On the banks of Coffee Creek, this mountain home and cabin offer outdoor recreation and the tranquility that only wilderness can provide. Meander to the creekside bench for mountain views or to hear the osprey’s cry. Day hikes and fishing abound.
If you'd like the house only (no more than 6 people) at $375 a night. Be sure to contact me and let me know, so I can adjust the price. If you have over six people, you must rent the house and cabin.
There is no longer a hot tub on this property.
The 3 acre parcel of Lone Wolf Acres is a lovely location with a meadow and pathways down to the creek. The two-bedroom, one bath home offers indoor as well as out door dining, a covered deck, and brick patio, suitable for barbecues and casual lunches. The house comes with a fully furnished cabin, including a queen-size bed, futon (also queen-size), shower and nibble nook. The price includes the cabin.
A stay at Lone Wolf Acres on Coffee Creek is an opportunity to unplug from the city or suburban life and enjoy nature. It is located an hour and a half from Mt. Shasta, two and a half hours from Lassen, two hours forty-five minutes from Humboldt, and five hours from San Francisco.
It might seem like it takes forever to get there once you leave Interstate 5, but choosing to stay at Lone Wolf Acres is choosing remote tranquility. If you like that sort of experience, you will love this setting.
Guests may lounge on the deck and patio, dip in the creek or swimming holes, or play games on the meadow. Trailhead Pizza is only 1/2 mile away and, in addition to wonderful pizza pies, often has music on their outdoor stage in the summer. Coffee Creek is the gateway to the Shasta-Trinity Wilderness.
Общение с гостями
You will be welcomed onto the property by our genial property manager and friend, who will not only guide you through the home and cabin, but also be available to assist you with any questions and concerns you may have throughout your stay.
Другие важные подробности
There is no cell reception on the property, nor in Coffee Creek, but the main house has a landline. The closest cell reception is in Trinity Center, 8 miles away or 15 minutes by car.
I want to reiterate that it is important to organize your shopping before arriving, as Coffee Creek has no major market, only a little community store that has incidentals, mostly. Trinity Center also has a community store that is currently a tad more well stocked, but it is not a full-fledged market. Tops Market in Weaverville (45 minutes away) and in Redding (1-1/2 to 2 hours away) are your easiest choices en route to Coffee Creek. There are several other markets, like Safeway, Trader Joe's, etc., in Redding. Weaverville has a great little health food store, but it's small and pricey.
5% Transient Occupancy Tax is required by Trinity County.
House and cabin cost per night includes $21.43 TOT tax
Main House only per night includes $17.86 TOT tax
Cleaning fee includes $7.14 TOT tax
Extra person fee a night includes $3.57 TOT tax
Lone Wolf Acres on Coffee Creek is suitable for up to three couples or a small gathering of 8 or fewer.
We ask our guests to be respectful of the property and quiet of the neighborhood.
Guests enter or swim in Coffee Creek at their own risk.
Illegal activity of any kind will not be tolerated at Lone Wolf Acres, including but not limited to, illegal downloading of content from the internet. Guest will be charged for all fines incurred from illegal internet use and any other illegal activities on the property.
No late night parties or loud music on the property, in the creek or on the road along which the property lies.
Dogs are allowed with host's permission.
No smoking is allowed in either building. If smoking occurs in either building, there will be no refund of the security deposit.
Fire is a serious threat during the summer months. We ask our guests to use extra caution when barbecuing or smoking outside.
The main house and cabin are on a sceptic system. Please do not put feminine products or anything other than human waste and toilet paper down the toilet. Also, no chemicals, non-sceptic safe soaps, or cleaners should go down any pipes, as it will seriously harm the delicate nature of the system. Thank you!
I am most at home in the wilderness, have paddled Alaskan Rivers, and backpacked extensively. One of my favorite wilderness trips was in the Trinities, which is why my husband and I couldn't resist buying this little slice of heaven on Coffee Creek.
Most of the year, I'm a gentlewoman farmer on the Central Coast of California, but I find myself spending more and more time in the lovely little community of Coffee Creek. Come see why.