A true wine country farm experience.
Farmhouse atop hill overlooking vineyards.
Rustic, Scenic, Spacious, Private.
2 Bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms.
Huge living room with fireplace.
20 min to coast.
We provide bottled water for drinking as our tap water is from a well and carries a sulphur smell especially in drought season. There is no harm to drinking or showering but we want to make sure incoming guests are aware ahead of time.
While other local listings offer small rooms, we offer a large house on several acres for similar pricing. And we've recently made all kinds of new upgrades listed below.
Amazing vistas of the valley.
Majestic old growth redwood forest on our property.
We are nestled right between the oldest vineyard in the valley (Husch) and the newest (Angel Camp).
And we are walking distance to the world famous Roederer Estate as well as Lazy Creek, Navarro Vineyards, Phillips Hill, Husch and Champs des Rêves.
We are a comfy modest farmhouse with some quaint features like a wood burning stove and vintage plate ware. But we also have modern amenities like wireless internet, flat screen TVs, space heaters, washer/dryer, microwave, gas stove, and coffee makers. And we have plenty of games like Nintendo 64, darts, cards, dice and board games.
It's a farm not a hotel, so the property is kept pretty wild in its natural state. The grounds are lush and green in winter and spring, and dry and yellow summer and fall. Temperatures swing dramatically year round: chilly nights and warm days are common.
The caretaker lives in a separate house on the property and is available to attend to your needs with enough notice.
Wireless internet in the house.
Cell service good for Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular. AT&T is spotty.
Master Bedroom - 2 Queen size beds, 32" Flatscreen TV, cable + DVD player, large closet.
Guest Bedroom - 1 Full size bed, large closet.
Living Room - 1 Queen size pull-out bed, 46" Flatscreen TV, cable + DVD player, game table, video games, and fireplace.
Air Mattresses in hallway cabinet.
Plenty to do in the valley: wine tasting, romantic dining, cellar tours, brewery tours, hiking, biking, horseback riding, swimming, fishing (ocean/lakes/streams), kayaking, birdwatching, fruit picking, mushroom foraging, hunting, coastal drives, state parks, or just relaxing.
Backyard w/Pergola and Fire Pit
Interaction with guests
We do not live on-site but we have a caretaker who may be available if needed.
Other things to note
Fire Extinguisher - In Kitchen next to hat rack chair with mirror backing.
First Aid Kit - In Main Bathroom
CLEANING: Please leave everything as you found it. Leaving behind a mess will result in additional cleaning charges.
LAUNDRY: Use laundry machine sparingly due to drought. Used sheets, towels, and linens may be left on the washing machine or in the laundry baskets.
PARKING: Parking is available at the top of the driveway on the right near the parking sign.
WINE: If the wine fridge is stocked you are welcome to partake. A $20 charge per bottle will be added to your final bill. Contact us for the lock combo.
PETS: Pets are allowed on a case by case basis. There can be an additional fee up to $20 per pet. They must be well-behaved, supervised, and on a leash. No shedding and no sleeping on beds or couches. We have ducks in the pond so dogs are not allowed in that area. Damages or uncleanliness from pets will result in additional charges.
PHONE: Long distance or additional phone charges will be added to your final bill.
GUNS: If you wish to bring guns onto the property you must notify us in advance and provide written list of weapons and firearms.
OFF-LIMITS: The barn and caretaker's area past the pond are off-limits.
DAMAGES: You must notify us of loss or damage of house or property immediately.
Failure to abide by these rules will result in forfeiture of deposit as well as potential additional charges.
Thank you for your consideration!
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I am from the Bay Area originally. I run my company out of LA but spend significant time in both places. Travel is a large part of my life. So is good food, art and wine.