5 bedroom, 3 bath - close to town but feels a million miles away!
No parties/events - Please refer to Rental Agreement Please refer to Rental Agreement
Max guests: 17
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Shannon is a sweetheart and a hoot! This is a beautiful historic home. All you need is food!
This sweet place is truly a home away from home!
We highly recommend this place!
Thank you so much for the sweet review...it was wonderful meeting you and your family...so glad you had an enjoyable stay! Hope you're all able to come back soon!
Nice farm house
The house was close to town but out in the country. Owners were easy to deal with and accommodating.
Thank you for the great review! Please come back and stay with us again!
This a charming house with room for many. The owners are very friendly and are close by if you need anything - which we did not. Spent most of the time enjoying the scenery on the Flat Top. Meeker is cute, small town.
Thanks so much for the wonderful review...we thoroughly enjoyed having you and hope that you're able to come back in the future...tell everyone hello! Shannon
Great people. Clean home.
All went well
Thanks for the favorable review! Looking forward to having you back next year...until then...Shannon & Buckshot
Meeker dog trials
We came for the dog trials, which we so enjoyed. But fell in love with the the Bar 7 ranch house, the house and especially the backyard. Perfect to relax, visit and cook together.
Wish there was a bathroom upstairs.
Thanks so much for the great review...we enjoyed having you and hope you're able to come back in future...I also wish we had a bathroom upstairs! One of the challenges with remodeling an older home...happy that we are able to offer additional bathrooms in the Bath House!
For those seeking easy access to hiking, OHV trails, camping, hunting, fishing, backpacking, horseback riding, snowmobiling and other outdoor recreation, Meeker is a sure thing.
Fishing and hunting are also big businesses here. Anglers can take advantage of several public access fishing areas within a couple miles of town, and public lands outside of town offer a variety of fishable waters. A dramatically scenic drive is the Flat Tops Trail Scenic Byway; the 82-mile drive starts in Meeker and offers lots of picturesque pull-offs along the journey to Yampa.
Meeker is host to a roster of annual festivals, including the Meekerpalooza Arts & Music Festival (June), the Range Call Fourth of July celebration, White River OHV Rendezvous (July) and the Meeker Classic Sheepdog Championship Trials (September).
For a peek into the history of the area, visit The White River Museum, which is housed in the 1880s U.S. Calvary Garrison's officer's quarters. See photos of early settlers and the stories and artifacts they left behind, including clothing and jewelry, uniforms from every branch of the service worn by Meeker men, moccasins made by a Ute Indian woman, an original hand printing press used by The Meeker Herald and much more.