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Many nice features here. The bed was very comfy with I don't know how many pillows and a cuddly bear companion. There was a TV although we didn't use it and a fridge which we did. The toiletries were very nice and breakfast might have...More
We have visited Tahoma Meadows B&B multiple times over the last few years. Most recently I was there in the week leading up to Thanksgiving. I almost don’t want to write such a phenomenal review because this place is such a gem. Duck and Uli...More
Away from the crowd....and restaurants and shops for necessities.
Welcoming, clean & renovated cabin interior.
However, uncomfortable bed, hot polyester sheets (100% cotton please!) and too far from anywhere to eat and drink.
Winter season may be better with more places open.
A car is...More
It is almost with some hesitancy that I write this review, because THIS IS THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN TAHOE. I have stayed in three different rooms with my wife and have enjoyed all three. The breakfast in the morning is amazing and having a...More
Our family had an amazing visit this late summer/fall. We stayed in the 3 bedroom Pine Street House. The house was cozy and perfect for a weekend of fun. It was private and provided lots of space for our family. We enjoyed the fire pit,...More
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The Treehouse has sleeping sofa in living room, queen bed upstairs and a separate room with two twin beds. The kitchen, living room and outside patio and picnic area could be used for visiting. There are about 8 stairs to... More
The Treehouse has sleeping sofa in living room, queen bed upstairs and a separate room with two twin beds. The kitchen, living room and outside patio and picnic area could be used for visiting. There are about 8 stairs to walk up to patio.
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"Duplex cabins. There may be accessible rooms, but I didn't notice. Breakfast/happy hour room was..."