This home was a beautiful find. We went with 7 people and it was very comfortable. The hot tub is an amazing experience, especially after dark unde...
This home was a beautiful find. We went with 7 people and it was very comfortable. The hot tub is an amazin...
Peaceful Cabin Rental with Hot Tub near Trinity River in Northern CaliforniaDouglas City, California (United States)
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· Kid-friendly · Pets allowed · Jacuzzi/Hot Tub · Barbecue
This cabin rental is located near the Trinity River in Northern California and can accommodate six guests. Please keep in mind that this cabin's daily rate is set based on six guests. Up to eight guests will be considered, but each additional guest, if approved, will have an extra fee of $16 per person, per night. Should the guest count exceed what is listed in the reservation, there will be a fee of $25 per extra person, per night.
The master bedroom has a queen-size bed with a log frame, as well as an ensuite bathroom and its own private porch. In the second bedroom, there is a double bed with a log frame and a sliding door to the river porch. The final bedroom has a queen-size bed, which has a mahogany sleigh bed frame, and a set of bunk beds. In addition, there is a sofa bed that folds out into a queen-size bed but is also quite comfortable for one person to sleep on without converting it.
The first full bathroom is located in the master bedroom and includes a toilet, a shower, a sink, and an oak wood vanity. In the central hallway of the cabin is the main bathroom for all to use, which comes with a toilet, a sink, and a combination bathtub and shower. Both bathrooms have tile flooring.
In the living room, glampers will find a sofa, a coffee table, two armchairs, a desk with a chair, and a 32-inch flat-screen television with DirecTV and access to Netflix movies. They'll also enjoy the book and game selection, as well as the stereo with an iPod dock and the Bose CD player/clock radio that are provided.
The fully-equipped kitchen features a gas stove, an oven, a refrigerator and freezer, a microwave, a toaster, a coffeemaker, an ice maker, a variety of basic pantry items, and all necessary cookware and tableware. This accommodation also has a wood-burning stove to heat the accommodation, for which firewood is provided.
Outside, there is a covered front porch with patio furniture, as well as a small front lawn, a gas barbecue, a Weber charcoal barbecue, and an outdoor dining furniture set. Guests can borrow bicycles from the hosts or rent kayaks or rafts. The hosts also offer free introductory lessons on stand-up paddleboards.
While this is not a riverfront property, the accommodation has views of the river, as well as the tranquility of being settled back into the woods, and therefore, more secluded and intimate. One minute walking from the cabin, and glampers will find themselves along the Trinity River, where they can enjoy the use of the shared river patio, which features hammocks, chairs, a fire pit, barbecues, a covered outdoor dining table and chairs, and a hot tub. Read More
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Bunk bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Outdoor furniture
- Shared Kitchen
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Shared Barbecue
- Dining table
- Air conditioning
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
- Sound system
Guests agree one of their favorite parts of this cabin is its covered front porch with comfortable lounge furniture and a view of the Trinity River. They have use of the owners' patio, fire pit, and hot tub, all of which overlook the river, which sits just 35 to 40 feet away.
At this glamping property, this cabin is located up the drive from the owner's cabin, and guests have a short stroll (less than a minute) to the shoreline, patio, and hot tub. There are strenuous hikes up the mountain out of the cabin's front door, or guests can take easy walks through the small community and across the bridge to the boat launch area.
- Laundry service
- Sports equipment storage
Location + Surroundings
- Bus station
- Health facility
- Tourism office
- Fuel station
- Train station
- Amusement park
- Movie theater
This cozy, three-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin is located at the end of a paved road, just off the Trinity River near Lewiston in Northern California. It’s 20 minutes to Weaverville and only 45 minutes west of Redding, but it truly feels a world away. This rustic cabin is perfectly positioned for fishers, kayakers, hikers, and people who simply want to kick back and relax. The Trinity River is renowned for salmon, steelhead and rainbow trout. The cabin's location is perfect for those joining the hosts for free SUP lessons, as well as paid kayak and raft adventures. Read More
- Bird watching
- Wine tasting
- Water sports
- Whitewater rafting
There are so many options for activities while staying at this cozy cabin. Free stand-up paddleboard mini-lessons and demos are available for guests on the slow and easy river, which has an eddy on the side of the cabins that runs slowly upstream. Guests can swim in the river or the nearby ponds, which have much warmer water.
Guests can kayak with one of the owners of the property, who happens to be the only person in the world to have paddled the Pacific Ocean from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, to Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. He offers year-round classes from basic to advanced. There’s no age limit nor fitness requirements, other than that guests must generally be of good health.
Kayak, SUP, and raft rentals and guided trips are available for an extra charge. Paddling Lewiston Lake is a guest favorite. The scenic route has a 10 MPH speed limit, and always stays at about the same level.
Guided kayak river trips include lessons and are suitable for kids about age seven and up (in doubles with an adult). Guided raft trips are great for younger kids, dogs, and adults who aren't up for kayaking. They may paddle or be rowed. The river trips are often cited as the highlight of guests' vacations.
Trinity County is also heaven for hikers. There are wondrous areas throughout the county, but especially up in the Trinity Alps. One of the most popular hiking areas up is Canyon Creek. Motorcycle-riding guests will be impressed by the roads in Trinity County. They are all excellent for motorcycles and lightly traveled. Even the road up from Redding is fantastic—it's one long series of S-turns!
The Trinity River is home to a fantastic array of fish, including salmon, steelhead trout, German brown trout, and rainbow trout. Lewiston Lake and Trinity Lake both offer excellent fishing, and the tributaries are very popular, too. Summer fishing includes rainbow trout, German brown trout, and salmon. In winter, the prized fish that attracts fly fishers world-wide is the feisty steelhead.
Guests can also go bird watching and are sure to see bald eagles, osprey, kingfishers, herons, mergansers, golden eagles, and many other species. Lewiston Lake is excellent for bird life. Don't forget to go wine tasting at some of the excellent wineries in Trinity County. One of them is located less than a mile away from the glamping property.
- Check-in: 04:00 p.m.
- Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed additional charge
- No smoking
- No parties
- Some spaces are shared
- As long as you cancel at least 30 days before check-in, you will receive a 50% refund.
- If you cancel within 30 days of check-in, the host does not offer a refund.
- If you cancel after check-in, any refund will be at the host's discretion.
- Refund does not include Glamping Hub service fee.
If approved, up to two more guests may join your party of 6. There is a $15.75 fee for each additional guest per night, after six people. There is a $85 cleaning fee, which is negotiable for one-night stays with minimal cooking and super tidy guests. Also, while this site is pet-friendly, there is a $15 fee per dog, if noted at the time of reservation. In addition, there is a $50 refundable damage deposit.
Rates quoted are from Memorial Day Weekend to Presidents Day Weekend. The daily rate is discounted the longer guests stay. If they stay between one to two nights, the price is $165. If they stay for three to four nights, the price is $155. If they stay five nights or more, it’s $145 per night. Quiet Season rates are $15 to $20 lower per night. During Quiet Season, monthly rentals are possible at further reduced rates.
There is a 5% occupancy tax on lodging fee only. Read more