I have been wanting to visit Lake Tahoe for a long time now, but it wasn’t until this year that I finally made that happen! The the clear blue waters, snow-capped mountains, pine forests were even more beautiful in person than the pictures I’ve seen on social media. I had the pleasure of staying at Wylder Hotel Hope Valley and trust me, these are the best cabin rentals in Lake Tahoe!
Activities offered at or near these Cabin Rentals in Lake Tahoe:
- On property and nearby hiking trails
- Fly Fishing
- Wood Fire Sauna
- Nearby Hot Springs
- Mountain Biking
- Paddle-Boarding or Kayaking
- Live Music on Weekends
- On property Cafe and Restaurant
Land Acknowledgement: Washoe Lands. Find what Native Land you are visiting by using the app Native Land! I encourage you to read the history and culture of the Indigenous people who’s land you are visiting!
All photos in collaboration with Johnathon DeSoto.
Disclaimer: I always want to be 100% transparent with you all. We were offered 2 nights for trade at Wylder Hotel. This blog post is not part of that negotiated trade and all opinions are my own.
Best Cabins to Rent in Lake Tahoe
About Wylder Hotel Hope Valley
This 165 acre resort sits in the Sierra Nevada mountains surrounded by a stunning pine forest. Wylder Hotel Hope Valley offers so many different ways to stay and escape outdoors. I LOVE the cabin we stayed at, but definitely want to go back and check out the Yurts too.
- 30 unique cabins
- A fully restored 1957 Spartan Trailer
- 13 tent and RV sites
- 7 custom Yurts
Where are the Cabins Located?
This mountain resort is located just 25 miles south of Lake Tahoe and is situated near some of the best trails and outdoor activities.
- Located 1 hour from Reno-Tahoe Airport
- 2 hours from Sacramento
- 3 hours from the Bay Area
Book a Unique Cabin Rental in Lake Tahoe (or Yurt!)
Use my Code SPRING10 for a discount for bookings until May 20th
My Itinerary at the Cabin Rentals in Lake Tahoe
- 4:00 pm Check in and grab a glass of wine from the front desk and make dinner and sauna reservations
- 6:00 pm Dinner at Sorensen’s Cafe on the property
- 7:30 pm Sauna
- 8:30 pm Board Game and Wine in front of the Fireplace in our cabin
- 8:00 am Breakfast at Sorensen’s (had it delivered to our cabin)
- 9:00 am Photos of the cabin
- 10:00 am Leave for Lake Tahoe
- 11:00 am Hike around Emerald Bay Lookout and take photos
- 01:00 pm Grab lunch to go from Bert’s Cafe and eat it at El Dorado Beach
- 02:00 pm Paddle boarding at El Dorado Beach
- 03:30 pm Naps on the beach at Sand Harbor Beach
- 04:30 pm Photos and sunset paddle board
- 08:00 pm Dinner outdoors at MacDuff’s Pub
- 09:30 pm Relax in our cabin by the fire
- 8:00 am Breakfast and Mimosas at the cabin
- 9:30 am Sauna and showers
- 10:30 am Pack up our car
- 11:00 am answer emails on the front desk outdoor patio before saying goodbye!
Save for Later! and Let me know in the comments whether you would book a cabin, yurt or vintage trailer!