|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Lots of windows and light. On 1/3 acre, but surrounded by trees with a greenbelt in back. Wrap-around deck.
Cathedral ceiling, post and beam construction. Tastefully decorated. A cozy, warm place.
Large master upstairs with balcony overlooking living room. Large downstairs bedroom and smaller bedroom with two single beds. Full bath downstairs.
Near five golf courses, two are PGA caliber. One is walking distance, as is downtown Graeagle, a nice little village with lots of character.
Wonderful hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities.
2-day minimum, please. Available for long-term rental (excluding currently booked dates).
Keywords: hiking, fishing, Graeagle, chalet
We're a happy a little family that likes to hike and swim in mountain lakes.
Tom Palmer purchased this chalet in 2002
We looked at a lot of places in Graeagle. Many were surrounded by trees, which is great, but never got enough sun and seemed dank. Our place gets plenty of light (even among many trees) because of the way it's situated. With an exposed, post & beam structure & cathedral ceiling, it's our just idea of a mountain getaway!
One of the best values in Graeagle.
We really did have a fantastic time....and the Chalet was a perfect get-a-way place for our group of 5. The Chalet is really well appointed, neat, clean and has extra blankets, dishes, and all things you need. The kitchen is very nice and worked great for our meals and cooking... The outdoor deck, BBQ and upstairs are almost bonuses and served us perfectly. The access point from the parking in the driveway was super easy, and the neighbors who were there seemed nice and no issues.
The only issue was garbage collection and where to put it...since no access to the garage. The dishwasher door also is very loose.
All in all......a top spot and and we hope secure the Chalet for a rental at the same time next year....for 4-5 days, not 3!
Now on the area:
The entire area has several real good maps available of the Lakes Basin area. The area of Graeagle is the backside of the Buttes...and has amazing lakes, trails, lodges, rides, golfing, fishing etc. Johnsville is also a tiny almost Ghost town with a State Park, Mine, museum and has the first Sierra ski area with most of it viewable...at the end of the road, near Graeagle- about 10 miles away.
The area offers very good golf courses, hiking, fishing and mountain biking too. Several high mountain lodges make the visits there a great experience. You can buy an actual trail map in town and costs $15, most of which goes to SBTG....Sierra Buttes Trail Group who maintain the high mountain trails. The crowds are minimal and golf fee's reasonable and the mountain air and blue skies alone, make the trip worthwhile.
All the best, Chet
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|cleaning fee, 7+ nights||$99|
|cleaning fee, 2-6 nights||$89|
|Notes||Payment is by check. We take a credit card # as a security deposit and run it for $1 to confirm the card.|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.