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Recent Durango reviews

  • Mountain get-away

    "Rating Details: The property manager was very helpful. The vacation rental was spotless. I was very happy with the location. I was very satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: A wonderful end of summer break with our family. Our granddaughters loved being in the midst of the activities. The condo was beautiful and well supplied, and the views unsurpassed. Hope we can come again!"
    Guest: A guest from Albuquerque, NM Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 22, 2014
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  • Great updated house in a great location

    "This house was great for us during Spring Break and skiing at the resort. It is nicely situated about midway in between Durango and the mountain, which is perfect in our opinion. It is VERY nicely equipped and all the main pieces are recently updated. We would very happily stay here again and hope we get the opportunity to in the future so that we can take advantage of the nearness to the river and other attractions of the area. The only small item I would note is that for families with small children, the stair railing up to the loft is problematic. I don't consider that a problem for the house so I don't think it should detract from the star rating - it is just something for those with small kids to be aware of. We just rigged up a barrier for our small child and the bigger kids loved the loft!"
    Guest: Christopher M. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 18, 2014
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  • Winter Wonderland in Cozy Comfort!

    "We stayed here in January 2014 with family, and sometimes had a hard time pulling ourselves away from the comfy house and warm fireplace to explore main street Durango and the scenic area! The house was a great getaway in the sense that it is so comfortable that it's just as appealing to stay "home" as to go out. The house as very well-stocked with everything you'd need from tons of kitchen equipment, books and guides on the local area, and even a weather station…which is handy when it's chilly out! Another highlight was watching local wildlife, which seem to enjoy spending time on the golf course in the winter, from the breakfast nook. Animals sighted included a baby bobcat and a couple of deer. There's a gourmet grocery store just around the corner, which is very handy to stop through on the way home from a big day of exploring local sites like Mesa Verde National Park and the Four Corners Monument. We had a great time, and would definitely visit again."
    Guest: California Visitors Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 9, 2014
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  • Very nice views and lots of good things, but not secluded.

    "Some really great things! I also want to mention some things that were disappointing. First the great: The view from the deck and the deck itself are awesome. Really nice to have the option of the awning or sit out in the sun. Beautiful view. Really cool to have wildlife. Saw a deer, several humming birds, a couple wood peckers, and in the lake I saw painted turtles and goldfish. This was really great! The green kayak was nice to be able to take out on the lake and explore. Really nice distance from Durango and is a great location for many adventures around the area. Now I want to mention some things that were disappointing to me to hopefully be constructive criticism. While it's NOT advertised as secluded, the pictures did make it seem to me that it was really secluded aside from the house all the way across the lake. So keep in mind I was expecting seclusion. The first situation I came into was someone camping in what seemed to be part of the yard. Also, there were 2 neighbors not too far away, maybe the next lots over even, and they were running big heavy equipment making really loud backup beeping noises and loud noises in general while they were landscaping or something, not sure what they were doing. They ran this loud equipment almost every day I was there for at least part of the day. I was really looking forward to peace and quiet away from it all, and I had to adjust my attitude pretty quickly since this didn't provide that. The camper was part of the family and was extremely nice and no problems there, it's just that when expecting seclusion from everyone and everything, it's a bit disappointing to have neighbors. Along the same lines, the county road is closer to the house than I'd imagined and was fairly busy, so loud vehicle noises were frequent when sitting outside. Boats and boat access were a bit tough. All boats except the kayak and pontoon were filled about 1/3 of the way with lake water. I tried to empty the rowboat out only to get more water in it, so then I tried baling it with a bucket, but it wasn't making much of a dent after a few minutes so I stopped and used the kayak. Access was a bit tough just because of how many boats there are for the small space. I understand not wanting to affect the lake too much by a big dock, this wasn't too big of an issue. Overall if you don't need total seclusion, it's a really nice older home type feel with a beautiful view, and access to wildlife and close to many great things to do."
    Guest: Paul Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014
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Durango Travel Tips

Vacation in the Mountains at Durango Vacation Homes

Durango is a beautiful mountain resort in Colorado, and the best way to enjoy your vacation is by staying in one of the Durango vacation homes.

Vacation rentals provide you with a home away from home where you can enjoy amenities such as a fully equipped kitchen, private bedrooms, family areas, decks and more.

When choosing your Durango lodging, look beyond the normal hotels. Why stay in a small impersonal hotel room when you can enjoy the space and comfort of a vacation home? Hotels can be noisy with neighbors slamming doors, running down the hallways and blasting the volume on their television. Your hopes for a relaxing vacation can be ruined in an instant.

All the Comforts of Home

Rent a privately owned Durango lodging, and you'll be transported to the best of both worlds—a gorgeous mountain resort while relaxing in a rental with all the comforts of home.

Each of the Durango vacation rentals has its own particular charm, amenities and accommodations that spell comfort and privacy. In some of the rentals you'll find enough private rooms and sleeping quarters such as lofts to fit the entire family or group of friends. Many of the rentals have washers and dryers, cable or satellite television, decks and patios with barbecues and gorgeous lake or mountain views.

If you're looking for luxury, you can find a rental with a hot tub, fireplace, gourmet kitchen and luxurious bedding.

Activities Galore in Durango

You won't get bored when you stay in Durango, and your vacation home gives you easy access to all the area's activities. In the winter you can ski, snowmobile, take horse-drawn sleigh rides and snowboard. In the summer, Vallecito Lake offers swimming and boating. Or just sit on the deck of your Durango vacation home and enjoy the surrounding nature.

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