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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Boulder reviews

  • Delightful

    "This is the 3rd or 4th timei that I have stayed at the Carriage House and I still think it is my favorite rental in all of Boulder, and I have been going to Boulder for over 20 years. The location is perfect for strolling; the place is clean as a whistle; and the amenities just as described."
    Guest: Kitty J. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 10, 2014
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  • Perfect!!

    "We rented the loft for the past two summers and are so delighted with it that we booked the property again next year. The loft is in a perfect location and within walking distance of many excellent restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores and anything else we needed. It is private, in mint condition and also has a great view of the Flat Irons. The loft is open and airy with ideal closet space. It is well-furnished and organized with the ease of the traveler in mind. The owner is very professional and responsive without being intrusive. She checked on us to make sure that our visit was nothing less than stellar. It was great to be able to ride our bikes out the front door and be outside the city in a matter of minutes. There are many options of places to ride bikes, go hiking or just sit and relax. We highly recommend this property and look forward to our stay next summer."
    Guest: Charlotte S. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: October 2, 2014
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  • Beautiful space, very comfortable, good location.

    "We had a great time. Thank you Kim and Asa!"
    Guest: Corina and Steele Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 16, 2015
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  • Spectacular House and Setting, but Beware of Altitude

    "There's not much that I can add to the reviews of the house itself. Everything others have said is true: The house is spectacular, the owner does a great job of making you feel at home, and the setting is amazing. That said, I think there's something that's only been addressed tangentially in the other reviews, and that's the effect of altitude on people who may not be in tip-top shape. Our group was made up of 6 mostly sedentary people around 60 years of age who flew in from coastal areas like Portland, Oregon, and Birmingham, Alabama. We went from the airport directly to the rental house (altitude 8600 feet) and began drinking wine and catching up with each other after not having seen each other for a few years. The next morning, half of us had blinding headaches, rapid heartbeats, and a just generally crappy feeling. It only got worse as the day progressed. Finally someone thought to Google our symptoms, and it turned out we were suffering from altitude sickness. Worse, since we were totally unaware that this could be an issue and how to protect ourselves, we'd done pretty much everything wrong since arriving at Denver International Airport. It also turns out that altitude sickness can become acute at altitudes above 8000 feet. We piled into the car and headed down into Boulder, 3000 feet lower in altitude, and immediately began to feel better. One of our party nearly collapsed trying to walk to the car. Another party member had sleep apnea, and his CPAP machine failed to auto-adjust for the significant altitude shift, leading to other problems. So, if you are older and/or have respiratory issues, give serious thought to spending a few days in Denver before ascending to this house. Regardless, you should be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness and the palliative measures: Drink at least twice as much water as you normally do, take anti-inflammatories like aspirin or ibuprofen, and, if you still feel like there's a giant kneeling on your chest, head down to Boulder or Golden. There's plenty to see and do, and you'll start feeling better very quickly. Do seek out web sites that discuss the physiology of altitude sickness, and do what you can to prepare yourself for the visit. We lost 3 days to the change from sea level to 8600 feet; we were in the house for 8 days, and the last 5 were really great. The first 3 were borderline miserable with people talking about trips to the ER. I’ve suggested to Beryle that he include some info on altitude sickness"
    Guest: Paul H Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: December 2, 2014
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