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Quiet, cozy, inspiring, art-filled: fivespot cabin is a relaxing destination for a week or weekend, perfect for couples, friends, or small families. It's not a big place, only 600 square feet with one bedroom, but it's the right size for a great time together, and provides a close-by home base for hiking Sequoia Kings Canyon National Park's spectacular trails. 

Fivespot is designed for comfort and convenience: a covered stone patio, gas bbq, kitchen with all the necessary accessories, and lots of outdoor space means you can cook and dine inside or out. In one large bedroom you'll enjoy the queen bed, and there's a loft bed (with an extra twin mattress underneath). Use the sofabed in the living room to accommodate a larger family. The sauna and outdoor shower, claw-foot bathtub, fireplace, and vintage books and games set the stage for restful after-hike evenings.

Feeling creative? Add something to the chalkboard wall, wander the hilltop behind the cabin, sketch the surrounding foothills. Several painters and writers have already used fivespot as a personal artistic retreat—why not you?


We have tried to think of everything you might need or want in a mountain vacation cabin. 



  • sauna and hot-water outdoor shower

  • hand-tiled inside shower 

  • claw-foot bathtub 

  • fireplace (firewood included)

  • electric heat

  • evaporative (swamp) cooler

  • throws and pillows

  • IKEA foam queen bed

  • foam sofabed that folds out lengthwise

  • 100% cotton linens and towels

  • down and foam pillows

  • Bose speakers for mp3 players



  • chalkboard and colorful chalk

  • tchotchkes galore

  • Monopoly, Jenga, and Scrabble

  • puzzles

  • new and vintage books for young and old

  • art


  • Wi-Fi

  • full kitchen (stove, oven, microwave, full-sized refrigerator)

  • coffee maker, coffee press, moka pot

  • teapot and tea kettle

  • blender and mixer

  • pots and pans

  • dishes and silverware

  • wine glasses

  • washer and dryer

  • Free Level 1 EV charging (donation welcome)

  • gas grill

  • high chair and portable crib


  • Pinehurst Lodge restaurant, bar, pool table, jukebox, fireplace, deck

  • Cedarbrook trail, miniature waterfalls, swimming hole, Native American grinding holes


Bachrun and Mahalia LoMele relocated to Pinehurst from Brooklyn, New York, in 2003. The cabin that was to become fivespot was purchased in 2007 and they have been welcoming visitors from all over the world ever since.

Bachrun is a visual artist, painter, and printmaker ( Fivespot bears his artistic stamp in its custom tile work, distinctive color scheme, lively decoration, and art on the walls.


Mahalia is a Juilliard-trained pianist, educator, and author. She assists Bachrun in the art studio and attempts to weave together the various threads of their lives into an organized whole.

Bachrun Mahalia LoMele
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