I can’t say enough great things about this place! We stayed in the A-Frame with our two corgis, and had the best time. The cabin and surrounding ...
I can’t say enough great things about this place! We stayed in the A-Frame with our two corgis, and had th...
Sophisticated A-Frame Cabins above Bass Lake, CaliforniaOakhurst, California (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
There are two cabins to pick from: the Red A-Frame and the Classic A-Frame. Apart from minimal differences in their exteriors, these A-frame cabins have all of the same features. Each can accommodate a maximum of four glampers. Both luxury accommodations have high ceilings, a floating staircase, and a ton of natural light throughout the day, due to the enormous and plentiful windows throughout.
Inside, there is a sleeping loft with a queen-size bed and a 16-foot window that's perfect for stargazing at night. In the living room, there is also a queen-size sofa bed. The cabin is heated by a wood-burning stove. The kitchen includes a stove top with two gas burners, dishes, utensils, and a small gas-powered fridge and freezer.
Outside, glampers will find a deck with a barbecue and a fire pit that's perfect for dinner under the stars. Read More
- Fire pit
- Internet connection
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Towels provided
- Wood-burning stove
This beautiful glamping site is a remote and private meadow to stay, explore, and enjoy. There are 20 private acres of land for guests to play lawn games, relax, wildlife watch, or have a picnic.
- Bicycle storage
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
Location + Surroundings
This glamping site is set in a beautiful remote location in the Sierra National Forest, California, at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Fourteen miles above Bass Lake on the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway, this property is surrounded by amazing meadows, secret swimming holes, and miles and miles of undiscovered hiking trails. Your own private Yosemite without the crowds.
Come and visit one of the nation's most spectacular landscapes, Yosemite National Park! The park, also a UNESCO world heritage site, boasts deep valleys, a grove of ancient sequoia trees, some of the country's largest waterfalls, vast lakes, unique granite rock formations, and so much more. Stay in a unique, retro accommodation that blends perfectly with the surrounding natural beauty and get inspired by the untouched wilderness. Whether you're into water sports, winter sports, hiking, or biking, or just relaxing, you can escape into a nature-filled adventure and create memorable moments that will last forever! Read More
Housekeeping and cleaning services are provided.
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
Museums - The Yosemite Museum Gallery displays exhibits of Yosemite art, and the Ansel Adams Gallery shows work of contemporary photographers and other fine artists. A wide selection of handcrafts, books, gifts, and photography supplies is available.
Biking - Yosemite National Park has hundreds of amazing biking paths for all levels of fitness.
Birdwatching - The park is home to more than 250 bird species and is a birder’s paradise. Some common birds include the Steller's jay, American robin, acorn woodpecker, common raven, mountain chickadee, and the red-winged or the tropical looking western tanager.
Fishing - The season for stream and river fishing begins on the last Saturday in April and continues through November 15 on lakes like Frog Creek and Eleanor.
Hiking - There are over 800 miles of marked trails in the park, such as Glacier Point Road, Wawona and Mariposa Grove, Yosemite's largest grove of giant sequoias, Hetch Hetchy, White Wolf, Tuolumne Meadows, Badger Pass/Glacier Point, and Crane Flat. You can also find an array of wildflower walks in the park.
Horseback Riding - Guided tours are available in Yosemite Valley, such as on the Mist Trail from Happy Isles to Nevada Fall, on the Snow Creek Trail from Mirror Lake and Mirror Lake Road.
Climbing - Yosemite is one of the world's greatest climbing areas. Climbers here can enjoy an endless variety of challenges. The most popular climbing spots include Merced River Canyon and Tuolumne Meadows domes, the big walls of Yosemite Valley.
Swimming - take a dip in the numerous lakes, rivers and pools underneath the waterfalls.
Rafting & Kayaking - rafting and kayaking on Merced River and Tenaya Lake are also popular. Rafting is also permitted on the South Fork of the Merced River in the Wawona area.
Winter Sports – Cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing are very popular in the following areas: Badger Pass, Glacier Point Road and Mariposa Grove.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
The minimum stay is three nights, and a one-time cleaning fee of $100 will be charged along with the reservation.
This glamping site and its accommodations are pet-friendly for an extra $25 a night. There is a maximum of two pets allowed per accommodation.