mature trees! Redlands is known for its trees, and our property is a showcase for grand trees. We have stately palm, Chinese elm, orange, pomegranate, and redwood trees, all providing dappled shade, coolness, and privacy. 3. Light and treetop views! The many windows in the Redlands Guesthouse flood it with an airy, treehouse feeling that makes me just want to stare out the windows for hours or curl up with a book OR get outside and enjoy all that sun!
What makes this studio unique
Artist's Retreat! Because I am a writer, I know the importance of having a room of your own at times for creative pursuits. The Redlands Guesthouse is ideal for an artist's retreat where you can work on your project. Special artist's discount upon approval of sample work and description of your project. Romantic Getaway! ALSO, my husband and I are romantics, and if you're there with your special someone, you'll find the Redlands Guesthouse--and Redlands in general--to be a great place to nurture and rekindle your love for each other. We're picking up a hot tub this week, and it should be installed soon, hopefully by the time you arrive! The backyard at night is magical, with tiki torches, strings of lights, fire pit, and a fountain. Walk to a romantic restaurant, or grill steaks on the outdoor bbq. XO! Busman's Holiday! FINALLY, I know that sometimes you just have to work out of town, right? Well, the Redlands Guesthouse provides the privacy and connectivity you'll need to get the job done. Plus, just ask, and I'll be happy to copy, scan, print, or fax for you (small jobs only. For larger jobs, we have printing centers nearby). We're close to ESRI, the University of Redlands, and several area hospitals if you need to do business with any of those places.