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Ferrando’s Hideaway Cottages

31 Cypress Rd. | PO Box 688 | Point Reyes Station, California 94956

(415) 663-1966

doris@ferrando.com

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Directions

map of point reyes

Directions from 101

From Hwy 101 in Marin County take the Lucas Valley exit. Turn west onto Lucas Valley Road and drive to the end to a T intersection. (approx. 15 min.) Turn right onto Nicasio Valley Road, drive through the village of Nicasio and continue until you come to the end at a T intersection. Turn left onto Point Reyes-Petaluma Road, drive past the reservoir until you come to the stop sign. Turn right, go over the bridge and continue to the end of the road at the intersection with Highway One. Turn right onto Hwy. One, drive approximately 1/2 mile, make a left turn onto Mesa Rd. then right onto Cypress Rd. and you will find Ferrando’s Hideaway Cottages on your left in the middle of the block. (31 Cypress)

Alberti Cottage is the first cottage on your right and Alberti Bungalow second cottage on right after you enter the gate.

Directions from Sacramento

Take Hwy 80 south to San Rafael – Vallejo turn off to Hwy 37. Follow 37 and take “Atherton Ave.” turn off. Stay on Atherton, go over Hwy 101. Now you are on San Marin Dr. Follow San Marin Dr. to Novato Blvd. (San Marin High School is on your right). Turn right onto Novato Blvd. (drive about 5 miles) to the end at the intersection with Point Reyes Petaluma Rd. Turn left and follow Pt. Reyes Petaluma Rd. to stop sign. (just past the reservoir on your left). Turn right, go over the bridge and continue to the end of the road at the intersection with Highway One. Turn right onto Hwy. One, drive approximately 1/2 mile, make a left turn onto Mesa Rd. then right onto Cypress Rd. and you will find Ferrando’s Hideaway Cottages on your left in the middle of the block. (31 Cypress)

Alberti Cottage is the first cottage on your right and Alberti Bungalow second cottage on right after you enter the gate.

About Us

Greg

“I’m a Bay Area native who joined the Army and met my future wife, Doris, while I was stationed in Germany. We returned to California to raise our three boys, and we’ve lived in Point Reyes since 1974.

“I love to build and fix things, and keep myself busy with repairs and improving the property. I also love to travel and play music. I’m an artist and you’ll see many of my paintings throughout the cottages.”

Doris

“I love to garden, whether it’s food, flowers or herbs.  I’ve cultivated a beautiful organic vegetable garden, and I delight in sharing its bounty with guests. When I’m not in the garden, I’m making jams, knitting, quilting, baking or cooking.

“It’s our pleasure to welcome you to our cottages, and to share the astonishing natural beauty, peace and serenity of Point Reyes with visitors from near and far.”