Burnt Ranch, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Burnt Ranch

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The SpaceWe provide comfortable lodging in our guest house in Burnt Ranch, CA and a wooded, relaxing property. The guest house is away from the main house in a separate building right next to the garden and has private access. The bathroom is a short walk down a lighted path. Please read below for a complete description of the space and check out our 5-star reviews. Note: We also have a cabin to rent with a kitchenette and bathroom ensuite. (See our other listing called "Trinity River Cabin Hideaway".) The guest house does not have a bathroom or sink inside it and only limited kitchen-type appliances. Burnt Ranch is located about an hours drive inland (East) from Highway 101 (Arcata/Eureka) and about 2 hours West of Redding - WHERE GPS AND ONLINE MAPPING PROGRAMS ARE NOT ACCURATE. (You must follow our directions!). We are at 2000' elevation, on a creek, in the mountains of the Trinity River Valley. The guest house has two beds in the partitioned room, one queen and one three-quarter size (smaller than a full and larger than a twin) which doubles as a couch/daybed. The guest bathroom, with laundry facilities, is located about 140 feet down a lighted gravel path next to the main house. There is no bathroom in the guest house. The guest house has a microwave, a coffee maker, a small refrigerator and dishes/cups/glasses and flatwear, there are no other kitchen facilities (and no restaurants nor stores near by). A propane barbecue grill is available for use outside. Our garden & orchard produces vegetables and fruit Summer through Fall and if we haven't left you a fresh garden treat in your room, guests are welcome to harvest their own treats (grapes, apples, tomatoes, berries, peaches....) when they are in season. Deer, raccoons, jack rabbits, squirrels and fox frequent our property. Trails meander through our wooded 6 acres. Many species of native wild flowers have been identified on our property as well as many species of birds. We're located about 10 minutes above the beautiful Trinity River which affords opportunities for swimming, fishing, kayaking and rafting. A popular rock climbing area is near by. Within 20 minutes there's a golf course and the Hoopa Indian Reservation where you can experience their museum and culture. Within one hour drive you can visit the coast where the Coastal Redwoods and Humboldt State University are located along with fine dining, museums, deep-sea fishing, golfing, surfing, movies and shopping. The temperature in July can range from 95F during the day to 50F at night. During the summer we enjoy warm afternoons and evenings, but it nearly always cools down enough to sleep comfortably without air conditioning. The fall colors are beautiful and in the winter it's not unusual to have snow and temperatures dipping into the low 30s. We experience the beauty of all four seasons. Guest AccessGuests have access to our garden, our orchard, and our trails to wander on or to sit in and enjoy. Inside the greenhouse is a nice place to sit on a cool evening. Several outdoor tables and chairs are available in different locations for your use. Interaction with GuestsWe give our guests privacy and only interact if guests want to visit, need help, or want directions, etc. We often work on projects around the property but try to stay out of guest's way so they can enjoy it without our interference as much as possible. Getting AroundBeing in a rural area, public transportation is limited. A transit bus travels on Highway 299 twice per day between Redding and Eureka. Other Things to NoteIMPORTANT: There are no stores or restaurants in the immediate area. Come prepared with food for your stay, or come prepared to drive about a half hour to the nearest grocery store or restaurant. There is no cell service, but we can provide you with a landline if needed. Free wifi is available.
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44 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpacePeople have described it here as "tranquil", "relaxing", "rejuvenating", "inspiring", "an opportunity to get away from our cell phones" and, to paraphrase another guest, 'A place where peace is cultivated'. It's a great romantic get-away or a perfect place for a writer to work on their craft. Located in Burnt Ranch, we are about an hours drive inland (East) from Highway 101 and about 2 hours West of Redding - WHERE GPS/ONLINE MAPPING PROGRAMS DO NOT WORK ACCURATELY (you must use our directions). We are at 2000' elevation, on a creek, in the mountains of the Trinity River Valley. Our cabin-in-the-woods has been remodeled with reused materials, family treasures, and antiques - all reminiscent of the 1930s. There are 5 rooms: A bedroom with queen bed, quality linens, closet and comfy window seat, an attached “ante-room" with matching antique desk and dresser, a full bathroom with a tub/shower combo, a comfortable living room with couch, loveseat and air-conditioning unit (in summer) and a kitchenette with a sink, pantry, a bar, two bar stools, a small kitchen table with chairs and multiple appliances including: an under the counter refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven, 12-cup coffee maker, a one-burner Induction cooktop, electric fry pan, rice-cooker, egg poacher and an electric multi-cooker. The kitchenette is also furnished with pots, pans, dishes, tableware and most other kitchen essentials. Please note: There are no restaurants nor stores near by. The closest grocery store or restaurant is about 20 minutes away. The cabin has two outside decks, one which is completely screened in with table and chairs for your enjoyment that overlooks the creek. The other deck is located off the bedroom with rockers and a view of the woods. We may be able to accommodate more sleeping options in the cabin if necessary and we have a detached Guest Room (see our other listing called "Peaceful Trinity River Hideaway) which accommodates up to 3 people. Our garden and orchard produce vegetables and fruit Summer through Fall. There are deer, raccoons, jack rabbits, squirrels and fox that frequent the area. Trails meander through our wooded 6 acres. Many species of native wild flowers have been identified on our property, especially in the spring and there are many types of birds. We're located about 10 minutes above the beautiful Trinity River which affords opportunities for swimming, fishing, kayaking and rafting. Near by is a rock climbing area. Within 20 minutes is the Willow Creek Golf Course and the Hoopa Indian Reservation where you can experience their museum and culture. Within one hour drive you can visit the coast where the Coastal Redwoods and Humboldt State University are located along with fine dining, museums, deep-sea fishing, golfing, surfing, movies and shopping. The temperature in the summer can range from 95F during the day to 50F at night. We enjoy warm afternoons and evenings, but it almost always cools down enough to sleep comfortably at night without air conditioning. The fall colors are beautiful and in the winter it's not unusual to have snow and temperatures dipping into the low 30s. We experience the beauty of all four seasons. We've included in the cabin a variety of books to borrow and read, a few DVDs as well as many board games and puzzles for old-time entertainment. More Details and History About the Cabin: The cabin actually began life as two old sheds put together in the early 1970s. It has gone through extensive renovations since that time. The original sheds still make up the living room and kitchen and are still 2.5" out of plumb! The original ceiling was “papered" with old sheet music from the 1930s and then varnished with shellac. We have retained portions of that ceiling and they are displayed in frames throughout the cabin. The knotty pine wainscoting came from our daughter's 1930s house in Vallejo and was originally room paneling (floor to ceiling). When our daughter and her husband decided to remove the paneling we brought it home, planed it down and refinished it for use in the cabin. The decor, including an old spoon collection and plates, were Sarah's mothers. The paintings in the cabin are original and were painted by Sarah's great-grandmother, Emma (Sturmer) Holub. We believe the paintings were rendered sometime between 1920 and 1940. The picture frame, now used as a mirror in the bathroom, was also Emma's. We also “reused" as much as possible. For example, Mike's leftover handmade fir trim was brought from the house he built in Fieldbrook (near the coast) and it now adorns the bedroom/hall door. The louvered doors throughout the cabin and the kitchen sink were purchased at the Portland Rebuilding Center in Portland, OR where they had been donated. The wooden floor was originally in our house in 2003 and was moved to the cabin in the fall of 2012 along with the kitchen cabinet and kitchen shelf - which also began its life in the kitchen of our house. Guest AccessGuests can access our additional, external bathroom/laundry room where more first aid supplies and bug spray are stored. The detached Guest Room can also be rented (see our other listing called "Peaceful Trinity River Hideaway"). The greenhouse in the garden is nice to sit in on cooler evenings. Our 6 acres, including the garden and the orchard, is open to those who care to wander, sit and enjoy. Interaction with GuestsWe give our guests privacy and only interact if guests want to visit, need help, or want directions, etc. We often work on projects around the property but try to stay out of guest's way so they can enjoy their stay without our interference as much as possible. The NeighborhoodWe have great neighbors that are actually not very far away - convenient for borrowing the proverbial "cup of sugar" or to help each other out, but you can't see anyone else's home from our property nor would you know anyone else lives in the area. It feels very private. Getting AroundBeing in a rural area, there is very little public transportation although a transit bus does run twice a day on Highway 299. Other Things to NoteIMPORTANT: There are no stores or restaurants in the immediate area. Come prepared with food for your stay, or come prepared to drive about a half hour to the nearest grocery store or restaurant. Cell phones do not work here. We have a landline you can use if necessary. Free Wifi is available.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWe purchased this beautiful property and cabin on the Trinity River about 4 years ago. It's been updated with a new artistic redwood deck with an outdoor sink, shower and bath tub on the patio (except in winter months). The cabin has been updated with new paint and decor. Front porch is a perfect place to relax in the early morning sun with a swinging bed. The cabin is on 8 acres next to the beautiful Trinity river with a private beach shared with Bobbie's parents (the caretakers next door) and one of the most popular fishing and kayaking put-in spots just at the beach. The cabin is a very cozy, one bedroom with a king bed, pull out couch, full kitchen, woodstove, washer, dryer, large back deck and also an outdoor summer sleeping Cabana (2 twin beds and a loft - sleeps 3 comfortably). The location of this cabin is in Del Loma (not shown on any Maps). Big Bar is the closest town shown on maps (approximately 8 miles up river). It's 30-40 mins from Willow Creek and Weaverville on HWY 299. It is a perfect place for relaxing, fishing, kayaking, rafting, hiking or backpacking in the Trinity Alps. If you want to schedule rafting, fishing or ropes course activities, please let us know or check out Redwoods and Rivers Rafting. The property is a real getaway from civilization. The cabin is heated with a wood stove in the winter and offers airconditioning in the summer. There's no cell or TV reception available. Wireless internet is spotty and can be received in certain spots on the property, but not guaranteed and does cost by the day, week or month. • King size bed in bedroom • Full size pull out sofa sleeper in living room (sheets and bedding in closet) • Outdoor Cabana - sleeps an additional 3 (linen provided - no heating) • Wood stove heating - wood included • Airconditioning • Towels provided • Dish washer • TV and VCR • No smoking in house We hope you enjoy your stay! Guest Access- Beach - Cabana for upto 3 additional guest - Glam Tent Cabin available for an additional $75 fee & $35 cleaning fee - We have a few bikes on the property that we use to ride to the garden and beach that guest are more than welcome to use. - Sit-on-top Kayak rentals are available Interaction with GuestsWe will not be onsite, but our caretakers will be available and the beach is shared with other guest, redwoods and rivers guides The NeighborhoodDel Loma has a population of 32, so there are very few neighbors and besides our care takers (Bobbie’s parents) the neighbors are not permanent residents. Everyone does keeps to themselves when they are out. We do all share a gated entrance with 3 other cabin owners. Please drive slowly to keep down the dust, especially in the summer months. Other Things to NotePets require an additional $25 fee. Please note if you pet leaves excessive amounts of hair on rugs or furniture an additional cleaning fee may be charged. We do offer a furnished Glam Tent Cabin next to the river that can also be rented for larger groups. We have included some photo's of that as well. It rents for $75 a night and a $35 cleaning fee. (2 nights minimum)
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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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    You are invited to relax in the privacy of this 50-acre resort. The views from the Cattail Cabin are spectacular! The large living room with a lake view has two couches, one is a sofabed for additional guests. The separate dining area has a sliding glass door which gives guests access to a covered carport. The Cattail Cabin kitchen has an oven, microwave, large refrigerator, dishes, utensils, and cookware. One bedroom includes a queen bed and in the other bedroom there are two twin beds. The bathroom has a tub with shower. All linens, bedding, and towels are provided. The detached unit provides guests with a queen bed and 2 bathrooms. Additional guests are also invited to book the detached unit or camp when using the cabins. The recreational activities are abundant! You can fish, boat (rafts and kayaks) and swim on our seven-acre lake. We have trails for hiking, jogging, and mountain biking. Forest Service roads and trails are easily accessible from the resort. We are just minutes away from the Trinity River where rafting, kayaking, swimming, and fishing are popular activities. Our resort is surrounded by the beautiful Shasta-Trinity National Forest making us a premier location for bird watchers, hunters, and off-road adventurers. It is also a great location for retreats, weddings, and family reunions. Keywords: Cabins, Camping, Fishing, Boating, Swimming, Hiking
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    Quality built new construction. 2 bedrooms downstairs with 1 1/2 baths, spacious loft bedroom upstairs with gorgeous custom bathroom. Open floor plan with granite counters, stainless appliances, large living room with a wall of windows over looking the river, mountains and forest.Wood stove, and air conditioning for your comfort. Sleeps 8 comfortably . Nestled in trees overlooking the river. Top quality bedding, and furnishings! Just added hot tub that seats 6. Soak up the sun on our patio overlooking the river, and sit by the fire on those warm summer nights. Two beaches to chose from. There is a great swimming hole right across the street and the Village has it's own private swimming hole.