The Tower Homestead was built from a 100-year-old house that was originally located in Pasadena, CA. In 1933, plank by plank, the house was relocated to Twentynine Palms on the back of a Model T truck.
Today, guests can enjoy the Western Room or the Sun Room, both offering comfortable accommodations.
The Western Room: Enjoy quiet and peaceful nights resting on a queen size pillow top mattress. Windows face east for the morning sunrise overlooking the cactus garden. Hand made antique wooden doors from Mexico add a rustic feel to the room. A large collection of native American Indian rugs and museum-quality paintings add to the decór. The Western Room opens up to Lily's Living Room with an original stone wood burning fireplace.
The Sun Room: Double bed with an additional single bed occupancy - both with comfortable pillow top mattresses. The Sun Room is decorated with beautiful Henry Mockel prints. West facing windows allow plenty of natural light. This unique room opens up to the Tower Homestead family room with woodburning fireplace and large flat screen TV.