Looking for a lovely place to stay with amazing views? At Mineral King Guest House, you'll feel like you're up in the trees or right in the Milky Way. We are two miles from the Foothills entrance station for Sequoia National Park. The apartment is about 500 square feet in two rooms plus a bathroom. It is directly under and completely separate from the main living space of the house.
“This is the perfect destination for a relaxing weekend getaway. My partner and I left San Francisco to explore some of the nature Northern California had to offer — we ended up extending our stay by an extra night because the house + the nearby area was so wonderful. Waking up next to a giant sunny window with a beautiful view of the grassy hills and sounds of a calming wind chime was a dream. There are also hummingbirds nearby the house and they stop by the feeders daily, which was great to watch as we had never seen them before. We loved cooking in the kitchen and it was fully stocked for all of our needs. Sue has everything prepared — spices, spreads, jams, beverages, baking supplies, even bottles of wine. The space heater made it warm and cozy to come home after a long snowy hike in Sequoia. We also loved exploring the little shops in the town — there was a great ice cream place along with many restaurants and grocery stores where we picked up ingredients to make dinner. Thanks for making our first weekend trip so special and memorable! We loved staying here and hope to come back soon.”
March is the most beautiful month for wildflowers. Because of the coronovirus the Parks are very quiet. No waiting at the gate and lots of parking. Inviting quiet cabin on the way to the Mineral King section of Sequoia National Park, and 4 miles from the main entrance to Sequoia National Park. The dwelling and garden overlook the Great Western Divide, wildlife, and horses. A/C & central heat. There's a great place to feed, water and rest your horses if you’re traveling with them, too.
“The Mineral King Guesthouse is the perfect place to experience the natural wonders that Three Rivers has to offer. Renee and her friend were very welcoming and friendly, and it’s clear that they’ve put a lot of care and consideration into making sure the space is well-outfitted. I had a few questions for Renee since we were planning our stay during the COVID-19 outbreak and she was very accommodating and made me feel safe and taken care of. This was the perfect place to relax - the bed and sofa were very comfortable with a lot of nice extra touches, including a dvd player and movie collection. It is important to note that it’s not really possible to cook at the guesthouse if you need any appliance beyond a microwave, but the host provided some snacks and a few amenities here and there. This just takes some planning ahead - we brought a camping stove and some food to cook. Would love to stay here again when we visit Three Rivers.”
Enjoy convenient access to the unrivaled splendor of Sequoia National Park by staying just minutes from the park entrance. Relax in the luxurious guesthouse that is within a 5-minute drive (or scenic walk) to riverside restaurants, a coffeehouse, frozen yogurt shop, and a craft brewery, but is secluded, off the main highway, and surrounded by open space. The hosts are area experts and will ensure every guest is comfortable while they experience all that "Kaweah Country" has to offer.
“We loved Sarah's place! The location is lovely - a little off the beaten path, which we really like. The rental itself was nicely designed and decorated. Although it's attached to the main house, we had lots of privacy and a large back yard area all to ourselves. The landscaping is filled with native plants and bird feeders, we could have watched the busy birds coming and going all day (goldfinch, nuthatch, titmouse and a big old hawk). Surrounded by native landscape, wild flowers and views, this was the perfect weekend getaway. We hope to come back in the spring when the wildflowers will really be popping! Sarah provides wifi but note there isn't a television, which we were totally fine with. She also stocks the cabin with tons of books about the area so we were able to get some research in about the area and the National Parks.”