In any case, this unit was furnished nicely with the usual amenities. The only downside to this unit was that instead of a dining area, there was only a long bar (no dining table) and bar stools on which to sit to take your meals. It was a minor point since there were only the two of us but it could have been more complicated had there been more people to seat at a meal. On Saturday mornings a free continental breakfast is provided. The complex itself was located right on the main highway through Big Bear with ample parking being found on the grounds. Our unit was on the second floor and we found it to be very quiet and peaceful.
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by C. Carradine
September 4, 2005
From journal Harassed in Big Bear
West Covina, California
September 7, 2004
From journal Big Bear Weekend
by Barber E. Lane
Lake Forest, California
May 29, 2003
The bedroom was moderately sized and lighter so it was more inviting. The bathroom was average sized and nicely appointed. The kitchen was so tiny you almost had to walk out of the 2 foot by 4 foot area to turn around. Thank goodness it was open with a bar area on one side.
We were upstairs, third level, accessed by outside stairs in winter, difficult carrying a baby and all their stuff. There was really nothing wrong with the unit other than it's tiny size, probably made worst with an active toddler. It would probably be great for two adults who plan to be out skiing all day and just watching TV or videos at night.
This timeshare is located right on the busy main road coming into Big Bear City. This made for a rather noisy location, cramped parking area, but great for walking to many small restaurants and shops along the way close by. There wasn't any activities that we were aware of at the resort. It was just a place to stay.
From journal Summertime in Big Bear City
December 11, 2002
From journal skiing in big bear