About this listing
The Point Reyes Tennis House is located on a quiet rural lane in the village of Point Reyes Station, just one hour north of downtown San Francisco. The home is one of two residences on a beautiful acre plus property. It features a full kitchen with all the necessary utensils, appliances and dishes set next to a large dining and living area. The living area with vaulted ceilings, large windows with expansive views includes a flat screen TV/DVD player, a pellet stove, WiFi, free local and long distance phone with comfortable seating to enjoy the views of the garden and the Inverness ridge. Two lovely bedrooms, one with a queen bed and one with a double, are on either side of the bathroom and the washer and dryer. All linens are provided.
Downtown Point Reyes Station, home of the popular Bovine Bakery, Station House Café, Point Reyes Books and the Saturday Farmer’s market at Toby’s Feed Barn is short walk from the Tennis House. The downtown features many wonderful shops and restaurants including Susan Hayes Handwovens, Zuma, Café Reyes, Stellina’s the Point Reyes Surf Shop and Flower Power. The Point Reyes National Seashore and bay and ocean beaches are just minutes away.
The property provides guests with a rose garden, a private deck, a brick patio with gas BBQ and picnic table and plenty of furniture to enjoy the out of doors. Guests are also invited to enjoy the private tennis court and the back yard bocce ball court. Children are welcome.
A two night minimum is required unless a $75 cleaning fee is applied.
Also, the county of Marin requires us to collect a 10% occupancy tax, which you may pay by cash or check after you arrive..
The Tennis House does not allow guests to host parties. Guests may have one to four friends over for a visit or a meal but must respect the neighborhood's quiet nature. Also, the county of Marin requires us to collect a 10% occupancy tax, which you may pay by cash or check after you arrive..
Because of the nature of the wooden structure smoking and the burning of candles is prohibited. Battery operated candles are available for use.
Grandparents Jim and Ann (see picture) are both retired educators who have lived in Point Reyes Station since 1972. Jim worked for the local school district as teacher, coach, principal and consultant for forty years. Ann taught in another Marin County school district before retiring in 2006. Together they built the Tennis House in 1975 and added the tennis court in 1987.