South Lake Tahoe Cabins

Written by Kathleen Gagne
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Cabin rentals at Lake Tahoe are a popular option because mountains, lakes, and cabins just seem to go together. One reason is that cabins, with their natural wood design and coloring, seem to fit into the landscape. While cabins are often viewed as rustic (and possibly uncomfortable), today's resort area rental cabins are far removed from their humble forebears.

From Simple to Luxurious

There are literally hundreds of cabins available for rental in and around Lake Tahoe and the nearby area. While some are fairly rustic and let those who crave simplicity a chance to get away from modern amenities, most are, in fact, well equipped with full modern kitchens, cable television with DVD players, pool tables, and hot tubs. Often the best features of most Tahoe rental cabins are the views from every window.

The area is a winter sports enthusiast's heaven with over 350 inches of snowfall each year and thousands of acres of ski areas. Imagine sitting in front of a cozy fireplace overlooking a ski run or a mountain view while, from the other side of the cabin, a view of the sun reflecting on Lake Tahoe takes your breath away. Cabins range from one-bedroom to those that can accommodate 20 or more visitors. Couples, families, and groups can all find the right cabin at a great rate.

Searching for rental cabins online is a fast and easy way to find a cabin that suits vacationers' needs, tastes, and pocketbooks. Many management company websites offer exciting virtual tours of the properties they serve, and available dates are often displayed in calendar form with the rates for open dates printed on the calendar itself. Reservation instructions are also included. Vacationers should inquire about rules and regulations for renters, whether pets are allowed, total cost, and how to reserve their cabin of choice.


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