Gold Country & High Sierra

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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Gold Country & High Sierra reviews

  • Secluded Getaway

    "We really enjoyed our stay at the house. The house is very secluded and we enjoyed the quiet evenings. The house has all the necessities and was very clean and tidy. I would recommend this house to anyone looking for seclusion or just wanting to get away and enjoy nature."
    Guest: Aaron T. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 22, 2016
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  • Great vacation home!

    "My sister, our husbands, and 1 of our adult children just returned home from a wonderful stay in 3 Rivers. The house and deck provided generous accomodations. We have vacationed a lot together and this is the best place we have ever stayed. The kitchen was well stocked with cooking utensils and dishes, linens were plentiful, and the views stunning. It was conveniently located 2 miles outside the Sequoia National Park entrance. Be advised that there is still a long drive to the park's main attractions after passing the main gate. If you plan to pack lunches and prepare meals at home, I would advise shopping before arriving at 3 Rivers. The groceries are quite pricey. You may want to bring plastic cups for smaller children. There are not many unbreakables provided. The owner and property manager were very helpful in making sure we had everything we needed."
    Guest: Laura W. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 21, 2016
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  • Delightful home

    "We had an absolutely wonderful stay at the Lyons' family cabin. What a perfect home for snow play. As advertised, the mud room was the perfect staging area for all our outdoor fun. They had shovels and sleds galore. The house itself could have fit a much bigger family, or two families, comfortably. Great place for a family reunion. The kitchen is very well appointed with everything you might need, and there were toys, games, and books for our kids. Beautiful views from every window. The front yard was delightful for building snow forts and some jr. sledding. We couldn't have asked for anything more. We will be back!"
    Guest: Katherine E. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 16, 2016
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  • Most Relaxing Vacation

    "My husband and I were on a week-long get away from the Bay Area for some fun and relaxation. It only took a short two-hours to arrive in Valley Springs. We were so amazed at the beautiful view and sound of the Calaveras River below the property visible from the pool area. The pool itself was so lovely to just float on while watching woodpeckers in the tall trees growing next the property and the covey of quail roaming around, along with some deer. We hiked down to the river and found the rope swing. Unfortunately, the river was running fast and we weren't able to find an easy access into the river. Be sure to bring hiking shoes and long pants. One day we even spotted a couple of fly fishermen on the river. On the really hot days sitting in the large well-furnished gazebo was a real treat. There was even a mini-fridge that came in very handy. My husband cooked up some delicious steaks on the gas grill and at night we watched movies under the stars on my laptop. There is even a video store in town. The home is large and very well stock. I found the beds a little firm for me and preferred the large queen size air mattress. I was excited to find a NutriBullet in the kitchen and used it often to make smoothies. There is no internet but we were able to get cell service through our AT&T. The Dish TV for news was on the blink but we really didn't miss TV. We had our kindles loaded up with books. The washer and dryer in the garage came in handy and it was nice we could pull our car into the garage to keep it out of the hot sun. The owner provided many pamphlets of things to do in the area. When we weren't lounging in the pool, we golfed at the La Contenta Golf Course in Town, Saddle Creek Golf in Copperopolis, visited the Big Trees State Park in Arnold, and had an all-you-can-eat lobster buffet at Jackson Rancheria. Staying in and cooking was easy and the Mar-Val Grocery Store in town is pretty big and they make really good deli sandwiches. We also treated ourselves to Roundtable Pizza in town. We felt so relaxed and pampered. Can't wait to go back again."
    Guest: Lyniel T. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 23, 2016
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