Point Arena, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Point Arena

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The SpaceDramatic one bedroom, rustic/contemporary, guest house surrounded by forest, above the tiny coastal city of Point Arena – 3 hours north of San Francisco. This small home was designed as a remodel of an existing hippie cabin-in-the-woods. It has a queen size bed in the bedroom (downstairs) and one, exposed, twin mattress for an extra guest* in the loft upstairs. Soaring 18 foot butterfly walls, separated by an acre of redwood forest from nearest neighbors. It has a garden just outside. No cell phone reception but a landline provided for your use and VERY fast wifi . Filtered ocean view. Also features a fire view wood stove in the living room, a small, nicely equipped kitchen, Fußball in the tiny loft, and a tiled bath with shower/tub. Two other dwellings on the property, each on its own private acre in the woods can be found listed on airbnb. Our "Thoreau cabin/woods/write your book" is a one room cabin tucked away with distant coastal views from 3 windows. Our "Jewel box house w/ wide ocean view" has panoramic views of 5 miles of coastline and comfortably sleeps up to 4. Property is down a mile and a half of dirt road on a steep mountainside, accessible year-round. It is set back on the ridge above historic Point Arena and the Point Arena lighthouse, circa 1868. At this spot, it is possibly 300 meters above and 3.5 kilometers away from the ocean with naked green hills and deep forests of redwood, Doug Fir and pine all around. At night there are no lights to be seen from the guest house, outside of its own small illumination. Tranquil and set in spectacular nature -- excellent for bird watchers and other wildlife enthusiasts looking for deer, wild rabbits, and other small, harmless, creatures. Point Arena is the second western-most spot in the continental U.S. and is one of six locations around the globe selected by NASA for clean air quality samples. In addition to the lighthouse museum (URL HIDDEN) our tiny city has an epicurean French Bakery noted by several national magazines, a coop market with locally produced, organic produce in summer, an excellent 3 star restaurant, bread clubs featuring organic artisan breads AND a first-rate cinema (URL HIDDEN) with a new (usually independent) film each week and live broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera. The tiny city is located an hour south of the popular village of Mendocino -- another destination for spas and artisanal goods. Local sports include kayaking, hiking and biking along the coast, fishing, diving and and surfing off the pier. Inland, a 1.25 hour drive from our residence, is Mendocino's famous wine country (URL HIDDEN) which boasts the only still-free wine tastings in the Napa-Sonoma-Mendocino region. Guest AccessGuesthouse, private driveway, garden area. Interaction with GuestsWe check in beforehand and on arrival and are happy to offer as much privacy as guests like during their visit. The NeighborhoodPristine and nationally recognized coastline with hiking trails and forest. Getting AroundDaily RT bus service to village of Mendocino, one hour to the north. Also one-way and RT bike rentals for coastal trails on America's newest National Monument, "The Stornetta Lands." Other Things to NoteGuesthouse located in the middle of a young redwood forest, down a mile-and-a-half of dirt road.
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The Space"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." Charming 250 sf wood cabin, with queen mattress in sleeping loft. Cabin is surrounded by several paths through forest acreage, alive in winter rains with matsutake, black morels, king boletes and chanterelle mushrooms. Cabin is 75 feet downhill from its own private driveway. The property is located near the end of a mountainous dirt road, on a coastal ridge, 3 hours north of San Francisco. CHAPTER 2: I got up early and bathed in the pond; that was a religious exercise, and one of the best things which I did. – Thoreau Evoke your own narrative experience of Thoreau's 2 years spent in a cabin near Concord Mass. You may not be jumping into the cold Pacific Ocean, for example, but you're only spending 5 nights! You can practice the art of the mini sponge bath at the kitchen sink. There is excellent hot running water in the cabin. PLUS you will gain the practical knowledge of another charming throwback to Thoreau's era –an adjacent outhouse. Although there is no 21st century bathroom/toilet at the cabin, private outhouse has had minimal use over the years. Path to and from privy is floodlit. Cabin is electricity (surge protected) and features small cooking stovetop and propane heat. Architect designed steel counter tops and wood cabinets. Some creature comforts (down blanket and Corbusier chaise), along with writing table, chair, ink pen, manual typewriter, ream of paper and small lit library. The geographical area features many hillside and coastal hiking trails, an historic lighthouse, restored movie theater, French bakery, library, and fine dining. Wine tasting tour, 1 hour by car, in the Anderson Valley (still free). The cabin is available for stays of 3-5 nights and will be undergoing a few simple upgrades in late 2014/2015. Come visit while Thoreau's cabin remains in its simplest incarnation, bargain pricing. Guest AccessHeat. Wi-Fi. Interaction with GuestsLots of suggestions and area information provided in advance and, by request, during visit. The NeighborhoodFresh air, quiet surrounds. Young redwood forest envelops this cabin and property. Isolated, safe, protected and located 1.2 miles down a dirt road.
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Excellent
138 reviews
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The SpaceConverted into my home over a decade ago, this bus served as my home until I bought this property in 2006, and it has since been the deluxe guest bus. It is very comfortable and comes with all the luxury one would expect in a cabin -- hot water, full kitchen, refrigerator, and queen bed. It should be noted however, that the ceiling is only 6 foot high, and thus my not be suited to tall people! Also, there is a private toilet, but it is not inside the bus...instead it is a short jaunt from the front door. Also, I suggest bringing flip flops or some kind of easy on and off shoes, both for the bus and the bathroom jaunt. I request that the bus be kept as a "no shoes" environment, as I am discovering that the enviro oak flooring is quite sensitive to wear. Built mainly from recycled & resourced second hand materials, the bus is a 1985 Chevy with a Detroit Diesel engine. Her interior was designed with the "live lightly on the land" aesthetic and all appliances were chosen because they work well with solar power, including propane fridge and oven/stove and wood stove. The bus can sleep kids up to 15 years of age and additional bedding is available -- however it is not "child-proofed" so probably not the best for a toddler. Furthermore, I'm willing to consider small dogs (10lbs and under), but the bus will not accommodate medium and big-sized dogs. I prefer not to have dogs in the winter. Guest AccessGuests have access to wireless internet, landline phone service, the malibu shower. Sometimes the tubs might be available (though drought sensitive so hope for rain). Additional amenities such as yoga, gardening, mushroom hunting expeditions and guided walks are available for an additional fee. Interaction with GuestsI am usually home, but if not me, Tim, my land mate, will show you the ropes if I am traveling. I am available to answer questions and help direct people to things to do in the area. Guests will be required to prepare their own food. The NeighborhoodI live in the sunny "banana belt" part of the coast. Often the fog is just down the road, but not here. The property has full southern exposure, which means it is light all day long. And of course, on moonless nights, the view of the milky way is spectacular! Getting AroundOne needs a car. And parking is included. Other Things to NotePlease note that my prices went up because here in Mendocino County we also have to pay Occupancy Tax in addition to state and federal taxes. This price hike goes directly to the county, so thanks for understanding. Wood heat for longer stays will be negotiable. Different seasons require different wood usage. A wood surcharge may apply for those staying longer than a week in the wintertime. Email me for details.
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piso compartido a 20 metros de la playa entre primera y segunda linea de playa.en pleno centro de (URL HIDDEN) un tercer piso sin ascensor.libre apartir del 1 de abril.(1 pers.20€ - 2 pers. 30€)
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Excellent
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The SpaceThe space is a large 16x20 cabin with very high ceilings, skylights and beautiful north light. it does have a sink with cold running water and the bathroom, which has a shower, sink and toilet is for your use is 100 ft away in the big house. The cabin has a small compact fridge as well and all the amenities for morning coffee/tea,our gift to you is a complimentary bottle of Mark's organic home made red wine, and my home baked seasonal pastry for your morning or evening sweet tooth. There is no cooking facility at the cabin, but there are plenty of dining out options in nearby Point Arena .The deck, which boasts a gorgeous sea view, has a chaise lounge, table and chairs and market umbrella encouraging one to relax and drift into the dreamy serenity of the hill. Guest AccessThe cabin is about 150 ft from my home and the bathroom for it is downstairs at my house, but it has it's own entrance and is exclusive to the cabin guests. Because of this I prefer to meet and greet you when you check in,introduce you to me, the dog and the lay of the land so to speak. Interaction with GuestsAs much personal contact, or as little as you like. Some of my guests love to have contact, hear local recommendations, see a finger point in a direction. Others are looking for privacy, seclusion. It’s intuitive. Love to hear from guests and happy when I know they are fine on their own. I will be here to host my guests. I offer farm to table dinners for $50/pp. In those cases I would be more interactive but I do respect your privacy! The NeighborhoodThe cabin sits on a 36 acre property. We're off the beaten path, up a couple of miles of dirt road. It feels remote here , it is undeniably a secluded hill top away from the bustle of everyday life. This is an experience of an immersion in nature, no streetlights, no noise other than the critters of the forest at night the wind rustling through the trees, just you , the stars, the moon, and the sea. I live in the big house with my dogs Lugh and Flora, Mark and his dog Pono live in his cabin on the other side of the property. The area is a ridge top over looking the ocean and forested with wonderful walks, a cool redwood grotto, close enough proximity ( a mere 10 minute drive) to Point Arena, Gualala, famous Bowling Ball Beach, the beaches near by and the Stornetta Lands National Monument. What I love about the cabin is it's luxury amid this deep ecology and if you want to get away from the mundane world, this may appeal to you. it is indeed a sanctuary of sorts. A lovely soulful , comfortable retreat. Getting AroundYou will need a car. We are about a 3-4 hour drive from the SF and Oakland Airports, depending on traffic. When you reserve your cabin I will send you detailed directions as the (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) maps and GPS ones to here are incorrect. Other Things to NoteBecause I prefer to be here to check you in, It is necessary that your arrival here to the property is before dark There are many reasons why I require my guests to arrive no later than 6pm . Lugh my 4 year old is a bit shy and protective. He may bark when he first greets you, but once he gets to know you he is a big love. Flora, the puppy, is also a bit of a barker, but very sweet and friendly. They are both sweeties and but are understandably protective of me and out home. Be dog friendly please! This is their home as well as mine. Also, the property is rural and fairly remote, there are no street lights or signs to guide you here and the property has a warren of dirt roads on it , so in the daylight it's no problem to find us if one follows my exact directions, but if it's late at night and dark, one could get lost and there is no cell phone reception here....If you are traveling and do not anticipate an arrival by 6pm I would encourage you to find another place that more suits your schedule. No pets at the moment. It's been too much for my dogs to have other dogs on the property. Sorry.
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The SpaceVilla Ondina is a six acre rural estate fronting Highway One, 200 feet above the Pacific Ocean, along the spectacular Mendocino Coast. Enjoy beaches, an orchard, gardens, meadows, forest redwoods and ferns, and a year-round stream. Slip into sleep each night with the gentle sound of the surf wafting up from the shore below. The Ocean Suite is a fully detached guest house isolated above and behind the main house which the owners occupy. Sleeping options include a queen bed in the loft bedroom upstairs and a trundle bed (2 twins) downstairs. The 2-story, 1200 square foot, wood-lined guest house features a gourmet equipped kitchen, spacious living area with wood burning stove, expansive deck with BBQ, and a full bathroom with shower downstairs. Upstairs is a master suite with a queen-sized bed, a luxury bathroom featuring a jetted soaking tub, a second, very secluded deck with views of ocean and forest. The décor is tasteful, featuring extensive original art and simple, comfortable furniture. A 60” plasma panel, satellite TV, WiFi access, and a sound system highlight the available en suite entertainment options. Or, choose to relax in the luxurious robes, find your center on the yoga deck, or select a book from the library to enjoy with your morning coffee or tea. Private massage services can be arranged by request. Guest AccessPrivate entrance. Full access to the property. Stairs to climb. Parking near entrance. No cell phone coverage – use of land line for emergencies. Interaction with GuestsWe will be here when you check in and will be available to answer any questions you may have during your stay. We are happy to assist with trip planning, dinner reservations, or any information that may assist you in making your stay perfect. The NeighborhoodThis is some of the most pristine and beautiful coastline anywhere in the world. From Villa Ondina you will have access to nearby beaches (Bowling Ball Beach, Schooner Gulch Beach, our own private beach). From the seclusion and privacy of this retreat, you will enjoy a tapestry of wildlife: whales spouting and breaching as they make their annual migration just off the rocks, osprey soaring overhead with the morning catch tightly clutched in their talons, grey fox, coveys of quail, hawks, raccoons, eagles, and of course deer gently grazing on the meadows of the estate. The shoreline in front of Villa Ondina is protected as a California State Marine Preserve with countless tide pools, rich with sea life of all descriptions: seals lazing on the rocks, sea lions prowling for a meal, otters, star fish, anemones, and sea birds of all descriptions. Anchor Bay Beach (5 miles down the road) is a wide open sandy stretch at one end and a cozy cove with a waterfall at the other end. Ten minutes away, the town of Gualala offers great food shopping, restaurants and art galleries and the Gualala Bluff Trail with views of the Gualala River estuary, beach, sea life and sunsets. Hiking, beachcombing, and a seaside golf course. Gualala Point Regional Park has a trail system through open meadows and coastal forest, a Visitor's Center, coastal vistas and sandy beaches. Popular with day hikers, picnickers, kayakers, and canoers. Five minutes north, the town of Point Arena offers an amazing bakery, restaurants, a food co-op, access to the Point Arena -Stornetta Public Land National Monument, tours of the historic Point Arena Lighthouse, and a wildlife preserve. World class surfing is nearby and the area is a bikers paradise. Ocean and river kayaking available through local outfitters. Fishing for local King Salmon is available from several ports of call within easy driving distance. Or, take the beautiful drive to Mendocino Village (along the ocean’s edge) or the Anderson Valley wine country (through park like redwoods). Along the way, visit the quaint seaside villages of Elk, Albion, and Little River. Be a LOCAL. Join our Go Local Community during your stay! (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundLocated at the 9.36 mile marker on scenic California Highway 1 at Walker Gulch about 8 miles north of Gualala, 3 miles north of Anchor Bay, 5 miles south of Point Arena. Other Things to NoteAccess to garden and orchard. The Mendocino County bed tax is 10%.
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The SpaceAfrican antelope, zebra and Giraffe, along with eclectic lodging await you in Point Arena on the beautiful Mendocino coast. Eco-friendly artisan cottage over looking a small lake with private hot tub. 2 bedroom, one bath and small kitchen. Up to 4 people only. All units have satellite TV and are beautifully appointed with all linens. Kitchen includes utensils, pots & pans. Bring your own food stuffs as nothing is provided. Limited coffee and tea service in unit. Endangered African hoof stock including 3 species of zebra and 3 species of Antelope and Rothschild Giraffe share the 110 acre preserve. We offer tours for lodging guests at a reduced rate of $23/adult and $13/ child under 10. Must be booked on our site bbryanpreserve. Check our website for more details and other lodging options and a more updated calendar. Just search for B Bryan Preserve. Point Arena is a "hippie hamlet" located on the Mendocino Coast about 3.5 hours north of San Francisco. Local treasures include an historic lighthouse, beautiful art deco cinema, organic Co-op Market and several great restaurants. Local sports include kayaking, hiking and biking along the coast, fishing, diving and and surfing off the pier. Inland about 1 hour is Anderson Valley which boasts numerous free wine tastings. Guest AccessDue to the nature of our unique property, guest are not allowed to walk around the animals or enter the Giraffe house. NO PETS in cottages. A tour is offered at a reduced rate which can be booked on our web site. Children are NEVER allowed around the property without parental supervision. We also ask that they keep noise down to a minimum. No pets in cottages but is an option for other available lodging. Check our website. Interaction with GuestsWe will leave your paperwork with a map to your unit on the front door of the main house. We are out a lot so may not be around to check you in so it's kind of self service. If you need us, we are here, however we do not interact with guests unless they need something as we assume they are here for a quiet vacation. We respect their privacy as we hope they respect ours. The NeighborhoodWhat's not to love about a 110 acre preserve filled with the sounds of zebra braying, antelope clashing horns and giraffe running at 35 mph? All within walking distance to the quirky town of Point Arena! Getting AroundGuests are able to drive to the cottages, but MUST open and close a wooden gate when first entering the property. We can't let those free ranging zebra go to town. The road is a dirt road and may have ruts or mud depending on the season. It's a working farm. Please let us know if you are on MOTORCYCLE. They are not allowed at the cottages but arrangements can be made. Other Things to NoteWe will leave your paperwork with a map to your unit on the front door of the main house. We are out a lot so may not be around to check you in so it's kind of self service. If y
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    The SpaceRent our condo, fully appointed, for ONE WEEK. Sorry, no partial weeks available. Full amenities, fully updated; just bring your toothbrush and underwear. Only $1269 for the entire week! Sleeps: 4 Privacy: 2 Kitchen: Full Bathroom: Full Here you will discover a perfect haven for both romantic getaways and private family retreats. Romantic guests will enjoy views of the coastal trees and strolling privately hand-in-hand while admiring the setting of the sun. For the family, this resort provides a multitude of options including the Café, the seasonal pool and picnic area to enjoy with children while simultaneously relaxing with your partner. Go horseback riding on the beach or request a video and board game from the concierge for a laid back evening. In the tranquil rooms rejuvenation begins as soon as you enter. superior features beginning with the wood burning fireplaces to promote classical romance and a soothing environment. This cozy one-bedroom accommodates up to four guests, decorated with rich inviting accents that include hardwood floors, warm hues and lush bedding. Relax in the spacious living area in front of a plasma TV. The additional amenities of home include full kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, queen bed, sleeper sofa, DVD player and dining area.. This resort portrays a special intimate charm by being tucked within beautiful cypress trees just moments from the gleaming Pacific Ocean. For outdoor enjoyment, and under 25 minutes away, you can partake in golf at a highly regarded and challenging 18-hole course at Sea Ranch designed by Robert Muir Graves. Cool down oceanfront style at one of the infinite beaches including Arena Cove and Schooner Gulch. Within a short distance is Anderson Valley wine region. For dining, enjoy the waterfront seaside restaurants that are less than 2 miles away or explore the town of Gualala and shop the artsy boutiques. For outdoor activities visit the pier that is known for abalone diving and snorkeling. Amenities Fireplace: Furnishings Television: Cable/Satellite Room Facts Unit square footage: 400.0 Kitchen Features Convection Microwave Microwave Dishwasher Bedding Configuration Bed Size / Sleeping Arrangements (of like Unit types): Queen , Double pull out sofa On-site Laundry facilities Business center Concierge desk/services Movie rental Movie rental - In unit (fees may apply) Multilingual staff Dry cleaning/laundry service Languages spoken onsite: English , Spanish San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is 140 miles away but it will take at least 3 1/2 hours to drive because the roads are very curvy. The property is on an RV campground.
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    The SpaceWe have added a deck and cut down trees in front to offer even more of a spectacular OCEAN VIEW. There's a blow hole at the cove so you can see the wave crashing dramatically. The ocean can be seen from every room: both bedrooms, the kitchen the dining room and living room. It is comfortably furnished with antiques and a modern couch. It has a lovely wood burning fireplace and sunk-in bath tub. Guest AccessIt’s 15 minutes north of Gualala with variety of shops and restaurants and many activities such as kayaking, hiking, beach combing, wine tasting etc. and 10 minutes south of Point Arena wharf, Point Arena theater and the Historic California Lighthouse with Museum. The NeighborhoodThe house is 10 minutes south of Point Arena wharf, Point Arena theater and the Historic California Lighthouse with Museum. It is 15 minutes north of Gualala with a variety of shops and restaurants and many activities such as kayaking, hiking, beach-combing, wine tasting etc. Getting AroundYou can take Golden Gate Transit to Santa Rosa and MTA (Mendocino Transit Authority) and just asked to be dropped off at the bottom of Iversen Road. It's a short walk up to Iversen Lane.
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    Excellent
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    The Space30 miles from charming  Mendocino, 3 miles from Garcia River Casino, 20 min. from Sea Ranch. Golfing close by. Shopping 5 miles away Guest AccessFull kitchen amenities. Hot tub back of house. Dining room facing the ocean upstairs. Guest room w/ full bath. Double sleeper sofa can be used as an additional bed. Kitchen upstairs. Upstairs, double deck for relaxing. Amazing views, no small children, located 35 ft. from 100 ft. bluff, in a private neighborhood that is gated. Interaction with GuestsWe're here to help you. This is a vacation home for us. We live in the Bay Area. The NeighborhoodThis is a small tight-knit community of 7 parcels/homes. Travel will be required for most needs so stop at the store on the way. Other Things to NoteThere is a 100ft bluff 35ft from the back porch. There is a rope near the edge. Please use caution at night. This is why we have a "no small children" policy. Thank you. CHECK IN - 2:00 p.m. CHECK OUT - 12:00 p.m.
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    The SpaceThe house and deck include a distant view of the Point Arena Lighthouse, circa 1868. Property is located on ten remote acres, three hours north of San Francisco, and set on a ridge top, down a dirt road. At this spot, it is approx. 300 meters above and 3.5 kilometers away from the ocean we look over, in front of which is a view of naked green hills with deep forests of redwoods, Doug Fir and Bull Pine. At night there are only a few lights to be seen in the dozens of square miles of landscape in view. This house is generally available for dates throughout the year. Please check our calendar for available dates and write to inquire. Guests can expect an architecturally re-imagined 1970's hippie house in the woods,with spectacular natural surrounds. The house (1400 + sf ) was remodeled fifteen years ago by a noted architect and has radiant-heat hardwood floors, a mix of Boston antiques, modern museum chairs and lighting, concrete counters and an extensive National Geographic and literary library. Two collections of short stories, a novel, and an autobiography have all been written in this house. Ideal setting for almost any creative project, including collaborations. We have an eat-in kitchen with a Swedish dishwasher and a concrete table on wheels. There is one common bath, a living room/library, pop-out dining room, an open loft used as the master bedroom, and two small downstairs bedrooms – the first with a king size waterbed and French doors opening onto a deck, under a massive bull pine. The second downstairs bedroom has an early American twin 4 post bed with tempurpedic mattress topper and a postmodern 10X12 "Blazona" shed just outside. The Blazona shed has a small office/ media center and, further off, a year-round creek cascading over 5 foot drops, reached by a moderate 45 minute RT hike through the woods. The property sits down a mile and a half of dirt road on a steep mountain side, which is accessible year-round. Point Arena is the second western-most spot in the continental U.S. and is one of six locations around the globe selected by NASA for uncontaminated air quality samples. In addition to the lighthouse museum (URL HIDDEN) our tiny city has a gourmet market, a pair of noted restaurants in the nearby surrounds, a restored vaudeville theater, now a cinema (URL HIDDEN) with a new (usually independent) film each week. Once a month, the venue hosts live theater. Point Arena also has a French bakery and is located an hour south of the village of Mendocino. Local sports include biking, kayaking and hiking along the coast, fishing, diving and surfing off the pier, and mountain biking right on our road. Inland, a 1.25 hour from our residence, is Mendocino's famous wine country which boasts the only still-free wine tastings in the region. Guest AccessOur house, driveway, several small yards and forest trails. Interaction with GuestsSome guests appreciate just a little bit of contact. Others are eager to share more about their visit, or soak up information about the house, the neighborhood, people in the area, recommendations, etc. And some people prefer to be left alone. We're happiest when our guests are perfectly happy, so we do our best to both intuit and respond. Other Things to NoteSorry, no pets. Lots of wildlife out the door.
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      Come enjoy our peaceful, secluded luxury retreat resting on six acres of unspoiled coastal forest, orchard, and garden. Enjoy soaring views of the ever changing ocean, stroll forest trails through a natural fern canyon, or browse the organic gardens. Villa Ondina is a six acre rural estate fronting Highway One, 200 feet above the Pacific Ocean, along the spectacular Mendocino Coast. Enjoy beaches, an orchard, gardens, meadows, forest redwoods and ferns, and a year-round stream. Slip into sleep each night with the gentle sound of the surf wafting up from the shore below. The Ocean Suite is a fully detached guest house isolated above and behind the main house which the owners occupy. Sleeping options include a queen bed in the loft bedroom upstairs and a trundle bed (2 twins) downstairs. The 2-story, 1200 square foot, wood-lined guest house features a gourmet equipped kitchen, spacious living area with wood burning stove, expansive deck with BBQ, and a full bathroom with shower downstairs. Upstairs is a master suite with a queen-sized bed, a luxury bathroom featuring a jetted soaking tub, a second, very secluded deck with views of ocean and forest. The décor is tasteful, featuring extensive original art and simple, comfortable furniture. A 60” plasma panel, satellite TV, WiFi access, a game console, and a sound system highlight the available en suite entertainment options. Or, choose to relax in the luxurious robes, find your center on the yoga deck, or select a book from the library to enjoy with your morning coffee or tea. Private massage services can be arranged by request This is some of the most pristine and beautiful coastline anywhere in the world. From Villa Ondina you will have access to nearby beaches (Bowling Ball Beach, Schooner Gulch Beach, our own private beach). From the seclusion and privacy of this retreat, you will enjoy a tapestry of wildlife: whales spouting and breaching as they make their annual migration just off the rocks, osprey soaring overhead with the morning catch tightly clutched in their talons, grey fox, coveys of quail, hawks, raccoons, eagles, and of course deer gently grazing on the meadows of the estate. The shoreline in front of Villa Ondina is protected as a California State Marine Preserve with countless tide pools, rich with sea life of all descriptions: seals lazing on the rocks, sea lions prowling for a meal, otters, star fish, anemones, and sea birds of all descriptions. Anchor Bay Beach (5 miles down the road) is a wide open sandy stretch at one end and a cozy cove with a waterfall at the other end. Ten minutes away, the town of Gualala offers great food shopping, restaurants and art galleries and the Gualala Bluff Trail with views of the Gualala River estuary, beach, sea life and sunsets. Hiking, beachcombing, and a seaside golf course. Gualala Point Regional Park has a trail system through open meadows and coastal forest, a Visitor's Center, coastal vistas and sandy beaches. Popular with day hikers, picnickers, kayakers, and canoers. Five minutes north, the town of Point Arena offers an amazing bakery, restaurants, a food co-op, access to the Point Arena -Stornetta Public Land National Monument, tours of the historic Point Arena Lighthouse, and a wildlife preserve. World class surfing is nearby and the area is a bikers paradise. Ocean and river kayaking available through local outfitters. Fishing for local King Salmon is available from several ports of call within easy driving distance. Or, take the beautiful drive to Mendocino Village (along the ocean’s edge) or the Anderson Valley wine country (through park like redwoods). Along the way, visit the quaint seaside villages of Elk, Albion, and Little River. This is some of the most pristine and beautiful coastline anywhere in the world. From Villa Ondina you will have access to nearby beaches (Bowling Ball Beach, Schooner Gulch Beach, our own private beach). From the seclusion and privacy of this retreat, you will enjoy a tapestry of wildlife: whales spouting and breaching as they make their annual migration just off the rocks, osprey soaring overhead with the morning catch tightly clutched in their talons, grey fox, coveys of quail, hawks, raccoons, eagles, and of course deer gently grazing on the meadows of the estate. The shoreline in front of Villa Ondina is protected as a California State Marine Preserve with countless tide pools, rich with sea life of all descriptions: seals lazing on the rocks, sea lions prowling for a meal, otters, star fish, anemones, and sea birds of all descriptions. Anchor Bay Beach (5 miles down the road) is a wide open sandy stretch at one end and a cozy cove with a waterfall at the other end. Ten minutes away, the town of Gualala offers great food shopping, restaurants and art galleries and the Gualala Bluff Trail with views of the Gualala River estuary, beach, sea life and sunsets. Hiking, beachcombing, and a seaside golf course. Gualala Point Regional Park has a trail system through open meadows and coastal forest, a Visitor's Center, coastal vistas and sandy beaches. Popular with day hikers, picnickers, kayakers, and canoers. Five minutes north, the town of Point Arena offers an amazing bakery, restaurants, a food co-op, access to the Point Arena -Stornetta Public Land National Monument, tours of the historic Point Arena Lighthouse, and a wildlife preserve. World class surfing is nearby and the area is a bikers paradise. Ocean and river kayaking available through local outfitters. Fishing for local King Salmon is available from several ports of call within easy driving distance. Or, take the beautiful drive to Mendocino Village (along the ocean's edge) or the Anderson Valley wine country (through park like redwoods). Along the way, visit the quaint seaside villages of Elk, Albion, and Little River.
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      The SpaceFarmstay cabins available on a 20-acre organic farmstead. Our two sleeping cabins and kitchen cabin are hand-built with simple amenities. All of the farm is off the grid with solar power and the yellow sleeping cabin is completely off-grid with no power (power is available in the kitchen cabin for charging devices). The cabins share an outdoor composting toilet. An enclosed outdoor shower with hot water is located a short walk from the cabins, near the main house. The kitchen cabin is equipped with a cookstove and mini-refrigerator. (Please note: The kitchen cabin does not have heat and can be a bit chilly in the winter.) The sleeping cabins have woodstoves and firewood is provided. Each of the sleeping cabins has a downstairs futon bed as well as a loft bed. Families with small children should note that the cabins are next to a small pond. The cabins are cozy and best suited for individuals, couples, or families with young children. Groups of 3+ adults (depending on sleeping arrangements), or families with older children, might want to consider renting both cabins. Reserve the red cabin through the Windy Hollow Farmstay Red Cabin listing. Both sleeping cabins and the kitchen cabin are located in close proximity to one another. Guest parking is located approximately 300' from the cabins; a marked trail leads directly to the cabins and a wagon is available for schlepping stuff. Guest AccessGuests will have access to their sleeping cabin, a shared kitchen cabin and common spaces on the farm, including the walking trails and greenhouse. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the land full-time and are available for meeting with guests. The NeighborhoodWindy Hollow Farm is less than a mile from Main Street in Point Arena. We are near the Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands, Point Arena Lighthouse, the Arena Cove and numerous beaches. Getting AroundMost folks drive around these parts, although we are walking distance to town and bikeable to the Public Lands, Arena Cove and Lighthouse. Other Things to NoteNightly price includes 10% local occupancy tax. The two sleeping cabins and kitchen cabin are situated within the same area. Baskets of farm-fresh produce and flower bouquets are seasonally available by request. Mixed produce basket: $20. Flower bouquet: $15.
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      The SpaceIt is a charming, often sun-drenched, comfortable room and bath located on the ground floor front of a house in the heart of Point Arena, one of California's tiniest incorporated cities. Located only 25 feet from Hwy. 1 (Main Street), the house and room are nonetheless very private, shielded by a cedar tree right in front of the Angelwing's east-facing picture window. Hwy. 1, which runs along the edge of the Pacific Ocean, is not only gorgeous, but civilized: traffic drops to nearly nothing after dark and this location is quiet at night. In the morning, though, you will hear traffic as the town wakes up. The Angelwing Room is convenient because nearly every amenity that PA has to offer is accessible on foot. You can drift out the front door and within minutes, get the best chocolate croissant from here to SF and a dark french roast, enjoy the hushed interior of a historic theater, have a nice glass of wine in a sophisticated atmosphere (at 215 Main, on the east side of the street) or - after a 3/4-mile walk to our cove - sit mesmerized by the ebb and flow of the immense Pacific Ocean. The house is Lauren's art studio and business headquarters, so either she or her son Adrian or ex-husband Lu will be available to give you directions, help, and advice. Lauren is the former Mayor of Point Arena and knows where you might want to go, what you might like to see, hear and do. Local beaches and ocean access points may interest you, or you may just want to get away. The Angelwing Room, in the heart of Point Arena, is a very good place to be far from the rest of the world; because of coastal fog, it can be like a modest, modern Avalon. The house itself is an old redwood structure dating from around 1900, remodeled in the sixties. It is funky, but full of creativity and (we hope) charm! We strive to keep the room spotlessly clean and the hall area neat; at the same time, it is an old house with some original decorative features. It has been home to Lauren and her (now grown) sons and many sleep-overs, gatherings of friends, political events, and late night working since she came to California in a school bus in 1999. She and her sons lived a year in that bus in the redwoods, then bought this magical place in 2000. It is very lived in, but the guest room is the most modernized part. A note about climate: the northern California coast is very cool and often damp. Bring warm clothes no matter what the season! Guest Access*The room with its own bathroom. *The front hall of the house with your dedicated zone of amenities (mini fridge, microwave, coffee-maker, games, toys for kids). *The entire outside front "living room" including Adirondack chairs under the angels, sheltered by a hedge at your back. Interaction with GuestsWe wish to welcome and greet our guests. We are available to answer questions and provide what a guest needs. It is helpful for us to communicate with guests about departure time, as well as arrival. We are flexible, and may be able to offer more time if the guest is early, or not in a hurry when leaving. Texting me is perhaps the best way to reach me, even when we are all there at the same house, since the front is quite separate from the rest. If desired, I can offer guests very good advice about driving routes and what they might want to do here. Not everything is available all the time, so it can be good to outline your objectives and timing, so I can let you know what's going on. We wish to give guests all the privacy they desire and to enjoy their experience as they see fit; at the same time, I have really enjoyed visiting and occasionally dining with guests when it works out. I like saying goodbye to guests, if it's convenient. The NeighborhoodTINY CITY The neighborhood is unique in being an incorporated city, but so very small! It is one of California's five smallest cities. By necessity it is close-knit, if not always harmonious. Point Arena is old-fashioned in its lack of sprawl, yet almost everything you need is here, within one square mile! YOU ARE RIGHT ON HWY. 1 This is great, and even mostly quiet after dinner time, because of our remote location. Be aware though that people start getting to work around 6 to 8am, and you will hear this traffic. THE PACIFIC PLATE The notorious San Andreas Fault runs along the California coast, much of it off shore. But here, the fault carves a tiny chunk of land out of the Continental Plate and takes us into the huge Pacific Plate. The Fault goes out to sea 3 miles north of Point Arena, in the Stornetta Flats and again about 35 miles to the south. So Point Arena and the Angelwing Room are on the tectonic plate traveling slowly north while most of the rest of North America is heading south. It feels like a separate world out here, and geographically it is. Come experience it for yourself! COOL OCEAN AIR Please note also that the coast has much more moderate weather than even a few miles inland. When you are roasting in the summer, visit here - it will be 20 degrees cooler! When you are freezing in the winter, here it will be more mellow, cool, moist weather perfect for your skin. Getting AroundThe beauty of the Angelwing's location in our tiny city is that so much is available on foot: restaurants (3), bars (2), beautiful historic theater, groceries (2 1/2), pharmacy, post office and shops, not to mention an exotic game preserve, a cove, fishing pier and surfing scene on the Pacific Ocean, and the internationally recognized Point Arena Stornetta Lands, part of the California Coastal National Monument (the southern access is from behind City Hall, on a path that runs along the edge of the cliff above Arena Cove.) ***Other attractions are reachable by car within a few miles: the Point Arena Lighthouse, the northern access to the Stornetta Lands, Glass Beach (2 miles north), Schooner Gulch and Bowling Ball Beach (4 miles south), the Manchester dunes (3 miles north). ***Mass transit operates once a day through Mendocino Transit Authority (MTA). It's super comfy; just check schedules online. The cute little bus runs north, south and east. Other Things to NoteAlthough best suited to individuals and couples, the space could accommodate a parent or couple and small child. There is just one (queen) bed. Remember, the coast is very cool, no matter how hot it may be even a few miles inland! Bring flexible clothing. :) Also, if you need an iron and ironing board or hair dryer, please ask.
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      The SpaceFarmstay cabins available on a 20-acre organic farmstead. Our two sleeping cabins and kitchen cabin are hand-built with simple amenities. All of the farm is off the grid with solar power and the yellow sleeping cabin is completely off-grid with no power (power is available in the kitchen cabin for charging devices). The cabins share an outdoor composting toilet. An enclosed outdoor shower with hot water is located a short walk from the cabins, near the main house. The kitchen cabin is equipped with a cookstove and mini-refrigerator. (Please note: the kitchen cabin does not have heat and can be a bit chilly in the winter.) The sleeping cabins have woodstoves and firewood is provided. Each of the sleeping cabins has a downstairs futon bed as well as a loft bed. Families with small children should note that the cabins are next to a small pond. The cabins are cozy and best suited for individuals, couples, or families with young children. Groups of 3+ adults (depending on sleeping arrangements), or families with older children, might want to consider renting both cabins. Reserve the yellow cabin through the Windy Hollow Farmstay Yellow Cabin listing. Both sleeping cabins and the kitchen cabin are located in close proximity to one another. Guest parking is located approximately 300' from the cabins; a marked trail leads directly to the cabins and a wagon is available for schlepping stuff. Guest AccessGuests will have access to their sleeping cabin, a shared kitchen cabin and common spaces on the farm, including the walking trails, greenhouse and fire pit (located by the greenhouse). Interaction with GuestsWe live on the land full-time and are available for meeting with guests. The NeighborhoodWindy Hollow Farm is less than a mile from Main Street in Point Arena. We are near the Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands, Point Arena Lighthouse, the Arena Cove and numerous beaches. Getting AroundMost folks drive around these parts, although we are walking distance to town and bikeable to the Public Lands, Arena Cove and Lighthouse. Other Things to NoteNightly price includes 10% local occupancy tax. The two sleeping cabins and kitchen cabin are situated within the same area. Baskets of farm-fresh produce and flower bouquets are seasonally available by request. Mixed produce basket: $20. Flower bouquet: $15.
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      Lugar tranquilo, con buenas vistas tanto al mar como a la montaña. Rodeada de jardines y vegetación exuberante. La casa está bien amueblada y equipada con todo lo que usted necesita para pasar unas vacaciones inolvidables.
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      The SpaceAfrican antelope, zebra and Giraffe, along with eclectic lodging await you in Point Arena on the beautiful Mendocino coast. Eco-friendly artisan cottage over looking a small lake with private hot tub. 2 bedroom, one bath and small kitchen. Up to 4 people only. All units have satellite TV and are beautifully appointed with all linens. Kitchen includes utensils, pots & pans. Bring your own food stuffs as nothing is provided. Limited coffee and tea service in unit. Endangered African hoof stock including 3 species of zebra and 3 species of Antelope and Rothschild Giraffe share the 110 acre preserve. We offer tours for lodging guests at a reduced rate of $23/adult and $13/ child under 10. Must be booked on our site bbryanpreserve. Check our website for more details and other lodging options and a more updated calendar. Just search for B Bryan Preserve. Point Arena is a "hippie hamlet" located on the Mendocino Coast about 3.5 hours north of San Francisco. Local treasures include an historic lighthouse, beautiful art deco cinema, organic Co-op Market and several great restaurants. Local sports include kayaking, hiking and biking along the coast, fishing, diving and and surfing off the pier. Inland about 1 hour is Anderson Valley which boasts numerous free wine tastings. Guest AccessDue to the nature of our unique property, guest are not allowed to walk around the animals or enter the Giraffe house. NO PETS in cottages. A tour is offered at a reduced rate which can be booked on our web site. Children are NEVER allowed around the property without parental supervision. We also ask that they keep noise down to a minimum. Anyone caught feeding giraffe or harassing the animals will be immediately asked to leave without a refund. No exceptions. Interaction with GuestsWe will leave your paperwork with a map to your unit on the front door of the main house. We are out a lot so may not be around to check you in so it's kind of self service. If you need us, we are here, however we do not interact with guests unless they need something as we assume they are here for a quiet vacation. We respect their privacy as we hope they respect ours. The NeighborhoodWhat's not to love about a 110 acre preserve filled with the sounds of zebra braying, antelope clashing horns and giraffe running at 35 mph? All within walking distance to the quirky town of Point Arena! Even though we are a small village, we have some great restaurants. Getting AroundGuests are able to drive to the cottages, but MUST open and close a wooden gate when first entering the property. We can't let those free ranging zebra go to town. The road is a dirt road and may have ruts or mud depending on the season. It's a working farm. Please let us know if you are on MOTORCYCLE. They are not allowed at the cottages but arrangements can be made. Other Things to NoteRemember that you are in the beautiful remote area of Mendocino County. Cell reception is spotty, however the unit does offer wi-fi.
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      The SpaceYou have the entire carriage house. Sleeps 3. Any extra people regardless of age will be charged $25/ night extra. Dogs are allowed but at a $25/night fee which must be paid on check in. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to walk around the gardens at the main house but are NOT allowed to walk past the "zebra crossing" gate. Our animals are wild and can be dangerous so no walking around the preserve. Interaction with GuestsWe respect the privacy of our guests and expect the same. We are here if you need us, but generally don't interact with guests as we are usually busy with the Preserve. The NeighborhoodB Bryan Preserve is located in the tiny hippie hamlet of Point Arena, CA. We are within walking distance of town. Other Things to NoteWe are in a major drought. Please watch water waste. Turn off lights and heaters when you leave the unit.
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      Explore the magical Northern California Coast when you and your whole group of up to 10 (and even three dogs) stay at this wonderfully unique Gualala vacation home! You'll have a main cottage, a yurt, and even a private sleeping studio for two. In addition, there's also over 10 acres to explore and even a private hot tub! Just two miles inland from the rocky shore, from the property you'll have peek-a-boo ocean views. The main drag of Highway 1 through Gualala is about 11 miles to the south and just six miles north is Point Arena, where you'll find a lighthouse, a movie theater, a few shops, and eateries. In the recently remodeled main home, there's a full kitchen, a comfortable living room with a wood-burning fireplace, one bedroom, and one bath, sleeping up to four guests comfortably. The yurt also has its own living room with a pellet stove, full kitchen, and bathroom. There are a number of futons here, so this space can sleep four more. A private escape for up to two, the studio boasts a queen-size bed and cozy accommodations for anyone in your group who wants a little time to themselves (please note: the studio does not have its own bathroom). Altogether, the Lazy 'S' Ranch can sleep up to 10 guests! If you do bring three dogs, there's just a daily pet fee required. Additional amenities include a washer and dryer, a TV and DVD player in the main cottage and board games (but no cable or Internet access). Guests can also bring tents to camp out on the more than 10-acre property, and RV parking is okay. When you're not spending time soaking in the hot tub or wandering the large property, head into Gualala for lattes and sandwiches at Trinks or make the short drive to Point Arena for a matinee of the latest new release. This one-of-a-kind Northern California Cost vacation home offers a spacious retreat for family getaways, group vacations, and more! Additional amenities include: washer / dryer. Explore the magical Northern California Coast when you and your whole group of up to 10 (and even three dogs) stay at this wonderfully unique Gualala vacation home! You'll have a main cottage, a yurt, and even a private sleeping studio for two. In addition, there's also over 10 acres to explore and even a private hot tub! Just two miles inland from the rocky shore, from the property you'll have peek-a-boo ocean views. The main drag of Highway 1 through Gualala is about 11 miles to the south and just six miles north is Point Arena, where you'll find a lighthouse, a movie theater, a few shops, and eateries. In the recently remodeled main home, there's a full kitchen, a comfortable living room with a wood-burning fireplace, one bedroom, and one bath, sleeping up to four guests comfortably. The yurt also has its own living room with a pellet stove, full kitchen, and bathroom. There are a number of futons here, so this space can sleep four more. A private escape for up to two, the studio boasts a queen-size bed and cozy accommodations for anyone in your group who wants a little time to themselves (please note: the studio does not have its own bathroom). Altogether, the Lazy 'S' Ranch can sleep up to 10 guests! If you do bring three dogs, there's just a daily pet fee required. Additional amenities include a washer and dryer, a TV and DVD player in the main cottage and board games (but no cable or Internet access). Guests can also bring tents to camp out on the more than 10-acre property, and RV parking is okay. When you're not spending time soaking in the hot tub or wandering the large property, head into Gualala for lattes and sandwiches at Trinks or make the short drive to Point Arena for a matinee of the latest new release. This one-of-a-kind Northern California Cost vacation home offers a spacious retreat for family getaways, group vacations, and more! Additional amenities include: washer / dryer.
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      The SpaceThis resort portrays a special intimate charm by being tucked within beautiful cypress trees just moments from the gleaming Pacific Ocean. For outdoor enjoyment, and under 25 minutes away, you can partake in golf at a highly regarded and challenging 18-hole course at Sea Ranch designed by Robert Muir Graves. Cool down oceanfront style at one of the infinite beaches including Arena Cove and Schooner Gulch. Within a short distance is Anderson Valley wine region. For dining, enjoy the waterfront seaside restaurants that are less than 2 miles away or explore the town of Gualala and shop the artsy boutiques. For outdoor activities visit the pier that is known for abalone diving and snorkeling.
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        The SpaceIs a single bedroom in a two bedroom apartment. You have shared use of kitchen, bathroom and the laundry room. Guest AccessYou have your own set of keys Interaction with GuestsI'll be gone the whole time. You have other roommates to interact with. The NeighborhoodAmazing neighborhood is central to everything. Getting AroundWalking
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        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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        Try your luck at the casino when you stay at Coast Guard House Historic Inn in Point Arena. Guests can keep active with onsite horse riding/rentals and mini golf. Rooms offer upscale touches like fireplaces and jetted tubs, along with refrigerators and microwaves.
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        Situated by the ocean, this inn is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Arena Theater and 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from B. Bryan Preserve. Garcia River Casino and Schooner Gulch State Beach are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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          Come enjoy our peaceful, secluded luxury retreat resting on six acres of unspoiled coastal forest, orchard, and garden. Enjoy soaring views of the ever changing ocean, stroll forest trails through a natural fern canyon, or browse the organic gardens. Villa Ondina is a six acre rural estate fronting Highway One, 200 feet above the Pacific Ocean, along the spectacular Mendocino Coast. Enjoy beaches, an orchard, gardens, meadows, forest redwoods and ferns, and a year-round stream. Slip into sleep each night with the gentle sound of the surf wafting up from the shore below. The Ocean Suite is a fully detached guest house isolated above and behind the main house which the owners occupy. Sleeping options include a queen bed in the loft bedroom upstairs and a trundle bed (2 twins) downstairs. The 2-story, 1200 square foot, wood-lined guest house features a gourmet equipped kitchen, spacious living area with wood burning stove, expansive deck with BBQ, and a full bathroom with shower downstairs. Upstairs is a master suite with a queen-sized bed, a luxury bathroom featuring a jetted soaking tub, a second, very secluded deck with views of ocean and forest. The décor is tasteful, featuring extensive original art and simple, comfortable furniture. A 60” plasma panel, satellite TV, WiFi access, a game console, and a sound system highlight the available en suite entertainment options. Or, choose to relax in the luxurious robes, find your center on the yoga deck, or select a book from the library to enjoy with your morning coffee or tea. Private massage services can be arranged by request This is some of the most pristine and beautiful coastline anywhere in the world. From Villa Ondina you will have access to nearby beaches (Bowling Ball Beach, Schooner Gulch Beach, our own private beach). From the seclusion and privacy of this retreat, you will enjoy a tapestry of wildlife: whales spouting and breaching as they make their annual migration just off the rocks, osprey soaring overhead with the morning catch tightly clutched in their talons, grey fox, coveys of quail, hawks, raccoons, eagles, and of course deer gently grazing on the meadows of the estate. The shoreline in front of Villa Ondina is protected as a California State Marine Preserve with countless tide pools, rich with sea life of all descriptions: seals lazing on the rocks, sea lions prowling for a meal, otters, star fish, anemones, and sea birds of all descriptions. Anchor Bay Beach (5 miles down the road) is a wide open sandy stretch at one end and a cozy cove with a waterfall at the other end. Ten minutes away, the town of Gualala offers great food shopping, restaurants and art galleries and the Gualala Bluff Trail with views of the Gualala River estuary, beach, sea life and sunsets. Hiking, beachcombing, and a seaside golf course. Gualala Point Regional Park has a trail system through open meadows and coastal forest, a Visitor's Center, coastal vistas and sandy beaches. Popular with day hikers, picnickers, kayakers, and canoers. Five minutes north, the town of Point Arena offers an amazing bakery, restaurants, a food co-op, access to the Point Arena -Stornetta Public Land National Monument, tours of the historic Point Arena Lighthouse, and a wildlife preserve. World class surfing is nearby and the area is a bikers paradise. Ocean and river kayaking available through local outfitters. Fishing for local King Salmon is available from several ports of call within easy driving distance. Or, take the beautiful drive to Mendocino Village (along the ocean’s edge) or the Anderson Valley wine country (through park like redwoods). Along the way, visit the quaint seaside villages of Elk, Albion, and Little River.
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          The SpaceOur Camper is fully equipped and very cosy! It sleeps up to 6 people as there is a soft bed and the eating area folds down into an extra bed as well - it makes sense when we show you, trust us! There is s 3 burner gas stove and fully equiped kitchen. The Camper has heating and all the water comes from the property and is fine to drink. There is a TV with VHS player as well and although the TV is not connected to any channels, we have a selection of VHS you are more than welcome to choose from. Guest AccessWe love sharing Casari Ranch and we want you to feel at home while you are here. Our ranch is fully organic and all our animals are pasture raised. We believe in in environmentally friendly living, ranching and farming practices. There are a few things we ask so that your stay is safe and lots of fun! The ranch is 532 acres and we have pastures, forests, streams and stunning views. Please check with us before going into the fields with any of our animals, for your safety and theirs :) We offer buggy tours of the ranch which is a great way to see the property and learn about what we do. On the tour, we take you to special secluded places, teach you about our sheep and give you a tour of our mill. The tours take roughly 1 - 1.5 hours, costs $100 and can be arranged when you arrive. Interaction with GuestsAs we are a working ranch, either Ariana or Casey are generally on the property or somewhere nearby. We do have other people helping us out as well so there will nearly always be someone around to help with anything you need. As much as possible, we aim to be there to greet you when you arrive and help you settle in, however if for any reason we cannot be there at a specific time we will make sure everything is ready for you and be back to say hi in no time The NeighborhoodCurley Lane runs through the ranch and offers a nice walk either inland down to Moat Creek or westward towards the coast and an easy walk to downtown Point Arena where you can enjoy fine dining, shopping, wine tasting and movies. The redwood forest near our ranch are a special place and a day exploring them is well worth the trip. We offer fishing and diving advice, a farm and/or mill tour, nature walks and forest ventures for an additional fee. If you would like to arrange this, please contact the host. Getting AroundFrom San Francisco & Bay area take Highway 101 north over the Golden Gate Bridge, and either take the scenic Highway 1 route up the coast or take 101 up to Petaluma and head toward the coast through Bodega Bay and Jenner. There is also a public bus transport system from Santa Rosa to Point Arena. Or enjoy a wine tour through Healdsburg and/or Booneville before heading out to Hwy 1. Other Things to NoteWe are dog-friendly but will carefully consider every animal that comes to stay as we are a working ranch with many animals. Please send us a detailed description of your pup and let us know if he/she is crate trained. Dogs are not permitted to be on furniture or left alone in the house and must be on a leash at all times. We reserve the right to refer you to Rebecca Golly's Bed n Bone pet boarding facility in town if needed (less than 5 minutes away).
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          The SpaceOur guest house is the perfect place to relax, refresh and restore. We're off the beaten path and up a private road, yet only 1-2 miles to local beaches, the Point Arena pier, and our quaint Victorian town of Point Arena. The ranch is quiet, whimsical, magical and peaceful. You may not want to leave the ranch at all! But if you venture out, there's alot to do including numerous beach coves, Bowling Ball Beach, the Point Arena Lighthouse, Byron Preserve, diving, fishing, point break surfing, kayaking, and fantastic redwood hiking. You'll also love the charm of our little beach town complete with our own Casari Mercantile, local galleries, classic movie theatre, a fabulous wine bar with live music every night, bakery, local shops and restaurants. We even have pet sitting with Bed & Bone. Additional excursions include Mendocino (botanical gardens, shops, fine dining, local art), Fort Bragg (Skunk Train, Glass Beach, timber museums, brew pubs, and more), and classic tiny coastal towns up and down the Pacific Coast Hwy. Enjoy wine and beer tasting in Alexander Valley and Boonville within an hour of the ranch. Here at the ranch we believe in environmentally friendly living, ranching and farming practices. Our lovely three bedroom guest house is furnished with antiques, books, DVD's, a wood stove plus a wall heater for a warm cozy environment. Each bed is covered in our own organic grown-milled & made on the ranch, Casari wool™ bedding and organic cotton sheets and towels. Each room features some of our family paintings and treasures to really make this feel like home. Tours: We offer buggy tours of the ranch that take 1 - 1.5 hours and can be arranged on arrival. The tour costs $100 (for up to 6, additional guests are $10 per person). Our tour is a truly educational and unique way to see the ranch, learn about our sheep, the wool industry, and experience one of the only wool mills in CA. We are one of the only ranches in the USA that grows mills and makes all of our wool bedding, rugs, fabrics and more right here on the ranch. No carbon footprint, it doesn't get better than that. The tour includes a visit to our private fern gully, exploring special medicinal plants, forests and our horse clan. We also offer Time with Horses which includes an hour of grooming, being with and learning about horses. Additional fee of $100/ hour. Or for those that want a private coaching session with Ariana Strozzi, founder of Equine Guided Coaching and Leadership & Horses™ additional fee is $295 per 1.5 hour session for 1 or more persons. If you are interested please inquire or request an appointment. The house can accommodate between 10-12 people. We have plenty of space outside, If you have a larger party we have a camper trailer that sleeps 6 and plenty of space for RV parking or/and camping. The guest house includes: - Hot water and a kitchenette (includes 4 burner stove, pots, pans, cutlery) - Electricity - Hot showers - Wifi / cell phone reception - Large front porch - Three bedrooms - Central heating and wood stove - Grill for BBQing -Fire pit for firetime and S'Mores Check in and check out time can vary depending on our other guests. If you need a different check in or check out time, just ask and we will see if we can accommodate you. We have seasonal veggies, free range eggs, 100% grass fed lamb available for purchase. We also have a store in town that features our Casari Wool™ bedding, home accessories, beer and wine off sale, and over 50 local artists. Guest AccessThe Farm House has plenty of room around it for romping. We do provide a map of the ranch so that our guests know what are our more private areas and areas that need approval to roam on or get a tour of. Curley Lane runs through the ranch and offers a nice walk either inland down to Moat Creek or westward towards the coast and an easy walk to downtown Point Arena where you can enjoy fine dining, shopping, wine tasting and movies. We offer fishing and diving advice, a farm and/or mill tour, nature walks and forest ventures for an additional fee. If you would like to arrange this, please contact the host. Interaction with GuestsDepending on our ranch schedule, we may meet you upon arrival or have you make yourself at home in the guest house. We have a guest book complete with our local recommendations. We don't like to have guests arrive after dark (on first day only) due to the ranch's unique nature, so please plan to arrive no later than 7pm on your first night. The NeighborhoodPoint Arena is located 15 minutes north of the Sonoma-Mendocino County border along Coastal Highway 1, a California Scenic route along the Pacific Ocean. Our ranch is located 1 mile south of the town of Point Arena. Point Arena has a small organic grocery and deli, liquor store, pharmacy, movie theatre, gallery, our own Casari Mercantile, deli, bank, gas station, herb shop, several restaurants, a bakery and coffee shops. The Point Arena lighthouse was recently made a national monument by President Obama. It is the closest point to Hawaii and the U.S. ran the first telephone cable under the ocean from Point Arena to Hawaii in the 1940's. There is a stunning ocean bluff walk between the town of Point Arena and the lighthouse. The wine country of Anderson Valley is within an hour of the ranch, if you like wine tasting, and also the Anderson Valley Brewery in Booneville for beer enthusiasts. The neighboring town of Gualala, just 15 minutes south on Hwy 1, boasts numerous, galleries, eateries, grocery stores, gas stations, kayak companies, etc. Mendocino, north of Point Arena is a destination location on the coastline and is well known for its art galleries, fine dining and shops along the ocean. Redwood forests are unique to our coastline and are a must do activity to visit. So there is a lot to do and see while you are here! Getting AroundFrom San Francisco & Bay area take Highway 101 north over the Golden Gate Bridge, and either take the scenic Highway 1 route up the coast or take 101 up to Petaluma and head toward the coast through Bodega Bay and Jenner. There is also a public bus transport system from Santa Rosa to Point Arena. Or enjoy a wine tour through Healdsburg and/or Booneville before heading out to Hwy 1. Other Things to NoteWe are dog-friendly but will carefully consider every animal that comes to stay as we are a working ranch with many animals. Please send us a detailed description of your dog and let us know if he/she is crate trained. Dogs are not permitted to be on furniture or left alone in the house and must be on a leash at all times. We reserve the right to refer you to Rebecca Golly's Bed n Bone pet boarding facility in town if needed (less than 5 minutes away).
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          • Swimming Pool
          The SpaceFor the family, this resort provides a multitude of options including the Rollerville Café, the seasonal pool and picnic area to enjoy with children while simultaneously relaxing with your partner. Go horseback riding on the beach or request a video and board game from the concierge for a laid back evening.(Wineries 10.0 mi) Guest AccessJacuzzi/Hot tub Gift shops or newsstand Onsite - Swimming pool - outdoor: Unheated Business center Concierge desk/services Dry cleaning/laundry service Movie rental - In unit (fees may apply) The NeighborhoodDestination Highlights This resort portrays a special intimate charm by being tucked within beautiful cypress trees just moments from the gleaming Pacific Ocean. For outdoor enjoyment, and under 25 minutes away, you can partake in golf at a highly regarded and challenging 18-hole course at Sea Ranch designed by Robert Muir Graves. Cool down oceanfront style at one of the infinite beaches including Arena Cove and Schooner Gulch. Within a short distance is Anderson Valley wine region. For dining, enjoy the waterfront seaside restaurants that are less than 2 miles away or explore the town of Gualala and shop the artsy boutiques. For outdoor activities visit the pier that is known for abalone diving and snorkeling. Directions from Major Airport to Resort San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is 140 miles away but it will take at least 3 1/2 hours to drive because the roads are very curvy. Recommended driving directions are: Take Hwy 101 North over the Golden Gate to Petaluma (Approx. 51 miles). Exit E. Washington St. toward Central Petaluma. E. Washington becomes Bodega Ave (Approx 8 miles), Bodega Ave becomes Valley Ford Rd. (Approx 10 miles). Take Hwy (1) North (approx. 68 Miles). The resort is 1 mile north of the town of Port Arena. The property is on the corner of Shoreline Hwy 1 (south) and Lighthouse Rd. Historical Areas (Nearby) Cinema/Movie Theater (Nearby) Cultural Sites (2.0 mi) Wineries (10.0 mi) Natural Sites (20.0 mi) Shopping (1.0 mi) (Swimming) beach (Nearby) Tennis (Nearby) Tennis Facilities : Outdoor Running track/path (Nearby) Fishing (1.0 mi) Golf - driving range (12.0 mi) Boating (1.0 mi) Golf (10.0 mi) Beach (1.0 mi) Golf - miniature (40.0 mi) Bicycling (30.0 mi) Post Office (Nearby) Medical facility (1.0 mi)
          Home/Apartment
          1br Home/Apartment
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          • Swimming Pool
          This is my timeshare, I only have these dates available: 2/19-2/26. Minimum is a 4 night stay, or book the whole week, either way it's a great price. Only $109/NT for 2/19-2/26! Beautiful Lighthouse Pointe, book today or contact me w/ questions.
          Home/Apartment
          3br Home/Apartment
          • Wifi
          • Pets Allowed
          • Parking
          The SpaceOur home is over 1,600 square feet of ocean front property situated on over 1/2 acre in a quiet and private cul-de-sac on Iversen Point in Gualala. Sheltered from the wind, our home faces south and boasts views of Island Cove and beyond. And the best part is that you will have private access to the beach at Island Cove. The house itself has 2 bedrooms and one den/3rd bedroom (with a full size futon) and 1.5 baths. One of the bedrooms is up a small flight of stairs and has a king sized bed and large windows facing the ocean. The second bedroom has a queen bed and an en suite 1/2 bath. You will enjoy views of the ocean from the den/3rd bedroom, living room, dining room and the fully-equipped kitchen. You can also lounge outside on the sun-deck, enjoy a BBQ, or take a dip in the jacuzzi. All in all, its a perfect and peaceful retreat. We are pet friendly, but ask that you let us know ahead of time (failure to do so may result in loss of some of the security deposit). Guest AccessGuests will have complete access to the entire home, grounds, and amenities. The front and backyards are fenced in. Interaction with GuestsWe live in San Francisco, but are always available by email and phone and can arrange for on-site assistance in the event something comes up during your stay. The NeighborhoodOur home is located right in between Gualala and Point Arena, just a few miles north of Anchor Bay. We are about a ten minute drive from both Gualala and Anchor Bay. There are many beaches and trails to explore, particularly Island Cove to which you will have private access.