Think Sanford & Son's junkyard, and you're at Cabins4Less, which is a misnomer because the cabins are more like outhouses, but with mold and screenless windows that don't stay open and moving toilets and dirty dishes (upon arrival) and rationed toilet paper (so bring your own). Also bring your own bedding (they don't supply it). And while you're at it, bring your own futon so you have somewhere comfortable to relax. It felt like a homeless shelter, but without the free soup. The "free" rental bikes were rusted and rickety and if you have kids, don't count on any decent bike trails nearby (only Big Bear Blvd. which is more like a highway). And watch where you step because there is dog [--] everywhere, and some of those dogs howl at night, but maybe you want the "wolf pack at your doorstep" feel. And watch where you park because the tiny reserved spots are wedged together and your SUV could get scratched like ours. Other than that, Big Bear Lake and the pines are nice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are the fun Cabins, we offer more than just a place to stay. We Guarantee Best Location clean friendly,our cancellation is strict which creates some reviews ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cabins4less Hotel Big Bear Lake