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Innkeepers/owners Mark and Vicky live on the property and work very hard to make sure their guests have a comfortable stay. We booked last minute for the July 4th holiday weekend, so I was surprised at the affordable rate ($100/night for a three-day stay). (Some...More
When we left after our first stay last year, we were already looking forward to coming back; this was our second stay at this wonderful B&B.
Mark & Vicky have a long history of being in the hospitality industry and they know how to make...More
My wife and I just returned from Big Bear Lake where we celebrated our 25th Anniversary by staying at the Eagle's Nest B&B. We stayed in the Mountain Spring cottage suite which came with a very comfortable bed, 6ft jacuzzi tub and fireplace. Both Mark...More
We came for two days skiing mid week and felt very welcomed and well taken care of at this delightful B & B. We stayed in one of the rooms in the main house and felt as though we had the whole house to ourselves....More
This was beyond what i expected the room i stayed in was unbelievable gorgeous its a perfect room for any special occasion to share with your bf/gf my bf and i stayed in the "whispering pines" and it was beautiful super clean very well taken...More
Response from Kirk-Janise D | Reviewed this property |
I am not the owner. Met the owners they are really nice. Yes, they have cottage suites they are separate from where we stayed in the lodge. We stayed in the B&B guest rooms they are only for two people.
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"I prefer the rooms versus the cabins, it is a more "home-like" experience."