Location and Accommodations

The breathtakingly beautiful Mendocino Coast provides a soul-stirring setting for From Women's Hearts and Hands Guitar Camp. We host classes, meals, song circles, and open no-mics in a historic Farmhouse located on a nature preserve, across the road from the Pacific Ocean. The Farmhouse is gracious, beautiful, and comfortable, but not luxurious. If you enjoy crackling fires, garden dining, birdsong and meadow flowers, forest jam spaces, and a private apple orchard, you will like the Farmhouse.

Many campers find time to hike, and to visit the beaches and bluffs.

Most campers lodge in the Farmhouse bedrooms, or in cabins on the nature preserve. Some camp in their tents or RVs on the Farmhouse grounds. Others lodge at local motels, or with friends in nearby towns.

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Traveling by air to Guitar Camp.
Lodging in a Farmhouse Bedroom.
Lodging in a Cabin.
Lodging in your tent.
Lodging in your RV.
Lodging in a motel.
Lodging with local friends.

Farmhouse bedrooms are rustic and modestly appointed. They occupy the second storey of the two-storey Farmhouse. Campers who lodge in Farmhouse bedrooms share one second-storey bathroom. We offer shared and private bedrooms.

Cabins are located within 50 yards of the Farmhouse. They are rustic and modestly appointed. Cabins have no plumbing, and are heated with wood stoves.

Tent campers pitch their tents in a beautiful meadow adjacent to the Farmhouse.

RV Campers park in a lot on the Farmhouse grounds, approximately 75 yards from the Farmhouse.

Motels afford more luxury and privacy than the Farmhouse. We recommend the comparatively inexpensive Pine Beach Inn, located five minutes from camp. You can reach the Pine Beach Inn at 707/964-5603.

Staying with local friends is a good choice for many campers.

Please note that campers lodging in nearby inns must make their own lodging arrangements.

Guitar Camp is located about 4.25 hours northwest of San Francisco International Airport, 3.75 hours from Oakland International Airport, and 2.75 hours from the Santa Rosa Airport. We ask that you arrive between 4:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., so it's a good idea to book an early flight.

We help link air-traveler campers with others arriving the same day. This way, you can rent a car and drive to camp together. We can also give you the names and phone numbers of campers who have offered to drive others to camp from the San Francisco Bay area. These generous souls have sometimes been willing to stop at the airport and pick up flyers.

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