Cedar Glen Lodge

Cedar Glen Lodge

6589 North Lake Blvd.
Tahoe Vista, California 96148
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Local Phone: (530) 546-4281

This elegant North Shore property is a great romantic getaway or family vacation destination with a two-story lodge and a cluster of renovated, 1950s-era, one- and two-bedroom cottages with kitchens or kitchenettes.

There's also a two-story lodge, a heated outdoor pool and hot tub, lawn area, fire pit and sandy beach across the road.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: Maximum 30 pounds
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Cost per dog: $30 Per Night
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%
  • Other comments: Only dogs that have innkeeper's prior approval are allowed.

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags
  • Cozy Dog Beds
  • Dog-friendly hiking/activity/attractions guide/listings at front desk
  • dog houses and hikes right outside the door

Cuddling
Cuddling
You’ve seen the news…and you know that Lake Tahoe has been inundated with snow this season. That’s a great turn of events not just for skiers and boarders, but for any brand of DogTrekker who enjoys navigating in and around the white stuff. We’ve sniffed out umpteen places where you and your four-legged snow angel will be welcome. Here are a few. more »
Tahoe beach dog. Photo Credit: Reno Tahoe (CC)
Tahoe beach dog. Photo Credit: Reno Tahoe (CC)
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Dog sleeping on surf board in a lake
Get away from it all in Tahoe. Carolyn Capitolo (CC)
The Sierra Nevada has already received its first dustings of snow, which means it’s time to lay plans for a winter visit to Big Blue. You’ll beat the crowds (and higher holiday prices) by planning a Tahoe visit before Dec. 15 or after the New Year’s holiday. November is also a great time to check out new digs, and we have some suggestions. more »
Rustic Cottage
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Lake Tahoe dogs
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