|Minimum Stay||3 - 5 nights|
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This unique cottage boasts of 200 feet of secluded creek-frontage on Spanish Creek, and two plus acres of your own private estate. The cottage is tucked off the main road (Hwy.70) in a park-like setting of lawn and beautiful landscaping - offering visitors privacy and seclusion not found in many properties. This is a true get-away!
Just minutes from the town of Quincy, this home is off the beaten path, yet as close to civilization as you want or need to be. Quincy is the county seat for Plumas County, and has a small-town charm all its own. It offers a movie theatre, bowling alley, two grocery stores, as well as a wonderful natural healthfood store.
Quincy is a railroad town and the train runs up this beautiful river canyon on its way through the Sierra Nevada Range. In fact, many of our visitors stay just for the trains, and those who didn't know about them leave entranced. We love the trains, it's like having your own giant train set in the backyard! The trestle is legendary - on the highway you will see train buffs waiting to catch a glimpse of a train crossing the Keddie Wye trestle. You can enjoy a piece of this history right from your yard. Well water contains some iron and manganese and although it is considered potable, we supply you with Sparkletts water for your drinking needs.
Spring and fall offer excellent trout fishing in front of the property; and can be a fly fisherman's paradise at times. Just minutes from the town of Quincy, the home is private, yet as close to stores and local events. Summer offers warm, sunny weather with unlimited recreation, creeks and lakes for swimming, plus the High Sierra Music Festival and a County Fair.
Check out Gansner Park on the left as you head into town; or visit the best swimming hole and rope swing in Plumas County. Its great for kids - big and small. This get-away cottage is centrally located in Plumas County. It is within a 30 minute drive of Antelope and Bucks Lake, and is only 45 minutes from Lake Almanor. All three offer water-skiing, fishing, and camping.
Quincy and the surrounding area are a perfect location for bicyclist of all levels. For beginners or family cruising, Chandler road (five minute drive from cottage) offers a flat loop around the North side of Quincy - with several swimming holes on Spanish Creek to cool off in during your ride. This flat and very scenic tour is on a true country road and is a great ride for the whole family!
For the more experienced rider, the Quincy LaPorte is a 60 mile out and back - with a major summit climb. Greenville and Taylorsville also offer some of the finest cycling in the Sierras, and are within a 15-minute drive of the cottage. Both of these rides are absolutely beautiful and free any hectic traffic.
For White water enthusiasts, the North Fork of the Feather River has scheduled Summer releases which provide for good summer water levels for kayakers and rafters alike. Spanish Creek also offers seasonal flows in the Spring,and is a great tube run to break the summer heat.
You can enjoy day trips to Truckee or Reno, which are within a 90 minute drive, or you can visit nearby Graeagle or Portola which offer golf, shopping and a train museum. If all this isn't enough, Lassen National Park is just a two-hour drive away, and features bubbling sulphur pots and is one of North America's last active volcanoes.
Whether you are seeking relaxation or recreational activity, this area has something for everyone!
Note: This cottage is adjacent to two other private homes. Please, when visiting, respect the privacy of your neighbors.
*** If you do not see the dates you are looking for please call for details on our new Loft Apartment in Historic Downtown Quincy.
VRBO Listing #319995.
Owner, Cecilia Reynolds lives next door and is available to answer any questions or needs you may have.
Keywords: Cabin, Retreat, Family home, Fishing Lodge, Family vacation, Dogs, Dogs, Dogs, Sierra Headquarters, Central Plumas County
I live next door - each property is approx 3 acres and enjoy river front access. I purchased my house in 2003 and am delighted to add the Keddie Cottage to my property. I live there all year round and enjoy the 4 seasons. It is beautiful at any time of the year.
Cecilia Reynolds purchased this cottage in 2011
It's been a couple of weeks since I stayed at this AWESOME cottage and I still wake up every morning with this place on my mind. I visit Plumas county every year because I lived there years ago and I like to stay in touch with old friends and remind myself that paradise does still exist. This time I ended up, unexpectedly, going by myself with my 2 dogs and was concerned about feeling too isolated or lonely but that worry was completely unfounded. The place is warm and charming, with trains going by in the evening, blowing their whistles and temporarily drowning out the sound of the water in the creek. Ceci, the owner, lives on the property and is the perfect hostess--there if you need her but leaves you alone if you don't! I actually only met her once when I arrived but she had left wine (good wine!) with a box of chocolates (very good chocolates!) on the kitchen table and from that point on, everything just got better. I brought a friend over from Quincy to swim (very nice swimming hole) and see the cottage and property and she was really impressed with the place as well--we had a great afternoon. Hiking the Cascade trail was recommended, which was very close and turned out to be the perfect hike (about 2 hours). I had to drive into town to use my cell phone and the internet (the library is great for that), which was the only drawback, since this was a working vacation for me but it was well worth the inconvenience--and there is a land phone at the cottage. I loved this place and hope to go back next year.
I stayed at this house in October 2012 with my husband for our 10 year anniversary, then came back in April 2015 with four girlfriends. We loved it! Despite the fact that there's only one bathroom, there was plenty of room for all of us. We spent as much time outside as possible on the sun deck, BBQ'ing on the deck to the left of the house, taking hikes along the creek with the dogs, and exploring the creek right outside the house. The kitchen was very well equipped, and we found everything we needed to cook up a bunch of yummy meals. We went into Quincy on Saturday morning and loved it. We also took the great Cascade Hike, instructions which were found in the book on the kitchen table. We just had such a great time. Can't say enough great things about this house. It's beautiful and private and so relaxing. Wish we could have stayed longer! Thanks Ceci!!
Warning...this reviews contains lots of exclamation points because we LOVED it so much and it was so awesome to stay here!!! If you can believe it, this cabin is even cuter than in the photos! Ceci was wonderful! We all loved and appreciated her little touches that really made us feel at home! We also loved that we could bring our 2 active dogs with us! They were in heaven running all around! The trains on the trestle was a wonderful surprise, and I especially loved the whistle! It was so easy to hike around the property and enjoy the many wild flowers! Ya gotta stay here! What are you waiting for?
from opening the door to find personal hospitality, this place is the most welcoming and comfortable cottage we have ever stayed in. There is a ton of things to do in the area..but sitting by the creek has to be a favorite. Will be going back next year, but for an entire week next time. Ceci, your touches made the stay memorable. Thank you for everything.
M. Sandoval and family
I can tell a lot of care when into the property and it has a wonderful atmosphere. Spanish Creek was fun to do a little fishing in and walking along the path next to the creek. Ceci was a pleasure to work with. She put a lot of love and care into the property and made me fell right at home. Only 7 miles for Quincy, which had everything that you will need. Bucks Lake is a very nice lake and was not that far away. I would love to return again in the future. It is a great place to bring family and friends.
Wow, what a great time we had at the Spanish Creek Cottage! Ceci has put out all of the thoughtful touches; there are books, games, the kitchen is fully outfitted with any cooking gear you need, there's a gas BBQ...the beds are comfy, there's tons of literature about beautiful Plumas County and the surrounding areas.
The creek was beautiful, and we took a great walk/hike down the creek to see lots of amazing scenery. And really, I can't even describe how cool the train trestle was, you have to see it for yourself!
Hopefully we will come back soon. Loved this place, and I would highly recommend it to anyone! Totally amazing way to spend our 10 year anniversary.
Kayaking, Rock Climbing, Fishing, Cycling (road and mountain). The creek provides a wonderful place for children and dogs to play (adults too!) Try panning for gold, skipping stones, catching crawdads and playing with floatie toys.
Buck's Lake is a 30 minute, beautiful drive from the cottage. Rent a boat, kayak or paddle board. Canyon Dam at Lake Almanor also has SUP, kayak and canoe rentals - just 30 minutes from the cottage.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
HSMF - 4 people
Jun 28 2017 - Jul 3 2017
5 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Cleaning for 6 or less||$75|
Pets with prior approval are welcome. Please let me know if you are bringing a pet as I have a Pet Addendum for your information and signature.
Cleaning for 6+ guests is $100