Organic, farm-fresh breakfast included! 3rd guest possible on roll out bed for $10/night. Close to the Fairgrounds, downtown Grass Valley, Nevada City, shopping, the Yuba River, many lakes & hiking trails, 1 hr to Truckee, 1.5 hrs to North Lake Tahoe. You’ll love the delicious farm to table meals, the clean and green environment, the beautiful and quiet neighborhood, our ability to provide gluten-free and other special diets, our allergy friendly home, private tours and the peaceful outdoor areas to relax in. This is a solar powered home!
It's just us empty nesters with our newly remodeled home. There is a roll out single bed under the Queen. We have just one extra room in the house so your stay would be very personalized. Guests would come through the front door but once in the space, it is very private. Parking is in the driveway. Breakfast is included and Organic farm to table (or local) dinners and picnic lunches can be purchased for $10-$15.
Guests have access to the fully self-contained bedroom and private bathroom, spa, multiple outdoor seating areas, hammock under the trees and barbecue/patio area. If they don't mind sharing, guests are welcome to our family room and dining room. We will often have a fire in the beautiful fireplace and we welcome company. Feel free to walk around and relax on the two acre property and pet the dwarf goats, chickens and outdoor cats.
Interaction with Guests
We will greet you upon arrival and get you settled in and from there it is up to you how much or little contact you choose to have. For an additional fee, we offer rides to and from the fairgrounds, private hiking and kayaking tours for up to 3 including all supplies and organic meals, and private wine tasting tours. (Schedule in advance please. Prices range from $100-$150/person).
The neighborhood is a five minute walk from the fairgrounds, it is a very quiet and safe one mile loop in the country. It's all paved. There are lot's of neighbors walking their dogs and we all say 'hi' to each other. This is a very easy location to find and paved all the way. If you walk the one-mile loop we live on, you might see ponds, geese and other birds, deer, squirrels, foxes, jackrabbits, horses, chickens and possibly the lone white crane. There is also an outdoor sleeping space that guests may enjoy or if they have a friend or two that doesn't mind sharing the bathroom, they can sleep there when the weather is nice.
The nearest bus stop is about a five minute walk in front of the fairgrounds. It's just a 4-5 minute drive to downtown and about 10 minutes on a bike.+ More