Wicky Up Ranch Bed and Breakfast

Relax in the old-fashioned serenity and comfort of rural California at Wicky Up Ranch Bed and Breakfast, a gracious turn-of-the-century home on an orange ranch located at the gateway of the Sierra Nevada mountains near Sequoia National Park. The innkeepers, 4th generation farmers/owners, enjoy giving tours of the home with its period antiques, 19th century art, collectibles and unique architecture.

The term Wicky Up means shelter in a Native American language. It was chosen by the family around 1900, because there was a native American village on the nearby Kaweah River inhabited by many of the Wutchumna tribe, and still others lived in the hills above the ranch.

Enjoy complimentary beverages on the veranda or in the garden with a background of country sounds and water fountains, or curl up by the cracking fire with a cup of tea and a good book.  Fine music and videos are available for your enjoyment. Lovers of sunsets will be thrilled by the extraordinary displays in the foothills of the southern Sierra Nevada.

After a candlelight breakfast with classical background music, enjoy a walk around the ranch with an extraordinary view of the California central valley.

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Latitude: 36.414768 Longitude: -119.06343 Elevation: 518 ft
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Bed and Breakfast Style

3-bedroom casually elegant farm stay, serving candlelight breakfasts along with stimulating conversation.   

Breakfast Style Served

Gourmet Breakfast

Seasons Open


Range of Rates

$120 to $170 (double occupancy)

Eco-Friendly Notes

We use eco-friendly washing soaps, cleaners and sprays. We re-cycle all bottles and cans.   

Locally or Family Owned Business Notes

Innkeepers, Jack and Monica Pizura, are 4th generation owners/operators. The home was built by relative Fred E. Harding, Illinois State Senator and banker, in 1900. The home has never been out of the family. 

Pet Friendly Notes

No pets please.

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