If you're looking to connect with nature, why not enjoy it all from a luxurious cabin in the woods? The forest Airbnb in California comes with a gorgeous indoor pool and a hot tub in the pines. Who doesn't want to stargaze from their jacuzzi?
This South Lake Tahoe home also comes with five bedrooms and five bathrooms, a game room with a wet bar, a pool table, and multiple 50" flat-screen TVs for movie nights.
It's only a five-minute drive to the closest beach and Ski Run Marina for shopping and dining.
Whether you're looking to have a friend's weekend getaway or throw a celebration, this spacious house could be the perfect fit.
It's $509 a night for up to 14 guests. If you split the cost, that's only $36.36 per person.
Did we mention it's three stories tall?
On the first floor, you'll find the game room where you can challenge your friends to play pool. There's also a wet bar where you can mix cocktails, a fireplace to cozy up on colder nights, and TV for chill sessions.
If you're looking for ways to spend the morning, why not take a dip in the indoor pool?
It's not every day you can go swimming in what's basically your living room.
Around the corner, the kitchen is the perfect place to satisfy your morning, noon, and night cravings. It comes with all the tools you need to cook and eat - all you need to bring is food.
At the second level, you'll find the decked out master bedroom with a 50" wall-mounted TV, a fireplace, and walk-in closet.
All of the other bedrooms on the ground and the third floor come with a 50" flatscreen as well.
At the end of the day, the outdoor hot tub in the pines is calling. You can soothe and soak away your cares under a sky full of stars.
Is this place dreamy or what?
Luxury Forest Cabin
Price: $509 a night for up to 14 guests; that's only $36.36 per person.
Location: South Lake Tahoe, CA (exact location provided after booking)
Why You Should Go: You and your friends can rent out a luxurious cabin Airbnb with an indoor pool and hot tub.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.
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