Barn-Inspired Cabin Rental Secluded in the Pines of Sugarloaf, California

Big Bear City, California (United States) view map
Cabins
1 unit
8 guest capacity
2 nights minimum stay

Description of Glamping Units

This two-bedroom cabin sits perched on a hill surrounded by pine trees in the Sugarloaf/Big Bear area of southern California. It's the perfect rental for a family or group of eight outdoor enthusiasts—but outdoor enthusiasts who still want a nice place to come home to at the end of the day. After a day of hiking or out on the slopes, the family can relax in the living room where there is plenty of seating. With the wood-burning fire going, a movie on Netflix is the perfect way to end the day. Moving down the hall and into the kitchen, guests will find all the appliances they need to prepare and enjoy meals at home. Outside on the deck there is also a grill, should guests want to have a barbecue. If guests head upstairs, they will find two bedrooms in the cabin. In one there is a queen-size bed and in the second there are four twin beds, two individual beds and a bunk bed. Additional sleeping arrangements can be found in the living room, on the sofa bed. Read More

Accommodation Amenities

  • Balcony
  • BBQ/Grill
  • Coffeemaker
  • Deck/Patio
  • DVD player
  • Fireplace
  • Fridge
  • Heating
  • Internet connection
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Linens provided
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Satellite/Cable
  • Stove
  • Television
  • Toaster
  • Towels provided
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Facilities

This property has a wood-burning fireplace where guests can cozy up on cold winter evenings. Even better on a cold winter night, guests can stream a movie from Netflix and have a family movie night.

PROPERTY FACILITIES
  • BBQ grill
  • Deck or balcony
  • Patio furniture
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Suitabilities

General
  • Family-friendly
  • No smoking
  • Additional Information

    There is a minimum renting age of 21.

    This property is dog-friendly.

    Location + Surroundings

    When it comes to outdoor recreation, the Big Bear/Sugarloaf area in California really does have it all. In the San Bernardino Mountains, this region of Southern California has four vibrant seasons and with each season comes an abundance of opportunities for outdoor adventure. In the winter when the mountains become blanketed in snow, Big Bear Mountain Resort has skiing and snowboarding trails for all abilities. Once the snow melts and gives way to spring blossoms, the lake is where guests will love spending their days hiking, fishing for trout, paddle boarding, water skiing, tubing, and so much more. At this location, guests find themselves secluded in a forest of pine trees with plenty of space and fresh mountain air for everyone. This property's location is the perfect escape from the weekly chaos of the city, about 100 miles from Los Angeles and a little under 150 miles from San Diego. Big Bear is really a glamper's paradise, attracting outdoor lovers from all around California and the country, even international guests. No matter the season, this location provides guests with homey comfort, endless outdoor fun, and a touch of luxury. Read More

    Cancellation policy

    • If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
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    Activities

    • Biking
    • Bird watching
    • Boating
    • Climbing
    • Cycling
    • Dining
    • Ecotourism
    • Entertainment
    • Fishing
    • Helicopter flight
    • Hiking
    • Horseback riding
    • Jet skiing
    • Kayaking
    • Massages
    • Paddle boarding
    • Paragliding
    • Photography
    • Rafting
    • Sailing
    • Skiing
    • Snowboarding
    • Swimming
    • Walking
    • Water sports
    • Winter sports

    The best part about this property's location is that guests can spend their every doing some different outdoor activity if they wanted to. From its proximity skiing in the winter to being out on the lake in the summers, this property really does have it all. Beginning with the summer months, guests can choose from hiking, biking, paddle boarding, kayaking, and so much more. Guests will love getting out on the turquoise blue waters of Big Bear Lake, with so many options for water sports. There are multiple companies that can take guests parasailing, rent motor boats, canoes, or kayaks, guests can go fishing, swimming, water skiing—the list is endless. Popular hiking trails around the lake include the Pine Knot Trail, Alpine Pedal Path, Castle Rock Trail, the Snow Summit/Grandview Loop Trail, and the Skyline Trail—which is a multi-use trail also for horseback riding, biking, and hikers. If guests are interested in water sports, their choices are endless. From paddle boarding, pontoon boating, sailing or power boating to windsurfing, sailboarding or wake boarding, tubing, waterskiing or jet skiing, and canoeing or kayaking. Best of all, this property sits only 300 feet from the San Bernardino National Forest. The National Forest receives more visitors per year than Yosemite or Yellowstone National Parks, and the forests that millions of visitors have only been able to explore for a day, guests staying here have the opportunity to live in. Once winter settles in, guests have easy access to the Big Bear Mountain Resort and the Snow Summit Ski Resort. These ski resorts have a multitude of trails for all abilities, both novice skiers on the bunny hill to more experienced skiers looking for alpine glades can have fun on here on the mountain. Big Bear Mountain Resort even has snow tubing, which guests should definitely try if they haven't before. From spring blossoms and summer sun, to blazing fall colors and a blanket of white in the winter, the four seasons of Big Bear make it one of the best places in California for an outdoor, glamping getaway.

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