Trinidad House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, loft, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 10
The Groth House was once home to renowned sculptor, Bruno and artist wife, Nita Groth, who built this spectacular house from rough hewn timber and sheets of glass. Boldly commanding a granite cliff above the sea, the Groth House is a magnificent blend of the art of nature and the art of man. It's located in the north coast, about 4-5 hrs. from San Francisco, in the quaint town of Trinidad, Ca. Heart of the house is the great room, which is enveloped in large windows and offers a breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean and quaint fishing port. A gentle trail leads to the beach below. The house boasts of wraparound deck, comfortable furnishings, view from 2 bedrooms, one more bedroom, 2 bathrooms, large screen TV in the great room, stereo, well stocked kitchen, sunken tub in the loft bedroom, washer/dryer, dishwasher, phones and CD players in the bedrooms, extra linens, pillows, and Internet connection. Opportunities for excursions are plentiful and varied.
Seasonal Highlights: Winter: many sparkling clear days, pounding surf, whale migration, crab season.
Spring: opening of salmon season, wildflowers and mussel tides.
Summer: beach picnics, outdoor concerts, community festivals.
Fall: balmy days, beautiful sunsets, blackberry harvest, country fairs.
Groth House offers beauty and comfort, sea and solitude,warmth and congeniality, excitement and exercise....
something for everyone.
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
My husband and I used to come up to Trinidad to visit friends.When the opportunity came up to purchase the property,we did not hesitate. We both work long hours and are in the health service profession,so the place provides a much needed R&R,even on weekends or long holidays.
The magnificent view,the quaint town, it's interesting museum,shops and restaurants.The tranquil surroundings,where time absolutely stands still.