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The City of Big Bear is a breathtakingly gorgeous Eden nestled in the mountains and the Eagle's Nest is the perfect place to experience it from. A well made, clean, warmly run establishment. The food was amazing, the beds are cozy, each room has a...More
Mark and Vicki provide incredible hospitality. They really care and have included so many nice touches. Here are some of the little extras we liked. Small refrigerator stocked with water, soda for guests. Also snacks as well. Really nice after you've been active outside and...More
Having been fortunate to visit the Eagle's Nest on two prior occasions, I can attest to Mark & Vickie's hard work at continually upgrading the lodge and keeping it fresh. Each room is unique, making it hard to choose a favorite. The furnishings are remarkable....More
Thank you to Mark and Vikki, the wonderful owners who made our stay memorable.
My Boyfriend and I visited this B & B just after the Chris Dorner crisis on Big Bear Mountain; it was Valentines Day weekend. He had been taken care of at...More
Wonderful get away. Only stayed one night and really wished I could stay longer. I booked this place because it appeared to be locally owned and operated and it was a great price. The room we stayed in was cozy, breakfast was delicious, and the...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."