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Magic Underground Hobbit Hole

#412865 · Vacation Rental in , CA,

1 Bedroom
2 guests
1 Full Bathroom
Vacation Rental

Property Description

Recently completed, approximately 260 sq ft, earth sheltered structure within our permaculture-based, sustainable, off-grid village. It is one of a kind in architecture and theme with colored bottles built into the wall, stained glass windows, center tree pillar with atrium windows above, and medieval Celtic Cross above the Hobbit Hole (outside and atop) give it a Hobbit Church feel.

It's recently completed, so it's just been freshly buried / vegetation around the Hobbit Hole isn't mature yet

No key needed, just show up and make yourself at home. There is usually someone around to show you the ropes, but if not you can use the house manual inside the Hobbit Hole to figure out the basics.

Check-in time is 3pm, check-out is at 11am. We can often accommodate early arrivals but please let us know so we can prepare. Arriving late (in the dark) is NOT recommended -- the forestry roads are gravel roads, our bridge is arrow -- try to arrive in the daylight for easiest travels.

Dogs will greet you! Our 3 enthusiastic and friendly dogs are likely to greet your vehicle with lots of barking; They can sound scary, but they really want lov'ins. Please keep visiting dogs on leash or in hand when you arrive because doggie-spats have happened before. And let us know if your dog may be (or unkown?) a chicken, cat, or goat killer. It's happened before, sadly.

Phone service: we don't have very much, so if you need to get in touch last minute, texting is your best bet (though still not guaranteed to reach us!). Voicemail is hit or miss.

If you can't make it before dark, plan on bringing a flashlight so you can find your way to your cabin. The Hobbit Hole's center has an atrium that illuminates during the day, and lit by candlelight by night. BYOC (Bring your won candles, please)

Directions: Here is a backup copy of the directions that you will need to follow in order to find us out in the woods. Please DO NOT count on phone service, maps, map apps, GPS, etc, for our remote location - we don't even have a street address to input. Print and use the directions carefully and you'll make it fine.

Let me know if you have any questions and we will see you soon!

Best

Dan and Villagers

Maitreya Mountain Villagers

Directions to Maitreya Mountain Village

DO NOT USE GPS!!!!

You will be lost for days, wandering aimlessly through the National Forest with your little techno-rectangle in hand, probably end up be eaten by bears, with wailing and gnashing of teeth, and horrible stuff like that. DON'T do it.

Coming from North/Oregon coast on Hwy 101 Travel 11 miles over the Oregon border to Hwy 197 Turn Left on Hwy 197 and continue to Hwy 199 Turn Left on Hwy 199 (East) -- it's 17.2 miles to Patrick Creek Lodge – 20 miles to Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05) Turn Right onto Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05), a paved road Travel 1 mile on Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05) until you reach a fork in the road (right is 17N08, a dirt road) Veer right onto 17N08 and travel 3.6 miles to Maitreya Mountain Village

  • Use your odometer** (for the 3.6 miles on 17N08), as the driveway on the right is not always easy to see. Look for an orange cone and yellow smiley face at the entrance to the driveway

  • Go through the yellow security gate (it will be open) and over the red bridge. The bridge is narrow (83.5 inches) and has ramps on both sides - if you have an unusually wide or long vehicle or otherwise feel uncomfortable with the bridge, please let us know and possibly someone is available for a shuttle. Otherwise, just hike up to cabin areas and ask if you're unsure.

  • If you have any kind of truck or SUV, you can drive through the creek during most of the year.

Please park in the designated "cabin parking" areas along the driveway. From the cabin parking area, you'll see the Hobbit Hole is nearby, the first structure on the right, up on the hillside.

Coming from Grants Pass/Medford, Oregon, or I-5 Route Take Highway 199 South/West towards Crescent City Travel 11 miles past the Oregon Border (or 24 miles past the city of Cave Junction) to Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05) Turn Left onto Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05), a paved road Travel 1 mile on Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05) until you reach a fork in the road (right is 17N08, a dirt road) Veer right onto 17N08 and travel 3.6 miles to Maitreya Mountain Village

  • Use your odometer** (for the 3.6 miles on 17N08), as the driveway on the right is not always easy to see. Look for an orange cone and yellow smiley face at the entrance to the driveway
  • Go through the yellow security gate (it will be open) and over the red bridge. The bridge is narrow (83.5 inches) and has ramps on both sides - if you have an unusually wide or long vehicle or otherwise feel uncomfortable with the bridge, please let us know and possibly someone is available for a shuttle. Otherwise, just hike up to cabin areas and ask if you're unsure.

  • If you have any kind of truck or SUV, you can drive through the creek during most of the year.

Please park in the designated "cabin parking" areas along the driveway. From the cabin parking area, you'll see the Hobbit Hole is nearby, the first structure on the right, up on the hillside.

Coming from South of Crescent City, California Enter Crescent City from Hwy 101, then take Highway 199 (Redwood Hwy) East towards Grants Pass/Cave Junction Travel approximately 25 miles on Hwy 199 to Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05)... once you see Patrick Creek Lodge on your left, you are 2.7 miles from our road. Turn Right onto Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05) a paved road Travel 1 mile on Little Jones Creek Rd. (17N05) until you reach a fork in the road (right is 17N08, a dirt road) Veer right onto 17N08 and travel 3.6 miles to Maitreya Mountain Village

  • Use your odometer** (for the 3.6 miles on 17N08), as the driveway on the right is not always easy to see. Look for an orange cone and yellow smiley face at the entrance to the driveway

  • Go through the yellow security gate (it will be open) and over the red bridge. The bridge is narrow (83.5 inches) and has ramps on both sides - if you have an unusually wide or long vehicle or otherwise feel uncomfortable with the bridge, please let us know and possibly someone is available for a shuttle. Otherwise, just hike up to cabin areas and ask if you're unsure.

  • If you have any kind of truck or SUV, you can drive through the creek during most of the year.

Please park in the designated "cabin parking" areas along the driveway. From the cabin parking area, you'll see the Hobbit Hole is nearby, the first structure on the right, up on the hillside.

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House Rules


Check In Time: 16:00
Check Out Time: 11:00
Max occupancy: 2 guests

Sleeping Arrangements


Common Space
Bed types not specified
Bedroom 1
Bed types not specified

Rates

Rate Name Nightly Weekend Weekly Monthly
Default Rate
No Minimum Stay
$13 CAD - - -
Seasonal
02/11/18 - 02/11/21
1 Night Minimum
$82 CAD - - -

Amenities

Entertainment

DVD Player

Outdoors

Kayak
Waterfront

Services

Restaurant On Site
Guided Fishing Tours

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Availability last updated Feb 17, 2018
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