The SpaceThis facility is 2,600 sq. ft. & has 4 bedrooms available for guests.
* We have Family Room, King Room, Economy Room, & Standard Room. This listing is for the Family Room that can accommodate up to 5 people. It has a Queen bed & Full size bed and a couch that can turn into extra bed. It is nice, spacious, has it's private bath/ shower and private entrance door leading to the parking area in the front yard. It is also facing the hillside looking at a terrace of garden of evergreens and some seasonal flowers. It has a mini fridge, tv, ceiling fan & A/C, WIFI & its chargers, walk- incloset, rocking chair, books & few toys, linens & toiletries. Guest AccessGuests have access to the dining room, front & back covered porches. Dutch Creek flows beside the home & feeds fishing ponds where guests can try to their luck. There is also hiking trails on the 30 acres of land. A foot bridge called, " the foot bridge to nowhere," made out of a recycled 30 ft. truck frame that guests can explore and try grinding acorn at the Indian holes in the front yard. Interaction with GuestsWe love to interact w/ our guests as much as they would want because we feel we have enough knowledge of the history of this area especially Larry, whose family has lived here since 1944. The NeighborhoodWe want our guests to experience the fresh mountain air, the starry bright nights, and the peace and tranquility of this area. This is a friendly, small, rural community at 3,000 ft. altitude, known as "above the fog but below the blizzard. Remote and rural as it is, yet only 8 minutes drive to a local hardware & mini mart. Grocery /deli that has a wide selections of wines, produce & BBQ, a restaurant that closes early especially towards winter time, post office, 2 gas stations open 24/7, churches of major faiths, a park, and charter school and a public library. There are different local events that are held from month to month guests are very much welcome to join and experience mountain life and feel the vibes of friendly local folks. John Muir says, " Thousand of tired, nerve-shaken, over civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountain is going home; that wilderness is necessity... ", so what are you waiting for?
Also allow yourself to visit local museum of Northern Mariposa County History Center and let your imagination takes you back to the life of gold rush mining town of 1850's. Stroll the main street and experience the authentic example of a California gold rush town w/ very few changes done until this time. Take a photo shoot at the whistling Billy, 8 ton Porter Locomotive brought to Coulterville in 1897 by mule teams and visit the John Muir Geotourism Center to see some of his memorabilia's and follow his trail to the John Muir Highway on Greeley Hill Rd. to smith Station on your way to Yosemite park. We are also nearby lakes great for water sports when there's enough rain and snow melting.
Lakes like Don Pedro, Lake Mc Clure, Lake Mc Swain, Moccasin Creek and the famous Rainbow Pool nearby all about 30 minutes away.
Our distance from the Following is :
Black Oak Casino in Toulumne Rd., Sonora --------------1 hour
Shopping Center, Banking needs, in Sonora--------------45 minutes
Iron Door & Grill, Groveland---------------------------------30 minutes
Two Guys Pizza, & Pizza Factory, Groveland-------------30 minutes
Subway sandwiches, Groveland----------30 minutes
Lumberyard Restaurant, Merced Falls in Don Pedro ---30 minutes Getting AroundThere are rental cars & airports in the bigger cities like San Francisco, Modesto, Stockton & Sacramento areas. We can be reached on highway 132, John Muir highway that junction on highway 49, and also highway 120. Rent a car w/ gps & bring a copy of road directions in getting here in case gps should fail in the mountain where cell signal is scarce. Other Things to NoteCheck in time 5:00 PM
Check out time 10:00 AM
Room Tax 11% and a generous Continental Breakfast are already included in the price.