Two Morrows Lake Tahoe Cabin Vacation Rental Home
Enjoy dining out at a nearby restaurant, or choose to relax at our cabin with its complete kitchen and a fire in the wood-burning stove, along with home-style entertainment. Kids love our Tahoe vacation rental cabin! It has lots of outdoor space to play summer or winter, and our smoke-free vacation home has three themed bedrooms and two bathrooms. Two Morrows Tahoe Cabin is supplied with a baby crib, high chair, children’s books and toys. Children are never bored because there are over 500 videos and several games at our Lake Tahoe mountain cabin. Our vacation rental home has many child-safety features.
Looking for a pet-friendly vacation rental home? You have found it! Dogs are welcome at our Lake Tahoe vacation home. They will enjoy exploring the wooded half acre that our mountain cabin occupies.
What we Have
- Washer and dryer
- Linens and towels provided – or bring your own
- Wood-burning stove with plenty of firewood
- Forced-air furnace
1 double bed
1 set ofbunk beds
1 sofa bed (double)
All the major appliances (stove, refrigerator and dish-washer) were new in the fall of 2006.
Cooking utensils & silverware
Electric coffee maker
Electric frying pan
Electric mixers (hand-held & stand)
Telephone – Land line
Smart TV (No Cable/Satellite)
Cabinet of board games
Library with books about Tahoe
Outlet with USB plugs
Picnic table & benches with umbrella
Folding picnic table with benches
Bear-proof garbage bin
Paved & plowed level driveway
Bear fencing around doors & windows
All on a half-acre wooded lot
• Wheelchair accessible ramp to the deck
• Driveway parking for four cars in summer, two in winter
Additional Sleeping Areas
Each bedroom has a closet.
One bathroom has a tub and a shower. The other one has a walk-in shower. Both have wall heaters that are on timers. Hair dryers are stored in the cabinet under the sinks. There are plenty of towels! The mirrored cabinets and four-bulb light fixtures were added in 2016.
Outdoor Living Spaces
A Holiday Feast?
State Parks and lake in the area
Rules and Regulations
The rules and regulations for our cabin are spelled out in our Welcome Book. It is in two parts: The first part is sent to you when you inquire about the cabin, along with a contract for you to sign and return to us if you wish to book it. The second part contains driving directions, how to get in, and how to manage out home as well as some neighborhood information, and is emailed to you after we receive your completed and signed contract. Then, shortly before your arrival date, you will receive the code for the keyless entry lock.
El Dorado County regulates vacation rental properties very closely. The fines for not adhering to them are high. Some are general, and some are specific to our cabin. Those specific to our cabin include: No more than 8 occupants with the exception of children age 5 and under, no more than 3 vehicles in the driveway, Some that are common to all VHRs in El Dorado County are: No excessive noise, no guests during quiet hours from 10 PM to 8 AM, no garbage left outside the bear bin, no open fires, boat inspection mandatory, no street parking from Nov. 1 to May 1, dogs must be on a leash 10 feet long or shorter and owners are required to clean up after them.
We have additional rules for our cabin that include: no smoking, no large and unruly parties, no under-age drinking, no illegal substances, and follow the checkout list when you leave.
Sun is more intense at high altitudes!
Backyard Camp Fires Warming Fires Regulations:
If your fire pit is screened, and meets the requirements: total fuel area of 3 ft or less in diameter and 2 feet or less in height, At least 15’ from a structure or combustible material. “Warming fires” are only allowed in the following: LNG outdoor fireplace, LPG out fireplace, grill/BBQ, properly screened wood burning outdoor fireplace or chiminea
A Fed Bear is a Dead Bear
It’s very easy to use: Slide the lever from on to off to turn off the current, then detach the cords from one side of the door and put the hook with the matching hook on the other side of the door, and you are in!
The next spring, the bear was back and more determined
He took a fairly big chunk out!
We fixed it as best we could.
So we purchased bear fencing across the windows
and the doors
It's easy to operate. Just slide the lever from on to off
It's easy to unhook the spring cord on one side.
7 DAYS A WEEK
9 AM - 9 PM
Vacation Home Rental
Permit # VHR21-0964