Pick your preferred language. We speak English and 42 other languages.
Located in Julian, Julian Gold Rush Hotel provides a garden and terrace. Free WiFi is available. At the hotel, each room has a closet. Like stepping back 100+ years. The staff were so friendly and attentive. The decor was quirky, the food excellent. A place to totally chill.
Quiet Cabin in Julian is 15 miles or 16 mi from Anza Borrego Desert State Park. The property is 1.7 mi from downtown Julian and free private parking is offered. Bed..tub..beds in 2nf br. Food..cozyness.spaciouus etc.
Eaglenest Bed & Breakfast is set in Julian, 17 mi from Anza Borrego Desert State Park and 37 mi from Downtown San Diego. All good. Wonderful everything. Nice hosts.
Featuring a garden, a terrace as well as a shared lounge, Wikiup Bed and Breakfast is located in Julian, within 31 miles of Anza Borrego Desert State Park. Free WiFi is available. Time spent interacting with the hostess made us feel at home and completely relaxed.
Located in historic downtown Julian and family owned and operated for 25 years, Oak Hill Inn, Julian offers free WiFI access in public areas. Enjoyed every part of our stay. We plan to be back to visit this cute little town in the winter and we definitely plan to stay at this inn again.
Located in the picturesque historic mining town of Julian, this lodge provides guests with a daily deluxe continental breakfast. Guest rooms offer hand-selected décor and free WiFi. It was a very comfortable stay.. The room was super clean and well maintained. And the hotel staff was super friendly..
Located in Ramona in the California region, GetAways at San Diego Country Estates has accommodations with free WiFi, as well as access to a hot tub.
In Ramona, California, this property features apartment-style accommodations, complete with all of free Wi-Fi and many on-site recreational activities. Great staycation only 40 minutes from home. Very large apartment style timeshare with fireplace and full kitchen, interior fully remodeled and nicely appointed throughout. Will come back in the summer.
Nestled in the San Vicente Valley, Riviera Oaks Resort and Racket Club features 16 tennis courts and a spa. Their spacious villas offer fully equipped kitchens and fireplaces. Friendly, attentive and helpful staff
This resort is less than a 20 minute drive from Barona Casino and Barona Creek Golf Club. Love this place where it is at the golf coarse the trails the resort the people it’s a nice get away
Lovely old mining town. Not too much to see... You can visit it in a day or less but great spot in San Diego county to stay. Quiet, quaint and close to San Diego with everything it has to offer. The local roads are very picturesque and a lot of fun to drive.
Julian is a charming little town with good food (try the pie) and great people. It has boutiques, antique shops (near by), country food stores, farmers markets, hometown restaurants, etc...and feels like you are stepping back in time! It is only one and a half blocks in size, which adds to it’s charm, but you could probably see it in one or two days. Also, the entire town closes at 5:00 PM except for two restaurants that close at 8:00 PM, so be prepared. Overall it it the perfect place to get out of the city and relax for a weekend. Highly recommend!
My 6 y/o son and I spent the weekend in Julian. We loved it. It was our first time there and at first didn’t seem like much to do. As we explored the town and talked to business owners, we found there was so much to do. We visited the pioneer museum. The volunteer at the museum told us about the mining tour. We walked from the museum to the mine. The tour was wonderful. My son loved seeing the mine and panning for gold. Our tour guide told us about the old cemetery in Julian. We ate at Romano’s, Heroes and Rongbranch Cafe. Every meal was excellent and everybody was so nice and helpful. Heroes is a wonderful place. It is patriotic themed and dedicated to military and first responders. We walked everywhere. I never moved my car from the hotel parking lot. We will definitely be back to explore some more.
Julian has a friendly atmosphere. Jeremy’s is a great spot for dinner. Lots of parks and hiking trails. Maybe too many motorcycles Julian has a tea room with the most delicious tea and scones. Service and knowledge of tea was greater than expected. A day at Himalaya mine was way different. Came home with a nice rock. Winding mountain roads and soaring hawks healed my weary soul.
Awesome home cooking at the local food spots. First night we had Romano’s, which from a family heavy in old Italian food was a little heavy on oil, But was good. We ordered Julian Grille to go which had very good burgers. Also had lunch at grandmas cafe, the Quish was awesome, and the deep dish apple pie was a perfect topper. The apple pie is a must anywhere while in town. Food is a little pricey at the general store advise bringing drinks, and snacks with you. Everything closes down around 7-8 so make plans for dinner times before you go. Great vacation spot for those looking to go up the country.
Stay away from "Quiet Cabin in Julian"; had a terrible experience there. The rest of Julian is great. Great hiking, good food, wonderful scenery. "Quiet Cabin in Julian" is over priced (watch out for all the add-ons). Should have stayed at the Julian Hotel. Was treated very poorly at the "Quiet Cabin in Julian" on Canyon Drive.
8.9 Excellent 40 reviews
Overall a wonderful place to relax surrounded by nature! The lodge is gorgeous inside and out. My room came with a small balcony with a table and chairs. What a beautiful unobstructed view of the area. The bed was quite comfy and everything in the room was in good working order. Emily, the innkeeper, was very responsive to any needs I had and ready with a recommendation if I needed one. I really appreciated her making mine a delightful stay! The area has so many things to see and do. Can't wait to go back.
7.5 Good 171 reviews
They had availability while the nearby town of Julian, CA was completely full. Really friendly and fat black cat in the lobby could barely roll over to come and say hi. Across the street from the only restaurant open after 8PM on Sunday. Free HBO. If you like revisiting the motels of your 1980s childhood - this is a throwback!
9.4 Awesome 20 reviews
The setting of this cabin is gorgeous, and it is literally three minutes away from the main street of Julian where there are dining and shopping options. It has a modern bathroom and available wi-fi, all without sacrificing charm. The owner, John, was extremely helpful and made check-in and check-out a breeze.
9.7 Exceptional 46 reviews
The Hostess’s are amazing people, great story tellers and chiefs. The location is close to Julian with grounds covered in whimsical beauty. Our room was Rosie’s Secret with a cloud for a bed. For our 10 year Aniversary it was magical!
8.7 Excellent 29 reviews
This is a campground with a few permanent huts, not a hotel. As a campground, it is an excellent choice. I slept very well in the sheepwagon, and the pool was a great bonus in the desert.
9.2 Awesome 250 reviews
A gem of a hotel. Rooms and inside are cozy and spotless. Staff is friendly. And the 2-course breakfast was delicious!
8.8 Excellent 232 reviews
This older Inn has a friendly owner. Our room while older was clean and the location to downtown Julian is excellent.
8.6 Excellent 255 reviews
The room was nice, it was clean. Julian is a quaint little town as is Julian Lodge.