About Harrell Destinations
Founded by the nomad himself, Erick Harrell pursued a lifelong journey of an inclusive world fit for everyone. After years of real estate development off the beaten path, Harrell Destinations is where the rubber meets the road.
Harrell Destinations strives for a commitment to provide incomparable service and aims to inspire our guests to venture out and experience another unique Harrell Destination.
Rock Haven Retreat
Joshua Tree, California
Closest Airbnb to the West entrance of the Joshua Tree National Park. You can walk into the park from the back yard if you wanted. Our house provides a very airy feeling with the open concept kitchen, dining room, and living room. We have tons of windows too!! This allows you to view all of the surrounding mountains and wildlife. We have one bedroom with a queen bed. We do have a daybed that transforms into two twin beds in the living room.
The Gadsden Hotel
A local and national treasure, The Gadsden Hotel opened its doors in 1907. For over 100 years the Gadsden has been host to history and we welcome you to join that history and spend some time with us. Whether for an event, a cold beverage in the Saddle & Spur Saloon or an entire weekend, we welcome you.
Destination @ Oak Creek
Our absolutely Gorgeous 2.5 acre property consists of 10 luxury cabins that are tucked right up on the Red Rocks of Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, AZ with Breathtaking views in every direction!
Canyon Wren Cabins
Offering intimate cabin lodging, we are nestled in scenic Oak Creek Canyon, just north of Sedona, Arizona. We are the best of everything wrapped in a small package. Come and experience a different kind of getaway! Our exclusive cabins provide an ideal hideaway.
New Castle Island
An intimate getaway attached to the historic Oak Creek, this property is perfect for two looking for an exclusive getaway with the peaceful sounds of nature passing by their front door.
The Gallant Lady
Gallant Lady is a wonderful classic 65 foot wooden vessel from 1940. Her hull is close grained fir, her upper structure teak, and her interior mahogany. She boasts five double cabins, two heads, a ship’s library stocked with books of fiction, area wildlife, history, and geology, a roomy wheelhouse so you can take a turn at the wheel, and level spacious decks to enjoy the clean salt air.