Sierraville, CA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Sierraville

Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The SpaceCozy yet plenty of room for you and your family to relax. Uniquely decorated with period correct fixtures and furnishings. Great yard with antique apple and plum trees. Guest AccessFull access to the house, bedrooms, bathrooms, living and eating areas. The only place that's off limits is the garage, that stays locked. Interaction with GuestsWe try to give the guests their space but don't hesitate to call or text Heidi the caretaker if you need anything. Number will be given upon booking. The NeighborhoodPeace and quiet Getting Aroundno public transit Other Things to NoteWe allow pets but please note hwy 89 can be very busy so make sure your pet stays on a leash while outside. Also please, no pets on the furniture.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
57 reviews
Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceWonderful inlaw attached to the Big Red Barn. Sleeps two with room for a couple small kids on cots. Explore Sierra County, Ski Tahoe, Hike Gold lakes eat at the Fork and Horn for breakfast and Los Dos for dinner, soak at Sierra Hotsprings or just relax. The Red Barn is a unique opportunity to stay in the largest Alpine Valley in the Sierra. This fantastic location offers peaceful walks and bird watching on West Willow, rainbows after a storm, and easy access to hiking in the Gold Lakes Basin or Skiing in Tahoe. Full kitchen, outside BBQ, picnic area, long walks and fresh eggs. Enjoy your own space or come over and have a beer with us. Your choice. What's not to love? Walking or riding bikes to Dwights for coffee and fresh cinnamon rolls. Exploring and of course the new Sierravalley Lodge music. No public transport, but you can borrow mountain bikes. Well behaved pets are welcome. Horses are welcome with an additional charge. Guest AccessFull kitchen, outside BBQ, picnic area, long walks and fresh eggs. Interaction with GuestsEnjoy your own space or come over and have a beer with us. Your choice. The NeighborhoodWhat's not to love? Walking or riding bikes to Dwights for coffee and fresh cinnamon rolls. Exploring and of course the new Sierravalley Lodge music. Getting AroundNo public transport, but you can borrow mountain bikes. Other Things to NoteWell behaved pets are welcome. Horses are welcome with an additional charge.
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
A lovely 4 bedroom house on a 1400-acre working cattle ranch in a large sub-alpine valley in the Sierra Nevada, 25 miles north of Truckee. Private meadows and forests to explore, as well as a jumping off place for excursions in the northern Sierra.
hotel
14br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Calpine, this lodge is 8.5 mi (13.6 km) from Whitehawk Ranch Golf Course and 8.5 mi (13.6 km) from Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. Portola Visitor's Center and Big Springs Gardens are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Farmhouse
Farmhouse
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
Wonderful studio includes a full kitchen, comfortable queen size bed and full bath. Enjoy hiking, skiing, bird watching, soaking in Sierraville hot springs, and exploring Sierra County. The barn is situated on a 5 acre parcel and guests are welcome to BBQ and use the picnic area. Bed is a new Seely beauty rest and very comfortable! Enjoy the the amazing quiet of the Sierra Valley or head into Truckee to ski or the Gold Lakes basin for hiking.
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
Lemon Canyon Ranch is a 1400-acre working cattle ranch in lovely, unspoiled Sierra Valley, the largest sub-alpine valley in the Sierra Nevada, 25 miles north of Truckee, CA. The house has 4 bedrooms: 2 rooms with double beds, one room with a queen bed and one room with a twin bed (and a futon that can be used for a second person). The bedrooms share 3 half-baths, a large bathing room (with both shower and bath), and an enticing outdoor shower. The house has a high-ceiling living room with a working fireplace, a cozy kitchen and dining room (with fireplace), and a wrap-around porch where one can watch the sunset or dine under the stars. There is internet access, a Bluetooth audio player, a DVD player and VCR, and plenty of books, puzzles and games (but no television reception). In addition to exploring the meadows and forested uplands of the ranch itself, guests can use the ranch as a jumping off place for excursions to the wonderlands of the northern Sierra: the Tahoe National Forest, which borders the ranch on three sides, the Sierra Buttes and Lakes Basin, the North Yuba Canyon, and Truckee/Tahoe, all within 30 minutes of the ranch. The ranch is accessible year-round by dirt road and a 4-wheel drive vehicle may be required during winter. The ranch is an ideal location for a family reunion, a gathering of old friends, or a romantic retreat. Here you can enjoy the best of the Sierra Nevada in all seasons, in spectacular and rare solitude.