Trip Advisor, the largest online travel site, released their list of the top 10 ski rental home destinations. These are the hottest destinations that offer great vacation rentals homes.
Rentals home provide a smart accommodation choice for families and groups. People staying longer than a few days also find vacation homes to be convenient. Trip Advisor calculates out the difference in savings; “groups of four or more can potentially save thousands of dollars by staying in a vacation rental as opposed to a hotel in these top ski destinations.”
TripAdvisor ranked Big Bear Lake CA number 4! We beat out Park City Utah, Taos New Mexico, Killington Vermont, Vail and Winter Park Colorado, and Jackson Hole Wyoming.
Big Bear Lake is a resort community at the top of the San Bernardino National Forest. “Visitors have access to a wealth of winter fun options including skiing, snowboarding, horseback riding, downhill inner tubing and snowshoeing, ensuring that there won’t be a dull moment whether they’re out on the slopes or enjoying time together at their cabin.”
Big Bear Lake is known for its Cabins. These vacation rentals come with all of the standard amenities including full kitchens, multiple bedrooms and cozy fireplaces.
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