|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
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Get away from it all with a stay at this blissfully cozy Big Bear Lake vacation cabin, surrounded by tall trees and the San Bernardino National Forest! With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, you'll have room for up to eight guests at this rustic yet refined charmer, as well as two furry family members!
Just about an hour-and-a-half from bustling LA, Big Bear Lake is a tranquil resort town for kicking back, enjoying a glass of wine on the porch, warming up in the hot tub, roasting s'mores by the firepit, or an afternoon of swimming the the gorgeous blue lake waters! During ski season, there are two ski resorts within a 15-minute drive - both Bear Mountain and Snow Summit. And just because you can commune with nature, don't think there's nothing else to do in Big Bear Lake. The vibrant downtown area is home to a number of unique shops, galleries, dozens of restaurants, and even a movie theater.
A stay at this cabin in the woods includes modern amenities like WiFi, cable TV, a DVD player, and a dishwasher, but with cozy comforts like a wood-burning stove in the living room, tall, slanted ceilings, a large deck surrounded by trees, and a gorgeous wood-burning fireplace in the comfortable master bedroom. There are plenty of spots for reading or curling up with your laptop, as well as an open living room for socializing as a group.
The full kitchen boasts all major appliances in addition to a simply stunning bamboo floor. There's also a grill outside for cookouts, and plenty of plates, silverware, and glasses for all of your vacation feasts. At the end of the day, you'll have a king bed, a queen, two fulls, a twin, a futon, and a sleeper sofa. You can even bring two dogs- though a nightly fee per dog and minimum fee per stay will apply.
This Big Bear Lake vacation home is ideal for a memorable family vacation or a group retreat. A wonderful, peaceful getaway in Southern California, Big Bear Lake is a year-round destination. From the swimming, boating, and hiking in the summer to the skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling in the winter, there's always something to do here - even if it's just relaxing around the wood stove with mugs of hot cocoa!
Plan a fun-filled vacation to gorgeous Big Bear Lake, nestled away in the San Bernardino National Forest. Summer or winter, this getaway in the mountains is sure to please.
This cabin was perfect for our stay. There were 6 of us and two dogs and the cabin was roomy and comfortable. Great location up by Bear Mountain with a little view of the slopes. It kept us warm and cozy during a nice snow storm. Very close to skiing and to town. The kids loved being in the two rooms upstairs and my wife and I took advantage of the nice fireplace in the master bedfoom on the first floor. Kitchen was well stocked with new appliances and everything we needed. All we had to do was fill the fridge with food. Great weather for a Thanksgiving weekend. Beautiful and clear when we got there and snowing on the weekend. We have already recomended this cabin and Vacasa to friends. We will certainly stay here on our next trip. Summer or winter.
Absolutely loved the property. Only issue that we had was there was no propane tank in the grill so we couldn't grill any food. Otherwise, everything else was great.
Had a wonderful time in this cabin. Perfect size for my family and the kids loved the video game console.
This cabin felt like home, very Comfortable and Cozy, with a beautiful deck and view! Loved the decor....it had that cabin feel we were looking for!
It is a nice cabin for you to have 8 people stay. Kitchen is lacking in a few areas, but I like to cook and it is a kitchen where they must think that the Renters are going to go out to dinner most of the time and that was not the case for me. I turned of the oven and came back 2 minutes later to smoke coming out of it. So I cleaned up the oven so I could use it. There is no place to unpack any groceries you bring with you other then to take up the counter space which is not much to start out with. I would come back again and stay and bring what is missing in the kitchen with me.