Redwood cabin with a tent top in the middle of a 2-acre meadow. Roofed in outdoor summer kitchen can be used year-round. Nothing but peace and quiet other than the crickets, birds, frogs, and the resident owl. Relax and recharge away from city life. No tv, no microwave, no 120v electricity. The 12v lights and two usb ports are solar-powered. 25 minutes to Carmel Valley Villa
Redwood cabin with a tent top in the middle of a 2-acre meadow. Roofed in outdoor summer kitchen can be used year-round. Nothing but peace and quiet other than the crickets, birds, frogs, and the resident owl. Relax and recharge away from city life. No tv, no microwave, no 120v electricity. The 12v lights and two usb ports are solar-powered. 25 minutes to Carmel Valley Village. 45 Minutes to Carmel by the Sea. 50 minutes to Monterey. A little over an hour of a scenic drive to Big Sur. Enjoy the bar b q while drinking that special bottle of wine you got in the Village while relaxing in the rocking chairs. Kitchen is fully stocked with all the utensils you may need. Cabin has a private bathroom with a shower that has endless hot water. There is a $10 refund on site by owner for each person who brings sleeping bags and towels. The outdoor kitchen stays dry but can be cold in the winter. Be prepared...
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Redwood Tent Top Cabin in the Oaks in California.
Places to see near Redwood Cabins
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For a long road trip up the PCH, take a minute to relax in the country in this gorgeous camp.
Things YOU Care About:
-The drive out to camp is the most beautiful. Avoid driving in at night to maintain a regret-free life.
-The cabin is silent, private, and lovely. .... Well, by silent I mean SO MANY birds and frogs.
-There is reception enough to catch up on that Netflix soap that you have secretly been watching.
-The water is HOT.
-The kitchen is cute, functional, and clean. However, I'd recommend grocery shopping daily/packing ice for fresh and easy cooking.
-The bed is a full sized mattress- but comfortable and surrounded by the most perfect windows.
-The hosts are lovely folks and very helpful.
And things I suggest for you:
-Block out extra time to truly relax here. I know you are in a rush to get to the 17-mile drive and aquarium, but this space is better than anything thattaway.
-CLOSE the doors at all times. There are lots of (harmless) buggies that make it their mission in life to cuddle with you when you are dead asleep otherwise.
-There are several knives but I'd recommend picking up pre-cut foods if you are thinking of doing anything serious in the kitchen.
Cozy cabin with great hosts
Beautiful landscape, cozy cabin & friendly host. Sites are spaced out for privacy, but hosts are nearby if you need something. There is so much charm & craftsmanship put into the cabin build, even down to handmade door handles. We also appreciated the art, it adds a lovely touch to the atmosphere inside. Hot water is a huge bonus & the outdoor kitchen is wonderful. Lots of stuff to do within a short drive & a great area to explore. Would recommend to any nature lover.
Really lovely little camp cabin. Has everything you need to elevate your camping experience while maintaining the outdoor feels. It was so nice to have a flush toilet and indoor sleeping area while being able to prepare food outdoors.
The property is somewhat remote, tucked away from light pollution, providing excellent stargazing. I really enjoyed the peacefulness of this trip, and the hosts were excellent.
I stayed here for two nights and one full day on a solo retreat. I told Joseph I was pregnant and he and his family were lovely and thoughtful, making sure I had everything I needed and was safe. The cabin was cool and conscientiously hand-built by Joseph under a big oak tree with a full bathroom and cute camping kitchenette. There are rocking chairs and picnic benches, a BBQ and even a sweet patch of grass to stretch on. Excellent glamping situation.
Lovely location and cozy cabin. The drive up to the cabin is a bit twisty and some parts are narrow. The views as you drive are all about Carmel Valley. Joseph was very kind and generous, especially when we accidentally went to the wrong cabin. We never got the hot water worked out, still a great place.
The hosts were super friendly and accommodating. The cabin was great, especially the fact that it had an outdoor kitchen and the grill. The camp site is far enough from the others to feel very quiet and private. Even though I barely used my phone, I really appreciated having the USB chargers!
The nearby Carmel Valley Village has a quaint charm to it with some small markets and shops. Plus the climate is great there, even by CA standards!