AT A GLANCE
Beautiful view of Tomales Bay from a beachfront property that is the original site of the historic Bleu Baie Tavern and nestled over the water with large deck overlooking the bay and the Point Reyes Peninsula.
Joe’s Studio has a very comfortable full-size bed and sleeps up to 4 people with a full-size futon couch.
Well-equipped studio kitchen with portable cooktop, microwave, blender, coffeemaker, cooking utensils, pots and pans, dishes and silverware.
Dining for 4.
Flat screen television with cable.
High Speed Wireless Internet and landline phone
Comforters, pillows, linens & towels provided.
Books & board games
A private patio with bay view. Additional decks available.
Gas BBQ grill, grilling tools, & outdoor dining area.
Secluded white sand beach completely accessible at low tide.
Located on the shore of pristine Tomales Bay, Joe’s Studio is the perfect economy getaway from the complexities of everyday life. Whether you want to cozy up indoors or stroll along the beach while keeping an eye out for seals and otters, you’ll have everything you need for a memorable escape.
From the deck, lounge in the sun, or grill up some oysters for dinner. Curl up with a book in one of our lounge chairs and enjoy the ebb and flow of the tides on Tomales Bay. Ready for an adventure? Rent a kayak nearby and venture along the bay. Settle in and let the wildlife and changing light on the water entertain you.
The studio is a cozy retreat - all on a quiet, historic private lane on the waterfront. Wake up to the gentle sound of water lapping the shore. Brew a cup in your well-equipped kitchen. Watch the natural inhabitants of the cove: snowy white egrets, great blue herons, countless flocks of shorebirds, seals, otters, sea lions, fish, bat rays and more. Want a memorable evening? Watch the fog roll in and out while sipping a glass of wine with the sun setting over the Point Reyes Peninsula. Studio has a private "bathroom" with toilet and sink. The shower is in the kitchen with privacy curtains.
Want to explore? Hop in the car and take a 4-minute drive to Hog Island Oyster Company for a farm tour and lessons in oyster shucking! Drive a little further and explore Point Reyes Station & dozens of hiking trails, beaches, and more within the National Seashore.
Return to your own private retreat to enjoy breathtaking sunsets. If you love to cook, the studio has a fully equipped rustic kitchen. Or, enjoy a lovely evening out at one of the many acclaimed restaurants in the area.
In & Around Marshall, CA:
Only a little over a one hour drive from the Golden Gate Bridge, the town of Marshall is located in West Marin, 20 minutes from Point Reyes Station and close to Bolinas, Stinson Beach, Dillon Beach and Bodega Bay.
Joe’s Studio is near Point Reyes National Seashore, surrounded by Golden Gate National Recreation Area, State and County parklands and just 20 minutes to the town of Point Reyes Station and your gateway to the lighthouse and the extraordinary beaches of Western Tomales Bay. The nearby towns of Inverness, Point Reyes Station, and Olema offer gourmet restaurants and markets with local organic produce, artisanal food, oysters and wine.
Conveniently located on the Eastern shoreline of Tomales Bay one mile south of Nick’s Cove Restaurant & Bar
2 miles north of famous Hog Island Oyster Company.
Minutes away from The Marshall Store & Deli with adjacent Blue Waters Kayaking rentals and tours.
A short distance further south is famous Tony’s Seafood Restaurant.
Stop at a winery or two as you head south 10 miles from Tony’s on your way to the historic town of Point Reyes Station with restaurants, bars, grocery store, shops, bakery, galleries and more. Point Reyes National Seashore is ten minutes south of town.
Among other well-known artisanal entities, Point Reyes Station is the home of The CowGirl Creamery. Watch them make cheese then take away the ingredients for a meal back at the studio or a picnic lunch from their deli. Eat on their picnic grounds, paddle lunch across the bay to a deserted white-sand beach for a private afternoon, or, eat lunch trailside as you hike through Point Reyes National Seashore.