Come visit our Mare Island Sunroom we use for overflow guests. Bright sunny sunroom converts into private space with privacy curtains. Euro couch folds flat into comfortable bed.
Quiet, Secluded, Safe, Mare Island is
a Ferry Boat Ride from Fisherman's Wharf or short drive from SF. Gateway to the Napa Valley, Marin, Santa Rosa and Sacramento County.
Hike or Bike the Island, Explore the Diversity the majestic Muir Redwoods, and lovely Harbors of Vallejo Glencove and Benicia.
Officers Home on historic Mare Island US Navy Shipyard. This is a semi-private space, a public Sunroom in the day and divided off into private sleeping quarters at night.
We use a privacy curtin, drapes and convertible Euro couch that folds into a bed. During the day room divider is open for public access. The full bath is shared and located upstairs. It includes both shower and separate tub. Bag storage and closet are located in front hall through the kitchen.
The room serves as a back-up space for overflow guests in a pinch, or simple low cost crash pad.
We also host up to two other parties in this place. There is a room with shared bath upstairs and the Master with a private bath.
Here is some history on the Merritt Island US Navy shipyard, it was the first United States Navy base established on the Pacific Ocean 1n 1854. It is located 25 miles northeast of San Francisco in Vallejo, California. The Napa River goes through the Mare Island Strait and separates the peninsula shipyard (Mare Island, California) from the main portion of the city of Vallejo. MINSY made a name for itself as the premier US West Coast submarine port as well as serving as the controlling force in San Francisco Bay Area shipbuilding efforts during World War II. The base closed in 1996 and has gone through several redevelopment phases. It was registered as a California Historical Landmark in 1960, and parts of it were declared a National Historic Landmark District in 1975.
In case you are interested, here is the official historic designation:
Mare Island Naval Shipyard has been in continuous operation since it was founded in 1854, and it has expanded greatly, both in acreage and in the number of structures within its bounds. Land reclamation projects and grants have increased the property to about 2,625 acres of dryland and about 1,890 acres of tideland. This large area holds several hundred buildings and other structures, including some from each stage of the shipyard's history. These edifices display a variety of architectural styles and building materials, and many are occupied by tenant com- mands. Among these units are the Naval Weapons Station, Marine Barracks, Nuclear Power School, Combat Systems Techni- cal Schools Command, and Naval Electronic Systems Command, Western Division.
Because of the size of Mare Island Naval Shipyard and the numerous 20th-century structures that are intermingled with the older ones, it is neither desirable nor possible to include all surviving historic edifices in
a single district. They form four distinct areas and have
a combined size of approximately 150 acres.
II. Area A. The most significant structures on Mare Island are in this district. Included are the oldest shops, some of the oldest residences, and the post chapel. The shop and maintenance facilities are situated in a security area, but some, at least, are connected visually with the dwellings. The boundary is drawn to exclude as many modern structures as possible, but the following nonhistoric buildings lie within the district: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), and 873.
Smithery (building 46). Now used as a pipeshop and adjoined to other, more modern, structures, this one-story, rectangular- shaped, red brick building was among the first erected by Farragut in 1854. It measures 260 feet long and 200 feet
wide and has a parapet gable roof, arcaded sides, and semi- circularly arched windows. The chimneys have been removed and the interior had been altered substantially, but the structure appears to be in fair condition.
Structural Shop, Pattern Shop, Sail Loft (buildings 51, 53, 55). These two-story, rectangular-shaped, gable-roofed, red brick buildings were constructed between 1854 and 1857. Two are 400 feet long, and one (55) is 324 feet long. The original first-floor window and door openings have been partially closed with bricks and boards, and considerable internal changes have been made.
Disponible para huéspedes
All public spaces open to guests including dining, kitchen, living room and back yard. Laundry and pantry access as well.
Come see what the island with all its history has to offer.
Atención a los huéspedes
We are very much open to guest interaction but to leave people to decide how much they want to do so.
Note: we host up to three guest rooms so expect to meet other guests.
Otros aspectos destacables
We have the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi that is still active and public for anyone to use the yacht club is very close and you may visit if we arrange in advance the ferry boat to San Francisco runs on a regular schedule and is the best way to go to downtown San Francisco we are also close to the great America theme park
Respect others and Have fun
Golden Rule works best
...but you already know that :)
Smoke OK but outside the home only never indoors.
No overnight guest not in original booking.
Quiet hours after 11PM to sunrise
No kitchen access or public area use please
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