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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
"My girlfriend & I stayed in this wonderful charming historic home over Labor Day week end. We were so excited when we opened the door. We were delighted with the comfortable charm of this cottage. Melissa, the owner had thought of everything possible to ensure that guests are comfortable and have all the creature comforts of home. We enjoyed the covered front porch, the pretty patio & backyard too. Unfortunately, we were unable to have the chance to ride the bikes that are provided. We look forward to booking another visit to this delightful cottage."
Guest: Melia D.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 8, 2015
"Das Haus was a great find. This charming two bedroom home is very comfortable and is appointed nicely. The views of the surrounding mountains are magnificent. Das Haus is in walking distance to all of downtown Silverton. The Durango to Silverton narrow gauge railroad tracks are 385 feet to the southeast and make for a very enjoyable experience when the train arrives each day. If you are looking for a nice getaway home, look no farther. Das Haus is it. Silverton is a great community. Come and enjoy this quaint little mining town and all of the surroundings."
Guest: Mr 05RubiDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 26, 2015
"We loved White Wolf Haus in Silverton, like the town itself, it is not a fancy house, but it is homely, warm (very warm with the wood burner), and felt like staying in a bit of history, with a view from the porch down the notorious Blair Street. You can really imagine the cowboys, miners and fallen doves mixing there. The house has an excellent shower and HUGE whirlpool bath, while the furniture is old but very comfy. I think the only slight negative for some might be the mattresses are quite firm to the point of being hard, though personally I like a firm mattress, but some might not.
Silverton feels far less polished than some of its neighbours, such as Ouray and Telluride, but for us this was a definite plus point. If you prefer your history air-brushed, maybe try them instead. There werelots of nice stores and places to eat. The local store is great, with really everything you could want. It is at the other end of town, though. We really enjoyed eating in Handlebars, which has an old feel to it, and a really great and varied menu. We also had lunch in historic Grumpy's, and the day we were there, they had a honky tonk pianist, Lacey Black, who was amazing! You can see her on YouTube."
Guest: Jonathan S.Date of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 10, 2015
"We spent 5 days here while keeping in the mountains. It was nice to be away from Ouray and Silverton but close enough to get things we needed. The views are spectacular in all directions. Even though it's close to the road you do not hear the traffic, especially in the evenings when there are only a handful of cars. The sky at night is thick with stars and a clear view of the Milkyway. We will be back."
Guest: Nathan R.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: November 22, 2015