This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$350 per night 3 night min stay
$167 - $225 per night 2-3 night min stay
$130/nt - $800/wk
$175-$189/nt - $1100/wk
Smith River Travel Tips
Smith River Cottages: A Perfect Vacation Awaits
Located on California's rugged northern coast, the Smith River is the second largest of California's rivers, flowing freely throughout its entire length. Lined by giant Redwoods, the river is dotted with fabulous rental options. Any of the Smith River lodging options is going to give you, not only a great rental property, but one that is in such a unique and wonderful location that you'll want to come back year after year.
Great Location on the Smith River
Smith River cottages give you the best of all worlds. You can relax in your rental property that is tucked amongst nature or you can venture out to explore areas such as the Trees of Mystery, the Aquarium, Pelican and Harris Beach State Parks, Bandon/Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, the Lucky 7 Casino, and mile after mile of sandy beach. The famous California Redwood Forest is only a short drive away and should not be missed. The Port of Brookings Harbor is a great place to dine while watching the boats come and go, or spend the afternoon shopping in its boutiques. Then head back to your Smith River lodging for a relaxing evening.
Nature Lovers Paradise
This rugged area of Northern California is home to some really great outdoor activities, all nearby Smith River cottages. Consider an afternoon of flying kites on the beach, or just strolling along the shore looking for driftwood and the rare agate. Sea life can be observed by boat tour and, if lucky, you might spot a whale. Try your hand at fishing or crabbing and take home your catch to prepare dinner in your choice of California North Coast vacation rentals. Photography enthusiasts find many sources of inspiration in Smith River, and romantics love the combination of river and ocean for hiking or strolling hand-in-hand.