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

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Recent Fort Bragg reviews

  • Secluded yet so close to town

    "This place grows and grows on you so as you never want to leave. Yes it is rustic, refined it is not, but that's part of the charm. What is really lovely is the location which is minutes from Fort Bragg, yet ultra private and slap bang on the wild coast. Sipping mimosas outside on a sunny morning with the sea at your feet is cathartic. The fire in the evening, sipping a red wine with friends reflecting on the days excursions is perfect relaxation. Do take your own drinking water. Will we be back? Most definitely!"
    Guest: Ed A. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 25, 2016
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  • Great location. Comfortable home. Very quiet.

    "We stayed through Thanksgiving weekend with my husband, 3 teenage kids and my parents. The house had room for everyone and fit our needs nicely. Good location-not far from Fort Bragg and close to 10-mile beach."
    Guest: Marcy R Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 27, 2016
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  • Incredible Views and an Amazing Home!

    "Let me begin by saying that the pictures in VRBO of this home do not truly show you how incredible this home is and the spectacular views! Bob and Lynda truly spared NO EXPENSE when they remodeled the home completely. Everything was great. My family and I loved our vacation here and we can't wait until we come back. Thank you Lynda and Bob for sharing your amazing home with us!"
    Guest: Sophia C. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: December 22, 2015
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  • Incredible experience

    "Having had many experiences in which on-line descriptions of accommodations were deceptive or disappointing I was wary when I booked Quail Ranch, but our stay could not have been more perfect. Nancy has created a soothing and nurturing environment that’s even better than what it appears to be in the on-line descriptions. It's fairly secluded so we felt like we were tucked away in our own little world. Her home is lovely, welcoming, and very comfortable and the property is beautiful and well maintained. Nancy was very respectful of our privacy, but was available to us by phone and within walking distance. Our dog Tucker was welcomed and allowed to play with her dogs, Lasso and Shiloh, at our request. Watching her miniature horses, April and Cassie, graze on the property contributed to the peaceful atmosphere. It’s obvious that Nancy has put a lot of thought into creating this experience, from the wonderful décor to the amazingly comfortable beds to the kitchen that’s fully stocked with everything that was needed to cook and reheat the food that we brought … I can’t rave about this experience enough – you won’t be disappointed!!! We didn’t eat out a whole lot, but really enjoyed Eggheads for breakfast. We ended up at Cafe Del Mar for my birthday dinner when Cucina Verona lost our reservation – that was lucky for us as the food at Café Del Mar was great and the staff was fun and friendly. The Berry Banana Crepes at Cafe Jaavy deserve a special mention as does the authentic Mexican breakfast that my sister raved about. We enjoyed an afternoon in Mendocino and I wished we had set more time aside to visit there. The one disappointment was that the beaches in Fort Bragg renowned for their sea glass (and why I chose Fort Bragg for our vacation!) don’t actually have that much glass anymore. To be fair, on our last morning, we stopped by the Sea Glass museum and the owner said that there are some beaches were there’s more glass, but we didn’t get to see them and it sounded like they may be a bit physically challenging to get to. A couple of traveling notes for those unfamiliar with the area: If you’re traveling south avoid Rt1 unless you like long, VERY twisty roads - we drove it in the dark and it was a nightmare after a very long day of traveling. State Highway 20 to 101 was twisty and slow going at times, it was much better than Route 1. Also, it’s best to arrive at Quail Ranch in the daylight as it’s a bit difficult to find in the dark."
    Guest: Brenda R. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 21, 2016
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