The Space15% tax included in listing price unless staying on 1-6 month, discounted terms.
Mendocino College (Woodworking students), Living Light students, Traveling Nurses and Therapists welcome.
Artist/owner occupied. Room includes use of kitchen, all utilities, dishes, towels, sheets and 1 bathroom. Two, new twin beds. Additional, separate listing is a room with one Queen bed, 1 or 2 people and Art Studio in Back.. (please book separately or contact me for more info). Long term (1 or more months) prices negotiable on all listings.
Room for two additional persons if contacted early. Inflatable Queen mattress. Please contact BEFORE booking (if using "Instant Book") and I will send you a "Special Offer" that allows you to book more than 2 people.
Fireplace in living room. Located only a few blocks from Old Town Fort Bragg. Comfy beds and amenities. You will be well cared for.
Location to all of what Fort Bragg offers. Clean, remodeled house with 1 1/2 bathrooms. Comfortable surroundings and use of the kitchen and refrigerator to prepare and store meals. Weekly and monthly rates, please ask. Fireplace.
Kitchen, living room, full bathroom/shower/tub -
plus 1/2 bathroom (handicapped access - 1/2 bathroom means toilet/sink but no shower or bath).
Kitchen, living room, bathrooms, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator designated for guests, all guest food should be marked. Eating and cooking utensils provided.
(Electric stove/oven) - Heating is forced air, oil furnace to all rooms. Please do not use this heater without assistance. Stand alone electric heaters are available upon request.
We are 1 block east of Hwy 1, one block south from the movie theater, three blocks from Old Town Fort Bragg. Visit Glass Beach or the several State Parks close to Fort Bragg. Go whale watching, hiking, diving. Dine in any of the exquisite restaurants in the area or attend the music, theater, or food festivals the coast is famous for. This is why we live on the coast--and it's always cooler than most any place in California.
How do taxes work for guests?
There are a few instances where an Airbnb guest may need to pay tax.
Some hosts are required by their local regulations to charge a tax. We recommend they include the tax in the price of the reservation, but some may require the tax to be paid directly upon check-in. We ask that hosts explain any taxes they may be required to collect in their listing description and their communication with guests prior to booking. Currently, this location's taxes are not collected separately by Airbnb.
In some locations, Airbnb has made agreements with government officials to collect and remit local taxes on behalf of hosts. The taxes vary and, depending on the local law, may include calculations based on a flat rate or percentage rate, the number of guests, number of nights, or property type booked. When you book a listing in one of these locations, the local taxes will be displayed automatically when you pay and appear on your receipt once your reservation is confirmed. (*NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA - notation added by host). Guest AccessKitchen, living room, bathroom, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator - all available for guest use
Washer and dryer available upon request. Interaction with GuestsAs often as preferred. It's really up to the guest(s) and timing. Privacy is respected above all. Each bedroom has it's own lock. Owner occupied. The NeighborhoodWe are two blocks from the ocean, one block from the movie theater, three blocks from Old Town Fort Bragg.
1. Whales! The annual migration of the California gray whale begins in December and peaks in the winter months.
2. No crowds. On a winter day in Fort Bragg, there’s no waiting in line; not for a coffee, not for lunch, not for a parking space.
3. Walks. Whether it is along the ocean, in the redwoods or just down to the beach, there’s a walk for everyone. This house is walking distance to Glass Beach, located at the north end of town.
4. Crab! Boats are bringing fresh Dungeness crab into Noyo Harbor daily (in season). You can enjoy the delectable and seasonal treat in our local restaurants, or pick up one in the harbor or at a local grocer.
5. Waterfalls. A short walk through Otis Johnson Park or at Russian Gulch State Park and you can visit the magic of winter in the woods.
6. Mushrooms. Wild mushroom season is not limited to the fall months. Whether you forage or just hunt with a camera, there is still plenty of natures bounty to capture. You will see oyster, yellowfoot, black trumpet, candy caps and more, just look down along the edges of our roads and trails. Once you have the “mushroom eye” you will never look at the woods in the same way again.
7. Deals! Depending on the time of year.
8. Quiet! Did we say this was the quiet time of year? Other than the booming of the surf or the staccato tempo of the rain on the roof, there’s nothing to disturb the peace. After the hustle and bustle of the holidays, there’s nothing we like more.
9. Waves. Did we mention the spectacular winter surf in Fort Bragg? King tides and storm swells from the north Pacific combine to bring some of the most awe-inspiring ocean views you can imagine. Of course, watch from a safe distance and never turn your back on the ocean.
10. Sunsets! Winter is sunset season on the Mendocino Coast, and Fort Bragg is no exception. Night after night of ever-changing rainbows. See if you can spot the elusive “green flash” or better yet, catch it with your camera. Fort Bragg has it's own website. Since Airbnb prohibits URL's in descriptions, please use a search engine to find the many links for detailed information about this area. Getting AroundAlthough I recommend using your personal helicopter or jet if you need to get up here fast :P (there is, actually, a "private airstrip" for those aircraft up (URL HIDDEN) not practical for most of us..... driving north, from SF or that area, several routes are usually open.... Highway 101 to Cloverdale, taking the turn-off to Fort Bragg (Hwy 128) takes you on a sometimes curvy but scenic drive through Anderson Valley (many wineries), Boonville and through the thick redwood groves along the Navarro River, eventually you arriving at the Navarro Headlands, the ocean and Highway 1, where you will continue North...you will pass the beautiful village of Mendocino, which is only 10 miles south of Fort Bragg. Other routes, for the more intrepid, could be following the Russian River route to Hwy 1, eventually bringing you to Hwy 128 /Hwy 1 near Mendocino (10 mi south of Fort Bragg)... this is a much longer drive but the most scenic. Or, another way is to just follow 101 north past Ukiah to the town of Willits, turn left (West, of course) on Hwy 20 and get ready to cross the Coastal Range in an often slow, switch back road, leading directly into Fort Bragg... it's only 35 or so miles but a tough drive for first-timers. There are a few back-road routes as well best left to the more adventurous...ask me or, I'm sure the info is online.
Please (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) "How to get to Fort Bragg from any direction"
...since Airbnb censors all URLs, phone numbers and addresses until after a booking is confirmed - (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) or use another online search for the info. Fort Bragg has its own website with many valuable links.
MTA (Mendocino Transit)
1 shuttle per morning ( 7:10am in front of this place) that goes south to Santa Rosa, through Willits, Hopland, Cloverdale and the Santa Rosa Airport (flights to SF and elsewhere). In Santa Rosa, it is possible to transfer to the (every 1/2 hr Golden Gate Transit bus #101 South to San Francisco and beyond.
Skunk Train to Willits (begins July 1st).
Sorry I cannot provide you with links here but once you book I will send you all the information you need, :)
Cheers! Randy Other Things to NoteThere is something to see and do year-round. July-October are the busiest months in Fort Bragg. November-June usually features fewer visitors. So when is the best time to visit? Anytime! Off months can be great with welcoming weather and quieter streets while prime time is host to lots of events and festivals.
If you arrive in Fort Bragg before 9pm (later on Fri and Sat) and you are hungry, I personally recommend Piaci's ...for excellent Italian inspired food/pizzas/calzones/salads/and a plethora of beers on tap, some you have probably never heard of ....tell them Randy from Cosmo's Lost Coast Hostel sent you...
Abalone diving, sport fishing, whale-watching, kayaking, mountain trails, beach trails, canoeing, swimming with many summer events such as the Mendocino Music Festival, Big Salmon Feed, Crab Feed and more! Other popular festivals going on throughout the area.