Pet-Friendly Cabin in the Sequoia National Forest of CaliforniaKernville, California (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This pet-friendly cabin in the Sequoia National Forest in California is perfect for a family vacation the kids will love. The cabin can sleep up to five guests in two bedrooms, with queen beds and a single roll-away bed. The kitchen is fully-equipped with everything guests might need for a homemade meal and there is a breakfast bar for the mornings. Guests can relax on either of the private porches at the front or back, or in the lounge area while watching TV. The cabin has a great yard with plenty of space for the kids and the dog, with great shade from the summer heat. Read More
- Dining table
- Internet connection
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Nice furniture
- Private bathroom
- Queen bed
- Running water
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Towels provided
Guests will have access to everything they will need during their getaway. The cabin has its own kitchen and cable TV, and there is Wi-Fi throughout.Read More
The rental has no on-site office. It is imperative that guests contact the hosts via email or phone at least 24 hours prior to the reserved date to give hosts an estimated arrival time. Management can then give guests information on how to obtain the key upon arrival.
For new or unknown guests as well as large groups, hosts will place a $200 to $500 hold on the credit card used for booking, as the security deposit. The hold automatically releases in seven to 10 days or after management has done a check of the property. Any damages will be taken out of that hold amount. If damages are beyond the hold amount, guests are responsible for paying.
Other areas of additional charge would include excessive trash, causing a disturbance, smoking in the rooms, or unannounced guests that haven't paid.
The hosts don't cancel booking reservations due to weather conditions. All reservation commitments must be honored regardless the weather. However, hosts do reserve the right to make changes due to any circumstances beyond their control.
The reservation will not be considered confirmed until guests have agreed to these terms. A copy of the agreement will be kept with the booking transaction to show that guests have agreed to all terms. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This property is ideally situated for a glamping getaway. It is located within a quarter mile of the fabulous Kern River and is just five miles from the nearest marina, making this beautiful glamping site is ideal for a family vacation or personal retreat in California. At just two hours from Bakersfield, this glamping property offers guests the perfect combination of a secluded holiday in nature, while not being completely off the grid. Read More
Daily housekeeping is available upon request at an extra charge but otherwise is not a part of the rental fee.
- Bird watching
- Movie theater
There are plenty of activities available for guests to enjoy during their stay, some include the Trail of 100 Giants, a great hiking route for those guests wishing to reconnect with the great outdoors, the Kern River Valley Museum, which offers artifacts dating from prehistoric times, providing some culture if guests are searching for an education day trip. Take a trip to nearby Silver City Ghost Town and Antiques for a day time traveling 100 years into the past.
Lakeshore Farmer's Market is the perfect place for guests wishing to immerse themselves in the local culture of Kernville, as well as Onyx Farmers Market; both are open to the public and offer local produce, organic produce, fresh eggs, jams and much more.
The hosts recommend trying the new Starlite Lounge restaurant for some delicious tapas, prepared daily and a treat for the taste buds!
Kern River Preserve is an ideal spot for all wildlife lovers, part of a national network of community-based nature centers and chapters, scientific and educational programs, and advocacy on behalf of areas sustaining important bird populations, engaging millions of people of all ages and backgrounds in positive conservation experiences.