Accommodations

OUR ACCOMMODATIONS

Seven romantic rooms themed after our beautiful national parks. All with a beautiful view of the pool area, courtyard, and garden area with beautiful palm trees.

Yosemite

The Yosemite room is full of paintings created by the owner. The room is pure and sweet character is evoked by pastel, green and lavender colors with white furniture in this bright room. French doors open to a veranda where you can enjoy the sunset while relaxing in a comfortable chair. It has a full bed in the room and large antique tub with shower in the private bathroom that no one else uses, which is located just across the hall.

Sequoia Room

Snuggle up in front of the fireplace in the king bed which has a canopy above the head of the bed. Relax on the veranda in cushioned chairs. You'll really feel pampered as you sit in the Jacuzzi tub in the marble bathroom surrounded by faux tower "windows". Separate shower stall in addition to Jacuzzi tub.

Grand Canyon Room

This room has a Grand Canyon theme with lush burgundy tones complete with a red crystal chandelier and huge ornate mirror by the king bed. A claw foot tub with shower sits in the room. Step onto a veranda and watch the sun go down behind the foothills while relaxing on the cushioned bistro set.

Bryce Room

This room is decorated with subdued tones and has a king bed and large “library” bathroom with shower stall. Foothill view.

Zion Room

This room is themed after Zion park. The sliding glass doors of this downstairs room allows access to a deck with a bistro set great for dinning off the brick courtyard overlooking the pool. 27" TV, VCR and bathroom with shower stall only. No tub.

Kings Canyon Room

This room is downstairs across the courtyard and a little removed from the other rooms. This large suite has an electric fireplace, over-stuffed leather chair, couch, TV, VCR and a claw foot tub with shower, and California King bed.

Yellowstone Room

This room is themed after Yellowstone park. It has a gold antique tub with shower in the room. It has a massive wooden four-poster queen bed and is decorated in black and gold colors. Take in the mountain view without lifting your head from the pillow by looking out the nine feet of windows facing east. Look the other direction and view from a faux balcony, an old gas lit city street scene complete with horses and carriages.