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Do yourself a favor. Don't stay at the Saddleback Inn. The rooms are pretty run down and restaurant is absolutely horrendous. Don't be allured by the offer for a free breakfast. It is a poor excuse for a breakfast....poorly presented, poorly prepared and inadequate. We...More
My husband and I stayed there for our anniversary for 3 days and didn't want to leave! Staff was friendly, rooms were very clean and adorable. Bed was very comfortable, jacuzzi was huge, and the whole room was very nicely decorated. The scenery was gorgeous,...More
Came to Saddleback Inn with my family and we got 2 rooms. I must say that for the price, the rooms were wonderful. They were nice, cozy, and at walking distance from Lake Arrowhead Village. There's a 7 11 located right in front of the...More
Stayed in Cornhuskers Cabin 23. It was more like a small hotel room with free standing walls than a cabin. We stayed here because it was pet friendly, and we had our little dog with us.
The good: Cabin was cute, clean, and relatively updated....More
we stayed in a cottage with the living room (with pull out sofa) and the bathroom downstairs, and the bedroom upstairs (and a small bathroom with WC and sink). It is a real mountain style fairy tale cottage hidden among the tall pine trees. Your...More
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According the Lake Arrowhead website: "Please be aware that Lake Arrowhead is a private lake. Therefore, it's use is restricted to homeowners in a tract of land roughly 1 mile around the perimeter of the lake, known as... More
According the Lake Arrowhead website: "Please be aware that Lake Arrowhead is a private lake. Therefore, it's use is restricted to homeowners in a tract of land roughly 1 mile around the perimeter of the lake, known as "Arrowhead Woods". However, many lake-related activities are available to the general public. Visitors to the area can access Lake Arrowhead by boat on The Arrowhead Queen Lake Tour, by water ski through the McKenzie Water Ski School, or on foot by strolling at Lake Arrowhead Village."
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"Definitely get a cabin farther back as it's right on a busy street."