Situated in the otherworldly hills above the burgeoning town of Cloverdale, lies an almost unimaginably pristine 60± acre natural paradise. Its name, Solliden, was derived from the King of Sweden's summer retreat and refers to said property's sense of tranquility.
Currently used as a "glamping" (glamorous camping) compound, the property features astounding views for nearly 100± miles. Upon entering the first gate, one meanders through groves of manzanitas and madrones and past an extraordinary rock formation. Just past the koi-filled pond one approaches the Airstream Camp known as the Olive Oval. Two of the campers are fitted out to comfortably sleep two while the third Airstream has been designed as a casually elegant dining car. Immediately adjacent is the outdoor kitchen/dining pavilion with upscale appliances and under cover seating. There is also al fresco dinner seating for another two dozen or more guests.