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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 boyfriend and I stayed here for 2 nights in April (for my 26th birthday). The place was clean and neat. The fridge was stalked with eggs, bacon, bagels, cream cheese, and orange juice as well as cooking essentials.
The town of Silverton is small, yet full of character. We met many of the people in the town and felt welcome right away. The Silverton mountain is amazing. We did a guided day and had the best day of our skiing lives.
We both enjoyed our stay and would absolutely recommend it."
Guest: MichelleDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 7, 2015
"The house was great -- lots of natural light, beautiful views, and plenty of space. If you're coming in the winter, make sure you've got 4-wheel drive and/or good snow tires as the road and driveway can be tough when it storms. The owner is very responsive and friendly. Overall, very enjoyable."
Guest: AdamDate of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: March 11, 2015
"We've stayed here multiple times and my only hesitancy at recommending this cabin is there will be more competition next year. It is located in one of the most dramatic spots in Colorado, just below Red Mountain Pass and just off 550. (You can hear louder road traffic.) In the summer, when we have stayed, the marshy meadows around the cabin are covered in wild flowers. Waterfalls cascade down the sides of the peaks. Inside is as comfortable as you could want for a solar-powered, off-the-grid cabin above 10,000 feet, with far more room than you'd expect. The front bedroom has a new, very comfortable king bed. The queen bed in back shares the room with a piano. Our family of 4 has never had to use the upstairs bunkroom, which could sleep another 4. The kitchen has a good gas stove and modest-sized fridge, plenty of utensils, pans etc. There's a gas grill on the back deck and a nice, hot shower and bath in the bathroom. We used the cabin as a base for mind-blowing hikes (Ice Lake is just down the road); as the world's best backyard where our kids can play or watch hummingbirds, rabbits and deer; and just as a place to hang out, reading books or magazines and gaping at the peaks through the window. (As a bonus, the cabin is well-stocked with skiing and other outdoor magazines.) Be aware that it is not a luxury property; you will have to haul your trash to a dumpster in Silverton, a 10-minute drive away. There's a washing machine (broken last time we visited) but no drier so at a minimum you will have to air dry clothes or wash them in Silverton. Get your groceries in Durango or Montrose while driving in. But none of that matters when you're at the cabin, watching the stars come out over the peaks after another perfect alpine day."
Guest: Nick R.Date of Stay: July 2014Review Submitted: August 4, 2014
"Our family, five of us including a four year old and 2 grandparents, spent Christmas week here. An absolutely wonderful experience. Stephen, the caretaker, had cleared the driveway and shoveled all the walks, even to the sauna. The house was really well kept with everything we needed. There were snowshoes and several kinds of sleds. Lots of firewood was ready for both the house and sauna. We were able to walk into town and to a ski area located in town. Thank you it was great!"
Guest: PKDate of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: January 13, 2015