Located in the hamlet of Coffee Creek, Creek Stone Cabin is in the heart of the Trinity Alps forest of Nor. California. Discover a peaceful cabin and large porch overlooking a beautiful forest setting. The cabin is in a forest of cedar, pine and fir trees and is within walking distance of the Creek. This is an ideal vacation destination for those who want to get away from it all but still want access to the rivers, lake and village amenities. Imagine a day on the lake and evenings on the porch! The Cabin features a large porch with Adirondack chairs, a living room with a wood burning stove, and a front room of natural cedar and river rock. Full kitchen features a 4 burner propane stove/oven, microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. Cabin includes a breakfast table, large dining table and entertainment center with stereo, DVD and CD player. Two bedrooms each with a double bed, one bunk room with with bunk beds. 1 bathroom with Tub/Shower. Washer/ Dryer. Tasteful mountain decor
Great Atmosphere: The Creekstone Cabin was built in the 1960s. Local River rock and cedar construction give the building charm and distinction in keeping with the region. The front of the house has a river rock backed soapstone wood burning stove from New England. The furnishings reflect the mountain location. Upholstered couch and chairs offer comfort in the living room. The bedrooms also feature mountain cabin decor.
Large Porch: The front of the house that overlooks Coffee Creek Road offers a large porch for relaxation and reading. It is furnished with four cedar Adirondack chairs.
Great central location: Since the Cabin is on the outskirts of the village of Coffee Creek, it is close enough for convenience but far enough away for privacy. Coffee Creek is a great location because you are close to both the Trinity River and Coffee Creek as well as Trinity Lake. Coffee Creek and Trinity River converge at Coffee Creek before they enter the Lake. This is the location of one of the best known swimming holes in Trinity County, known locally as 'Mann Hole'.