All bed-breakfasts around Lake Tahoe
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If you are a fan of getting there, settling in, and being on your way to an awesome Lake Tahoe beach, ski resort, bike trail, hiking trail or one of our fine dining establishments, you’ve landed on the right page.
Let us help you find the perfect Lake Tahoe lodging option so you can get out and have fun. North Lake Tahoe lodging offers unique, rustic or “all that” options to fit any budget. From resorts, to hotels, to inns, to bed & breakfasts, North Lake Tahoe has the place for you.
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Did You Know? North Lake Tahoe Historical Fun Fact:
Starting in the late 1800s, the Comstock Lode silver rush began in and around Virginia City, Nevada. Trees logged from the Tahoe Basin were needed to build the silver mines. Hearing all about this breathtaking Lake, travelers began riding the Lake Tahoe Railway from Truckee to Tahoe City, along the Truckee River. Visitors flocked to newly fashioned lodges as they stepped off the train in Tahoe City, California. Steamships carried passengers to romantic resorts on both the California and Nevada sides of Lake Tahoe. As roads were built and passable, driving became another way for visitors to experience Lake Tahoe and the Sierra. Although the railway and steamships no longer exist, the lure of the Lake has always captured the hearts of travelers in any century.
5295 West Lake Blvd, Homewood, CA 96141
Hostel Tahoe in Kings Beach
8931 N. Lake Blvd. , Kings Beach, CA 96143
Tahoma Meadows Cottages
6821 West Lake Blvd, Tahoma, CA 96142
Cottage Inn at Lake Tahoe
1690 West Lake Blvd, Tahoe, CA 96145
West Shore Cafe & Inn
5160 West Lake Blvd., Homewood, CA 96141
4725 West Lake Blvd., Homewood, CA 96141