Rustic Accommodation for a Weekend Getaway near Toiyabe National Forest, CaliforniaTahoe Vista, California (United States)
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· Kid-friendly · Pets allowed · Jacuzzi/Hot Tub · Barbecue
This rustic accommodation is located at a nature resort near Toiyabe National Forest, California, and can accommodate two guests for a weekend getaway by the northern shores of Lake Tahoe. It consists of one bedroom and one full ensuite bathroom. The bedroom is furnished with a king-size bed flanked by wall-mounted nightstands with bedside lamps, a table for two, and a large flat-screen television. In the bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, and walk-in shower. Linens, bath towels, and natural shampoos and lotions are provided.
Other amenities include Wi-Fi, a mini-refrigerator, a microwave, a coffeemaker, a private entrance, and complimentary access to bikes, kayaks, and paddleboards. Hairdryers, ironing equipment, beach towels, and beach chairs are also available at the resort's front desk. Throughout the accommodation's interior, guests will find locally-made artwork and furnishings, all of which create a rustic-yet-modern ambiance that lends the accommodation a sense of harmony with its natural surroundings. Outside, guests will enjoy shared access to the resort's hot tub. Read More
- Cell service
- King-size bed
- Running water
- Safe box
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Shared Barbecue
- Air conditioning
- Fire pit
At the nature resort in which this accommodation is located, guests will enjoy shared access to a variety of facilities and amenities during their stay. For outdoor adventure at nearby North Tahoe Regional Park and Lake Tahoe (beach access to which is located right across the street), the resort provides complimentary bikes, kayaks, and paddleboards that guests can borrow. Between and after their adventures, guests can relax in the resort's hot tub or connect to its Wi-Fi, which is available throughout the property. They can also have a cookout on the resort's barbecue grills.
Inside their accommodation, guests will enjoy amenities such as new Serta beds, a private bathroom stocked with natural shampoos and lotions, a microwave, a refrigerator, and a coffeemaker. Hairdryers, ironing equipment, beach towels, beach chairs, and local activity information are also available from the resort's front desk.
- Front desk service
- Cleaning services
- Electric car charger
- Bicycle rental
First come, first served access to kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, and cruiser bicycles.
This property can host weddings. A 400-square-foot event room, an outdoor ceremony space, and all of the resort's facilities are available to use for events, with catering available from local companies. Guests should contact the host for more information.
Location + Surroundings
This accommodation is located at a nature resort in Tahoe Vista, California, where it is situated in a forested setting directly across the road from the northern shores of Lake Tahoe. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Lake Tahoe is the largest lake by volume in the entire West and second only to the Great Lakes in the country as a whole. Combined with the millions of acres of national forests and state parks that surround it, the Lake Tahoe region is one of the state's premier destinations for outdoor recreation, so much so that the southern end of the lake can get rather crowded during peak seasons. Fortunately, the northern end of the lake, often referred to as North Lake Tahoe or North Shore Lake Tahoe, offers a quieter setting in which to enjoy a comparably wide-range of attractions, activity options, and opportunities to reconnect to the great outdoors.
Right across the road from the accommodation, guests will find the nearest beach access to the lake, which, combined with the complimentary paddleboards and kayaks that guests can borrow, allows them to take full advantage of the lake without having to drive anywhere. Within a 10-minute bike ride (complimentary bikes are available as well), guests can reach North Tahoe Regional Park, where a network of multi-use trails, tennis courts, a disc golf course, and a treetop adventure course await guests' exploration and enjoyment amid a forest of pines, firs, and cedars, which provide habitats for red-tailed hawks, chickadees, and stellar jays.
Within a 10-minute bike ride, guests can also reach the North Tahoe Marina, Old Brockway Golf Course, Kings Beach Miniature Golf, and the Kings Beach State Recreation Area. If guests travel by car, their options will broaden even further, with a variety of attractions located within a 20-minute drive, including, Toiyabe National Forest, the Brockway Summit Tahoe Rim Trail Trailhead, Burton Creek State Park, Skylandia State Park, Tahoe State Recreation Area, Northstar California Resort, and Diamond Peak Ski Resort. Slightly farther afield, guests can reach Donner Memorial State Park, Tahoe National Forest, and Squaw Valley-Alpine Meadows Ski Resort within a 30-minute drive.
Guests will find a couple of restaurants right in Tahoe Vista, with more options located within biking distance at Kings Beach, where guests will also find a few sporting shops, art galleries, and service providers. The accommodation is about two hours from Sacramento, three and a half hours from San Francisco, and just 50 minutes from Reno, Nevada, where the nearest international airport is located. Read More
- Bird watching
- Jeep tours
- Feeding animals
- Horseback riding
- Water sports
- Winter sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
With Lake Tahoe right across the road, complimentary recreation equipment is available to borrow from the resort and with multiple ski areas and millions of acres of national forests and parklands to explore within a half hour drive, guests will have no shortage of activity options during their stay. On the lake, guests can go kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding, with complimentary equipment available to borrow for both activities. The lake is also a popular destination for boating, parasailing, jet skiing, and trout fishing, with boat rentals, watercraft rentals, and fishing charters available from Rent a Boat Lake Tahoe, Parasail Tahoe, and Grand Tahoe Charters.
Guests can go biking with the resort's complimentary bikes, which they can ride up to North Tahoe Regional Park. Here, they will find a network of trails for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. They can also enjoy the park's disc golf course, tennis courts, sledding hill, fitness par course, and treetop adventure course. The latter consists of 70 tree platforms that are linked by bridges and zip lines, with different courses available for all skill levels.
For more enjoyment of the great outdoors, guests can head to the Brockway Summit Tahoe Rim Trail Trailhead, where they can access the 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail. Heading east, guests can hike the 20.3-mile section of the trail that leads to Mt. Rose Summit and Tahoe Meadows through dense forests, open meadows, and portions of both Tahoe National Forest, the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, and the Mt. Rose Wilderness. Heading west, guests can go hiking, biking, and horseback riding on the 20.2-mile section of the trail that leads to Tahoe City, as it winds through woodlands full of firs, cedars, and aspens.
Skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes at Northstar California Resort, Diamond Peak Ski Resort, and Squaw Valley-Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. Golfers can tee off at Old Brockway Golf Course, while putt-putt golf fans can challenge each other to a friendly game at Magic Carpet Golf and Kings Beach Miniature Golf. Guests who want to try their luck or simply enjoy some live music can head to the Crystal Bay Casino.
- Check-in: 04:00 p.m.
- Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- No smoking
- No parties
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
The property's hot tub is open year-round. There is private lake access available to T.V.I. guests for the launching of kayaks and paddle boards. Public beaches are within walking distance of the property, as well. Complimentary rentals include cruiser bicycles, stand-up paddle boards, and two kayaks (one single and one tandem). Use of this equipment is based on availability and can be signed out from the office. This limited inventory is available to any guest staying.
Guests have access to the walking trail on the property, as well as our communal fire pit area, which is well-lit into the evenings.
The office is open seven days a week, with varying hours. An after-hours check-in can always be arranged.
There is a Placer County Noise Ordinance from10:00 p.m.
Pool and hot tub hours are 9:00 a.m to 9:00 p.m. and the pool is seasonal.
There are limited dog-friendly accommodations, and not all rooms allow dogs. If guests would like to bring a pet, please inquire with the host directly. Read more