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Recent Lake Tahoe West Shore CA reviews

  • Chamberlands-Homewoods

    "We love going every year to this charmful and luxury chalet, and enjoy skiing on the homewoods mountains which offer a breathtaking view on the lake. The chalet is very comfortable and can host a large family with some friends. We highly recommend this place, which feels like our home as we have so many great memories there!"
    Guest: GoCal Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: March 5, 2015
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  • Lot's of room for family of 8

    "We loved our stay at the Ann Road house. It was a close walk to the lake and the bike trail. We spent a lot of time on the private pier enjoying the water and sunshine. There was plenty of room if we were all on the deck or all at the dining table, and places to go for quiet time. The house was clean and had everything we needed. The steam shower was great. I would love to take advantage of it sometime during a winter trip."
    Guest: Sandie Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 7, 2014
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  • Well Worth the Getaway

    "My husband, mom and 2 kids (6 and 8) enjoyed a great 4 night getaway in Tahoe City. I have never rented a cabin before but working with the owner was easy and very straightforward. I got the keys early. The check-in and check-out instructions were clear. And, there was no need to laundry either since my $150 cleaning fee covered everything after we left. The house was very clean. The beds were very comfortable and there was plenty of extra pillows and blankets available if needed. The sectional couch fit all 5 of us with plenty of leftover space. One large chair-and-a-half was a great perch to read by the window. The garage is filled with chairs for 6 and tables for the deck. The BBQ had propane and was ready to go! There is even a blower to blow off any needles or twigs that may have fallen on the deck. My kids totally loved the upstairs kid's room: it had two very nicely decorated twin beds and one full bed; a foosball table; and a TV with DVD. Plus a closet big enough for the kids to play in as a fort! The second bedroom upstairs is big enough to put up a pack-n-play if needed or for a small child to sleep on the sofa. Grandma enjoyed her queen bed as well! The upstairs bath is newly redecorated and quite cute. My little guy (6 yo) did mention that the shower was "small" compared to our oversized one at home, but I believe it is a standard size and tiled with slate-very pretty! In fact, the decorating throughout the cabin was tastefully done in mountain style with whimsical bears throughout. The downstairs bedroom was just fine for my husband and I, and it was quiet enough not to hear anyone else who got up in the morning before us. The downstairs bathroom has a combo tub/shower which was satisfactory. The kitchen is what drew me to the house: it has a large island counter with bar stools. My kids loved to eat and watch dad prep meals while feeling like "big" kids at the counter. The kitchen has everything you would need too cook: pots and pans; strainer; two coffee makers and an espresso machine (!); sharp knives; and plenty of spices and oils, etc. We enjoyed the wood burning fireplace as well. The owner has the wood neatly stacked next to the fireplace, with more in the garage. Bonus is that the house is just a quick drive (or 15 min walk) to everything! Shops, cafes, skiing, bike trails, the lake, etc. This is a wonderful family home and we look forward to coming back again!"
    Guest: Mardy B. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 8, 2015
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  • Christmas in Tahoe

    "We rented the Log Lodge for the week of Christmas, 2014. Two parents, two adult sons with one wife and one girlfriend, and two grandchildren spent a wonderful week at this unique home. Probably the most relaxing Christmas ever. The home, according to the tract map on the wall, sits on 3 acres of land. Lots of room to run around, explore, play in the snow. When we arrived, there was some snow on the ground, but we had snow on Christmas Eve and Christmas day. For small children, there's a little hill across the street which was perfect for sledding. Older children would probably want to seek larger hills, but for us, it worked out great. The home, and in particular the kitchen, has everything you need including a blender, microwave, all the utensils, baking and cooking supplies for pretty much anything you feel like cooking. There's also a gas grill if you want to BBQ. The home was so comfortable for us. The sofas and big and comfortable in front of the huge fireplace. We ordered firewood before we arrived from Jason (530) 386-0415 and it was waiting for us when we got to the cabin. We ordered a mix of hard and softwood and that worked out perfectly. The fireplace doesn't have a gas hook up so you need to build the fire from kindling. There's an ax and cutting area available to cut the wood down. The location is perfect on the west side of the lake. 15 minutes from Tahoe City and a short drive to Homewood. About half an hour from Squaw Village, so you have everything you could want to do nearby. It's not directly on the lake, but there's a 20'-wide easement that allows access to the lake across the street. The home is filled with all kinds of antique memorabilia - some of it relating to the history of the house, and some of it just interesting. Everyday we'd discover some thing new we hadn't noticed before. For Christmas dinner, we ate at the Sunnyside Cafe, just a few miles away, and had a great dinner, with great service. Figure about $40 per person for dinner. We would definitely go back to the Log Lodge and can recommend it highly!"
    Guest: elaine d. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 31, 2014
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Lake Tahoe West Shore CA Travel Tips

West Shore Lake Tahoe for the Best of California and Nevada

California and Nevada share the wonders of Lake Tahoe. It is the largest alpine lake in the United States and second deepest. Tahoe vacation rentals are popular all year-round. A string of small communities and parks along Highway 89 make up the west shore. Visitors to a west shore Lake Tahoe lodging choice will be struck by the clarity of this freshwater lake. Come to Lake Tahoe cabins if you like excitement!

West Shore Lake Tahoe Lodging for Fun in Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall

Whether you choose a west shore Lake Tahoe lodging in winter, spring, summer or fall, you will find an action-packed vacation awaits you. Lake Tahoe cabins are perfect for gentle walks or serious hiking. You can also simply relax by the lake. Better yet, get out on the lake. Hire a motorboat, sailboat, kayak or jet ski and see the mountains from the lake. Lake Tahoe vacation rentals are great options for couples, families or groups of friends.

Lake Tahoe Cabins for a Rare Underwater State Park

For the adventure-lovers, a west shore Lake Tahoe lodging choice puts you at the heart of a variety of action-packed days. Try parasailing or whitewater rafting. Once you’ve seen the lake and the mountains, what about trying one more new experience? Emerald Bay is one of the few underwater parks in California, with wrecks dating back to 1884. An underwater adventure is one more of the many things to do from Lake Tahoe vacation rentals. These Lake Tahoe cabins provide opportunities for fun year-round.

Lake Tahoe Vacation Rentals for Gamblers

On the Nevada side from Lake Tahoe cabins, five casinos provide 24-hour entertainment from craps tables to blackjack games. Here is a little piece of Las Vegas for anyone who wants to get out from their Lake Tahoe vacation rentals. For a night out at the region's oldest bar, head to Chambers Landing, established for the gold rush in 1885. You’ll find everything for a perfect vacation around your west shore Lake Tahoe lodging choice.

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