Located in Southern California, Big Bear is a favorite weekend escape for those wanting to be outdoors year-round. These dreamy Big Bear cabins are some of the best in the area to rent for a getaway. Whether you book a last-minute weekend trip or a week-long vacation, Big Bear has it all.
As I was looking through multiple booking sites, I wanted to compile a list of the best vacation rentals available in the Big Bear area. From cottages, cabins, and lodges, there are some wonderful options for all sizes and budgets. Big Bear is a really family-friendly destination and even better, a year-round destination. The price points of the rentals range from $150 and up, so you can find just what you need.
You can go in the winter to hit the slopes and have some fun in the snow. The summer is just as pleasant, with water activities on the lake and hiking. These dreamy cabins make for a great spot to call home while you’re off adventuring. A lot of the Big Bear cabin rentals have been renovated or remodeled, so you’ll have a chic place to come back to. Plus, amenities like a hot tub and a wood burning fireplace is always a plus!
Save these listings for now or later, these are the dreamiest Big Bear cabins for a weekend away!
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Big Bear Cabin Rentals
This remodeled cabin is one of the top picks for Big Bear cabins given its location and amenities. I love the bright interior and how cozy each room feels. Set amongst nature, it is somewhere you can head to for weekend retreat. CHECK RATES HERE
One of the coziest finds in Big Bear was this cabin set with a fireplace and back patio. The decor makes the rental feel extra homey and perfect for those looking for a getaway in Southern California. It is set in a private area amongst the woods, so you’ll feel secluded away from others. This Scandinavian design sets the tone for those looking to getaway. CHECK RATES HERE
If you’re looking for the charm of an a-frame and the amenities of a luxury home, this mid-century style cabin is it. Located in Big Bear, it’s equipped with everything you could need for a getaway. With room for 5, you can comfortably come here with the entire family. CHECK RATES HERE
One of the quaintest cabins in Bear Bear area, the Sugar Shack promises a cozy getaway. Set with its own hot tub, you can easily enjoy it after a day of adventuring. It also has all of the things like a gas grill, Weber, and a fully stocked kitchen if you’re wanting to cook your own food. CHECK RATES HERE
One of the most favorited Airbnbs in Big Bear with 200+ reviews, the Boho Cabin has its own private yard and gas fire pit. The decor is bohemian and the one bedroom cabin is perfect for a couple’s getaway. CHECK RATES HERE
For those looking for a year-round getaway to Big Bear, this cabin is perfect. Their private hot tub is an extra touch for amenities and it is close to the lake and village. This cottage was one of the few under $200 as well! CHECK RATES HERE
Though technically not in Big Bear but nearby in Lake Arrowhead, I had to share this incredible Airbnb. Set with two bedrooms and one bathroom, the spacious and well-designed cabin is swoon-worthy. If you’re looking for cabins nearby, I’d highly recommend this one.. CHECK RATES HERE
For those looking for a modern and luxurious home to rent in Big Bear, this chic mountain escape is it. 2,000 feet to enjoy and every amenity you can think of for an upscale trip to Big Bear. CHECK RATES HERE
A cozy two bedroom and three bath A-frame in Big Bear. This cabin is close to the slopes, you can even see them right from the cabin. CHECK RATES HERE
Close to the village and 6 minute stroll to the lake, this log cabin takes the cake for best location in Big Bear. This cozy cabin is great for the family, set with board games and more. CHECK RATES HERE
One last cabin for those looking to book a weekend to Big Bear. CHECK RATES HERE
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