About the property
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 3 nights
2 Bathrooms, 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps up to 8
The first level has a gourmet kitchen that opens to the dining area, living room, and large deck with a gas grill. The living room has a wood burning stove fireplace, a 50 inch flat screen TV/DVD & Satellite. Has plenty of space and light with its 22-foot cathedral ceiling and its many windows. There is a dining area, that seats 8. Just off the living room, dining area, there is a private den, with a futon.
The second level has 2 bedrooms with a queen bed in each, and a full-size bathroom. The master bedroom suite is on the third level and has a master bathroom, with a Jacuzzi bathtub. This knotty pine chalet is located in a secluded section of Yosemite West on a cul-de-sac road with lots of trees. This home is great for entertaining. There are 3 parking spots over the summer months, and 2 over winter months.
***Please note there's construction next door at this time, the nightly rate has been decreased due to this.***
Yosemite's Scenic Wonders Vacation Rentals
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- within one hour
- english, spanish
- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
My wife and I have been renting vacation homes for over 20 yrs. If this were the first home ever rented it would have been the last. An up scale looking vacation home from the outside, the furniture and bed were comfortable but that’s where all positive aspects end. The kitchen was inadequately stocked; salt, pepper, cinnamon and sugar were the only condiments. Unless you bring all your necessities, forget about cooking. The BBQ was disgusting… when I took the cover off, saw the grill and looked at cleaning brush; I put the cover back on. The washer and dryer were locked up behind a door labeled private.
The statement that the home is located in the mountains and doesn’t need air-conditioning is a BLACK LIE!! We arrived on Sept 6th and it was 90 degrees, if it’s so cool in the mountains, why were there fans in every bedroom? No wifi was stated and I learned much to my dismay I’ll never rent a home without wifi again. Bottom line I feel we were ripped off renting this property. To bad it’s a nice looking vacation home; but , the lack of amenities render it a loser. STAY AWAY!!
We are very sorry to hear you were unhappy with our cabin. We did disclose no wifi, no cell service, no air conditioning. Most of the year its cool in our elevation. Fans are provided for the few weeks that are warm. We have central heating the remaining of the year. There are no towers in Yosemite, which makes it difficult to have cell service and wifi due to the trees, elevation and weather. There is no DSL or cable internet in our area. A list of amenities are provided, laundry facilities was not one of them. Some of our guests do have certain allergies. Here’s a list of what we provide:
We provide you with dishware, cookware, silverware, blankets, pillows, linens and towels. Condiments provided are: hot chocolate, Folgers coffee and filters, sugar packets, cream packets, Lipton tea, and salt & pepper. We also provide dishwasher detergent, hand soap, toilet paper, paper towels, and free firewood. All our properties come equipped with propane BBQ’s, and we provide the propane.
This information is on our listing. We apologize for any inconvenience during your stay. Inside our cabin we also have a touchtone phone, you may have reached our onsite management that would have assisted you with any concerns and needs.
Older vacation home was a great place but showed signs of aging.
The property suited our multi generation family of 8. We cooked in for breakfast and supper so we used the kitchen a lot. The dinnerware was minimal but everything was functional. Fans provided cooling in the evenings but because the rules stated all windows must be closed when guests are away, the house was stuffy in the evening when we returned each day from our summer adventures in Yosemite.
Nice house but basic facilites
Nice house, clean and spacious. Kitchen a bit basically equipped. Surprised not to find a washing machine in a house of this size. For anyone attending in the next year, note there are plenty of building works going on nearby including both sides of the house (although they didn't disturb us a great deal). Overall convenient for Yosemite main valley but thats about it.
Great place to stay!
Very well maintained, place is nice, beautiful location close to Yosemite Natl. Park, has everything you need to cook with, perfect for family get-togethers, heater worked well in the winter cold and snow, the drive is a little iffy in the winter would like to be closer to Hwy. 41 when it is snowing. My wife thought everything was perfect! Would love to rent it again!
Great place to house 2 families.
Enjoyed our stay. Home as described. Fully furnished kitchen (missing cookie sheet). Clean. Some furniture could use updating but was overlooked due to overall satisfaction. Flashlights would come in handy when power outage occurs, as did during our stay. Great house for 2 families. Close to Badger Pass and Valley. Great time had by all! Thanks!
Beautiful home and stunning drive into Yosemite Valley. Spacious master bedroom, large well equipped kitchen and two full baths made this 4 bedroom house very comfortable for our family of seven. Please consider adding step stool in kitchen to reach dishes in very high cabinets.
Our Yosemite lodging is some of the closest vacation rentals to the incomparable Yosemite Valley and Glacier Point. Our lodging is also close to popular tourist destinations like Half Dome, Yosemite Falls, El Capitan, Wawona Golf Course, Badger Pass Ski Area and Mariposa Grove — Home to California’s Giant Redwood Trees. So make the right choice, find your Yosemite Lodging with Yosemite’s Scenic Wonders today!
Probably the best way to experience the grandeur of Yosemite National Park is by hiking or backpacking through it’s fields, forests, and paths. Every turn displays different natural wonders; each path brings you closer to the environment. With more than 800 miles of trails to explore, Yosemite National Park offers something for everyone from the beginning stroller to the expert trekker. Hiking in Yosemite is what you make it—whether it���s a 14-mile hike up 4,800 feet on the Half Dome trail, or a relaxing jaunt along the Cook’s Meadow Loop, Yosemite hiking is a journey you’ll not soon forget.
Day hikes range from flat walks to robust climbs, with distances from the valley of under one mile (to Bridalveil Fall, easy) up to 17 miles (to Half-Dome, very strenuous). Visitors will see waterfalls, especially strong in the spring, glacial ravines, panoramic views, forests and meadows.
You can also hike above the valley floor south in Wawona, where you will see covered bridges, open pine forest, and the Giant Sequoias Grove. Shuttle bus service is available for tired trekkers to return to Wawona from the Grove. From the nortern part of the park, you can visit Soda Springs, Cathedral Lakes and follow the John Muir Trail. Longer hikes lead to Tioga Pass and the High Sierra Camp.
Learn Something: Yosemite National Park has tons of things to do, but sometimes the best things to do in Yosemite are the best things to learn. Make the most of your trip to Yosemite by taking advantage of the myriad opportunities available to enhance your knowledge of the Yosemite Valley.
Hiking: Yosemite has some of the most beautiful hiking trails in North America. Walk down and up easy casual strolls and enjoy the scenery, or get on something a little harder and push yourself to climb one of Yosemite’s famous rocky mountains.
Bicycling: Weather you like to casually bike along mountain sides, or go extreme off-roading for a thrill, Yosemite’s bike trails are for you!
Rock Climbing: World famous for it’s rock climbing, Yosemite’s half dome and other popular mountains attract thousands of rock climbers from all over the world.
Sightseeing & Stargazing: A beautiful serene day sky with mountain views that will leave your breathless, and when the sun sets look up and gaze into the stars and vast universe.
Ranger Walks: National Park Service rangers give you the scoop on the history and ecology of the Park, and provide an insider’s take on the best Yosemite National Park things to do.
Art Classes: The Yosemite Art and Education Center offers free outdoor classes every day in the park, with supplies available for purchase. Take home a Yosemite work of art —your own!
Native Cultural Programs: Learn about basket weaving, food preparation and more of Miwok Indian traditions.
Photography Walks: Professional photographers take you on a photographic journey into the park that inspired Ansel Adams.
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Damage deposit: $300.00