We found a historic mountain retreat built in the early 1950s and breathed new life into the property, combining vintage charm with modern design.

Noon Lodge at Mallard Bay strikes that perfect balance between smart clean design and rustic outdoor charm. This endearing getaway harkens back to a bygone era of exploring mountain trails, cannonballs into a lake, laughing around a campfire and gazing at stars.

Our boutique lodge is located on a quiet residential street just 1.3 miles from Big Bear Lake village center’s restaurants, shops, and activities.


1 Queen Bed
Occupancy: 2


STUDIo + Kitchen

1 Queen Bed
Occupancy: 2


1 bed + Loft, 1 bath, a-frame

2 Queen Beds
Occupancy: 4


1 bed + Loft, 2 Bath 

1 Queen Bed / 2 Twin Beds
Occupancy: 4


3 BED, 2 BATH (CABINS 8 & 11)
2 Bed + LOFT (CABIN 10)

Cabin 8: 2 Queen Beds / 2 Twins (bunk) / 1 Full
Cabin 10: 2 Queen Beds / 1 Twin / 1 Full
Cabin 11: 2 Queen Beds / 4 Twin (bunk)
Occupancy: 7-8


Noon Lodge is a cabin rental, not a hotel.  If you are looking for a concierge, bellhop, and maid at your service then a more standard hotel may be a better fit. If you want a rustic cabin, nestled in the pines, with an old school camp vibe then look no further.

Don't get us wrong, we provide you with all basic necessities; a roof over your head, heat in the winter, bed linens, one bath towel per guest, a small bottle of shampoo/conditioner and kitchens stocked with the necessary wares. We won't be stopping in daily to replenish so if you are a big group or plan to stay for a while (and we hope you do) then we suggest packing some extra toiletries and towels.

Each cabin is equipped with complimentary wifi & flat screen cable television.


What to do









What we have







Picnic Area




You will see these two around during your stay. They love Noon Lodge and work tirelessly to keep it in ship shape.

They're here to take care of the property grounds and make sure everything runs smoothly. They would be happy to assist you with any questions or issues however they are not a personal bellhop or concierge.

They love Big Bear, a good card game - feel free to challenge them to one, and sharing local stories, tips, and spots. They would love to chat with you about all of the above and will hopefully meet you around the fire pit.