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Recent Front Range reviews

  • Long weekend, great atmosphere, and very comfortable

    "We stayed at the cabin 3 nights - they were great. Surrounded by trees, wood stove, blankets and equipped kitchen. It was everything we needed. The nearby town Nederland had great restaurants and ice cream parlor. We loved the area - great choice!"
    Guest: Milla Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 22, 2014
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  • What a gem!

    "What a great way to spend a long deserved weekend! We had 4 adults, a 3 year old, and a 2 year old and our stay could not have been better! Every detail was thought out and every one of us was more than comfortable! Between the river mere steps outside the door, a connected spa (offering incredible massages!), and a beautiful and bustling town within walking distance, this trip was better than we could have imagined!"
    Guest: BSBMiller Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 8, 2014
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  • It was Perfect

    "This was the first time in Estes Park. The Condo was wonderful. So much more than I had expected. Thank You"
    Guest: Denise R. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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  • Location, Location, Location!

    "House on the Rocks is in a perfect place. The house is close to town but not right in the fray. It's close to the National Park but not on the main drag. It has a breathtaking view but there are no mountain roads to climb. It is in a neighborhood but the neighbors aren't right on top of you. The house is older in an established neighborhood just a stone's throw from Estes Park and RMNP. The rooms are large and everything was very clean when we arrived. The laundry area is very nice and the 2 women who stayed on the top floor (our sisters) were delighted to find a laundry chute so they didn't have to come downstairs to drop off their dirty clothes. We didn't use the washer and dryer much but, when we did, laundry detergent was supplied. Nice for us so that we didn't have to buy it and then leave it when we flew home. There is an iron and ironing board, too! I used them and was glad they are there. The bathrooms are older but I love the tan colored tub, sink and toilet. My husband and I were in the basement bedroom and used the downstairs bathroom. The shower in that bathroom is amazing! Plenty of lovely hot water and tremendous water pressure. The house is equipped with huge fluffy towels too! The kitchen is well equipped but we didn't use it much. We cooked a few meals but mostly ate out or packed picnic lunches to eat while we explored. We were thankful for the coffee maker and for the dishwasher. The bedrooms are quite large with lots of closet space and chest of drawers for all belongings. I had a little trouble finding a bed that was comfortable for me and my husband together. On the third night one of the sisters discovered a foam mattress cover in her closet and we put that on our bed. After that I slept like a rock. The living area is very large with a big fireplace and three sofas. We rearranged the furniture a bit (fixed it before we left) so that the 2 largest sofas faced the TV. The living room area includes the dining room table. It easily seats 6 people and has a gorgeous view. The view . . . STUPENDOUS! It changes constantly and is always stunning. There is a very large deck that we used often, especially as the sun rose and set. We were there during the elk rut and could listen to elk bugling in the distance. The stars are amazing and, on a clear night you can see the Milky Way. House on the Rocks is not fancy but it's wonderful. We would love to stay here again. It is so quiet and in such a beautiful spot."
    Guest: Jamie S. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 25, 2014
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Front Range Travel Tips

Colorado’s Front Range, a Great Vacation Destination

The "Front Range" is a colloquial term for the area located just east of the foothills of the Front Range. It covers the areas of Boulder, Black Hawk, Central City, Clear Creek County, Estes Park, Fort Collins, Golden, Greeley, Longmont, Loveland and Nederland. Situated less than an hour’s drive from Denver and its major airport, you will find yourself in the foothills of the Front Range Mountains. Average temperatures here are in the mid-20s Fahrenheit in winter to the high-80s Fahrenheit in summer.

Getting around this beautiful area could not be easier. Good interstate and main highways make accessing each of the wonderful cities and towns simple and convenient. In fact, there are more scenic and historic drives within easy distance of our Front Range vacation homes than any other state in the country.

An Ideal Outdoor Experience for the Whole Family

For a vacation where outdoor activities and sight-seeing are high on your "to do" list, you will be delighted with a Front Range lodging. Wherever you choose as a base your vacation, you will find plenty to do and see. It is said that the Front Range inspired the words for "America the Beautiful" and once here, you will understand why. To see the panorama that inspired these words, take the Pikes Peak Cog Railway. On the trip, you will pass by some of the oldest living things on earth--the bristlecone pines. Some of which are over 2,000 years old! Give the kids a taste of farm life by visiting a real working farm. Or visit the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest and Pawnee National Grasslands for 1.5 million acres of wilderness with activities like horse riding, hiking and biking in summer and snowmobiling in winter.

For less active day trips, there are a variety of wonderful drives. The Mount Evans Scenic and Historic Byway will not only provide glorious views, it is also one of the best places to catch sight of the local bighorn sheep. The historic Lariet Loop encompasses the stunning Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, the town of Golden--famous for the Coors Brewery--and the sight of the grave of Wild Bill Cody, also known as Buffalo Bill. In Central City, the Victorian age opera house is worth a visit along with the historic Moffat Tunnel. A detour will take you to the ghost towns of Hesse and Apex.

The Majesty of the Mountains

If truly spectacular scenery is a must for your perfect destination, the obvious place to find view after amazing view is the Rocky Mountains. Winter here brings world-famous skiing and the fun continues throughout the year. Whether you want to ride a horse or a bike or just hike, there are an abundance of trails to explore, from easy to death-defying! Just imagine choosing one of our Front Range vacation rentals with the Rocky Mountains as your backdrop!

Pick a Vacation Home on the Front Range

The main reasons why vacationers choose our Front Range vacation homes are convenience, space and choice. We have a wide variety homes in whatever location best suits you, with as much space as you desire. Each home is equipped with everything needed to make the perfect vacation. Property owners are often available to assist with any last minute queries and recommendations. Whether you are a couple, family or large group of friends, there will be a perfect property for your needs. Whether you want a city base or a rural retreat, you will find an ideal home here. What better way to relax after an adventurous day than to return to a comfortable, well-equipped home!

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