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Recent Lake Tahoe South East Shore NV reviews
"We stayed in this wonderful rental for my best friend's bachelor party in early March for three nights. As the best man, I wanted to find a perfect condo for our group. We had a total of 10 guys staying at the condo and we had no issues with fitting all 10 of us in the house, both for sleeping and hanging out. The house was exactly as described on the site and I cannot even begin to explain how amazing the views are from the 2nd deck where the hot tub is located. Just incredible! I would suggest that you rent a car when staying at the condo as it can get pricey taking a cab everywhere as you are a good 7-8 minutes by car to the casinos and main drag in Tahoe. This house is gorgeous and as long as you don't mind stairs, you will not be disappointed if you decide to rent this house!"Guest: Jimmy W. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 27, 2014View listing
"We stayed in this home with a large group of friends and coworkers over Thanksgiving. Overall, we had a very good time and enjoyed our stay. For the value, this is a great home to stay in and I would recommend it. Pros: The home is a beautiful log cabin that looks much better than the photos here on VRBO, so use your imagination when looking at the photos. I was very impressed when I finally stepped inside : ) Large and fantastic hot tub that works very well and has a nice ambiance in the trees. Lots of bunk beds for single travelers (we did not have many couples in our group so it worked well), so I would recommend the home for larger groups of friends. The large living room did not feel cramped with our large group. You can walk <10 minutes down to the beach, or head up the road to incredible lake views. Casinos and bars are a short drive away, as well as beautiful hiking trails. the home is stocked with lots of towels, lotion, and soap for your use. The home is dog friendly, which is hard to come by and ideal for our group with two dogs. Also, maintenance was done quickly when we reported an issue with the toilet, which was pleasantly surprising over a holiday. Cons: The lighting in the home could be improved. There are stairs up to the master and stairs down to the bunk rooms, which was fine for us, but may not be ideal for very young children. The floor in the master bedroom upstairs creaks very loudly whenever you walk up there, so whoever sleeps in the main room bedroom will hear every footstep. The dining room table was a bit too small for a large group at Thanksgiving. The dryer is also quite old and takes a long, long time to dry anything."Guest: Mindi Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 2, 2014View listing
"This place is located perfectly in a private community with a private beach. Quiet neighborhood with very warm neighbors. Nice fire pit out back to roast marshmallows and have it feel like camping without the camping. Nice new remodel in the kitchen and bathroom."Guest: some guy who stayed in the cabin Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 5, 2014View listing
"Our family just arrived home from a wonderful stay in South Lake Tahoe. I chose this beautiful vacation home because of size, it sleeps 18, and location, off Kingsbury Grade, close to everything in South Shore. The property is located in a neighborhood of upscale homes with very large lots. The owner was very helpful and professional. The house is set up with everything you need to spend a few days or couple of weeks. The new Trex deck is beautiful and provides outdoor seating for large groups. The upstairs master suite is very large with a custom bathroom. The large living room is perfect for entertaining and the new 60 inch flat screen TV was a bonus. Our family loved this home and we are hoping to return in the near future. We highly recommend this property."Guest: Mr. F Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014View listing
Lake Tahoe South East Shore NV Travel Tips
Lake Tahoe Vacation Rentals on the Southeast Shore Make the Ideal Vacation Destinations
The lakeside beauty of Lake Tahoe is legendary and has been drawing visitors for decades. Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America and its crystal clear blue waters and surrounding snow-capped Sierra Nevada Mountains are picture-perfect. Set 6,229 feet above sea level and measuring 22 miles long and 12 miles wide, it offers plenty of activities all year long. The California/Nevada border runs down the center of the lake and is mainly of significance as all the casinos are on the Nevada side of the lake, located close to the border at Southeast Shore.
Lake Tahoe is a popular bolthole from the big cities with wealthy Californians who want to ski in the winter and escape the heat in the summer. South Shore has plenty of shops and theaters as well as a great choice of restaurants, wine bars and casinos.
What to Expect in the Changing Seasons at Lake Tahoe Cabins
Lake Tahoe has warm sunny summers with very little rainfall. Spring and fall are beautiful seasons with plenty of natural colors. The winter is cold with temperatures barely rising above freezing during the day and guaranteed snowfall from late November through March.
Places to Visit Around Lake Tahoe Vacation Rentals
The nearest city to Lake Tahoe is Carson City, through the mountain pass, a 30-minute drive away. The lakeshore is scattered with small boating communities and resorts which make for great days out. Head for Emerald Bay and see the striking Swedish-style home known as Vikingsholm and Fannette Island, the lake's only island. Kings Beach, Tahoe City, Crystal Bay and Incline Village are just some of the places to head for around the lake.
Further afield, the old silver mining town of Virginia City is a delightfully authentic town with boardwalks along the street and a host of bars, souvenir shops, fine mansions and attractions
Lake Tahoe Lodging Provides a Host of Fun Things to Do
The high season in Lake Tahoe is during the winter months when there is world-class skiing in this scenic area. There are hundreds of ski runs and numerous resorts offering alpine and cross country skiing, tobogganing, snowmobiling, sleigh rides and other winter sports.
In the summer, there is a vast network of mountain trails for hikers and mountain bikers. Sailing, fishing and paddleboating can all be enjoyed in the summer months and kayaking in the green waters of Emerald Bay is particularly lovely. Cruises are available up and down the lake and the US Dixie Paddlewheeler makes a traditional sight on the water. Golf and tennis are widely available. The mountains are also the ideal place for paragliding, climbing, abseiling and other exciting sports.
Lake Tahoe Vacation Rentals Are Better than Hotels in Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe is not a cheap place to stay but there are plenty villas and apartments scattered along the lakeshore. These offer far more comfort and space for a family than the cramped hotel rooms offered in the town center. Set amidst peaceful pine forests with superb lake views, they offer the peace and tranquility which most visitors to Lake Tahoe are looking for. The fully equipped kitchen makes it easy to prepare snacks and meals for the family, and picnics can be packed and taken to the beach or on mountain hikes. Lake Tahoe cabins offer a cozy place to return to after a day on the slopes, with a warm fireplace and somewhere to dry wet outdoor gear.
How to Reach Your Lake Tahoe Vacation Rentals on the Southeast Shore
The nearest commercial airport to Lake Tahoe is the Reno-Tahoe International Airport which is 41 miles away in Nevada. On the California side of the lake, there are three airports: Trukee-Tahoe Airport, Lake Tahoe Airport and Sacramento International Airport which is about a two-hour drive from the lake. Shuttle buses frequently run between Reno Airport and the Southeast Shore, and there are plenty of local buses and taxis serving the area.