Air conditioner is a new addition. There is a fan also.Note book on bed with lots of local information.
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Our home is just 3 blocks walk from downtown. Access the room with a private door from the outside. You’ll find a cozy one bedroom suite, perfect for a couple. On suite bathroom with bathtub! Coffee, tea, cereal provided!


Die Unterkunft
Unterkunft für: 2
Badezimmer: 1
Schlafzimmer: 1
Betten: 1
Check-in: Jederzeit nach 14:00
Check-out: 10:00
Haustierbesitzer: Hund(e) und Katze(n)
Art des Zimmers: Privatzimmer

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Preise
Reinigungsgebühr: 5€
Wochenrabatt: 33%
Stornierung: Moderat

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Our home is just 3 blocks walk from downtown. Access the room with a private door from the outside. You’ll find a cozy one bedroom suite, perfect for a couple. On suite bathroom with bathtub! Coffee, tea, cereal provided!

Our home is on historic Bradford Street. Surrounded by some very lovely old homes. You may be awakened on Sunday to the sound of Church Bells from Saint Patrick’s Church (just like in Europe) The room is perfect for a couple, with everything you’ll need for a long weekend or a stop over on your way to or from Yosemite (75 miles away which takes about 1.5 hours to travel to the valley floor) The street we live on may be busy on week day mornings, as the county employees head to work but things quiet down a lot on the weekends. Friday morning is garbage day so it is a bit more noisy then!
Our location is ideal for walking to downtown. You will find many fine restaurants and (email hidden) theater. A grocery market is just a few minutes walk as well as several banks, galleries and museums. The fairgrounds are just a few blocks away. Everything is within a very short and comfortable walking distance.
The local Art Night 'Second Saturday' is held on the second Saturday of each month, from 5-8pm, where you will find many shops and galleries open and hosting local artists and musicians.
In the summer you can walk to Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings.
I’ve made a book with all the restaurants and area attractions to help you find your way around our community but feel free to knock on our door and ask questions.
You'll find a comfortable queen sized bed. A bistro table and chairs for game playing. A TV with Comcast cable and high speed internet. There is a coffee pot, fridge and microwave, iron, ironing board.
We recently upgraded our bedding, new carpet, new shower curtain and some new towels. Starting a new year!

The bedroom is attached to our house but we would love for you to have all the privacy you would like so you have a private entrance and your own bathroom. We hooked up a nice cooling air conditioner and there is a fan. You will be very comfortable even if it is hot outside!

We live in the house full time but still may or may not be home when you arrive.
We will give you the information about the key coded lock box a few days before your arrival. This way you can arrive at your convenience.
There will be a book of information in the room for you upon your arrival and some really fun books about the town of Sonora and surrounding areas.

In the beautiful Sierra Nevada Foothills, in the heart of California’s “Gold Country” lies Sonora , named after the miners from Sonora Mexico who settled the City in 1848. Known as the “Queen of the Southern Mines”, this pristine City still holds on to its historic charm with many of its existing buildings dating back to the 1800’s. In fact, a walk along most streets in the City allows one to reminisce with days gone by; a brick or stone building, a slate wall, an iron shutter or fence, or a historic home nestled in an old fashioned garden.
Along with Historic buildings the City is home to three museums. These museums give visitors an insight into the way of life in California's mining towns. The California State Park's of Columbia and Railtown 1897, just a short drive from Sonora, are also a must see to get the full "Mother lode" experience.

The Historic Downtown is also home to the Tuolumne County Arts Alliance and several art studios featuring the brilliant work of local artists. Being known as the regional center for arts and entertainment visitors can enjoy live theater (walk to Stage 3 or a short drive to two Sierra Rep theaters) and year-round events and festivals.

A short drive away you will find the wonderful Black Oak Casino with free live music nightly.

Every season brings a natural beauty to Sonora.
Visitors can also partake in the numerous winter and summer outdoor activities located just outside the City and in the nearby Stanislaus National Forest. These include skiing, hiking, boating, swimming and horseback riding.
Sonora is an easy drive from the San Francisco Bay Area or the Central Valley. State Highways 108 and 49 pass through the City, which, incidentally, is just seventy miles north of Yosemite National Park. It takes 1 hour to get to the park gate and then 30 minutes to drive through the park to the Valley Floor. You will see amazing views all along your drive.

It is easiest if you have a car to get to some of the area attractions but Tuolumne County Trollies (old time buses) run between the gold mine towns of Jamestown, Columbia and Sonora.
In summer YARTS (Yosemite Area Regional Transit) runs from downtown to Yosemite daily. Taking the bus to the valley is an amazing way to go. Sit back and relax. When you get to the Valley there is plenty of public transportation to get around the Valley floor.

There is plenty of parking on the street but you must be able to walk up about 5 stairs to get up to the sidewalk in front of our home.

The front has a stone path that is uneven so walk with caution. There is a motion light that will come on and light your way!

We don't have a kitchen sink for you to wash dishes but there are two sets of everything and you may leave your dirty dishes outside the door on the provided bucket and we will wash them and leave them for you to replace.

It's come to our attention that metro pcs phone service does not work here in Sonora. At&t, Sprint, Verizon all do.
We are now permitted with the City of Sonora! Paying our Transient Tax. Our Permit#T15-0001.


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Please be respectful of our home. Treat it as your own. Please be quiet after 10:00 pm., no smoking indoors, no candle burning inside and at this time no pets.


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Laurie & Bob

Laurie & Bob

Sonora, Kalifornien, Vereinigte Staaten · Mitglied seit Oktober 2012

Bob and I love to travel. We've been married 32 years. Now retired. We have two mature children. We LOVE Airbnb and decided to list our home and share the experience with others. We have listed our spare bedroom and look forward to meeting Airbnb'rs from around the world!

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