Lake Almanor House Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths. Sleeps 2 - 6 + (King sofa bed if needed)
Located near Lake Almanor in historic lumber town of Westwood, California - home of Babe and his Blue OX. and the beginning of the Bizz Johnson trail.
The Country Cottage has been a favorite famiy vacation destination for many years and we are now able to share it with others who love the great Northern California landscape.
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We are a fully and completely equipped home with a piano in the palor. Laundry room, full kitchen, large living room, TV's. VCR, DVD, Cassett player, movies and games
The home is in town on a large level fully fenced yard. Nearby is Mountain Meadows Reservior, Lake Almanor, Feather River, and Lassen Volcanic National Park. Lakes, streams, creeks, and rivers abound here .
The lofty and majestic pines, the mountains, and the clear night skys are a treat to experience. The stars are seen as brighter up here. The air is fresher and the environment is envigorating. Treat yourself and your family to a special area of California and explore this wonderland for your
some guest comments: Read what some of our guests have said:
'Love the place. Had a great stay in Westwood.' Thanx....Tim
'We enjoyed ourselves immensely...lovely house to stay in, Westwood and surrounding area has been inspiring and restful for me and my family.' Kristina M.
'We had a great vacation here. The surroundings were spectacular. We enjoyed the Country Cottage - very comfortable accommodations for our family. We hope to come again.' Robert G.
'Thank you for giving us such a wonderful experience of staying in your Westwood house. We could enjoy a lot in Lassen Park and the beautiful surrounding places.' Jayanta D.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair accessible
About Carol or Boya Faust
This was our family vacation home and when my parents passed away we were already in the vacation rental business and wanted to share this special place with family friends and guests.
I have always thought of Westwood as a fishing dream destination as I have spent so many hours chasing the trout here.
Carol or Boya Faust purchased this house in 1952
Why Carol or Boya Faust chose Lake Almanor
A Town is Born
Here in the heart of the wilderness
Where wildlife roamed at will
Amid primeval forest
Where even time stood still,
Where rushing rivers downward dashed
Through meadows green with waving grass
Snowy peaks towered to the skies
Amid smiling lakes that watched closeby.
Where the trees talked to the stars at night
And the moon looked down and smiled.
Where the breeze whispered secrets
And the lakes extend for miles.
Into this place of towering pines
Where natures voise excelled all chimes
Came man with ax and saw and blade
And out of this land so fair and free
a town was born for you and me.
In the heart of the Sierras
You will find it nestled there
The little town of Westwood
with traditions quaint and rare.
As years go by and times holds sway
its houses may fall into decay,
It's people may leave for parts unknown
The years and streets may be overgrown
Even the breeze may seem to sigh
with memories of the days gone by.
But in our hearts and in our minds
there will always be a Westwood
There among the pines.
By Ethel Hurd (recorded in 1949)
What makes this house unique
The Country Cottage is a very comfortable home that welcomes you to really relax, explore our town and the surrounding areas
I have placed a booklet in the home letting you in on some of our in town events, places to eat, and little known areas like the Subway Lave Caves to have to see to believe.
Everything is provided here. Just bring your toothbrush and clothes and food you want to eat unless you want to eat at our local restaurants. ( The Old Mill ( breakfast and lunch) Buffalo Chips ( PIzza +++) The Moonlight Cafe ( new dinner house)
snack shacks and taco stands too.
We also have Youngs Super Market that has been here since the early 50's and is a fixture in our town.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Bring waht food you care to and if you need a couple of tiems the country store is well stocked.
The town museum is professionally arranged and the tall Paul Bunyon and sculpture on the main drag lets you know that this was once the largerst lumber town west of the Rockies.
HIking trails, fishing streams and lakes give you rainbow trout fo ryour dinner or bass from the lakes.
Did anyone say that Westwood has the best pizza you have ever eaten at Buffalo Chips