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Built by a Vallejo valley dairyman in the 1930s on the west shore of the nation's second deepest lake, the inn has a huge stone

fireplace in the parlor, hand-hewn beams and pine paneling restored to their naturally aged golden color. The generous use of indigenous rock in the walls and fireplace blends into the natural surroundings. European and American antiques are accented with fabrics by Laura Ashley, and together with the large beds, puffy down 

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comforters and pillows give a luxurious country feel to the inn.

After your first stay in the comfort of the inn close by the shore's of Lake Tahoe, you will agree with Mark Twain that this is the "masterpiece of the universe."

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Rockwood Lodge � Toll Free Phone: 800-Le Tahoe

Address:

5295 West Lake Blvd, Box 226
Homewood, California, USA  96141-0226

Toll Free Phone: 800-538-2463    Phone: 530-525-5273     Fax: 530-525-5949