About this listing
Our Historic Palisades Cabin is located in Squaw Valley, in walking distance to the Squaw Ski Lifts, the Squaw Valley Village, Restaurants, shops...1 King, 1 Queen, 2 Twin Loft + 1 Twin, 2 Baths, 8 Guests total, hydronic heated floors, luxury linens & more...
We offer European ambiance with American log cabin luxury! Our Historic Mountain Cabin is thoughtfully furnished intended to make your stay, summer or winter, a divine getaway. Antique furniture from Germany, Austria, Scandinavia and Lake Tahoe have been combined with modern fixtures, new appliances, outdoor barrel sauna, and high tech radiant hydronic floor heating to create a completely unique and luxurious log cabin experience!
Entire house, BBQ, decks, outdoor barrel sauna, yard, and garage.
Interaction with guests
We will be available throughout the rental process and for any assistance you need during your stay. For Ski Leases or extended leases, we like to get to know our guests more in depth. Our family home is in the neighborhood so you may see our family members from time to time. Our Guest enjoy complete privacy, as if they were at home.
Other things to note
The nightly rate includes 10% Placer County Tax.
Please see our Palisades Cabin Standard Policies for complete details. We ask that our guests treat the cabin as they would their own home. We request that you remove your shoes before entering the home and leave all ski or outdoor equipment outside in the mud room or garage. Large groups are not permitted and the total occupancy is 8. Smoking and pets are not permitted on the property. Stays that extend 7 nights will require an interim cleaning at a charge of $80.00.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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I love Squaw Valley and the beautiful North Shore of Kauai. Two worlds so different from one another and so dear to me.
Why Squaw Valley? I love the people, the mountains, the Lake and all the activities you can choose to do. While there, I can never decide, which season and what activity I like best. The winters here are beautiful. Blue skies, deep snow and awesome skiing! Spring is gorgeous. You can still ski on the top of the mountain or go hiking or golfing in the lower elevations. You can begin your day on the slopes and hike the trails in the afternoon.
Summer in Tahoe is marvelous, filled with never-ending outdoors activities like running, hiking, biking, rafting, boating… it doesn't end there... or just reading in the hammock under the pines… Fall makes me nostalgic about the Tahoe summer gone by. The nights get crisper the mountain air smells of pine and the sunsets are beautiful and dramatic. During the day we take bike rides or long hikes and in the evening we sit around the fireplace and enjoy the company of our friends.
And why do I love Kauai? There is something special about how the air seems to embrace me when I first step off the plane, my clock-speed instantly slows and I am ready to sit back and enjoy what ever presents itself. The changing colors of the ocean, the rich tropical foliage, the scent of flowers in the air, the sky that meets the horizon, the awe-inspiring NaPali Range, the sound of the surf and the super bright stars of the Milky Way. On Kauai, I feel one with nature, far removed from mainland stresses and needs. Every morning I watch how the sun rises from below the horizon out of the water, I snorkel with the turtles in front of the cottages and walk the beach for hours. After two or three days on the island I feel a transformation inside of me. Walking the beach clears my head and streamlines my thoughts. Sometimes, my heart skips a beat, because Kauai is so beautiful! At that moment, the world seems perfectly in balance.
When we are not in Squaw or on Kauai, we love to travel and explore new and exciting places. Most of all, I like to connect with people and stay where the locals are. Airbnb has become my favorite mode of travel and I am happy to share our Homes with like minded travelers, who like to explore and not leave a trace behind.