Pinecrest Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 4 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 3 Baths, (Sleeps 10)
This cozy cabin is located in a gated community on Highway 108, between Twain Harte and Pinecrest Lake. Situated in the Stanislaus National Forest, this home enjoys beautiful views of the private fishing/swimming lake and the pine mountains from three large decks. At an elevation of 5000 feet, you'll enjoy crisp mountain air, a continuous breeze, and beautiful winter snow during your stay here.
The cabin has two floors with sleeping accommodations for six adults and four children. It features a fully-equipped kitchen. There are two TVs with 130 satellite channels. There are two bedrooms and two baths on the main floor, and two bedrooms and one bath on the lower floor.
This cabin is very comfortable for two families. Enjoy the huge knotty pine game room with a ping-pong table and mini-pool table! Activities in this area are endless. Walk out the door and stroll two minutes to the private lake, playground, baseball and basketball court.
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
Thank you very much for renting your cabin to us - we had an amazing time!!!! Your location was awesome and the little lake on the property was an endless source of enjoyment for the kids with all of the pollywogs, frogs and rope swing. We took our canoes to Pinecrest a couple of days but it was definitely more crowded & crazy so your lake was a welcome change.
We didn't use the downstairs bedrooms, but I noticed upon arrival that the fish picture next to the kid's bunk beds was on the floor behind the little nightstand. I found the nail that was used to hang the picture but it looked like the nail was not able to support the weight of the frame & glass. Nothing was broken so I left the picture & nail on the nightstand instead of trying to rehang it and risking it falling again.
I will get the keys in the mail to you either today or tomorrow. We had a funny moment last Friday when returned from an outing to your cabin and I recognized a co-worker literally across the street at the log cabin that you see looking out the kitchen window. The cabin belongs to his wife's aunt and we laughed at running into each other in what seems to be a secret spot!
Thanks again and we look forward to visiting again!