|Minimum Stay||1 - 4 nights|
Teewinot - Two bedroom plus loft, two bathroom cabin with forest views. This cozy cabin features a wood burning fireplace, TV, DVD player, WiFi, Netflix App (own account needed to access), Wii with games, and surround sound. Fitted with all the conveniences of home, Teewinot has a full kitchen with stove/oven, refrigerator, microwave, blender, toaster, coffee maker, dishes, pots/pans, and more. Deck with barbecue.
Master Bedroom - king bed, private bath, patio.
Bedroom - double bed.
Loft - queen bed.
Close to the slopes, zoo, golf, and just a short drive to the lake, shops, restaurants, and more.
Maximum occupancy 6. Parking for 2 vehicles.
Teewinot comes with fresh towels, and beds are made up with fresh linens and plenty of cozy blankets. Our dedicated cleaning crew has the home clean and ready before your visit and does the cleaning after your stay.
No indoor smoking is permitted.
Bear Mountain 1.1 Miles
Snow Summit 3.3 Miles
Lake 3.4 Miles
Oktoberfest 4.4 Miles
Village 4.5 Miles
This was a cute cozy cabin, perfect for my last minute trip to big bear. I loved that there was enough space for my daughter to play in the snow near the cabin so that we didn't have to leave the cabin. My only suggestions on improvement are that I saw a few cobwebs, so maybe better dusting/maintenance. Other than than it was great.
The cabin was very spacious, one issue was that the television screen was completely black when we turned it on. Since there was a rough snow storm on Friday we wanted to use the television but couldn't the whole weekend. The cabin had great insulation and was very warm. The drive way was completely covered in snow up to my stomach and so were the stairs so we couldn't park when we first got there and had to block the street with our car until the snow was removed. It took over an hour to remove the snow with just one shovel. The cabin does state to be careful going down the stairs but with that much snow it was impossible. One of our guest fell down the two flights of stairs. Maybe the owners should get the drive way cleared out from snow the day the guests will be arriving and then from that day on the guests should be in charge of shoveling the snow for the duration of their stay. It was just a horrible experience getting into the cabin.