Secluded Vacation Cabin with Modern Furnishings near Bakersfield, CaliforniaBadger, California (United States)
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This secluded vacation cabin is based in the town of Badger, California, near Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon while only a three-and-a-half hour’s drive from Los Angeles and two hours from Bakersfield. It sits on a 377-acre resort of tall trees and lush, green fields and features a classic cabin appearance from the outside, however, the interior has been warmly designed with contemporary furniture and original artwork in bright and spacious rooms. It can sleep seven guests in total with one double bed, two queen-size beds, and one twin bed that all come complete with cozy linens, soft pillows, and a comfortable mattress while the rooms themselves have carpeted flooring, large windows that boast mountain views, and bedside tables with reading lamps. The cabin has a full bathroom that is clean and modern with a large bathtub, a shower, hand basin, and a toilet with fresh towels provided by the host.
The living area is a vibrant and welcoming room with vogue seating and a flat-screen TV, ideal for movie nights in while the glass sliding doors open up onto an expansive deck where guests can enjoy an evening glass of wine and watch the sunset beyond the mountains. Delicious home-cooked meals can be prepared in the huge, fully-equipped kitchen as it comes with all major appliances, cooking utensils, and plenty of space for more than one chef on cooking duties. There is an elegant dining table for meals inside or guests can eat on the deck under the moonlight for the perfect end to the evening. Read More
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Game room
- Kitchen equipment
- Air conditioning
Guests are treated to an array of amenities that ensure they enjoy a relaxing and comfortable stay in Tulare County including air conditioning, a wood-burning stove, a flat-screen TV complete with DVD library, and a coffeemaker for that all-important morning brew. Guests also have access to a barbecue grill for those summer afternoons as well as free, on-site parking and free Wi-Fi at the resort’s shop. The hosts have made bicycles and boats free to rent to take out on the trails and the lakes while laundry facilities and volleyball courts are also free to use.Read More
Location + Surroundings
This property is located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada sheltered by lush forest just outside the town of Badger, California, in Tulare County. It makes for the ideal destination for those looking to unwind in serene surroundings and outstanding natural beauty while having easy access to top attractions and outdoor activities in Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon. Guests at the property will be able to explore the picturesque scenery and the spectacular hiking and biking trails on-site and beyond and in the evenings, the stargazing opportunities are out of this world. Badger is only a three-and-a-half hour drive from Los Angeles, four hours from San Francisco, and just two hours from Bakersfield. Read More
Guests have easy access to a number biking trails on-site and nearby, with the hosts being able to provide bikes for the trip, as well as superb hiking trails throughout the Sierra Nevada including the renowned John Muir Trail that passes through Yosemite. Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park offer visitors the opportunity to see the largest single stem tree in the world, General Sherman, as well as stunning hiking trails that pass breathtaking canyons, pristine lakes, and waterfalls. Water sports enthusiasts will find kayaking, canoeing, and fishing available on most of the nearby lakes while skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing can all be done in winter throughout Tulare County.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No parties
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel 24 hours or more prior to check-in.
This property is pet-friendly and guests should inquire at the time of booking about bringing their furry friends.