The SugarPine- Our Cozy Family Cabin- Sleeps 2adults and 3kids or 4 adultsEndless Hikes along the creeks
Lake Pillsbury, Hull Mt.Cabin 2BR1Ba w/deck

Entire home/apt

4 guests

2 bedrooms

3 beds
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Ages 2 - 12
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4 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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The Sugarpine Cabin is great for the no fuss family or group of 4, who prefers a place to comfortably rest and enjoy the outdoors.
Providing a private Deck and Fire Pit. Clean and Comfortable beds with hot shower.
Fully stocked Co-op Kitchen is included with rental
Set among a hillside of trees surrounded by the Mendocino National Forest. Lake Pillsbury, Hull Mountain and Eel River are the main attractions nearby.

Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

The space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 3
Check In: 3PM - 9PM
Check Out: 11AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s)
Room type: Entire home/apt


Cleaning Fee $84 NZD
Security Deposit $280 NZD
Weekly Discount: 20%
Weekend Price $168 NZD / night
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House Rules


-Must be 21 years and up to rent this cabin.
- All guests and pets must be accounted for before arrival. Please make sure you put total number in the reservation. Attempting to have guests (not on reservation) on property or in cabin is prohibited.
-Once accepted the Directions /Tips must be read copy/pasted before your departure. GPS and Address alone will not get you here.
GPS will take you on closed road.

*****CHECK-IN POLICY-If you decide to come after Check-In period; you will be charged $20.00 per hour after 9pm
-Be respectful all living creatures, guests, innkeepers and neighbors. Be aware and thoughtful of your surroundings.
-We encourage infants and children but, your eyes must be on them at all times. The wilderness brings Bats, bees,snakes and spiders along with all other wildlife.
-Please follow guidelines for Fire Awareness when using fire pits (your host will give you upon arrival.)

-DOG POLICY- This is a dog's happy place!
We allow well behaved, immunized, potty trained dogs here. Just need
-PET FEE is $10.00 per day/Per Dog
-Pets must be leashed at all times! Must always clean up pet waste. You will be charged if you fail to do so. We do have designated area for off leash play and ok to be around your campfire, under voice command. The surrounding area has no leash law Sept-May.
-There are 2 dogs on property that we usually do a leashed meet and greet to start. They are playful but bark a lot at first. This is their home.

-Minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
-The kitchen Co-op is a shared space. Please respect the clean up rules posted in kitchen and all signs. Please- No pets in Co-op kitchen and do not leave unattended in your cabin.
-We are on Solar Energy so please, conserve. If you leave an outside light on all night we will knock on your door to turn it off.
-Lights out when leaving cabin or kitchen. Fans available in closets for hot weather months. NO A/C.
-In colder months the propane heater will turned on by innkeeper. Always use wisely and conservatively.
-Please follow the 15mph speed limit within gates! And when exiting or entering gate-wait till it closes behind you.

You must also acknowledge
Must climb stairs - only 2- 4 stairs. All equipped with handrail
Pet(s) live on property - 2 mid-sized dogs. They do bark when they see new guests, but not harmful.
Some spaces are shared - Co-op Kitchen, Horeseshoe and Hammock area


Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

2 nights minimum stay.
From Nov 18 - 26, 2017 the minimum stay is 4 nights.

13 Reviews

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Amy User Profile
September 2017
Not recommended for August to October!!! We stayed Labor Day weekend, which was incredibly hot. The pond was dried up, the lake was not accessible, and finding the river takes a great deal of navigational skill. (we gave up) The maps provided in the cabin are not adequate for navigating the area. Bring your own maps if you can. It's an hour drive up a dirt road, without cell phone. At ~110 degrees, we basically sat in the cabin and drove around with the air conditioner on.... We were certainly glad we weren't camping in a tent, but $150/night for the cabin seemed high. Particularly given there is not much to do this time of year. There is a ceiling fan and a small fan in the kids room. They seemed inadequate given the heat. We brought our own fan, which helped, but sadly we left it in the cabin. Heather was wonderful, when available. She lives on the property, and was very welcoming when we arrived. You definitely need to read the full disclosure listed. The cabin was clean, but the floor is quite slanted, and therefore, so are the beds. It would be lovely in the fall, or spring. It's miserable in the heat. We ended up leaving a day early. (of course the heat is not Heather's fault....)

Kris User Profile
August 2017
Completely worth the drive. Hidden gem of a spot. We hope to be back soon. -Kris & Irwin

Chris User Profile
July 2017
The cabin was nice and exactly as described. The nearby swimming pond is great, and I would highly recommend it if you'e here during the summer. And Heather was a great host - friendly and helpful.

Olga User Profile
July 2017
We enjoyed our stay a lot and will come back! Plan your trip in advance and follow check-in rules - it's better to arrive before the dark, there is no coverage and getting to the ranch can be tricky at night. It's a beautiful place to spend a calm weekend full of nature and relaxation.

Angie User Profile
July 2017
The entire trip was a delightful retreat for my husband, daughter and I. The ride up Elk Mountain Road was an adventure but once we were there, Heather helped us nestle into our cabin and find our way around. She was an incredible host! We loved hearing about the history of the lodge and our lil is now very curious about the Wizard of Oz. The cabin was clean, porch area was wonderful for evenings and kitchen co-op was a new experience that I am now a huge fan of. Thank you so much for giving us a relaxing weekend away from home. We can't wait to come back!

Natasha User Profile
July 2017
An electronics-free haven in the wilderness, this is the place is if you're looking to get away from it all. Heather was a friendly and helpful host and gave us lots of great tips about the area. Highlights were cooking marshmallows over the fire pit, long lake swims and seeing a real live bear in the woods!!!

Melissa User Profile
June 2017
Heather, thank you so much for your hospitality. My family and I had a beautiful time and look forward to visiting again very soon. It was a sweet escape. We did not want to leave. Each cabin is very unique with alot of character and space. Nice linen and plush comforters. The SugarPine cabin was perfect for a family of four. The co-op kitchen has everything you need and more. Heather had a delicious blood orange syrup for sale, that we enjoyed with pancakes, and a homemade salve. Along with a grill at your cabin. Heather was extremely knowledgeable about the area and took my family down to the polo field to enjoy a spectacular view of the stars. The river water and weather was perfect. Over a 100 degrees but you do get a breeze and you are surrounded by lakes and rivers so its bearable. Thanks again

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