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Merry Beary is a three bedroom, two bathroom upgraded log cabin with an open floor plan. This meticulously maintained cabin has a river rock wood burning fireplace, pool table, large TVs, DVD players, WiFi, washer/dryer, and a full kitchen with granite countertops, stove/oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, blender, toaster, coffee maker, dishes, pots/pans, and more. Also includes granite countertops in both bathrooms, and central heating. In a prestigious neighborhood, centrally located, in the Fox Farm/Moonridge area on a nice wooded lot. Large front deck with forest views and patio furniture. There is also a nice open back deck with a gas barbecue and ski slope views.
Master Suite - king bed, TV, DVD player, private bath, deck.
Bedroom two - queen bed.
Bedroom three has two twin beds.
Maximum occupancy 6. Parking for 3 vehicles. (PLEASE BE AWARE THERE IS A STEEP DRIVEWAY. 4X4 MAY BE NECESSARY DURING WINTER MONTHS).
Merry Beary comes with fresh towels, and beds are made up with fresh linens and plenty of cozy blankets. Our dedicated cleaning crew has the cabin clean and ready before your visit and does the cleaning after your stay.
No indoor smoking is permitted.
Oktoberfest 1.3 Miles
Lake 1.7 Miles
Bear Mountain 1.9 Miles
Snow Summit 2.2 Miles
Village 3.3 Miles
Great place. Pool table was fantastic. Driveway a bit steep and they should put a wood fence in the back so we don't see the back house dining room.
We brought our three children up for the weekend. Our youngest is 1 year-old so it was important to find a place that was a single story. This house is very kid friendly.
The three bedrooms are good sized and it's in a nice quiet neighborhood. The home is very "cabiny" with the pine t&g everywhere. The pool table was fun for my older children. Overall it was a great value.
A couple items of note, the driveway is very steep so that could be a tad treacherous in the winter. Secondly, it is in Moonridge (bordering Big Bear City) so if you're looking to be close to the village you might look elsewhere. Personally, I didn't find that to be a problem though.
I'm pleased with the price and the experience.