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Spent two weeknights for incredibly cheap price! Such a great value including the delicious breakfast and well-kept property. Room was immaculate and extra comfortable, we stayed in the Rio Bravo and I recommend it. Location was perfect for the typical Big Bear activities and restaurants....More
We chose this place because it was #2 on the Tripadvisor list for Big Bear and also cause they had a great special! The room we hoped to stay in the whole time was Whispering Pines cause it had a nice large jacuzzi by the...More
Our first time to Big Bear Lake, and we stayed in the very right place. The Eagles Nest B&B is centrally located, making it easy to get to all activities. Our room was clean, always important. Our hosts made us feel comfortable, offering extras that...More
My wife and I stayed in the Whispering Pines cottage at the Eagles nest b&b in Big Bear Ca last weekend and we absolutely loved it. So close to Snow Summit and near some of the cities best restaurants. I would highly recommend staying in...More
My family and I recently spent another wonderful weekend at Eagles Nest. We have spent many weekend here and have a great time everytime. We stay in the Sierra Madre room which accomidates our family nicely and it is a pet friendly room, so our...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."