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
$250 - $750 per night 3 night min stay
$350 - $895 per night 5-7 night min stay
$190 per night 3-7 night min stay
$120 - $595 per night 2 night min stay
Booth Creek Travel Tips
Stay at Booth Creek House Rentals During Your Next Vail Vacation
Family vacations don't get any better than a stay in Booth Creek house rentals. When compared to a standard Vail hotel room, Booth Creek cabin rentals offer more space and better amenities. While you won't be able to order room service, you'll have the advantage of your own gourmet kitchen for those important midnight snacks. No one will care how you look when you slip out of bed for a bite to eat. You can even step out on the deck or patio to enjoy the cool, mountain air before returning to bed.
Keep the Kids Busy
Booth Creek house rentals are within minutes of all types of activities that will keep your kids from muttering about how bored they are. If you child is at least three feet tall, they can enjoy a fun afternoon of snow-tubing at either the Vail or Beaver Creek resorts. Adventure Ridge will give your six to 12 year old a chance to try out a mini-snowmobile on a safe track. The adults and the children will enjoy an afternoon of ice skating. Vail has plenty of ice skating opportunities, but the best choice might be the Alderhof in Lionshead Village. After your exciting day, go back to Booth Creek cabin rentals for a good night's rest.
Climbing Opportunities Abound in Vail
When staying at Vail vacation rentals , you'll also be close to rock-climbing and ice-climbing opportunities. Both beginners and advanced climbers will find a vertical surface that challenges their skills. Choose from Peak C, East Partner Peak, West Partner Peak, Grand Traverse, and Peak L. Whether you're just starting out or you've been climbing for years, play it safe and hire a guide. This is one of the most dangerous activities that exciting Vail, Colorado has to offer.