The Yosemite #7



$219 Per Night + tax

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This 2 bedroom, one bathroom home sleeps up to four guests, accommodating 2 persons each in separate, private rooms ideal for two couples or a family of four.  Single-Level, 432 Sq.Ft., 427 Sq. Ft. Deck.

The Space

In June we have a 2 night minimum on Fri-Sun, though if it is Friday, check with us and we may do one night. In July and August it will be a 3 night minimum on weekends. Thank you for understanding.
One queen bed in each bedroom.
Sleeps 4.
The living room has a couch.

In a quiet, private cul de sac, away from ambient street noise.

Kitchen Amenities
• Refrigerator with freezer
• Microwave
• Gas stove with oven
• Coffee Maker
• Blender

Outdoor Amenities on deck
• BBQ – Gas Grill (propane provided)
• View of Wawona Dome

Living Room Amenities
• TV
• Satellite
• DVD Player
• Wood Stove (wood provided in the winter time!)

Heating or Cooling
• Ceiling Fans
• Wall Heaters

• Verizon & Sprint cell phones have full coverage, use (website hidden) call out on your computer or smart phone if you do not have these services, as there is no coverage for other cell phone companies.

• No Smoking Allowed

Guest AccessGuests have access to the full home, parking and deck.

Interaction with GuestsOn site office – On site assistance

The NeighborhoodThe Heart of Wawona at the Core of Yosemite National Park.

Spectacular Glacier Point vistas and lush Yosemite Valley are only a half hour drive north. You can start all of the trails to Half Dome, Nevada Falls, and even hike down to the Valley from Glacier Point, or you can start from the Valley. Your choice!

The Mariposa Grove of giant sequoia trees is a mere ten minute drive south.

Yosemite National Park is Mother Nature’s most impressive creation in the majestic West. Wawona is the best-kept secret inside Yosemite, and historic Camp Chilnualna (pronounced “Chill New All Na”) in Yosemite has been Wawona’s beating heart for nearly a century.

No matter what you love most about Yosemite—from its thunderous, cascading waterfalls, to epic granite monoliths and unparalleled wildlife—you will fall in love with Wawona because it has everything except hordes of tourists invading your precious experience at every turn.


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