Vacation rentals in North Coast

Vacation rentals in North Coast

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Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Inverness (ca), Tomales Bay
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Inverness (ca), Tomales Bay
Vacation Rental • 1991 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
9.9
(55 reviews)
Inverness, CA. Fantastic retreat for family and friends. Two minute walk to Chicken Ranch Beach on Tomales Bay - a terrific local beach for families. Spend hours on the beach and then walk back to the house to enjoy panoramic views of the Bay, Black Mountain and countryside, bird-watching and quiet, starry nights.Just minutes drive away from numerous ocean and bay beaches and hikes in the Point Reyes National Seashore and Tomales Bay State Park. Kayak rentals only 200 yards down the street. 3 BR, 2+ BA (3 showers, 1 tub); panoramic bay views from living areas and bedrooms; spacious deck wit...
from $428 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Bodega Bay, Wine Country
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Bodega Bay, Wine Country
Vacation Rental • 495 ft² • 1 Bedroom
9.9
(29 reviews)
Pine View Cottage is a 1 bedroom/1 bathroom home perfect for a couple looking for a peaceful and private retreat in the town of Bodega Bay. The Pine View Cottage has a full kitchen, private fenced patio, barbecue and private hot tub. The Pine View Cottage is located on scenic Highway 1 at the north end of the fishing village of Bodega Bay. It sits on a double lot adjacent to its sister-house, the Pine View Bungalow. There is ample parking for your car(s) or boat(s). Pine View Cottage was converted from a vintage garage and completed in 2014. Upon entering the home, you will immediately noti...
from $193 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Wine Country, Napa County
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Wine Country, Napa County
Vacation Rental • 947 ft² • 1 Bedroom
10.0
(100 reviews)
Located on the Silverado Trail, this one bedroom brand new cottage overlooks the World famous 3 Palms Vineyard. There are stunning views of the vineyard as well as Castello di Amorosa Castle to the west. This is located on a working Cabernet vineyard just minutes from St. Helena or downtown Calistoga, Ca. We have included every detail for our guests, comfort; luxury bed and linens, see through fireplace, WiFi. Living area that opens up to your own private deck. Professional Bocce ball court and an outdoor kitchen.Enjoy the sunset with a glass of wine from the deck. You will not be disappoin...
from $503 / night

Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices North Coast

$483for 25 May - 1 Jun
$472 annual average
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Current vacation rental availability North Coast

11%for 25 May - 1 Jun
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Highlights North Coast

  • Wine country
  • Redwood Forests
  • Ocean views
  • Whale watching
  • National parks
  • Organic restaurants
  • Historical sites
  • Art galleries
  • Fitness programs

Vacation rentals in North Coast

Experience the magic of California’s North Coast

Northern California’s wine country includes Sonoma, Napa, and Mendocino. There is such a variety of things to do here! Enjoy the awesome beauty of the Mayacama mountains, redwood forests, and coastline! Explore the diverse national parks offering hiking and water sports. Be inspired by miles of seacoast boasting whale watching and good surf. Climb Bald Mountain to see the Golden Gate Bridge and Sierra Nevadas. Or, hone your skills at the Chardonnay Golf Club featuring 150 acres of challenging golf. You’ll be enchanted by all the activities available to you here!

Fantastic spacious California rentals for everyone

Choose a rustic rental in the woods or a luxurious, elegant one with ocean views. These listings provide so many options! Perfect for couples, families and small groups, many of these rentals are architecturally fascinating with thoughtful touches and charming interior design. The accommodations feature unique amenities such as a fireplace, large living room, outdoor grill and pool as well as both indoor and outdoor dining areas. You will also enjoy the fully equipped kitchen, TV, desk for remote work and more! These rentals will have you sold on Northern California!

Vacations in North Coast

The area and getting around

Food and Wine with unforgettable views

Visit the vineyards, go wine tasting, and enjoy awesome views of the seacoast and mountains. For example, Mendocino Café’s beautifully landscaped garden atmosphere introduces fresh ingredients through its delightful international cuisine with an impressive wine list. Goodlife Café & Bakery specializes in fresh baked goods, gluten-free choices and a full menu of delicious organic options. Calmére Estate Winery offers many unique activities at their vineyard including “Brunch & Yoga.” You can ride a bicycle through Napa Valley’s 12.5-mile Vine Trail and taste wine along the way. Be sure to visit the art galleries and activities in these cities as well.

Explore exciting shopping and nightlife venues

One more activity worth mentioning is the unusual shopping venues like Tiddle E Winks Vintage 5 & Dime for quaint gifts, Mable & Mae for great clothing, Global Heart FreeTrade for international goods, and so much more. Because Sonoma is the birthplace of wine and legendary vineyards, they also support sustainable farming, organic produce, and farm to table cuisine. North Coast Brewing features live music. Jazz is playing at Ledford House and has exceptional ocean views coupled with a fine dining experience. During “crush” season, September to October, wineries in Napa Valley host harvest parties where you may join the fun of crushing grapes atmosphere.

Travelers and activities

North Coast for Adventure seekers

There is so much to do in this part of California, it’s hard to describe it all. Here are a few key points to get you started on your adventure. Check out Connolly Ranch for hands-on educational programs covering agriculture. A daring full moon hike and wildlife tracking workshop is available at Napa Land Trust. Then there’s Lake Berryessa for boating, waterskiing, and kayak experiences. Be sure to take time to marvel at the Giant Redwoods and from December through May, observe grey whales migrating along the Pacific Northwest coastline.

North Coast for History buffs

Here is a snippit of the North Coast’s diverse history. In Mendocino visit the 1852 landmark Chinese Taoist Temple of Kwan Tai erected for the Chinese god of war, loyalty, and integrity. Two house museums, Ford and Kelley, offer stories and artifacts from Mendocino’s interesting heritage including the ancient Native American lifestyle that prevailed here. Sonoma’s State Historic Park boasts Vallejo’s 1850 home and Buena Vista Winery (1857) where Sonoma’s wine country got started. Visit Bale Grist Mill to watch how flour was made in the 1800s.

According to legend, Native Americans called Sonoma ‘Moon Valley’ because the moon was seen rising and setting behind the Mayacama mountains in sacred spots.

Top 5 travel tips in North Coast

1. Embark on a wine tour through Napa Valley

The Napa Valley Wine Train features a six-hour adventure through the beautiful valley. Due to its perfect temperate climate and volcanic earth, great wines were developed over the years making it the wine country’s epicenter. A four-course gourmet dinner caps off vineyard tours with three wine-tastings at select wineries.

2. Have a unique mud healing experience

Calistoga city is famous for the mysterious healing properties of its mud and mineral waters. Native Americans had frequented the area centuries ago for the therapeutic hot springs and mud pools. The tradition has been carried on up to today with each spa boasting their secret mud recipe’s mixture of volcanic ash with mineral water in various quantities claiming to heal joint inflammation and eczema and make you feel good.

3. Sharpen your culinary technique

The Culinary Institute of America has the first culinary arts museum in the United States. It features the personal 2000-piece collection of knives and other cookware of Chuck Williams, the founder of Williams-Sonoma specialty shop of home and kitchen wares. Enjoy a cooking class where you can hone your culinary skills while on holiday.

4. Enjoy glassblowing and sculpting

At Half Moon Bay Art Glass, you can enjoy the beautiful atmosphere, have a glass of delicious wine from its winery and get acquainted with glassblowing. They offer classes to visitors teaching a unique form of glassblowing that is fun and fascinating just outside Half Moon Bay at Nebbia Winery.

5. Visit the Market of your dreams

Oxbow Public Market is the place where you can make great connections among wine lovers and foodies. You’ll find the best organic produce, cheese, and meats all in one place. There are also many interesting collectibles and furniture. Have a picnic at Oxbow and hang out on the patio, you’ll be glad you did.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in North Coast

How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in North Coast?

North Coast is one of the most expensive destinations in the USA. The costs for a vacation rental here amount to around $477 per night.

What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in North Coast?

If you want to save as much as possible during your visit to North Coast, travel in February ($413 per night on average), March ($445), or June ($450), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in North Coast?

Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in North Coast was September, with an average price of $502 per night. This was followed by December, with an average of $501, and then November, with $499.

Is North Coast a good location for a last-minute getaway?

So you don't run out of accommodation options in North Coast, we recommend you to plan ahead as 86% of rentals are usually booked, according to the data from last year.

What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?

January, February and December are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of accommodations free, with an average availability of 27%, 22%, and 20%. However, even during these periods of time, when rental availability is the highest, the average is only 23%. So it is still important you always book your vacation early North Coast.

When are there fewer vacation rental options available in North Coast?

Vacation rentals in North Coast reach their peak in demand in May, with an availability rate of 4%. The second most requested month is August, with 6%, and the third is June with 6%. During these three months, the availability is very low (6%). It is therefore recommended to reserve early.

Are there many rentals in North Coast?

Holidu has around 2,700 vacation rentals in North Coast, provided by 10 different partners.

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