The Clifford House at Lake Almanor

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From $164 / night

837 Lake Ridge Road, Lake Almanor, CA 96137
The Clifford House at Lake Almanor
3 bedrooms
8 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 8
Type: Chalet
Per week: $1,150
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Lake Almanor vacation chalet rental
The Clifford House at Lake Almanor, with the ambience of a rustic high country lodge in an upscale, quiet, and wooded neighborhood, is close to the swimming beach, boat docks and launch, tennis courts, and golf course in the security of a gated community. Amidst the pines and firs, lovely views of Lake Almanor and Dyer Mountain make this a destination for a relaxed vacation. Savor the view and the brisk mountain mornings on the sunny deck, and finish the day with a round of golf or a quiet cruise on the lake.

Lake Almanor Country Club is a gorgeous private gated community in the tall pines at the end of a peninsula that extends into Lake Almanor. Amenities include a 9-hole golf course, tennis courts, volleyball courts, picnic and play areas, swimming beaches, and boat launching facilities. This serene and secure setting provides a wonderful atmosphere for family recreation and vacations!

John Roe

Area Information
Lake Almanor is located 4500 feet elevation and has 52 miles of shoreline with spectacular views of Mount Lassen and Dyer Mountain. Summer lake surface temperatures are 75 degrees and ideal for water-skiing, sailing, sailboarding, and jet-skiing. There is year-round fishing for rainbow and
brown trout, small-mouth bass, and famous Eagle Lake trout.
Private boat slips and patio boats are available for rent at the marinas and there are 3 golf courses around the lake, including the nearby 18-hole championship PGA course at Bailey Creek. Lake Almanor is a recreation paradise without Tahoe crowds: 3-hour drive from Sacramento, 4 hours from San Francisco, 2 hours from Reno, 1�' hours east of Chico via Hwy 32.

Gateway to Lassen Volcanic National Park where the
Sierra Nevada and Cascade Ranges meet
Abundant streams for trout fishing
Haven for wildlife and birds
Many hiking trails nearby, including Lassen National
Numerous mountain biking and horseback riding trails

Winter recreation:
many miles of snowmobile trails
cross-country skiing
downhill skiing at nearby Stover Mountain and

About the owner

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2017 Dec 31 2017 - - $1,150 - 1 Week
Lodging tax: 9
Deposits: See contact information for details. Dianne Martin (@ Ron Martin's link shown above) will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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