The Other Place

The Other Place

14655 California 128
Boonville, California 95415
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Local Phone: (707) 895-3979

From the creators of Sheep Dung Properties, a 500 acre ranch with four secluded and unique cottages that bring the outside inside.

Property features a pond, hiking trails and all the comforts of home. Each cottage is fenced for canine security.

Full modern kitchens, wood-burning stoves, spectacular valley views, telephone and television.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: none
  • Maximum number allowed: Call if more than 2 dogs. $15/night for each additional dog.
  • Cost per dog: $0
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: All
  • Other comments: Management's only requirement is that you bring a sheet to cover the bed. Bring plenty of towels in the rainy season if your dog likes to swim.

Point Cabrillo Lighthouse, Mendocino. Photo Credit: Berklee Akutagawa
Point Cabrillo Lighthouse, Mendocino. Photo Credit: Berklee Akutagawa
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