Lodging at Far Horizons
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This cabin is one of the larger cabins and features a separate bedroom with a queen sized bed, a twin bed and direct access to the large deck.
The main living space has two 1 twin bed—along with a large futon. Fir is a good cabin for a family, or a group of friends that want to share a cabin. French doors provide access to the deck from the living room and the bedroom. There is a spectacular view of the mountains and trees from both rooms and the large deck.
This cabin is ideal for one couple without children. It has a king-size bed and a fireplace. Its deck is perfect for an afternoon tea, under the shade of the adjoining tree, or for lounging on the sunny side. Jeffrey is the closest cabin to the kitchen, and overlooks Cedar
The layout of this cabin is a creative one. Access to the bedroom area, from the dining/living area is via the kitchen, bathroom, or deck. Cedar has 3 twin beds and one full sized bed.
The deck is the largest among all our cabins, and can almost serve as an extension to your bedroom on warm nights.
Well laid out and spacious, the Sequoia cabin is ideal for a couple with one child. There is 1 twin and 1 queen bed in the main room.
The full East exposure of the deck, and the open area on the downhill side of the cabin make it a pleasant solarium with a view of the evergreens for lazy afternoons.
This cabin was the first built on the site, and offers the largest surface area (not including Lodgepole).
The main room has 1 queen and 1 twin bed, and there is a separate, small bedroom that houses two twin sized beds. Sugarpine a good cabin for a family with up to 3 children. Large windows let in an abundant morning sunlight.
Tucked away downhill from Sugarpine, Oak has the smallest square footage of any of the cabins. It has 2 twin beds in the main room.
Farthest from the “active” areas (the kitchen, hall & campfire), it is best for those of our guests who enjoy quiet contemplation, while enjoying a view of the high Sierras. A short walk away is the amphitheater, if you want to meditate in one of our most sacred spots.
More than just a cabin, this is a house. The original residence of the Hull family, while Far Horizons was being built, it is fully winterized and boasts a two-story layout.
Ideal for a large group (up to 6 people) or two families who enjoy sharing accommodations. Lodgepole is reserved for groups of four or more people. There is 1 twin bed and a couch downstairs, 2 twin beds on the landing, and 2 full sized beds in separate sleeping areas upstairs.
Campsites are nestled among a grove of Ponderosa pine trees that can accommodate tents or small campers. Hot showers and bathrooms are available in the shared bathouse close by. There are no RV dumps available.
These cozy rooms are designed for guests on a budget. Each room has 2 to 3 beds, but single occupancy is common. There is a shared bath house nearby with hot showers. Rooms are located near the main hall and dining area.
These slightly larger rooms have 2 twin beds per room. Participants share 2 bathrooms in a common area. Chalet rooms are located up a short, steep hill about 150 yards from the dining area.
Sleeping accommodations for 4 to 6 people. Excellent for families and friends, they include a sitting room, a private bath and kitchen. Chalet is located up a short steep hill about 150 yards from the dining area.