My friends and I got relocated in a separate cottage that was pretty rustic, and had only two beds for the three of us, we had to ask for a futon but it was unfortunately inconvenient. Fortunately, Haiku and Pāʻia are wonderful towns, and Ho'okipa beach nearby is the best surfing spot in Maui.
My friends and I had a very good time at Sam and Marcy's magical property. I recommend site 2, which is more secluded compared to site 1, but both are great. It's a very peaceful and quiet place surrounded by redwoods. We could hear big birds flapping their wings. The communal fire pit comes with chairs, firewood, and an additional barbecue. Toilets are very clean. Coffee was offered to us in the morning. We really felt taken care of with lots of love. Thank you Sam!
We loved our stay at the yurt! The surroundings are beautiful, it's a calm and secluded place, ideally located on the way to Tahoe from San Francisco. The outdoor shower is fantastic. Thank you Anna Thea!
What a charming property, nestled in the Cohasset wilderness. Adorable dogs and cats, welcoming hosts, funny noisy bullfrogs, apple orchards, wild berries, and... Mosquitoes. But with repellent, we weren't bothered too much. The water temperature of the pond was perfect. There is a communal firepit, running water, and a guest house with showers. Everything was beyond expectations. I will be back!
It was my third time at Oz Farm and it's always an immense pleasure. Springhouse is one of my favorite cabins on the property. I recommend exploring the forest from the trailhead nearby. A solar panel on the roof charges batteries during the day that power the light you'd need for the night. The wood burning stove was a bliss. Don't miss the box of fresh produce from the farm that you can order ahead of time.
If you're looking for a experience in nature that's in between seclusion and comfort, I would highly recommend staying at Oz Farm and at Newbird Cabin in particular. It's very spacious inside, there is running water, a little kitchen area and a wood-burning stove to make the high ceiling room toasty at night. A short walk uphill from the communal house, yet far enough to be in complete privacy. Contemplating the stars laying down on the outdoor deck was priceless.
There is something special about Bill and Michelle's property. It's quite magical indeed. Everything was perfect, from the relaxing night within this beautiful eucalyptus tree to the delicious breakfast. Lots of art and creative energy at this property. Both treehouses are wonderful. Petaluma is a few minutes away and has very nice restaurants to offer for dinner.
We had a great time! The cabin is rustic, but has electricity and there is a nice fire pit and barbecue on the porch. Since the bathroom is at Ben's house, we felt a little bit like we were invading his private space but it's shared with other campers too so I guess it's totally fine. Ben is a musician and his house is amazing anyway. The best part is the view on the ocean all over his property. We went to see the sunset from the beautiful Ocean Cove which is literally a 5 minute walk away.
Our stay at FlipJack Ranch was perfectly relaxing. The hot jacuzzi under the rain definitely made our weekend!
We indeed escaped San Francisco during a very rainy weekend and this place made us feel very comfy—in between rusticity and luxury. A bottle of wine, little chocolates were waiting for us in the cozy room, already nice and warm thanks to Robin who had lighted the wood-burning stove for us already. We really enjoyed the breakfast both mornings. Not only is Robin very nice, she is also a seriously good cook.
The giant redwoods of Henri Cowell State Park are a short drive away. Enough said, I'd totally recommend Flipjack Ranch for a comfortable Bed and Breakfast experience in nature.
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