Bolinas, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Bolinas

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    Excellent
    21 reviews
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      Excellent
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        The SpaceLocated in Bolinas on the beautiful Marin County Coast, The Garden Room offers exquisite guest quarters in an idyllic setting. Although part of the main house, The Garden Room is completely independent, with a separate entrance, private bath and kitchenette. Lovely accommodations are set amid nearly an acre of lush gardens on the Bolinas Mesa. Agate Beach is a short walk away, and the trails of the Point Reyes National Seashore and the amenities of downtown Bolinas are within a few minutes by car. Enter The Garden Room through your private entrance. The Garden Room features a spacious light filled main room with spectacular views of the Upper and Lower Gardens which sleeps a maximum of three, one double bed and a single day bed. A gas fireplace adds heat and charm. The private, immaculate bathroom has a pedestal sink and shower. A kitchenette with mini-fridge, microwave and toaster/convection oven and facilities for coffee and hot drinks is stocked with continental breakfast fare. WiFi service and a land line telephone (cell service can be problematic) will keep you connected; the room offers ipod speakers, CD player and radio. Enjoy your private out door seating area overlooking the koi pond and water garden, or stroll down the garden pathways and find your own special corner of this heavenly property, which has become a destination for garden lovers and horticulturists alike. Visit the studio of owner Sally Robertson, where art and garden meet, and view original watercolors, prints and note cards. Maximum of 3 guests (including children of any age). No Pets. Price includes local taxes.
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        12 reviews
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        The SpaceCirca 1906 one-bedroom cottage was once part of the Briones Mexican Land Grant. The Briones' married into the Lauff Family and this was the home of Jack Lauff. The Cottage was a caretaker cottage. Tucked in an orchard garden., it features a sun porch, separate office/studio; sunny, peaceful, & private location. Fresh eggs from the owner's flock of chickens (when available). Or you may be inspired y to bake your favorite cookies and pies. The house just has that feeling. Wildlife abounds...quail, blue herons, deer, blue birds, soaring hawks, and hummingbirds as you bathe in the outdoor tub surrounded by honeysuckle, jasmine and roses. Guest AccessBird watching, Camping, Environmental Studies, Eco-systems, Slow food, Organic Food, Organic Farming, Mushrooming, Fishing, Marine Reserve, National Park, State Parks, hiking, Surfing, Beach Combing, Tide Pooling, The Bolinas Museum, Art Galleries, Artist Studios, Abundant wildlife, Astronomy, Marine Studies, Wildflowers, Yoga, Meditation, Photography, Metal Detecting. Wild food foraging. Interaction with GuestsOwner lives on the property in another house. There is a total of 2 acres and the cottage has its own fenced in area. Guests enjoy ample privacy. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is quiet and pastoral. The properties on Horseshoe Hill Road consist of acreage so there is a real-in-the-country feel. In winter (now that there has been rain) thousands of frogs sing in the night, along with owls, night herons. You can often hear coyotes in the distance. In the morning the song birds have a beautiful repertoire of revels. There are no streetlights so it is excellent for stargazing when the night skies are clear. Getting AroundWest Marin Stagecoach from Bolinas to Mill Valley then Golden Gate Transit to San Francisco. Other Things to NoteA French Press was added to the kitchen equipment as per recommendation from a guest
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        52 reviews
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        The SpaceThis is an ideal spot for one or two people. A place to completely unwind. A retreat in nature surrounded by the sounds of birds and the ocean. A great place to read a book! Please note: two-adult maximum occupancy—we are unable to accommodate any more than two. Not suitable for children. No pets. No smoking anywhere on the property, inside or out. Due to the area-wide, high-fire danger: no fires of any kind; no grilling. Bring your slippers or other cozy foot coverings—we are a shoes-free home. Guest AccessBasic items are stocked throughout the entire rental property. Guest renter(s) will be the only ones using the house and are invited to use what we have stocked in our home. Interaction with GuestsGuests will be greeted upon their arrival in order that the key can be handed off and any questions answered. Should anything arise during your stay, I am available via text and/ or phone. Please note that, on occasion, I may be out of cell range due to pockets of poor or no reception. I will, however, get back to you as soon as I receive your text message or voice mail. The NeighborhoodBolinas is a community made up of all sorts of people, many of whom are there to get away. The town has a store that stocks all sorts of sundry items as well as a meat and fish counter; additionally, there is a health food store located directly behind the public library. There, too, one can find fruits and vegetables along with a range of other products. The local restaurant in town, Coast Café, serves lunch and dinner; it also has a coffee kiosk open throughout the day. Smiley's Saloon is located directly across the street. There are a couple of surf shops that rent out wet suits and surf boards. Point Reyes Station, Olema, Inverness and other points north are a short drive, depending on traffic. The community of Stinson Beach, to the South, is about a 15-minute drive away. There you will find restaurants and surf shops, among other things. The Bolinas Museum has a wonderful archival room that covers the history of Bolinas and neighboring communities. Additionaly, there are exhibits in the main rooms of the museum; these warrant a visit. Museum hours are: Friday, 1:00 - 5:00 PM; Saturday, noon - 5:00 PM; Sunday, noon - 5:00 PM. Bolinas is a great community from which to make forays farther afield. The best thing about the Bolinas area is the surrounding nature. What a way to relax and unwind. Getting AroundThere is on-the-property parking. The town of Bolinas is a 5-10 minute walk down the hill with beach access nearby. If you need directions to the property, please let us know. Other Things to NoteBasics, such as coffee and teas, along with some other staples, will be stocked in the kitchen while towels, shampoo, conditioner and soap will be provided in the bathroom. The bed is queen size. All windows and doors have screens. There is a laundromat, next to the hardware store in town, should you need one. WiFi tends to be slow (DSL) and coverage can be spotty. This, however, makes it easier to unplug and relax!
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        The SpaceWell cared for, three bedroom house on the Mesa. Enjoy all the beauty of West Marin. Great surfing spot, hiking, biking, bird watching, swimming. There is a park nearby too. We are 1 mile from the beach. The house has a beautiful garden, hot tub and outdoor shower. It has clean and modern furnishings,with no clutter. Light and airy. There is a fireplace in the living room (although lots of no burn days in Marin). Full kitchen, with island, gas range. We have 3 bedrooms: (1) master with king upstairs; (2) queen downstairs; and (3) "bunkbed room" with bunkbed plus separate single bed. There are 2 1/2 baths. TV (no cable), DVD player, internet and stereo. The house is on a quiet, residential street. So, there can be no noise or parties at the house or in the yard. NO PETS due to allergies! No smoking.
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        The SpaceSpectacular oceanfront home with unparalleled and panoramic views from San Francisco, to Stinson, to Duxbury reef. Designed by famous Bay Area Architect Edward B Page in the early 1960's. It is a beautiful example of of mid-century modern architecture and I believe the only home he designed in Bolinas. The house is sited on an expansive almost 2 acre oceanfront parcel with very large, fenced in, level yards and only a short walk to the beach (5 min walk!!), and the town of Bolinas! This 3 bedroom (plus den), 2.5 bath house is perfect for families or couples looking for the ultimate in relaxation and privacy. Enjoy beaching (Bolinas or Stinson), surfing, magical hikes on the Palomarin trails, tide-pooling at agate beach....... or drive less than an hour into downtown San Francisco or central Napa Valley. Bolinas is a jewel.... The main floor is tastefully decorated with comfortable furniture, it is open concept, the family room, dining room, and kitchen all have huge windows overlooking the waves and views. The master bedroom has a queen bed and overlooks the pacific, there are 2 other bedrooms, one with a bunk bed (queen over queen), the other bedroom has a queen bed, house has 2 and 1/2 baths . Downstairs is a great den/tv room...patio doors open to a huge level oceanfront field, large enough to play a soccer game! Soak in the huge ocean front copper tub and enjoy views of the surfers and the sounds of crashing waves below, relax by the oceanfront firepit at night or enjoy the expansive fenced in level yards... Picture yourself on our fabulous shearling sectional sofas, enjoying the fire... while gazing out over the pacific...you will never want to leave this special place. We supply Turkish bath towels, and luxurious bed linens, top of the line Tempur Pedic mattress's. Interior has wood burning fireplace, electric heat, (2) Samsung HD smart TVs, DVD/Blu-ray,wireless internet, microwave oven, electric range, Nespresso latte/cappuccino maker, toaster, juicer, panini press, food processor, crock pot/pressure cooker, coffee maker, iron, iron board, silverware, dishes, vacuum, dish washer, refrigerator, washer & dryer. Deck has a Viking gas grill, outdoor dining table with firepit and outdoor sofas/living room..... Our fully equipped kitchen comes with most all non- perishable items you will need to cook like spices, sauces, nespresso/espresso capsules, etc. Paper items like paper towel, napkins, toilet paper are provided. We also provide body wash, shampoo/conditioner, bath salts, etc Guest AccessEntire house Interaction with GuestsTotally Private The NeighborhoodBolinas Beaches are fabulous, together with adjacent Duxbury Reef, Agate Beach offers amazing opportunities to surf, explore tide pools filled with marine life, general beach recreation, wildflower viewing, bird watching, and on clear days, incredible views to the Farallon Islands and beyond. The town and beach access steps are located just a short stroll down the street. Bolinas beach has smooth and friendly waves and is perfect for beginner surfers. The town of Boinas has a great restaurant (all organic food) , 2 markets, coffee stand, fabulous/new Beth's bakery and Smiley's, the oldest Saloon in the state has great live music. Don't miss the fabulous fresh organic produce at Gospel Flats Farm, fresh crab (when in season). Palomarin (freshwater lakes!) and Commonweal(hidden beach) hiking trails are also very close to the house and are like nothing else in the County, be safe and enjoy. Many famous artists frequently display their art in the downtown gallery and museum, also Yoga and Pilates classes are offered in town. Getting AroundWalk, bike, hike.... West Marin Stage Coach can get you in and out of town Other Things to NoteThere is firewood and extra propane (for BBQ and fire pit should you need it) in the garage furthest to the left of the entry. Please help yourself to any items located in our kitchen. Most nonperishable cooking ingredients like spices, etc. are provided, including Nespresso capsules located in the kitchen pantry. The laundry machines are also located in the garage.
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        191 reviews
        1br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceEclectic Vinyl Collection 1908 Henry Miller Upright Piano All Nighter Wood Burning Stove Guest AccessEclectic Vinyl Collection 1908 Henry Miller Upright Piano All Nighter Wood Burning Stove Interaction with GuestsSeldom and Friendly The NeighborhoodQuiet and Peaceful with Ocean Breeze. We are in the country and it does happen that we can have encounters with deer, fox, raccoons, frogs and sometimes mice. Getting AroundGreat on Bike, dirt roads, hiking trails
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        The SpaceEnjoy the north-central coast of California at the Quail House in Bolinas, an aesthetically pleasing, immaculately clean, and comfortable retreat for singles, couples, or couples with a child under 5 or 6. There is much attention to detail throughout this private, separate unit with its own parking place and entrance to the property. Located within a famous one and a half acre demonstration garden of coastal native plants, in the incomparable "hippie-chic" (as one visitor called it) town of Bolinas, one hour but a world away from San Francisco. At the southern end of the Pt Reyes National Seashore, 150 miles of hiking trails are available. The cottage is an entirely self-contained 400 sq. ft (20'x20') unit that includes a full kitchen and spacious bathroom, with its own parking space, visited only by you and the quail. In the surrounding garden, we grow some of the many threatened native California wildflowers, for seed-collection and for the seasonal enjoyment of our guests and us. It is one large room, with a completely equipped new kitchen area, including refrigerator, butcher block and tiled counters, and new gas stove. The style is "California bungalow." Guests often remark on the inlaid and handmade furniture. The sound of the ocean, 1/3 of a mile away, will rock you to sleep at night. Please note that we have a three-night minimum Friday thru Sunday and a two night minimum during the week. Please discuss with us if you wish to bring a child with you, so we can ensure time to "baby proof" the cottage. You will enjoy a new and very comfortable queen size bed with organic sheets and down comforters from the local organic cotton store, a reclining 2-person loveseat, and an unusually spacious bathroom with a clawfoot bathtub and on-demand unlimited hot water for long, luxurious baths. Fine bath products are available for your use, including handmade organic soaps from a creative local soapmaker. We provide Peets coffee, both caffeinated and decaf, and a wide selection of teas, with cream from a local organic dairy. We stock staples like olive oil and Balsamic and other vinegars and seasonings, and fine dutch cocoa for hot chocolate.When available, we share fresh eggs from our neighbor's backyard hens. If you come during a baking fest, you'll share in the bounty, which frequently includes native nuts and berries, like our huckleberry-hazel-nut muffins, or homemade cornbread. Books on the area are supplied, including two books written by your host, partly about the development of this garden, and published by University of California Press. Organic, local, salvaged, and re-used materials were used whenever possible in the construction of the cottage. People often ask about the floor, which is made of locally-milled California bay laurel. Tile from the venerable local Heath Tile Factory ornaments the kitchen, with a built-in butcher block counter. The high ceiling and many windows add to the pleasantness of the dappled sunlight changing throughout the day. A large coast live oak surrounds the cottage, providing roosting spaces for our local quail covey and a scenic backdrop for the cottage. Coffeeberry, coyote bush, redwoods, and many native wildflowers and bunchgrasses, surround the cottage. The garden has been designed with the needs of California quail in mind, and their sweet and varied calls can be heard throughout the day. This is why no pets are allowed. The Quail House is highly recommended for writers, with a spacious wooden dining table to spread out at, and a small private desk area as well. Your neighbors are an eclectic assortment of local fishermen, surfboard shapers, woodworkers, one publisher, and several ceramicists. Your host is the proprietor of Larner Seeds, dedicated specialists in California native plants, so plant and bird lovers will find a lot to learn and enjoy on-site as well as in the vicinity. Nearby Agate Beach is a 1/3 mile walk away, and includes Duxbury Point, a famous Marine Sanctuary for tidepooling and beach walking. It's rocky, so if you prefer a sand beach, go downtown to Brighton Beach. This town is a unique enclave of dedicated artists, writers, naturalists, and rugged individualists. If you choose, you can be busy all the time, with the many local events taking place in our lively community. A minimum stay of 3 nights is required, with a cleaning fee of $80.00 and a security deposit of $300.00. A required Transient Occupancy Tax of 10%, added to the nightly price of $190.00, is collected by us to help pay for the fact that over 50% of Marin County, the unincorporated West Marin part, is parks and open space for your enjoyment. Cancellations require one week in advance. Singles, couples, and families with one child under 5 can be accommodated. Public transportation is provided by West Marin Stagecoach. Downtown Bolinas is one of the sweetest downtowns in the world (in our opinion). Though we have only (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) people in Bolinas, downtown you will find a restaurant, two markets, the library, the post office, several shops, a saloon, a sandy beach, a second-hand store, and an excellent regional museum. A downtown like this is a real center for the community, Explore! Check out the events and classes at the Bolinas Community Center as well. Here are many interesting cultural events, and some of our visitors have thrown themselves with gusto into local events and classes. The local saloon, Smiley's, is the oldest continuously operating saloon in California, providing a continuous array of a wide variety of musicians, both local and not. There are two markets in town, one, The Bolnas Peoples Store, a natural foods store and the other, The Bolinas Market, providing local meats, seafood, and poultry. We also have a great restaurant offering local produce and seafood, the Coast Cafe, as well as a smoothie lounge called Bobolicious. The Bolinas Museum has top-quality exhibits and a fascinating and informative History Room. Musical events often take place in its courtyard. On Fridays, Star Route Farms, the oldest organic farm in the state, sells directly to the public as well. We also have a unique used bookstore, Michael's, where you can stock up on used books for $1.to $2 apiece! It is next to the Post Office on Brighton Road. Our local surf shop around the corner provides lessons and surfing supplies. Located at the southern end of the Pt Reyes National Seashore, we have access to 150 miles of trails. Nearby is the Pt Reyes Bird Observatory, a must-see, as well as Commonweal, a well-known retreat center sponsoring an impressive array of NGOs and with a lecture series packed with interesting speakers. View (EMAIL HIDDEN) A favorite trail begins at Palomarin parking lot at the end of Mesa Road, with access to Bass Lake, a favored summer swimming spot, Alamere Falls, and Pelican Lake. For the intrepid hiker looking for a challenge, these trails can be taken all the way into the northern part of Pt Reyes National Seashore. There are hikes of all lengths and difficulty. We are glad to advise you. Only an hour's drive from San Francisco, we are surrounded by national and state parks and county open space. Mt. Tamalpais State Park, with its gorgeous views, the summer Mountain Play, and an astounding number of different ecosystems, is accessed just across Hwy One on the Bolinas-Fairfax Road and includes redwoods, serpentine, grasslands, and chaparral, with numerous beautiful trails available. Hikers will never run out of hikes around here, and surfers will be happy as well. We are 10 minutes north of Stinson Beach and about half an hour from the renowned Muir Woods, where mighty redwoods can be viewed, a good stop along the way, with a great cafe and bookstore as well. We love our area and enjoy sharing it. We can advise on hikes and restaurants or leave you to your own adventures. Guest AccessGuests have the use of their own private garden immediately surrounding the Quail House, as well as total access to our entire 1.5 acre site, including the Demonstration Garden, the comfortable shady patio in the courtyard by our house, their own private raised deck, their own private parking space, the pond area by the Larner Seeds Office, and all the nooks and crannies and areas of special plantings. You are heartily encouraged to explore! There is an outdoor shower by one of the bathrooms that guests are welcome to use, and for stays of over 3 days, a washer & dryer are available in the office bathroom. The whole garden is available, and we love to see guests finding their own favorite garden spots. We also frequently host day after the wedding brunches for up to 45 people in the Quail House Garden, you supply the caterer. Additional cost depends on the details. Interaction with GuestsAs far as interactions with guests go, we follow your lead. If we are around, we do like to orient guests to the location as well as: how the heater works, how the couch reclines, which direction is Agate Beach - and to answer any questions. For those times when we are gone, we have left detailed instructions in the folder marked "Welcome to the Quail House." Because of my work with native plants in areas all over California, we are sometimes of necessity out of town during guest stays, but we are always available by phone. Also, two grandsons in LA sometimes requires out presence. The Larner Seeds Staff is here 3 days a week, gone working in the field the rest of the time, but they are helpful with native plant questions and local information. The NeighborhoodQuiet, friendly, full of interesting people. A fine ceramicist specializing in porcelain lives across the street and is glad to show her work. Two fishermen live on the block as well as a famous surfboard shaper. Across the way is a well-known artist and en plein air painter, who also has a gallery downtown. Getting AroundSome - mentioned elsewhere. Your own parking space is conveniently located to the Quail House, and is marked by the quail sculptures on the gate. Most guests rent cars at the airport. Transportation from the airport can also be arranged by private van service from Bolinas, or a combination of buses will get you to Bolinas. We can pick you up from the bus stop, which is in downtown Bolinas. Other Things to NoteGuests who wish to sample the life of the town are advised to either pick up a copy of our local paper, the Hearsay News, or find it (EMAIL HIDDEN) Classes in all kinds of things are available at the Community Center, and there are many interesting cultural events to be enjoyed as well.
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        The SpaceWalking into town is roughly 1 mile, there are trails below our property with access to the wetlands for bird watching. Outside patio offers a view of the Bolinas Lagoon. There 2 bedrooms- one with queen size/one with 2 singles. The rest of the house is open- 2 sitting areas, dining and kitchen. Guest AccessWhole guest house. Extra cushions stored in adjacent garage Interaction with GuestsWe are available to make the guests visit enjoyable and to solve problems when necessary. The NeighborhoodTranquil- sounds of nature- birds including ducks, geese, quail, woodpeckers as well as foxes, coyotes. Walking trails, bike path into town. Getting AroundThere is a sporadic bus service- the West Marin Stage between Marin City, Mill Valley and Bolinas Other Things to Notelocal grocery stores (2) close early, 6:30 and 7:00. No pharmacy in town. Farm stand for seasonal produce open 24.7 Friday farm truck. One restaurant in town; 2 in Stinson Beach.
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        The SpaceLocated right on the Bolinas lagoon with direct access to the water and amazing views from every window. Three minutes to the main beach or the eclectic village. One bedroom with queen size bed, 2 full baths, window seats and queen size sofa bed. Guest AccessCanoe, kayak, BBQ, fully equipped kitchen, stereo, smart TV, wireless, washer & dryer Interaction with GuestsContact by internet or phone The NeighborhoodUnique eclectic village with magnificent surroundings. Other Things to NoteWe have a strict 2 night minimum! $240 is the base price; higher during summer and fall. We ask for a FULLY refundable security deposit check in the amount of $500. which will be mailed to and held by the owners until your departure. Contact owner for direct quotes.
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        The SpaceThis is a doll house with hand cut furniture and homemade sewn coverlets, and arched windows. This is an old redwood house, the bottom half built in 1910 as a garage,and hotdog stand. The cottage has antiques amongst a timeless and soothing quality to being surrounded by wooden redwood timbers and beams. We have a wood stove for cozy conversations.We are just 200 steps from the Bolinas Beach and the town and in the middle of one of the most beautiful locations in California nestled between a national and state parks. Nestled at the base of a 40 acre quail reserve,there is naturally privacy out back as if you were in the forest. We are pet friendly . WE ARE PET FRIENDLY. Also If you leave the doors open and food out you might find wildlife and other creatures stopping in for a visit. Rooms: 2 bedroom with lots a creative architectural spaces with arched windows that opens up into an expansive upstairs after ascending a set of troll stairs into a loft space which can easily become cozy sleeping areas. upstairs loft study studio,enclosed porch room,1 claw foot bathtub,outdoor Japanese hot tub, intimately sleeps 4-6. Pets allowed with pet fee.Beds: 1 queen bed, 2 queen futon couch-beds,2 single futon-couch Bath/Shower: 1 claw foot tub/shower with personal warm water bidet,Japanese Hot Tub perfectly located between the natural splendor of the coastal parks and the cosmopolitan charms of San Francisco, You are one hour from the major San Francisco museums, 2 minutes from the beach and trails,and the town of Bolinas,Muir Woods and one hour quarter from the heart of the wine country.You can surf in the morning, shop for fine organic food at the Bolinas Peoples Store and eat in Point Reyes restaurant for lunchtime. Spend the evening at the ballet, the opera or hear some of the best live music at Sweet Water in Mill Valley 30 minutes away.. Or best of all, just relax and barbecue in the peace and quiet of the environs of the house, especially on a stormy evening. Yet still there are all the modern conveniences of a fancy hotel and more, including cozy bedding feather pillows, electric blankets, 2012 new washer drier, wireless high speed internet, subscription to 'netflicks,' 2 flat screen tv's ,stereo,cards,games,etc. Kitchen has antique gas range,electric oven,microwave, coffee maker,fresh organic coffee and cream,blender,waffle iron,comprehensive set of cooking utensils and spices,antique french telephones unlimited nationwide calls & internet. This Cottage Home sleeps very comfortably, four people that know each other.There is an extra charge $25 per night for more than 2 people a $25 pet fee.Yet we can fit more because one can be by themselves in every corner of the house. You could curtain off the upstairs from the downstairs if necessary. However, there are enough futons for more people. Like entering a fairytale. Charming cozy, handmade, artful,rustic redwood cottage with redwood and old fashioned arched windows, antiques, unique staircase to views of Bolinas Ridge. Downstairs has one bedroom, Italian hand tiled old fashioned kitchen with gas stove, full claw foot tub bath with lounge and a warm water bidet for true comfort. Outdoor Japanese style soaking hot tub. Organic coffee and cream in the mornings,a few spices Nestled between three National Natural Wildlife parks, it is great place to spend the day hiking in Mount Tamalpais and Muir Woods State Parks, Pt Reyes National Seashore. Perfectly located between the natural splendor of the coastal parks and the cosmopolitan charms of San Francisco, You are one hour from the major San Francisco museums, 2 minutes from the beach and trails,and the town of Bolinas,Muir Woods and one hour quarter from the heart of the wine country.You can surf in the morning, shop for fine organic food at the Bolinas Peoples Store and eat in Point Reyes restaurant for lunch. Spend the evening at the ballet, the opera or hear some of the best live music at Sweet Water in Mill Valley 30 minutes away.. Or best of all, just relax in the peace and quiet , even enjoy a stormy evening. There are all the modern conveniences of a fancy hotel and more, including cozy bedding feather pillows, electric blankets,washer drier, wireless high speed internet, subscription to 'netflicks,' 2 flat screen tv's ,stereo,cards,games,etc. Kitchen has antique gas range,electric oven,microwave, coffee maker,fresh organic coffee and cream,comprehensive set of cooking utensils,antique french telephones for unlimited national calling (except Canada & Mexico)calls. We can guarantee that your stay the "Just a Minit" Bolinas Cottage will be the you vacation experience of a lifetime. We charge a cleaning fee $95+ for short rentals over the rate charged by Air B&B. Guest AccessThe entire house is theirs Interaction with GuestsI like to meet them on arrival but otherwise I try not to disturb them during their stay. They may contact me f they have questions. And I love to meet and greet the people if they like. They should worry about calling us if there is a need. The NeighborhoodPeaceful walk to the beach,. A community and local post office,second hand bookstore,museum, art events at the farm stand,hardware store Getting AroundYou can take West Marin Stage Bus to Bolinas from San Francisco . Weekends they have direct link from the ferry to Bolinas. Otherwise regular weekdays to arrive you will have to change in Marin City but a about 2.5 hours total from SF and the house is a block and half from bus stop in town Other Things to NoteDuring July and August we fill 5 DAY RENTALS FIRST and then accept the shorter ones.
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        114 reviews
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        The SpaceThis is a very comfortable home with a spacious great room and a wonderful wood burning stove. We have recently named it the little lemon farm as we just put in a mini grove of nine meyer lemon trees. There is plenty of outdoor entertaining space. Guest AccessIn the garden there are lemon trees, apple trees and vegetables as well as herbs and berries. We welcome guests to snack while they are staying. Guests are welcome to use spices but asked to leave out anything they use the last of so we can replace it. Interaction with GuestsWe are generally around for check in. Otherwise we do not interact with our guests unless they need something or have a question and then we are happy to help or answer any questions. If the guests are staying longer than two days we will come to tend the garden and feed the chickens. The NeighborhoodThe rural setting and large private garden are a lovely respite. We are a 15 minute walk to the beach and block from the bluff that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. The hiking, biking and just walking around the neighborhood is phenomenal. This is country living at its best. Getting AroundThe only public transportation is The Stage. The Stage coach runs are listed on line. Everything in town is within walking or biking distance.
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        25 reviews
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        The SpaceA serene coastal retreat located just 1 hour north of San Francisco in West Marin on the southern tip of the Point Reyes Peninsula. Includes fully equipped kitchen and breakfast nook with an ocean view, large light-filled open living/dining room, wood floors, spacious bedrooms with quality bedding, radiant heat floors in bathroom and kitchen, private interior courtyard, edible gardens, trampoline, washer and dryer, Sonos sound system. 3 day minimum stay, 2 week maximum stay. Comfortable for maximum of four adults. Older children are welcome but due to the close proximity to the cliff, small children need close supervision. NO parties, weddings, groups or pets. Guest AccessTrampoline, parking, back garden, deck and yard for guest house. Off limits is yard and garden of main house. Interaction with GuestsCasually or on request. The NeighborhoodBolinas Beach is a five minute walk down the hill. The small town has one restaurant the Coast Cafe, a regular grocery where you can get fresh, organic meats and fresh fish, and The People's Store for organic fruits and vegetables. There are three museums, a library, a few small shops and gas station (with the most expensive gas in America to support senior housing), three churches and Smiley's--the oldest free-standing saloon in America. There is a beach loop that starts at Brighton and ends at Wharf road back through town. Getting AroundThe West Marin Stage coach (61) leaves at the corner of Brighton to various hiking trails, Mill Valley and beyond. Other Things to NoteThe surrounding nature is beautiful and ever-changing. Just relaxing and watching quail, egrets, hawks, fox, raccoons, and harbor seals or surfers below is a delight. Hiking, swimming, surfing and kayaking are all available nearby.
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        The SpaceOur B&B is SELF CHECK - IN. 11 Wharf Road Bolinas, CA 94924 Please use the walkway to the right of the building. Both bedrooms have private access and bathrooms with claw foot tubs, no showers. Guest AccessSelf Check - in. Your room will be open and there is key code information inside your room. There is one parking space per room in the driveway. There is a back patio and front garden area for use. There is a mini fridge in the hallway for use for both rooms. Interaction with GuestsThere is a welcome letter with our contact info and and other pertinent information in each room. The Neighborhood(URL HIDDEN) Other Things to Note(URL HIDDEN)
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        The SpaceOur B&B is SELF CHECK - IN. 11 Wharf Road Bolinas, CA 94924 Please use the walkway to the right of the building. Both bedrooms have private access and bathrooms with claw foot tubs, no showers. Guest AccessSelf Check - in. Your room will be open and there is key code information inside your room. There is one parking space per room in the driveway. There is a back patio and front garden area for use. There is a mini fridge in the hallway for use for both rooms. Interaction with GuestsThere is a welcome letter with our contact info and and other pertinent information in each room.
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        3br Home/Apartment
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        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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        The SpaceSmiley’s Schooner Saloon was established in 1851 and has been in continual operation in the same stalwart and storied building since - and we've yet to find an older bar west of the Mississippi. The saloon is believed to have been built for the energetic young Captain Isaac Morgan who arrived in Bolinas (or Jugville as it was known then) in 1849. Those were gold rush days, days of growth; when one gambled with one’s dreams and then watched them either shatter and splinter or be crafted and honed into realities. Smiley’s is known among musicians for gigs that come with free beds and a spirited crowd and to music fans as a place to catch artists like the Sam Chase and California Honeydrops. Check out our social media and website for our music calendar. So now you’ll need a place to rest your head; in an outbuilding behind the bar, you’ll find Smiley’s Sleeping Quarters: 6 private rooms with brand new organic linens and mattresses. Room 2 has one queen bed and 1 single day bed with a single pop-up trundle. While we still have a long way to go, we’re happy to report that our rooms are no longer “a warren of stale-smelling rooms hastily constructed behind the town’s only bar" as the New York Times called them in their quirky June 2014 article about Bolinas. Guest AccessOur bartenders are on site until (at least) midnight to check you in, give you your keys and answer any questions. We do not have a reception desk or concierge right now; once you have your keys you are on your own to come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsGuests are encouraged to mingle with other guests, locals and visitors in the Saloon. Ashley, one of the owners, lives just down the road and is available in case of an emergency - or for a friendly chat over a glass of wine. The NeighborhoodSurrounded by protected parks and ocean, the tiny town of Bolinas provides a wild, peaceful escape from the bustle of San Francisco just 25 miles away. Be sure to read up on the history of Bolinas and the many articles written about what do to in and around west Marin: oysters at Marshall Store, horseback riding at Five Brooks Ranch, bird watching at the Observatory, rope swing at Bass Lake, mountain and road bike trails, surf spots, crabbing, tidepooling, fishing, farming and way more. Every day here is a blessing. Getting AroundMost people drive to Bolinas...and the town is notoriously without signage, but there is public transportation to Bolinas from "over the hill" via the Marin Stagecoach. Parking can be tough on weekends, but hotel guests enjoy reserved spots in our private lot. Bikes are recommended. Other Things to Note*Please note that live music often results in some excess noise (and fun) later into the evening.* At this time, Smiley's rooms aren't suitable for children or for folks in need of total peace and quiet.
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        The SpaceSmiley’s Schooner Saloon was established in 1851 and has been in continual operation in the same stalwart and storied building since - and we've yet to find an older bar west of the Mississippi. The saloon is believed to have been built for the energetic young Captain Isaac Morgan who arrived in Bolinas (or Jugville as it was known then) in 1849. Those were gold rush days, days of growth; when one gambled with one’s dreams and then watched them either shatter and splinter or be crafted and honed into realities. Smiley’s is known among musicians for gigs that come with free beds and a spirited crowd and to music fans as a place to catch artists like the Sam Chase and California Honeydrops. Check out our social media and website for our music calendar. So now you’ll need a place to rest your head; in an outbuilding behind the bar, you’ll find Smiley’s Sleeping Quarters: 6 private rooms with brand new organic linens and mattresses. Room 5 has one queen bed. While we still have a long way to go, we’re happy to report that our rooms are no longer “a warren of stale-smelling rooms hastily constructed behind the town’s only bar" as the New York Times called them in their quirky June 2014 article about Bolinas. Guest AccessOur bartenders are on site until (at least) midnight to check you in, give you your keys and answer any questions. We do not have a reception desk or concierge right now; once you have your keys you are on your own to come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsGuests are encouraged to mingle with other guests, locals and visitors in the Saloon. Ashley, one of the owners, lives just down the road and is available in case of an emergency - or for a friendly chat over a glass of wine. The NeighborhoodSurrounded by protected parks and ocean, the tiny town of Bolinas provides a wild, peaceful escape from the bustle of San Francisco just 25 miles away. Be sure to read up on the history of Bolinas and the many articles written about what do to in and around west Marin: oysters at Marshall Store, horseback riding at Five Brooks Ranch, bird watching at the Observatory, rope swing at Bass Lake, mountain and road bike trails, surf spots, crabbing, tidepooling, fishing, farming and way more. Every day here is a blessing. Getting AroundMost people drive to Bolinas...and the town is notoriously without signage, but there is public transportation to Bolinas from "over the hill" via the Marin Stagecoach. Parking can be tough on weekends, but hotel guests enjoy reserved spots in our private lot. Bikes are recommended. Other Things to Note*Please note that live music often results in some excess noise (and fun) later into the evening.* At this time, Smiley's rooms aren't suitable for children or for folks in need of total peace and quiet.
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        The SpaceSmiley’s Schooner Saloon was established in 1851 and has been in continual operation in the same stalwart and storied building since - and we've yet to find an older bar west of the Mississippi. The saloon is believed to have been built for the energetic young Captain Isaac Morgan who arrived in Bolinas (or Jugville as it was known then) in 1849. Those were gold rush days, days of growth; when one gambled with one’s dreams and then watched them either shatter and splinter or be crafted and honed into realities. Smiley’s is known among musicians for gigs that come with free beds and a spirited crowd and to music fans as a place to catch artists like the Sam Chase and California Honeydrops. Check out our social media or website for our music calendar. So now you’ll need a place to rest your head; in an outbuilding behind the bar, you’ll find Smiley’s Sleeping Quarters: 6 private rooms with brand new organic linens and mattresses. Room 4 has one queen bed and overlooks downtown Bolinas. While we still have a ways to go, we’re happy to report that our rooms are no longer “a warren of stale-smelling rooms hastily constructed behind the town’s only bar" as the New York Times called them in their quirky June 2014 article about Bolinas. Guest AccessOur bartenders are on site until (at least) midnight to check you in, give you your keys and answer any questions. We do not have a reception desk or concierge right now; once you have your keys you are on your own to come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsGuests are encouraged to mingle with other guests, locals and visitors in the Saloon. Ashley, one of the owners, lives just down the road and is available in case of an emergency - or for a friendly chat over a glass of wine. The NeighborhoodSurrounded by protected parks and ocean, the tiny town of Bolinas provides a wild, peaceful escape from the bustle of San Francisco just 25 miles away. Be sure to read up on the history of Bolinas and the many articles written about what do to in and around west Marin: oysters at Marshall Store, horseback riding at Five Brooks Ranch, bird watching at the Observatory, rope swing at Bass Lake, mountain and road bike trails, surf spots, crabbing, tidepooling, fishing, farming and way more. Every day here is a blessing. Getting AroundMost people drive to Bolinas...and the town is notoriously without signage, but there is public transportation to Bolinas from "over the hill" via the Marin Stagecoach. Parking can be tough on weekends, but hotel guests enjoy reserved spots in our private lot. Bikes are recommended. Parking can be tough on weekends, but hotel guests enjoy reserved spots in our private lot. Bikes are recommended. Other Things to Note*Please note that live music often results in some excess noise (and fun) later into the evening.* At this time, Smiley's rooms aren't suitable for children or for folks in need of total peace and quiet.
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        The SpaceCute, rural A-Frame cabin with full kitchen, cozy living room with a fireplace, great deck for a bbq, and a 3 minute walk to Agate beach and a 20 minute walk to town. King size bed in master bedroom downstairs. Queen size bed in bedroom upstairs. Ample room for an air mattress in the upstairs loft. Yuccatopia is located on the very edge of the Bolinas "Mesa" which is about a 20 minute walk to the downtown beach area. Guest AccessYou have access to the whole house and entire property, which is 3/4 acres. Check in time is 3pm. Check-out at noon. Interaction with GuestsYou have the entire property to yourself. The NeighborhoodYucca is a rural cul-du-sac which dead-ends into a path down to the ocean. There are incredible ocean views and access to hiking trails just at the top of the block, and friendly dogs frolic through the neighborhood. Agate beach is a 3 minute walk down the road. Enjoy this nice, private beach. Go tide-pooling when the tide is low. Getting AroundThere's easy 2-car parking at the house, and ample room for other cars along the edge of the property. Other Things to Note- Cell phone coverage is very spotty - The house is located 1/2 mile down a dirt road. Buckle up! - This is a rural location that's a 8 minute drive from downtown
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        The SpaceSmiley’s Schooner Saloon was established in 1851 and has been in continual operation in the same stalwart and storied building since - and we've yet to find an older bar west of the Mississippi. The saloon is believed to have been built for the energetic young Captain Isaac Morgan who arrived in Bolinas (or Jugville as it was known then) in 1849. Those were gold rush days, days of growth; when one gambled with one’s dreams and then watched them either shatter and splinter or be crafted and honed into realities. Smiley’s is known among musicians for gigs that come with free beds and a spirited crowd, and to music fans as a place to catch artists like the Lukas Nelson and The California Honeydrops. Check out our social media and website for our music calendar. So now you’ll need a place to rest your head; in an outbuilding behind the bar, you’ll find Smiley’s Sleeping Quarters: 6 private rooms with brand new organic linens and mattresses. Room 1 has TWO queen beds. While we still have a long way to go, we’re happy to report that our rooms are no longer “a warren of stale-smelling rooms hastily constructed behind the town’s only bar" as the New York Times called them in their quirky June 2014 article about Bolinas. Guest AccessOur bartenders are on site until (at least) midnight to check you in, give you your keys and answer any questions. We do not have a reception desk or concierge right now; once you have your keys you are on your own to come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsGuests are encouraged to mingle with other guests, locals and visitors in the Saloon. Ashley, one of the owners, lives just down the road and is available in case of an emergency - or a friendly chat over a glass of wine. The NeighborhoodSurrounded by protected parks and ocean, the tiny town of Bolinas provides a wild, peaceful escape from the bustle of San Francisco just 25 miles away. Be sure to read up on the history of Bolinas and the many articles written about what do to in and around Bolinas: oysters at Marshall Store, horseback riding at Five Brooks Ranch, bird watching at the Observatory, rope swing at Bass Lake, mountain and road bike trails, surf spots, crabbing, tidepooling, fishing, farming and way more. Every day here is a blessing. Getting AroundMost people drive to Bolinas...and the town is notoriously without signage, but there is public transportation to Bolinas from "over the hill" via the Marin Stagecoach. Parking can be tough on weekends, but hotel guests enjoy reserved spots in our private lot. Bikes are recommended. Other Things to Note*Please note that live music often results in some excess noise (and fun) later into the evening.* At this time, Smiley's rooms aren't suitable for children or for folks in need of total peace and quiet.
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        The SpaceSmiley’s Schooner Saloon was established in 1851 and has been in continual operation in the same stalwart and storied building since - and we've yet to find an older bar west of the Mississippi. The saloon is believed to have been built for the energetic young Captain Isaac Morgan who arrived in Bolinas (or Jugville as it was known then) in 1849. Those were gold rush days, days of growth; when one gambled with one’s dreams and then watched them either shatter and splinter or be crafted and honed into realities. Smiley’s is known among musicians for gigs that come with free beds and a spirited crowd and to music fans as a place to catch artists like the Sam Chase and California Honeydrops. Check out our social media and website for our music calendar. So now you’ll need a place to rest your head; in an outbuilding behind the bar, you’ll find Smiley’s Sleeping Quarters: 6 private rooms with brand new organic linens and mattresses. Room 6 has one queen bed. While we still have a long way to go, we’re happy to report that our rooms are no longer “a warren of stale-smelling rooms hastily constructed behind the town’s only bar" as the New York Times called them in their quirky June 2014 article about Bolinas. Guest AccessOur bartenders are on site until (at least) midnight to check you in, give you your keys and answer any questions. Please note that we don’t have a reception desk or concierge right now; once you have your keys you are on your own to come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsGuests are encouraged to mingle with other guests, locals and visitors in the Saloon. Ashley, one of the owners, lives just down the road and is available in case of emergency - or for a friendly chat over a glass of coffee or wine. The NeighborhoodSurrounded by protected parks and ocean, the tiny town of Bolinas provides a wild, peaceful escape from the bustle of San Francisco just 25 miles away. Be sure to read up on the history of Bolinas and the many articles written about what do to in and around west Marin: oysters at Marshall Store, horseback riding at Five Brooks Ranch, bird watching at the Observatory, rope swing at Bass Lake, mountain and road bike trails, surf spots, crabbing, tidepooling, fishing, farming and way more. Every day here is a blessing Getting AroundMost people drive to Bolinas...and the town is notoriously without signage, but there is public transportation to Bolinas from "over the hill" via the Marin Stagecoach. Parking can be tough on weekends, but hotel guests enjoy reserved spots in our private lot. Bikes are recommended. Other Things to Note*Please note that live music often results in some excess noise (and fun) later into the evening.* At this time, Smiley's rooms aren't suitable for children or for folks in need of total peace and quiet.
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        The SpaceGreat care has been taken with all the details such as big, beautiful windows, new top of the line appliances, private garden, private deck, 100% organic Keetsa mattresses, quality bedding, two claw foot tubs, large living room and professional kitchen in a special, tranquil and spectacular setting. Other Things to NotePlease visit our website at (URL HIDDEN) for more information and photos.
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        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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        The SpaceCozy Beach House, Hot Tub, Fireplace, Full Kitchen, Bath, Pillowtop Queen Brass Bed , full size futon couch , DVD (small tv no cable) & CD player. Telescope , Piano, Ceramics classes, Glass flame working demonstrations. Off Street Parking. Linens Provided Washing Machine/Dryer - Guest AccessThings to do nearby: Point Reyes Nat.Seashore, Lighthouse, Beaches, Muir Woods, Hiking, Swimming, Surfing, Wind-Surfing, Tennis, Fishing, Cycling, Mountain Biking, Wildlife Viewing, Shopping, Sight Seeing, Horseback Riding, Restaurants, Museums, Live Theater, Parasailing, Kayaking, Snorkeling/Diving, Boating, Whale watching, Birding Interaction with Guests Complete privacy Owner on Premises The Neighborhood Quiet, Great Walks, Beautiful spaces, Local organic Produce, Grocery, Liquor Store, Surfing rental Getting Around 45 Minutes drive from Golden Gate Bridge Public Transport Bolinas Stagecoach Golden Gate (website hidden) Other Things to NoteTwo Night Minimum stay
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        The SpaceSmiley’s Schooner Saloon was established in 1851 and has been in continual operation in the same stalwart and storied building since - and we've yet to find an older bar west of the Mississippi. The saloon is believed to have been built for the energetic young Captain Isaac Morgan who arrived in Bolinas (or Jugville as it was known then) in 1849. Those were gold rush days, days of growth; when one gambled with one’s dreams and then watched them either shatter and splinter or be crafted and honed into realities. Smiley’s is known among musicians for gigs that come with free beds and a spirited crowd and to music fans as a place to catch artists like the Sam Chase and California Honeydrops. Check out our social media and website for our music calendar. So now you’ll need a place to rest your head; in an outbuilding behind the bar, you’ll find Smiley’s Sleeping Quarters: 6 private rooms with brand new organic linens and mattresses. Room 3 has TWO queen beds. While we still have a long way to go, we’re happy to report that our rooms are no longer “a warren of stale-smelling rooms hastily constructed behind the town’s only bar" as the New York Times called them in their quirky June 2014 article about Bolinas. Guest AccessOur bartenders are on site until (at least) midnight to check you in, give you your keys and answer any questions. We do not have a reception desk or concierge right now; once you have your keys you are on your own to come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsGuests are encouraged to mingle with other guests, locals and visitors in the Saloon. Ashley, one of the owners, lives just down the road and is available in case of an emergency - or for a friendly chat over a glass of wine. The NeighborhoodSurrounded by protected parks and ocean, the tiny town of Bolinas provides a wild, peaceful escape from the bustle of San Francisco just 25 miles away. Be sure to read up on the history of Bolinas and the many articles written about what do to in and around west Marin: oysters at Marshall Store, horseback riding at Five Brooks Ranch, bird watching at the Observatory, rope swing at Bass Lake, mountain and road bike trails, surf spots, crabbing, tidepooling, fishing, farming and way more. Every day here is a blessing. Getting AroundMost people drive to Bolinas...and the town is notoriously without signage, but there is public transportation to Bolinas from "over the hill" via the Marin Stagecoach. Parking can be tough on weekends, but hotel guests enjoy reserved spots in our private lot. Bikes are recommended. Other Things to Note*Please note that live music often results in some excess noise (and fun) later into the evening.* At this time, Smiley's rooms aren't suitable for children or for folks in need of total peace and quiet.
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        The SpaceMy house is located just a few minutes walk from Agate Beach, and is a perfect retreat from city life! Enjoy a flourishing organic garden, meditative strolls to the ocean, and quick access to the beautiful hiking trails of Marin County. Guest AccessMy lovely home has everything you could desire for a weekend away from the world. The house has a jungle-like bathroom, one cozy bedroom with a full bed, tv/living room with cable and wireless internet, a fully stocked kitchen and a cuddly cat named Mango. Our kitty will live with you during your stay and will need to be fed (usually morning and night, but she'll let you know). The studio bedroom is separated from the main house. The room has a queen-sized bed, a propane heater, a large dresser and one open closet. Minimal storage space is available. There is also a yurt with a foldout futon and its own outdoor shower There is a washer/dryer around the back of the house, a large deck outside the kitchen and a lovely Lopi wood stove for when nights are chilly. We also have a big, flourishing organic veggie garden across the street from the house which supplies us with fresh food every day! You will have the whole place to yourselves ,during your stay. Interaction with GuestsWe will not be on the property during your stay, so enjoy the privacy of your own lovely Bolinas retreat! Our cat Mango, however, will be at home. She is a very friendly indoor/outdoor kitty who will need to be fed one can of food twice a day please! The NeighborhoodRugged yet peaceful Agate Beach is a five minute walk from our home, and downtown Bolinas is a 20 minute walk. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation around Bolinas, but you wouldn't want to get on a bus in this secluded little paradise. Exploring Bolinas on foot is one of the best ways to get to know the town. Walk to the organic Bolinas People's Store downtown in 25 minutes, or adventure from Agate Beach to Brighton Beach at low tide and find sea lions, birds, star fish and maybe even a fossilized sand dollar! Bolinas is about a 1 hour 20 minute drive from SFO. If you want to travel around West Marin or take a hike on Mt. Tam, check out the West Marin Stagecoach. Other Things to NoteUpdate: We are currently having issues with our internet connection which is very spotty and slow. If you are in need of a strong internet connection during your visit, the Bolinas Library is a great resource!
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        Just a 1.5 block walk to the beach to the right or 1.5 block to the Bolinas Village and shops, this 1000 square foot cozy artful redwood cottage offers views of the hillside and town near hiking trails of Mount Tamalpais Mountain Park and the Point Reyes National Seashore. Behind the house is the edge of a 40 acre quail reserve and is very private with views of the valley and a 2 person Japanese soaking tub. This creatively unique cottage with its brsnch staircase the home of an artist and contains collections of textiles from the artist's own collection.This cottage opens up its magic the longer you stay perfect for families with small children and couples ,writers,people seeking a retreat.The cottage is in town yet feels far away from everything. The interior was renovated in 1991 and ornamented in in a Asian,European,Californian with reclaimed hardwood floors,redwood walls,old fashioned Wedgewood stove for cooking as well as portable oven,microwave,etc.The downstairs room is right off the kitchen and bathroom and perfect for older couple.Upstairs is like a tree house with windows on all sides. Two of other foldout futon couches have very comfortable latex foam mattresses.The third room is like a writers room containing a single futon for the kids as well as loft cubby full of pillows and futon. WE ALLOW PETS BUT THERE IS A PET FEE. Pets are $25,each additional person over 2 is $25 per night Two minutes from Bolinas' coastal village downtown, which includes two restaurants, the oldest saloon in West Marin, the fabulous Bolinas Museum, and an active community center with music,movies,and performances. The cottage is two minutes from Bolinas Beach by foot,or Duxbury Point and Agate Beach by car. Nestled between three National Natural Wildlife parks, it is great place to spend the day hiking in Mount Tamalpais and Muir Woods State Parks, Pt. Reyes National Seashore. You can walk along the beach, find oysters in Pt Reyes, dine with great cuisine at the local restaurants,or spend the day writing, or visiting shops of local artisans. You can make a dramatic trip for an hour along Highway 1 to visit San Francisco for the day.