|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Casa pequeño is a small hand done cabin with reclaimed materials throughout.Redwood siding,benches and bathroom counter were milled from windfall trees on the property.Ceiling decking,window surrounds,flooring and baseboard was reclaimed from antiquated barns in the midwest.Floor tiles in bathroom are reclaimed from France.The cabin has a queen size bed that is elevated in a loft.There is a 1/2 bath toilet sink inside.The shower and tub are outside.The kitchen is equipped with everything you will need to cook,there is a two burner propane stove ,under counter fridge,all the cookware ,plates ,bowls,utensils,coffee,sugar,olive oil,and spices.The cabin is best suited for a couple but there is also a day bed that folds down for one person.There is a short trail from the parking lot up to the cabin with a slight elevation gain.There are fruit trees that surround the cabin with sunlight most of the day directly hitting it.
We are a family of five that have lived in the canyon since 1973.We love to share the unique environment with visitors.
Aaron purchased this cabin in 2011
This property is close to both Big Sur and Carmel it is truly best of both worlds.Many of the VRBO'S in Big Sur are off dirt roads a bonus of this cabin is it is on a paved road.The cabin is far enough off the road not to see any cars.
Came here at night because I worked in the morning, knew it would be dark so I brought a flashlight to find the path up to the cabin. It was hard bringing up my rolling suitcase because the path is dirt and gravel, but we managed well enough. The first night we were bummed because there was no internet and we wanted to cuddle up around my laptop to watch some netflix. However, the next day my boyfriend found the router... outside in a little closet on the side of the cabin. Nnnnoooo clue why it was out there. Anyways, brought it in, hooked it up and was working good. (But we really only needed it for night time after coming back from our daytime adventures around Monterey and Carmel). The cabin is very cute and homey. Be aware the bed is right under the angled ceiling so on the right side of the bed, be careful not to bang your head. Like my boyfriend did a couple of times. (It was funny). The bath was greaaattt!! Loved taking a bath outside. Dont worry about the color of the water! (Its a little yellow, but the water is fine) I would also recommend bringing bathbombs!! My boyfriend did, made the bath even better. And dont worry about other people seeing you, the cabin is secluded. My boyfriend and I want to go back so bad and soon. We didnt want to leave, we both loved it so much.
We just stayed last weekend and a last minute booking. It was great! Really private and quiet, perfect for two people looking to check out and relax. The outside bath was such a great addition. Perfect for our weekend getaway.
I don’t normally ever write reviews for anything but I felt compelled to after reading such negative comments from Carrin B. I recently stayed at “Casa Pequeño” and really enjoyed my time there, it is a very comfortable and quiet little place where I felt at ease and at home. Due to the storms and road closures I spent a lot of time wandering the beautiful Redwood forest and garden that surrounds the cabin and relaxed on the deck admiring the view. I intend to visit Big Sur at a later date but for now I wasn’t at all disappointed about having to remain in the immediate vicinity because I was content with such a peaceful break.
I also spent some time with the owners who were extremely helpful and kind. They showed me around the larger “country home” cabin which I found delightful and hope to stay in at some point in the future.
Rented this cabin for my daughter and her fiancé as a wedding gift on their wedding night and the house for my hubby and I and his sister from Minnesota. The wedding was set for a beach in Big Sir. I read the reviews about the stench in the main house and was worried. Not only did it smell horribly, like a rotting corpse, a window was broken, the wood stove door latch was broken, four terrible towels were left, and two rolls of toilet paper for THREE nights. And the bedding was horrific and the place was filthy. The power went out at 7:00 am (and was off still at 5:30 pm) so we had looked at the breaker box and what a scary sight that was, such a fire and safety hazard. My daughter and fiancé could not get to the beach due to a major storm and road closeure on Highway 1 so 30 or so close family members came to the yard to bear witness in the pouring rain. The owner showed up cursing obscenities and humiliated our entire family. He then illegally ejected us from his property, even the honeymooners. Despicable human being who is a slumlord on top of it. I was actually happy to get out of there, even packing up in the pitch dark with him lurking around was better than staying another night in that dump.
I absolutely will be back. If you're going for minimal and isolated, this is it! Read the instructions and bring a flashlight (iPhone flashlight should work to get to the cabin the first time) if you travel at night, because the solar lights provide little to no lighting.
I couldn't be more pleased with this stay.
I came here to celebrate my boyfriend's birthday.
This place was easy to find.
Very close to the beach and ocean view (literally less than 10 mins drive)
The cabin is deep into the wood and very private.
I had a great time.
Would recommend others.
The Big sur,Carmel and Monterey peninsula area is famous for its
wildlife and natural beauty.Some call Big sur the greatest meeting between land and sea.Carmel has beautiful white sand beaches and outstanding shopping.Monterey is known for the world famous Monterey bay aquarium,cannery row and storied past.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay