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Small farm cabin near town

Entire cabin hosted by Sandy
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the cabin to yourself.
Clean and tidy
15 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
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Great location
95% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
This simple little farm cabin is nestled under Sycamore trees with views of hills and farms. Enjoy the sunset on the porch with a blanket and a glass of wine while watching the horses graze peacefully. On clear nights you can see the North Star and the Milky Way.
We are located just one mile away from the artsy village center of Three Rivers and 6 miles from the entrance to the Sequoia National Park. Please don't hesitate to message me if you have any questions. Enjoy your stay!

The space
This is a studio with kitchenette and separate sleeping area with Queen bed. Bathroom has a shower with toilet and sink. There are towels, linens, soaps and shampoo.

The kitchenette has a double hotplate, microwave, pots and pans, coffee maker, coffee bean grinder, blender. There are spices and some basic supplies. The refrigerator is a small table model.

I have no tv reception or cable but I do have WiFi and a flatscreen, dvd player, dvd's, books on local history, a copy of Henry David Thoreau's master piece Walden and the Bhagavata Gita, a text Thoreau read at Walden Pond.

Please use our guest book for your journal entry. We all love to read about your "Thoreau" experience.

Guest access
This is a private cabin with your own entrance, parking and outdoor area. You can walk and enjoy the grounds and pasture.
The grounds are lush and green during winter and spring while dry and yellow during summer and fall. We have a beautiful old fig tree and a large olive tree near the cabin. There is a picnic table and seating on the porches.
There are several sitting areas that take advantage of the views of the nearby hills and farms.
Don't forget to go outside on clear nights to enjoy the starry sky with Milky Way and shooting stars.

Other things to note
The area is quiet but we are in the country near farms and there could be noise from neighboring dogs, chicken, horses and cows. Also sightings of coyotes, woodpeckers, owls, rabbits, squirrels, wild turkeys, deer and other wildlife are possible.

Any of the above animals have been noted to roam the property. Most guests like the little Corgi dog coming over to greet, some guests have complained about barking dogs. Bring earplugs if you think you need them.

When booking please check if the amount of guests is correct in your reservation. If there are more guests on the property than in your reservation, you will forfeit your deposit. This includes children of all ages.
This simple little farm cabin is nestled under Sycamore trees with views of hills and farms. Enjoy the sunset on the porch with a blanket and a glass of wine while watching the horses graze peacefully. On clear…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

Amenities

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Laptop-friendly workspace
Iron
TV
Hair dryer
Heating
Air conditioning
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Location

Three Rivers, California, United States

This is the area where the first settlers started their farms and ranches during
the Gold rush days. Guests enjoy walking the local farm roads.

There is a nice and easy hike on Blossom Drive up the hill to the Public Cemetery near Blossom Peak, which has nice views of the area, or you could hike along the roads to creeks and rivers. A five minute drive leads you to excellent river access with swimming holes and fishing.

The entrance to Sequoia National Park is 6 miles up the road. Once inside the park, it takes a 45 min drive to get to the main attractions like Morro Rock, the world's largest tree General Sherman, and the Congress Trail.

The town center within a mile has a post office and Village Market with butchery, local vegetable and eggs, home made breakfast burritos, soups and sandwiches.
Another mile up the Sierra highway is a Shell station and locally owned businesses like Sierra Subs with delicious handmade gourmet sandwiches and seating next to the river, Three Rivers Brewery, The Ol' Buckaroo with outdoor seating on the river, The Riverview lounge and restaurant, where you can enjoy your local microbrews on tap and BBQ burgers on homemade buns, sitting next to the river or mingling with the local cowboys near the bar and pool table.
Weekends have live music by local bands.
Don't forget to check out Corts Gallery, Nadines Gallery and the Historical Museum.
This is the area where the first settlers started their farms and ranches during
the Gold rush days. Guests enjoy walking the local farm roads.

There is a nice and easy hike on Blossom Drive…

Hosted by Sandy

Joined in September 2018
    Co-hosts
    • Yvo
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      Things to know

      House rules
      Check-in: After 4:00 p.m.
      Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
      Not suitable for children and infants
      No smoking
      No pets
      No parties or events