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Cheerful 2-bedroom North Shore cabin
Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Cheerful 2-bedroom North Shore cabinBright and peaceful North Shore cabin in the quiet Speedboat beach neighborhood Two dedicated work spaces - one is a separate studio in the backyard (space heater necessary in winter)
Designer Lake Cabin w/ Hot Tub, 4 Blocks to Beach
Entire cabin · 6 guests · 4 beds · 1 bath
Designer Lake Cabin w/ Hot Tub, 4 Blocks to BeachYou will immediately fall in love with this property due to its indoor/outdoor design and location, only a five-minute walk to the beach, restaurants, shops, and art galleries. This is a completely renovated home with designer features that are robust enough to hold up to families with children and pets. The outdoor design includes a wrap-around deck, with a six-person hot tub overlooking a large private wooded back yard.
Mountain House with Hot Tub and Sauna
Entire cabin · 9 guests · 6 beds · 2.5 baths
Mountain House with Hot Tub and SaunaSit back and enjoy captivating views of the slopes from this inviting mountain home! Features open great room with stone fireplace, fully stocked kitchen with island and separate dining area, hot tub, and sauna. We are in serene Tyrolian Village near Diamond Peak Ski Resort and National Forest next to the hiking and biking trails. The living room includes comfortable seating, a large flat-screen. Trigger barbeque is ready for the chef in the group!

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Popular cabin amenities in Lake Tahoe

  • Hot tub
  • Pets allowed
  • Pool
  • Kitchen
  • Wifi

Houses in Lake Tahoe

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  2. Tahoe City
Waldhütte Tahoe — a West Shore Gem
$327 per night
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  2. Tahoe City
Super Tahoe Views in charming Dollar Point Cabin
$414 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Stateline
*Tahoe Vacation Stay w/Lake Views/Next to Casinos
$389 per night
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  2. Kings Beach
MoiraDoon, HansBetsTahoe Basecamp
$147 per night
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  2. South Lake Tahoe
The Red Den at The Bear Den Private Queen Room
$78 per night
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  2. Incline Village
Luxurious Lake View Chalet with Private Hot Tub, Fireplace, W/D - Dogs Okay!
$452 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Incline Village
Tahoe Hideaway - Freestanding Luxury A-Frame Home
$279 per night
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  2. Kings Beach
Spacious Relaxing Family Friendly Home 2 King Beds
$134 per night
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  2. South Lake Tahoe
Updated 3BR Home w/BBQ & Hot Tub near Heavenly!
$257 per night
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  2. South Lake Tahoe
Beautiful 2BR+Loft Cabin w/ Hot Tub near Heavenly!
$372 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Homewood
Homewood Hideaway Loft (Heathers Room)
$126 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Zephyr Cove
The "Canyon Loft"
$193 per night

Pet-friendly cabins

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  2. Truckee
Northstar Family Friendly Home with Shuttle
$355 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Kings Beach
Speedboat Beach Retreat on Brockway Point
$414 per night
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  2. Kings Beach
Seven Pines on Speedboat
$710 per night
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  2. Incline Village
A TASTE OF TAHOE- 3 Bd/2 Ba
$224 per night
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  2. Tahoe Vista
Lewis Lair (Remodeled, Dog Friendly)
$214 per night
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  2. Tahoe Vista
The “Bear’s Den” -a delightful cabin in the woods!
$212 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Tahoe City
Pet-Friendly A-Frame w/ NEW Hot Tub ** by Skiing
$398 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Kings Beach
Tahoe Time
$200 per night
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  2. Kings Beach
La Cabana Carmelita
$157 per night
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  2. Tahoe City
Tahoe Chalet - Walk to beach, Large Family Cabin
$356 per night
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  2. Incline Village
Cozy North Shore Lake Tahoe Cabin
$193 per night
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  2. Tahoe City
Heart of the City, Tahoe City, CA
$395 per night

Cabins with hot tubs

SUPERHOST
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  2. Homewood
Charming Cabin on a stream West Shore
$294 per night
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  2. Tahoe City
☼ Rustic Round Hideaway ❄ West Shore ❄ Hot Tub ☼
$349 per night
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  2. Homewood
3-bedroom Homewood A-frame with spa
$255 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Tahoe City
Classic Charming Tahoe Cabin
$339 per night
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  2. South Lake Tahoe
Lighthus: A Contemporary Tahoe Retreat
$529 per night
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  2. South Lake Tahoe
Inviting cabin in great location, hot tub, wi-fi
$212 per night
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  2. Homewood
The Tahoe Pines Treehouse: Private & Cozy Retreat
$390 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Incline Village
Lake Tahoe 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Retreat with Hot Tub & Sauna
$311 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Carnelian Bay
The Lazy Bear Cabin- Pet Friendly w/ Hot Tub!
$214 per night
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  2. Homewood
Mid Century Modern Cabin - The Tahoe A-Frame
$425 per night
SUPERHOST
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  2. Tahoe City
LAKEVIEW Renovated A-Frame Cabin W/Hot Tub
$343 per night
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  2. Kings Beach
"Little Dipper": Magical Mtn Modern:HotTub:Beach
$211 per night

Your guide to Lake Tahoe

Welcome to Lake Tahoe

It’s tempting to describe Lake Tahoe, with its glittering blue waters, as a jewel, but that doesn’t get at the size of it. Lofted high in the Sierra Nevadas, ringed by snow-capped mountains, and straddling the California and Nevada borders, Lake Tahoe is one of the largest lakes in the United States, and the second deepest. Renowned for its clear, fresh water, the lake is an important research station for scientists who study its ecology and a picturesque playground for every type of waterfront fun. Fishing, boating, swimming, jet skiing, and scuba diving are all popular pastimes here. And plenty of visitors are content simply to relax on its many beaches, in the shade of towering pines. Thanks to Lake Tahoe’s size, the communities surrounding it are varied: Chic bohemian enclaves, rustic cowboy outposts, and glitzy casinos all cluster near its shores.


How do I get around Lake Tahoe?

Fly into Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) in Nevada, which is about a 40-minute drive from Lake Tahoe. Public transportation, shuttles, taxis, rideshares, and rental cars are all available at the airport. Once you arrive, there are plenty of local transportation options around the lake. Tahoe Truckee Regional Transit (TART) buses navigate the north and west shores, while Tahoe Transportation District (TDD) buses service the south shore. TART also operates a free seasonal park-and-ride shuttle that transports visitors to winter ski destinations, and TDD has a free seasonal park-and-ride shuttle that will get you to Sand Harbor, a popular beach, in the hot months. Rideshares, taxis, and shuttles also serve the region. If you plan to circumnavigate the lake or want flexibility while visiting nearby towns and wilderness destinations, opt for a rental car.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Tahoe?

For lakefront fun, summer is the high season, when the sun is high and hot and the cool alpine waters of Lake Tahoe are refreshing. The shoulder seasons of fall and spring also make for pleasant times on the water, particularly for boating and fishing. In winter the region transforms into a skiers’ paradise, with snow falling from December through March. During these months, the lake is a pretty backdrop for cold-weather sports.


What are the top things to do in Lake Tahoe?

72-mile Scenic Drive

Start your journey at any point on the loop circumnavigating the vast lake for a chance to explore all the area has to offer. On your scenic ramble, you’ll pass historic homes, fascinating history museums, scenic overlooks, state parks, and characterful mountain communities, with gorgeous Lake Tahoe at your shoulder the whole time.

Tour Grand Homes

Long a destination for the wealthy, many of the grand estates that line Lake Tahoe’s shores have been turned into museums that you can tour. There’s the Ehrman Mansion, an opulent circa-1903 lodge built by a rich businessman from San Francisco, now run by the California State Park System. Thunderbird Estate, built in the 1930s, is notable for its stunning stonemasonry, ironwork, and woodwork. A short hike will carry you to Vikingsholm, a 1920s estate inspired by Scandinavian architecture.

Emerald Bay State Park

So named for its often vividly green waters, Emerald Bay is a postcard-pretty spot on the south side of Lake Tahoe. The area is home to striking vistas overlooking the bay, hiking trails, and the Vikingsholm estate. Just off the shore is little Fannette Island, accessible only by boat. Its granite face is covered in pines, and on top sits the shell of a stone tea house where ritzy vacationers of yore once relaxed.