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Recent Shasta Cascade reviews

  • Beautiful place to stay in a very special part of the world

    "Calling this a 'yurt' hardly covers what a lovely place it is to stay in the mountains. Our kids loved the bunk bed, we loved the great kitchen and spotlessly clean bathroom with shower. We all loved the creek nearby and the hummingbirds feeding in the trees outside."
    Guest: Simon M. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 6, 2016
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  • Very comfortable

    "Our family of 6 had a great time at Mario & Linda's home away from home. The house contained everything you could need, we really enjoyed the large front deck and of course the boat launch area right across the street. We had our young grand-daughter there too and she loved the playground about a mile away. We were all very comfortable and would definitely book the place again, probably not at the end of June as there was a large bug hatch and the fishing was lousy, they were full. Lassen National park was awesome and worth the trip too. Thanks Mario for making things easy with no hassles."
    Guest: celeste r. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 6, 2016
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  • Amazing riverfront stay in a charming Gold Rush-era cabin

    "We had a wonderful, relaxing stay at the Miner's Cabin. Heidi and Steph were great hosts. They were easy to reach before our trip when we had questions or asked for recommendations, but during our stay, our privacy was completely respected. The cabin itself was rustic and full of charm, but fairly well-stocked. We imagined what the cabin must've been like before it was restored – How many miners would live here? Where did they sleep? These days, it's a great retreat for those who don't expect an immaculate, luxurious, tech-enabled hotel stay when they're out in the woods. That means small, creative spaces (a shower and toilet sharing the same space -- no sink; a steep ladder to a lofted bed; no stove, but a microwave and toaster oven, and a grill on the outdoor fire pit) and of course, pretty spotty wi-fi and cell phone connection. We appreciated the free long-distance calling on the landline, and for the most part, that we could almost completely disconnect from the world for a couple of days. We – and our Formosan Mountain Dog, Benny – also greatly appreciated that the cabin is dog-friendly. We came to Trinity County to get away from city life and hit the nearby hiking trails. We visited Whiskeytown Falls on the way to Douglas City, meandered some of the Weaver Basin Trails, and drove through the Trinity Alps, but we could've easily just spent more time sitting on the Adirondack chairs on the Miner's Landing at the cabin. From this little piece of heaven, we watched the olive green Trinity River rush by, as well as the many birds, butterflies, and other wildlife that call the area home. We cooked meals in the fire pit and sat by the glowing logs as night fell. On our last evening at the Miner's Cabin, we spied a majestic bald eagle perched in the treetops of a nearby pine (Fortunately, we had brought binoculars). A magical ending to a magical weekend."
    Guest: Sarah H. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 8, 2016
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  • Lovely and cozy large cottage!

    "We couldn't have been happier with our accomodations in this unit. We actually had a traumatic situation where our dog disappeared (later found) and the owners couldn't have been more kind and helpful! Would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a nice weekend retreat!!!!"
    Guest: Eva G. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 24, 2016
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