Stunning Ranch Studio in Sonoma County, CaliforniaPetaluma, California (United States of America)
Stunning Ranch Studio in Sonoma County, California
"What a beautiful place with spectacular surroundings, about half way between Downtown Petaluma and Bodega Bay, two spots you will definitely want to …"
This beautiful studio apartment at this Sonoma County ranch stay is approximately 600 square feet. It can comfortably accommodate two adults and it is equipped with everything glampers will need for a comfortable stay. Inside, glampers will find a queen-size Tempur-Pedic bed, a couch, a TV, and a kitchenette, which has a microwave, a toaster oven, a small fridge, a sink, an electric hot water kettle, and a Keurig coffeemaker. Guests will also be provided with coffee and tea, half and half, and orange juice. The bathroom has a shower and a bathtub. It is also equipped with high-speed internet. This studio has a radiant floor heat system that uses solar panels to heat the water.
Parking is available just outside of the studio. Unfortunately, it is not wheelchair accessible, and there are stairs leading up to the studio.
There is trailer, boat, and RV parking available at this glamping site. Just ask! Towels, linens, soap, and shampoo are all provided for guests during their stay. All glampers can enjoy a cup of coffee as they watch the sunrise from the site’s spacious deck.
If guests are hoping to book this site with a bigger group, this property also boasts a suite with a full kitchen and a washer and dryer, as well as the Studio. That suite can comfortably sleep up to five people. That would mean that a total of seven people could be accommodated at this glamping site.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Hot water
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
If guests would like to bring a horse, the hosts would be more than happy to pasture horses during their stay for an additional fee.
Pets are not allowed at this glamping site. Smoking is also not allowed.
The host is happy to chat with guests prior to their arrival and to be present to greet them upon arrival. After that, guests have total privacy, but the hosts will be available if guests would like to ask questions or find some good dinner recommendations. The hosts also enjoy introducing guests to the horses and longhorn cattle.
A two-night minimum at this glamping site is much appreciated.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Petaluma, California (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Wine tasting
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
- Safari/Game drive
There are a plethora of activities to choose from while staying at this glamping site. First of all, this site is located 15 minutes from the coast, and that’s always a nice area to visit. Other top sites to see nearby include the Redwood forest, various wineries, and a huge range of restaurants serving up farm fresh food. There are all sorts of dairy farms, cattle ranches, and even sheep and goat dairies. Available activities range from hiking and ziplining, to kayaking and fishing. Whether glampers spend their day at the beach, visiting a farm, or exploring a winery, retreating to their beautiful glamping site at night will be a perfect ending to a busy day.
Glampers who love bikes will love the cycling opportunities in this neighborhood as well. The landscape goes from rolling hills, to beautiful forests, to stunning ocean views. Guests are also welcome to bring their horses, who the hosts are more than happy to pasture for them during their stay, and there are plenty of places to go riding nearby. In fact, the glamping site is just 15 minutes from the beach trails in the Bodega Bay area.
On site, glampers might be interested in some of the activities the hosts offer. Throughout the year, partake in various events. such as cooking classes offered on site. The classes take place in the ranch kitchen, and it is limited to 10 people. Cooking everything from pizzas to tamales, and Argentine sausage to potstickers, these classes really run the gamut. The classes are lead by various local chefs. When sending a message to the hosts, feel free to ask about specific upcoming events and classes.
Another fun thing to do while on site is to visit the friendly longhorns. Glampers might even get their picture taken while feeding one! Guests are welcome to explore the ranch and pet the horses, but they should not enter the barn or the pastures without a host.