Continuing with my series on the history of the cottages at Nick’s Cove, this week I will tell you about Bandit’s Bungalow.
Bandit’s Bungalow is one of the original cottages on the waterfront and was remodeled in the early 2000’s before Nick’s Cove reopened in 2007. It gets its name from the movie “Bandits”, a Hollywood bank robber film. Directed by Barry Levinson and starring Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, and Cate Blanchett, Bandits was filmed at Nick’s Cove and in the nearby town of Tomales. The film is definitely a Nick’s Cove Crew favorite!
Bandit’s Bungalow and Joker’s Shed (the second bedroom) is one of two, 2-bedroom waterfront cottages, which makes it a great option for a large family, two couples, or a get-away with girlfriends. There are two bathrooms and each boasts its own deep-soaking tub. The front bedroom has my favorite feature: a large window right next to the bed that overlooks the bay, so that you get a beautiful view right when you wake up! And, of course, just like all of our waterfront cottages, Bandit’s Bungalow has a large deck overlooking the pristine waters of Tomales Bay.
On your next stay in Bandit’s Bungalow, be sure to borrow the movie Bandits from our DVD library to watch on your in-room plasma TV.
Until next time…