Stay at the slopes at Bear Mountain! This newly furnished Big Bear luxury cabin will sleep up to 12 comfortably and is a 2 minute walk to the slopes at Bear Mountain. 7 person spa waiting for you to enjoy after a day on the slopes.
If you enjoy hiking, the national forest is only 3 lots away where you can hike to spots with incredible views of the lake! The Big Bear zoo and golf course are also within walking distance. There is something for everyone in this cabin which has a large flat screen television in the great room for you to enjoy.
Film buffs will get a special thrill with this cabin. The indie film, "A Separate Life" was filmed on location in Big Bear, and many of the interiors were filmed in this cabin.
This cabin has new hardwood floors and beautiful new carpeting in all 4 bedrooms. Up stairs there are 2 master suites with California King full log beds and LCD televisions on the wall. Downstairs there are 2 more bedrooms for the rest of the family.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a barbeque on the back deck. The backyard has an a viewing deck and a fenced in dog run if you decide to bring your canine friends.
The village is just a short drive away where you can have a great dining and shopping experience. This cabin will give you the space, location, and amenities you are looking for to make the most of your vacation.
Другие важные подробности
*The person reserving the cabin must be at least 25 years old.
*Please request approval of a pet prior to booking.
*Additional pet fee required upon approval
* The house is only permitted for 5 cars max
*There will be a $25 late check in fee assessed if keys are not picked up by
5:00pm(Tues-Weds), and 6:30pm(Thurs-Mon).
PUBLIC TRASH SITES "CLEAN BEAR":
All renters MUST dispose of their trash at one of the 2 Clean Bear Trash Sites.
Clean Bear Trash Site #1
Cross Streets are Big Bear Boulevard and Garstin/Moonridge (west). The trash site is located on the right side, about 2 blocks down Garstin. It is
marked "Clean Bear Trash Site #1" 41974 Garstin Road.
Clean Bear Trash Site #2 On Big Bear Blvd, well past the village, on the left across the street from the City Hall/Performing Art Center, Clean Bear Trash Site #2 is in the parking lot of the auxiliary fire station. Fire House #2 (across from the Civic Center on Big Bear Blvd.)
BIG BEAR GUEST CODE OF CONDUCT
You are a guest of Big Bear Lake and staying in a Residential Area. You are expected to
respect the neighborhood and those near you.
A first call is a warning, after that will result in ejection from the premises.
RESPECT NEIGHBORHOOD TRANQUILITY. Disturbing the peace of the Residential Neighborhood you are occupying is a city ordinance violation. Please keep noise to a minimum,including children playing loudly, parties, and any loud noises between 9:00 pm and 8:00 am.
ABIDE BY OCCUPANCY LIMITS. Each property is licensed to accommodate a maximum amount of
people, DAY AND NIGHT. Overcrowding is dangerous, disrespectful, and illegal. Please do not exceed the designated amount.
DISPOSE OF TRASH PROPERLY. "Clean Bear Sites" are available nearby all residential areas.
These sites are funded by homeowners through local property taxes. Please take all household trash items to these sites; not doing so is disrespectful and a violation of
the code of conduct.
PARK CARS APPROPRIATELY. The Big Bear Lake Ordinance limits the number of cars parked at
each property, and this number is displayed on a sign on each house. Parking more cars is
a city ordinance violation. Please use common sense – Do not block streets or corners and
keep all cars parked on driveways. During snow conditions, avoid large fines: do not block plows or park anywhere on the street.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF ASHES FROM BBQ'S AND FIREPLACES. It is against Five Star Vacation
Rentals’ policy for guests to remove or dispose of Fireplace or BBQ ashes. Our Housekeeping Department will properly and safely dispose of all ashes. If you need ash removal, please contact our office.
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Kevin earned his Bachelor's Degree in Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara and Maria earned her Bachelor's Degree from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. They both have many passions including surfing, snowboarding, and of course traveling. They share a strong belief that it is important to give and volunteer their time to various community and non-profit organizations.