Property Information :
Located in Pine Mountain Club, a little more than an hour north of Valencia and south of Bakersfield, the Old Bear is 18 easy driving miles West of I-5 in the Los Padres National Forest.
Motor-touring, hiking, mountain biking, golf, tennis, birdwatching, stargazing, four-wheeling, and even catch-and-release fishing are popular with our guests but, the best pastime is slowing down and recharging your batteries away from a hectic daily life.We are only one block from the village with its restaurants and shops.
A glass of wine in the hot-tub while it snows is beyond compare. Our rooms (with either private bath or European style) are extremely comfy with incredible views of the nature around us. Each one is decorated with an eye toward one facet of our mountain life: Bluebird, Pineview, Cowboy, Garden, and the Orion suite all echo themes you can see from our own back yard.
You will be a stranger only once when you come to the Old Bear. Warm friendships, great community and the art of conversation abide here.
With the guest/greeter dogs, Heidi and Pepper, available for petting, walks and treats,
As the doctor says, "Open up, take a big breath and say,"Ahhhh!"
Room Information: the Pineview is a large room on the second floor with a king-size bed. It has a beautiful view of the forest and golf course. A family dog (or cat) is welcome in your room. The Pineview is $100 per night. And on the third night, that amount reduces to 1/2 price.For more information, please visit: (URL HIDDEN)
Additional information: Golf, tennis swimming, sledding, birdwatching, hiking, hot-tubbing, stargazing, rock hunting, wildlife photography, wildlife painting, horseback riding, napping or just reading a book are among the pastimes available here.
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Smoking is allowed outside only. Please be considerate of your neighbors and the forest (URL HIDDEN) is a special place that should be shared with everyone.
David is an actor and teacher who enjoys sharing the many facets of Pine Mountain and the Los Padres National Forest. He is a certified naturalist and docent at Tejon Ranch. He leads tours on the ranch during the spring and early summer months.
Maxine is a graphic designer and a fine artist focusing on the flora and fauna found in the surrounding area. She plays tennis, golf, and has a host of other hobbies.