A stunning, secluded, 243 acre wilderness preserve where you can enjoy a bespoke epicurean experience, unencumbered by the restrictions or distractions of the outside world.
Awaking in the luxurious comfort of your sumptuously appointed private cabin as the rays of the morning’s first light cascade through the forest canopy.
Being immersed in the temperate rainforests of California’s Northern Coast as you explore trails, creeks, and waterfalls.
Your very own private chef crafting all of your meals from 100% organic, locally sourced, and seasonally fresh gustatory delights.
Dipping into the emerald waters of our Salmon Creek swimming hole and then relaxing in the sun on our private beach… or perhaps enjoying a seasonal cold plunge and retreating to our 12 person, cedar lined sauna to recharge your soul.
A uniquely memorable adventure that has been personally tailored to fulfill your dreams, desires, and budget.
Located on 243 acres in the legendary Salmon Creek area of Southern Humboldt County and once the home of world renowned Qigong Master Dr. Jwing-Ming Yang, the HASHISHINN property was specifically selected based on its distinctive geographical and meta-physical qualities including: North – South orientation, creeks on both the North and South borders, proximity to Bear Butte (a dormant, yet thermally active volcano), the peak of the property is encircled by higher peaks on all sides creating an “energy sink”.
The location and placement of each of the outbuildings were mindfully and expertly executed by Dr. Yang to further harness and enhance the abundantly occurring natural “Chi” of the property according to the principles of Feng Shui.
The HASHISHINN features a total of SIX private cabins in addition to FOUR private bedrooms in the “Feng Shui” Round House, providing comfortable lodging for groups of up to twenty (20) guests.
HashishInn boasts the following amenities:
HashishInn offers the following services:
Our skilled & multi-talented staff will fully support your epicurean experience from start to finish: