|Space||1,577 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
Lake Tahoe offers something for everyone - The West Shore is Lake Tahoe’s very own Black Forest and boasts a mossy, deep-woods aesthetic. Here you will find your Vacation Home, equipped with everything to make your stay as pleasant and comfortable as you had imagined. Our Bright and roomy Townhome has many features that will help you to appreciate the frost of the winter; Front door covered parking, warm cozy beds with an individual thermostats in each room, a master suite on a private level to find solitude when need be, enjoy your morning coffee on the deck facing the Lake taking in the winter fragrance of the Sugarpines, the fireplace will take the winter chill off after a day on the slopes or after your walk to the private beach taking in the majestic views that you will only find here. The choices is yours, a quite dinner at home, finding the rest you will need for the many activities awaiting you or an evening out to enjoy the hustle and bustle of the many nearby Restaurants and Pubs.
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Homewood Mountain Resort, “Tahoe’s most beautiful Resort”, is just 2 miles from your front doorstep.
Reno/Tahoe International Airport is 58 miles or 1 hour and 18 minutes to your destination.
Lake Tahoe Visitor Center hosts abounding brochures and local information; 100 North Lake Boulevard in Tahoe City, next to Fanny Bridge (Don’t forget to bring some bread crumbs to feed the fish).
Here a just a few “can’t live without” amenities that are within walking distance or just across the street from your Vacation Home: Westside Pizza After you earn your turns, stop in for a cold one (8 beers on tap) and check out our great menu! We have TVs, pool and foosball tables and a friendly staff... fun! PDQ Marketplace has the best deli, bread is cooked daily, a great selection of “adult beverages”, fresh produce, movie rental, if you don’t have it they will. TART Bus Services The Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) system operates on State Routes 28 and 89 along the northern and western shores of Lake Tahoe, from Incline Village, Nevada on the northeast to Sugar Pine Point State Park in El Dorado County on the southwest, and to Truckee via State Route and operates from 6:10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., seven days a week. Service is generally provided on hourly headways with a base fare of $1.75.
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My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay