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USA California Humboldt County - California McKinleyville Listing #30977

Dear Ol' Dad's Cabin - McKinleyville, CA

6 reviews
Max occupancy: 3 1 Queen Bed, 1 Twin Bed 0 bedrooms 1 bathroom No pets 
2520 Libby Lane, McKinleyville, CA 95520

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If your check-in date is at least 30 days away, you can reschedule your trip, cancel and receive 100% of the cost as a Future Stay Credit, or cancel for a refund (minus the booking fee).

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Rustic cabin w/deck, BBQ - beneath a canopy of redwood trees!

Beneath a canopy of redwood trees, this rustic and convenient cabin awaits you! Many sentimental features of this home lend to its charming nature. Ideal for one couple, a couple with one child, or a couple of friends who do not mind sharing a close space. The kitchen might be small, but it's equipped with everything you need to prepare delicious meals and snacks. The small deck is just ideal for outdoor BBQing and relaxing while enjoying the vast view of redwood trees and nature. Enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of the forest - you'll feel right at home.

What's nearby:
This prime location is only four miles away from the Arcata-Eureka Airport, making it easy to and get around. Downtown McKinleyville is three and a half where you can find plenty of dining options if you don't feel like staying in and cook for everyone. It doesn't matter whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or you're just looking for a quiet place to unwind, the charming McKinleyville is the place to be. There are plenty of trails for biking and hiking and the most popular is the Hammond Trail, which extends five and a half miles from the Mad River to Clam Beach. Trinidad, once an old historic whaling town, known for scenic beaches, Patrick Point State Park, a small natural history museum, fishing pier, boating and fishing charters, restaurants and gift shops, is about a 13-mile drive north.

Things to know:
No WiFi available
Full kitchen without a dishwasher
No parties, no pets, and no smoking of any kind. This cabin does not have a washer or dryer.
The water is safe to bathe and cook with, but we do not recommend drinking it, and drinking water is provided, or you may purchase at the local grocery stores.
A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.

You must be 25 years or older to rent this property.


Kitchen & dining






Gas grill : Private


6 reviews

George and Kirsty N. Oct 2020
Good location. Our only comment is to make a note on the directions that the house is past the first driveway rather than turning on it.
Gary B. Sep 2020
Surely more than a little cabin. Very comfortable, not camping. Secluded yet close to town. Great deck w/ BBQ. Just the getaway we needed.
Roxanna H. Aug 2020
We loved the location and the quietness.
jennifer m. Aug 2020
Wheelchair accessible once we got up the two steps. Loved the style Nice little cabin in the woods.
Jim F. Jul 2020
If you’re looking for peace and quiet this is the place. Beautiful views, nice bed, great kitchen, it all seemed so new. The deck was certainly the place to be early morning and evening. The gas grill was real handy. We’d certainly stay there again.
Thomas K. Mar 2020
It was very quiet and restful. The cabin is small, but clean and modern. It's three miles from services, but that was ok with us.