Amazing getaway in a heart breakingly beautiful setting. The little bridge cabin is primitive (solar powered lights, no electricity, no water, and your means of relieving yourself are a bucket outside), and you have to walk about 10 minutes along a roughly defined path, but once you get there it’s the most picturesque place you could imagine staying at. I would advise you arrive at the farm while it’s still light out so you can check out the route to the cabin in daylight. I would also pack lightly since it wouldn’t be fun hauling a suitcase down the trail.
Excellent little farm right after (or before) you come to Priests Grade. The working farm is lovely and the folks who live on the farm (mostly young adults interested in sustainability and farming) are as talkative as you like or leave you alone if that’s your jam. The lookout is an open air room at the back of the main complex. While it has electricity- the communal compost toilet and propane powered shower are a few hundred feet away. There is also a full service communal kitchen that you can use. While I wouldn’t cook gourmet meals (given the space constraints) it’s a great upgrade from a camp stove. And there is a refrigerator. Great location for coming in to the Park or for chilling before headed back to the Bay Area. A wee bit far for using as a hub for trips in to Yosemite but we did it (we decided at the eleventh hour to head to Yosemite for Memorial Day weekend). Closest to the Big Oak flat entrance to the park and Hetch Hetchy, and about an hour to the Valley with no traffic.