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Map pinTwin Peaks · California
5.0 · 
Cabin 2 - The Perch at Twin Peaks
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Cabin 2 - The Perch at Twin Peaks

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Cabin 2 has a large beautiful living room with a dining area, two bedrooms, a small kitchen and full bathroom. The larger bedroom has a King bed and the small bedroom has bunkbeds (2 twin beds). The kitchen has all the basics. One bedroom has a king size bed and the other has bunk beds. There's a large living room and dining area and a small kitchen that has everything you need. The space and simplicity make it special. It's unusual to find a large, flat open space up here in the mountains. The Perch offers you that space as well as a private forested area. Together they give you the feeling that you're off in some remote place but actually, it's only 1.5 hours from LA, and just minutes to grocery stores and restaurants. You'll pull up right in front of your cabin. There's a back door that faces the barn and you're free to roam around the entire property. The cabin is rustic yet stylish. Here, you'll experience birds singing in the morning and the owls hooting by night. Maybe you'll hear coyotes and see a family of deer. You may spot other wildlife as well. Nearby, there are wonderful hiking & off-road trails ranging from easy to difficult and we're just 10 min from one of the best paragliding sites in the world. The Perch is one of the only spots where friends and family can share the barn and grounds but also have the privacy of their own cabin. The morning of your arrival, you'll be given a unique code to your cabin along with directions and internet info. Just drive right up to the cabin and let yourself in. You're welcome to roam the property behind you, including the barn, where you'll find games and BBQs and fireplaces. It's self check-in so no interaction is necessary. But our property manager is just minutes away and will help you with anything you need. You'll get her contact info before your arrival. Twin Peaks is an unincorporated community in San Bernardino County, with a population of just under 2000. It's 2.5 miles (as the crow flies) from Lake Arrowhead which is a private lake. Lake Gregory, in Crestline, is a public lake, and also within 10 minutes away. The Perch is quite near a popular hiking trail to Strawberry Peak, where there's a fantastic view of the county below. Twin Peaks was originally called Strawberry Flat because when it was founded in the 1860's, there were many strawberry farms. Wikipedia says we have a 'warm summer, Mediterranean climate". Twin Peaks is about 10 minutes from Arrownhead and Crestline, 45 minutes to Big Bear, and 11 minutes to Sky Park at Santa's Village. We are near lots of hiking trails, parasailing, great views, restaurants and grocery stores. Other shopping could be found at Crestline and Arrowhead Village. In warm months, there's a farmer's market on Thursdays in Twin Peaks. There are various winter sports in the area and in the summer there's lake activities at Lake Gregory in Crestline. The Perch is located in a residential zone, with Highway 189 on one end and public woods on the other. One the other sides of the property are quiet roads with some private homes. Although we're surrounded by trees and it's somewhat secluded, our property is a designated as a single family residence area, so please keep it quiet after 10 PM (that's the law). You need a car to get to The Perch. You'll take the 210 to Rim of the World Highway (CA 18). From LA you'll then take 189 to Twin Peaks. Pull right up to your cabin and park right there. There is a bus line, Mountain Transit, that comes up from San Bernardino but having a car is almost mandatory. You're free to wander around the property and except for any possible event, the barn is for your use 24/7. There you'll find games and a fireplace and BBQs. County ordinances require no noise after 10 PM and that pets be kept on a leash. There are strict rules on fires since we're in a high risk forest fire area, so check with the property manager if you want to do an outdoor fire by the barn.

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