Experience the four seasons in Big Bear at the Quail Cove Lodge in Fawnskin. Enjoy the quiet side of the lake in our newly remodeled cabins. Quail Cove offers a secluded and wooded area on the edge of the water, with a park setting, outdoor barbecues, fishing, bonfire pit, horseshoes, boat access, and nearby hiking trails.Studio with a full bath. Includes a queen bed, wood burning fireplace, cable TV, DVD player, deck with barbecue, and full kitchen with stove/oven, refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster, blender, pots/pans, dishes, and more.Walk to Grey’s Peak hiking trail , or nearby beautiful Holcomb Valley, the Cougar Crest Trail, and the... Woodland Trail. Maximum occupancy 2. Parking for 1 vehicle.Quail Cove 2 comes with fresh towels, and beds are made up with fresh linens and plenty of cozy blankets. Our dedicated cleaning crew has the home clean and ready before your visit and does the cleaning after your stay.
Dogs are allowed at this property. There is a $15 per night(per dog) non-refundable dog fee paid to on site management (No Cats allowed).
**If arriving after 9pm, please call Quail Cove at 909-866-5957 to make arrangments.
No indoor smoking is permitted.
Additional amenities include: views, queen: 1, single story, pets permitted, dogs permitted, cleaning/towels/linens provided.Read more
Left on 04/21/2014 for a stay in April 2014 | KrisGriff
The cabin was quaint and very clean! Just exactly what we expected except that since the lake levels are low we didn't really have a water front location...more like lakeside with a short walk in the river wash to a couple bodies of lake water. Nice management/owner on site. Really nice shared property that has a couple yard games and a nice firepit to relax by.
A great, relaxing experience
Left on 07/12/2012 for a stay in July 2012 | Katie rose
We had a great time fishing and enjoying the warm weather. We also appreciated the cleanliness and friendly service.
Cute & Cozy!
Left on 12/15/2011 for a stay in December 2011 | Happy Camper
We had a wonderful time staying at Quail Cove #2! The management was very friendly and accommodating. The view was splendid, and the cabin had all the essentials. You are only a quick drive to many Big Bear Lake activities, which makes the stay that much better.
Finally, I have to comment on the noise levels at night; or lack of! It was extremely quiet and peaceful, which was exactly what we were looking for.
We will definitely book again!
Romantic Lakeside Cabin
Left on 10/19/2011 for a stay in October 2011 | Tyler
I surprised my wife for our two year anniversary by renting Quail Cove cabin #2. The cabin is located on the shore of Grout Creek which feeds into Big Bear Lake. Very nice view of the lake from the cabin. You have your own sitting area on the shore and your own outdoor grill for cooking. Plenty of great hiking in walking distance (Grays Peak.) Incredibly quiet and peaceful.There is a fireplace in the cabin and you can buy firewood on the premises. We had a wood fire every night. Also pet friendly so we were able to enjoy the weekend with our dog. Very good dining in walking distance (North Shore Cafe.) The owners of Quail Cove, Grace and Craig, are incredibly friendly and very accommodating. We did not want to leave!
Quail Cove Victim
Cool Cabins were not!!! cool
Left on 01/05/2011 for a stay in December 2010 | Quail Cove Victim
Kept us waiting more than 30 min outside in freezing cold with 2 infants (9:00pm) for keys. Heater did not work. Pilot backfired in my face and singed hair off my arm, child became hysterical from pop. Once re-lit thermostat never came on, no heat all night. King bed was a double, we all 4 slept in it to keep children from freezing. No curtains on window, shabby overall.
Disappointed with Service
Great place, but terrible service from Cool Cabins
Left on 01/01/2011 for a stay in December 2010 | Disappointed with Service
The cabin was fine, but the treatment we received from the rental agent, Cool Cabins, was really bad. First day was a rain storm - nothing to do but sit in the cabin. With two young boys bouncing off the walls, hoping for the snow we drove up there for, TV was a fairly important part of making the best of a bad situation. The TV remote control didn't work - had batteries, seemed to just be a matter of programming it (TV was on a shelf clear across the cabin from the bed - no couch so we were all on the bed). When I called Cool Cabins about it they told me, in so many words, that it was an insignificant problem. I paraphrase, but I was told something like "we're busy fixing broken pipes and windows." Later they called and said they'd have someone over that evening to fix it. Then an hour or so later they called to say it would be the next morning. I was hoping someone could give me instructions over the phone. As I pressed, I was told that they did not advertise the fact that the Tv's came with remote controls. The Cool Cabins representative got very beligerent, and I was told that when she went on vacation, she did not go there to watch TV (totally missing my point about being sequestered to the cabin with two young boys due to the rain storm). The next day a person arrived, but was unable to fix the remote (programming instructions were for a different TV). They said thay would return but never did. We asked for clean towels for the second day of our stay. They said they would send them but never did. We moved to another cabin, similar in price but closer to the sledding/skiing areas, that was serviced by the owner. We won't make the same mistake of going through Cool Cabins again.
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