Enjoy this lovely, clean, quiet end-of-cul-de-sac home with private upstairs bedroom and bath, lots of amenities in beautiful Fort Bragg on the matchless Mendocino Coast. Stay near the Pacific Ocean and Glass Beach, the world famous Skunk Train, great hiking, kayaking and beach-going, scenic Noyo Harbor, Anderson Valley's wine tasting, and much more all close at hand. One hypoallergenic dog and one cuddly cat on premises. Check the reviews we have so far -- we're worth it. You'll love it here.
“Alan’s place was a wonderful stay. I was in a rush to book a place in the Mendocino/Fort Bragg area and ended booking Alan’s listing. The room was very clean and had a very whimsical nature to it. Alan was a great host providing lots of suggestions for places to eat and to see in the area. I ended up using some of the food suggestions and all were great. I wasn’t staying for very long, but for the short time I was staying, I was very comfortable. It’s is also a great value for the wonderful home you get to stay, with the added bonus of a very cute dog. If I ever am back in Fort Bragg, I would choose to come back to Alan’s place again.”
A roadside attraction without the distraction. A car goes by, a bicyclist or walker passes, swallows dip and dart. This circa 1890s former blacksmith shop is twenty feet to the peaceful Pacific Coast Highway, and a quick walk to a secluded beach. Westport boomed in 1878 and was the largest town north of San Francisco, but truth be told, not much happens here any more. Open and airy and cozy and happy, packed with strange and varied art work. Enjoy cooking and napping, reading or staring, and the endless changing Pacific off the deck. Writers, escapists, and creative types will appreciate the solitude of the detached artist studio. One bedroom is cozy and dark, the other bright, with a view to the ocean and a loaded bookshelf. The kitchen has a 4 burner gas range/oven and coffee maker. The living area has a long table for a gourmet spread or a project. Bath with shower, washer and dryer, and the Lost Coast's largest collection of those plaster fish. Watch a DVD or listen to music. Play a game. Be inspired. Soak in the hot tub or just sit on the porch in comfortable adarondack chairs. Outside you will find a 100 square foot artist studio with another large deck. There is a writing desk inside and a stereo system for ipod/computer hookup with two indoor speakers. Great space to do some morning yoga or painting. There is also a very comfortable oversized chair that converts to a twin size sleeper bed. Extra sheets/blankets are next to the sofa sleeper. You will also find a charcoal grill outside. There sandy beaches just a block away and down the bluffs to stairs. All the nearby beaches are dog friendly too and pets are welcome in my home. Buy local! The Westport General store sells beer and staples and makes great organic sandwiches and pizzas to order. The Westport Hotel and Old Abalone Pub serves dinners on the weekends. Off high-way parking for two cars. Note that the side yard is a sculpture construction site for The Westport Whale, a future roadside attraction. This place has all the basic amenities without the frills. The exterior of the house is almost completely renovated fully restoring it to it's historic state. It is my Dream and my favorite place to be in the whole world. I hope you will enjoy it too.
“We just returned last night from our 2 night stay which was not enough time there :) You MUST come and experience Kyle's Artist's Oceanside House! From the moment you pull into the driveway and walk up the stairs of the deck and see the view of the beautiful Pacific Oean AHHHHH....and then enter the house to find so many things to look at. From books to pictures to art peices...you can spend hours taking it all in. If you enjoy wine tasting please check out the Pacific Star Winery which is about a 10 minute drive. The wine, the view and crash of the waves was breath taking. We just can't say enoguh about Kyle's magical place so you will need to just come and see it for yourself. :)”
Secluded charming, 150 yr old cabin, hidden in the redwoods, with tennis court, outdoor shower, full kitchen and cozy one room cabin. A large deck surrounds the enchanted cabin. Go back in time and check out of your busy schedule. Enjoy nature, hiking, playing tennis, or just reading on the deck. There is a full kitchen, bbq, or take short trip to the beach, or drive into the charming town of Fort Bragg.
“Peaceful, quiet, and cozy. It was perfect for a disconnecting getaway. But if adventure is what you were looking for there are tons of things just around the corner. The cabin had every need anyone could have. Along with a cut little smores starter pack. Very clean. Would def reccomend staying and would stay again myself.”