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Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins

25994 CA-Hwy 189 Lake Arrowhead communities 92352, Twin Peaks, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92391-0940
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Inspired by extraordinary landscape, Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins offers a natural escape from the busy cities of Southern California. We are only 2 hours (at most) away from LA, San Diego, Orange County, and Palm Springs. Experience the peaceful serenity of mountain streams while lounging outside a rustic cabin or by our swimming pool. We have cabins of all sizes, from studios to 7 bedrooms. Great for family, church or business retreats/getaways.We are pet friendly, so you can bring the whole family!
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English, Croatian, German, Italian
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Carolyn A McC wrote a review Jan 2021
Burbank, California59 contributions26 helpful votes
We've stayed in the Indian Outpost twice now and I've visited about 7 times over the past 15 years. First time at Indian Outpost it was so snowy that it was all the way upto the deck! Second time we could actually see the outside of the cabin and get a feel for what it really looked like! Love that they stock the kitchen with most of the essentials to cook - bring your own spices, paper towels (they are eco friendly) extra dish towels, Towels for rags to wipe your feet if you get wet!, odd kitchen utensils you might need if you are making a specific meal! They stock the standard items but not the above and beyond items you may need. Love the pitcher of water with fresh mountain spring water one of my favorite things to drink the fresh water!!!! Indian Outpost has a fireplace that's lovely to keep the living room warm, the heater works like you wouldn't believe and heats the first bedroom very very well! If you don't like to be warm take the second bedroom and you have a chance to use the small heater and have a TV! Love that the bathroom has the sink outside with the toilet and shower in a seperate spot and you have a door to the outside back patio. It's clean and the wifi works like a charm and so does the streaming on TV - you aren't without the comforts of home but you are surrounded by trees, fresh air and relaxation!!! I can't wait to return and hopefully book for my birthday one year! I'm a new years baby and they are usually booked and have a 5 night min which is challenging for me to get off at that time of year!!! BUT you also never know if it's going to be snowy in Jan or Feb because of the odd weather changes!!! LOVE this place and highly recomend it to anyone who wants to stay in the area - I prefer it over Big Bear because it's secluded! OH and the Antler's Inn restaurant - A+ such great food and so close that you can walk up to grab a bite or take it to your cabin!!!
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Date of stay: January 2021
KimS wrote a review Jan 2021
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We could not have found a more perfect place to rent! The cabin was perfect and had everything we needed. Outside of our cabin was a perfect deck with a barbecue and a Beautiful stream. There was also a little swing set next to our cabin. We lucked out because it had just snowed so it was a winter wonderland. My friend has also stayed there during the summer and said the hiking is amazing and both the lake are very close by. Thank you so much for a perfect getaway!
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
lwethrn wrote a review Jan 2021
Burbank, California24 contributions22 helpful votes
My husband and I and are two furry children went up the second weekend in December. This place is so cute, almost like being in a storybook! When we arrived to our Wild Bill cabin we were pleasantly surprised that the cabin was fully decorated for Christmas with cowboy themed ornaments! The place was so cozy and clean. It has a nice porch in the back with a babbling creek running beside it, and is equipped with a gas barbecue. Our dogs loved it! It was priced reasonably and is close to Arrowhead Village. We had a wonderful time and would go back again. I highly recommend for family and dog lovers!
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Joy wrote a review Dec 2020
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My wife and I booked the Fisherman's Hideaway for a week over Christmas and had a wonderful time. The staff were attentive and thoughtful of our every need. We were pleasantly surprised that, as we entered the cabin, there was a fully decorated and lit Christmas tree along with a courtesy gift basket anticipating our stay in the mountains. We can't say enough about how the staff helped to make our stay a very memorable and relaxing experience. I have already raved to friends and co-workers about our getaway. We will definitely return.
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Date of stay: December 2020
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Room Tip: Fisherman's Hideaway is secluded with plenty of privacy.
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Brett C wrote a review Nov 2020
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First and foremost, the hospitality and service by all the staff is exceptional. I had numerous questions throughout our stay and an issue with the TV that were all addressed quickly and with the utmost professionalism and courtesy. The staff has good customer service as a high priority and that was appreciated. We stayed in The Little House on The Pond cabin and my complaints are that the fireplace flue damper could not be closed. The lever was missing and it appeared to have been welded so it could not be closed. With the snow storms and winds over the whole weekend this made for an extremely cold cabin and also a very ashy cabin as the wind came down the flue and blew the ash everywhere when there was no fire. Keep in mind it was like 30 degrees outside so with no fire the wall heater set at 78 degrees maintained 68-70 degrees which is not enough to warm up the whole cabin. With a fire it would get up to 73-74 degrees. The kitchen and bathroom especially was always freezing cold. When I mentioned this at checkout, I was told that there have been issues with guests not opening the flue before starting a fire which caused smoke in the cabin. I now say post a sign about the flue as there were signs for practically everything else. An open flue kept it too cold even for the heater. Also, I was under the impression that small shampoo and conditioner bottles would be provided like in a hotel but there were none. Little bars of soap were provided though. I read another review complaining about the beds. I am 6-1 and my feet did hang over the one bed but only because I was worried my head would hit the ceiling if I sat up in the middle of the night. I should have slept in the other room without that concern but my son wanted that room. The second night I slept diagonal across the bed and was fine. I thought the beds themselves were comfortable. I can't help but also mention that the cloth chairs and couch were stained and could use some serious deep cleaning. I hated to think of what we were sitting on and touching so I tried not to. It was about a 10 minute walk (in the snow) to the general store and The Grill at Antlers Inn. Everyone was very nice and the food was delicious at the Grill. The prices are higher than normal but not too outrageous. A California Gourmet Burger at The Grill was $15 and came with garlic fries. At the store a bundle of wood was $7, a single Duraflame log was $7, and a can of Spaghettios was $3. Overall, it was cold and ashy (when there was no fire) but a very cozy, enjoyable, and relaxing weekend and I would stay again but probably in a different cabin if it's expected to be cold or snowing. I booked this trip months ago not expecting snow but it was awesome! The downside to the snow was that we were not able to do any hiking or explore the surroundings like we had wanted. Lastly, I was so appreciative of the Bobcat tractor clearing the snow in the driveway so we could get out with ease. Thank you!
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Date of stay: November 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins
Which popular attractions are close to Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
Nearby attractions include San Bernardino National Forest (3.5 miles), Lake Arrowhead Village (2.9 miles), and SkyPark at Santa's Village (3.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Grill at Antler's Inn, Loueddie's Pizza, and Belgian Waffle Works.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.08 miles away from the center of Twin Peaks.
Are pets allowed at Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a banquet room and conference facilities during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Italian, and Croatian.