Rustic one room cabin, with tons of charm, secluded, yet close to the town of Sonoma, restaurants, wineries and hiking trails (3 miles from the plaza). Cozy wood burning fireplace, Queen platform bed, bathroom with shower, kitchen with range, refrigerator, toaster oven. Leather lounge chairs, dining table, porch/deck with adirondack chairs. The property has horses, chickens, turkey, deer and many other forms of wildlife, and a stream running though it with a natural water pool.
There is also a full size flying trapeze rig (not for use outside of supervised lessons) if you would would like to take a lesson. Visit (website hidden) for info.
The cabin is a fantastic place to stay when visiting Sonoma. It is a drive up into the hills not too far from the plaza, but sits on a beautiful property. It is cozy and very cool in its internal design. My boyfriend and I stayed for two nights, and I honestly wished we stayed longer.
wow! my girlfriend and I arrived at night, which made it a little hard to locate the cabin, but the minute we saw the porch light beckoning us to its hearth--we knew we had arrived at a magical place.
The cabin is perfect for 2 people, with sweet details all around, a quirky decorative style that fits in with the land's theme, and a perfect soundscape of the creek as you lay in the sleeping nook staring at the trees.
My allergies suffered a little from dust, but the place was very clean and comfortable. As another guest mentioned, it was private on our first day, but when the trapeze classes start, be prepared to share your private porch and cabin with folks walking right by and looking in. of course, the trapeze artists' were exceptionally friendly and we stayed and watched and marveled. we are already planning when we can return. thanks for sharing your beautiful cabin.
The cabin is very charming and the area is incredibly beautiful and serene, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. One thing I would add tho is that the cabin could do with some privacy, there were only one set of curtains on the main door, the rest were wide open. I constantly felt that I had to find a corner in the cabin when I get changed. Even-though the cabin is in the woods and you'll be guaranteed to have a full forest experience, it would still be nice to have some privacy! Otherwise I highly recommend this place, a perfect get-away spot for a romantic retreat!
We stayed in the Rustic Cabin for 2 days and it was wonderful! Not to far from the town square and to be honest, just far enough to escape and be remote. The bed was super comfortable and the decor was fun and quirky! Margie was very accommodating and responded in a timely manner. I booked less that 6 hours of arriving in Sonoma. Next time I visit wine country, I will return to the cabin:)
My boyfriend and I stayed over the holidays and had an absolutely wonderful experience at the cabin. We were there for 5 days overall, so it felt like a home away from home for us. First off, the property is absolutely gorgeous, tucked up in the hills of Sonoma. Your drive up to the cabin features gorgeous views of vineyards and of the town itself. I would recommend hiking the Sonoma Overlook Trail which is conveniently close by. At night, we sat out on the patio and gazed up to the sky and were blown away by how many constellations you can see.
The cabin has everything to make you feel at home; a well-equipped kitchen, comfy bed and a small bathroom. A few things to note: There is a wood-burning stove, but I would recommend using the gas furnace near the bed, which will make the cabin warm and toasty. It takes a few tries to get it working. The shower controls were a bit finicky but you figure it out quickly. We couldn't get the lamp near the dining table to turn on, so we ate dinner by candlelight. Lastly, you won't get any cell phone service in the cabin, which is sometimes exactly what you need on a getaway escape. I would recommend this cabin to anyone. We will definitely be returning on our next trip to Sonoma!
This cabin is lovely! It had everything we needed and was very comfortable. For the most part, it was almost completely silent and we loved the peace and quiet and feeling of seclusion combined with being just a few miles away from the center of town. We walked up the paved road on the grounds at sunset and it was really beautiful. During the day there was some construction on the main house that was somewhat noisy and unexpected but it wasn't a big deal since we went out a fair bit during the day. We booked at the absolute last minute during a holiday week and considering that, the space was immaculate and ready for us when we arrived. I would recommend asking if the construction is over if you book in the near future, but if it is I would recommend this cabin with no reservations and would love to return sometime!
This is a BEAUTIFUL little cabin equipped with everything you need. We had an amazing time with the wood burning stove that heated up the whole cabin, the sunshine, and the silence... Highly recommended!
Great spot, lovely cabin. This cabin isn't really "rustic", because it's a wonderful functional space. Everything works well - gas stove, every tool you need to make a great meal, hot water for your shower, very comfortable mattress and excellent woodstove for those colder nights. A few things made us cringe though, and must be mentioned. The lack of toilet paper, the rotting expired food in the mini-fridge (full of expired stuff and rotting things) and cupboard (people leave things behind - OK but check the expiration dates), and the sheets that were obviously not clean (we found clean sheets in the blocked closet), very dusty wine glasses, all indicate the owners need to "check in" more often. The place was clean though. We did find a "delivery"of toilet paper on the deck the second might (even though we hadn't asked), so presumably they had intended to address the shortfall. Would I go back and / or recommend this place? Yes, I would. We actually loved it. There aren't many places like this and if you want peace, quiet, and a place to really relax and enjoy the landscape, this is perfect. But I would be better prepared next time.
Upon arrival to this little hidden get-away outside of Sonoma, my girlfriend and I knew we had found the perfect spot. It is a cozy rustic cabin way off the beaten path, just what we wanted for our 9 day trip. Even though it is small the floor space made for plenty of room. The bed was comfortable and surrounded by windows that allowed the morning sun to shine in uninhibited. The bathroom was small and the water was nearly impossible to adjust…pick from hot or cold, no in between. The rest of the place was laid out like a studio with enough room to maneuver. It even has a front porch (we didn't utilize it) that would be perfect for reading and sipping wine. Our host was always ready to answer any questions we had and was very accommodating.
Woud we return to this same spot again? Of course! The only part I didn't enjoy was the winding narrow road that delivered us to the property. But, the beautiful scenery more than makes up for it.
My husband and I enjoyed our two nights at the rustic cabin. It is a charming little cabin and was well equipped with what we needed. It was a bit chilly mornings and nights, being the beginning of October, and the wood burning stove there quickly warmed the place up. The location of the cabin is pretty secluded, and about three miles down a narrow road that brings you past some amazing views of vineyards, but is just a short drive into the wonderful town of Sonoma, which is full of great shops, restaurants, and tons of places for wine tasting. There was no cellphone or internet service at the cabin, but we were able to get service on our phones once we headed toward town. We liked being able to escape at the cabin, and then enjoy all the activity in Sonoma. A great experience!