Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Cabins ForLess - YouTube

Cabins ForLess - YouTube
Cabins 4 Less did it again with Pain relief sleep by # beds, what else can we do for our great Guests, Thank you you made it possible.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Big Bear Cabins 10 thousand likes

Big Bear Cabins  Over 10 thousand likes, must be those fancy beds? thanks you everyone, we are now the most popular Big Bear Lake Destination.$99 2 nights for 2 Cabins 44 to 48 midweek non holiday 909 866 3105

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Cabins4Less, Cabins, Kayaks, Bikes, fishing, sledding - Google+

Cabins4Less, Cabins, Kayaks, Bikes, fishing, sledding - Google+

Why are you still looking.What do you want

A Cabin in a great location ? that's all we have, and easy access

A good price ?  Hello we are Cabins 4 Less start at $69 (your own cabin)

Fun in Big Bear? Fun locations , lake -hike-bike-Kayak

Pet Friendly? We wrote the book on it, Hang out with your pet at the cabin, take them on our pet friendly Bikes and kayaks and free guided hike.
What else ? come on we got it all, Text us we have the answers 909-547-5686

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Cabins and Coupons

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2 nights for 2 on the Lake Front 
Yes 2 nights in a modern suite with full view of the Lake next to the village with full kitchens and dining, Wow Great location great cabin / condo and a Great price how can that be possible, discount Bikes and Kayaks and a King size sleep select your number bed. We can do it because by telling your friends you have made it possible
Thank you
Ron and Pat
Cabins 51 to 58 Midweek non holiday ends Dec 15 2015
2 night for 2 in cabins 44 to 48 in the village  only $99same restrictions

Coming March 1st Sleep by Number Bed to most of our Cabins

Friday, February 27, 2015

Big Bear cabins revival | eBay

Now with Sleep By Number Beds by Air pedic, Just another major Wow by Big Bear Cabins and Big ZBear Cabins For Less Pet Friendly Lake Front and Vintage Cabin Rentals For Less Big Bear cabins revival | eBay

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Things to do while in Big Bear Lake and Cabins For ess

Lakefront Cabin-Like Rooms in Big Bear
Live at the cave, ask your receptionist

Things To Do In Big Bear, Ca.Call 909 866 3105
At 6750 feet in the San Bernardino Mountains, Big Bear Lake is Southern California's premier 4-season mountain resort area. Skiing and snow play, bicycling, hiking, and lake activities are but some of the fun available throughout the year. Check out our the finest Big Bear Lodge, The Edgewater and our very own vacation rental home, Waters Edge. We are only one mile from Bear Mountain and Snow Summit ski resorts. And just across the street from Big Bear Marina in Big Bear Village where shopping and dining are unique to our quaint village atmosphere. Located a few short driving hours from anywhere in Southern California or Las Vegas, Big Bear Valley is a cool escape high in the local mountains. California's Big Bear Lake is the ultimate vacation spot in So Cal, offering lodging, shopping and dining in an Alpine Mountain setting. All season activities include hiking, camping, and fishing, to hotel, spa, and resort style relaxation, An of course there is world class skiing. Big Bear Lake has it all. big bear, lake, ca, california, snow summit, ski, hiking, mountain, skiing, fishing, southern california, lodging, reservations, reservation, shopping, golf, cabin, biking, lakefront, lake front
Big Bear is a great place for rest and relaxation or an adventurous outdoor experience. Treat yourself to all the pleasures that Big Bear has to offer; starting with a stroll in the Village, maybe even a relaxing stop in a day spa, or simply read a book by the lake. You can enjoy a fine meal at one of Big Bear's premier restaurants, local pubs or quaint cafes. For the more adventurous, you will find a variety of exhilarating activities fit for every season. There is much so to do in Big Bear, you'll call it a year round "Playground."
Big Bear Skiing
Big Bear Skiing
Racing down snow-covered slopes or gliding down gentle hills made especially for tubing, it is easy to see why Southern California's local mountains are a blast for families. From children squealing with glee on the bunny slopes to blazing speed down the "Miracle Mile" run you get is all in a quaint mountain community called Big Bear Lake, California.
Big Bear Lake is very well known to Californians for winter vacations, and the rest of the country has yet to learn of our best kept secret. Amazingly, nestled in the San Bernardino Forest, Big Bear is less            than two hours from Los Angeles and three hours from Las Vegas. Literally you can go from warm a sunrise at home to a mountain of fresh powder in a matter of hours.
Big Bear Skiing
Skiing and snow boarding at Bear Mountain and Snow Summit are the main attractions, and there are several snow play venus through the valley. Boutique shopping and fine dining make a trip through the Village a must when you visit Big Bear. What helps set Big Bear apart from other ski resorts is our "family-friendly" atmosphere.

More than 75 different trails and runs guarantee the beginner to black diamond skier a more than satisfying day on the mountain. Skiing can be fast and furious because there are 23 lifts and four high speed chairs; and it doesn't have to end when the sun goes down. On certain nights, skiing under the lights is available - another terrific experience. Need ski equipment? Several ski shops in town have rental skis, boards, and other equipment. Skiing in Big Bear
Big Bear Lake Water sports
From action-packed adventures to easy-going times, visitors at Big Bear can be found racing across the lake on wave runners or jet skis, kayaking or canoeing along the lake's coves and inlets, skimming the water on skis or wake boards, or sailing with a little help from the constant lake breezes. Another one-of-kind experience is parasailing at 7000' to experience a completely different perspective of Big Bear Valley's vast beauty. Instruction is offered for most water sports at all skill levels.
Boating on Bik Bear Lake
For the less adventurous, narrated lake tours are offered onboard the Big Bear Queen paddlewheel boat or the Spanish galleon replica, the Big Bear Pirate Ship. Meadow Park Swim Beach is open daily and has protected areas for children to enjoy splashing in the clear lake waters. Adjacent, there are play areas for volleyball, tennis and barbecues. Boating in Big Bear
Fine Dining
Fine Dining in Big Bear Village and in the City
In Big Bear, the list of fine restaurants in nearly endless. From your basic hole in the wall cafe to exquisite mountain fresh cuisine, Big Bear offers some of the finest food in Southern California. There's something for every pallet and several specialties that you can only find in Big Bear. Some of my personal favorites are:
The Resort Association has a complete list of restraints in Big Bear Lake. Dining in Big Bear
Trout Fishing on Big Bear Lake
The success rate for catching fish in Big Bear Lake is tremendous. Big Bear Lake is a first-rate trout fishery because its depths allow trout to thrive, even in the heat of summer. Therefore, it is one of only a handful of Southern California lakes to get planted with rainbow trout. The Department of Fish and Game regularly stock the lake from April to October with approximately 2000 lbs. of rainbow trout every two weeks. Several marinas offer boat rentals, bait, tackle and licenses, docks and repair services. Launch ramps are found at all marinas and the north shore public ramps. Fishing in Big Bear
Hiking and Mountain Biking
Extream Mountain Biking and Hiking
Mountain bikers from around the globe come to Big Bear Valley to experience a sport created for the mountains! This world-class mountain biking region has more than one hundred miles of trails and Forest Service roads to satisfy bikers of all ages and skill levels. Hikers find an abundance of hiking opportunities. Some of the more notable trails are:
  1. Cougar Crest Trail,
  2. Pine knot Trail,
  3. Champion Lodgepole Pine Trail,
  4. Castle Rock Trail,
  5. Sugarloaf National Recreation Trail,
  6. Grays Peak Trail and
  7. The Woodland Trail.
Hikers and bikers wanting more convenient access enjoy a relaxing ride up to the 8200' summit on the Snow Summit Scenic Sky Chair, a great place to get a straight-on view of San Gorgonio. There are plenty of world-class, cross-country trails designated for experienced bikers, moderate trails for intermediate riders, or beginner-friendly trails with easier riding terrains for the less experienced. Hiking in Big Bear
Back Country Off-Roading
Back Country Off-Roading
There is another enjoyable way to explore scenic Big Bear Valley and the hundreds of miles of back country national forest surrounding the lake. Big Bear Off-Road Adventures takes visitors on back country tours into areas normally seen only by hikers. Off Roading in Big Bear
Horseback Riding
Horse back Riding and Equestrian activities
Explore Big Bear's peaceful winter setting by horseback. A relaxing ride into the wilderness is a splendid way to connect with nature and enjoy the pleasantries of the fresh mountain air. These exciting trips range in duration from a couple of hours to a full day's adventure to historic Holcomb Valley, Butler Peak, and Rose Mine. Horseback riding in Big Bear
Get Married
Weddings on the edge. Lakeside Weddings
Get Married! Of course, who could resist a lakefront wedding. Imagine the bride and groom beneath a lakeside arch covered with flowers, a gentile breeze caressing the water as they profess their vows in a garden setting. Several venues in Big Bear offer complete wedding packages but only a few offer lakefront settings. The Edgewater Inn and Resort caters to small parties of 50 or less and provides intimate lakefront weddings covering every detail from start to finish. The Robinhood Resort is our recommendation for 50 to 120 people and the Marina Resort or the Northwoods Inn will provide for those grand parties of 100 or more. Have your wedding planner contact us to arrange all the details of your very own lakeside wedding. Need a wedding planner? No Worries! Just call us. Getting married in Big Bear with a Lakeside Wedding
Other Attractions
Big Bear Zoo
A visit to Moonridge Animal Park makes for great family fun. Open weekends year-round and daily throughout the summer, the 11-acre Park serves as temporary quarters for orphaned and injured wildlife until they can be returned to their natural habitat. Permanent "residents" include a family of Grizzly bears, bobcats, wolves, mountain lion and snow leopard, as well as dozens of smaller animals, such as coyotes, foxes, eagles and other birds. A pair of bison, reflecting the ancient wildlife of the region, also lives at the Park. Both guided and self-guided tours are available and provide an excellent first-hand look into mountain wildlife and the delicate balance of nature.
Golf in Big Bear
Adjacent to Moonridge Animal Park, golfers find their own alpine paradise at Bear Mountain Golf Course, 9-holes of mountain meadows, streams and challenging fairways. Open May through November; this regulation course is located at the base of Bear Mountain Ski Resort. Balls fly higher and farther at Bear Mountain Golf Course. Stuff to do in Big Bear
Big Bear History
Big Bear History
Big Bear Valley was first occupied by the Serrano Indians approximately 3,000 years ago. In 1845, while in pursuit of Indians, Benjamin D. Wilson discovered and named Bear Valley because "the place was alive with bears!" In 1860 William Holcomb was hunting bear and discovered gold instead! What followed was Southern California's largest gold rush.

Big Bear's first dam, completed in 1884, was soon followed by the Valley's first hotel in 1888. In 1949 the first ski resort opened and Big Bear Lake soon became Southern California's favorite mountain getaway.
Hollywood also has a history in Big Bear. Since the filming of "The Call of the North" in 1914, so many motion pictures have been shot in Big Bear Valley that it has been called "Hollywood's back lot."
"Paint Your Wagon," "The Parent Trap," "Bonanza," "Kissin' Cousins," "Yukon Gold" and "Dr. Dolittle" are just a few of the memorable films that have been shot on location in Big Bear Valley. History of Big Bear
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Friday, January 23, 2015

Frequently asked questions for your Cabins 4 less stay

Frequently Asked Questions

Applicable to Cabins o to 59. For private homes, please check individual descriptions.


Or TEXT US! (909) 547-5686 for immediate answers to your questions!


When is check-in/out time?
Normal check-in time is 2pm. Check-out time is 11am. We don't make you wait till 4-5pm for check-in. We invite you to check in early and we will do the best to push your cabin ahead. Or if it is open come on up and enjoy! Private home renters: your check-in time may be 4pm.
What do I need to bring?
Please bring bed sheets, pillow cases and towels for use during your cabin stay. We provide heavy comforters, blankets, and pillows. Optionally, we provide linens and towels at $6 per bed (2 bed sheets, 4 pillow cases, 2 towels and 2 face towels.)
What is included with kitchens?
If your cabin has a kitchen it will have a refrigerator, stove/oven, pots, pans, dishes and silverware. Cabins 5, 6, 13, 16, 21, 24, and 26 have short fridges. Cabins 42 to 47 have only a small fridge, microwave and coffee pot (no kitchen.) All cabins have charcoal BBQ and picnic table.
Do cabins come with TV?
We have tv and cable in all cabins. Most come with dvd players. Cable boxes with hundreds of channels.
Is Wi-Fi provided?
Cabins4Less cabins 0 to 59 come with open Wifi, no password required. Look for open signal (Cabins4less) and connect!
Do cabins come with fireplaces?
If your cabin describes a fireplace then it is wood-burning and we have discounted wood here at only $5/bundle. We also have discounted fire logs. Gas fireplace means just that - gas, no wood - and operates by thermostat on the wall.
Do cabins come with heaters?
Each cabin has a heater and operates by thermostat on the wall.
Are cabins pet-friendly?
All Cabins4less cabins and condos are pet-friendly. Only $9 for 1 to 2 pets for the entire stay. Tidy up after your pet(s), help keep our cabins clean, and we'll put you on the "no pet-fee list!" Enjoy our pet areas and campground-style atmosphere outside your cabin. Our hiking trails, bikes and water crafts are all pet friendly!
What about parking?
We provide 1 car spot per bedroom. For boats and trailers call ahead of time we will accommodate.
What are the road conditions in Big Bear?
We send out road conditions the morning of your arrival - please do not call. We also have a link on our website which provides up-to-date road conditions and whether or not chains are required - click here. If chains are required we let you know the best prices at the base of Bear Mountain. If you need chains during your stay, or upon check-out, Cabins4less now provides chains and installations! 

Thursday, January 22, 2015

where to eat in Big Bear

  • Ron and Pat have been in Big Bear since 1989
  •  and have visited the local restaurants numerous times each.
  • We only suggest Eating establishments that we patronize.

                                                                                                       Big Bear Cabins 4 Less review

Grizzly Manor Café      Healthy Portions, 

(909) 866-6226
Location: 41268 Big Bear Blvd.
Cuisine Type: American
Amenities: Takeout

Big Bear Mountain Brewery   Nice setting

(909) 866-2337
Location: 40260 Big Bear Blvd.
Cuisine Type: Continental/American
Amenities: Takeout, Bar, Entertainment, Outdoor Seating, Pets Welcomed

Old Country Inn                          average

(909) 866-5600
Location: 41126 Big Bear Blvd.
Cuisine Type: American
Amenities: Takeout, Outdoor Patio, Large Parties, Catering Full Service Bar, Wireless Internet, Pets (allowed on patio)

Himalayan Restaurant            Very good,                                    nice price at lunch

(909) 866-2907
Location: 672 Pine Knot Ave #2 (Village Area)
Cuisine Type: Nepalese/Indian
Amenities: Takeout, Bar, Delivery (within Village area)

Amangela's Sandwich and Bagel House                                                        Herd it's ok

(909) 878-0015
Location: 40729 Village Dr.
Cuisine Type: Deli/American
Amenities: Takeout, Breakfast, Party Platters, Vegetarian menu, free wireless internet

Big Bear Lake Brewing Company $5 beers

Opening Soon! - April 21, 2014
Phone: (909) 878-0283
Location: 40827 Stone Rd., Big Bear Lake
Cuisine Type: Contemporary & American
Amenities: Take out, Catering, Craft Brewed Beer

Sweet Basil Bistro          Quaint setting 

(909) 866-9212
Location: 40629 Big Bear Blvd. (Village area)
Cuisine Type: Fresh Italian
Amenities: Takeout, Bar, Catering

Noble Romans Pizza  good for kids, Ice                                                      skating

(909) 866-7499
Location: 40679 Big Bear Blvd. (@ Big Bear Funplex)
Cuisine Type: American
Amenities: Takeout, Bar, Entertainment, Banquets

Evergreen International  Pricey with View

(909) 878-5588
Location: 40771 Big Bear Blvd.
Cuisine Type: Steak/Seafood
Amenities: Takeout, Bar, Reservations Accepted, Catering & Banquets, Outdoor Seating, Pets Welcomed, Weddings

Murray’s Saloon & Eatery  good food Bar                                           setting

(909) 866-1444
Location: 672 Cottage Lane
Cuisine Type: American
Amenities: Bar, Pool Table, Karaoke, Outdoor Seating, Take-out, Large Parties, Wireless Internet, Catering 

Captain's Anchorage Great clam chowder                                  and salad bar

(909) 866-3997
Location: 42148 Moonridge Way
Cuisine Type: Steak/Seafood
Amenities: Bar, Reservations Accepted

Dynasty                            NG

(909) 866-7887
Location: 40989 Big Bear Blvd.
Cuisine Type: Chinese
Amenities: Takeout, Delivery, Reservations

The Cave         Fun Bands and Ok food

The Cave in the Village is creating “A Better Big Bear” with night life and social activities. Enjoy live concerts and entertainment every weekend!

The Cowboy Steakhouse & Saloon  Good

(909) 866-1486
Location: 40433 Lakeview Dr.
Cuisine Type: Steakhouse
Amenities: Outdoor Patio, Semi-Private Rooms, Large Parties, Wireless Internet, Catering, Limited Takeout

Royal Thai Café         Good food-Location

(909) 866-2808
Location: 40766 Village Dr.
Cuisine Type: Thai
Amenities: Takeout, Vegetarian menu, Outside Seating, Delivery

The Pines Lakefront               Very New

(909) 866-5400
Location: 350 Alden Road
Cuisine Type: American/Seafood/Steaks/Game/Vegetarian
Amenities: Takeout, Banquet Room, Vegetarian, Heated Outdoor Patio, Complimentary Boat Slips

Peppercorn Grille          Good food -                                                             Service

(909) 866-5405
Location: 553 Pine Knot Ave.
Cuisine Type: Contemporary American
Amenities: Outdoor Seating, Online Reservations, Takeout

Madlon's Restaurant

(909) 585-3762
Location: 829 W. Big Bear Blvd., Big Bear City
Cuisine Type: French Country Cuisine
Amenities: Take Out, Extensive Beer and Wine List, Reservations accepted, Private Events

Nottinghams Restaurant NY Pizza

(909) 866-4644
Location: 40797 Big Bear Blvd. (in Village Area)
Cuisine Type: American/Steak/Seafood
Amenities: Bar, Entertainment, Outdoor Seating 

Bear Belly Deli           Heard it good

(909) 585-4266
Location: 42530 Moonridge Rd.
Cuisine Type: Deli
Amenities: Takeout, Catering, Outdoor Seating, Pets Allowed