Welcome to West Lake Lodge, a beautiful, spacious family home in the Sunnyside/Tahoe Park area. Bring the family and friends, there’s room to sleep 12 guests!
Put your feet up in the living room, relaxing on the comfy leather sofas and chairs as you warm up by the woodburning fireplace. There is a flat panel TV with DVD player, and Wi-Fi keeps you connected.
The fully equipped galley kitchen is tastefully appointed with granite countertops, tile backsplash, and new stainless-steel appliances including a dishwasher. The dining area is open to the kitchen and the large table lends itself to family meals.
The main level also features a bedroom with a king bed, a TV and DVD player and a full bathroom.
Upstairs you’ll find three additional bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master suite includes a king-size bed, walk-in closet, a TV and DVD player, and a fantastic bathroom with a copper sink, soaker tub, and walk-in shower.
The third bedroom has two king beds, a full-size bed, TV and DVD. The fourth bedroom has a king size bed with TV and DVD player.
The home also comes with a washer and dryer.
The front deck includes seating and a gas barbeque available year-round. With an oversized two car garage and additional parking in the driveway, this home is perfect for two families. There is a hot tub where you can soak your aches and pains away.
Located on West Lake Blvd, the home is approximately one block from Tahoe Park’s amenities. Stroll down to the terrific beach, picnic area, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoe pit, and playground.
After enjoying the amenities, venture out! Sunnyside Restaurant, Fire Sign Café, and Spoons Café are also a very short walk from the property.
West Lake Lodge is in a terrific location for both summer and winter stays. Tahoe City and Homewood Mountain Resort are only three miles from the property. Homewood’s tagline says it all: Where the Mountains Meet the Lake. From the lake to the lift there are 280 steps and a gain of 1,650 feet elevation—your reward is an extraordinary lake view. In addition to downhill skiing and snowboarding at the resort, Homewood offers guided Snowcat backcountry skiing tours and wedding/special event planning.
In Tahoe City, visitors can enjoy scenic Nordic skiing, sledding, and snowshoeing at Tahoe XC and at the new Tahoe City Winter Sports Park.
In warmer weather, Tahoe City boasts beautiful beaches, a lakefront bike path, and outfitters with stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, sailboats, and jet skis to explore the lake. Boaters may take advantage of the full-service Tahoe City Marina and boats can put in or take out just down the road at the Lake Forest Boat Ramp. Enjoy a round at the Tahoe City Golf Course or traverse the many stunning hikes and backcountry meadows.
Skylandia State Park and Beach is 11 miles north. It has a grassy park area complete with grills, picnic tables, and public bathrooms, and a sandy beach with views up the lake toward Mount Tallac and South Lake Tahoe. The park has a boat launch for both motorized and non-motorized watercraft.
West Lake Lodge is a short drive from Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley Ski Resorts. After taking on the slopes, go tubing with the kids or try out the mini snowmobiles at SnoVentures Activity Zone. There are dogsledding tours too!
Year round, the Village at Squaw Valley offers dining, shopping, the Squaw Valley Aerial Tram, and a variety of activities.
In the summer, ride the Aerial Tram to High Camp then walk or hike along one of the scenic trails in one of the most breathtaking places in the world! At 8,200 feet elevation, admire the beauty of the Sierra Nevada Mountains with views of Lake Tahoe and Squaw Valley's legendary granite peaks. In the Aerial Tram building lobby, kids and grownups can have a blast climbing the variety of routes on the 30’ simulated Headwall Climbing Wall, then head over to try a somersault at Sky Jump.
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