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Our Story

Fleur de Lac was originally built in 1915 as one of the many luxury homes designed in the French chateau-style, surrounding beautiful Lake Arrowhead. This genre borrows from the homes of the Normandie (Normandy) region of France, combined with the Craftsman-style which was popular in the Los Angeles area during the turn-of-the-century. The steep pitch of the roof and the three-story turret are French; the coved window molding and the low ceilings are Craftsman.

The Inn has been in the hands of several proud owners, each having made their individual touches. However in 1995, following a 17-year abandonment, the property underwent an extensive two-year restoration and renovation, bringing the Inn modern comforts and amenities, while maintaining the architectural integrity and old-world charm of the landmark property.

The latest incarnation of the Inn, Fleur de Lac, was inspired by the French coat of arms symbol, the fleur-de-lis. The "flower of the lily" translated beautifully into the "lake flower" and our variation of the symbol depicts the arrowhead spear, bound together by ripples of the lake.

The current proprietors of Fleur de Lac look forward to welcoming and hosting guests in Lake Arrowhead for years to come.