This 1920s forest service cabin is now a cozy retreat for two

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The Wildflower cabin was built in the 1920s and originally used as housing for forest service employees. Now some 80 years later, it has been lovingly renovated as the perfect couple’s getaway. It’s situated inside the San Bernardino National Forest—dubbed the Alps of Southern California—on the gorgeous Lake Arrowhead. Hiking and beach clubs are a short stroll away (and in the winter, so is excellent skiing), but we won’t judge if you spend the weekend hunkered down reading in the numerous nooks, cooking in the fully-equipped kitchen, or relaxing by the fireplace.

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