Quirky creative space in the Willapa Hills of SW Washington State, which is located on 32-acres of creek-front private property.
The loft is a 925 sf space, located upstairs above the 'shop'. It boasts laminate floors, a woodstove, kitchenette, library, Wii console and TV with games, record player and records, an assortment of board and card games, ample seating, table and chairs, bar, and mirrored wall and ample floor space; ideal for yoga and dancing.
The loft is located upstairs above the shop, which is next to the house. It is not ADA accessible.
There are 32-acres of creek-front property accessible to guests, which includes a meadow, wooded trails, fire-pits, and it abuts to hundreds of acres of state land and old logging roads and trails.
The property runs parallel to the Rails to Trails trail, which runs from Chehalis to Raymond, WA. Some parts of the trail are bike-accessible.
There will always be someone available on-site.
This is not a pristine 5-star hotel room... but the space is comfortable and accommodating and offers more than just a bed and bathroom. The loft is rustic and definitely quirky and off-the-beaten-path. There is an outdoor primitive shower. A composting toilet (bucket with sawdust) and sink are located downstairs for dish and hand-washing. These things are not located in the actual space, but are close by and available. We have a futon mattress and sofa-bed and couches for sleeping. There are clean sheets, but it's not a real bed.
We live in nature and there are many treasures of the forest we find, including bones, which are in the loft and throughout the property in various shrines. We think they are beautiful and like the nature immersion... There are also insects and critters. We try to keep them out, but it's virtually impossible.
We have satellite internet and no cell service on property. We do have a land-line for emergencies, or you can drive less than 5 miles into town for cell service. Sometimes I get a text... but it's not guaranteed.
The kitchenette has a hot plate, dishes and silverware, small refrigerator, toaster oven, french press, and electric kettle.
Nestled in between the Ocean and the Mighty Cascade Mountains, in the Willapa Hills of Washington, lies Red Hawk Avalon. It is a 32 acre homestead on the historical ghost town site of Walville, Washington which straddles the Lewis and Pacific County lines. Red Hawk Avalon derives it’s name sake from Brother Red Hawk who graces the homestead, and for which the road is named after, and Avalon comes from the constant mists that blow through from the Pacific Ocean.
Red Hawk Avalon is 25 miles west of I-5, and 25 miles east of hwy. 101 off of hwy. 6, near the town of Pe Ell, Washington.