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Boonville Downtown Cottage by Sheep Dung

Boonville Downtown Cottage by Sheep Dung

14275 Hwy. 128
Boonville, California 95415
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Local Phone: (707) 895-3979

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From Sheep Dung Properties comes this contemporary, one-bedroom cottage in downtown Boonville, next to the firehouse, across from the fairgrounds and set way back away from the highway.
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You won’t need your car to explore Boonville. The yard is completely fenced and dog-proofed. It also comes with an outdoor Japanese soaking tub and view of the vineyard.
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It has a wood burning stove, WiFi, television and air conditioning.
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You can hike and explore Sheep Dung’s 500-acre ranch while staying downtown. You and your canine friends have use of the trails and pond at The Other Place.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Maximum number allowed: 4+
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: All
  • Other comments: Management's only requirement is that you bring a sheet to cover the furniture and dog towels in the rainy season. No extra fee for 1-2 dogs, $15/night fee for each additional dog after the first two.

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Maya at Navarro Vineyards. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Maya at Navarro Vineyards. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
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Maya chillin' at Navarro Vineyards & Winery. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
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Mendocino sunset. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Mendocino sunset. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
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Point Cabrillo Lighthouse, Mendocino. Photo Credit: Berklee Akutagawa
Point Cabrillo Lighthouse, Mendocino. Photo Credit: Berklee Akutagawa
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