You will fall in love with the Among The Stars tiny home located in Oakhurst, California, United States, suitable for up to 3 guests with one bedroom, and one bathroom. Among The Stars is a tiny vacation property located just 19 miles from the south entrance of Yosemite and 10 miles from Bass Lake. A few characteristics of the tiny home are that it sleeps up to 3 with one queen-sized bed, one twin bed, a hot tub, air conditioning, and heating. The tiny home has a shower that someone well over 6 feet can comfortably shower in, a private wifi network, Smart tv and you can feel free to log in to your own Netflix/Hulu, propane firepit, BBQ grill, log swingset, and 180-degree panoramic views of the. high Sierras.
This tiny home is not elderly-friendly, as you have to climb stairs to get into the lofts to sleep. It is mostly geared towards those guests seeking to explore all the area has to offer with a fun and memorable place to recharge. The vacation home has a shared driveway but has its own parking space (the nearest homes are over 100 feet away and mostly out of sight). All bedsheets, pillowcases, bath towels, spa towels, and hand towels are all brought in fresh every single stay from a professional linen company. When relaxing at nighttime, you'll look up and see why the owners named it Among The Stars. The tiny house is all self-check-in with a door code that will be provided to you.
You will want to note that the beds are loft beds, which means that you must be comfortable climbing the indoor ladder to the beds. There is a two-burner induction cooktop available if you need to cook (along with the outdoor BBQ), and there`s also a Keurig coffee maker. The fridge is not full-sized, but bigger than a mini fridge and has a freezer compartment, an ice maker is available.
Oakhurst is also known as Fresno Flats and is a town in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range just south of the entrance to Yosemite National Park. Located on the banks of the Fresno River, Oakhurst is home to several attractions and activities for the whole family, including Yosemite National Park, the Children's Museum of the Sierra, and the Golden Chain Theatre.
Scenic Route Highway 49. The Scenic Route Highway 49, also known as the Gold Rush Trail and Gold Chain Highway, is a 300-mile long byway that runs from north to south, beginning in Vinton and ending in Oakhurst. The Scenic Route Highway has a rich history that dates back to the Gold Rush era and is lined with historic mining towns that still have their 1850s charm. The highway is surrounded by the panoramic vistas and silvery gurgling streams of the western Sierra Nevada foothills, the highway passes by several key attractions including the Empire Mine State Historic Park in Grass Valley, once home to the richest hard-rock mine in California.