About Rainbow Cabin
A perfect place for a getaway for a couple, or a few friends. Beautiful lighting, clean and crisp decor, Rainbow Cabin offers a refreshing yet rustic accommodation. A short five minute walk from the shared living space, this cabin meets anyones demand for rest and relaxation. It is a small hike uphill to get to the cabin, so keep this in mind when packing for your trip.Rainbow Cabin Includes:
- Wood burning heater
- Sink with potable water
- Two double beds
- Access to fully equipped communal kitchen (separate location)
Since we are solar powered, in winter, much of the time we do not have electricity. Please bring your own lighting :)
$20 additional fee per adult per night for more than 2 guests that can be paid upon arrival.
Booking notice: Availability is displayed one month from the current date. Please check back a month in advance from the date that you are looking to camp to book your spot. Happy camping!
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessibility: Park at listing
- Accommodation provided: Cabin
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out
- Response time: Within 24 hours
- Response rate: 80%
The vibe at Rainbow Cabin
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Wonderful, wild, rustic and restful. Really enjoyed my weekend at the Rainbow Cabin. Amenities we clean, and tidy, shared kitchen and bath house was fabulous, and the orchards, river and woods surrounding were just gorgeous. The staff were also very helpful, even if only sparingly seen.
If you're looking for serenity, nature and comfort, Oz Farm is such an amazing place to stay! Rainbow Cabin is a cute little nest full of charm and warmth – literally: the wood stove can rapidly overheat the space if it's not too cold outside. But the deck and the large windows are a stargazer dream. The compostable toilets are probably the cleanest I've ever experienced. This cabin is a 5 minutes walk from the parking lot and the community house. Don't hesitate to ask Margaret ahead of time for a box of fresh produce, it's worth it!
Rainbow Cabin is like something out of a novel. The wood is gorgeous, the sunlight streams in, the big window give stunning views of trees, and the cast iron stove gets the place toasty and delightful. After cooking dinner in the big house, we returned to Rainbow Cabin and lit a fire. I dropped into a state of deep relaxation that was unforgettable — I haven't slept so well in months. And when we woke up the next morning, I picked up a copy of Siddhartha in the cabin and read the entire thing in a sunbeam, with coffee that my sweetie fetched for me. You really can't have a more comfortable and beautiful stay anywhere.