This spacious, rustic cabin on river frontage property has an established trail on property that leads to the Kaweah River. Experience glorious views of Morro Rock and Alta Peak from your kitchen. A 10 min. drive takes you to Sequoia National Park. Experience the quiet and relax on the porch, enjoying the views and the sounds of the river. Unbelievable stargazing outside your door. Walk down the trail and fish for small mouth bass off of this property.
Absolutely no more than six guests are permitted to stay at this house. As an older "cabin", for a number of reasons, it cannot support more guests.
If it is found that more guests than originally reported to the host are staying at the house, the stay will be forfeited. If it is found after the fact, a $50 per day, per person, will be charged to the guest through Airbnb.
No cell service except A.T.andT. works at the house or in most of Three Rivers.
A required Tulare County 10% Occupancy Tax has already been factored into the reservation cost.
The whole house on a two acre property, including river access, will be yours. Guests must use only the path directly in front of the house to walk down to the river. Guests must respect the adjoining properties by not using their paths down to the river or up to the house.
Along with the 62" living room HD T.V. with satellite, there is a CD player, board games, a ping-pong table and many books and magazines.
We have the maximum high-speed wireless internet service Dish offers in the area. Guests are asked not to download more than one movie per day or subsequent guests' internet service will be negatively impacted.
You've taken the trouble to travel to a peaceful town, river gurgling close by, stars splashed across the night sky: do you really want to watch movies during your short time here?
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As host, I am available all hours by cell phone. I don't live in Three Rivers. My next door neighbor/caretaker Kori will also be available to help you with any questions or concerns.
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One dog is welcomed.
If bringing a dog, it is advised to keep it close by as the house is located in a rural setting (coyotes, bears, hawks, eagles and snakes). Please make sure you pick up after your dog for the next guests.
Children are welcome. However, please keep in mind that the house is not 100% child safe. There may be some cleaning supplies in reach of toddlers. There are blinds in the upper bedroom suite that must be tied up tightly if small children have access to the area.
No smoking, due to severe fire hazard in the area.
Hopefully, a reason for staying here is to unplug somewhat. I have the maximum amount of wireless from Dish, but if one family downloads movies, it makes it likely that guests who stay afterwards will have significantly less wireless capacity. For this reason, I ask that you respect other guests' experience and refrain from downloading.
Please no loud late night partying (past 11:00 pm) as a courtesy to our neighbors.
No barbecuing is allowed on the property due to the extreme fire hazard in the area.
Please don't leave food outside of house, on porch, on patio, as it will attract unwanted visits from bears and other animals you don't want to be surprised to see.
Children should be supervised, especially by the trail and the river.
Stay to paths and grass; do not walk in dense brush (snakes!).
Enjoy your stay!
I live and teach in Long Beach but make it up to Three Rivers as often as I can. I have owned the house for ten years. I fell in love with the area and decided to buy after a visit on a lovely June vacation. I hope you'll feel as relaxed and refreshed after visiting as I do.