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Recent Inland Empire reviews
"This home was just what we needed! The whole family share this large home last week and it was perfect. We did not feel like we were all on top of each other and the best part was the view it offered from the back patio to the forest. The house is fully stocked and with everything you need for your entertainment. We are looking forward to booking our next family gathering here!"
Guest: CepyDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 12, 2015
"I stayed at Paula's place for the weekend with my graduate school classmates as a retreat. There were 11 of us and the place was more than spacious enough! The living room was very cozy and the guitar hero in one of the upstairs rooms was a hit with the guys. We also had fun with the grill making s'mores on the deck!
The beach passes which gave us access to the beach were a lovely perk, the beach and park were great places to sit, chat and wander around, and were gorgeous during sunset, but when we were there, swimming was off-limits due to bacteria from a recent rain, which was a bit of a bummer.
Paula was also very friendly and super helpful in explaining to us how the beach passes worked and clarifying the lake water situation since we didn't know who to contact.
Overall we loved the place and it was very comfy for a group gathering of our size.
One minor improvement that could've been made though is having more deck chairs / tables. There's only a very rusted set of 4 chairs and a table missing the glass top, with a tiny wooden picnic table that's probably meant for kids.
Also a word of advice: come prepared! Unlike some other vacation rentals I've been at, there aren't a lot of amenities provided so it's good to bring your own towels, soap, coffee, sugar, tissue, trash liners, charcoal etc."
Guest: Weilin T.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 5, 2015
"My family of 5 (2 adults and 3 kids aged 13, 11 and 8) had a comfortable 3 night stay in this cabin. The property management team was very accommodating and were quick to reply to all of my inquiries. The cabin was very clean and spacious inside, had a well stocked kitchen, lots of towels, and comfortable beds. The location is in a quiet residential area just a short 3-5 minute drive to the village - it is very close to the Alpine slide. The cabin rests on a slope so there are stairs (30 of them) to get from the parking area to the cabin. You'll want to make sure everyone in your party is capable of climbing the stairs. Once up the stairs the large deck has two tables and is a nice place to take in an outdoor meal, however the deck is aging and has a few dangerous areas (a few boards bending up and lots of splinter dangers). The only other downside was a slight slope between the family room and the kitchen that is easy to slip on so you'll need to be careful. Overall it is a great place for a family getaway."
Guest: Christa P.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 13, 2015