This is an eco-friendly resort that provides options to stay in a yurt (a circular, permanent tent) or a campsite. So don't compare it against staying in a lodge or inn.
- Campsites have unbelievable views.
The yurts are really comfortable. It is not a hardship as they are heated.
- Wi-fi in the main lodge.
- No cell service - You're off the grid here, my friend.
- No toilets or showers in the yurts. You just walk up to the lodge.
- Limited restaurant options: There's a restaurant option in the main lodge that's more quiet and reserved. If you want more energy, grab a spot at the on-site (yes!) sushi bar. Treebones is located in a nice quiet area. There's a place called Whale Watchers Cafe, about a mile south, but you don't want to eat there. Your best options are the two Treebones restaurants. They don't get Yelp reviews but you have to keep them in context. You're in the middle of nowhere so the logistics of running a restaurant are more complicated.
The yurts aren't soundproof so you can hear the wind blowing or even your nearby neighbors.
You're not near Big Sur (or Nepenthe) so keep that in mind. Treebones is really isolated and that's saying a lot.