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about us

Cozy Cottages on Lake Tahoe's West Shore

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round house with stairs
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About the cottages

Tahoma Meadows has a mixed history.  Half the buildings are original to the site and the rest were moved here from the original Homewood Lodge just prior to the 1960 Olympics at Squaw Valley.   The cottages were used as worker and press housing for the cross country ski events that were held just down the block in Sugar Pine Pt State Park.   
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What they say about us!

Ski Mag Feb 2011

Local Getaways

Fido Friendly Magazine Article link

Fido Friendly Mag Link

SF Chronicle/SF Gate

Ski Magazine - Tahoe Guide

Snow Magazine

2009 Best B&B - KCRA A-List - Best B&B

Pet Friendly Beaches - Local Get Aways

KCBS on the "Eye on the Bay" Lake Tahoe Bargins Special

Sunset Magazine- Hiking the Rubicon at DL Bliss State Park

Budget Travel Online - Shut up and Ski

Sacramento Bee - Outdoors, Slopes less Traveled.

New York Times - Real Powder Hounds Allowed

Dogfriendly.com - Winner of the "Golden Bone" award for exceptional service
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Free Wifi

Free Wifi for all our guests.  Depending on your carrier local cell service can be spotty in the mountains.   Take advantage of this and get off the grid.  Try it you might like it.   

Gear Rentals

West Shore Sports, Homewood, 530-525-9920: Bike, kayak, paddle board, ski, board, snowshoe rentals and more. 

Tahoe Daves: Tahoe City 530- 583-6415Skis, boards and gear. 
Olympic Bike Shop, Tahoe City (530) 581-2500:  Bikes, repairs and gear. 


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About your hosts

Ulli and Dick both have extensive backgrounds in hotel and resort management. Dick worked at his family's summer resort for most of his life as well as having worked at or managed other resorts and recreation based businesses. Ulli is a graduate of the Steigenberger Hotel School near Munich Germany and has worked for Intercontinental and Kempinski Hotels in Germany. We hope that our backgrounds will help us serve you well. Our goal is to make you feel right at home.

We have lived in the area full time since 1995, but we feel that you shouldn't have to be a local to know about all the hidden gems that Lake Tahoe has to offer. All of us are avid outdoors people so we can point you in the right direction for just about any activity. We encourage our guests to not be shy about asking questions. No question is too silly, it's only silly not to ask.

We hope you include a stay at our bed and breakfast as a part of your Tahoe experience. We are looking forward to meeting you.

- Dick and Ulli White and the Staff of Tahoma Meadows