Fall in love with this classic cabin building with plenty of Tahoe charm in South Lake Tahoe, California, United States. The log cabin building can accommodate up to 6 guests with 3 bedrooms, 5 beds, and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. The vacation rental is self-check-in with a keypad. This log cabin building is close to everything. It is located 3 blocks to the lake, within one block of great restaurants, a mile from the Stateline, and 3 minutes from a ski resort. The backyard is fully fenced-in, and dogs are welcome with no additional pet fee. You'll want to note that this log cabin building is a 2 bedroom log cabin, with a third bedroom being an upstairs loft area with 2 twin beds and a futon in the hallway. The upstairs loft with the 2 twin beds has low ceilings and is great for kids. You'll want to take a look inside this beautifully finished log cabin.
There is complimentary parking that is available for up to 2 cars in the driveway only. Other things to note at this Lake Tahoe cabin building is to comply with the City of South Lake Tahoe's Vacation Rental Ordinance for occupancy and parking, the front exterior of this log house is monitored by a video camera. The vacation property has one security camera that faces the front yard and driveway area. This video footage is not shared and is recorded for liability reasons only and in no way infringes upon the guests’ expectations of privacy in these public areas of the property.
Living and staying in a log cabin building might inspire you for a log house of your own. A log cabin building vacation is a good way to enjoy nature and stay in a green building. With all the talk of global warming and climate change, people are changing the way they do things. The home that you build is one of the biggest decisions you will make, and one that affects the environment too. Using wood for your log house is among the more eco-friendly and sustainable practices you can do. Harvesting trees is a good thing, and for several reasons. The harvesting, processing, and manufacturing of building materials from wood carry the lowest environmental cost of any other raw building material. So, substituting a wood cabin building material with some other building material to save a tree can be ecologically unfriendly.
A carefully managed, sustainable log harvest isn’t just about cutting down the trees and cashing in on their commercial value. A well-managed forest is about implementing a plan that helps to encourage both regeneration and the long-term well-being of the forests too. By keeping forests open and healthy, you are creating conditions that allow for new forest growth and building wildlife habitat, with a sustainable log harvest that can help to protect everything that is valued about the woods. These are just some of the things to think about when considering a log cabin building design.