Clearlake Oaks, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Clearlake Oaks

Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceProperty Description: This home sleeps 6-8 people. It has a sleeping loft with Queen, King and a twin. There is a fold out couch downstairs. It is a newly constructed home, with granite kitchen, and upgraded appliances in kitchen. Lakefront Home overlooking Konocti New dock and deck You will have access to entire home - private beach, private dock, dock ladder, wifi, cable and more. We live off site and may not be there to greet you or assist you in person, but we are always available by text, email or phone. The caretaker will assist you as needed. It is a quiet neighborhood. Parking is available. Guest AccessYou will have access to entire home - private lake access, private dock, dock ladder, wifi, cable and more. Interaction with GuestsI will interact with guests via e-mail, text and/or phone. The NeighborhoodIt is a quiet neighborhood. Parking is available but limited to three. Getting AroundYou need a car to get to our home. 15-20 mts from Hwy 20. Other Things to NoteBring floaters, boats, kayaks, jet skis Our dock can have up to 2 boats and jet skis
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceI have yet to see a place in Clearlake that is up to date and modern. We have all brand new kitchen with quartz countertops, new appliances, new wood laminate floors, new carpet, new paint, new vanities, washer/dryer, new 55 inch HDTV with DirecTV, movie channels, NFL Sunday Ticket, Chromecast, WI-FI, etc. Guest AccessA dock on the lake, you can wake up and be on the water in minutes. Fishing right outside your back porch. Interaction with GuestsI am available via cell or email at almost anytime. The NeighborhoodThe home is local to some good food and on the water. You just cannot beat the location. Getting AroundYou can boat to restaurants, wineries on the lake, etc. Fishing is great in the keys themselves many times throughout the year or get to the main lake body in 5 minutes. Other Things to NoteNew 2015 Kayak's available for rent as well. $85 for the entire length of your stay. Lifejackets (med/large) and paddles included.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The Space3 night minimum from 5/1 - 9/30 ( summer months) Upgraded Spanish influenced lake front retreat. This is truly the best cove on the lake! Quiet! Other charges: Cleaning fee is set at $150.00 per visit Deposit set at $500.00 per stay up to 3 weeks. Long term deposits set at $1000.00 for visits lasting more than 3 weeks. Pet fee: $50.00 per pet per stay. (Two pets $100.00) and so on. 9% hotel tax is also charged. Total access! to include two complementary kayaks for your enjoyment. Phone & email: Marta Mendoza-Acton Will take care of all the bookings. (phone number hidden) (email hidden) Guest Access2 kayaks Interaction with GuestsPhone & email: Marta Mendoza-Acton See us on Vacation rentals by owner for additional pictures. Listing numb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodQuiet peaceful neighborhood Getting AroundMust have a car. Other Things to NoteOther charges: Cleaning fee is set at $150.00 per visit Deposit set at $700per stay up to 3 weeks. Long term deposits set at $1000.00 for visits lasting more than 3 weeks. Pet fee: $50.00 per pet per stay. (Two pets $100.00) and so on. 12% hotel tax is also charged.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceIf you are looking for the perfect long term place on Clear Lake, then this is it. The water is cleaner here in this cove than any other on the lake. The fishing for Catfish and Bass is great...right off the dock! Swim or float around safely or just hang out on the beach or dock. A huge variety of birds, otters, turtles and mink are always around. Enjoy the 2 bedrooms, each with a Queen bed, a den with a pull out Queen bed makes it comfy for all. Sleeps up to 6. There are 2 bathrooms and a well-stocked kitchen, living room, lots of seating inside and out. The screened in porch is a favorite hang out spot with the fans keeping a breeze going. Golfing, wineries, hiking and good food are all close by. We are pet friendly! There is a gated dog run and your well-behaved pooch will LOVE swimming in the lake. Just keep them outside when they are wet. There is a $50 per pet charge for the stay. The dock can accommodate most boats. Bring your own water toys. OR you can rent from a few places nearby. The HVAC system has been replaced with a bigger and better one, so you will neither be too cold or too hot. Great fireplace and good ceiling fans are also in the house.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceSleeps 7, including children – Master suite with king bed, HD flat screen TV, DVD player and full bath – Guest bedroom with one full bed and one twin bed – Full guest bath – Queen sleeper sofa with premium mattress Fully-equipped kitchen with granite counters, • Dishwasher, microwave oven, coffee maker and other small appliances • Washer and dryer; laundry products provided • Central air conditioning and ceiling fan • Wood-burning granite fireplace • HD flat screen TV in living room with DVD player and DVD library • Broadband cable for both TVs and high-speed Internet service • Stereo CD player • Private boat dock — fish for bass, crappie and catfish right from the dock! • Two-level deck with outdoor furniture and charcoal barbecue (charcoal not provided) • 2-car garage • One well-trained dog is welcome ( A $25 cleaning fee is required for pet stay) Guest AccessThe house includes two HD sets, a fully-furnished kitchen, a bi-level deck, and a dock for your boat. Nearby attractions include Clear Lake, the largest fresh water lake in California, award-winning wineries, hiking, fishing, the Mendocino National Forest, and a host of other outdoor activities Interaction with GuestsWe are available to answer any questions that our guests might have by phone or email. Our own second home is located right across the street. The NeighborhoodSituated on a quiet cul-de-sac and channel just minutes from the open waters of beautiful blue Clear Lake, Clearlake Keys House offers views of Mt. Konocti and vineyard-covered hillsides. Recently renovated and offering a private boat dock, this home features the amenities and comforts to make your stay memorable. Getting AroundThe Clearlake Keys House is less than three hours by car from almost anywhere in the San Francisco Bay Area. Other Things to NoteAll items necessary for your stay are provided, including a fully-equipped kitchen, bed linens and towels. Guests receive FREE winetasting from award-winning hospitality partners Gregory Graham Vineyards, Chacewater Olive Mill and Winery, Vigilance Vineyards, Cache Creek Vineyards and Brassfield Estates.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceNestled among the oaks, this charming lakefront cabin is in a quiet location out of city limits. Enjoy many opportunities for wildlife viewing or relax on the deck with spectacular views of Clear Lake, one of the largest natural lakes in California. The sandy, private beach is also a great place to relax. The house offers two bedrooms with queen size beds. A more public loft space also has a queen size bed. Please note the loft is only accessible by a ladder. The large kitchen opens to the dining and family room. French doors off the dining area lead to the deck with beautiful lake views. A wood stove keeps it cozy on cool days. It's a great space for family gatherings (pets too). A fully fenced rear yard is perfect for well behaved dogs. On site boat docking facilities are available for weekly renters. A boat launch is just minutes away. We are happy to offer a two person kayak for guest use. A charcoal Weber grill is also available for guests. Lake County offers great opportunities for fishing, boating, hiking, and wine tasting with more than 30 wineries around the lake. Spend your days on the lake, explore the area's small towns, or take a hike on Mount Konocti, an active volcano. Enjoy Lake County. Guest AccessYou will have access to entire home, private beach and a two person kayak. In addition some lawn games, board games and videos are available for guest use. Interaction with GuestsWe live off site so we may not be there to assist you in person, but we are always available by phone. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is rural and you will see lots of wildlife around. If you are looking for restaurants, we like the Saw Shop in Kelseyville and the Blue Wing in Upper lake. Both are about a 40 minute drive. For wine lovers, our favorite winery is Six Sigma. More information about area attractions are provided when you arrive. Getting AroundParking is available on premise. There is no public transportation available as we are located outside of any city limits. Other Things to NoteThe nearest grocery store is about 20 minutes away so we recommend picking up supplies on the way to the house. The water to the house is treated surface water so we bring our own drinking water. The barbecue is a Weber charcoal grill. We always appreciate it if you bring your own charcoal.
house
Excellent
1 review
2br house
    Whether you're looking for a romantic weekend of wine-tasting, a relaxing family vacation or a fishing getaway with opportunities right from the dock, Clearlake Keys House is the perfect spot! Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac and channel just minutes from the open waters of beautiful blue Clear Lake, Clearlake Keys House offers views of Mt. Konocti and vineyard-covered hillsides. Guests frequently remark on its immaculate condition, and appreciate the well-maintained interior and exterior. You'll be treated to a bottle of award-winning Lake County wine, as well as free wine-tasting with our hospitality partners, Vigilance Vineyards and Gregory Graham Wines in Lower Lake, Chacewater Olive Mill and Winery in Kelseyville, and Brassfield Estates and Cache Creek Vineyards, right in Clearlake Oaks. The free, public boat launch is located just 5 minutes west on Island Drive, just off Highway 20, in Clearlake Oaks. It's a 15-minute boat ride back to the house, most of which is through a no-wake zone. During warm weather, guests catch 10-15 pound catfish right from the dock at Clearlake Keys House. Season rates can be seen on the Clearlake Keys House website, where reservations are available using a bankcard or deposit account via our PayPal interface. One well-trained dog is welcome with an additional $25 pet cleaning fee. This is a residential neighborhood of permanent residents.
    cabin
    1br cabin
      It's a newly constructed home with granite kitchen and bathrooms, upgraded appliances. It has a large sleeping loft with king, queen, and twin beds. There is a leather foldout couch downstairs which sleeps two. Sleeps 6-8 people. Wifi and cable. Smoking and pets are prohibited. We are on the water and you can fish and swim off the dock. It's a bout 8-10 feet deep at the far end of the dock. There are hiking trails for hiking. You can bird watch and relax.
      Home/Apartment
      4br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceIn my childhood my grandfather had a cabin on a lake. It was not fancy but everyone had a bed and everyone was welcome. I have memories of swimming all day doing puzzles and cards at night. I wanted to recreate my childhood with this house, I hope that you and your family will create memories at our lake house on Clearlake Guest AccessYou will have the whole house and you can park up to 5 cars at this house. This is our vacation house and we love our house. Please treat our house the way you would treat yours. Please no parties. Please do not try to bring a trailer to our house. Our house is on a dirt road. Please bring your own water. NO PETS ALLOWED. Interaction with GuestsVACATION INFORMATION SHEET NO PETS ALLOWED. We are on a dirt road and it is windy roads leading to our property. Bring in your own water, we supply a limited amount of water. The water is not for drinking. Fish Camp is located on the eastern shoreline of Clear Lake. The property has 80 feet of Lake Frontage which provides spectacular views of Clear Lake, Mt. Konocti volcano, and beautiful sunsets across the lake. The comfortably furnished living quarters consist of a kitchen, a dining area overlooking the lake, a living room (again with views of the lake and mountain), 4 spacious bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms. A sleeping porch is attached to two bedrooms allowing 2 twins and a queen for extra beds. Additionally there are two put out bed couches on the bottom level. A covered patio, sun deck and boat dock bring you right to the glistening water’s edge. Below is a summary of what is provided and recommendations of what you might bring. Thank you for staying with us. What We Supply: The property is equipped and set up as a fully furnished property: a fully equipped kitchen, TV, stereo, BBQ (propane), outdoor patio furniture, and linens including sheets, blankets, pillows and bath towels. Kitchen/Dining: Assorted pots and pans, baking dishes, casseroles, coffee maker, filters, blender, range/oven, dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, silverware, dishes, glasses, and dishwasher detergent are also provided. Two dinning room tables, plus table on the patio are provided. Beds and Bedding: The house sleeps 12 in beds. Bedroom 1: king bed. Bedroom 2: king Bed. Bedroom 3: queen bed. Bedroom 4: queen bed. Extra Beds: 5 twin beds. Sofa bed/couch: Two queen beds. Bedding: All beds have a mattress cover, sheets and a comforter. Pillows, Pillow cases and blankets are provided for each bed. Recommend sleeping bags for sleeping outdoors under the starry Milky Way. Heating/Cooling: Stove heat and swamp cooler and ceiling fans. When first coming to the house on hot days open all of the windows. Run cooler for downstairs during the day, open the vent, and close the vent downstairs to cool upstairs for sleeping around 6pm. Fireplace: Use wood only, not supplied. Outdoor View Patio: Patio table and benches. A propane barbecue is provided on the patio. Please clean grill after each use, a metal brush is provided. Barbecue utensils and matches are located in the kitchen. Please be careful with all flammable materials especially during dry summer months. Recommended Items To Bring: Paper products, dish soap, toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, charcoal and lighter fluid, sleeping bags ( for sleeping outside), wash cloths, toiletries, float toys (noodles etc.), beach towels, sunscreen and life jackets. Boat Dock: Please follow the instructions in the frames, near the dinning room table for operation of the suspended boat hoist and platform to prevent damage to yourself, your boats and the dock. Monitor wind/wave conditions and raise the hoist if wave crests touch it. Do not leave extra boats on the side of the dock or hoist unattended or overnight, as the lake conditions can go from calm to steep short chop in a matter of minutes. Do not tie to other homeowner’s docks or piers. A community ramp down the road at Silverado Beach ½ mile away (east toward town, at the foot of San Jose Street) is available for a $15 fee (the fee collector will find you) or free at Redbud Park in town. On Your Last Day: Raise the boat hoist a minimum of 3 feet above the water. Any damage to the dock will forfeit your Security Deposit and possibly add additional repair charges. Boats and Quagga Mussels: Lake County is very concerned about preventing the introduction of the Quagga Mussel into our waters. Before launching your boat or personal water craft, you will need to have it inspected for the Mussel. Please arrive at the lake with your boat clean and DRY everywhere. This will assure that your inspection will go well. The fee is $15.00 and you will get stickers for your boat and trailer. Please, there is a $1000.00 fine if you do not comply. We understand that the fine can exceed $3500.00 and put a Felony conviction on your record. WOW !! Here are the links and the application for your boat. The closest inspection place is in Clear Lake at Clearlake Bait & Tackle at Redbud Park (which is where you can launch anyway). Do not launch at the Silverado Beach ramp unless you have a sticker, and are willing to pay the $15 launch fee. DO NOT LAUNCH OR TRY TO PARK A TRAILER AT OUR HOUSE. (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) This is our home: If you find anything that doesn't seem right or something needs attention, please email us or give us a call. There may be another group using the house after you leave. If you feel that we need to know about a problem or issue, please give us a call right away. We hope you treat our home as if it was yours. Please take care of our property while it is in your care. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood has only 5 houses on our street. We are at the end of a dirt road. It is a complete get away. Fun Facts There’s a lot to learn about Lake County – the clean air, Clear Lake, Mt. Konocti, historic hot springs, resorts, and more. Here’s a few of the fun facts about the area: Lake County has the cleanest air in California as certified by the State’s Air Resource’s Board and an abundance of spring water; there are several bottled water companies in Lake County. Located midway between the Pacific Coast and the Central Valley, Lake County rarely experiences coastal or valley fog. This translates into lots of sunshine. In fact, Lake County sees, on average, approximately 265 days of clear or partly clear skies, with an approximate annual average of 78% of possible sunshine. Clear Lake, estimated at 2.5 million years old, is thought to be the oldest lake in North America — and quite possibly the world. Clear Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in California, with 63 square miles of surface area, and more than 100 miles of shoreline. Average depth is 28 feet. Water temperature averages 61º F and varies from 48º F in the winter to 75º F in the summer. Clear Lake may hold more fish per acre than any other lake in the country. Downed trees, tules, water grasses, and piers provide ideal habitat for sport fish such as bass, crappie, bluegill, and catfish. Native fish include blackfish, Sacramento perch, tule perch, and hitch. Clear Lake has been coined the “Bass Capital of the West” by numerous fishing organizations and pros, and ESPN has rated Clear Lake as the #2 bass fishing lake in the world. First Lady Ladybird Johnson visited Lake County to see the wildflowers at what is now Langtry Estate & Vineyards. North America’s only species of eagles — bald eagles and golden eagles — come to Lake County to nest each year. Clear Lake is a eutrophic, “well-fed” lake. For centuries, it was known as “Lypoyomi” — Pomo for “big water” — until nicknamed “Clear Lake” by European settlers. According to an 1877 article in the San Francisco Post, the lake’s name reflects the region’s clear air — still the cleanest air in the state of California. Between 100,000 and 600,000 years ago, Mt. Konocti formed slowly in several eruptive episodes. Volcanic ash spewed during an eruption of Mount Konocti has been found and identified nearly 3,000 miles away in the state of New York. In 1854, Mt. Konocti was briefly called “Uncle Sam Mountain” by European settlers. Mt. Konocti is sacred to local Indian tribes and is visible from almost anywhere on Clear Lake. In the early 20th century, natural mineral springs became immensely popular, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the globe to “take the waters.” Huge resort complexes were built, and enjoying wide fame were Bartlett Springs, Soda Bay Springs, Seigler Springs, Anderson Springs, and Adams Springs. Many of these grand resorts were destroyed by fire, and most were not rebuilt. Today, Harbin Hot Springs remains in operation, offering guests hot and cold pools, rustic lodging, classes, and even “watsu” massage, all in a clothing-optional setting. Lake County is part of the world’s foremost geothermal resource areas. Since the late 1950s, geothermal development has grown significantly in the area known as “The Geysers” in the Mayacmas Mountains near the Cobb Mountain area. The magma body responsible for the steam fields is associated with volcanic activity, which began in the Clear Lake area one million years ago. The Geysers were known as an area of hissing fumaroles and boiling springs in the late 1840s and by the end of the 19th century had become nationally known for its hot springs resorts and health spas. Today, the Geysers is the largest complex of geothermal power plants in the world with 19 units in operation, fueled by more than 350 steam wells, which generates approximately 750 megawatts of clean, renewable baseload electricity. The Calpine Geothermal Visitor Center, located in Middletown, gives visitors an opportunity to learn how electricity is made using geothermal steam, a clean, renewable energy source. “Lake County diamonds,” also called “moon tears,” are semi-precious stones of volcanic origin found nowhere else in the world. While not equal in hardness to real diamonds (rated 7.5 to 8 compared to a diamond’s 10 rating), Lake County diamonds have been used commercially and are capable of cutting glass. They are highly prized by collectors and can be faceted and polished to make beautiful jewelry, nearly as brilliant as real diamonds. According to one local tribe’s legend, a Pomo Indian chieftain and the moon fell in love. The moon could not stay with the chieftain because she was needed by the people to light the night sky and mark the seasons. She was so sad to leave the chieftain that she wept “moon tears.” Four thousand years before the rise of Egyptian civilization, Pomo Indians were hunting, fishing, and collecting plant foods on the shores of Clear Lake. The lake yielded an abundance of fish, as well as tule reeds from which the Pomos made baskets, clothing, boats, dwellings, and household items. Today, Pomo baskets are widely admired throughout the West. Lake County is the largest supplier of premium fresh pears in California. Since the first commercial Bartlett orchard was planted in the late 1880s, buyers have chosen Lake County pears. This reputation began in 1885 when Lake County Bartletts were exhibited at the New Orleans World’s Fair. Tule elk have returned to their native range in Lake County after an absence of more than 100 years. A herd was recently released near the Cache Creek Basin Recreational Area east of Clear Lake on Highway 20. These magnificent animals were bred in Bakersfield and are being released here to bring back the natural population. Tule elk are native to California (and Lake County) and are not seen anywhere else in the world. Getting AroundThese are country roads used by cars. This house can only accommodate 5 cars. The nearby town is about 20 minutes away. This is a complete getaway. They are windy roads and a dirt road to our house. DO NOT TRY TO LAUNCH OR BRING A TRAILER TO OUR PROPERTY. Other Things to NoteThings to do at Clear Lake Places to go by boat on Clear Lake Richmond Park: Richmond Park is a fun bar and grill is at the south end of Konocti bay, just south from straight across the lake. They make a great burger and have a full bar. Dancing most Friday and Saturday nights. Large boat dock and gas on the lake. (URL HIDDEN) The Spot: There is a great little 50's diner in Clearlake on Lakeshore Drive north of Redbud Park - accessible by boat! Dock is small, though. They have indoor dining as well as patio and lawn seating, with occasional live music. Happy hour M-F 3-5. Burgers, fries, and great shakes for the little kiddies (and big kiddies!). (URL HIDDEN) Boating on Clear Lake: Boats and Quagga Mussels: Lake County is very concerned about preventing the introduction of the Quagga Mussel into our waters. Before launching your boat or personal water craft, you will need to have it inspected for the Mussel. Please arrive at the lake with your boat clean and DRY everywhere. This will assure that your inspection will go well. The fee is $10.00 and you will get stickers for your boat and trailer. Please, there is a $1000.00 fine if you do not comply. Here are the links and the application for your boat. The closest inspection place is in Clear Lake at Clearlake Bait & Tackle at Redbud Park (which is where you can launch anyway). Do not launch at the Silverado Beach ramp unless you have a sticker, and are willing to pay the $15 launch fee. (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Wine tasting: Lake County calls itself "The Undiscovered Wine Country," encouraging visitors to come and explore its high-elevation vineyards and vast and varied territory. Less well-known than the neighboring growing regions of Napa, Sonoma, and Mendocino, Lake County is an ultra-premium winegrape growing region whose number of award-winning wineries continue to grow. Here is a link to the local wineries. (URL HIDDEN) Walking and Water Trails: Here is a great website with a list of hiking, biking, equestrian and water trails. You can now walk to the top of Mount Konocti, what a great view from the top. (URL HIDDEN) Golf: Here is a link to the golf courses nearby. (URL HIDDEN) Braito's Buckingham Marina: is usually the best price for gas on the lake. The entrance to the marina is on the west side of the lake just south of the narrows.
      boathouse
      2br boathouse
      • Pets Allowed
      This vacation home at Clearlake Oaks Keys,sleeps 6 people. There are two bedrooms sleeps four people. There is a California King bed in the master bedroom and a Queen bed in the guest room. In addition to The bedrooms,there are two roll away beds suitable for adults or children. plus two soft sleeping platforms for children bringing their sleeping bags. The home has a waterfront patio terrace with comfortable lounge furniture forrelaxing,sunbathing, fishing and bird watching. The Boat dock will berth two 22 foot boats, and usually has deep water for Sailboats. Trophy size large mouth Black Bass are caught around our dock and other places in the Clearlake Oaks Keys area. Please book our Boat Haven early, as the Summer months book fast, especially with our many repeat renters. Phone, Air Conditioning TV, VCR, Tape Player, Stereo, Radio View, Waterfront Terrace, Private Boat Dock, BBQ Fully equipped Kitchen with Microwave, Dishwasher Washer/Dryer, Water Filter Fireplace Yard. Garage, Parking Welcome to Hal & Donna's Boat Haven located on California's largest natural lake. This waterfront home is available all year round rented by the week and weekend. Being California's largest natural lake, located in the heart of the Northern California wine country, makes it a popular destination for boaters,fisher people, water skiers, especially Avid Bass and Cat Fisher-people. Since Clearlake has an average depth of 15 feet, the lake water is a very comfortable temperature from April through Nov. 15th. For people interested in wine tasting. You will find 30 plus vineyards and tasting rooms spread out all around the Lake and up in the hills overlooking Clearlake. Hal & Donna's Boat Haven is located in the small community of Clearlake Oaks, CA, about a three hour drive on super highways most of the way from San Francisco, Oakland and surrounding Bay Area cities. For Boaters, there are free boat launching ramps in most of the cities and towns. For our renters that do not live close enough to tow their boats, we recommend Disney Water Sports at the North end of Clearlake in the town of Lakeport, CA. They rent fishing boats, Jet Skis and speed boats equipped with the water skiing gear if that is of interest to you. Hal can suggest fishing guides to show you how to bring the big ones into the boat. Night fishing is leagal on Clearlake. From the shore or in a boat properly equipped with running and tail light post. California State Fishing license is required. and available at local bait stores. Lake County is especially beautiful in the Spring and Fall season's In the spring you will see beautiful sites of Redbud trees,California poppies and blue lupin covered hillsides. During the fall season,the vineyards are gorgeous with their fall colors showing along the roadsides and in the hills where there are so many beautiful vineyards. Lake County is also very well known for its delicious Pears and walnuts. We are pleased that you have found our waterfront home we call Hal & Donna's Boat Haven. Hal is a retired sailor and has decorated this home in a nautical,sea life theme. The home has a brand new 20 by 12 foot boat dock at the back door of the home. It is there exclusively for guest use. It is large enough to dock two 22 foot boats and a third tied side by side with protective fenders.
      house
      3br house
      • Pets Allowed
      If you are looking for the perfect lake house, here it is! Great dock, fishing, boat ramp. Well equipped kitchen, lovely furnishings, comfy beds. It is a truly wonderful house. There's even a PacMan machine. Long term stays are recommended. Lots to do if you like to look at birds or go hiking, golfing nearby, lots of wineries, and more.
      motel
      Poor
      25 reviews
      40br motel
      • Breakfast
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      Situated in Clearlake Oaks, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Oaks Plaza Park and Shannon Ridge Vineyards and Winery. Oaks Beach Park is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) away.
      hotel
      Poor
      30 reviews
      13br hotel
      • Breakfast
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      Situated on a lake, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Oaks Beach Park, Shannon Ridge Vineyards and Winery, and Oaks Plaza Park. Lucerne Marina and Lake County Visitor Center are also within 9 mi (15 km).
      hotel
      8br hotel
      • Breakfast
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      Situated on a lake, this cottage is within 3 mi (5 km) of Oaks Beach Park, Shannon Ridge Vineyards and Winery, and Oaks Plaza Park. Lucerne Marina and Lake County Visitor Center are also within 9 mi (15 km).
      hotel
      3br hotel
      • Breakfast
      • Gym
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Swimming Pool
      • Wifi
      Situated on the beach, this cabin is within 3 mi (5 km) of Oaks Beach Park, Shannon Ridge Vineyards and Winery, and Oaks Plaza Park. Lucerne Marina and Lake County Visitor Center are also within 9 mi (15 km).
      Home/Apartment
      1br Home/Apartment
        It's a newly constructed home with granite kitchen and bathrooms, upgraded appliances. It has a large sleeping loft with king, queen, and twin beds. There is a leather foldout couch downstairs which sleeps two. Sleeps 6-8 people. Wifi and cable. Smoking and pets are prohibited. We are on the water and you can fish and swim off the dock. It's a bout 8-10 feet deep at the far end of the dock. There are hiking trails for hiking. You can bird watch and relax.
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        1 review
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        Whether you're looking for a romantic weekend of wine-tasting, a relaxing family vacation or a fishing getaway with opportunities right from the dock, Clearlake Keys House is the perfect spot! Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac and channel just minutes from the open waters of beautiful blue Clear Lake, Clearlake Keys House offers views of Mt. Konocti and vineyard-covered hillsides. Guests frequently remark on its immaculate condition, and appreciate the well-maintained interior and exterior. You'll be treated to a bottle of award-winning Lake County wine, as well as free wine-tasting with our hospitality partners, Vigilance Vineyards and Gregory Graham Wines in Lower Lake, Chacewater Olive Mill and Winery in Kelseyville, and Brassfield Estates and Cache Creek Vineyards, right in Clearlake Oaks. The free, public boat launch is located just 5 minutes west on Island Drive, just off Highway 20, in Clearlake Oaks. It's a 15-minute boat ride back to the house, most of which is through a no-wake zone. During warm weather, guests catch 10-15 pound catfish right from the dock at Clearlake Keys House. Season rates can be seen on the Clearlake Keys House website, where reservations are available using a bankcard or deposit account via our PayPal interface. One well-trained dog is welcome with an additional $25 pet cleaning fee.
        Boat
        2br Boat
        • Pets Allowed
        This vacation home at Clearlake Oaks Keys,sleeps 6 people. There are two bedrooms sleeps four people. There is a California King bed in the master bedroom and a Queen bed in the guest room. In addition to The bedrooms,there are two roll away beds suitable for adults or children. plus two soft sleeping platforms for children bringing their sleeping bags. The home has a waterfront patio terrace with comfortable lounge furniture forrelaxing,sunbathing, fishing and bird watching. The Boat dock will berth two 22 foot boats, and usually has deep water for Sailboats. Trophy size large mouth Black Bass are caught around our dock and other places in the Clearlake Oaks Keys area. Please book our Boat Haven early, as the Summer months book fast, especially with our many repeat renters. Phone, Air Conditioning TV, VCR, Tape Player, Stereo, Radio View, Waterfront Terrace, Private Boat Dock, BBQ Fully equipped Kitchen with Microwave, Dishwasher Washer/Dryer, Water Filter Fireplace Yard. Garage, Parking
        Home/Apartment
        3br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        If you are looking for the perfect lake house, here it is! Great dock, fishing, boat ramp. Well equipped kitchen, lovely furnishings, comfy beds. It is a truly wonderful house. There's even a PacMan machine. Long term stays are recommended. Lots to do if you like to look at birds or go hiking, golfing nearby, lots of wineries, and more.
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        The SpaceThere are two types of lakefront properties - houses on lakes and lake houses. Houses on lakes are great for beautiful water views and vistas and barbecues and cocktails, but are more about looking at the lake than using the lake. Lake houses are built around using and interacting with the lake in as many ways possible. This property has been in the family for 45 years and is a true 'Lakehouse'. Our family of 7 grew up spending summers here swimming, sailing, windsurfing, watersking, fishing and rowing. We do have unmatched views of the lake, including Rattlesnake Island and sunsets framed by the Buckingham narrows, but much of the magic comes from the beaches, lakeside lawns, breakwater, private bay and protected dock that let you directly experience the lake in many ways. Guest AccessPlease take full advantage of the house, the converted boathouse and all the grounds. Feel free to use the beaches, boat ramp, dock, croquet set, bocce set, games, stereo, records, projector and DVD library for movie-nights. Enjoy paddling around on our boards, but please do not use the other boats. Bring your own boats if you have them or rent them on Clearlake when you come and use the ramp, dock, bay and beaches to help launch and store them. If you want to go sailing but don't have a boat, Captain Scott of Clearlake Sailing Charters will sail down the lake and pick you up on the dock for a sail. It is a 2-hour minimum, $50 / hour program and will let you explore the lake, sail around Rattlesnake Island and poke around Whalen's cove. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available by phone and email to answer any questions before and during your stay. Other Things to NoteThe main house has been updated with attractive tile floors, wooden counters and a beautiful stucco-like treatment of the interior walls -- but we have retained the low-tech unplugged nature from our summers growing up. There is no TV or Internet active from the house. There is cell phone reception and if you want the best internet access, bring your own mifi. Verizon has the best coverage in this area. The house is in a secluded location and, besides electricity, is off the grid. Running water for the house is filtered from the lake, bottled water for drinking is provided, the heater is kerosene and we have our own septic system. The house is located 3/4' mile down a dirt road and people who appreciate natural beauty in a remote rustic setting especially enjoy the location.
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        The SpaceVacation property on Clearlake with private dock access, and private boat parking. Come stay in this romantic studio/cabin 45 minutes from Calistoga, CA. Clearlake is a highly desirable recreational lake, that is popular with boaters and fisherman alike. Studio, backyard Private Boating Community. Taxis in the area. Guest AccessUse of the cottage. In the private parking space. Interaction with GuestsTexting The NeighborhoodSet above the city of Clearlake, 12 minutes up to Clearlake Park Getting AroundTaxis available Other Things to NoteThere is Roku. Also, I have a DVD player hooked up, and there are many RED BOX's around the area. The one I use is at Safeway 12 minutes down the road or Walmart. Main Street Cafe has good home cooked meals. The Spot has a nice brunch and cocktail hour. With live music. All less than 5 miles away.
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        8 reviews
        4br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceThe house was built 2006 with over 1900 sq ft of living space. Cozy modern is the design we are going for with the interior. Custom curtains, gas fireplace, modern fixtures, gas range & new beds with 600 thread count sheets allow guests to truly relax. Tankless water heater means all guests have hot water when needed. Guest AccessThe house is fully accessible including the master bedroom deck and back yard with deck excluding the garage. Interaction with GuestsWe are available during your stay to answer questions and provide information about local attractions/activities. The NeighborhoodThis house has been a second home for us where we have created many amazing memories in Lake County. Whether you seek the peace and quiet watching the neighborhood deer, turkey, or rabbits in the neighboring yards or you seek more activities, the Lakehouse is your perfect location for you. Local activities including golf, boating, swimming, wine tasting, hiking, summertime concerts, microbreweries, restaurants, antique shops, or just quiet cook outs in the back yard. Getting AroundOff street parking in the driveway for up to three cars. Ask hosts about local wineries, restaurants, golf, water activities including boat rentals, microbreweries, and shopping. Other Things to NoteThe house is on a septic system so do not use the garbage disposal for food waste. The kitchen has two large trash cans, one for recyclables and one for food waste. Do not put harsh chemicals or feminine hygiene products in the toilets. Strip the used beds at the end of your stay. You may use the washer and dryer but use products and amounts appropriate for front load machines. Put covers on outdoor furniture when not in use and always put the sun shade down when not in use due to possible wind damage.