Gasquet, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Gasquet

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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceIf you are looking for a unique experience in a beautiful natural area and would like to experience life in an off-grid, sustainable, permaculture-focused ecovillage - and all the rough roads, dirt, mud, insects, messes, barking dogs, mosquitos, bees, mice, early morning roosters, communal living, composting toilets, stained linens, ongoing construction projects, and various unpredictable joys and challenges of Doing It Yourself in the remote wilderness - then we invite you join us in our mountain village! Deep in the heart of the Six Rivers National forest, the hand-build A-Frame "tiny cabin" offers just enough space to get cozy on a double mattress overlooking a valley of trees. The small space is well insulated and we have plenty of blankets; however due to safety concerns we will not be using any heater or candles inside! Our property encompasses 160 acres of pristine natural wilderness in Northern California's beautiful Smith River area - home of the only un-dammed river in the state. Lush fern-encrusted hillsides slope down to countless spring-fed streams, teeming with wildlife, from cute caterpillars to black bears (also cute, sometimes!). Accessible only by forestry road from scenic CA-199, this is your chance to experience Mama Earth as she was meant to be. This location is very beautiful and quite remote, so please be sure you've read through the full description and are prepared for certain elements of "roughing it" and adventure travel. The Village is also a work-in-progress so we are likely to be working and there may be construction, dirt, and messes around! Amenities: •Lighting / Electricity: Your cabin does not have electricity but does have flashlight and lantern available for your use. •Kitchen: The shared outdoor kitchen, near your cabin, has a small propane camping stove, and plenty of pots, pans, and utensils for your use. We do not have refrigeration but do have coolers for storing food. The indoor kitchen is in the Hygge Hall, and you're welcome to use any of our pots, plans, utencils, herbs, condiment, etc. •Bathrooms: We use composting toilets (buckets with seats); there is an indoor toilet in the bathhouse. Hot shower in the bathhouse. •(Lack of) Phone / Internet: Some Verizon and US Cellular service is available, but AT&T and T-Mobile do not service our area. We do not have wifi. The Great Outdoors: •Domestic animals: Between the three dogs who run around at night chasing forest creatures, springtime frog concerts, and the early-rising chickens, it is likely that there will be some animal noises occurring at unpredictable moments during the night and day. •Wild animals: There are various of these that live in the forest, including skunks, chipmunks, foxes, black bears, and many birds and insects. Since we have dogs and people around, the wild animals tend to keep their distance from the areas that we use. If you are lucky, you might spot a black bear on a hike; they are basically like big raccoons and prefer to run away from humans. If you are looking for a unique experience and up for rustic accommodations with a few off-grid perks, we welcome you to join us in our mountain paradise! Guest AccessBesides your own cozy cabin, you'll have access to the shared outdoor kitchen and bath-house as well as gardens and lots of forest! There is a steep loop trail through our property, a short, flat-ish trail cleared along the ridge, a swimming hole near the br1idge, and plenty of forestry roads to stroll and woods to explore. Your cabin is in the lower village area, featuring an outdoor kitchen, large organic garden and edible landscaping, chicken and goat pens, and two additional cabins. Other animal residents include dogs, cats, chickens, fish and frogs. From your cabin, you are welcome to wander at will amongst our 160 acres of mostly steep, forested land, and enjoy the streams and waterfalls leading into Little Jones Creek. A stroll down the" driveway" and back along the forestry road is a beautiful hike in itself, where you could easily spend all day in the company of only quiet woodland creatures. We also offer custom bodywork sessions - holistic chiropractic and massage - more info available on request. Interaction with GuestsThe A-frame is a private space facing the common garden areas in the Lower Village. With a rotating and seasonally changing cast of residents and guests, your experience might range from a quiet day alone in the village to a parade of WWOOFers and other AirBnBers socializing in the common areas. We all have variable schedules and "real" jobs, so we may or may not be home or around during your stay or on your arrival. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is all made of trees and animals. How amazing is that? We love it here. It is very remote, peaceful, and magical. The closest neighbor is a Buddhist Hermitage about a mile up the forestry road. Also, supposedly Bigfoots live here! Our 160-acre property is surrounded by about a million acres of National Forest. Most visitors to the area are interested in spending time in the redwoods – we are about 30-45 minutes from the nearest entrance to Jedediah Smith Park, home of Stout Grove and other beautiful redwood hikes. Driving into Crescent City, about 45-60 minutes, winds you right through the "gentle giants" on your way to or from Redwood National Park. Getting AroundJANUARY 2016 Road Construction: Due to construction along the road, the last section of driveway is currently closed to all vehicles. Please plan on parking in the "cabin parking" area and walking the last bit of hill (which is sometimes muddy) up to the village. •Remote location, rough roads: We are about 45 minutes from the nearest grocery store, and about 3.5 miles up an unpaved forestry road. It is preferable to arrive during daylight hours since you'll be driving up a dirt road through the woods, crossing a creek either by small bridge or fording, and arriving on a property with limited electricity and steep terrain. The roads are unlit, bumpy, windy, and sometimes steep. Please bring a flashlight if you need to arrive after dark. We occasionally get a bit of snow in winter; please check the forecast and plan accordingly if you need to bring chains or snow tires. You do NOT need 4WD to access the village; we drive our Honda Fit up and down regularly and we have had hundreds of visitors come in "regular cars". Some have described the road in as "harrowing", others have named it "no problem". It depends what you are used to. If you arrive during a rainstorm, the roads will be muddy and have large puddles. •River crossing: If you have an appropriate 4WD truck or SUV you can ford the creek most of the year. Otherwise you should use the bridge - we don't recommend taking cars through the river. The bridge is extremely narrow (83.5 inches) but does fit most cars, except for wide or low cars such as a Dodge Charger, a minivan with trailer hitch, or a vintage police cruiser. The Prius is debatable - many people have come up in Priuses and have not expressed any problems, but it is easy to scrape the bottom of low vehicles on the ramps. If you do not want to deal with the bridge please let us know ahead of time and we can plan to leave you a shuttle car. Other Things to NoteDriving here: No, you do NOT need 4WD or any special vehicle to reach our cabins. We drive in and out regularly in our small Honda hatchback and have had hundreds of visitors drive up in their "regular" cars. Indeed the roads are quite bumpy, the driveway has some steep sections, and if you arrive during a huge storm in the rainy season there will be large puddles and mud. The bridge at the base of the driveway is quite narrow and you will cross it slowly and carefully; if you have a wide or long vehicle (large van, vintage police cruiser, Hyundai Sonata, fancy sports car) you will probably want to park at the bridge; depending on your schedule we may be able to provide a shuttle from the bridge. What to expect (not the Holiday Inn!): Our rustic, off-grid lifestyle includes regular exposure to dirt, dust, mud, rain, insects, dead things, animal poop, etc. The village is also always evolving in some way and there will most likely be some sort of building, construction, and/or garden project going on as we continue working towards Shangri La!
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceGet away and relax at our clean, comfortable Cabin in the woods. Inside is a smoke free environment and dogs are considered. The Cabin will accommodate up to six people. The living room offers a queen size sleeper sofa. It also has a 46" flat screen TV with a DVD/VHS player and Dish TV with Sirius radio. The master bedroom has a king size bed, a 39" flat screen TV, Dish TV with Sirius radio and a DVD/VHS player. There is a twin over queen bunk-bed in the second bedroom (top bed has a 150 pound weight limit). The kitchen is fully stocked (no dishwasher) to accommodate up to six people. For the first morning enjoy complimentary gourmet coffee or tea by the wood stove or the pond. Have a BBQ or just relax on the large wrap around deck, surrounded by large Douglas Fir, Cedar, Madrone, wild Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Iris. The grounds are in an all-natural setting on ¾ of an acre, with easy access, just off Hwy 199 in Gasquet. The property is completely fenced for your privacy. The Cabin is in a remote area so cell phone reception is variable depending on your service provider and phone. There is a land-line available. Prices include 8% tax. Dogs considered, please tell me how many, how old and how large/small. No cats please. There is an extra $20 pet cleaning fee. There are many times when it's foggy at the coast but it will be sunny at The Cabin! It's a 10 minute walk or a 2 minute drive to the pristine Smith River. It’s the largest free-flowing (no dams) river in the state, producing the largest Steelhead and Chinook salmon. From The Cabin it’s just 11 miles on scenic Hwy 199 to Redwood National Park and Jedidiah Smith Redwood State Park. Some of the tallest trees in the world reside here and there are many trails to explore. Drive or bike through Redwood National Park on unpaved Howland Hill Rd. There are massive Redwood trees! Like the ocean? We’re only 22 miles away as you drive through the Redwoods and Crescent City. In Crescent City there is Battery Point Lighthouse. In fact, there are many lighthouses along the coast. There is a great view from these lighthouses to do some whale watching. Gray whales migrate from December through May. You may also see Orcas and Humpback whales. Northern California and Oregon have some of the most beautiful coastlines. Yet, on those foggy coastal days, The Cabin is usually in the sunshine. Other Things to NoteRental Agreement This Rental Agreement and Contract (the “Agreement”) is a legally binding agreement made and entered into as of the Reservation Date by and between the person(s) or company (the “Guest”) and the owner, manager or agent ("Diane Moller"), pursuant to which the Guest has agreed to rent the residence ("The Cabin”), for the duration of the Rental Term for the Total Rental Fee as described herein. I (“Guest”) having registered as an occupant of The Cabin, understand that I am responsible for damages (in excess of normal wear) to or theft from The Cabin. I agree to allow the money to be taken out of the $400.00 security deposit for only such damages caused by my party, me or my pets. I agree to repair any damage caused by my party, me or my pets in excess of the $400.00 security deposit. If bringing a pet, I agree to not leave my pet unattended inside The Cabin. Guest acknowledges that use of amenities such as the wood stove, BBQ, decks, and the like may be potentially dangerous and involve potential risks if improperly used, particularly with regard to children and such use is at the Guest’s own risk. Guests who would like to use the kayak; it is at your own risk. This is a dry area and there are no fireworks or fires of any kind allowed anywhere on the property. Exception-inside the wood stove. Rental Agent reserves the right to enter the Property at reasonable times and with reasonable advance notice for the purposes of inspecting the Property. If Rental Agent has a reasonable belief that there is imminent danger to any person or property, Rental Agent may enter the Property without advance notice. The owner of the property reserves the right to refuse service to anyone. The owner or agent will not be responsible for loss of money, jewelry, or valuables of any kind, or damage to or loss of any kind due to any combination of fire, theft or any means whatsoever while on the premises. I agree to hold the owners harmless from any and all damages to real and/or personal property and/or bodily injuries to myself and/or members of my party while staying at The Cabin. Guest hereby waives and releases any claims against Rental Agent, the Property owner and their successors, employees or representatives, officially or otherwise, for any injuries or death that may be sustained by Guest on or near the property.
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The SpaceIf you are looking for a unique experience in a beautiful natural area and would like to experience life in an off-grid, sustainable, permaculture-focused ecovillage - and all the rough roads, dirt, mud, insects, messes, barking dogs, mosquitos, bees, mice, early morning roosters, communal living, composting toilets, stained linens, ongoing construction projects, and various unpredictable joys and challenges of Doing It Yourself in the remote wilderness - then we invite you join us in our mountain village! Bring your own tent and sleeping gear and set up camp just about anywhere you want. Our property encompasses 160 acres of pristine natural wilderness in Northern California's beautiful Smith River area - home of the only un-dammed river in the state. Lush fern-encrusted hillsides slope down to countless spring-fed streams, teeming with wildlife, from cute caterpillars to (also cute, sometimes!) black bears. Accessible only by forestry road from scenic CA-199, this is your chance to experience Mama Earth as she was meant to be. Your cabin is in the lower village area, featuring an outdoor kitchen, wood-fired sauna (usable November thru May), large organic garden and edible landscaping, chicken and goat pens, and two additional cabins. Other animal residents include dogs, cats, chickens, fish and frogs. From your cabin, you are welcome to wander at will amongst our 160 acres of mostly steep, forested land, and enjoy the streams and waterfalls leading into Little Jones Creek. A stroll down the" driveway" and back along the forestry road is a beautiful hike in itself, where you could easily spend all day in the company of only quiet woodland creatures. We also offer custom bodywork sessions - holistic chiropractic and massage - more info available on request. Most visitors to the area are interested in spending time in the redwoods – we are about 30 minutes from the nearest entrance to Jedediah Smith Park, home of Stout Grove and other beautiful redwood hikes. Driving into Crescent City, about 45 minutes, winds you right through the "gentle giants" on your way to or from Redwood National Park. This location is very beautiful and quite remote, so please be sure you've read through the full description and are prepared for certain elements of "roughing it" and adventure travel. The Village is also a work-in-progress so we are likely to be working and there may be construction, dirt, and messes around! Getting here: •Remote location: We are about 45 minutes from the nearest grocery store, and about 3.5 miles up an unpaved forestry road. It is preferable to arrive during daylight hours since you'll be driving up a dirt road through the woods, crossing a creek either by small bridge or fording, and arriving on a property with limited electricity and steep terrain. •River crossing: The entrance to our driveway includes crossing Little Jones Creek – if you have a truck or SUV of any kind you can generally ford the river in the dry season. Otherwise the bridge can accommodate all but the widest of vehicles. Amenities: •Lighting / Electricity: We will provide you with candles, flashlights, and a lantern, since we are off-grid and your cabin does not have electricity. •Sauna: The wood-fired sauna is near your cabin and is available for your use any time during your stay November to May. (Fire restrictions prohibit us from building a fire in the sauna from summer to early fall.) •Kitchen: The outdoor kitchen, near your cabin, has a small propane camping stove, and plenty of pots, pans, and utensils for your use. We do not have refrigeration but do have coolers for storing food. •Bathrooms: We use composting toilets (buckets with seats); there is an indoor toilet in the bathhouse, and you will also have your own composting toilet available at your cabin. Hot shower in the sauna/bathhouse. •(Lack of) Phone / Internet: Some Verizon and US Cellular service is available, but AT&T and T-Mobile do not service our area. We do not have wifi. The Great Outdoors: •Domestic animals: Between the three dogs who run around at night chasing forest creatures, springtime frog concerts, and the early-rising chickens, it is likely that there will be some animal noises occurring at unpredictable moments during the night and day. •Wild animals: There are various of these that live in the forest, including skunks, chipmunks, foxes, black bears, and many birds and insects. Since we have dogs and people around, the wild animals tend to keep their distance from the areas that we use. If you are lucky, you might spot a black bear on a hike; they are basically like big raccoon and prefer to run away from humans. If you are looking for a unique experience and up for rustic accommodations with a few off-grid perks, we welcome you to join us in our mountain paradise! Guest AccessYou'll have access to the shared outdoor kitchen, bath-house, and sauna, as well as gardens and lots of forest! There is a steep loop trail through our property, a short, flat-ish trail cleared along the ridge, a swimming hole near the bridge, and plenty of forestry roads to stroll and woods to explore. Interaction with GuestsThe outdoor kitchen and sauna / bath-house are shared by the three cabins - sometimes this means the whole place is yours, or on busy travel weekends there can be several other guests around. On warm evenings the kitchen has been known to turn into a spontaneous potluck cocktail party! When we are home, we are happy to answer questions and like to meet and chat with amenable guests, though we also have plenty of work to do around the property. We all have variable schedules and "real" jobs, so we may or may not be home or around during your stay. The NeighborhoodTrees, trees, everywhere! We live in a temperate rainforest. Getting AroundWe are 5 miles off of Highway 199, and at least 30 minutes drive from the nearest tiny "town." There is no public transit! We are 5 miles off the highway on unpaved forest road. It is unlit, bumpy, windy, and sometimes steep. You do NOT need 4WD to access the village; I drive my Honda Fit up and down regularly and we have had hundreds of visitors come in "regular cars". Some have described the road in as "harrowing", others have named it "no problem". It depends what you are used to. If you arrive during a rainstorm, the roads will be muddy and have large puddles. There is a river crossing at the bottom of the driveway - if you have an appropriate 4WD truck or SUV you can ford the creek most of the year. Otherwise you should use the bridge - we don't recommend taking cars through the river. The bridge is extremely narrow but does fit most cars, except for wide or low cars such as a Hyundai Sonata, a Dodge Charger, a minivan with trailer hitch, or a vintage police cruiser. The Prius is debatable - many people have come up in Priuses and have not expressed any problems, but it is easy to scrap the bottom of such low vehicles on the ramps. If you do not want to deal with the bridge please let us know and we can plan to leave you a shuttle car. Other Things to NoteDriving here: No, you do NOT need 4WD or any special vehicle to reach our cabins. We drive in and out regularly in our small Honda hatchback and have had hundreds of visitors drive up in their "regular" cars. Indeed the roads are quite bumpy, the driveway has some steep sections, and if you arrive during a huge storm in the rainy season there will be large puddles and mud. The bridge at the base of the driveway is quite narrow and you will cross it slowly and carefully; if you have a wide or long vehicle (large van, vintage police cruiser, Hyundai Sonata, fancy sports car) you will probably want to park at the bridge; depending on your schedule we may be able to provide a shuttle from the bridge. What to expect (not the Holiday Inn!): Our rustic, off-grid lifestyle includes regular exposure to dirt, dust, mud, rain, insects, dead things, animal poop, etc. The village is also always evolving in some way and there will most likely be some sort of building, construction, and/or garden project going on as we continue working towards Shangri La!
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceIf you are looking for a unique experience in a beautiful natural area and would like to experience life in an off-grid, sustainable, permaculture-focused ecovillage - and all the rough roads, dirt, mud, insects, messes, barking dogs, mosquitos, bees, mice, early morning roosters, communal living, composting toilets, stained linens, ongoing construction projects, and various unpredictable joys and challenges of Doing It Yourself in the remote wilderness - then we invite you join us in our mountain village! Enjoy the privacy of your own cozy cabin nestled deep in the heart of Six Rivers National Forest. The hand-built Half-Moon Cabin is the more spacious of the two small cabins, with extra storage space and a comfy leather sofa section, a lofted lofted double bed and woodstove heat, as well as extra privacy down forested Village Creek Road. If you are visiting during the colder months, you'll love getting cozy in the Half Moon with the woodstove and extra hangout space for reading, playing games, or cuddling. We have wood available for sale at $5/bundle, and ask that you not bring in wood from other sources due to environmental concerns. Our property encompasses 160 acres of pristine natural wilderness in Northern California's beautiful Smith River area - home of the only un-dammed river in the state. Lush fern-encrusted hillsides slope down to countless spring-fed streams, teeming with wildlife, from cute caterpillars to (also cute, sometimes!) black bears. Accessible only by forestry road from scenic CA-199, this is your chance to experience Mama Earth as she was meant to be. This location is very beautiful and quite remote, so please be sure you've read through the full description and are prepared for certain elements of "roughing it" and adventure travel. The Village is also a work-in-progress so we are likely to be working and there may be construction, dirt, and messes around! Amenities: •Lighting / Electricity: Your cabin does not have electricity; we try to keep a flashlight, lantern, and/or candle available for your use. •Kitchen: The outdoor kitchen, near your cabin, has a small propane camping stove, and plenty of pots, pans, and utensils for your use. We do not have refrigeration but do have coolers for storing food. •Bathrooms: We use composting toilets (buckets with seats); there is an indoor toilet in the bathhouse. Hot shower in the sauna/bathhouse. •(Lack of) Phone / Internet: Some Verizon and US Cellular service is available, but AT&T and T-Mobile do not service our area. We do not have wifi. The Great Outdoors: •Domestic animals: Between the three dogs who run around at night chasing forest creatures, springtime frog concerts, and the early-rising chickens, it is likely that there will be some animal noises occurring at unpredictable moments during the night and day. •Wild animals: There are various of these that live in the forest, including skunks, chipmunks, foxes, black bears, and many birds and insects. Since we have dogs and people around, the wild animals tend to keep their distance from the areas that we use. If you are lucky, you might spot a black bear on a hike; they are basically like big raccoons and prefer to run away from humans. If you are looking for a unique experience and up for rustic accommodations with a few off-grid perks, we welcome you to join us in our mountain paradise! Guest AccessBesides your own cozy cabin, you'll have access to the shared outdoor kitchen, bath-house, and sauna, as well as gardens and lots of forest! There is a steep loop trail through our property, a short, flat-ish trail cleared along the ridge, a swimming hole near the bridge, and plenty of forestry roads to stroll and woods to explore. Your cabin is in the lower village area, featuring an outdoor kitchen, wood-fired sauna (usable November thru May), large organic garden and edible landscaping, chicken and goat pens, and two additional cabins. Other animal residents include dogs, cats, chickens, fish and frogs. From your cabin, you are welcome to wander at will amongst our 160 acres of mostly steep, forested land, and enjoy the streams and waterfalls leading into Little Jones Creek. A stroll down the" driveway" and back along the forestry road is a beautiful hike in itself, where you could easily spend all day in the company of only quiet woodland creatures. We also offer custom bodywork sessions - holistic chiropractic and massage - more info available on request. Interaction with GuestsThe Half Moon has a little extra privacy from the Lower Village thanks to its location down the forested Village Creek Road. With a rotating and seasonally changing cast of residents and guests, your experience might range from a quiet day alone in the village to a parade of WWOOFers and other AirBnBers socializing in the common areas. We all have variable schedules and "real" jobs, so we may or may not be home or around during your stay or on your arrival. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is all made of trees and animals. How amazing is that? We love it here. It is very remote, peaceful, and magical. The closest neighbor is a Buddhist Hermitage about a mile up the forestry road. Also, supposedly Bigfoots live here! Our 160-acre property is surrounded by about a million acres of National Forest. Most visitors to the area are interested in spending time in the redwoods – we are about 30-45 minutes from the nearest entrance to Jedediah Smith Park, home of Stout Grove and other beautiful redwood hikes. Driving into Crescent City, about 45-60 minutes, winds you right through the "gentle giants" on your way to or from Redwood National Park. Getting AroundJANUARY 2016 Road Construction: Due to construction along the road, the last section of driveway is currently closed to all vehicles. Please plan on parking in the "cabin parking" area and walking the last bit of hill (which is sometimes muddy) up to the village. •Remote location, rough roads: We are about 45 minutes from the nearest grocery store, and about 3.5 miles up an unpaved forestry road. It is preferable to arrive during daylight hours since you'll be driving up a dirt road through the woods, crossing a creek either by small bridge or fording, and arriving on a property with limited electricity and steep terrain. The roads are unlit, bumpy, windy, and sometimes steep. Please bring a flashlight if you need to arrive after dark. We occasionally get a bit of snow in winter; please check the forecast and plan accordingly if you need to bring chains or snow tires. You do NOT need 4WD to access the village; we drive our Honda Fit up and down regularly and we have had hundreds of visitors come in "regular cars". Some have described the road in as "harrowing", others have named it "no problem". It depends what you are used to. If you arrive during a rainstorm, the roads will be muddy and have large puddles. •River crossing: If you have an appropriate 4WD truck or SUV you can ford the creek most of the year. Otherwise you should use the bridge - we don't recommend taking cars through the river. The bridge is extremely narrow (83.5 inches) but does fit most cars, except for wide or low cars such as a Dodge Charger, a minivan with trailer hitch, or a vintage police cruiser. The Prius is debatable - many people have come up in Priuses and have not expressed any problems, but it is easy to scrape the bottom of low vehicles on the ramps. If you do not want to deal with the bridge please let us know ahead of time and we can plan to leave you a shuttle car. Other Things to NoteDriving here: No, you do NOT need 4WD or any special vehicle to reach our cabins. We drive in and out regularly in our small Honda hatchback and have had hundreds of visitors drive up in their "regular" cars. Indeed the roads are quite bumpy, the driveway has some steep sections, and if you arrive during a huge storm in the rainy season there will be large puddles and mud. The bridge at the base of the driveway is quite narrow and you will cross it slowly and carefully; if you have a wide or long vehicle (large van, vintage police cruiser, Hyundai Sonata, fancy sports car) you will probably want to park at the bridge; depending on your schedule we may be able to provide a shuttle from the bridge. What to expect (not the Holiday Inn!): Our rustic, off-grid lifestyle includes regular exposure to dirt, dust, mud, rain, insects, dead things, animal poop, etc. The village is also always evolving in some way and there will most likely be some sort of building, construction, and/or garden project going on as we continue working towards Shangri La!
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The SpaceIf you would like to experience life in an off-grid, wilderness, mountainous ecovillage focused on sustainable living and permaculture food forests, welcome. : ) The Witch's Hut is the largest of three available cabins on our forested property in the heart of Six Rivers National Forest. The two-story, hexagonal cabin has a downstairs room with sofa, easy chair, woodstove, and sink, and upstairs the "master bedroom" with comfy queen bed overlooks the gardens, pond, and lower village. This cabin has a great woodstove; we have bundles of firewood for sale at $5 each. Our property encompasses 160 acres of pristine natural wilderness in Northern California's beautiful Smith River area - home of the only un-dammed river in the state. Lush fern-encrusted hillsides slope down to countless spring-fed streams, teeming with wildlife, from cute caterpillars to (also cute, sometimes!) black bears. Accessible only by forestry road from scenic CA-199, this is your chance to experience Mama Earth as she was meant to be. This location is very beautiful and quite remote, so please be sure you've read through the full description and are prepared for certain elements of "roughing it" and adventure travel. The Village is also a work-in-progress so we are likely to be working and there may be construction, dirt, and messes around! Amenities: •Kitchen: The outdoor kitchen, near your cabin, has a small propane camping stove, and plenty of pots, pans, and utensils for your use. We do not have refrigeration but do have coolers for storing food. •Bathrooms: We use composting toilets (buckets with seats); there is an indoor toilet in the bathhouse. Hot shower in the sauna/bathhouse. •(Lack of) Phone / Internet: Some Verizon and US Cellular service is available, but AT&T and T-Mobile do not service our area. We do not have wifi. The Great Outdoors: •Domestic animals: Between the three dogs who run around at night chasing forest creatures, springtime frog concerts, and the early-rising chickens, it is likely that there will be some animal noises occurring at unpredictable moments during the night and day. •Wild animals: There are various of these that live in the forest, including skunks, chipmunks, foxes, black bears, and many birds and insects. Since we have dogs and people around, the wild animals tend to keep their distance from the areas that we use. If you are lucky, you might spot a black bear on a hike; they are basically like big raccoons and prefer to run away from humans. If you are looking for a unique experience and up for rustic accommodations with a few off-grid perks, we welcome you to join us in our mountain paradise! Guest AccessBesides your own cozy cabin, you'll have access to the shared outdoor kitchen and bath-house as well as gardens and lots of forest! There is a steep loop trail through our property, a short, flat-ish trail cleared along the ridge, a swimming hole near the bridge, and plenty of forestry roads to stroll and woods to explore. Your cabin is in the lower village area, featuring an outdoor kitchen, large organic garden and edible landscaping, chicken and goat pens, and two additional cabins. Other animal residents include dogs, cats, chickens, fish and frogs. From your cabin, you are welcome to wander at will amongst our 160 acres of mostly steep, forested land, and enjoy the streams and waterfalls leading into Little Jones Creek. A stroll down the" driveway" and back along the forestry road is a beautiful hike in itself, where you could easily spend all day in the company of only quiet woodland creatures. We also offer custom bodywork sessions - holistic chiropractic and massage - more info available on request. Interaction with GuestsThe Witch's Hut has the most private space of the smaller cabins, but it's location in the middle of the Lower Village means that you can sometimes hear conversations or noise in the gardens or common areas. With a rotating and seasonally changing cast of residents and guests, your experience might range from a quiet day alone in the village to a parade of WWOOFers and other AirBnBers socializing in the common areas. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is all made of trees and animals. How amazing is that? We love it here. It is very remote, peaceful, and magical. The closest neighbor is a Buddhist Hermitage about a mile up the forestry road. Also, supposedly, Bigfoots live here! Our 160-acre property is surrounded by about a million acres of National Forest. Most visitors to the area are interested in spending time in the redwoods – we are about 30-45 minutes from the nearest entrance to Jedediah Smith Park, home of Stout Grove and other beautiful redwood hikes. Driving into Crescent City, about 45-60 minutes, winds you right through the "gentle giants" on your way to or from Redwood National Park. Getting Around•Remote location, rough roads: We are about 45 minutes from the nearest grocery store, and about 3.5 miles up an unpaved forestry road. It is preferable to arrive during daylight hours since you'll be driving up a dirt road through the woods, crossing a creek either by small bridge or fording, and arriving on a property with limited electricity and steep terrain. The roads are unlit, bumpy, windy, and sometimes steep. Please bring a flashlight if you need to arrive after dark. We occasionally get a bit of snow in winter; please check the forecast and plan accordingly if you need to bring chains or snow tires. You do NOT need 4WD to access the village; we drive our Honda Fit up and down regularly and we have had hundreds of visitors come in "regular cars". Some have described the road in as "harrowing", others have named it "no problem". It depends what you are used to. If you arrive during a rainstorm, the roads will be muddy and have large puddles. •River crossing: If you have an appropriate 4WD truck or SUV you can ford the creek most of the year. Otherwise you should use the bridge - we don't recommend taking cars through the river. The bridge is narrow (83.5 inches) but does fit most cars, except for wide or low cars such as a Dodge Charger, a minivan with trailer hitch, or a vintage police cruiser. The Prius is debatable - many people have come up in Priuses and have not expressed any problems, but it is easy to scrape the bottom of low vehicles on the ramps. If you do not want to deal with the bridge please let us know ahead of time and we can plan to leave you a shuttle car. Otherwise, you can appreciate the exercise and hike up : ) Other Things to NoteDriving here: No, you do NOT need 4WD or any special vehicle to reach our cabins. We drive in and out regularly in our small Honda hatchback and have had hundreds of visitors drive up in their "regular" cars. Indeed the roads are quite bumpy, the driveway has some steep sections, and if you arrive during a huge storm in the rainy season there will be large puddles and mud. The bridge at the base of the driveway is quite narrow (83.5 inches) and you will cross it slowly and carefully; if you have a wide or long vehicle (large van, vintage police cruiser, Hyundai Sonata, fancy sports car) you will probably want to park at the bridge; depending on your schedule we may be able to provide a shuttle from the bridge. Otherwise, just hike up What to expect (not the Holiday Inn!): Our rustic, off-grid lifestyle includes regular exposure to dirt, dust, mud, rain, insects, dead things, animal poop, etc. The village is also always evolving in some way and there will most likely be some sort of building, construction, and/or garden project going on as we continue working towards Shangri La!
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3br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The Space**Please note that the last 1/4 mile of driveway to the lodge is very steep and only accessible by 4WD or All-wheel drive vehicles. You are also welcome to park in the lower village and walk the last section.** Also note that you are likely to encounter mosquitos, bees, other insects and possibly mice, the woodstove is only available during the rainy and cold season (due to fire ban in the national forest), and that the grounds are always under construction and in various stages of maintenance. Also, as mentioned below, the composting toilets are buckets with seats and flush with sawdust. Overall this is a beautiful and inspiring artistic undertaking but not a fancy hotel or even typical house - it is a hand-built cabin in the remote wilderness that is unlikely to provide all the comforts you are used to. This location is very beautiful and quite remote and is best suited for adventurous souls who are ready to brave the elements and have a bit of a pioneer-style living experience. Please be sure you've read through the full description and ask any necessary questions to make sure you know what you are getting into! We want our guests to be happy - please be sure you are up for something "different"! And it is NOT the Mariott. There are weeds, it is NOT manicured, not fancy at all. IF YOU DARE.... Come and spend some time "away from it all" on our remote wilderness homestead, surrounded by nearly a million acres of National Forest. Chrysanthemum Lodge offers many of the comforts of home including 2 queen and 2 king sized beds, full kitchen (minus oven & refrigerator), seasonal woodstove heat, pool table, library, and unmarred forest views in every direction. This is a unique hand-built structure that uses principles of permaculture design, including solar panels, gravity-fed mountain spring water, composting toilets, and passive heating and cooling. Surrounded by raised bed gardens and forested terrain in every direction, you and your guests can relax in tranquility at the top of our private mountain. Wander at will and come visit the Lower Village if you wish, home to several more cabins, dogs, chickens, an outdoor kitchen and extensive gardens. The Lodge has one bedroom on the first floor with a king-sized Tempurpedic bed. The second floor is an open layout with one queen and one king bed as well as seating areas and library. The third floor loft is accessible by steep stairs and has another queen mattress, access to the living roof, and beautiful forest views. We have two indoor/outdoor cats who sometimes make nocturnal appearances in the lodge; if you want to keep them out you can just block their cat door. Firewood is available in the lodge for $5/bundle; we ask that guests not bring wood from other locations due to environmental concerns. Our property encompasses 160 acres of pristine natural wilderness in Northern California's beautiful Six Rivers National Forest - home of the Smith River, the only wild river in the state. Lush fern-encrusted hillsides slope down to spring-fed streams, teeming with wildlife, from cute caterpillars to (also cute, sometimes!) black bears. Accessible only by forestry road from scenic CA-199, this is your chance to experience Mama Earth as she was meant to be. Getting here: •Remote location: We are at least 45 minutes from the nearest grocery store, and about 3.5 miles up a windy, sometimes bumpy, unpaved forestry road. It is preferable to arrive during daylight hours since you'll be driving up a dirt road through the woods, crossing a creek either by small bridge or fording, and arriving on a property with limited electricity and steep terrain. •River crossing: The entrance to our driveway includes crossing Little Jones Creek. There is a narrow bridge across the creek which accommodates most vehicles, except for wide or long ones such as a Hyundai Sonata, Dodge Charger, minivan with trailer hitch, or vintage police cruiser. If you have a truck or SUV you can generally ford the river in the dry season. T(See "Getting Around" for more details.) •Steep terrain: The last 1/3 mile of the driveway up to Chrysanthemum Lodge is very steep and best suited for 4WD or All-Wheel drive vehicles. Alternatively, you can park in the lower village and walk up, or if the truck is available we are happy to offer shuttle service. Amenities: •Lighting/Electricity: There are solar powered LED lights throughout the building, except for the 3rd floor bedroom. Flashlights and headlamps will be useful. There is limited electricity for charging small devices. •Kitchen: The lodge has a full kitchen with cold water sink, industrial gas stove, and big granite countertops. We do not have refrigeration but do have cooler space for storing food. We do have a wood-fired oven but it can get very smoky so we don’t generally recommend using it. •Bathroom: We do have a nice hot shower and lovely tiled bathroom, and we use composting toilets which means bucket with seat (although nicely installed ;). •(Lack of) Phone / Internet: Some Verizon and US Cellular service is available, but AT&T and T-Mobile do not service our area. We do not have wifi. •Animals: your pets are welcome; we currently have 3 friendly dogs who generally live with us in the Lower Village. There are wild animals in the area, including bears and mountain lions, though they do not come around our village thanks to our dogs. •Massage and chiropractic sessions are also available during your stay: Dan is a holistic chiropractor with 22 years experience fixing what ails you, and Jane is a massage therapist who blends Eastern and Western techniques to create custom bodywork to meet your body's needs. Chiropractic adjustments are $40, massage is $60/hr. If you are looking for a unique experience and up for rustic accommodations with a few off-grid perks, we welcome you to join us in our mountain paradise! Guest AccessThe Lodge has its own kitchen, bathroom, and everything that you will need to stay comfortably. It's all yours, and you can wander anywhere you want. You are welcome to come visit the lower village, gardens, creative buildings, animals, etc. We do use some of the dressers and drawers in the lodge for storage, so if you find things that don't seem relevant to your stay, please leave them be. Interaction with GuestsThe lodge is located about 1/4-1/3 mile past the rest of the village and is relatively self-contained. Although residents may come up during the day to work in the gardens or other projects in the lodge area, lodge guests are generally more independent. There are usually some residents available in the lower village area if you have questions, need anything, or want to check out the rest of the operation. Guests are welcome to wander and explore. We all have variable schedules and "real" jobs, so we may or may not be home or around during your stay or on your arrival. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is all made of trees and animals. How amazing is that? We love it here. It is very remote, peaceful, and magical. The closest neighbor is a Buddhist Hermitage about a mile up the forestry road. Also, supposedly Bigfoots live here! Our 160-acre property is surrounded by about a million acres of National Forest. Most visitors to the area are interested in spending time in the redwoods – we are about 30-45 minutes from the nearest entrance to Jedediah Smith Park, home of Stout Grove and other beautiful redwood hikes. Driving into Crescent City, about 45-60 minutes, winds you right through the "gentle giants" on your way to or from Redwood National Park. Getting AroundJANUARY 2016 Road Construction: Due to construction along the road, the last section of driveway is currently closed to all vehicles. Please plan on parking in the "cabin parking" area and walking the last bit of hill (which is sometimes muddy) up to the village. As noted earlier, the Lodge is further up than the rest of our village and always requires 4WD to go all the way up. In a regular car (or during January construction) you can drive to the lower village and walk. •Remote location, rough roads: We are about 45 minutes from the nearest grocery store, and about 3.5 miles up an unpaved forestry road. It is preferable to arrive during daylight hours since you'll be driving up a dirt road through the woods, crossing a creek either by small bridge or fording, and arriving on a property with limited electricity and steep terrain. The roads are unlit, bumpy, windy, and sometimes steep. Please bring a flashlight if you need to arrive after dark. We occasionally get a bit of snow in winter; please check the forecast and plan accordingly if you need to bring chains or snow tires. You do NOT need 4WD to access the village; we drive our Honda Fit up and down regularly and we have had hundreds of visitors come in "regular cars". Some have described the road in as "harrowing", others have named it "no problem". It depends what you are used to. If you arrive during a rainstorm, the roads will be muddy and have large puddles. •River crossing: If you have an appropriate 4WD truck or SUV you can ford the creek most of the year. Otherwise you should use the bridge - we don't recommend taking cars through the river. The bridge is extremely narrow (83.5 inches) but does fit most cars, except for wide or low cars such as a Dodge Charger, a minivan with trailer hitch, or a vintage police cruiser. The Prius is debatable - many people have come up in Priuses and have not expressed any problems, but it is easy to scrape the bottom of low vehicles on the ramps. If you do not want to deal with the bridge please let us know ahead of time and we can plan to leave you a shuttle car. Other Things to NoteWhat to expect (not the Holiday Inn!): Our rustic, off-grid lifestyle includes regular exposure to dirt, dust, mud, rain, insects, dead things, animal poop, etc. The village is also always evolving in some way and there will most likely be some sort of building, construction, and/or garden project going on as we continue working towards Shangri La! Pets: We are no longer allowing pets in the lower village area after having issues with our dogs being aggressive towards visiting animals. We are still allowing pets in the Lodge because it is far enough away that the animals don't usually meet. If this is a concern for you please leave your pets at home or keep them inside.
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3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThe beautiful natural landscape that surrounds this home makes it unique. The nearby Smith River is one of the cleanest in the world and the last undammed river in California. Pristine natural habitat abounds here. Guests have access to a private forest trail leading to a creek, a spring fed pond and views of local Gasquet mountain. There is wifi, cable, a washer dryer and full kitchen. Rv parking with water and electricity hook up. Walking distance to the river. If you are bringing a pet there is a pet addendum that must be filled out and a $20.00 pet fee. Please let us know if you are bringing a pet. Guest Accessmaps, driving directions, private grounds, washer dryer, rv parking with some hookups, picnic table, lawn chairs, deck, bbq Interaction with Guestson the phone or by email The Neighborhoodhow clean the air is, the privacy, and the nature Getting Aroundno public transit Other Things to Notenew linens, WiFi, dogs are okay with prior approval and a 20$ per pet fee. Please let us know if you are traveling with a pet. Other pets may be considered.
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10 reviews
1br cabin
    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    2br cabin
      Get away and relax at our clean, comfortable Cabin in the woods. Inside is a smoke free environment and pets are considered. The Cabin will accommodate up to six people. The living room offers a queen size sleeper sofa, with a comfortable conform foam mattress. It also has a 46" flat screen TV with a DVD/VHS player and Dish TV with Sirius radio. The master bedroom has a king size bed, a 39" flat screen TV, Dish TV with Sirius radio and a DVD/VHS player. There is a twin over queen bunk-bed in the second bedroom (top bed has a 150 pound weight limit). The kitchen is fully stocked (no dishwasher) to accommodate up to six people. For the first morning enjoy complimentary gourmet coffee or tea by the wood stove or the pond. Have a BBQ or just relax on the large wrap around deck, surrounded by large Douglas Fir, Cedar, Madrone, wild Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Iris. The grounds are in an all-natural setting on 他 of an acre, with easy access, just off Hwy 199 in Gasquet. The property is completely fenced for your privacy. The Cabin is in a remote area so cell phone reception is variable depending on your service provider and phone. There is a land-line available. Dogs considered, please tell me how many, how old and how large/small. No cats please. There are many times when it's foggy at the coast but it's sunny at The Cabin! It's just a 10 minute walk or 2 minute drive to the pristine Smith River. It's the largest free-flowing (no dams) river in the state, producing the largest Steelhead and Chinook salmon. From The Cabin it's just 11 miles on scenic Hwy 199 to Redwood National Park and Jedidiah Smith Redwood State Park. Some of the tallest trees in the world reside here and there are many trails to explore. Drive or bike through Redwood National Park on unpaved Howland Hill Rd. There are massive Redwood trees! Like the ocean? We're only 22 miles away as you drive through the Redwoods and Crescent City. In Crescent City there is Battery Point Lighthouse. In fact, there are many lighthouses along the coast. There is a great view from these lighthouses to do some whale watching. Gray whales migrate from December through May. You may also see Orcas and Humpback whales. Northern California and Oregon have some of the most beautiful coastlines. Yet, on those foggy coastal days, Gasquet is usually in the sunshine. Great Fishing -- Along with Steelhead and Chinook, the Smith also has runs of Silver salmon, Coho and sea-run cutthroat trout. The Chinook runs start in late August, going through late December, with its peak in November. Steelhead starts their runs in early December and goes through March, with their peak in January. The Smith River flows through some of the most beautiful scenery in California. From Six Rivers National Forest through Jedediah State Park, people say that it's hard to decide which is better, the scenery or the fishing.
      house
      2br house
      • Pets Allowed
      This is a private vacation home on one acre of land and 150ft of private river frontage. Our home is 16 miles from Crescent City in the small, pop 400, town of Gasquet. During the summer we are known as Sunny Gasquet as we rarely get any of the cool coastal fog. Although our property is privately owned we are located in the middle of the Smith River National Recreation Area, there are no houses across the river from us. Only 8 miles to the west is Redwood National and State Parks where some of the tallest trees reside. Twenty miles west is the Pacific Ocean and the southern entrance to the Oregon Coast. Fifty miles north east are the Oregon Caves National Monument. Beds: 3 Double Beds, 1 Twin Bed Lodging tax: 8% Deposits: 50% in advance Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa Other Fees: One time cleaning fee of $75. This is a private vacation home on one acre of land and 150ft of private river frontage. Our home is 16 miles from Crescent City in the small, pop 400, town of Gasquet. During the summer we are known as Sunny Gasquet as we rarely get any of the cool coastal fog. Although our property is privately owned we are located in the middle of the Smith River National Recreation Area, there are no houses across the river from us. Only 8 miles to the west is Redwood National and State Parks where some of the tallest trees reside. Twenty miles west is the Pacific Ocean and the southern entrance to the Oregon Coast. Fifty miles north east are the Oregon Caves National Monument. Beds: 3 Double Beds, 1 Twin Bed
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      15 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceOur listing is for a 4 room cabin (700 sq ft) that is on a 3 acre parcel deep in the Klamath Mountains of Northwest California. The cabin features a bright kitchen that is stocked with utensils and cooking ware, a large central living/dining room with 2 single beds, a bathroom with claw-foot tub, and a bedroom with a double brass bed. There is a backyard and patio for games and bar-b-queuing. The setting offers good privacy, but we are about 150 feet through the woods from your cabin if any needs arise. We live 12 miles from the grid, so we generate our own power with a micro-hydro system. Hopefully, we can add solar in the future. There is no cell phone service or land-line telephone. Guests are welcome to use our telephone for personal calls. We also have high-speed internet at our home that is WiFi accessible. This is a remote location that offers privacy and peace and quiet. The backyard is a good site to pitch a tent if so desired. Guest AccessThe cabin is on Ti Bar Road , F.S. Road 13N11, a spur to CA Hwy 96, also known as the Klamath River Highway. The cabin is 2.2 miles up Ti Bar Road from its junction with Hwy 96. Ti Bar Road is approximately 10 miles upriver (north) of the Salmon RIver Outpost (our great Ma and Pa local store) in Somes Bar. There is good access to spectacular creeks and rivers for swimming, boating and fishing. The Marble Mountain Wilderness is accessible 10 miles further up Ti Bar Road. We are surrounded by public lands of the Klamath National Forest. Nearby gravel roads offer good mountain bike opportunities. The Klamath River offers rafting year-around and the nearby Salmon River is good for kayaking and rafting in the Spring. Contact Klamath River Outfitters for boating adventures (URL HIDDEN) Redwood National Park is a scenic 2 hour drive away and many guests go there for the day. There is a Forest Service Lookout tower about 5 miles up the road from the cabin. It is open during fire season (summer). There are assorted board games in the closet. Interaction with GuestsWe value your privacy and honor that foremost. However, living in the boondocks like we do, we also like to meet new people and share stories. Nena and Max have lived here since 1979 and know the area well. Max worked many years as a Wilderness Ranger and as later as a Forest Ecologist for the four National Forests of northwestern California. Our two overly friendly dogs and mule may come to greet you ... let us know if they are a nuisance and we will rein them in. We like free spirits and they often behave accordingly. The NeighborhoodSomes Bar is a tight knit community that, sometimes out of love and other times out of necessity, support each other. This area is Karuk Ancestral Territory and we wish to respect and honor their traditions and cultural uses of the landscape. The Ti Bar Road neighborhood consists of five families on hillside homesteads and several Karuk families along the Klamath River. Many work for the Karuk Dept. of Natural Resources, the Mid-Klamath Watershed Council, the U.S. Forest Service, public schools or CalTrans. We are all friendly, but mountain people none the less (i.e. often suspicious by nature). The local watershed council and arts council sponsor monthly community dinners and occasional dances. Some would say that you have not lived until you went to a dance at the Forks of Salmon Community Hall - bring a sleeping bag and sleep on the school playground - you do not want to drive the Salmon River Road after a night of dance and celebration. Getting AroundSiskiyou County STAGE offers bus service (with bike racks) from Yreka on I-5 to the town of Orleans on Hwy. 96. There is another regional bus service (Redwood Transit System) available from the coast (Eureka/Arcata) to the Hoopa / Weitchpec area. Both of these transit services have web sites with schedules. Our cabin site has plenty of free parking. The nearest airports are the Arcata/Eureka airport in McKinleyville (ACV) (2 hours away) and the Medford airport (MFR) located 2.5 hours away in Medford, OR. Other Things to NoteNena makes artisan chocolate bars and truffles for sale online and in local stores (see Nena's Chocolates on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)). She also paints and does metal work when time allows. I haven't got her to repair broken trucks yet, but I am working on it.
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      1br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      The SpaceIf you are looking for a unique experience in a beautiful natural area and would like to experience life in an off-grid, sustainable, permaculture-focused ecovillage - and all the rough roads, dirt, mud, insects, messes, barking dogs, mosquitos, bees, mice, early morning roosters, communal living, composting toilets, stained linens, ongoing construction projects, and various unpredictable joys and challenges of Doing It Yourself in the remote wilderness - then we invite you join us in our mountain village! The brand new treehouse is a beautifully hand-built little cabin perched high in two trees (18 feet off the ground!) with a double-sized futon as well as a single-sized loft inside, and a few chairs for enjoying the view from the deck. The structure is rustic - no electricity or plumbing or heat - though we provide plenty of blankets and a solar lantern. Winter nights can fall below freezing and snow is possible, so please be prepared for cold if you come in winter! The treehouse has a double-sized futon which normally sleeps two, as well as a between-single-and-double sized mattress in the loft. If it is raining, the futon must be kept as a couch rather than pulled out, so can only sleep one. Our property encompasses 160 acres of pristine natural wilderness in Northern California's beautiful Smith River area - home of the only un-dammed river in the state. Lush fern-encrusted hillsides slope down to countless spring-fed streams, teeming with wildlife, from cute caterpillars to (also cute, sometimes!) black bears. Accessible only by forestry road from scenic CA-199, this is your chance to experience Mama Earth as she was meant to be. This location is very beautiful and quite remote, so please be sure you've read through the full description and are prepared for certain elements of "roughing it" and adventure travel. The Village is also a work-in-progress so we are likely to be working and there may be construction, dirt, and messes around! Amenities: •Lighting / Electricity: Your cabin does not have electricity; we try to keep a flashlight, lantern, and/or candle available for your use. •Kitchen: The outdoor kitchen has a small propane camping stove, and plenty of pots, pans, and utensils for your use. We do not have refrigeration but do have coolers for storing food. •Bathrooms: We use composting toilets (buckets with seats); there is an indoor toilet in the bathhouse. Hot shower in the sauna/bathhouse. •(Lack of) Phone / Internet: Some Verizon and US Cellular service is available, but AT&T and T-Mobile do not service our area. We do not have wifi. The Great Outdoors: •Domestic animals: Between the three dogs who run around at night chasing forest creatures, springtime frog concerts, and the early-rising chickens, it is likely that there will be some animal noises occurring at unpredictable moments during the night and day. •Wild animals: There are various of these that live in the forest, including skunks, chipmunks, foxes, black bears, and many birds and insects. Since we have dogs and people around, the wild animals tend to keep their distance from the areas that we use. If you are lucky, you might spot a black bear on a hike; they are basically like big raccoons and prefer to run away from humans. If you are looking for a unique experience and up for rustic accommodations with a few off-grid perks, we welcome you to join us in our mountain paradise! Guest AccessBesides your own cabin, you'll have access to the shared outdoor kitchen, bath-house, as well as gardens and lots of forest! There is a steep loop trail through our property, a short, flat-ish trail cleared along the ridge, a swimming hole near the bridge, and plenty of forestry roads to stroll and woods to explore. Your cabin is in the lower village area, featuring an outdoor kitchen, large organic garden and edible landscaping, chicken and goat pens, and two additional cabins. Other animal residents include dogs, cats, chickens, fish and frogs. From your cabin, you are welcome to wander at will amongst our 160 acres of mostly steep, forested land, and enjoy the streams and waterfalls leading into Little Jones Creek. A stroll down the" driveway" and back along the forestry road is a beautiful hike in itself, where you could easily spend all day in the company of only quiet woodland creatures. We also offer custom bodywork sessions - holistic chiropractic and massage - more info available on request. Interaction with GuestsWith a rotating and seasonally changing cast of residents and guests, your experience might range from a quiet day alone in the village to a parade of WWOOFers and other AirBnBers socializing in the common areas. We all have variable schedules and "real" jobs, so we may or may not be home or around during your stay or on your arrival. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is all made of trees and animals. How amazing is that? We love it here. It is very remote, peaceful, and magical. The closest neighbor is a Buddhist Hermitage about a mile up the forestry road. Also, supposedly Bigfoots live here! Our 160-acre property is surrounded by about a million acres of National Forest. Most visitors to the area are interested in spending time in the redwoods – we are about 30-45 minutes from the nearest entrance to Jedediah Smith Park, home of Stout Grove and other beautiful redwood hikes. Driving into Crescent City, about 45-60 minutes, winds you right through the "gentle giants" on your way to or from Redwood National Park. Getting AroundJANUARY 2016 Road Construction: Due to construction along the road, the last section of driveway is currently closed to all vehicles. Please plan on parking in the "cabin parking" area and walking the last bit of hill (which is sometimes muddy) up to the village. •Remote location, rough roads: We are about 45 minutes from the nearest grocery store, and about 3.5 miles up an unpaved forestry road. It is preferable to arrive during daylight hours since you'll be driving up a dirt road through the woods, crossing a creek either by small bridge or fording, and arriving on a property with limited electricity and steep terrain. The roads are unlit, bumpy, windy, and sometimes steep. Please bring a flashlight if you need to arrive after dark. We occasionally get a bit of snow in winter; please check the forecast and plan accordingly if you need to bring chains or snow tires. You do NOT need 4WD to access the village; we drive our Honda Fit up and down regularly and we have had hundreds of visitors come in "regular cars". Some have described the road in as "harrowing", others have named it "no problem". It depends what you are used to. If you arrive during a rainstorm, the roads will be muddy and have large puddles. •River crossing: If you have an appropriate 4WD truck or SUV you can ford the creek most of the year. Otherwise you should use the bridge - we don't recommend taking cars through the river. The bridge is extremely narrow (83.5 inches) but does fit most cars, except for wide or low cars such as a Dodge Charger, a minivan with trailer hitch, or a vintage police cruiser. The Prius is debatable - many people have come up in Priuses and have not expressed any problems, but it is easy to scrape the bottom of low vehicles on the ramps. If you do not want to deal with the bridge please let us know ahead of time and we can plan to leave you a shuttle car. Other Things to NoteThe treehouse overlooks the village and is positioned at the top of the driveway, so may be affected by vehicle noise. Driving here: No, you do NOT need 4WD or any special vehicle to reach our cabins. We drive in and out regularly in our small Honda hatchback and have had hundreds of visitors drive up in their "regular" cars. Indeed the roads are quite bumpy, the driveway has some steep sections, and if you arrive during a huge storm in the rainy season there will be large puddles and mud. The bridge at the base of the driveway is quite narrow (83.5 inches) and you will cross it slowly and carefully; if you have a wide or long vehicle (large van, vintage police cruiser, Hyundai Sonata, fancy sports car) you will probably want to park at the bridge; depending on your schedule we may be able to provide a shuttle from the bridge. What to expect (not the Holiday Inn!): Our rustic, off-grid lifestyle includes regular exposure to dirt, dust, mud, rain, insects, dead things, animal poop, etc. The village is also always evolving in some way and there will most likely be some sort of building, construction, and/or garden project going on as we continue working towards Shangri La!
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      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceBeautiful home on a 1 acre parcel in the middle of the forest, huge pine, oak and maple trees on the property, many fruit trees and berry bushes. Sleeps 7 with 2 queens, day bed and trundle, couch. Guest AccessThis is my vacation home, you will have full access as normally I block out my vacation dates. Interaction with GuestsI am fully available via phone, text and email. The NeighborhoodThe town of Gasquet is quiet, everything shuts down around 7pm. There is a Market and Post Office 1/4 mile away. She She's is a 50's style diner across the street. Getting AroundAmple parking right in front of the home. Other Things to NotePlease no smoking and no pets.
      Cabin
      2br Cabin
      • Pets Allowed
      Get away and relax at our clean, comfortable Cabin in the woods. Inside is a smoke free environment and pets are considered. The Cabin will accommodate up to six people. The living room offers a queen size sleeper sofa, with a comfortable conform foam mattress. It also has a 46" flat screen TV with a DVD/VHS player and Dish TV with Sirius radio. The master bedroom has a king size bed, a 39" flat screen TV, Dish TV with Sirius radio and a DVD/VHS player. There is a twin over queen bunk-bed in the second bedroom (top bed has a 150 pound weight limit). The kitchen is fully stocked (no dishwasher) to accommodate up to six people. For the first morning enjoy complimentary gourmet coffee or tea by the wood stove or the pond. Have a BBQ or just relax on the large wrap around deck, surrounded by large Douglas Fir, Cedar, Madrone, wild Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Iris. The grounds are in an all-natural setting on ¾ of an acre, with easy access, just off Hwy 199 in Gasquet. The property is completely fenced for your privacy. The Cabin is in a remote area so cell phone reception is variable depending on your service provider and phone. There is a land-line available. Dogs considered, please tell me how many, how old and how large/small. No cats please. There are many times when it's foggy at the coast but it's sunny at The Cabin! It's just a 10 minute walk or 2 minute drive to the pristine Smith River. It's the largest free-flowing (no dams) river in the state, producing the largest Steelhead and Chinook salmon. From The Cabin it's just 11 miles on scenic Hwy 199 to Redwood National Park and Jedidiah Smith Redwood State Park. Some of the tallest trees in the world reside here and there are many trails to explore. Drive or bike through Redwood National Park on unpaved Howland Hill Rd. There are massive Redwood trees! Like the ocean? We're only 22 miles away as you drive through the Redwoods and Crescent City. In Crescent City there is Battery Point Lighthouse. In fact, there are many lighthouses along the coast. There is a great view from these lighthouses to do some whale watching. Gray whales migrate from December through May. You may also see Orcas and Humpback whales. Northern California and Oregon have some of the most beautiful coastlines. Yet, on those foggy coastal days, Gasquet is usually in the sunshine. Great Fishing -- Along with Steelhead and Chinook, the Smith also has runs of Silver salmon, Coho and sea-run cutthroat trout. The Chinook runs start in late August, going through late December, with its peak in November. Steelhead starts their runs in early December and goes through March, with their peak in January. The Smith River flows through some of the most beautiful scenery in California. From Six Rivers National Forest through Jedediah State Park, people say that it's hard to decide which is better, the scenery or the fishing.
      Other
      Good
      10 reviews
      Other
      • Pets Allowed
      Come explore Middlefork Ranch on the Smith River in Northern California. Enjoy the pristine beauty of the Smith River, whether it be kayaking in the Spring, swimming or snorkeling in the Summer, nature walks in the Fall, or fishing for steelhead and salmon in the Winter. Stroll through the majestic redwoods. Dive into one of the swimming holes on the river. Two golf courses and the spectacular Northern California coastline are just 20 minutes away
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Pets Allowed
      This is a private vacation home on one acre of land and 150ft of private river frontage. Our home is 16 miles from Crescent City in the small, pop 400, town of Gasquet. During the summer we are known as Sunny Gasquet as we rarely get any of the cool coastal fog. Although our property is privately owned we are located in the middle of the Smith River National Recreation Area, there are no houses across the river from us. Only 8 miles to the west is Redwood National and State Parks where some of the tallest trees reside. Twenty miles west is the Pacific Ocean and the southern entrance to the Oregon Coast. Fifty miles north east are the Oregon Caves National Monument. Beds: 3 Double Beds, 1 Twin Bed
      Home/Apartment
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      Glamping
      1br Glamping
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      This luxury yurt can accommodate six guests and features one bedroom and one bathroom. There is a queen-size bed with a Tempurpedic mattress in the bedroom, a full-size bed in the loft, and a leather sofa bed in the living room. With plenty of space and comfort, no family member or friend will want to miss out on this adventure. In the bathroom, there is a shower, a toilet, a sink, and a washer and dryer. Linens and towels are provided, as well as soft robes and handcrafted soap. Laundry detergent is also provided. The living room has three cozy sofas (including the aforementioned leather sofa bed), two coffee tables, a television with satellite TV, a DVD player, and a VCR player.In the fully equipped kitchen, guests will find a microwave, a convection oven, a refrigerator, an ice maker, a coffeemaker, coffee beans, a toaster, a double sink, dish soap, and all necessary cookware and tableware. There is a dining room table nearby, too.Outside, there is a deck that overlooks the Smith River, a gazebo with misters to cool guests off in the summer heat, a private hot tub, and a gas barbecue. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, air conditioning, a mobile phone, and off-street parking, including parking for RVs, boats, and/or trailers. Glampers should take advantage of the beautiful fresh flowers and organic eggs that are provided for guests when in-season.
      Glamping
      1br Glamping
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      This pristine glamping site is a spacious 1 bedroom, 2 bath cabin. Glampers will be comfy in the select Comfort Queen size bed, with 2 queen hide-a-beds in the living room also available. The main bathroom has an old-fashioned claw foot tub for guests to enjoy and there is a private hot tub outside that is sure to bring hours of relaxation. In the second bathroom, there is a shower. The cabin has everything glampers need to make their stay enjoyable, including a dishwasher, microwave, gas barbecue, satellite TV, VCR, WiFi, a washer and dryer, robes, handcrafted soap, phone, towels and linens. The cabin is stocked with coffee, toiletries, kitchen and laundry soap. On the deck guests can enjoy an unforgettable view of the river and a large garden. There is also an Efel stove in the cabin that provides the look and the feel of real wood heat without the hassle. Fresh flowers and organic eggs are provided to guests in season.
      Cabin
      1br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Our cabin is located 17 miles from Crescent City off of Highway 199 in a quiet secluded country setting. You can either walk or drive in to the property. We are surrounded by the Smith River National Recreation Area. Our cabin overlooks the river, an organic garden, and large lawns. The Smith River is one of the largest undamed wild and scenic watersheds in the United States. Unparalleled in beauty and tranquility. Solitude and pristine, natural settings can be found throughout the area. Over 65 miles of trails give access to the botanical areas, forested ridges, craggy peaks, grassy meadows, scenic rivers, and mountain lakes. The spectacular Northern California coastline is only 20 minutes away. Keywords: Guest cabin with all of the comforts of home
      Cabin
      Excellent
      18 reviews
      1br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Come relax in the secluded, pristine beauty of the Smith River. Deck and Hot tub over look the river. Peace and Quiet. We are located approximately 17 miles from Crescent City. Keywords: Cabin
      Cottage
      3br Cottage
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Twenty minutes from the beauty of the Coast, minutes from the pristine river, this home is an adventure seekers paradise. Welcome to the Six Rivers National Recreation Area! 3 bedroom home. 2 full bathrooms. Master bedroom: 1 queen with a view of Gasquet mountain and the spring fed pond. The master bedroom has a Tv with cable, and a private master bathroom. The second bedroom also features a pond and mountain view, and has 1 queen bed. The third bedroom has another queen bed as well as an inflatable air mattress in the closet that can be put in the living room or on the floor in the third room. The third bedroom has cable Tv and a forest view. The new living-room set features a long couch (not a foldout) and one comfy arm chair with an ottoman. An upright piano in the living room for the musician in your family or just for fun! A fireplace for those rainy North coast winter nights. New mattresses, towels and bedding. Full kitchen with utensils and some pantry items like spices and olive oil. Plenty of natural light with skylights throughout the house. Washer and dryer in laundry room. New gas barbecue. One covered deck. One full sun deck with views. Relax in the grassy lawn and enjoy an enclosed area for pets. RV parking with electric and water hookup. A short walk behind the house leads up to a year round creek and miles and miles of forest. There is public access to the Smith River within walking distance from the home; within driving distance there are some really amazing public access swimming holes. Mushroom hunters will be pleased with the natural flora abounding in the forest behind the house. Included in this vacation rental is a detailed write up of nearby river attractions, hiking trails, places to launch a boat, picnic areas, etc. A beautiful view of Gasquet Mountain from the front yard and a freshwater pond complete with hidden springs make this home an ideal retreat to get away from it all.
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      No matter what the season, Gasquet is always beautiful! July is almost completely booked, but still lots of open dates in August, September and October. WHY STAY IN A SMALL HOTEL ROOM when you can have all the comforts of home in a beautiful surrounding. This is a private vacation house on the Smith River and completely furnished with all modern conveniences. Very private on one acre of land. All landscaped by nature with many pine, cedar, fir and madrone trees. Our vacation home is located within the Smith River National Recreation Area along the banks of this pristine river. Only eight miles to the west is Redwood National and State Parks where some of the tallest redwood trees in the world reside. Twenty miles west is the Pacific Ocean and the southern entrance to the Oregon coast. Fifty miles east are the Oregon Caves National Monument. We have 150 feet of riverfront property where you can, swim, snorkel, kayak, canoe, raft, fish, or just relax and enjoy the scenery. If you are into winter steelhead fishing this is the place to be, December thru March. You can catch them in our own back yard and clean/process you fish on our deck cleaning station/sink. We have filet knives, and an extra freezer. If you are in the area come by and check us out. We are right on the waters edge at 600 Gasquet Flat Rd, Gasquet, Ca. Look for the 'BMH LODGE' sign on the pine tree in front yard. Keywords: 1400 Square Foot Home
      Cabin
      2br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      Get away and relax at our clean, comfortable Cabin in the woods. Inside is a smoke free environment and pets are considered. The Cabin will accommodate up to six people. The living room offers a queen size sleeper sofa. It also has a 46" flat screen TV with a DVD/VHS player and Dish TV with Sirius radio. The master bedroom has a king size bed, a 39" flat screen TV, Dish TV with Sirius radio and a DVD/VHS player. There is a twin over queen bunk bed in the second bedroom (top bed has a 150 pound weight limit). The kitchen is fully stocked (no dishwasher) to accommodate up to six people. For the first morning enjoy complimentary gourmet coffee or tea by the wood stove or the pond. Have a BBQ or just relax on the large wrap around deck, surrounded by large Douglas Fir, Cedar, Madrone, wild Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Iris. The grounds are in an all-natural setting on ¾ of an acre, with easy access, just off Hwy 199 in Gasquet. The property is completely fenced for your privacy. The Cabin is in a remote area so cell phone reception is variable depending on your service provider and phone. There is a land-line available. There are many times when it's foggy at the coast but it's sunny at The Cabin! It's just a 10 minute walk or 2 minute drive to the pristine Smith River. It’s the largest free-flowing (no dams) river in the state, producing the largest Steelhead and Chinook salmon. Dogs considered, please tell me how many, how old and how large/small. No cats please. From The Cabin it’s just 11 miles on scenic Hwy 199 to Redwood National Park and Jedidiah Smith Redwood State Park. Some of the tallest trees in the world reside here and there are many trails to explore. Drive or bike through Redwood National Park on unpaved Howland Hill Rd. There are massive Redwood trees! Like the ocean? We’re only 22 miles away as you drive through the Redwoods and Crescent City. In Crescent City there is Battery Point Lighthouse. In fact, there are many lighthouses along the coast. There is a great view from these lighthouses to do some whale watching. Gray whales migrate from December through May. You may also see Orcas and Humpback whales. Northern California and Oregon have some of the most beautiful coastlines. Yet, on those foggy coastal days, Gasquet is usually in the sunshine. Great Fishing -- Along with Steelhead and Chinook, the Smith also has runs of Silver salmon, Coho and sea-run cutthroat trout. The Chinook runs start in late August, going through late December, with its peak in November. Steelhead starts their runs in early December and goes through March, with their peak in January. The Smith River flows through some of the most beautiful scenery in California. From Six Rivers National Forest through Jedediah State Park, people say that it’s hard to decide which is better, the scenery or the fishing. For the cancellation policy, security deposit and rental agreement information please check "Notes" below the "Rates" section. Keywords: cabin, in the woods,
      Cabin
      1br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Wifi
      Our cabin is located 17 miles from Crescent City off of Highway 199 in a quiet secluded country setting, We are surrounded by the Smith River National Recreation Area. Our cabin overlooks the river, an organic garden, and large lawns. The Smith River is one of the largest undamed wild and scenic watersheds in the United States. Unparalleled in beauty and tranquility. Solitude and pristine, natural settings can be found throughout the area. Over 65 miles of trails give access to the botanical areas, forested ridges, craggy peaks, grassy meadows, scenic rivers, and mountain lakes. The spectacular Northern California coastline is only 20 minutes away.
      Cabin
      1br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      We are surrounded by the Smith River National Recreation Area. Our Yurt overlooks the river. The Smith River is one of the largest un-damed wild and scenic watersheds in the United States. Unparalleled in beauty and tranquillity. Solitude and pristine, natural settings can be found throughout the area. Over 65 miles of trails give access to the botanical areas, forested ridges, craggy peaks, grassy meadows, scenic rivers, and mountain lakes. Come and relax with us in the Yurt. Handcrafted log loft & Queen size Select Comfort bed, Leather Hide-a-bed, and a full size bed in the loft. Soft robes for lounging and handmade soap for your bathing enjoyment. Keywords: Yurt/Cabin
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      This private riverfront home offers bohemian luxury and 1960's style with an awesome riverfront locaiton. The River House was built in 1948 and offers three bedrooms, two newly remodeled baths with all modern amenities. The house has been meticulously maintained. The style of the home Mid-Century meets 1960’s chic. This is pristine riverside living at its best. The sights and sounds beautiful Smith River are at your doorstep. There are many hiking trails close by on the middle and north forks of the river as well as the virgin Redwood forests of Jedidiah Smith State Park after whom both the park and river were named. The River House is a great place to unwind. It is a retreat from the rigors of everyday life and a rare opportunity to take stock of nature’s pristine abundance. The house is available for your enjoyment year around. Whether you enjoy hiking, fishing, rafting or simply relaxing to the sound of one of American’s most beautiful rivers. You will find peace here. Whether you are a nature lover, artist or a big city dweller in need of break, you will find inspiration at your River House on the Smith.
      Cabin
      3br Cabin
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      This home has many amenities, including outside sitting areas, barbeque, a deck overlooking the river, lovely cabin set ups in bedrooms, kitchen and living areas. Each bedroom has a queen bed with new mattresses, huge fireplace in great room with plenty of wood, air conditioning and several tvs with cable and wifi. A spa tub is in the master upstairs bathroom and a skylight in the bedroom. A washer and dryer are off of the kitchen. Everything you could want or need is there.
      Home/Apartment
      4br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      • Wifi
      Welcome to your home away from home in Hiouchi, on the majestic Smith River! Just 15 minutes from downtown Crescent City, get away from it all and enjoy the privacy and luxury of this wonderful peaceful setting. Private Smith River frontage for swimming, skipping and collecting rocks, bird watching, etc. The abundance of natural beauty abounds. Whether you are looking for a sportsmen's paradise enjoying your own private beach on one of the best shore fishing holes on the Smith River or you are looking to just get away and enjoy privacy and relaxation, this place has it all! Beautifully appointed single level home with fantastic views of the Smith River from the moment you walk through the front door. Minutes away from Old Growth Redwoods in Jedediah Smith State Park. Like the Ocean? You are 15 minutes away from the The Rugged Pacific Ocean, where you can watch the waves crash against rocky outcrops or surf the sandy beaches. This is one vacation you will not forget. You can choose to enjoy all of the amazing outdoor activities this house and area provide or just relax with a cup of coffee on your private deck and read a good book as you listen to the sound of the Smith River. Keywords: House
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Fully furnished 3 bdrm Mobile Home , incl. all utensils, 50" TV & internet, easy access off hwy 199, very private location, ample parking, short walk to the gorgeous Smith river fork where some of the best Salmon and Steelehead fishing is located. Beautiful home on a 1 acre parcel in the middle of the forest, huge pine, oak and maple trees on the property, many fruit trees and berry bushes. Sleeps 7 with 2 queens, day bed and trundle, couch.
      Cottage
      1br Cottage
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceThe cottage has all the basics for simple cooking (pots/pans, dishes, silverwares, etc) but access to spices, oils, baking supplies, is a work in progress. I'm working on developing a "standard" list of supplies to be found here, but if you need nutmeg for you rum-cake, you're on your own for now ;) Guest AccessYou'll have access to the entire property, but please don't try to enter the main house. Laundry services are not currently available, but I'm working towards setting up a washer and clothes-line for during the summer at least. The key to the house is located in a lock-box, and there isn't a "guest-set" inside the house, so be mindful when entering/exiting. Interaction with GuestsI live in Oregon, so you'll have to be patient if an issue arises. I have a Family Friend available for emergencies. The NeighborhoodGasquet is a very small town, so you won't be bothered by traffic or most noise pollution. Occasionally the airstrip gets lively if there are flight lessons, but thats always during mid-day. Gasquet Flat Rd is a very nice 1-mile walk to the store, which has pretty much all the basics and occasionally more, with friendly neighbors and lots of cute houses to admire on the way. Everyone drives slow on the "Flat Road", so walking with dogs/kids is never a problem. Other Things to NoteHeating in the house consists of a wall heater to get it "fired up" and theres a free-standing radiator heater to keep it warm. Best practice is to set the wall heater to 6-7 and turn the radiator to high while the cottage is heating up, then turn off the wall heater and turn the radiator down to medium. There's also a ceramic heater in the bedroom for extra chilly nights and an electric blanket for the queen-size. I've recently had high-efficiency windows installed which helps a ton. There's a small selection of dvds under the TV, and if you're savvy you can web-browse to netflix and access your own account (don't forget to log out before leaving!). There's also a few board games and the like in the dining area cabinet. If you bring a game with you and would like to re-home it hear, the more the merrier!