Glamorous Woodsy Cabin Close to Everything Hot Tub


Cały obiekt – dom mieszkalny (gospodarzem jest Christopher)

9 gości, 3 sypialnie, 6 łóżek, 3 łazienki
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Ten gospodarz zobowiązał się do stosowania instrukcji dokładniejszego sprzątania Airbnb w 5 krokach.
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Glamorous Woodsy cabin, beds for 9 people! Wonderful location - close to everything. Recently renovated and professionally decorated. Cabin offers 3 bedrooms, 3 baths with a family/sitting area and upstairs features a spacious open great room for entertaining, new flooring, granite counters, bay window, rock fireplace for those cold nights! Relax and enjoy ski slope and mountain views in a tree top setting from the expansive deck with firepit, bbq, and hot tub.

Tesla charger installed.

The cabin is recently remodeled and fresh; new, glamourous, high end furniture, yet still with that great "cabin in the woods" feel to it. Bedroom one has a queen bed. Bedroom two has two sets of twin bunk beds. Bedroom three (master suite over garage) has a king bed and private en-suite bath.

Bedrooms have new "cabin glam" bed frames, new mattresses, high quality linens, and cozy quilts and comforters. Three full baths make room for everybody, and towels are included. A spacious open living area has separate dining with table and chairs, retreat areas, new sectional couch and easy chairs, new lighting and show stopping chandeliers.

The cabin's location is perfect. Within a mile or two of both Snow Summit and Bear Mountain you have easy access for your skiing and boarding pleasures. A quick 2 mile drive gets you to Big Bear Lake and all the water sports you can imagine. The forested lot is nearly one-third acre, on a rise above the quiet street, and far away from neighbors. In fact, being inside the cabin is like being in a huge, beautiful tree house with forest all around you. With separate balconies and decks you have views galore. From the upstairs balcony you have a view of the surrounding trees, hills and a peek-a-boo view of Snow Summit. The downstairs area holds a picnic table, gas grill (hooked up to the house), and a bubbling-hot 8-person outdoor Jacuzzi-type spa. At night, you can settle in for a relaxing 'soak' and watch the stars and sky.

For indoor fun you have complete WIFI access, two large screen internet based TV with youtubetv and a big fireplace to warm your toes and soothe your soul. Everyone who has seen this property has told us how beautiful it is and can hardly wait to rent it.

City of Big Bear Lake's 11% occupancy tax is calculated in the reservation.

Lots to do in Big Bear year-round, all four seasons! Clean air and friendly people make Big Bear Lake the best mountain vacation spot in Southern California. Come on up and enjoy!

Winter Snow Policy: Consideration will be given to re-booking your stay if snow fall closes all three roads into Big Bear the day of your arrival. This reservation credit is available to you for the period within 90 days of your reservation.

Dogs: 1 well-behaved, small to medium, family dog may be approved; but must be approved prior to making reservation. Additional charges may apply. Sorry, no cats.

Service dog must be licensed and copy of license must be provided at time of booking.

Dog must be approved prior to booking. An additional fee of $25.00 per dog per night will apply.

Dog is not allowed on furniture or bed, and you must pickup after your dog at all times.

Dog may not be left in cabin alone.

Maximum occupancy is 9 people, 3 cars.

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Big Bear Lake, Kalifornia, Stany Zjednoczone

Neighborhood description
Big Bear Lake is located in the San Bernardino Mountains and is an easy drive from most areas in southern California. It is about 93 miles northeast of Los Angeles, an approximate 2 hour, 10 drive depending on traffic and road conditions. From Beverly Hills it is approximately a 2 hour, 20 min. drive and from the City of San Bernardino (29 miles) - depending on traffic it is a 40 to 45 minute drive. There are three roads that lead in and out of the Big Bear Valley. From the I10 you can choose between the Hwy330 which turns into Hwy18 (called the front way) through Running Springs, or the Hwy38 through Mentone. From the 210 Freeway you can also choose the Hwy330 which takes you directly up the mountain or you can proceed towards Redlands and take Hwy38 if you prefer that route. Hwy38 usually has less traffic, but Hwy330 is quicker. Some people prefer to take the back road which is Hwy18 through Hesperia and Lucerne. All the roads leading to Big Bear offer some pretty spectacular vistas, especially Hwy330/Hwy18 - there are numerous turn-outs where you can stop to enjoy the different views, on a clear day you can see all the way to the ocean; other views are layers of mountains which look like a background from a Da Vinci painting.

On the way to Big Bear you will pass through the town of Running Springs, and then Deer Lick. Shortly after that you will pass by the Snow Valley Ski and Snowboard Resort. Approximately 11 miles later you will arrive at the Big Bear Lake Dam, here you will continue going straight over the new bridge and follow the road into the town of Big Bear Lake. If you are staying in Fawnskin you will turn left at the Dam.

When travelling to the mountains in the Winter months, you are required to carry chains and its a good idea to keep a flashlight, water, snacks and a blanket in the car - just in case there is a traffic delay due to a storm.
The Big Bear Lake area ranges in altitude from 6,750 feet to 9,000 feet above sea level and has an alpine tundra climate. Unlike the flatlands below, this unique area has four distinct seasons, Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter.
Village Drive in Big Bear Lake.

The average temperature ranges from a pleasant 70 degrees to 88 degrees during the day, and a cool 45 to 60 degrees at night. It is one of the sunniest places in the world, and a typical summer day is clear with blue skies, barring an occasional thundershower. Remember when it is cloudy and hazy down below, on top of the mountain, Big Bear Lake is usually enjoying beautiful, clear blue skies. The average winter temperatures range is from 20 to 64 degrees during the day and 10 to 39 degrees at night. During the middle of the day in the winter you may see skiers and boarders wearing only a T-shirt because if the sun is shining you don't feel cold, but when the sun goes down the temperature drops. Forty degrees is a good temperature for skiing. When winter storms blanket the area with snow, every view is a picture postcard.
To the millions of tourists who visit this forested paradise every year, Big Bear Lake offers world-class snowboarding, skiing, sledding, hiking, nature walks, mountain biking, boating, fishing, kayaking, sailing, water-skiing, wakeboarding, parasailing, golfing, shopping and entertainment for the whole family young and old who come to play in the snow. On the ski slopes you will find children as young as 2 & 3 years and seniors as old as 85 enjoying the outdoors together on either skis or a snowboard. You will see beginners trying to just make it down the beginner run and expert snowboarders who appear to defy gravity with their amazing high jumps, flips and spins.

There are two major ski and snowboard resorts - namely: Bear Mountain and Snow Summit. They are both known as Big Bear Mountain Resorts and are owned by the same company, the "Snow Summit Ski Corporation". Late 2014, Mammoth Mountain Resorts is negotiating to buy both of the Big Bear Resorts.

There are numerous Ski and Snowboard Shops that offer ski and snowboard rentals. They also sell skis, snowboards, boots and the latest styles in snowboard gear, clothing, hats, and accessories.

Wintertime in Big Bear isn't just for skiing and snowboarding - visitors enjoy walking and picnicking by the lake; a word of caution though - please stay off the ice as this can be dangerous. The Discovery Center on the North Shore is open as well as the Big Bear Alpine Zoo.

Shopping in Big Bear Lake is surprisingly good, there are several small markets as well as Vons Supermarket and Stater Bros Supermarket. The town has a large K-Mart / Sears store and several pharmacies, namely: Walgreens, CVS and Medical Arts Pharmacy.

The Big Bear Lake Village is a must see, there are numerous shops and great places to eat.

Summertime in Big Bear Village.
For your dining pleasure the Village Restaurants offer casual to fine dining, your choice of Mexican, Italian, American, and Indian food. For your sweet tooth there are Ice Cream stores, Fudge stores, Candy stores and Coffee shops. You can spend all day exploring the Village Shops which offer trendy clothing stores, furniture stores, souvenir stores, fine china stores, western stores, art galleries, jewelry stores, T-shirt stores, just to name a few.
The Village Theater on Pine Knot has four screens and shows first-run movies. Also located in the Village are four night spots - The Cave with live entertainment, AV Nightclub, Murrays, Club Bombay, Nottingham's, Whiskey Dave's and the historic Chads.

On the corner of Pine Knot and Village Drive you can take the family on one of the Horse and Carriage rides around the Village.

Every year the Village is the setting for the Classic Car Show, which attracts crowds of onlookers and participants from all over.

There are usually events throughout the summer including the popular Village Wine Walks.

Other tourist attractions are the Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain which has a water slide in the summer and an inner tube slide in the winter. There is another inner tube slide in Big Bear City, east of Stanfield Cut-off.

The Big Bear Alpine Zoo, located in Moonridge is a fun place to visit and is one of the few zoos in the U.S. that has a Grizzly Bear exhibit. Most of the animals are native animals that have been rescued. The Big Bear Valley Historical Society Museum is open during the summer months and offers an insight into the history of the area (see the History Section in this website).

The Bear Mountain Golf Course is open during the summer months. It is a 9-hole course and is located opposite the Bear Mountain Resort in Moonridge.

Annual Events include the the Amgen Tour of California, the Rotary July 4th Fireworks display on the lake, the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival, The Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival, the Big Bear Cowboy Gathering, the Old Miners Days, the Fawnskin Festival, the Doo Dah Parade, Art on the Lake, Mom's & Rods, the Classic Car Show, the Antique Wooden Boat Show, the Big Bear Pirate Faire at Pedersen's Mill in Fawnskin, the October Troutfest fishing contest, and the annual Big Bear Oktoberfest in September and October.

The Big Bear Lake Performing Arts Center has a variety of live stage shows and theater productions throughout the year.

On October 31, the annual Halloween celebration is held in the Village. The local shop-owners don their Halloween costumes and hand out candy and goodies to the hundreds of little ghouls and goblins.

On November 28, the Village holds a celebration to welcome Santa's grand entrance and the Christmas Tree lighting on the corner of Village Drive and Pine Knot.

Camping is very popular during the summer months. The Campgrounds in the area are the Serrano Campground, Pine Knot Campground, Hanna Flat Campground, Holcomb Valley Campground and Pine Flat Campground. There are also several Yellow Post sites.

Hiking is one of the most popular activities in the Big Bear Valley.

The lake in Big Bear Lake is eight miles long and approximately one mile across at its widest point. It has about 23 miles of shoreline and is located at an elevation of 6,743.20 feet. The present dam, built in 1912, replaced the original dam, which was built in 1884. The new dam impounds more than 73,000 acre-feet of water with a height of 72'4".

The Lake is not a source of water for the local water supply. The only water taken locally is by the two ski resorts for making artificial snow. They may each purchase up to 500-acre ft. per ski season. The Municipal Water District manages the lake. Private homes, several marinas, public parks and some hotels, lodges and restaurants surround the south side of the lake.

The lake is used for all kinds of boating including powerboats, (2-stroke motors are allowed), jet-skis, sailboats, row-boats, kayaks, canoes and Hobie-cats. Other activities are water-skiing, wakeboarding and wake skating.
Meadow Park offers a swim beach in the summer as well as playing fields and tennis courts. The Miss Liberty Paddle Wheel Boat offers tours of the lake all year round. It is enclosed with glass windows so you can stay warm in cold months. The Big Bear Pirate Ship operates fun lake tours during the summer months, the boat is the Pirate boat used in the movie "The Time Bandit".

Located near the Dam on Government lease land is a historic area dotted with picturesque older cabins, built among the boulders and tall pines.
In the same area you will see Treasure Island, sometimes called China Island,( the correct name is Garstin Island). Treasure Island is privately owned and the home is built on top of the giant boulders is a series of wonderful Oriental style buildings that were built in 1911 by Maude Garstin.

The nearby boulders are a favorite with tourists and local youngsters for jumping and diving. The Lake is a favorite with boating enthusiasts, and during the summer season, tourists and locals take advantage of the picturesque surroundings to enjoy fishing, wakeboarding, water skiing, jet skiing, parasailing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking and swimming. In the winter months, the Lake sometimes freezes over, and although it is beautiful to look at, it is dangerous and the public is prohibited from playing on the ice.

The newer Boulder Bay Park on the west end of the lake has become a popular area for visitors to play by the water, fish, kayak, canoe and picnic.
The Big Bear Valley consists of Big Bear Lake (south shore of the lake), Fawnskin (north shore of the lake), Big Bear City (east of the lake), Sugarloaf, Erwin Lake, Baldwin Lake and Lake William.

Gospodarzem jest Christopher

  1. Z nami od: czerwiec 2021
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  • Numer polisy: 2021-0287
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