Rustic yet contemporary, "Cabin in the Woods" is a 1920's Trinity Lumber cabin that will provide guests with a memorable stay. It is a 2-12 mile drive to three charming towns, is super comfortable, peaceful, with everything guests need to enjoy the area's fishing, golfing, hiking and wonderful recreation. The Trinity river is on the same property within a short walk and it has access to kayaking, rafting, boating or just lazily relaxing and taking in the gorgeous natural views. The property also has a lower meadow for boats and trailer parking as well as an RV space available for a separate fee just below the cabin. You can kayak from the river side of the property and/or visit the nearby Lewiston, Trinity and Whiskeytown Lakes.
The cabin has beautiful views, lots of privacy, a telephone with free long distance/local service, very comfortable furniture, washer/dryer, DVD/blueray player with video library, full kitchen, flat screen with DISH TV, Internet/Wi-Fi, games, heating/AC and fans, front furnished patio deck with propane BBQ and umbrella and a rear deck w/fire pit/BBQ (fall/winter) and chairs. The lower shed is stocked with recreational items such as inner tubes, rafts, outdoor corn hole game, 2 bicycles, helmets and pump available for guests' use.
The cabin is a perfect place to get away, "unplug" from the daily grind and enjoy serenity. It can comfortably sleep 4 or more people (2 adults in the master queen bed, 1 or 2 adults on the double bed and 1 on the twin in the second bedroom. As needed for larger groups, 2 adults can sleep on a comfortable queen blowup mattress.
Only 8 miles east of Weaverville and 25 miles west of Redding, the local towns have surprisingly great restaurants, bars, annual craft fairs, special art and cultural events, really nice farmers' markets from 4-7 pm in Weaverville (Lowden Park) on Wednesdays and at Hayfork Park on Fridays (May through mid-October). Starting mid-October an indoor Artisan Market will be held at the Veteran's Hall in Weaverville to extend the farmers' market season goods. There are also some decent restaurants in the area; The Cafe at Indian Creek, Trinity Alps Golf Course Restaurant, Tangle Blues Saloon, Roberto's Mexican, a Chinese/Thai restaurant and Mama Llamas which has excellent breakfast burritos. Art Walks are held the first Saturday evening of the month and the wonderful Trinity Performing Arts center is host to several live music, comedy and performances every month.