Bud & Breakfast


Bud & Breakfast

It’s here.
Humboldt County’s first Bud & Breakfast.

Tea and Weed Time

Tea and Weed Time, Image by David Michaels

HIGHWAY 36 When a traditional bed & breakfast just doesn’t cut it, visitors will soon have the option to experience a magical getaway in the mountains of Humboldt County’s Highway 36.

    While the owner of this soon-to-be Bud & Breakfast wishes to remain anonymous until marijuana is legalized, the construction of the cabins are already underway.  “This retreat will be built from within the structure of a self-reliant homestead,” says the owner.

    One of the more remarkable parts of this operation comes from the heart of the property, which is completely self-sustainable.  “Guests can eat fresh fruits, vegetables, and berries if they are in season, and can expect to go home with a basket of food that’s been produced and preserved on the farm, which includes two or three different types of fruit or berry jam, homemade pickles, relish, chutney, pesto, a dozen eggs, home-pressed apple juice and possibly in the future homemade wine.”

   In addition to these delectable items, guests can expect to try fresh baked bread and locally produced cheese, honey, and smoked salmon and/or sausage.  “The walls of the cabins will be built with milled wood from the property itself. The floors will be lined with high-end tile and granite, and the retreat will run off of solar panels with a hot water system in place.”   IMG_0818 Strongs Landing   To say this property is sustainable on food alone would be an understatement. This rustic property  successfully functions without the influence of mainstream society. If camping is your ideal getaway and you’ve been searching for a one-of-a-kind experience, this Bud & Breakfast may be the answer you were looking for all along.

  In addition to the food and accommodations, marijuana is also on the menu. Humboldt County is known for some of the finest green this side of the grass has grown, and the Bud & Breakfast will provide visitors with multiple samples of fresh, organic herb, free of pesticides and other harmful chemicals.

    To top the experience off, visitors will get a gift basket to take home with them. There will be a few brightly colored jars filled with the property’s crop, allowing you to take part of the experience home.

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