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Multi cabins for multiple families

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Multi cabins for multiple families

My family and I are planning a trip to big bear or arrowhead, we are looking for cabins to stay at. We are looking for small cabins that are all together so everyone has their own cabin. Or any big cabins for about 20 people. Any suggestions?

Thank you!

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1. Re: Multi cabins for multiple families

Depending on what part of town you want to stay in the Honey Bear Lodge and cabins is walking distance to the village and a short drive to ski locations. They manage 4-5 cabins and all except the bay view are either next door to one another or half a block away. You would also have the lodge if anyone in your group wanted to stay there.

We always love staying near the village and not having to worry about parking to go eat or stroll during busy times. I’ve always found them to be really friendly, helpful and reasonably priced too if you call and let them know what you need how many per cabin it might be a good place to start. http://www.honeybearlodge.com/cabins.html

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2. Re: Multi cabins for multiple families

Years ago we stayed at Grey Squirrel Canins near the town of Big Bear. It was great for multi families to stay at.

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