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This beautiful and cosy ranch provides a welcome escape from the pressures of urban life. Yes, as other reviewers say, it is quite remote - and that's one of the benefits. We spent four blissful nights here, with mobile phones switched off, no checking of...More
The Howard Creek Ranch is definitely a special place unlike any other I've stayed at. We stayed there over Thanksgiving weekend and very much enjoyed the hospitality of Sally and Cheryl. The property is on a spectacular piece of land that is so close to...More
This was our third stay at the Howard Creek Ranch, our first being back in 2006. We tend to go up there over long holiday weekends, and this year was no different: we spent the US Thanksgiving weekend in the Beach House, our favorite cabin...More
I could never have asked for a more magical, romantic and adventurous 25th wedding anniversary! Sally, Sunny, Cheryl, and every single person there made us feel right at home even though we were 800 miles away. The property itself is breathtaking. The accomadations were stunning....More
Found it via B&BFinder(we had gift certificates), altho Sally the Innkeeperwasn't sure about accepting the gift certificates, we ended up splitting the 10% cost that had to go to B&Bfinder...so I wouldn't go there with Gift Certs. We stayed in the Waldon Room, and it...More
You walk down a graveled road, turn up the trail through pastureland, then into the woods and then up onto the ridge and into redwood country. You can also walk along the ocean bluff three miles north and loop around and... More
You walk down a graveled road, turn up the trail through pastureland, then into the woods and then up onto the ridge and into redwood country. You can also walk along the ocean bluff three miles north and loop around and walk a few miles south also along the bluff. You can also walk along the beach at high time, or wait until low tide and walk for twenty miles. Sally
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