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Get out of the city and head to the beautiful country from this two-bedroom Idyllwild vacation rental. Located west of Highway 243, the home sits in a secluded wooded area with plenty of undisturbed nature just outside your doors. If you’re looking for more action, just a mile north lies Idyllwild’s town center, in which there are eclectic gift shops, quaint cafes, and entertainment venues.
With a wraparound outdoor deck, knotty pine walls and cabinets, high ceilings, forest-themed decor, and even a free-standing fireplace, this home exudes plenty of cabin character. Start a fire in the living room's fireplace and settle into the couch, a rocking chair, or comfy recliner to enjoy a DVD while the fire warms the room. You could also use the home’s WiFi to plan your next hike in the San Jacinto wilderness, freshen up dirty clothes in the washer/dryer, or take a relaxing soak in the private hot tub out back.
When you get hungry, head into the kitchen to whip up a feast using modern appliances and a variety of cookware. Share meals at the dining table, or dine alfresco on the wraparound deck at a glass-top table. Take in the gorgeous mountain views as you dine, then play a fun game of horseshoe in the horseshoe pit. You could even fire up the gas grill and enjoy fresh-grilled steaks, burgers, or other great barbecue while you're here!
Retire for restful slumber after a full day of mountain activities. Up to eight guests are accommodated on king-size beds in two bedrooms and additional sleeping space is provided on one futon and one extra mattress. Warm and cozy with quilted bedding, carpeted floors, shaded windows, and nightstands with reading lamps, the bedrooms will deliver a great night’s sleep to all vacationers.
Wake up refreshed and ready for new adventures which could include a day of bombing down local singletrack on a guided mountain bike tour with The Hub Cyclery. Some guests may prefer learning about the area’s ecology and natural history at the Idyllwild Nature Center two miles north, or trekking through wilderness on the Mt. San Jacinto Summit Trail, which begins 11 miles north.
There are also fun live music performances and stand-up comedy shows at the Rustic Theater one mile up the road, and a variety of watersports, such as fishing, kayaking, boating, and stand-up paddle boarding, are only eight miles south at Lake Hemet.
If you're in the mood for a day trip, drive 22 miles west to Hemet for museums, shopping, and other attractions in the heart of San Jacinto County. Kids will love playing in interactive exhibits at the Fingerprints Youth Museum, and the whole family will adore learning about dinosaurs that once roamed in the area at the Western Science Center. You could also catch a performing arts show at the Ramona Bowl Amphitheater, rent a boat and explore Diamond Valley Lake, or hike, bike, and trek even more nature trails around the town.
County permit number: 001896
You must be 21 years or older to rent this property.