Lodging

Staying Overnight
at SunHawk Farms

Our vision is to connect friends and family to nature at the highest possible level. The beautiful setting, abundant fresh spring water, wide variety of activities, and unique Hopland Lodging accommodations offer a relaxing refuge from busy daily life, providing an ideal space for family gatherings, family gatherings, and retreats.

  • All rentals require a two night minimum stay.
  • Pets will be considered. Please fill out the inquiry form on the contact page for more information.
  • Reserved for full property rentals only
  • Pricing included on Events page.
  • Midweek Individual unit rentals include shared use of outdoor bathroom and shower, lake, and waterslide.
  • Use of the outdoor kitchen and patio, hot tub, exercise room and sauna require an additional fee of $300/night.
  • Pricing does not include cleaning fee or deposit.
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The SunHawk Suite

$250/night

Many beautiful windows all around provide beautiful light and star gazing at night. The closets are crafted from gorgeous redwood repurposed from an old wine barrel. The floor is heated by a radiant hydronic system powered by solar and the entire suite is off-the-grid with no sacrifices of comfort. 

  • Sleeps 4
  • Queen bed
  • 1 twin bed
  • Full Bathroom
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The Cottage

$300/night

The Cottage sits just above the Lake. Built of mostly recycled and regenerative materials, the Cottage is beautifully appointed. Furnishings include a queen bed, a twin futon, a beautiful mosaic stone floor, a kitchenette, bathtub and shower, a huge walk-in closet, a patio for outdoor dining and a giant bay window with an up-close view of the Lake which is only steps away. The Cottage sleeps up to three.

  • Sleeps 3
  • Queen bed
  • Twin futon
  • Full Bathroom
  • Kitchenette
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The Red Barn

$450/Night This unique space upstairs in the Red Barn comfortably sleeps 6.   It has a full bathroom, full kitchen, living space, and one separate bedroom.  One queen bed and pullout couch are located in the main living area, and one full-sized bed in the bedroom.  Windows grace the Red Barn all around providing stunning views of the valley below as well as the SunHawk orchard. High speed internet is available and free. Summer heat can be intense in Hopland and the Red Barn’s air conditioner can be employed sparingly on hot afternoons so as to not over-stress the off-grid solar system.

Available for individual rental Monday through Thursday unless weekend not booked.  Cleaning fee of $200.  Contact us.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Full Bathroom
  • Full Kitchen
  • Separate Bedroom w Queen Bed
  • Full Bed and Pullout Couch in Living Area
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Bunk House

 $150/night

The Bunk House sits on a redwood deck atop the lake and is the perfect space for older kids or a group of people who are comfortable sharing a small space together.  With one single bed and two bunk beds, the bunk house comfortably sleeps 5 in fairly tight quarters.

Above the Bunk House and up the outdoor spiral staircase is a large platform where the recycled 35’ Waterslide with solar powered pumping system for a water-lubricated ride. People love to go up top in the summertime to enjoy the gorgeous night sky view and stargazing potential. Full moon drumming atop the Bunk House is always a favorite.

Park a canoe or kayak just outside the Bunk House on the lake for a stunning morning cruise. There is a ladder going down to the lake directly from the Bunk House deck. Note that there is no bathroom in the Bunk House and it is a two minute walk to the bathroom and showers. 

  • Sleeps 5
  • One Single Bed 
  • Two Bunk Beds
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4 Glamping Tents

$200/night

Located in a beautiful grassy meadow just South of the lake sit four 16’ bell glamping tents. They are beautifully appointed with colorful rugs, cotton linens, down comforters, power, Wifi, and fans to keep you cool.

  • 4 Tents
  • 3 with two full size beds
  • 1 with one queen and one twin
  • Tents are 16’ Across, 9.5’ at Center

Tent Camping

$75/night

Camp under the stars (the 5 acres around the home is fenced) or bring a tent and stay in a beautiful meadow on the property. 

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Amenities

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High Speed Internet

Approximately 50 mBps.

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Pickleball

Have a blast while working up a sweat playing pickle ball on two state-of-the-art pickleball courts. Courts are available for rentals for all guests

 

Bath House / Changing Room

Located near the pond, the bath house has a separate bathroom, changing area, two sinks, and two outdoor showers.

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Lake

The 17’ deep spring fed lake has a large dock with seating area, an island, 30 foot water slide, canoe, 1 paddle board, kayak, and slip and slide.

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Hiking

Enjoy hiking the 160 acres with beautiful vistas, a seasonal creeks, oak woodland forests, a lavender labyrinth, mushroom hunting, and olive orchards.

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Games

Expansive lawn area with ping pong table, cornhole, and a variety of other board games, or set up cones for a game of soccer.

 

Outdoor Kitchen and Picnic Area

The outdoor kitchen contains a gas BBQ, two gas cooktops, a sink, and a small outdoor refrigerator. Tables and chairs are available to accommodate up to 30 people. Outdoor Kitchen will be stocked with a full kitchen setup including cookware, cooking utensils, coffee maker, tableware, etc.

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Lavender Labyrinth

Perched atop the olive orchard with one of the most beautiful views on the property sits a labyrinth built of 700 lavender plants. Modeled after a 14th century labyrinth from San Quentin, France, you can see our labyrinth on the World Wide Labyrinth Locator. Labyrinths were considered a symbol of wholeness by ancient civilizations and have long been used as a tool in prayer, meditation, and spirituality. The circular and spiral walkway pattern represents a metaphor of life’s journey, the journey to our own center and then back again out into the world. A short seven minute stroll to the center is recommended where one leaves unwanted baggage behind. From the center outward, one sets his/her intentions for the future.