Nature-Based Eco-Rejuvenation for Outdoor Enthusiasts and Animal Lovers...
Bedroom 1 is The Bear Room - it is slightly larger than Bedroom 2 and includes a vanity table with chair, enormous closet space, a full length mirror, Bose Sound system, and private door to the bathroom. Bedroom 2 is The Horse Room. It also has a large closet space and Bose Sound system. Both rooms are beautifully appointed.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Home is not child-proof for toddler age.Home is not child-proof for toddler age.
Pets allowed - Well-behaved pets welcome. Rules/Rates apply. Well-behaved pets welcome. Rules/Rates apply.
Max guests: 4
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- Quiet hours between 10pm and 8am. Please remove shoes before entering Jamison House
- Please do not leave pets unattended in Jamison House. Kennel provided behind garage for times you are separate from animals. Pet-sitting available~
- Please use clearly marked recycling bins located in the garage:)
- english, Limited Spanish
About Leslie Wehrman
Leslie ran a private business for 25 years until one day she woke up, took a giant leap, and decided to start living her true life's purpose. A Plumas County native and Certified California Naturalist, she warmly invites guests to authentically connect with nature and bask in the glow of High Sierra Solitude. "Life simply flows at a gentler pace here," she says. Leslie was raised in the historic mining town of Johnsville, situated in Plumas Eureka State Park, just 15 miles from Forest & Farm. As a youngster she routinely skied home from the Johnsville Ski Hill (now unfortunately non-operating,) hiked the surrounding mountains-Eureka Peak/Mt. Elwell/Washington, and extensively explored the nearby Lakes Basin Recreation Area. After attending Chico State University, Leslie moved back to her hometown and continued to spend large amounts of her free time enjoying the great outdoors. With a background in Cultural Anthropology, years of coaching various sports, leading multiple years (Rabbit/Goat/Sheep/Swine/Horse) of youth 4-H animal husbandry projects, and working for the US Forest Service in Recreation & Fire Suppression, Leslie feels equally at home with both two-legged and four-legged friends. She is passionate about the Forests surrounding Plumas County, and has a special affinity for Eureka Peak in particular..."I grew up thinking it was My Mountain, since it basically WAS my front yard!" This deep sense of connection has only grown stronger over the years, so sharing personal anecdotes and some naturalist knowledge is an organic process for Leslie. She loves to get "up-close and personal" with the wonders that abound in her neck of the woods, and is especially drawn to all the fascinating links between body/mind/spirit and Mother Earth. "Nature is the ultimate teacher." Leslie is also a self-proclaimed "animal lover in the extreme. Their intentions are instinctively pure, and therefore sacred in my opinion." ~Find your True North in the Lost Sierra~
Leslie Wehrman purchased this house in 1994
Why Leslie Wehrman chose Iron Horse
I purchased this property (5 acres) with the intention of raising my two beautiful daughters in a prime location for them to develop into strong, capable, kind people - which thankfully is exactly what came to pass. Having been raised myself in Plumas Eureka State Park, I experienced firsthand what it meant to be a Mountain Kid, and the sense of pride that went along with it. Even in my youth I understood I was somehow "different" than my peers. As an adult it is clear to me that the majority of this difference can likely be attributed to the fact that I spent so many of my developmental years in the outdoors. Thus, when this land just off County Road A-15 came up for sale, it was a no-brainer. The property is bordered by Plumas National Forest and is across the street from the magical Feather River. My girls and I spent countless hours exploring the wooded areas and swimming in the adjacent river. The acreage provided plenty of gorgeous space for us to raise chickens, rabbits, goats, sheep, pigs, dogs, cats, and enjoy our three horses "Belle," "Harmony," and "Fidel." I am so very grateful for this land I live on. My girls are now grown (the eldest is in her 3rd year of Vet School in Tennessee and the youngest her 4th year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo) so I am in the Next Phase of my life. The property has three homes and a custom MD Barn on it, complete with paddocks/turn-out/and horseback riding arena, so it seems a shame to let the land just sit. I truly want to share my home with Jamison House guests, so that others may experience this enchanting place and create their own adventurous memories.
What makes this house unique
As mentioned, this property is dear to my heart for a myriad of reasons. However, it's uniqueness is obvious once you are on-property. Unlike other vacation rentals, it is not in a subdivision, homeowners association, situated on a golf course, or downtown. It sits on 5 acres of privately owned rural land outside city limits. Jamison House is pet friendly and suitable for luxury equine retreats. Guests are encouraged to collect their own chicken eggs and help themselves to harvest from the greenhouse. Luxury accommodations are standard at Jamison House, where spa-like amenities round out the ultimate sanctuary experience. Equipped with Himalayan salt lamps, air diffuser with essential oils, a noise simulator ("stream," "white noise," "cosmic," "thunderstorm," etc.) and Bose Sound System throughout, Jamison House is truly a cut-above the rest. Virtually no details have been overlooked. Guests can also enjoy the recently installed AQUVERSE, a continuous running hot/cold double-filtered hydration station for their water option, very handy for filling up water bottles before heading out on outdoor adventures. Jamison House is kept impeccably clean, and all linens are line-dried when nature allows. Jamison House is unique unto itself - there is nothing like it in the surrounding area.