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Hot tub under the stars, mountain air, birds chirping, majestic trees, a real log & rock cabin, history, piles of blankets, dark nights, a fire pit, BBQ, relaxation, rocking chairs, eclectic library, board games, puzzles, plush towels, coffee, a vintage stove that makes the best grilled cheese (& pancakes), fireplaces, hot chocolate, popcorn, wifi, your dog, hiking, the fire lookout, outstanding local cuisine, magical coziness & the best sleep you’ve had in forever.

“This is a remarkable and historic cabin. It is clean and comfortable and convenient. The construction is amazing with large rocks and tree trunks forming structural components of the cabin. It is like my fantasy of what a great old mountain cabin should be like. There are so many options for indoor and outdoor living space. It is easy to congregate and be social and easy to find a quiet spot alone. Plenty of parking. Close to Jensen’s grocery. We felt completely relaxed and at home. Kelly is an extraordinary host. We felt privileged to stay here.”
“This cabin is straight out of a storybook. As soon as you pull into the driveway, you can't help but smile. Keep in mind this is a very old cabin and doesn't have the typical layout of a modern home, but it still has all the modern amenities. Clean restrooms, smart TVs, very comfortable beds, hot tub etc. Cabin is close to the hwy but doesn't feel like it at all. Feels more like we're in the middle of the woods. The kids loved all the board games, binoculars for bird watching, Netflix, and just playing make-believe in this magical place. Host Kelly was amazing! Very accommodating, great communication, and just wonderful all around. Definitely returning to this cabin.”
“A must stay. This hidden forest cabin is incredible. Very comfortable and cozy, love the incorporated rock boulders built into the cabin. Beautiful stone and wood work. Fire places are great to snuggle up next to and can’t beat the hot tub. Really like the split level build down the slope, feels kinda like you’re in a luxury tree house. Perfect relaxing weekend escape that’s right in LA’s backyard. Can’t wait to come stay here again.”

Historical Plaque Transcription: “Rockwood is entirely the craftsmanship of Arthur E Scoles, a civil engineer who was formerly employed by John D. Rockefeller. After retirement, he began construction of the lodge in the fall of 1915...

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Twin Peaks is located between Lake Arrowhead and Lake Gregory. Both lakes are about 15 minutes from our cabins. Enjoy mountain biking, zip lining, rollerskating, axe throwing, summer concerts, and more at Santa's Village at SkyPark is located about 15 minutes from our cabins. 

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