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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
"This cabin was a perfect exclamation point to my 30 day sabbatical from the financial world.
Being well stocked it prevented us from having to make any trips for those little things you always forget. We arrived in 6-8 inches of snow and below zero temps but the roads were plowed and the woodstove was warm, cozy and inviting within minutes. Daily sunset spectacle of elk across the valley viewable with telescopes set up in the living room was phenomenal! Ice fished Twin Lakes with the daughters and grandsons and went snow tubing in Leadville. All agreed it was a Great Location and a wonderful cabin and all ages enjoyed tremendously! Owner was extremely helpful and easy to work with. Highly recommend!"
Guest: Dan W.Date of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: January 8, 2015
"We had a leadership retreat at the cabin and just loved how clean and comfortable everything was! Huge bathrooms, spacious sitting areas, and a surprisingly well-appointed kitchen, considering there are no wall cabinets, only base ones! We thought the bed was lovely and cozy, and everything smelled nice and clean too! The view and surrounding area was spectacular, especially since we visited in the fall. Gorgeous aspen trees! Loved it!"
Guest: K & KDate of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: September 29, 2014
"To begin with, we were amazed at the size and comfort of the home, with its log cabin construction, all the modern conveniences, large kitchen and living area, game room on lower level, plenty of sleeping room with baths for a large family or group, and wide wrap-around decks with large grill. The view of Mt. Elbert is breathtaking. Down the road in one direction is a reservoir (with excellent fishing) and the other way you wind down to the picturesque Twin Lakes, which is great for fishing, hiking, kayaking, etc. Don't miss the lakeside hiking trail to the reconstructed turn-of-the-century hotel and resort. Take water with you on your activities as your activities will be at an elevation of 9000' or more. The nearest towns, Leadville and Buena Vista (known for whitewater rafting) are great for excursions and have lots of interesting shops and restaurants. Following the road past Twin Lakes, you can cross the Continental Divide at Independence Pass as you motor down to Aspen. But most of all, you can just stay at the lodge and enjoy the hiking opportunities or hang out on the deck and appreciate the views. This is a true value!"
Guest: Geoff and KathyDate of Stay: June 2014Review Submitted: June 26, 2014
"Having seen the photos, we were ready to be impressed, and were not disappointed. Already lots of discussion here about this view, but it truly does have to be experienced to get the full effect. We were fortunate enough to be there in early September with near perfect weather, and were treated to a morning view of magnificent snow-capped peaks for a full 180 degrees (the house is perfectly situated to get the max impact of the view through the giant rear window wall, as well as the deck). Years ago we spent some time in the Swiss Alps, and it's not an exaggeration to say this section of the Rockies stands up pretty well in the comparison. Go and enjoy, you'll be glad you did."
Guest: JZDate of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: November 3, 2014