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Outdoor Getaway in Big Bear
You can stay in a condo or cabin, but the point of a getaway is to let someone else take care of you, and there are plenty of motels, inns, and full-service hotels to choose from. Make sure to check for weekend packages and deals — there are great bargains, especially in the summer. If you want to stay in The Village, we recommend the rustic (think knotty pine and country-pattern fabrics) Northwoods Resort (rooms from $139/night). It has a heated pool and onsite restaurant and bar, Stillwells.
For something a bit more remote, the Windy Point Inn (rooms from $155/night) is the only bed and breakfast perched right on the lake with wraparound windows and great views, private decks, and wood-burning fireplaces. It's more modern in design than a lot of the woodsy accommodations in the area. Take note: It's called Windy Point for a reason. The North Shore gets some gusts.
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