What once was the mansion’s historic carriage and tack room is now a secluded and spacious two-room suite named after one of Big Bear’s most famous outdoorsmen. Ted Ducey visited the valley on his honeymoon in 1916 and never left. Tales of Ducey’s pet bald eagle and tame wildcat were printed and broadcast throughout the country. This rustic, Native American adorned suite features large timbers, wraparound windows, skylights, an oversized jacuzzi tub for two, accented by mission-style tiles situated next to a vintage, wood-burning stove. Relax surrounded in rich, earthy tones and aged knotty pine accents
Rest easy in the suite’s grande, artisan log framed bed, unique in both character and charm, and enjoy private access to the manor’s expansive veranda. The Ted Ducey suite is the perfect space for the discriminating and romantic couple who treasure their privacy as much as they appreciate true old-world, rustic accommodations. But we have to warn you – you may be inclined to stay indefinitely just as Ted Ducey did.
Max capacity: 4 guests
Standard room rate: $299 per night (plus tax)