Holly's Place

Holly's Place

PO Box 13197
South Lake Tahoe, California 96151
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Local Phone: (800) 745-7041

Studio cabins come equipped with kitchenettes, wood-burning stoves or gas fireplaces and outdoor gas barbecues.

The three-bedroom, two-bath Eagles Nest has a living room and a full kitchen including dishwasher. Free WiFi is available in all units. There's also a hot tub and a lodge room with fireplace and ping-pong table.

Friendly dogs under supervision are allowed to play and accompany their people off leash at this two-acre, securely fenced and gated cabin property in the Bijou area of South Lake Tahoe.

Breed restrictions:
• Pit Bulls
• Pit Bull Mixes
• Rottweilers
• Rottweiler Mixes
• Husky
• Wolf Hybrids

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Cost per dog: $15 Per Night
  • Other comments: Dogs must wear license tags and have proof of current vaccinations. Please bring a leash.

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags
  • Special treats
  • Towels and sheets (please cover furniture)

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