The Nest is just big enough for two and comes with a
small cozy mattress and a couple of cushions. You bring the sheets and sleeping bags. A word of warning, though, the mattress is pretty grubby from a lifetime of outdoor living, so we suggest bringing two layers of sheets (that you may not want to take home). Also, make sure those sleeping bags are cushy, cos you can feel the springs through the mattress, and bring a blanket to absorb the mist when it rolls in at 4am.
Put off yet? Donít be. Because, despite all the drawbacks above, it was actually an incredibly comfy place to stay, and we slept better than we had all week. Also, because itís perched on a bluff away from all the yurts, which are quite bunched together, it feels like your own private cocoon away from everywhere, everything and everyone else. Your only companions are the birds nesting in the tree with you, and the odd pine cone dropping to the floor. From your bed, you can see the stars, the ocean, and hear sea lions chatting to each other all night. And where would you like to be this weekend?
The Nest costs $95 for two people (you get breakfast included in that), and thereís a two night minimum stay across the resort. Although you can do what we did, which is spend one night here and one in a yurt. That would be the best of both worlds.