Move to Tahoe for a Week: Here's The Family-Friendly AirBnB You Need - 510 Families

Move to Tahoe for a Week: Here’s The Family-Friendly AirBnB You Need

Perfect for two families to stay together, this North Tahoe condo includes four bedrooms that can sleep a total of 12 people — or more comfortably, two couples and four or five children. Come back from an afternoon of snow-shoeing or snowman-building to a comfortable rental set up with families in mind.

Why pick this Tahoe AirBnB for a Work-From-Tahoe Week?

Disclosure: The owner is a {510} Families contributor and we may earn a commission if you book through a link in this post.

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The unit features high-speed Google wi-fi, so remote work and school are possible.

With high ceilings and plenty of windows, there’s space to enjoy the light, and enough bedrooms to shut the door for a conference call.

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The nightly rate is in the $200 range before the end of 2020, but if you’re new to AirBnB, be warned that there are cleaning and service fees with every stay, so a four-night stay is more like $1200 than $800.

It is equipped with a washer/dryer in the unit, which is in a complex of townhouses located close to shops and restaurants. (If you’re thinking ahead – the communal swimming pool opens after Memorial Day.)

The housing complex is located right near Skylandia Park and not far from King’s Beach, if you’re thinking about next Spring for lake and beach fun. For those who are thinking about fun in the snow this winter, this AirBnB is about 15 minutes by car from the Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski resorts and just a couple of blocks from cross country skiing at Tahoe Cross Country.

The layout is ideal for families.

Upstairs: A great room offers an open kitchen, wood fireplace, dining for 8-9 at the table, and four at the bar. An Apple TV is installed for cozy movie nights.

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The kitchen is ready for group meal prep, but if you were imagining a break from all that, rest assured that many Tahoe City restaurants deliver. In nice weather, you can even walk to Sugar Pine Cakery and Cafe for coffee or sandwiches, less than 15 minutes (or 20 minutes with little ones).

Further upstairs, you’ll find a full bath w/ shower and a bedroom with a queen and two twin beds (sleeps 4).

The middle floor, onto which the front door opens, includes a full-over-full bunk bedroom (so much fun!) and a half-bath.

Downstairs is for the parents: two bedrooms with queen-sized beds, one of which has a slider opening to a deck.  A full bath includes a bathtub-shower combo.

 

Check pricing and availability for this AirBnB now >

Do you prefer to stay closer to skiing? Here’s a map of lodging that’s closer to the mountains than the Lake.

[all photos courtesy of owner]

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