Stay in a Real Log Cabin built in 1915 with modern comforts

Rockwood Cabins are tucked away in the mountains of the San Bernardino National Forest in the small town of Twin Peaks (pop. 1501), between Lake Arrowhead and Lake Gregory, in Southern California. Even though hiking, sledding, shopping and eating are popular with mountain visitors, many of our guests have shared that their preference was to stay in, enjoy the cabin and property.

What you’ll find here
Hot tub under the stars, mountain air, birds chirping, majestic trees, a real log & rock cabin, privacy, history, piles of blankets, dark nights, a fire pit, BBQ, relaxation, rocking chairs, eclectic library, board games, puzzles, plush towels, coffee, a vintage stove that makes the best grilled cheese (& pancakes), fireplaces, hot chocolate, popcorn, wifi, Netflix, Amazon Prime, your dog, hiking, the fire lookout, magical coziness & the best sleep you’ve had in forever.

 

 A little history…

First known as Rockwood Lodge, our main cabin was built in 1915 by Arthur E. Scoles (A.E.) using large rocks, boulders and logs from local trees. A.E. had each log boiled in oil, twice, for preservation. A.E. was a civil engineer and an employee of John D. Rockefeller. In January of 2017, we purchased the cabins and after many updates, Rockwood Lodge was opened to the public as part of Rockwood Cabins in April of 2018.

When you visit, you’re sure to be mesmerized with the cabin’s iconic craftsmanship. Staying as a guest, you’ll appreciate how the strategic placement of the lodge on the mountainside creates a magically soft breeze throughout the rooms and the sun is never too bright inside. In the winter, you’ll be amazed how the rocks retain heat and keep rooms cozy, even with the heating turned down.

To us, A.E. Scoles was a genius, and it’s clear that he built Rockwood Lodge to last for hundreds of years to come. We’re forever thankful to A.E. Scoles’ creativity and smart design. More history here.

  

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 “This place is so magical that I proposed to my girlfriend here!  We’re definitely returning and now this place is part of our lives”  – Alex

 

 We want you to feel welcome, relaxed, and cozy, so let us know if you have a special request.  We love making your visit easy and memorable.

 Dogs are welcome but you must call us first to make arrangements in advance.  (Sorry, no cats are invited to stay). 

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 Daffodils grow wild in month of April.

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