Surrounded by soaring pines and minutes from Lake Tahoe, our cabin-style 4-bed rental (+ separate guest cabin) offers plenty of space for a big group to make the most of Tahoma’s great outdoors.
Flop down on the beach at nearby Meeks Bay Resort & Marina, hire water sports equipment or access hiking and biking trails. In the day, ride the bike path into Tahoe City. Only 5 minutes from Homewood Ski Resort and 30 minutes from beautiful Squaw Valley Ski Resort.
This rental has 4 bedrooms and a separate studio-style cabin at the back of the house, an open-concept kitchen for whipping up gourmet meals and a shaded backyard with a charcoal grill for lazy afternoon BBQs.
INSIDE THE HOUSE
A huge sectional couch sits in front of a wood-burning stove in the living room. Snuggle up on chilly days in front of a flat screen TV with cable, or grab a spot at the bar-style table behind the sofa with seating for 4.
Stainless steel appliances and granite countertops feature in the open-concept kitchen. Prep dinner and share snacks at the bar counter. When you’re ready to eat, there’s a low breakfast bar that seats 3 and a high-top dining table with 8 barstools.
On warm days, head outdoors to your pine tree-surrounded backyard and fire up the charcoal BBQ.
There’s space for 12 to sleep between 4 bedrooms. A large master bedroom comes with a king bed, wood-burning fireplace, flat screen TV and his and her walk-in closets. Feel like a breath of fresh air? Step out onto an upper level deck.
The guest bedroom has a twin bed, a twin-over-full bunk bed and also offers access to the deck. There’s a queen bed in both the 3rd and 4th bedrooms.
The separate cabin at the back of the house comes has a kitchenette, pull out couch, full-size bed and a small bathroom.
Our secluded neighborhood home is just a 4-minute drive from Meeks Bay Resort & Marina. As well as a sandy beach and swimming area, this scenic lakeside spot has water sports rentals, beach volleyball, BBQ and picnic areas and also offers access to a brand new bike trail.
For a day of fishing and hiking, drive 4 minutes to Sugar Pine Point State Park and explore dense forests of pine, fir, aspen and cedar. Take time out to visit the Nature Center while you’re here to see several species of birds, mammals and various exhibits dedicated to educating visitors on the local wilderness.
You’ll also find entertainment and several local restaurants nearby. Walk 4 minutes to West Shore Pizza, head 9 minutes and grab fresh deli sandwiches at The PDQ market, or enjoy an extra special dining experience at West Shore Cafe - a stylish lakeside lodge just a 5-minute drive from home.