The Waterfall Cabin is a romantic one bedroom, one bath redwood shake cabin with lodge decor, Franklin wood stove, large windows, and open beamed ceilings.

The cabin is in a private location on 1 1/2 acres and not within a mountain community. It is within the Giant Sequoia National Monument at 3800' elevation with a breathtaking view of the Sierra to the east and an expansive view of the valley (sometimes to the Coast Ranges) to the west. It has a spacious 'tree house' deck with Adirondack chairs, picnic table and gas bar-b-que for outdoor relaxation. Luxury towels, Egyptian cotton linens, Turkish bath robes and down comforters are provided for a special romantic experience.

Kitchen is fully equipped with stove, microwave, fridge with ice maker, coffee grinder, french press, coffee maker, toaster, blender and all utensils and cookware. Firewood is provided and cabin is equipped with air conditioning, propane wall furnace and ceiling fan. Two additional guests can be accommodated by a queen leather sleeper sofa in the living room and a full closet in the bathroom.

Broadband satellite internet with Wifi is furnished as well as a new 32" LCD flat screen television.

A series of waterfalls and pools carved out of solid granite bedrock are on the property just behind the cabin on Bear Creek for cooling down or relaxing by. The cabin sits above the waterfalls and access is by a short but steep and narrow switchback trail down to creek level. Those not in good physical condition may have difficulty.

It's a perfect 'out there' couple's or writer's retreat for those who want to lose the touristy scene and find some serenity.

The cabin is surrounded by pines, oaks and manzanitas and serenaded by the sound of the waterfall. The site was a long-time camp for local Native Americans. Artifacts have been discovered here and mortar stones for grinding acorns surround the cabin.

The house is located on Bear Creek Road within the Giant Sequoia National Monument, and 10 miles from the quaint village of Springville.