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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Lower Moonridge reviews

  • Perfect location!

    "Perfect size cabin and yard for us (family of 3)and our dogs. Great location. Will rent here again."
    Guest: Delana C. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 17, 2017
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  • Property was clean but some improvements needed

    "We found the interior to be clean and the floor-plan was decent but it was obvious right away that the owners didn't want to put a lot of money into this home since it was a rental. First of all, the garage door had no remote to open/lower and had to be done manually. Not a big deal except for the fact that the roll up door had no handle. Was it too big of a deal to install a handle or a remote drive motor? Secondly, the roof drips onto the walkway to the right of the garage. Entering and leaving the place means you are going to get wet especially at the corner where the garage meets the house. On a warm day, it is a virtual river dripping onto the only access to the front door. Put in a gutter and solve this problem... The kitchen was meagerly stocked with cooking utensils. We wanted to make spaghetti and were surprised to find there were no pots large enough to boil the noodles so we had to go to Kmart and buy a stock pot. It was about $20 and so we left it at the site. Consider it a donation to the frugal owners. Also, we couldn't find any sauce pan big enough to fit the sauce and meatballs, so we had to go back to the store and get one of those. We took our sauce pot back with us because it was a bit more expensive. They did have a WOK, but with a rounded bottom, we couldn't figure out how to get it to sit on the burner without rolling off. A WOK with a round bottom? Totally useless. The frying pans were non-stick but the coating has long been scorched off which means everything sticks. The cookware needs to be thrown away and replaced with something usable. We "vacationers" should not be expected to bring our own utensils when we travel out of town Come-on people... It's $100 for a decent set of pots and pans. Silverware was sparse. No bread knife to cut the french bread. And the only can opener was the triangle shaped one with the bottle opener on the other end. What does it take to stock the kitchen with things you will need? No can opener? Really? It took me 10 minutes to open two cans by punching a whole bunch of triangles into the edge of the cans. That's just silly. The fireplace has no gas feed, so it's firestarter and matches. No big deal once it gets started, but if you buy firewood, better bring newspapers too. A washer and dryer in the garage came in handy to dry your coats which are soaked from the roof melt walking back and forth to load and unload your car. Other than that, the place was warm and cozy."
    Guest: Carl F. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 20, 2017
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  • Perfect little cabin

    "I came to this cabin with some friends to celebrate my 30th birthday and it was perfect! Beautiful inside and out. Super comfy and cottage-like. Loved the skylights in the hall and master room. Snow outside and warm fireplace inside. Big kitchen, fenced in yard, hot tub, beautiful views! We had an unforgettable weekend!"
    Guest: Yessi Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 15, 2016
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  • Great place to stay for my family!

    "This cabin was close to all of the attractions in Big Bear that we were interested in. My older kids even walked to a cafe for breakfast one of the mornings we were there! Beary Cozy cabin is fully decorated with a woodland theme (especially bears!), and well-supplied. It was a great mountain experience!!"
    Guest: Kari Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 9, 2017
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