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Waterfront and Water View Rental Cottages at Snug Harbor
(our Rental Cabins we call Snuggle Inns)
Want Waterfront?    Snug Harbor offers nice waterfront rental cottages of various sizes.  These adorable Cape Cod style units make ideal vacation homes for large family reunions or small intimate get-aways in a historic and peaceful setting on Steamboat Slough in the amazing California Delta Region.  WIFI is available here, and most cottages have dock space available for rent in front or very nearby.  Pets can be accomodated in Snuggle Inns 5,8,12,14,15,16,17 so please only reserve one of those cottages and make sure to note when making the reservation that you plan to bring a pet.  If you want a Sacramento Delta waterfront vacation home setting, we're here!   Rental Cost is based on what you plan to rent, and the number of persons coming onsite.  Security deposit required to be paid in advance of check-in (if paid by check), or when making the reservation (if paid by credit card).  We do not offer "day use" at this facility.  For more general information about the resort, you might want to check out the Videos page, or the individual cottage videos linked below:
Snug Harbor from the Air: click on photo to see larger size and to locate the Snuggle Inns within the resort grounds

General park video:  here   2016 brochure:  Front  Back

 Note that we do not accept same-day reservations for the Snuggle Inn cottages, and thee is a 2-night minimum stay, and 3-4 nights for holiday week ends.  Use the online reservation system to view what is available which dates. 

*** You need to bring your own blankets, sheets, pillows for the cottages.  We believe it is safer for our customers to bring in their own sleeping coverings, particularily sheets and pillows.  Here is a list of what to bring with you, depending on which cottage you rent

NOTE:  Click (or double-click) on the small photos on any of our pages to see full size photos of each one!

NO TENTS allowed in RV sites or at cottage sites.
Important note:  You need to bring your own pillows, blankets, sheets and towels, and paper goods for the kitchen.  Loft units have queen bed in bedroom, queen/full size sleeper sofa in living room, and 2 twin size sleep maps in loft area.

Studios have queen size bed or sleeper sofa.

Snuggle Inns 1, 2 and 3 have 3 or more queen size beds, queen size sleeper sofas, several twin size beds and sleep maps.  Go to information on specific cottage you rented to get exact bed sizes.

Kitchen supplied with very basic pots, pans, cooking utensils, plates, eating utensils, mugs, glases and bowls.  If you are a chef you might want to bring your choice of cooking pots and pans.  Charcoal BBQ outdoors.
Waterfront vacation rentals on Steamboat Slough WATERFRONT ONE BEDROOM WITH LOFT SNUGGLE INNS:
Snuggle Inn Lofts!

Snuggle Inn #9  no pets
Snuggle Inn #10  no pets
Snuggle Inn #11  no pets
Snuggle Inn #5    pets ok

Snuggle Inn #14  pets ok
Snuggle Inn #15
   pets ok
Snuggle Inn #16    pets ok
Snuggle Inn #17    pets ok

Snuggle Inn Duplex #4 no pets  video
Waterfront rental cottage on Steamboat Slough WATERFRONT 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH WITH DECKS
Snuggle Inn #1  no pets  Video uploaded 2019
 Snuggle Inn #2  & Video  no pets  2018 video
Waterfront vacation rental on Steamboat Slough Snuggle Inn layoutWATERFRONT 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH WITH COVERED PORCH
 Snuggle Inn #3 &
Video  no pets
Snuggle Inn #8    pets ok
Snuggle Inn #12  pets ok
  Loft cottage
Click on the graphic to see the location of docks available to add to cottage reservation.









View from the beach area by Snuggle Inns 2 & 3

Why do we call our vacation cottages "Snuggle Inns"?

     In 1862 California explorer and author James M. Hutchings published a book describing the Scenes of Wonder and Curiosity in California.  He was on a paddlewheeler steambship headed for Sacramento when he passed through Steamboat Slough;  he describes the "snug little cabins" along the peaceful banks of Steamboat Slough.  The little cabins of times past have been replaced by more modern versions, but the ambiance of shady trees, wild vines and serene setting on Steamboat Slough described by Mr. Hutchings remains.  Modern conveniences like WIFI, docks, gas, and fax service add 21st Century comfort without diminishing 19th Century charm.  For more on this historic region of the Delta, you can go to http://www.snugharbor.net/historic_steamboat_slough.htm 
We also added a video showing historic navigation charts from the 1850's to 1900, with narration by Tyler (our son) quoting Commander Ringgold of the US Navy as he describes charting and navigation on the Sacramento River and Steamboat Slough in 1850.  Historical records indicate it was Commander Ringgold himself who called this branch of the Sacramento River "Steamboat Slough".