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Our Pet Friendly Vacation Homes in Big Bear Offer Convenient Amenities and More
When you choose to stay in pet friendly vacation homes in Big Bear through Big Bear Cabins, you’re choosing to stay close to all of Big Bear’s best attractions while enjoying the cozy comfort of a charmingly rustic home away from home.
These roomy and spacious homes feature touches like knotty pine accents, kitchens and appliances for your every need, plush furnishings, and classic fireplaces that are ideal for cuddling up next to your pup after a long day of running, hiking, exploring, biking and everything else that comes naturally to lovers of animals and nature who decide to visit Big Bear.
Cute cottages with single bedrooms, fenced-in yards, and hot tubs on the decks feature parquet wood floors that are easily cleaned and can’t be damaged by the clickety clacking of puppy nails, plus large beds that fit two people and a dog that likes to cuddle. Comfortable family homes with pool tables, shiplap walls, and barbecue grills are perfect for grilling up a steak or the catch of the day.
Grand homes constructed of wood and stone contain 5 bedrooms, a 3-car garage, and a country kitchen with room enough for multiple humans who won’t have to worry about stepping on Rex’s tail. The professional refrigerator offers plenty of space for human and dog food and bottled water for pampered pooches; you don’t have to sacrifice quality when you rent a Big Bear Cabins pet friendly home! These are just a few examples of what you can expect from a pet-friendly Big Bear Cabins rental home; Fido, Rex, and all their human friends will be so happy!
The pet friendly vacation homes in Big Bear that are available through Big Bear Cabins also ensure that you and your guests (including Fido) have ample space and privacy for day-to-day living and relaxation during your trip. Best of all, these homes showcase details that would be hard to find anywhere else, including exquisite hiking trails and impeccable views of Big Bear Lake, the forests surrounding Big Bear, and the mountains that grace the skyline of this gorgeous alpine town.
Don’t Leave the Fur Babies at Home
Californians have a special relationship with their dogs, and Big Bear is no exception. Most outdoor experiences can be shared with your pets, and many restaurants offer pet friendly patios to allow you to enjoy a meal out without feeling guilty about leaving your precious pets at home. Big Bear Lake beaches are all pet friendly—just remember to clean up after your pet so everyone can enjoy their day frolicking at the lake. Whether swimming in the water, hiking along the trails, or simply picnicking at water’s edge, your pooch will love you even more after a week spent in scenic Big Bear.
Dinners at Paoli’s Italian Restaurants offer up delicious servings of classic Italian meals and smiling wait staff who welcome Fido on the patio and look the other way when you slip him a bread stick or ravioli or two. Huge portions allow you to take home leftovers to share Lady & the Tramp style later that night. Is there any better way to eat spaghetti?
Oliver’s Emporium is an upscale pet supply store located at 634 Pine Knot Avenue which offers pet clothing, pet toys, and organic pet foods; healthy pets are happy pets, and good quality food keeps them healthier longer! Bring Fido with you to help pick out a special treat and allow him to socialize with the cute dachshund that has the run of the store!
Let the Vacation Experts at Big Bear Cabins Help You Plan the Vacation of a Lifetime!
Contact our reservations team to learn more about our pet-friendly rental homes in Big Bear and the other fantastic vacation rental properties that we have to offer when you reserve your Big Bear vacation home through Big Bear Cabins today! If you’re looking for a 1 bedroom cabin near Big Bear Lake, click here!
Are Big Bear Cabins Safe During Covid-19?
We do everything in our power to make our pet friendly vacation homes in Big Bear safe as possible for our dear guests since the Covid-19 breakout and we’re actively fighting to minimize the Coronavirus transmission to none by sanitizing the properties and leaving them vacant for the recommended period of time.