This Southern California Mountain Town Is Buzzing During Ski Season — and It Just Got the Chicest New Cabins
Noble + Proper is super cozy and oh so cool.
Big Bear, California just welcomed a brand-new place to stay that’s a throwback classic.
In January, Noble + Proper opened its doors, ushering in a new era of luxury-meets-rustic energy in the busy Southern California mountain town. And it’s all designed by Sara Simon, a Los Angeles-based interior designer.
“I like to push the limits, and my motto is, ‘Bringing hospitality home.’ I am an avid traveler and draw so much inspiration from time spent in different locations around the world,” Simon said in a statement provided to Travel + Leisure. “I continuously strive to design places that really make people feel like they are at some kick-ass place on vacation, so when my husband and I acquired this property, it was the perfect opportunity to make my vision come to life.”
Simon added that the eight cabins are named after her and her husband’s grandparents, and themed after that person, making them all feel inviting and warm, just as a hug from a grandparent would.
Each cabin, ranging from two to four bedrooms, comes with private baths, mini-fridges, complimentary coffee and sparkling water, air conditioning, and heat (perfect for year-round visits), as well as the ultimate Southern California luxury: Parachute Home linens.
The largest cabin, known as Orville’s Lodge, is ideal for those on a group getaway, as it comes with 3,000 square feet of space, including a full dining room, game room, eat-in kitchen, a hot tub, a private patio, and enough space for up to 14 guests. It also comes decked out in a moody emerald green hue, with rich leather furnishings, black-tiled bathrooms, and vintage art for just the right backdrop to your mountain stay.
“I had in mind the traveler looking for something cool, funky, and unique. Something that is out of the ordinary,” Simon said of the people she envisioned booking her cozy accommodations. “This is not the place you are coming to if you are wanting a bear carved out of wood. These places are timeless with a bit of a twist, the ultimate environment for people who want to relax after a long day on the slopes, lake, or trails. And if you like a good selfie, we got you covered.”
See more about the cabins, which begin at $495 per night, here.
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