Take A Glimpse Of This Delightful And Comfortable Log Cabin In Tahoe Pines

You’ll want to take a look inside the Tahoe Pines log cabin located in Lake Tahoe, United States. The cabin is charming, cozy, and convenient with 1,248 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, and 2 bathrooms, and sleeps up to 4 guests. The classic Lincoln log cabin sits in a sunny spot of Tahoe Pines. The cabin rental is located in one of the West Shore’s most beloved neighborhoods, Tahoe Pines is great for strolling around the beach and walks in the woods year around. It is a sunny friendly place. The cabin is just 1.5 miles to Homewood Ski Area and 12 miles to Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows Ski Areas. Easy going rugged authentic log cabin. The cabin is set up to feel homey and comfortable. A well-traveled obedient dog is welcome at the cabin.

The cabin is set in a beautiful location surrounded by trees, a lake, and mountain views. The cabin has plenty of details you’ll be sure to love including a wood stove in the living room and comfy furnishings throughout. During your vacation stay you’ll enjoy easy access to the street-level main floor (only 2 steps to the front door.) The fully functional first floor includes a spacious mudroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom with dressing area and full-size laundry, bathroom (tub/shower), and convenient backdoor to a sunny deck and backyard. The second bedroom serves as a bonus room given that it is as large as the living room, has a sitting area, and has a convenient half-bath (sink and toilet.)

The cabin is located in a super convenient location between Sunnyside Maria and Homewood Ski Area on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore. The cabin is approximately a 10-minute walk or just one minute by car to the beach, a 3-minute drive to Homewood Ski area or Sunnyside, and approximately 15 minutes to Alpine Meadows Ski Area or 20 minutes to Squaw Valley Ski Area. The property does not refund due to road conditions or storms. If this concerns you, then you’ll want to be sure to purchase travel insurance.

The string of smaller Tahoe communities and state parks along Hwy. 89 is collectively known as the Lake Tahoe West Shore. It’s the Black Forest of Lake Tahoe, with a history just as compelling, that boasts a mossy, deep-woods aesthetic, not to mention Sugar Pine Point State Park, one of the most seductive at the Lake. There is so much to see and do on the magical Lake Tahoe West Shore, it’s difficult to call out any one thing, much less 7 or 8 things. This side of the lake attracted the Washoe Indians, Lake Tahoe’s earliest residents reportedly 9,000 years ago. Several years later, gold rush miners came to relax. Chambers Landing, established in 1875, is the region’s oldest bar and is still bustling today. Along the Lake Tahoe West Shore, you’ll also find the Homewood Mountain Resort’s renovation. Plans include a quaint pedestrian village, a mid-mountain lodge, a gondola, and underground parking.

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