Everything about Sleeping Bear speaks of comfort, charm and coziness. Chinked walls and tin ceilings add to the Old-World atmosphere. The snug living room’s knotty pine walls and floor coupled with the rustic wood accent pieces give it a feeling of light and warmth. A cozy, upholstered sofa with nail head trim is an inviting spot to curl up and enjoy your favorite show on the large, flat-screen cable HDTV. A farmhouse table for four at the far end of the living room is a great spot to enjoy a family meal or a board game. The small but complete kitchen includes a double sink, full-size fridge, microwave, stovetop, toaster and enough cookware and utensils for you to prepare anything from a country breakfast to an afternoon snack.
To ensure you and your family are fresh and ready for the amazing sporting activities the area has to offer, Sleeping Bear has two bedrooms with room to sleep up to six people. One roomy bedroom boasts two comfortable queen-size beds set among unique tree trunk pillars. An overhead ceiling fan lulls the occupants to sleep. The second bedroom features a full-size bed and access to the shared deck via a set of sliding glass doors. The full bathroom has a shower/tub combo and is well stocked with clean, fluffy towels.
Sleeping Bear is easy to access through a front deck level. Out back is a large, partially covered shared deck with multiple chairs plus a gas grill, making it an ideal setting for hosting a barbecue.
Built by an experienced carpenter in the 1940s, Sleeping Bear is one of six larger cabins that make up the Bear Mountain Lodge group of cabins; they’re a great choice for multiple families traveling together! These cabins have been updated to provide modern convenience while still retaining their original vintage look. Honey-colored, stone and knotty pine walls and ceilings blend with the warm tones of the bedding, carpet and window coverings to add to the overall cozy feel, while beautiful handcrafted details show up in the most unexpected places.
Conveniently located near the Village of Ruidoso, the Bear Mountain Lodge cabins are just minutes from restaurants, shopping and interesting art galleries. The surrounding area is loaded with opportunities for outdoor adventurers, from skiing at the nearby Ski Apache resort to hiking and mountain biking in Lincoln National Forest. During the summer, Ruidoso Downs Racetrack features horse racing while, northeast of the village, history buffs can enjoy exploring the 19th Century adobe and stone buildings and museum of the Lincoln Historic Site. There’s something for everyone in Ruidoso, so book your mountain stay today!
Please remember that Ruidoso is a mountain town with snow and icy conditions during the winter. This can affect driving and parking conditions regardless of the property, driveway, or roads. 4x4 or chains may be required for during the winter months.
If booking within 48 hours of arrival, please call 575-258-5200 during business hours.
- Coffee Maker
- Full Kitchen
- Medical Srvs Nearby
- Outlet Shopping
- Nearby Grocery
- Bedroom #1 (2 Queens)
- Bedroom #2 (1 Double)
- Ceiling Fans
- Neighborhood - Apache Village
- Cable Television
301 Mechem Drive
If your reservation is within 45 days, full payment is required. A reservation deposit of $300 is required for amounts up to $1,000. A deposit of $1,000 for booking amounts $4,000 and up is required. All deposits must be paid at the time of booking. The deposit is applied toward the total amount due and is only refundable within 48 hours of booking. CANCELLATIONS: After 48 hours of booking, if canceled, or in case of no-show, the total amount of the reservation will be charged.