Quincy, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Quincy

Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceA cozy, sunny space with beautiful cedar paneling and a tiny extra bedroom if you need it. Access to a washer and dryer and covered parking in the snowy season. Guest AccessThe entire cottage is available for your use. Interaction with GuestsWe will happily meet you at our office at Ada's Place and help you find your way around the area, recommend the best places to eat and what to do for fun! The NeighborhoodJust a block or two to several good restaurants, Quincy Natural Foods co-op, 2 theaters, a nice wine bar and fun local bars on Main St. The Museum is also only one block away!
Home/Apartment
Excellent
18 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceDowntown Quincy, within walking distance of all the fun!! Our location sleeps two adults comfortably in a Queen size Murphy bed. We do have a sofa sleeper or floor pads that can be moved into the apartment upon request. Guest AccessFenced backyard for small pets. Apartment is a separate private living area with Kitchen, bathroom and bedroom area. Owner has pets living in main house, not in this apartment, but pets may share yard. Interaction with GuestsPlease feel free to interact with us as needed. We live in the main part of the house, and enjoy visiting with our guests!! The NeighborhoodLocated on Jackson Street behind the historic Courthouse in downtown Quincy. Getting AroundAll downtown activities are within walking distance! Refer to our Guidebook created especially for our guests!
Home/Apartment
Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The SpaceRecently remodeled with new carpet and comfortable queen size memory foam bed. Enjoy the comfortable seating area with swivel rocker and ottoman for relaxing; cafe table with stools for enjoying coffee or meals, and a wet bar/kitchenette for your use, that includes a mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker, two burner hotplate, and dishes, pans, and utensils for your use. There is a separate bathroom, off the main room, with a full bath and shower. Towels, shampoo and soap are supplied. A gas heater keeps the place warm in the winter and although there is no air conditioner, the ceiling fan and down slope breezes are enough to keep the place cool in the summer. Lot's of windows to enjoy views of the woods and creek below the property. Guest house and owners main house sit on 2 wooded acres, with a privacy fence between. There is a private parking space behind a fence and short trail to guest house entrance, which is on back side of house, so you have your own secluded entrance and sitting area. There is a moderately steep trail down to the creek and picnic table to enjoy the outdoors. We are a few miles outside town, but right off the main road. Come enjoy this private retreat, with no TV or Wifi, you can just relax and enjoy nature and wildlife. Of course there are many options in town for Wifi: coffee shops, library, etc. and we do get cell phone service on the property. You may hear an occasional train in the distance passing by up the mountain, part of the Feather River history. Guest AccessYou are welcome to relax at picnic table by the creek, it's a short downhill hike. You also have your own yard area with covered swing and table. There is a short trail to your entrance door. Interaction with GuestsWe would be happy to meet with guests upon arrival and then be available if needed. We respect your privacy and will take your lead on interactions. You can always reach us, we live next door, or by phone. The NeighborhoodQuincy is a hidden gem of the Sierras, about half way between Reno, NV and Chico, CA. If you are looking for a fun getaway please come visit. The historic county courthouse sets the mood for a quaint stroll downtown of several blocks with wonderful art galleries, bakery, many unique restaurants, movie and playhouse theaters, wine bar, and specialty shops. There is often live music on the weekends and many festivals through out the year. The surrounding area is rich in outdoor adventures, high mountain lakes, hiking, rafting, beautiful bicycling areas, and so much more. You can pick up picnic supplies or groceries at our wonderful natural food co-op. And one of our favorite new treasures in the area is a brewery set in the woods, just 20 minutes away. Hope to see you soon. Getting AroundOur place is a few miles from downtown. And 3 miles to nearest store. Private parking area above house, behind fence. Lit trail from parking to house. Other Things to NoteOur County charges a 9% TRANSIENT TAX. We have included this in our base price. So you are really paying only $75 a night and I pay the county the tax quarterly. We're happy to support our local community. Owners house is close by, but separated by a privacy fence and entrance to guest house is on far backside for privacy. The house is just off a two lane highway and there is some traffic noise in the morning and an evening commute hours. The house is well insulated to not hear much, and if you venture down to the creek you won't hear at all. Sorry, but our place is not handicap accessible, bathroom access is a step down, there are porch stairs at entry and an unlevel path to access the house.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceYou will be staying in cabins built for the rairoad in the early 1900's Located in the historic community of Paxton Gold, Trains, Ghosts and RocknRoll Guest AccessPaxton consist of 6 cabins, 5 houses and the historic Paxton Lodge (currently not open to the public) Feel free to explore all the property, Pick some fresh fruit from the orchard, Explore the train tracks above, Relax on our beautiful beach. Surrounded by BLM land we have miles of trails and roads to hike and explore. Interaction with GuestsWe have a on site manager to help you with information, directions, or any thing that you might need or have forgotten The NeighborhoodSpend some time relaxing on the beach. If you have extra time be sure to visit Indian Falls, Butterfly Valley, Mount Huff and Crystal lake Other Things to NoteWell behaved dogs are always welcome. BBQ's and Fire pits are available for your use , enjoyment and smores Our septic system is old and fragile only flush business and TP. no sanitary products,towelettes or wet wipes please. There are other cabins in near proximity. so please be mindful of noise. And yes we have trains, they pass on their own schedule... even at night..
Home/Apartment
Good
49 reviews
Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpacePaxton consist of 6 cabins, 5 houses and the historic Paxton Lodge. Guest AccessFeel free to explore all the property, Pick some fresh fruit from the orchard, Explore the train tracks above, Relax on our beautiful beach. Surrounded by BLM land we have miles of trails and roads to hike and explore Interaction with GuestsWe have a on site manager to help you with information, directions, or any thing that you might need or have forgotten The NeighborhoodSpend some time relaxing on the beach. If you have extra time be sure to visit Indian Falls, Butterfly Valley, Mount Huff and Crystal lake Other Things to NoteWell behaved dogs are always welcome. BBQ's and Fire pits are available for your use , enjoyment and smores Our septic system is old and fragile only flush business and TP. no sanitary products,towelettes or wet wipes please. There are other cabins in near proximity. so please be mindful of noise. And yes we have trains, they pass on their own schedule... even at night..
cottage
1br cottage
  • Pets Allowed
Darling remodeled 1 Bedroom 1 Bath Cottage on Main Street in Greenville. Pine floors, Claw Foot Soaking Tub/Shower, a Porch to relax on and view the beautiful Indian Valley surrounded by the mountains. Storage below for canoes, bikes and other recreational toys. Walking distance to the quaint downtown, with Grocery Store, Post Office, Library, Antique Shops and Restaurants. Fishing at Round Valley Lake, Swimming and boating at Lake Almanor and Indian Falls all just minutes away. Great Hiking, Biking, Fishing and recreation to be enjoyed by all. Located in Indian Valley, Plumas County in the Northern Sierra's. Less than 2 hour drive from Reno, NV. 3 hours from Sacramento with a beautiful drive through the Feather River Valley on Hwy70. The house sits on the main street of a small town. An easy walk to Library, grocery, pharmacy, Antique shops and a few restaurants. There is a train that goes by a few times a day that adds to the ambience. Parking in front with a garage available for kayaks, bikes etc.
Home/Apartment
Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceYou will be staying in cabins built for the rairoad in the early 1900's Located in the historic community of Paxton Gold, Trains, Ghosts and RocknRoll Guest AccessPaxton consist of 6 cabins, 5 houses and the historic Paxton Lodge (currently not open to the public) Feel free to explore all the property, Pick some fresh fruit from the orchard, Explore the train tracks above, Relax on our beautiful beach. Surrounded by BLM land we have miles of trails and roads to hike and explore Interaction with GuestsWe have a on site manager to help you with information, directions, or any thing that you might need or have forgotten The NeighborhoodIf you have extra time be sure to visit Indian Falls, Butterfly Valley, Mount Huff and Crystal lake Other Things to NoteWell behaved dogs are always welcome. BBQ's and Fire pits are available for your use , enjoyment and smores Our septic system is old and fragile only flush business and TP. no sanitary products,towelettes or wet wipes please. There are other cabins in near proximity. so please be mindful of noise. And yes we have trains, they pass on their own schedule... even at night..
Home/Apartment
Excellent
36 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThis is where I grew up, an unassuming little home on two acres of land, where the creek is just steps from the backyard deck. My own home is also on the property. The two homes are separated by about 80 feet and there is a long & tall hedge of lilacs between them, so you will have plenty of privacy but I am nearby if you need me or have questions! The house, which is situated between Highway 70 and Greenhorn Creek, is an hour from the casinos & nightlife of Reno or travel 75 miles to the charm of Truckee, and from there 15 additional miles will take you to the shores of Lake Tahoe. But the real treat is the beauty of our own county, Plumas, where outdoor opportunities abound, including golfing: Plumas County was recently voted the 15th 'Best Place for Golfers to Retire' and the Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club was listed as one of the best places (4.5 stars) to play by Golf Digest. Or how about hiking, biking, kayaking? Well, just 20 minutes from my home is the Lakes Basin Recreation Area, dominated by many beautiful lakes and the Sierra Buttes. This is a place where the trails are graced by beautiful lakes, rivers, streams & waterfalls and dominated by impressive rock faces, including those of the magnificent Sierra Buttes. The Pacific Crest Trail runs right through here and then on into Lassen County. Lassen County, where you will find Lassen Volcanic National Park, an almost undiscovered National Park and a real beauty. You will also be 20 miles from Bucks Lake, a local favorite. There are 3 resorts located at the lake, all with restaurants and one of which, Lakeshore Resort, has a deck where you can enjoy your meal looking out over the water. Weekends at the lake are often replete with live music. There are also boat and stand-up paddleboard rentals at the resorts. If during your stay at Creekside, you decide to take advantage of a night or two of camping in one of our campgrounds, or at Lassen National Park, or even if you want to trot off for a little gambling in Reno (where you can get a room for $40 or $50), save your receipt for the night you stay away from Creekside and I'll deduct that amount (the actual amount you spent per night, up to $60/night) from what you've paid me for the stay here, at Creekside! So, whether you get here by traveling up the sleepy & quite lovely Feather River Canyon on Scenic Highway 70 or if you travel here by way of I-80 over the awe-inspiring Donner Pass (go to Truckee and then turn west onto Highway 89, my favorite local road), you will have come to a slice of paradise. Truly not enough can be said about the beauty of Plumas County, come experience the tranquility. Guest AccessThe creek is right there for you to enjoy. Out the living room door is a deck that looks over the creek and there is also a small concrete deck right next to the creek, a nice place for a morning cuppa. The kitchen has a breakfast nook that looks out over the creek, a charming space! Perhaps one night you'd like to flip that switch right there, the one on the wall near the table, turning on the spotlight and lighting up the creek and backyard. Ahhh, now, fix yourself a cup of hot chocolate and watch the river flow. Interaction with GuestsI will be available, and am pleased to be available, to give advice on my favorite hiking & biking trails in the area. You will find within the home a folder with 1) Forest Service brochures that locate and describe many of the trails and other outdoor opportunities available to you and 2), menus from our local restaurants and 3), the movie schedule from our theater. The NeighborhoodYour only neighbor will be me and the wildlife! The property is surrounded on three sides by Plumas National Forest and is quite peaceful yet only 2 miles from East Quincy and 6 from downtown Quincy. Getting AroundThere is a public bus that operates between Quincy, Chester and Portola. Other Things to NoteFYI: The nightly price includes the 9% occupancy tax that Plumas County requires. So you're actually renting the whole home for $118.30/night and then I have to tack on the occupancy tax of $11.70/night = $130/night. Again, just FYI. (Note: I do lower the nightly price for Off Season.) There is no television per se but there is a tv set with a DVD player and VHS player accompanied by a small DVD/VHS library. Most cell phones seem to work here (with Verizon working the best), but if yours doesn't, I can hook up an extension to my home phone. There is a covered garage with two stalls, one for your car and one for mine. The nearest grocery store is 2 miles away. And, if you're coming for FRC's graduation ceremonies, the college is 7 miles from your accommodation. Or High School graduation: 5 miles from the high school. Plumas County experiences coldish nights in the summer, I would keep that in mind when packing!
house
Excellent
2 reviews
3br house
    This is a large 3 Bedroom Home Master Bedroom with Private Bathroom and a New Queen Bed. Full kitchen and livingroom with wood stove, Cable TV and WiFi. My home is in town walk to shopping and local restaurants. Pet friendly home with additional deposit. New Carpet and paint throughout. A very nice place to hangout in Quincy. The home has 2 other bedrooms that can accommodate up to 8 guests for a small additional fee. Perfect rental for the summer Music Festival. This Home has New Carpet, Trim, Doors, Windows, Bathroom Sinks, Toilets and Tile. Completely Remodeled and ready for your stay. In the kitchen we have new appliances, dishes, microwave and cookware.
    Cottage
    1br Cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    Darling remodeled 1 Bedroom 1 Bath Cottage on Main Street in Greenville. Pine floors, Claw Foot Soaking Tub/Shower, a Porch to relax on and view the beautiful Indian Valley surrounded by the mountains. Storage below for canoes, bikes and other recreational toys. Walking distance to the quaint downtown, with Grocery Store, Post Office, Library, Antique Shops and Restaurants. Fishing at Round Valley Lake, Swimming and boating at Lake Almanor and Indian Falls all just minutes away. Great Hiking, Biking, Fishing and recreation to be enjoyed by all.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    2 reviews
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    This is a large 3 Bedroom Home Master Bedroom with Private Bathroom and a New Queen Bed. Full kitchen and livingroom with wood stove, Cable TV and WiFi. My home is in town walk to shopping and local restaurants. Pet friendly home with additional deposit. New Carpet and paint throughout. A very nice place to hangout in Quincy. The home has 2 other bedrooms that can accommodate up to 8 guests for a small additional fee. Perfect rental for the summer Music Festival. This Home has New Carpet, Trim, Doors, Windows, Bathroom Sinks, Toilets and Tile. Completely Remodeled and ready for your stay. In the kitchen we have new appliances, dishes, microwave and cookware.
    hotel
    23br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Enjoy your visit to Meadow Valley with a stay at Bucks Lake Lodge. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    11 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpacePerfect cozy cottage for a single or couple to recharge and retreat or make an adventure exploring the beautiful Northern Sierras Indian Valley. Guest AccessThe home and garage below for storage of bikes or other toys. Interaction with GuestsThe property manager is close by to answer any questions once you have arrived. Their contact information is in the home. The NeighborhoodCountry setting, walkable and part of a old western mining and lumber mill town. Quaint and warm with friendly residences.
    Home/Apartment
    Good
    8 reviews
    4br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The SpaceThis custom home, built by the owner, is situated on 15 peaceful acres just minutes from Quincy, CA. Downstairs consists of a living room open to a kitchen/bar, which supplies the basics for a meal in, but is not extensively stocked for baking, and an eat-in nook, with an additional dedicated dining area. The master suite is also on the ground floor, with a generously appointed bathroom which includes a large jacuzzi tub and dual headed shower. Additional downstairs rooms include a half bath and foyer. Upstairs you will find a large bedroom with two dormers and smaller bunkroom, as well as a small nook with a twin bed and full bathroom with jacuzzi. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to use the wireless or enjoy Netflix from the living room. It is important to note that the Internet and Netflix is via a satellite mounted in a tree and subject to disruption from weather and/or use over the maximum data limit. The backyard offers a nice place to relax, entertain or simply take in the natural scenery. Interaction with GuestsInitially upon check-in and when needed. The NeighborhoodDelightful setting in the pines, just back from a picturesque ranch and with easy access to town or endless trails. Getting AroundWhile public transit is limited, the proximity to town makes getting around easy. The property also has ample parking. Other Things to NoteAs a way of continuing to occasionally enjoy our dream home, we built just under 10 years ago, we are eager to share it's tranquil beauty and setting, but are hopeful that our guests will tread lightly during their stay, as we cherish even the smallest details, both inside and out.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceThis property represents everything I fantasized about when living in an urban environment. Private, several wooded acres and amazing views. We are happy to share this space with others as it has brought so much joy to us over the years. We feel confident you will feel the same. You can hike or mountain bike right out the back door on the many miles of Forest Service trails. We do have framed maps for you to review when deciding on a route. The home is nicely furnished with a well appointed kitchen. When in the hot tub, it feels like you are in a tree house as you look out to the view through the trees. Ah, the view. It will take your breathe away! The word "Stunning" is not an understatement. Whether you want a quiet private experience or are a business traveler, this place will work for you. We have hosted both types of guests and all have enjoyed thus far. Guest AccessFinding the turn off requires a bit of attention. Look for the red mailbox with the address. When you turn off the highway and onto the paved driveway, drive slow as you will be going through my neighbors property and driving right by their house. Follow the driveway and stay to the left of their house. Once behind their house, the road turns to dirt/gravel. Slowly follow that road to the top where it terminates at the house. There is a lock box under the porch light to the left of the door. Guests will be provided with the combination once a booking is confirmed. You are welcome to roam the grounds and mindfully harvest from our small organic garden when food is available. It is critical that you keep the gate closed as the deer can eat the entire garden in one night. Also, do no turn off any hose spigots as they are on timers which water the garden and other areas. Thank you. Interaction with GuestsWe are totally hands off. We do not live on the property so you will have the space to yourself. There are times, however, when we may need to briefly visit the property during your stay for maintenance or other issues, but we do not come up to the house. Our goal is to give you complete privacy, but in the rare event we need to access the property (i. e. plowing the road or gardening), we will notify you via text or email. If you have any questions, or there is a problem with the home or you have questions about the area, please give us a call. We are happy to assist you with anything that comes to mind. That includes us driving up to the house to go over any aspect of the space you are unsure of. Our personal cells are (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Robert , (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Leslie. The NeighborhoodNo visible neighbors. Private forested setting with amazing views. Just 3 miles outside of downtown Quincy. 1.5 miles away from Feather River College. 0 Miles away from a private, peaceful and serene setting. Other Things to NoteDuring the winter months, as we are in the Sierras, we can and do get snow. There is a gravel road leading up to the home. If there is snow on the ground or a snow storm hits during your stay, you will need an AWD vehicle and or snow chains. If it dumps during your stay, we will plow the road with the tractor that is kept on the property. Rain events are much more common than snow however we do get snow. We will address this with each of you during winter bookings. The home has two sources of heat. A gas furnace and a wood stove. During the cold, winter months, you will need to be comfortable using the wood stove. We can walk you through the process if you have any questions about this. Know however that it is pretty simple and the fire adds to the already romantic vibe.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Parking
    The SpaceA cozy, space with tons of natural light, our home is comfortable and relaxed. There are two bedrooms, one with a double sized loft bed, and the other with bunk beds (one single and one double sized.) We have bathtub and shower, and washing machine for your use. Well equipped kitchen and we're located walking distance (2 blocks!) to the local farmers' market. Guest AccessYou'll have the whole house. Interaction with GuestsI will be available if you need any recommendations or help with the house while you're here.
    studio
    -1br studio
    • Pets Allowed
    Large, comfortable studio apartment with a queen bed, leather furnishings, a work space, printer / scanner and private courtyard. Also includes stemware, stainless cookware, chef's knives, apartment size stove and oven, microwave, Keurig coffee maker, coffee's, tea's, herb's, paper products and a 42 inch flat screen TV . One block of downtown Quincy, shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Dogs accepted with prior authorization.
    Retreat
    1br Retreat
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    We are just a couple minutes from town. This beautiful cabin with pine interior and gorgeous views has its own fenced lawn area and private patio. It is located on a working cattle ranch and the ranch's 450 acres are yours to explore. The property is great for hiking, bird watching, relaxing at the water's edge or enjoying the country life. Farm fresh eggs are available upon request. Our property is perfect for everyone.
    Studio
    -1br Studio
    • Pets Allowed
    Large, comfortable studio apartment with a queen bed, leather furnishings, a work space, printer / scanner and private courtyard. Also includes stemware, stainless cookware, chef's knives, apartment size stove and oven, microwave, Keurig coffee maker, coffee's, tea's, herb's, paper products and a 42 inch flat screen TV . One block of downtown Quincy, shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Dogs accepted with prior authorization.
    Home/Apartment
    Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    • Wifi
    Stay in a contemporary attic loft apartment in historic downtown Quincy. The home was built in 1906 and completely remodeled into 3 apartments in 2010. New kitchens, bathrooms, floors, lighting and fans. Inside the traditonal exterior you will find a large contemporary, high-ceilinged, attic space with lots of nooks and interesting dormers. It is furnished with mid-century furniture and art collected by the owner. This location is ideal because it is steps away from Main Street where most of the restaurants, galleries, theatres, banks, book store and many other interesting businesses are located. You will find a binder in the apartment describing the many businesses in Quincy and the surrounding area. In addition, Quincy is in the center of a myriad of outdoor recreation areas. Fishing, hunting, boating, snowmobiling, mountain biking, road cycling and hiking are just a few of the opportunities you'll have in this beautiful place. Also check out the many local events, Farmer's Market (held on Thursdays from June through mid-September) and live music. Keywords: large flat, studio, modern with mid-century furnishings, historic house, newly remodeled, steps from Main Street restaurants, cinema, shops and galleries,
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    This Meadow Valley private mountain house is on nearly Three acres that has creek frontage year round (the creek will put you to sleep) and the Plumas National Forest. There are many trails leaving from the property into the forest. Bring your horses, because there is over an acre fenced for them. Storing the boat or horse trailer during your stay is not a problem. There are many top-notch lakes (7 miles to Bucks Lake) for boating, fishing, beautiful golf courses (45 minutes to Graeagle - 4 world class golf courses) hunting, or any type of recreation minutes away. The house is about 2 hours north west of Reno or 1 1/2 hours north east of Oroville, CA. Every inch of this 2,000 square foot home is very comfortable and feels very homey... The bathrooms are small as is the kitchen, but everything works nice... This unique private estate, is tucked off the main road (Bucks Lake Hwy) in a park-like setting of beautiful trees and openness - offering visitors privacy and seclusion not found in many properties. Keywords: House
    Cottage
    3br Cottage
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    This unique cottage boasts of 200 feet of secluded creek-frontage on Spanish Creek, and two plus acres of your own private estate. The cottage is tucked off the main road (Hwy.70) in a park-like setting of lawn and beautiful landscaping - offering visitors privacy and seclusion not found in many properties. This is a true get-away! Just minutes from the town of Quincy, this home is off the beaten path, yet as close to civilization as you want or need to be. Quincy is the county seat for Plumas County, and has a small-town charm all its own. It offers a movie theatre, bowling alley, two grocery stores, as well as a wonderful natural healthfood store. Quincy is a railroad town and the train runs up this beautiful river canyon on its way through the Sierra Nevada Range. In fact, many of our visitors stay just for the trains, and those who didn't know about them leave entranced. We love the trains, it's like having your own giant train set in the backyard! The trestle is legendary - on the highway you will see train buffs waiting to catch a glimpse of a train crossing the Keddie Wye trestle. You can enjoy a piece of this history right from your yard. Well water contains some iron and manganese and although it is considered potable, we supply you with Sparkletts water for your drinking needs. Spring and fall offer excellent trout fishing in front of the property; and can be a fly fisherman's paradise at times. Just minutes from the town of Quincy, the home is private, yet as close to stores and local events. Summer offers warm, sunny weather with unlimited recreation, creeks and lakes for swimming, plus the High Sierra Music Festival and a County Fair. Check out Gansner Park on the left as you head into town; or visit the best swimming hole and rope swing in Plumas County. Its great for kids - big and small. This get-away cottage is centrally located in Plumas County. It is within a 30 minute drive of Antelope and Bucks Lake, and is only 45 minutes from Lake Almanor. All three offer water-skiing, fishing, and camping. Quincy and the surrounding area are a perfect location for bicyclist of all levels. For beginners or family cruising, Chandler road (five minute drive from cottage) offers a flat loop around the North side of Quincy - with several swimming holes on Spanish Creek to cool off in during your ride. This flat and very scenic tour is on a true country road and is a great ride for the whole family! For the more experienced rider, the Quincy LaPorte is a 60 mile out and back - with a major summit climb. Greenville and Taylorsville also offer some of the finest cycling in the Sierras, and are within a 15-minute drive of the cottage. Both of these rides are absolutely beautiful and free any hectic traffic. For White water enthusiasts, the North Fork of the Feather River has scheduled Summer releases which provide for good summer water levels for kayakers and rafters alike. Spanish Creek also offers seasonal flows in the Spring,and is a great tube run to break the summer heat. You can enjoy day trips to Truckee or Reno, which are within a 90 minute drive, or you can visit nearby Graeagle or Portola which offer golf, shopping and a train museum. If all this isn't enough, Lassen National Park is just a two-hour drive away, and features bubbling sulphur pots and is one of North America's last active volcanoes. Whether you are seeking relaxation or recreational activity, this area has something for everyone! Note: This cottage is adjacent to two other private homes. Please, when visiting, respect the privacy of your neighbors. *** If you do not see the dates you are looking for please call for details on our new Loft Apartment in Historic Downtown Quincy. VRBO Listing #319995. Owner, Cecilia Reynolds lives next door and is available to answer any questions or needs you may have. Keywords: Cabin, Retreat, Family home, Fishing Lodge, Family vacation, Dogs, Dogs, Dogs, Sierra Headquarters, Central Plumas County
    Cottage
    Excellent
    9 reviews
    1br Cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    Beautiful Plumas County's Indian Valley remodeled downtown Greenville Cottage. 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, previous Miners Cabin updated with Pine Floors, Gas Stove for warmth in the living room, a Claw Foot soaking tub/shower combination,New Kitchen, Storage below for canoes, bikes and other recreational toys. Walking distance to many Antique shops in downtown with Library and Post Office and Restaurants. 3 miles to Round Valley Lake for fishing , 9 miles to Lake Almanor Beaches and Boat ramp. 25 minute drive to Plumas County's government seat in the town of Quincy. Great hiking biking and recreation to be enjoyed in the beautiful Indian Valley. Keywords: Cottage,Cabin,
    Cabin
    1br Cabin
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    Our cabin is 432 sq foot cabin across the road from the lake where you can water ski, jet ski, fish, look for bald eagles or osprey or just cruise. The bedroom has a full size bed, the loft has 2 twin beds and a twin size hide-a-bed downstairs. The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, oven and stove, and plenty of utensils. It has a propane fireplace and a propane BBQ. It has a large screen TV with DVR (there is no TV reception). There is no cell service, but it has a land line. There are two lodges with marinas where boats or kayaks can be rented. Each lodge has a restaurant, bar and general store. The area offers hiking (the pacific crest trail can be accessed in several spots), 4 wheeling, hunting in the fall and snowmobiling in the winter with many miles of groomed trails or boondocking, ice fishing, snowshoeing or cross country skiing. If you have questions call me at 775 813-1285.
    Cabin
    Excellent
    19 reviews
    1br Cabin
    • Parking
    • Wifi
    *Check us out on Facebook! Meyers Ranch Retreat Charming 800 square foot cabin located on 400 acre working cattle ranch with private reservoir, great hiking, bird watching and beautiful vistas *Excellent cycling roads with very little traffic. Lake Almanor 15 min away and 5 min from downtown Greenville *Many mountain lakes *2 hour drive from Reno, Nevada and Lake Tahoe. 1 hour from Mt. Lassen National Volcanic Park and 5 hour drive from San Francisco. * The cabin sits in a grove of aspen trees on edge of large meadow next to the main ranch house and barn. The cabin has it's own fenced yard and patio. *The two story cabin is charming with knotty pine interior and an open living room / kitchen floor plan. The only bedroom with vaulted ceiling is on the second floor. *All modern conveniences; dishwasher, stove/oven, refrigerator, microwave, gas fireplace, shower only. You will have access to the entire 400 acre ranch property with scenic vistas, meadow, pastures, woods, creeks and summer reservoir for swimming and kayaking. Wonderful place to take in birds, wildlife, relax. Great for walks, hiking, and nature watching. Friendly owner family is onsite and willing to offer ideas on travel and activities. Keywords: cabin, mountains, ranch, Tahoe, Mt.Lassen, fireplace, horse boarding
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    This is where I grew up, a small home on a two acre apple orchard, where the creek is just steps from the backyard deck. Two bedrooms; one bathroom; well-equipped kitchen with breakfast nook overlooking the creek; washer/dryer; dining room; living room with the backyard deck off it, which also overlooks the year-round creek. The house is an hour from the casinos & nightlife of Reno or travel 75 miles to the charm of Truckee, and from there 15 additional miles will take you to the shores of Lake Tahoe. But the real treat is the beauty of our own county, Plumas, where outdoor opportunities abound, including golfing: Plumas County was recently voted the 15th 'Best Place for Golfers to Retire' and the Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club was listed as one of the best places (4.5 stars) to play by Golf Digest and one of the Graeagle courses, Graeagle Meadows, is listed as the 5th best in California! Or how about hiking, biking, kayaking? Just 20 minutes from the home is the Lakes Basin Recreation Area, dominated by many beautiful lakes and the Sierra Buttes. This is a place where the trails are graced by beautiful lakes, rivers, streams & waterfalls and dominated by impressive rock faces, including those of the magnificent Sierra Buttes. The Pacific Crest Trail runs right through here and then on into Lassen County. Lassen County, where you will find Lassen Volcanic National Park, one of the less crowded National Parks and a real beauty. You will also be 20 miles from Bucks Lake, a local favorite. There are 3 resorts located at the lake, all with restaurants and one of which, Lakeshore Resort, has a deck where you can enjoy your meal looking out over the water. Weekends at the lake are often replete with live music. There are also boat and stand-up paddleboard rentals at the resorts. So, whether you get here by traveling up the sleepy & quite lovely Feather River Canyon on Scenic Highway 70 or if you travel here coming North over I-80, traveling through the awe-inspiring Donner Pass and then turning west on Highway 89 (my favorite local road), you will have come to a slice of paradise. Truly not enough can be said about the beauty of Plumas County, come experience the tranquility.
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    A Family paradise at 3225 feet elevation nestled in the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains! Located just seven miles from the Plumas county seat of Quincy, California. Here is where you will find this lovely home on the banks of Spanish Creek. Situated just below the historic old resort, mining community, and railroad town of Keddie. Positioned within viewing distance from our home is one of the seven wonders of the Western Pacific Railroad, the famous wye bridge trestle. The “Wye” and town were named for Arthur Keddie. Keddie was an engineer who pioneered and surveyed the route for the railroad through the Feather River back in 1909. Fast forward to the 1960s when Keddie was being transformed into a resort by realtor Clarence Arthur English Jr. who had purchased the town in ’57 with the goal of making it into a first class resort destination. One of the features that Mr. English developed was the “Swimmin Hole’ which were a series of stone stairs leading down to patios and built in stone barbecue pits on the banks of Spanish Creek. More than 50 years later the beautiful rock work and patios still exist and in fact have been reborn for today’s generation of families. This wonderful setting with its modest home is available now to be enjoyed by young and old alike. The home is a fully equipped, modern, and cheerful. It boasts three private sleeping areas. The master bedroom has a large closet, a queen bed, and it's own private bath. The large master bath includes a beautiful claw foot tub for relaxing, a separate private room with a large modern stand-up shower. Another sleeping room offers a double bed with antique dressers for storage. This room also has its own door into a full bath. The front of the house has another sleeping room that is ideal for children. It currently has a futon and a large blow up Aero Bed is available. Off this room is the laundry with a washer and dryer and storage area. The home has a fully stocked modern kitchen with refrigerator/freezer, cook top, double ovens and a dishwasher. The counter area also claims two high backed stools to accommodate seating at the kitchen counter. Off the kitchen is a sitting area for relaxing and enjoying the pictures and history of Keddie Resort in its heyday of the 1960s. Oh and the sofa is also a sleeper that can be made to sleep two additional adults or children as the need might arise. The dinning area has seating for six, while the living area has a large sofa and love seat just right for viewing the hi-definition large screen television that is artfully hidden when not in use in the large decorative wall cabinet and book case. Out the French doors by the kitchen and sitting area is a covered porch that spans the entire length of the house. Seating is not a problem in the numerous chairs, the outside bar, and bar stools that adorn the porch.
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    Amazing pond and gazebo highlight this beautiful forest landscape. The home is close to town and High Sierra Music Festival (3mi). Outdoor activities, including hiking, kayaking, fishing and boating are just moments away. Championship golf and one of Plumas County's local breweries, The Brewing Lair are just 18 miles away! The quaint town of Quincy has great restaurants, theaters, and shopping. Reno's nightlife is only 80 miles away. The home has all the amenities (including air conditioning - a rarity in Quincy). Create memory-making meals with friends and family prepared in a spacious gourmet kitchen and hosted in our beautiful dining room. Or just dine around the massive kitchen island that has been the centerpiece of many a holiday buffet. Because all four bedrooms have private en suite bathrooms, four couples can happily share the cost of your stay. This elegant home and beautiful zen like surroundings lend themselves to an unforgettable family holiday or delightful getaway with friends!
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    My home sits apx 3 blocks from beautiful and quaint downtown Quincy. Across from my house is Dunn's coffee house, the local health food store, and our Post Office. Restaurants are all within 1 to 4 blocks. On Thursday evenings during the summer you can enjoy going to our local farmers market, which also is a block away, you can usually hear the music from the back deck. This upstairs unit has been completely remodeled over the last few years. It was originally built in 1916. The back deck is a great place to sit in the morning while you enjoy your coffee, and maybe even watch the sun rise. If you want to be in town, but close enough to all your favorite outdoor interests, this will be the ideal place to stay. This upstairs unit is totally private, it's a wonderful place for friends to meet up. If you are on out of town business, this can be the place to help you not miss home so much. I myself used to travel with my job and found many of the places I stayed lacking in the comforts of home. Therefore I have made sure to add all of the amenities I missed while traveling. Keywords: Apartment, Suite,
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    This home away from home is an updated 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath house located in historic downtown Quincy and is in walking distance to the best that Quincy has to offer. It is just one block away from Midtown Coffee, Quincy Natural Foods and Papa Murphy's Pizza. It is just a few blocks away from the main shopping center where you can find Safeway, Rite Aid and Round Table Pizza; a couple of blocks away from downtown shops, bars and restaurants; and it is a short distance away from Plumas County Fairgrounds where the High Sierra Music Festival is held. 189 B Main Street is in a safe, quiet area, and is settled back away (behind another house) from Main Street so that most people do not realize it is even there.
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    This beautiful cabin is a 3 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath home 1774 Sq Ft with 630 sq ft basement.. Master bedroom is on the main floor with a queen bed and a walk in shower. Upstairs are two bedrooms and a full bath. One bedroom has a queen bed and the other has a bunk bed, queen on bottom and twin on top and a futon. large basement is the perfect area for relaxing and playing a game of pool. Custom gourmet kitchen with a microwave, double oven and dishwasher. TV with DVR (No Cable) Outdoor deck with a propane BBQ and plenty of seating. Bucks Lake has two lodges (restaurant, bar). markets and two marinas where you can rent boats, waverunners or launch your own. Great area to go hiking, fishing, swimming and boating around. Groomped roads to the cabin in the winter. Please call owner for winter rentals (775) 997-3754
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    With every booking 10% of all proceeds after fees and expenses for your stay will go to either the Wounded Warrior Project or the Wildland Firefighters foundation. During summer Fire season our home is open for everyone. However we do give priority booking for visiting Dispatchers, Firefighters or other forest staff on temporary duty and short or long term assignments. If you want a Home not just another hotel room. We will honor Fed Per Diem rate per room and adjust my cancellation policy to 24hrs to accommodate firefighters and dispatchers. For quicker response booking and to get the per diem rate you can get me on Skype or Gmail me chrisadamcik, for dispatchers find me on ROSS I'm at MT-HDC. Warm and Quiet 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Home. It is just a few blocks away from the main shopping center where you can find Safeway, Rite Aid and Round Table Pizza; a couple of blocks away from downtown shops, Quincy Natural Foods, Pangea restaurant for lunch or Courthouse Cafe for breakfast, there are 2 local bars and a few other restaurants; and it is a short distance away from Plumas County Fairgrounds where the High Sierra Music Festival is held. Come stay for a weekend or the summer in my nice clean fully furnished home. We have 1 king and 4 New Queen beds, New Carpet and Paint (3/2015) a wood burning stove and Oil furnace. On the back patio there are 2 BBQ a fire pit and a table if you like to cook out. New Windows, Doors, Trim, Toilets, Sinks, Tile (1/2016) the kitchen is stocked with lots of new cookware (12/2015) plenty of parking and room for pets (with pet deposit and additional cleaning fee).
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    Rustic cabin with kitchenette. Approximately 12X14. Hundreds of miles of fire trails to hike, quad, bike, or horseback ride. Short walk to Feather river for swimming, fishing, tubing, and kayaking. Situated on one of the most beautiful beaches on the river. Great trout fishing. Kitchenette include sink and stove. Microwave, fridge, coffee maker. Outdoor table and fire pit with wood provided. A/C and heat in cabin