The rustic cabin offered at this glamping site is a fully restored miner’s cabin. Guests will find a lovely river rock patio between the cabin and the river—the perfect spot to relax at any time of day with its comfortable chairs, serpentine rock table, fire pit with a BBQ grate (wood provided), and a little room for the hammock cot. There is also a folding card table stowed below the river porch for more elaborate get-togethers. In addition to the BBQ and the fire pit on the private rock patio, there are also Weber barbecues set up on the main patio of the grounds. The cabin is mere feet from the Trinity River, and it has an incredibly cool, covered porch that has two chairs and a table.This cabin comfortably accommodates two people, but can sleep up to a maximum of three. While priced for two guests, one more may be included if a couple is sharing the queen bed. An extra fee of $15.75 per night will apply to the third guest.Inside the cabin, there is a queen-size bed in the loft (which can be reached by a wide, fixed, slanted ladder) and an oak twin captain’s bed/sofa bed in the living room that can sleep one additional guest. There is also a double rocker, a small dining set, and some very beautiful antiques in the living room. A faux Franklin wood-stove heater for warmth and ambiance. Within the cabin’s minimalist kitchen, guests will have a sink, toaster oven, a microwave, a deep electric skillet, a Keurig single-cup coffeemaker (with coffee pods, creamer, and sweetener included), and a regular coffeemaker. There is cookware, dining ware and serving ware, making a meal at home an easy task. There is also a dorm-sized refrigerator, and the site supplies a huge cooler with frozen one-gallon water bottles. The bathroom has a big shower and the toilet. The cabin also has Wi-Fi, and guests will have access to a large parking lot at the entrance that’s perfect for boats and vehicles.While this is a very private accommodation, the cabin is located a little way down the mountain from California State Route 299, a highway, and guests will hear some noise from it, including log trucks. Almost all previous guests have agreed that the ambient noise from the river and local birds more than make up for the highway nearby, but if this will be an issue for guests, please contact the host for alternative accommodations.