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Located right in town, this great vacation house has two bedrooms plus sun room for reading and relaxation. Comfortably furnished with a small back yard for grilling and a short walk to the trail down to the beaches, restaurants, cafes, and parks, this home will be a great launching point for your Trinidad Vacation. Wi-Fi, cable tv, an eat in kitchen, dining room, sun room, living room, washer and dryer, and all of the other amenities that you'd want in a vacation home. This home has a full bath and half bath. One small dog is permitted for additional fee; sorry NO cats.
Located on a quiet street in the village of Trinidad which is a great central place for exploring Humboldt County and the Redwoods! With plenty of wonderful beaches, hiking, and the state Park right in town, you can have a great time without getting in the car. However, everyone loves to go to the Prairie Creek Redwoods National & State Park which is about 20 minutes north. The park has over 100 miles of incredible hikes through the Redwoods and do not forget to check out Fern Canyon, Lady Bird Johnson Grove, Big Trees, the Cork Scree Trees, and Big Tree, just to mention a few of the destinations in and around the park. The Humboldt Lagoons are another perfect destination, which can be included on your trip to the Redwoods or make a separate trip out of it, with fun fishing, hiking, beach combing, bird watching, kayak and paddle board renting, and even swimming in the late spring , summer, and early fall.
Please note: We understand that Trinidad is a popular wedding location, however please do not book this house for any event or wedding celebration purpose. Even while observing the vehicle limit, we’ve still had problems with guests chauffeuring wedding party members back and forth to the beach from this house, which causes too much noise and extra traffic on the very small quiet street. This home is to be used strictly as a single family residence normally would be. Additionally, the non-smoking status of the house must also be observed on the property, so that second-hand smoke smells are not experienced by the many close neighbors.