We have 2 linked accommodations for our guests: an old “Cowboy Bunkhouse” and a “Tiny Home”.
A redwood deck runs between them. There is a full bathroom in the tiny home which guests in the bunkhouse access by walking outside across the deck to the adjacent tiny home. This means the two dwellings must be rented by one group. The two accommodations are therefore ideal for families and close friends of preferably 4 but up to 7 persons.
The Cowboy bunkhouse
Built in 1900
It used to serve as sleeping quarters for wranglers who twice a year were hired to herd the 250 head of cattle on the mountainside. Small as it was, the bunkhouse contained 6 fold-down beds and a working sink. Now it is elegantly furnished with antiques, a comfortable queen size bed and air conditioning. It is ideal for one couple.
The adjacent tiny home
Purchased and delivered in 2018
It measures 30’ x 9’6” and sits on wheels. It contains a full kitchen, loft with a queen bed, a full bathroom and extra beds for up to 5 people (2 couples and a single). It boasts air conditioning, an overhead fan, a full shower, a fully functional washer/dryer for clothes, a sink and toilet connected to a septic system.
Soaking Tub Garden
Our one-of-a-kind garden
Our beautifully renovated cowboy bunkhouse sits next to our fabulous tiny home and — a brand new soaking tub garden! This one-of-a-kind garden includes two antique claw-foot, cast iron, enameled tubs. An ample supply of steaming hot water is provided for them via a new on-demand heat pump system. These tubs are destined to keep our guests warm and well-rested after long, rewarding hikes on our bridle trails. Privacy screens made from reclaimed corrugated roofing from barns here on the property do their job. The tubs are completely private yet have expansive views south to Taylor Mountain. Relax! Next to the tubs are a new bathroom and an adjoining outside shower. They were designed to give guests the flexibility to rinse off before their hot soak. May we suggest a bottle of wine to complete the dream?