|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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A great place to enjoy nature in all its glory. Get lost on this 5 acre ranch with incredible mountain views and South Fork riverfront. We're located near the center of Three River, Kaweah Lake, and 5 miles from entrance of Sequoia National Park.
The two bedrooms comfortable fits four people. However, we allow five people if one should want to sleep on the couch.
The master bedroom is a queen size bed. The second bedroom is a full size bed with a trundel (a twin bed that pulls out from under the full size bed to the border the right side of the bed.) With the twin bed pulled out, the second room is very tight.
Guests have access to the entire property, except for the garage and back house.
Access the Main Fork River and convenient location to center of Three Rivers and close access to the Sequoia National Park entrance. Adjacent to the property is the South Fork River.
No public transport to rely upon. It is far better to come with transportation. However, the property has a small taste of a lot that Three Rivers has to offer so you may not want to leave ;-). You can also walk 1/2 mile to the Main Fork River and Grocery Market; a little farther to the Kaweah Lake.
The house is split like a duplex. I live in the back unit and guests have the front unit.
I like to engage with the guests as much as they would like. Some are interested in chatting about adventures in the park or asking about interesting trails or river adventures. Others are interested in having their own space without any interaction from the host. I'm very easy going and like to help in whichever way I can. So my level of interaction is really based on a case to case basis.
I love sailing, snorkeling, beach-going, food and adventures. I am a passionate traveler and love to try new things.
My partner and I travel between Europe and California throughout the year. When I'm in Los Angeles I enjoy Cross Fit, Beach, Hiking, Horseback riding, and Sailing to Catalina in the summer.
I am a serial entrepreneur and love new ideas.
Centrally located to Sequoia National Park and Kaweah Rivers & Lake, this is the perfect property to relax and enjoy all the wonders nature has to offer. The house has been newly renovated and furnished. The wildlife are numerous on the property and within view. Views from this property are astounding because we are located on top of a small hill surrounded by the Mountain Range, Rivers and Kaweah Lake.
I reluctantly write this review after having unsuccessfully contacted the owner about the issue. The house is generally fine - maintained and there was even a welcome basket from the owner, which was nice. However, what made the stay unbearable for me and my family was the fact that the house contains a cat, or at least is extremely frequented by a cat (bedding for the cat was in a closet), such that I was unable to stay there during my visit. I am allergic to cats and I obviously never would have voluntarily stayed in such a house, much less paid for one, if I had known a cat lived there. The fact that a cat was on the premises (including inside the house), was not disclosed prior to staying there. In fact, the cat somehow got in the house while I was there and then was extremely aggressive with me and my children when we tried to get it to leave. Once outside, it then proceeded to stalk my children, such that they had to stay inside. It even stayed by the door trying to get in. Thus, after only one difficult night, we were forced to leave for other accommodations. When I contacted the owner about this issue (admittedly post-stay due to lack of cell phone reception in the area) and requested a partial refund (we were only there one night out of three), he at first ignored the issue, and then claimed it was "extortion" to write a bad review, I guess whether it is true or not. In summary, if you are a cat lover and don't mind an aggressive cat, this isn't a bad place. If not, I would look at other options.
What a lovely little farm so close to the beautiful Sequoia's. It was an easy house to find and everything the ad says about the property is true. The house is tastefully decorated and looks even more lovely than the photos. It was the most perfect place to stay so we could eat all of our meals close to home and enjoy the park. It was very quiet and we had alot of privacy. It was very clean and we enjoyed saying hi to their kitty cat and pregnant piggy:)
A beautiful smallholding property in a lovely tranquil location close to Sequoia NP entrance. Superbly and tastefully decorated and just the most delightful place to be. Our family's favourite place by far of the seven places we stayed in California. Christian is just the nicest guy and nothing was too much trouble and even came out late at night when we needed to be be towed. The kids loved the dogs pigs and the horse. Our only regret is that we couldn't stay longer.
We stayed here for two nights and really enjoyed the farmhouse and animals (very friendly horse, two dogs and cat). Robert was there to greet us when we arrived and responded quickly to any questions via text. The house was clean and had a rustic chic decor that was modern and whimsical. The kitchen was well stocked with dishes and equipment and even had a dishwasher that made clean up easy. We brought lots of food with us and made a simple breakfast and dinner both days. We enjoyed watching Netflix in the air conditioned living room, which had plenty of seating. The master bedroom had AC too, but the second bedroom only had a fan so it can get a little warm on hot days. The beds were nicely made up and comfortable. Be aware that although the water was treated, it still smelled like sulphur. This is common with farms but worth mentioning so you know what to expect. We would definitely come back if ever in the area and also recommend the farmhouse to friends and family. Enjoy your stay!
The place certainly isn't a dump, but no "Chic farmhouse as advertised". The house was unkept. The bbq ran out of propane. The boars reeked up the backyard and made grilling unbearable. The river is no river, its barely a stream, which you have to walk through snake infested brush to reach. The overall property is dusty and poorly maintained. Plus, the owners live in the same house and constantly snoop on you. If you want a getaway this is not it. The advertisement looks great, that's we booked it. In reality you will deal with two devious owners who are difficult to deal with, and will keep your deposit! Renter beware! Don't say we didnt warn you!
We stayed here for 4 days while enjoying Sequoia National Park.
Upon arrival we were met by the owner, Robert. He showed us around the house and surrounding property. He even walked us to the river( low due to draught, but still beautiful).
My daughter was so excited to meet the animals. The horse corral is in front of the house, so we could see him from the living room. Each day my daughter would run
out to greet the horse, pigs, cat and dogs.
The home is clean, well appointed,and close to the park entrance. If we had questions, Robert was quick to answer.
He gave us info on where to eat in town, and the best spot to play in the river (just down the road).
I would definitely stay here again and like to see it in the winter!
Minutes from Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $25 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable damage deposit||$200|
Rates are subject to change.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.