Feel yourself unwind in the peaceful environment of our farm located in the Sanger river bottom!
We are close to three national parks. Sequoia/ Kings Canyon is 54 miles away, and Yosemite is a nice day trip.
The house comfortably sleeps six. If there are 7 or 8 guests, rollaway cots will be provided ($25 per person per night, two nights minimum).
Fishing available at an additional cost.
NOTE: As is typical of many small, rural communities, our internet speed may be slow and intermittent.
Little House on the Fish Farm was designed and built by your hosts in 2013. The three-bedroom, two-bath guest house is located on property that has been in our family for generations.
Danish teak furnishings, bamboo flooring, and recessed lighting give the house a simple yet modern feel. The space is decorated with water lily prints, artifacts picked up on our travels, and local art.
The galley kitchen is equipped with:
• custom granite countertops
• stainless steel fridge
• gas stove/oven
• microwave oven
• coffee maker
• electric kettle
• pots, pans, plates, cups, and utensils
The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and is furnished with a queen bed. A favorite feature in the master bathroom is the soaking tub. The other two bedrooms are furnished with twin beds and share a second bathroom. Each bathroom has a blow dryer.
THE OUTSIDE SPACE
The house is located in the Sanger river bottom, known for its peacefulness and beautiful scenery. Our ponds play host to a variety of wildlife including fish, insects, frogs, beavers, waterfowl, hawks and eagles. In the late spring, splashes of vibrant color dot our ponds as water lilies begin to bloom.
A stone’s throw from the house, sheep, goats, and cows graze in the pasture. Feel free to visit the hen house and collect eggs for your morning breakfast. The “floating” goat house greets you as you drive down the dirt road.
Sunrise is a magical time. Grab a cup of coffee, head outside to the front porch, and experience the farm as she awakens in the still morning air. Sunsets are equally spectacular. Fire up the grill and enjoy a BBQ dinner on the spacious wrap-around deck. There is a kind of hush as darkness slowly envelops the farm. The stars shine brightly in the stillness. It is a perfect ending to an unforgettable day.
Though it seems you are far from civilization, Starbucks, restaurants, and groceries are only a few miles away.
Your unplugged retreat is long overdue....
- Guests have access to the house, deck, hen house, and the large pasture in front of the house. Guests do not have access to the rest of the property without permission.
- There are tiny houses 150 feet from the Farm House. Please do not disturb occupants.
INTERACTION WITH GUESTS
We live 3/4 mile down the road. Feel free to call/text if you have questions during your stay.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE
• As is typical of many small, rural communities, our internet speed may be slow and intermittent. It is usually adequate for checking email, but we can’t guarantee that the connection is working at any specific time. For guests who do need access to consistent wifi, there is a Starbucks 3 1/2 miles away in town.
• Tiny Village is on a working farm so there will be animals sounds and smells during your stay. Although we clean thoroughly between guests, due to the rural environment, bugs and dust may be present inside. This is part of the charm of country living! Keeping doors closed will minimize bugs inside. Take off shoes if you've been exploring the farm.
• Fire Pit - Use caution and make sure the fire is out before retiring for the night. Wood for the fire pit can be purchased for $20 per bundle or bring your own.
• . There is a one mile drive down a dirt/gravel road to get to the property. Speed limit is 10 mph. Drive carefully, especially at night. Parking is outside in the driveway.
• There are security cameras observing the main road and ponds.
• Cancellation and Changes - Please choose your dates carefully. We are unable to make changes once the reservation is booked. We follow AirBnB's strict cancellation policy.
REQUESTING A RESERVATION indicates you have read and understood the entire listing (including Other Things to Note) and that you and your traveling companions agree to comply with the House Rules.
1. Number of guests on reservation, including children/infants, must be accurate. Contact us 24 hours before arrival if guest list changes as only registered guests are allowed on the property. Bringing additional people will trigger our event fee of $1,000.
2. Although we welcome families, the guest house is not childproofed. Children must be supervised at all times. The maximum number of infants we can accommodate is one.
3. No smoking inside or near the house. No candles inside the house.
4. No pets.
5. Little House is on a septic line. Please do not flush feminine hygiene products or anything besides toilet paper.
6. Be kind. Leave the house in the same condition in which you found it with dishes washed.
7. Food and drinks only allowed in the kitchen and dining room.
8. Turn the air conditioner/heater off when you leave the house. In the summer, it cools off in the evenings. Adjust the a/c before you go to bed or it will get too cold.
9. Blankets and beddings are not allowed outside.
10. Quiet hours on the deck are 10 pm - 8 am
11. Although we have no intention of entering the house during your stay, we reserve the right to do so if necessary.
THE TOWN OF SANGER
A quaint town of 25,000, Sanger is literally that place where you can’t walk down Main Street without bumping into somebody you know. Within this close-knit community, you can find modern stores next to family restaurants and shops that have been in business for the greater part of the past century.
SEQUOIA, KINGS CANYON AND YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARKS
Just a 54 mile drive away up Highway 180, the entrance to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks affords guests convenient access to hiking, fishing, birding, and backpacking opportunities within the parks.
Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park, one of the greatest natural wonders of the world, is just up Highway 41. Hike up to Bridalveil Falls, climb El Capitan, or backpack out of Tuolumne Meadows.