3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom cabin with mountain views (sleeps 6-7)
About Beth Moore
We live in the San Joaquin Valley and both work in environmental careers where we can exercise our shared passion of saving the planet. Spending time here on the Smith River is a way for us to recharge our souls and reconnect with the natural world we cherish. We call this cabin our 'Bliss Place' in honor of our beloved friend, mentor and poet-jester Peter Douglas, who followed his bliss all the way to the South Fork, and then brought us along for the ride. We hope it inspires you to protect something you love. ~Sarah & Dan
Beth Moore purchased this Cabin in 2005
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Nice cabin in a secluded area
We booked our reservation to this property based on a friends' recommendation. It does take a while to get out there, but it is nice and secluded. Absolutely no other noise than sounds of nature. We can definitely recommend it to others. The stairs going up to the upper bedrooms are a bit tight if you happen to be bigger or taller, and the ceilings are a bit low upstairs also due to the roofline. But, other than that, its a great place in a beautiful area.
Fun and relaxing
This place was perfect. We enjoyed it. And had a nice fire and a small glass of congac to calm things down in the evening time. Saw deer from the window. And drove to the ocean during the daytime. 5/5 excellent place
True To It’s Name....
Deeply Nourishing in the peace of the Smith River area. Just a darling rustic cabin with all the modern amenities.
We just loved this place and will definitely be back. Thank you for such a great retreat.
One word: MAGICAL
Bliss place is a beautiful place to unwind, unplug and get back to nature.
We loved staying at Bliss place! It is a perfect combination of comfort and wilderness. We played in the beautiful Smith river, hiked on some nearby trailers and roasted marshmallows at night. We are definitely planning on returning.
Beth was very kind and helpful.
Adjacent to the National Forest, our cabin is in the heart of the Six Rivers National Recreation Area; a hiker’s Paradise. Nearby Howland Hill Road hosts numerous trail heads for long walks through the magical redwood rainforest. Mountain bikers will appreciate the easy access to miles of Forest Service roads. Or just drive to world-famous Stout Grove or along the incredibly scenic Highway 199 and find your favorite scenic turnout.
The Smith River is one of the top 10 steel head and cutthroat fisheries in the country and excellent guides in Crescent City will share their local knowledge with you to customize your adventure. Ocean sport fishing boats are available in Crescent City or Brookings - be sure to check out fishing license requirements and seasons.
Crescent City has all the modern conveniences, including movies, restaurants, internet cafes and shopping. The closest gas and general store is 10 miles away at Hiouchi Hamlet. Ocean beaches are just a 30 minute drive away.