The SpaceThis rustic one-room cabin, 16x16, is located on a remote forty-acre wildlife sanctuary on a forested mountaintop in pine, cedar and fir, and is surrounded by the Shasta/Trinity National Forest. There's a two-basin sink in the kitchen area with cold running water and a propane three-burner stove with oven. Also, cooking ware, tableware, flatware, fridge with freezer, wood stove for heat, double bed, pillows, sheets and towels, a table, chairs, and mountain view, flowers in window boxes, electricity, propane, firewood and garbage removal provided, a secluded area nearby for exclusive use by Heart Cabin guests. Dirt roads, privy and outdoor baths make for simplicity of living. Bathing area is located on the rim of the canyon looking beyond the far ridge to the Chanchellula Wilderness. Water is pumped and heated by solar energy. Shower and twin bathtubs are side by side. Unfortunately only Verizon cell phone service is available, not AT+T. Wi-Fi can be accessed via your mobile hotspot. Occasional dinners can be ordered, served by our accomplished chef with our own organic produce in season. Off the property there are abandoned logging roads for biking and hiking, rivers for swimming. It’s a forty minute drive to the town of Hayfork for supermarkets, clinic, restaurants, bars, coffee shop, health food store, Farmer’s market on Fridays.
15 day stay or any part thereof is $524 before fees; 30 day stay or any part thereof is $824 before fees.
In their reviews earlier guests have remarked about shortages of power at the cabins and hot water at the bathing area. We have remedied these problems and power is now available around the clock at the cabins and hot water is in plentiful supply in the bathing area in the afternoons.
Please take a look at our two further listings, Shasta Cabin and Sky Lodge for alternative accommodations.
We look forward to hosting you for a peaceful stay in nature. Interaction with GuestsWe're available for help throughout your stay and enjoy socializing with you but only if you wish. Some guests prefer to remain in silence and communicate their needs through written notes left in an agreed-upon location.