Kirkwood Lodge Rental Photos and Description
Lodge, 7 Bedrooms + Loft, 6.5 Baths, (Sleeps 16-20)
OPEN HOUSE- JUNE 13-14, 2015 (10am-3pm)
SUMMER or WINTER
Everywhere you look will wow you.
WEDDINGs are special at the HideOut, see links below for Weekend and Weekday wedding packages.
Wedding season runs from mid June to mid October
No vacation reservations taken during that time period.
KIRKWOOD SKIERS--- Make your weekends special, make it an adventure everyone in your party will remember.Just minutes from Kirkwood Ski Resort.
From the Award Winning Lodge and Saloon to all the beauty nature has to offer. This $4 million Lodge/home, called the HideOut, is the most private rental in the Sierras.
With its own private lake and surrounded by thousands of acres of National Forest, you will think you rented your own Private Park. Perfect for family vacations, reunions, and special events.
Open year around, you won't be able to decide which of the four seasons is the best.
Just driving up to the property will make you stop and take your breath away. The 5,000 sq ft. Lodge/home has 5 bedroom suites with two kitchens and decks that sit right on the water.
The Saloon is the entertainment center with its old west bar/saloon on the main floor. Upstairs are two more bedrooms.
Located close to both the old western towns of the MotherLode and Lake Tahoe.
WINTER is special at the HideOut. Snowmobilers will find everything they can ride/climb and some hills they can't. The Hot Tub is not available during winter- sorry, just too cold.
Winter access by snocat is provided as part of the rental. Fun,fun,fun!!
Keywords: Vacation Lodge / Wedding Site
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- non smoking only
- pets considered
Why The Owner chose Kirkwood
Our family built this small vacation resort with our own hands. The logs for the Lodge came right from the property and were hand peeled by our two sons.
What makes this lodge unique
The uniqueness of this property is that it's so private, so beautiful, and yet so close to all the great things the High Sierras has to offer. Everyone is always amazed that this place is even here, but more amazed that it is open to the public to use.