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Ojai Farm Hostel

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Description
An international backpackers lodge 50 miles north of Los Angeles California. Located in the beautiful Ojai valley, gateway to the southern California outback.

$15 per night
We are backpackers and are offering travelers a unique opportunity to experience visiting a family farm, in a lovely rural setting, nestled among palm trees, oaks, pines, eucalyptus, and our organic fruit orchard which includes mulberries, blood oranges, avocados, figs, persimmon, sapote, pummelo, carob, pear, apple, citrus and macadamia nut.

* Non-Smoking (indoors & outdoors)
* 10 minutes from downtown Ojai.
* 20 minutes from Ventura beach
* 40 minutes from Santa Barbara
* free pickup from Ventura Greyhound with prior reservations
* vegetarian kitchen
* bicycles
* surfboards
* phone
* independently owned
* 12 beds
* gateway to the Los Padres National Forest and Sespe Condor Sanctuary, the largest expanse of wilderness in California, with rock climbing, camping and thousands of miles of hiking trails, encompassing the Sespe and Matilija streams.

Phone reservations are essential and proof of international travel is required:

* either an air ticket to a foreign destination
* or a 3 or 6 month visa
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Hostelz.com Guest Reviews
2  I stayed in the hostel a few years ago (and was the only person in the hostel), and still remember it as being a creepy, scary place. The owner said things that made him seen crazy. Do not ever go here if you're traveling alone. It's too bad, because the area and the city of Ojai is amazing.  ()
4  Quiet hostel, with average accommodations but a very enthusiastic owner, who is kind enough to let you try the fruit which is in season. It's very beneficial to have a mode of transport, though, as it is a bit out in the sticks.  ()

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