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In the 1930's, an aqueduct tunnel was created straight through Mt. San Jacinto to the thirsty fields of the Hemet Valley. The gentleman who owned the half acre parcel adjacent to the Fireside Inn was able to acquire the railroad ties after the aqueduct project was completed, and knitted them together to create an extremely quaint and cute cabin. This cabin features an airy living room with a huge, stone fireplace which reaches from floor to ceiling, and even protrudes through the ceiling to form a chimney. It has a loft area where the queen bed and single bed are, and has a fantastic view of the living room below. The Lodge house has a wood paneled kitchen, a bedroom loft and a spacious deck with chairs, tables and barbeque. From its moose decor to its tree branch door handles, this cottage is a real treasure. Some Fireside Inn patrons insist on staying at the Lodge House and would rather change their travel plans than miss the opportunity to stay here. This cottage sleeps up to three people in perfect rustic comfort with charm to spare.
$130 Weekdays; $145 Fri, Sat, Sun;
Current Special: Stay 2 nights, get 3rd night free!*
Weekly Rate: $695- TWO FREE WEEKNIGHTS!*
*Just mention the special you would like to use
*Not valid on holidays or special events
*Limited to Availability.
*Free night in stay is of equal or lesser value.
*Only one special may be used at a time
- Wood Burning Fireplace
- Air Conditioning
- DVD Player
- Full cable television
- Coffee maker and refrigerator
- Complimentary coffee Pouches provided
- Local restaurant and menu guides available in office
- Access to Barbecue, common patio and picnic areas