Getaway places tiny houses on beautiful rural land and rents them out by the night or weekend, allowing you to escape the noisy city and embrace the quiet of just being there. This is your ultimate best escape for a day or a weekend. Inside your cabin getaway house at Big Bear, you will find a cell phone locking box where you should leave your phone after you take your photos. Each cabin includes a fire pit, grilling grate, and outdoor picnic table and chairs. There’s firewood and fire-starters for purchase to heat things up. The cabins are scattered throughout our wooded outposts, but you'll be near your neighbors. This getaway house in Big Bear is limited on space and can be very popular, so be sure to pick a date and book your escape soon!
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Very disappointed and definitely not coming back! We were super excited about our trip especially when my mom visit us from Europe so we thought that would be great to experienced something different than regular cabins/houses and we want see amazing view through that big window. Unfortunately when we click on "two beds cabin" there wasn't any option to choose from about view. Since all cabins have that big window I expect that all of them have some cool view. When we arrived and driving all the way around the camp to find our cabin which was one of the last ones and definitely the worst from all. We walked around and I'm 100% sure that there is no worst cabin than "GEORGE" when I immediately texted to support that we need change that cabin since there is zero view just some bushes that nobody taking care of them long time. Answer was "we doing what we can but there is no another cabin available" so I took my wife, mom and dog and walk around.. at least 3 another cabins with two beds were completely empty and definitely with better view than ours. I was like maybe someone is there and they coming later that night. Very early in the morning walking again and all these cabins were still empty. So not only we had no view but also they just sitting behind computer and playing that they trying to do something for you. These cabins are nothing special actually worst than any other you can choose around because they are super small... so anyone who is coming to them is coming for speechless view which unfortunately you not always get, so very disappointed.
This is the 3rd time we stay in the cabin. We absolutely enjoy it. Total 6 days and nights. 3 different cabins. 1 and 2 beds, mountain and forest view. We had sunny summer day, heavy snow, 75mph windy + rainy day, snowy day, foggy day. We experienced it all. The weather on the mountain change quickly. We are aware the view and cabin location will be different, depends on availability. Make sense. We do stars gazing at summer night. Play with snow at winter night. Or just looking at the fire pit makes us feel relax. Cabin provide enough for us to enjoy during our stay. There’re a convenience store near by. We stop by during summer to get watermelon. Keep in mind that this is an experience with mother nature. If you need a luxury trip and 5 stars hotel services, or if you are those who need to have the exact view that you saw on the website. This may not be the one for you. Even you get a Mountain View doesn’t guarantee you can see it, it may be foggy. Be ready to embrace the uncertainty. Staffs are very friendly and caring. They start snow plowing soon after it snow and very often throughout the day.
Pros: - Dog friendly! Bowls, treats, and a leash line provided free to use - Communicative and attentive staff - Complimentary stuff which was very appreciated - Breathtaking Mountain View - Far away enough from most cabins to feel the illusion of isolation - Functional tiny home with a decent kitchen and small but complete bathroom - Pay-to-play provisions such as firewood - Very quiet and relaxing! Everyone observed the “no loud noises” rule very well Cons: - Cabin was a bit tricky to locate - Number key pad did not initially work, and I had to call customer service for them to reset it - The place was a little cramped for 2 adults and a dog, but I suppose that is to be expected - Our specific cabin was literally right next to the only nature path, so the illusion of isolation was constantly disrupted by people and dogs getting pretty close to us (which made my dog very anxious and unhappy) Overall, this was an amazing trip, and I was very happy to disconnect and stay in nature especially to cool down during this unexpected heat wave. I will definitely come again. Also, T-mobile data was consistently up throughout and good for in case of emergency situations.
Place & setting is perfect! Secluded enough, quiet & dark skies. But the tiny house itself is not very inviting, it does not smell fresh or clean, the bed is uncomfortable, the sheets are old & wrinkled, the fire pit disintegrating. I’ve stayed at other small accommodations (Airstreams) but was more comfortable than this. It would have been a nice getaway if I woke up refreshed & not with back aches.
5 Stars!! We stayed here during a quick 3 day ski trip up to Snow Valley. Our stay was perfect. The resort was under 15 minutes away which made the daily commute a breeze. The cabins are very tidy, clean, and charming with giant windows for maximum sunlight and views. Our cabin featured a full kitchen with all the amenities you would need for a few days as well as a campfire with firewood, a lighter, and even fire starter. Super cool spot for an off grid, nature experience with all of the amenities of a home. They thought of everything and did a great job sticking to the theme or getting into nature to relax. We especially liked the cards and card games book. Thank you guys!!