The SpaceWerewolf Ranch is a first year Ranch and Farm growing organic vegetables, and raising grass-fed lamb, dairy goats, laying hens, and ducks. Our primary focus is regenerating the land through sustainable agricultural practices (permaculture, if you're into that kind of thing). The guest area is a beautiful villa with a cozy queen-sized bed in each room, amazing natural lighting, breathtaking oak savannah views, with a clean and fresh feel. The third bed we offer is a top of the line queen air mattress, that may fit in either one of the bedrooms, or in the living room area. The villa has a 400 Sq. ft studio available for yoga, meditation, meetings, or small parties (equipped with yoga mats and blankets). The Villa also has it's own private deck overlooking a picturesque bucolic landscape, highly recommended for a glass of chilled white wine in the late afternoon. The quaint kitchenette has a water heater, tea & coffee, refrigerator, microwave, and toaster. Our 35 acre property lends itself to leisurely nature walks and creekside picnics.
Other services offered:
-Enjoy a farm breakfast- Werewolf Ranch eggs, greens, and whatever else is fresh!
-Treat yourself to a massage during your stay! Jacqui is a certified massage therapist trained in Swedish and deep-tissue massage. 60 minute & 90 minute massages available.
- Private yoga instruction. Jacqui has been practicing vinyasa and hatha yoga for over ten years. We have the perfect space to work on body mechanics, breath, and lengthening the spine. Yoga mats, blocks, and blankets already provided.
- Farm tours available upon request. They are free if you schedule them before arrival. Please bring proper walking shoes and long pants if interested. Tours are approx. 30-45 minutes.
If interested in any of these extra treats for your stay please inquire about pricing. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire two-bedroom, one bath + studio villa, and outdoor deck. They will also have access to our 35 acre property for recreation such as swimming in the creek, walking trails, birdwatching, picnicking, and checking out farm life. Interaction with GuestsWe are pretty busy on the Ranch, but we would love to give you a tour, cook you some breakfast, or have a glass of wine, just let us know (we don't want to infringe on your privacy)! We can recommend hiking trails, great restaurants, or wineries to visit in the area. Our house is separate from the villa, but adjacent, so you will have private access and as much privacy as you'd like. The NeighborhoodGrass Valley is an iconic spot in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, Lake Tahoe. With a comfortable climate and diverse wildlife, this is an ideal setting for relaxation and recreation. This area has everything a vacation needs: great nature, excellent restaurants, friendly people, plenty of recreation (hiking, biking, inner-tubing, gold panning, birdwatching, fishing, white water rafting, skiiing, and wine tasting). In just a short drive you can find picturesque swimming holes along the Yuba, American, or Bear rivers! Additionally, there are 17 wineries in the Nevada County area offering unique varieties you won't find anywhere else. Getting AroundThe 49 highway is a short drive away, which will take you to Grass Valley and Nevada City in 20 minutes, Auburn in 15 minutes, Sacramento in 45 minutes, Truckee in 60 minutes, and South Lake Tahoe in 2 hours. Other Things to NoteDogs are welcome here, as long as they are well behaved. We have three of our own dogs as well as livestock, so if your pup is not good with other dogs, might kill a chicken, or chase a lamb, it might be better for them to either stay home or be on a leash for their stay.
Also, a big WARNING:
There is a presence of rattlesnakes and ticks on our property. We urge our guests to exercise caution and we do not take responsibility for wildlife mishaps.
Also, this is a working ranch. There are inherent risks involved in walking around the property (uneven ground, spiny plants, etc.). Please take precautions by wearing proper shoes and walking mindfully.