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With the holidays right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to head to the mountains for a weekend getaway. Situated in both Northern California and Nevada, Lake Tahoe has become a popular destination in the winter and summer months.

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However, searching for a place to stay is not always as easy as it seems.

Look no further — here are ten cozy cabins to rent in Lake Tahoe this year.

1. Mountain A-Frame

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2. Rustic Luxe Retreat

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3. Unique Round House

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4. Cottage by the Beach

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5. Red Arrow Lodge

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6. Tahoe Cabin Oasis

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7. Carnelian Bay Cabin

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8. Modern Log Cabin

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9. Eco Tahoe Cabin

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10. Sunnyside Cabin

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Between the shops, outdoor activities, and the restaurants — there is plenty to do in Tahoe during the winter months. So grab your snow gear and head up to one of these stunning cabins.


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