|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
The Tucker's West Shore Trove features nearly 1,400 square feet, a private hot tub, large deck with grill, access to a private beach just one block away, and a close proximity to Homewood Mountain!
From the mountain views on site to the attractions at Homewood Mountain Resort just two miles away, family fun is close to your door. Within walking distance you can reach the neighborhood homeowner association's private beach with a kayak waiting for you on the dock. Another short walk takes you to Blackwood Canyon for wonderful winter adventures like dog-sledding. Bike trails are abundant and will lead you to Fire Sign Cafe, Sunnyside Restaurant, and West Shore Cafe.
Having been remodeled in 2010, this Lake Tahoe vacation lodge will accommodate a maximum of 10 guests (if two don't mind sleeping on the couches). Among the three bedrooms, you'll two queen-size beds and two sets of twin-size bunk beds. A Pack-n-Play is available for your littlest ones, and two bathrooms make it easy for everyone to have privacy.
In the living room, enjoy a gas fireplace framed in stone among the woodsy-themed decor. Toys for the children and board games for everyone are available for days when you get snowed in. Save money on eating out by fixing meals in the fully stocked kitchen, which boasts granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. There's a provided high chair and child-friendly dishware as well.
Ready to get out? At this West Shore chalet, you'll be within a few miles from Tahoe attractions like Homewood Mountain and even Alpine Meadows for year-round adventures. With a kayak at the private dock for guests of the Tucker's West Shore Trove, all you have to do is take a stroll down to the shore and hop in.
Everything you want in a mountain retreat is here at this Homewood vacation rental!
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Vacasa began in 2009, simply because our founder and CEO Eric wanted to find a better way to share his wife’s family’s summer home in Long Beach, Washington with guests as a vacation rental. Eric and his early team worked to build Vacasa on the premise that local employees can do what they love most (taking care of guests, homeowners, and properties), while the hands-off tasks of vacation rental management—things like marketing, filing taxes, and maintaining a website—could be handled by a specialized central support team.
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This house had everything we needed for 4 days, 3 adults, 2 college kids, 2 youth for spring skiing and music festival at Squaw Valley. Very happy with comfort of beds. Quiet location. Hot tub was a nice bonus after long days. Location is 20 minutes from Squaw, a nice escape from town. Access tocross country ski areas, town, and lake was amazing. Thank you Vacasa. Great memories made.
Great property management and lovely 3 bedroom home in great location. We visited during winter but seems like it would be a great summer home too
We loved this place, staid here in winter, very beautiful place. Would definitely stay at this place again, but now would choose a summer to see all the summer beauty.
This house was perfect for our family of 4 and it was easy to get to Alpine / Squaw from this location. If you plan to ski at Homewood, you are only a couple miles away. The lake is right at the end of the street so I can see how this would be a great rental in the summertime. In fact, we are considering our first summer trip to Tahoe and staying here.
We found the house very clean and very comfortable. The living room was very cozy and the gas fireplace puts out plenty of warmth. The kitchen layout if very functional with a large dining room table. The towels were all very soft and there were plenty available.
They do not claim to provide any spices and if you plan to cook bring your own. It was really, really limited only some seasoning salt, garlic salt and salt. We left some pepper and olive oil. This is not a negative, just be prepared to bring spices you may want for cooking.
As noted in other reviews, the hot tub was definitely one of the items that kept this from being a 5 star rental. The control pane is partially removed and we could only get a small portion of the jets to actually work. We stayed 4 nights and only used it 1 time.
The cookware (pot/pans) is very limited. We got by with the cookware with what was there, but would have liked to see more options. There are plenty of glasses, plates, silverware, etc.
This is an unusual winter and lots of snow is presenting challenges. There is not a snow shovel provided, so bring your own if it's winter and snow is in the forecast. I wish we had as it would have come in handy since we woke twice to heavy snowfall overnight.
There is room to improve, but we were very happy with this rental. We had contacted the management company and they were responsive. I would not hesitate to rent this cabin again next year or for the summer, especially if the hot tub is refurbished or replaced.
Just a side note, our friends have a large house in Olympic Valley that was empty while we where there and they offered it to us when they realized we were in Tahoe. Since we had arrived and were settled in, we chose to stay here.
We had a great time during our stay. This is a small, cozy cabin that is in a very convenient location. Close to the lake, close to Homewood, close to Squaw/Alpine. The only downside during the whole stay was that the snow on the roof was not shoveled off. There was a large 7ft slab of snow hanging on the roof right above the hot tub and we left the 24/7 Vacasa line a voicemail asking for it to get shoveled off. I never heard back and thankfully it did not fall off.