2 bedroom, 2 bath with mountain views close to Bass Lake, Yosemite and trails
James Frazer and Amie Mazzoni Frazer
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Perfect Bass Lake area cabin
We very much enjoyed our stay. The cabin was clean, well appointed and in a great central location to explore Bass Lake and the Yosemite area. The owners were great and the stay was a 10/10.
Bass Lake Beauty
This is a truly a sweet, comfy, clean, well-appointed chalet.
Bass Lake Heights Perfection
We have family that live on Pine Drive so the location of this house was perfect for us to visit. The check in process was a breeze and our six year old loved the spiral staircase. All around it was a perfect house and location for meeting all our needs!
Great place, well equipped for a relaxing stay
The furniture looks quite recent and clean, there is plenty of room for 6 people to spend a good evening. The neighborhood has plenty of vegetation, and is fine for taking walks; but I wish it had been just a bit closer to Bass Lake.
Thank you for staying with us Olivier! Just to clarify for future guests - Bass Lake Heights is up on the ridge above Bass Lake allowing for beautiful mountain views. It is a 1 mile drive or 3/4 mile hike down a trail to the lake. During the busy summer months, Bass Lake Heights provides a peaceful escape from the bustle of lake activities. Thank you for the nice review, we are glad that you enjoyed your stay!
Kind owners and a extremely clean cabin.
My family loved this cabin and will return.
The home is located 1 mile from Bass Lake which offers a variety of watersport rentals during the summer as well as hiking and mountain bike trails. The neighborhood borders National Forest land, so trails are accessible from the home. Bass Lake is also a popular road bike, running and triathlon destination. The town of Bass Lake offers a variety of amenities including restaurants, a bar, small grocery store and gas station.
The home is located 6 miles from the town of Oakhurst, which is a much larger town. It has a cinema, live theatre, two grocery stores, antique shops, bike rentals, gas, laundromat, numerous restaurants, etc.
From the home, it is a short drive to lots of backcountry trails in Forest, National Park and Wilderness areas. Trails through Giant Sequoias of Nelder Grove are a short drive away. It is 18 miles from the south entrance to Yosemite National Park which is home to Yosemite Ski Area (previously Badger Pass). Yosemite Ski area offers 5 lifts for ski and snowboarding. There are also miles of cross country ski and snowshoe trails are accessible from Badger during the winter as well as downhill and cross country ski and snowshoe rental.
There are sled rides and horseback riding at Yosemite Sleigh and Trail rides out of Fish Camp also. The old Sugar Pine Railroad is also very interesting.