Cozy Vacation Rental with Stunning Views of Lake McClure in Coulterville, CaliforniaCoulterville, California (United States)
Cozy Vacation Rental with Stunning Views of Lake McClure in Coulterville, California
"We spent our 22 year anniversary here and it couldnt have been any better!! Accomodations, relaxation, food, view and surroundings were perfectly won…"
Situated on a working cattle ranch, this cozy vacation rental is part of a bed and breakfast located in Coulterville, California, and is ideal for up to two glampers looking for a relaxing getaway to explore and enjoy the great outdoors.
This splendid room features a comfortable queen-size, cedar log bed outfitted with crisp cotton sheets to ensure guests lull off into a restful slumber after a day exploring Yosemite National Park. The accommodation also has a private bathroom with a combination clawfoot bathtub/shower, a sink, and a toilet. LInens and towels are also provided.
There is also a splendid seating area with a plush sofa, making it the perfect place to curl up with a good book or enjoy a glass of wine while enjoying good conversation. The room also features a mini refrigerator so guests can store their snacks. Other amenities include heating, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi throughout.
Outside, guests will find a wonderful deck complete with two chairs where guests can admire the stunning views of Lake McClure, leaf through a magazine as the birds sing, or marvel at the twinkling stars in the midnight sky.
This rustic glamping site has everything guests need for an enjoyable stay. The host provides fine linens and quality towels. There is central heating and air conditioning, along with ceiling fans, to ensure guests are comfortable at all times during their stay. The vacation rental features Wi-Fi throughout so glampers can stay in touch with loved ones back home or stay up-to-date on their emails. Each accommodation also features a private deck where guests can admire the gorgeous surroundings.
Guests also have access to common areas, such as the dining room where a gourmet breakfast is served every morning. Breakfast options include omelets, eggs benedict, steak and eggs, crepes, chicken picante, and variations of strata. Fruit is also available. Between two of the rentals, there is a coffee making station with a microwave.
Outside, guests will find plenty of parking. There is even room for boats, RVs, and trucks, however, no hookups are allowed. Furthermore, guests can explore the vast acreage and admire the local flora and fauna as they go along.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Linens and pillows
- Lounge/Living room
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Dogs and cats are not allowed, however, guests can bring their horses. Guests can let their horses graze the property's pastures during their stay. Water is included, but guests must bring their own feed.
Cribs and highchairs are available.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Coulterville, California (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
Tucked away on a 200-acre property in the California wilderness, getting in touch with nature is a must when staying at this wonderful glamping site. Guests can admire the beautiful flora and fauna as they hike or horseback ride through the property’s rugged terrain. Glampers can head out on the John Muir Trail where they will be able to visit the cave once frequented by the famed bandit, Joaquin Murrieta. Guests can also venture to nearby Yosemite National Park where they will be able to bike countless trails as they admire Half Dome and El Capitan. Water sports lovers can make their way to Lake McClure and Lake Don Pedro where they will be able to go swimming, boating, and fishing. Those who want to try their luck can go to Jamestown or Tuolumne, two nearby American Indian casinos, after visiting the Northern Mariposa County History Center to learn about the Gold Rush. In the winter, glampers can make their way to Yosemite for great downhill skiing and snowboarding. Guests can also go sledding or cross-country skiing before heading to Coulterville to grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants.