Carnelian Bay Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 4 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 3.5 Baths, (Sleeps 8-12)
Old Tahoe charm in three stylish separate units––Lakeside, Lookout and Roadhouse. Our lakefront compound gives privacy for families or groups of friends, and everyone comes together for a Lakeside meal, drinks on the deck, or games by fireside.
Plowed, level driveway to a 2-car garage gives easy winter access from the main road around the lake; large sloping lot insures quiet in the units.
See our website for additional details (click link below), or for off-season inquiries for rental of just one or two of the three cabins.
Keywords: Lakefront cabin compound beach boating
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
Thanks for the helpful review Diana! We have since had a new underground TV cable installed, which took care of the reception problem, and added a new DVD player and HD cable upgrade. We also improved on storage options for the living areas, and arranged the dining room to more easily accommodate a bigger group (we seated 12 comfortably at the table for Thanksgiving!), and for better views of the lake. We look forward to seeing you up here again soon!
Check our facebook page for some recent photos:http://www.facebook.com/abbecabin
We are four sisters who love family time at the cabin. Our own children have grown up here, and the next generation is now loving it!
Our great-grandparents camped near Tahoe City in the early 1900s. Our grandparents continued the tradition, camping at Bliss State Park each summer. Our parents purchased this lakeside retreat in 1974, continuing a happy tradition of summer on the shores of Lake Tahoe.
Comfortable, charming and convenient, with beautiful views of crystal-blue water and snow-kissed mountains. The private rocky beach and lake shore provide a welcome retreat from civilization. A lakeside public path, which meanders north along the shore, delivers you to Carnelian Bay and its 3 restaurants, store, post office, public beaches and pier — the site of the annual Wooden Boat Show in August.