North Shore - Cozy Cabin | Natural Retreats
North Lake Tahoe, US

North Shore - Cozy Cabin

Charming, pet-friendly home near golf course and a leisurely stroll to the lake.

This 3 bedroom plus loft, 2 bath home is in a great location in North Shore Lake Tahoe, at the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and offers unique country charm that will surely be a highlight of your stay. The property is located near Brockway Golf Course, less than a one mile stroll down to the gorgeous lake, and features a large wrap-around deck.

Offering a true cabin at the lake vacation experience, this home is perfect for a large group of friends. The kitchen opens off the living room where you can keep cozy by the fireplace and enjoy spacious vaulted ceilings. The three bedrooms have queen size beds and the loft has a full sized futon.

The home also offers a full kitchen and an open dining area with access to the deck. Wireless internet connection is available for your convenience and this home is pet friendly.

This home is available for Ski Leases as well.
North Shore - Cozy Cabin is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So cozy! We loved this place! Not the most updated but everything is in great shape/clean. Beds were a little saggy not unusable.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great features! I visited this home in June and had a great time. It had everything we needed and was very clean. Great location!
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do Not Stay Here We rented this house for ski week. The location is great — far enough off 267 that you can't hear the highway, but convenient. Just minutes from Kings Beach and a short distance from Truckee. The other houses and condo buildings in the neighborhood seemed nice from the outside. The house is non-smoking, but as soon as we opened the front door, it smelled like smokers had been there. Maybe they didn't smoke in the house, but the scent was prominent. The linens in the second bedroom smelled like smoke and my 3-year-old child's hair smelled like it after sleeping in there. Made me wonder if they'd be washed. Yuck. The decor is very 1970s. The bathrooms are all original. Lots of macrame and latch hook rug wall hangings. Worn-out carpets covered with cheap synthetic runners and area rugs. All the windows are original. The window coverings are either peeling off or a plastic eyesore. There's ancient, bulky sound system equipment taking up real estate in the living room. Boom box on top of the refrigerator. The TV has been updated to a flat screen fortunately. And the kitchen appliances got refreshed somewhere in the last decade or two. The water from the refrigerator filter tasted nasty, though. Better off with tap water. There was no small towel or sponge to wash dishes. I found a bunch of used sponges under the sink, but didn't know if they'd be used by housecleaning with harsh chemicals or what. Sponges harbor so much bacteria and need to be sterilized. Usually rental properties provide you with a brand-new wrapped sponge when you check in. Not here. The beds in the master and third bedroom were painfully uncomfortable. There's a piece of wood between the mattresses in the master for support and some sort of ancient foam topper on the mattress. The mattress sags in the middle, so my husband and I kept sliding into each other the first night. Miserable. The pillows in every bedroom are all flat too and should be replaced. The second night I tried to sleep downstairs so I could hear my kids better (one broke his leg, one is only 3 years old), and it was a nightmare trying to scrunch up on a loveseat (I'm only 5'4"). The other loveseat and couch make too much noise to lay on or even sit to watch a movie. I accidentally sat on two cushions of the craftsman style couch (instead of in the middle of one cushion) and hurt my butt on the wooden frame below. Before we checked in, the property management company notified me the TV service wasn't working. We brought an Apple TV, but the Internet service was too slow to stream video content without major delays. There were notes left behind from the previous occupants that the cleaning service should have thrown away. None of the bed linens (pillows, sheets, etc) matched and were all old. Maybe that doesn't bother other people, but I expected a better presentation. Half the 4-slice toaster doesn't work. The liquid handsoap in the master bath was watered down. No hand soap or soap dish (for bar soap) in the downstairs bathroom. There were no trash bags to be found to replace the liner in the kitchen can. The laundry/utility closet is a giant eye sore in the hallway with no door or curtain over it. There's a roll-down cover I didn't bother messing with. The master had a trash can by the window with a note not to move it because there's a leak from the ceiling/roof/beam and the can catches the water. Seriously...?! Fix that. The family that left the day we arrived had carved out huge snow tunnels next to the walkway into the house. It made it very dangerous to enter and exit the house. The property management company knew about it and warned us in person — instead of fixing it. You have to walk up a slippery hill of snow and flight of stairs to get to the front door. The house is on the second and third level basically. It wasn't a deal breaker until my 85 lb. 7-year-old broke his leg skiing and we had to carry him in and out of the house on the slippery stairs + narrow walkway next to the dugout snow tunnel that dropped a few feet. We did it once, said "never again," packed up, and left early. It was near impossible to safely get him in and out of the house on crutches or carrying him. So disappointed.
Date published: 2017-02-27
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