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Sequoia A-frame w/ a View

SuperhostSpringville, Californie, États-Unis
Cabane entière. Hôte : Nicholas
4 voyageursStudio1 lit1 salle de bain
Logement entier
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Arrivée autonome
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A 1960s A-frame cabin that sits at 5,620 ft (1,713 m) on the border of the Sequoia National Forest (not park) w/ views of the valley below. Enjoy the off-the-grid feel without sacrificing comfort. It takes around 40 min to get to town, but the beautiful drive is worth the amazing view & wood burning stove.

Comfortably sleeps 4 people (1 queen-sized bed, 2 futons). Kitchen w/ essentials, satellite WiFi & Sonos speakers for music streaming.

Please do not forget to read "Other things to note"

Le logement
The Seqouia A-frame cabin sits at 5,620 ft (1,713 m) in the Sequoia National Forest with amazing views of the desert below. 40 min to town. It's more or less off-the-gride, so it's a perfect getaway for those who want to disconnect from city life. Here are some details on this gem:

- On roughly 0.5 acres of land. There are two cabins within view, however, they are second homes and they're usually empty. So, it's relatively private
- 1 loft bedroom
- 1 bathroom
- 1 wood-fired stove w/ firewood available
- 860 square feet
- 1 living room with a 42" flat screen (not pictured) and new couches/chairs
- Audio-Technica record player w/ 2 Sonos speakers in the house (feel free to bring your own records) or you can just stream music from your phone
- Internet-enabled TV w/ Amazon Fire
- WiFi throughout house
- 4 electric wall heaters w/ a wood burning stove
- I'm allergic to dogs and cats, so I don’t allow animals since I stay in the cabin quite frequently, however, I’m amenable to allowing certain hypoallergenic breeds. Feel free to message me if you have any questions
- Plenty of hiking trails nearby and a beautiful lookout from Blue Ridge just a short 0.3 mi walk down the road
- It occasionally sees snow, however, I keep pretty close tabs on the weather in the area (specifically at that elevation), so I'll let you know what the weather is like. It shouldn't affect your access as long as you've got chains and an all-wheel-drive vehicle
- Since the property runs on a well, when the weather is extremely cold, I sometimes have to turn off the water. So you may have to turn it on and I've provided instructions in the guest manual sent via AirBnB. Additionally, we ask guests to be considerate of the water they use to avoid running the well dry during the dry season

- All you need to bring is your food (and drinks)!
- Coconut oil/salt & pepper for cooking
- Seasoning rack
- 1 oven w/ a stove top
- Completely stocked with cooking needs, including pots, pans, serving dishes, coffee mugs, glasses, cookie trays, colander, and more
- Plenty of cooking knives
- Enough forks/spoons/knives/plates for at least 4 people
- Includes a french press and coffee grinder
- Toaster (not a toaster oven)
- Dish soap, cleaning pads, and a drying rack (no dishwasher)
- Includes paper towels, oven mitts, measuring cups, and various other kitchen utensils

- Soap & shampoo provided (I currently don’t have shampoo for all hair types, but I’m working on that)
- Hairdryer never know
- Turkish towels (I'm on the minimal end, so I don't stock washcloths). For now, I don't have a washer and dryer in the unit, so you'll have to use the drying rack. For guests staying long-term, I can arrange to have fresh towels delivered with an additional cost of $30 per delivery of towels (goes directly to my caretaker)
- Toilet paper provided...just in case there were any concerns ;)
- BBQ grill available upon request

Accès des voyageurs
The entire cabin.

Autres remarques
- The cabin is remote!!! The drive is beautiful, but you will not likely get cell service and you'll want to stock up on supplies since it's 40 minutes from the nearest store. If this is not your thing then PLEASE keep that in mind when you're booking

- From October through April, snow is a possibility. It is advisable to have an all-wheel-drive vehicle with snow tires. Additionally, I require all guests to acknowledge that it is their responsibility to carry chains. I will do my best to help in anyone in a predicament, but I’m not responsible for anyone who gets stuck. Feel free to send me any questions or concerns you may have on the matter

- During the colder months of the year, there are occasions when I have to turn the water pump off (in between guests). This doesn't happen extremely often, however, there's a chance that you'll have to turn the water pump and open up the pressure valve on the water pump. It's quite easy to do and I've provided instructions in the PDF manual

- Due to the remote aspect of the property (and because of the wildlife), I don’t have garbage service, so I ask that you take your trash with you and throw it out on your way out of town. Guests will be charged $10 for each large bag and $5 for each small bag that is left in the cabin. This goes directly to my caretaker. It's less about the money and more about not attracting bears into the cabin!

- Cell service is very limited, so be sure to get have the WiFi code before your arrival just so you can be sure that you’re able to get in touch with me in the event that you’re having trouble getting in

- Access via lock box: Keep in mind that the cabin has bear doors that cover the actual doors, so you’ll have to unlock those first and it can be a little tricky since you have to unlock an encased padlock (it’s encased for security reasons). It may sound a little strange, but these kind of doors are the norm for cabins in the area. I have step by step instructions available through the Airbnb mobile app once you book

- The deck is in need of a facelift. It's fine to stand on, but the railing isn't up to par. I plan to rebuild it this Spring once the weather is a little more conducive

- The WiFi is through Viasat (a satellite provider) and while they claim it works well for streaming movies of 480P quality, I haven’t streamed any myself. However, it works great for music streaming, emailing, and general web use. Please note that it does occasionally go out during heavy rain and or snow. Unfortunately, this is fairly typical of a satellite-based connection, however, I've provided troubleshooting instructions in the case that this happens

- August/September are the hottest months and I do not have AC in the cabin. It sits over a mile high in elevation and I have fans, so the heat shouldn't be too much of a problem

- The cabin uses well water and a septic tank. Please be extremely careful and only flush small amounts of provided single ply tissue paper into the toilet. Also, please be conservative with water as we are on an artisanal well. Excessive water use during a dry season can cause the well to run dry

- I do have security cameras outside of the property, but those aren't for monitoring guests

- This is a romantic get away, however, my caretaker is not there to clean the aftermath of an orgy. It's a shame that I have to mention this, but PLEASE get a hotel if that's your goal. Otherwise, you will be charged out of respect for my caretaker and future guests

- Last, though the cabin borders the Sequoia National Forest, the distance to Sequoia National Park is quite substantial. I'm geographically close, but the road to the main park entrance can take up to two hours. If you're opposed to driving time then I'd recommend Three Rivers, CA. Additionally, Sequoia National Park isn't the only place to see the "giant trees". There are several Sequoia groves throughout the Sequoia National Forest and some (most notably those he Trail of 100 Giants) are said to be better than the trees in the actual park. The cabin is relatively close to Mountain Home State Forest and Balch park (both of which have a few very large Sequoia trees)

**If you are interested in booking for 1 night, please do send us an inquiry so that we make special arrangements to see if we can accommodate your request.**
A 1960s A-frame cabin that sits at 5,620 ft (1,713 m) on the border of the Sequoia National Forest (not park) w/ views of the valley below. Enjoy the off-the-grid feel without sacrificing comfort. It takes around 40 min to get to town, but the beautiful drive is worth the amazing view & wood burning stove.

Comfortably sleeps 4 people (1 queen-sized bed, 2 futons). Kitchen w/ essentials, satellite WiFi & So…


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Springville, Californie, États-Unis

Sequoia National Forest, Grouse Valley, Balch Park, Mountain Home State Park, Blue Ridge National Wildlife Refuge, Tule River

Proposé par Nicholas

Membre depuis novembre 2012
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I love to surf, snowboard and write/record music.
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I try to make myself pretty available via phone, email, or text. This is my get away when I can leave the city, so I hope you enjoy it! It's a work in progress, but it has quite a bit of charm as it is.
Nicholas est Superhost
Les Superhosts sont des hôtes qui bénéficient de très bonnes évaluations et s'engagent à offrir d'excellents séjours aux voyageurs.
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Règlement intérieur
Arrivée : Après 15:00
Départ : 11:00
Arrivée autonome avec boîte à clé sécurisée
Non fumeur
Pas d'animaux
Sécurité et logement
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Caution - en cas de dommages matériels dans le logement, vous pouvez avoir à payer jusqu'à 170€

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