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!
Cabin in the woods
This was just the little getaway that I needed! My pup enjoyed the snow, I enjoyed the quiet. The cabin is small but efficient. I'm not a small person, so the shower behind the bathroom door was not easily accessible......AT ALL! It seemed like I would likely be parked next to the cabin, so I packed my stuff in such a way that I would not need to bring everything inside at once since the space was so small, but I was not. Overall it was a good experience and I'm glad I went.
Absolutely amazing to stay here. It is secluded enough to feel like a nice vacation in nature, while also being close to town so you can pick up fresh groceries or grab a coffee in town if you'd like. Visiting in April we got a snow storm on 1 night and it stayed cold out so we had a snow day and the following day it melted so we got what felt like a day of spring also . It was pretty windy out all 3 nights so camp fires weren't totally pleasant. Not sure how the weather is during different months.
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.
All hours are quiet hours is a big lie! Seriously, this is a party town. Not the experience we wanted. Children running around invading in and out of our area. Playing balls. Adults playing loud music. They could see us from the window violating our privacy. The staff member dont do anything to solve the issue. We called the staff 6times and not once they came down to talk to them. HORRIBLE HORRIBLE experience. We even left early because of the extreme noise. They offered one free night for our trouble but we want our money back for one day we didnt stay which they ignored our request. Dont expect quiet relaxing trip. This is a children’s playground.