Upon Arrival: Beautiful ocean views from entry area and bedroom windows. Private 1st level entry to your completely private room and bathroom. Walk through the three foot high white gate past the garden area and jacuzzi to your private entry door with electronic lock set to last 4 of you phone number for entry. The Space: Comfortable queen size bed, large tv with Direct TV satellite and NFL Sunday Ticket, two chairs and coffee table, Keurig k-cup coffee maker. Bathroom is large with tub/shower and window that can be opened for garden area view. Small refrigerator and microwave. The Area: 7 minute walk to the beach through McVay State Park. The harbor is a 5 minute drive where you will find lots of great fresh seafood restaurants. Closest grocery shopping is Grocery outlet, a 5 minute drive. The Town of Brookings is a 8 Minute drive where you will find lots of other dining and shopping. Other things to note: Check in is 4 pm and check out is Noon unless you have made other arrangements prior to check in.
“Amazing experience in every way. The view of the ocean from our front window was stunning and the jacuzzi u dear the stars was the icing on the cake. The air bnb was very well stocked with everything you need and immaculate. Thank you for the great restaurant tips! You MUST try pacific sushi and the catalyst if you visit!”
Bring your own sleeping bags (pillows and bottom sheet ONLY are provided ) to this wonderful remodeled, small, Trailer located on 2 acres of Redwoods. Close to the Smith River and ocean. A fisherman's dream, or lovers getaway, located just N. of Crescent City on Hwy 101. Enjoy coffee on the deck and/or take a private shower under the Redwoods. Note the shower is a shared space for all guests to enjoy. Your hosts live on the property. And there are 2 additional AirBnB rentals on the property.
“Sylvia’s place was great! A cute cozy camper was the perfect stay to kick off our Redwoods road trip. Proximity to town and nature was perfect. She provided a space heater so we stayed toasty during the night. I didn’t have much for cell reception so I missed some key check in information, but it all worked out in the end. I was too cold to brave the outdoor shower, but I hope to come back someday so I can add that to another positive review.”
Imagine a tiny house tucked back in an acre of redwoods 400 feet down a winding trail. Dappled sunlight illuminates your private escape as the cares of this world fade. Built from a combination of salvaged old-growth redwood and upcycled materials, this is an unforgettable, unique hideaway. A surrounding deck, bank of windows, outdoor kitchen/bath, sleeping loft and propane stove for heat complete the package. Parking next door on our work-in-progress 1-acre permaculture farm! #redwoodtinyhouse
“The tiny house was a surprisingly fun experience for my husband and I. David and Hope thought of everything, in terms of comfort and amenities. The house sits on a secluded piece of the owners property that has many Redwoods. Although it is a private location, it is not completely secluded from the sounds of civilization. They responded quickly with any questions or concerns and were gracious hosts. The tiny house was very clean and tastefully decorated.”