2 bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathroom cabin with mountain views.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - Consider one well behaved dog by approval only!Consider one well behaved dog by approval only!
No smoking - Smoking permitted outside only, ashtray on porch.Smoking permitted outside only, ashtray on porch.
Max guests: 5 (sleeps up to 5 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
Enhanced cleaning practices
Cleaned with disinfectant
Ice vacation cabin
Very clean. Owners very friendly and accessible. Beds were very comfortable. Really liked the idea of cleaning ourselves and waiving a cleaning fee.
Overall very satisfied.
Great location and neighborhood
Property was well stocked, and manager was very attentive to all of our questions. She even reached out to make sure we were okay during some bad hailstorms that hit the area. Convenient to lots of hiking trails and in a quiet, dog friendly neighborhood.
Great location. Exceptionally clean. Wonderful owners. Fantastic experience!
A cozy Christmas cabin!
We had a wonderful stay at this lovely cabin in Colorado! It was so clean and comfortable! It was decorated so tastefully with attention to little details. Plenty of towels and bedding. The kitchen was the most well equipped one I have ever seen in a VRBO. The property was at the end of a road, quiet and peaceful at night. We slept so well! Thank you to our incredible hostess, Jeanette, who made us feel very welcome with our collie dog. We would definitely stay here again and highly recommend this amazing home.
We had a great time there! The house had everything you could ever need, just like being at home, from a first aid kit to umbrellas, to wifi and anything you could ever need in the kitchen. Jeanette called/texted a few times just to make sure we made it safe and that were happy and didn’t need anything. The house is just up the mountain enough to enjoy the quiet and beautiful surroundings but had easy access to highway 24 so you could get to Manitou Springs, Colorado Springs, and Woodland Park, all within 15-20 minutes. Jeanette has left little notes around the house explaining things and/or providing instructions. We thoroughly enjoyed our week stay and will be returning again. Wonderful place, wonderful owners.
There is some hiking and biking in the Ute Pass area. Across Highway 24, you'll find Wines of Colorado for good food and spirits. Or take the kids to the North Pole/Santa's Workshop on the Pikes Peak toll road. Take a drive to the top of Pikes Peak.
Drive down Ute Pass 3.5 miles to Manitou Springs for a day of shopping, eat in one of the many restaurants or bars, play games at the old Penny Arcade, take the Cog Railway up Pikes Peak, visit Miramont Castle or the Iron Springs Melodrama.
On Highway 24 above Manitou visit the Cave of the Winds and The Cliff Dwellings.
You can hike or bike on one of the many trails in the Garden of the Gods or climb on the red rocks. Close by is Old Colorado City for more shops, dining and bars.
Head to downtown Colorado Springs for shops, dining and a little night life. Also, there is the Pioneer's Museum, the Fine Arts Center, the U.S. Olympic Training Center, the World Arena, or the Air Force Academy located north of Colorado Springs on I25. On the south side of 'The Springs' is the Seven Falls, the famous 5 star Broadmoor Hotel, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Cheyenne Canon for hiking or Fort Carson.
West on Highway 24 from Cascade, is Green Mountain Falls which is a charming small town that offers a fishing pond with a gazebo. The Pantry for really good breakfasts. The Mucky Duck around the corner offers fine dining. Or visit the Blue Moose Tavern for drinks and play some pool, they are dog friendly too.
Go further west on Highway 24 a few minutes, you'll find Woodland Park which has shops, dining, bars, a Dinosaur Museum, a bowling alley, grocery stores, City Market, Safeway and Walmart, gas stations, fast food and a movie theater.
Drive the scenic highway to Cripple Creek for a day/night of gambling or ride the Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Approximate distance from Cascade according to Google Maps:
-Manitou Springs-3.5 miles
-Colorado Springs-6 miles
-USAFA via Hwy-24 E to I25 N-19.2 mi/26 min
-Breckinridge via US-24 W to CO-9 N-95.6 mi/1hr.59 min
-Denver International Airport via I-25 N to E470 N (Toll Rd)-1hr 29min/91.6mi. or I-25 N to E470 N (No Toll) 2hr 14min/110mi.
-Co. Spgs. Airport via Hwy-24 E-34min/20.9mi.
-Buena Vista via US-24 W-1hr 35min/83.2mi.
-Royal Gorge via CO-115 S & US-50 W- 1hr 28min/67.4mi.
-Cripple Creek-via Hwy-24 W to CO-67 S-53min/34.4mi.
About Jeanette Heisch
Darell went the first 3 years of school to the little old school house which is now the Cascade Library and Jeanette grew up in Chipita Park. We both went to Ute Pass Elementary School in Chipita Park and then went to Manitou Jr. High and high school. We now live in Colorado Springs.
Jeanette Heisch purchased this Cabin in 2010
Why Jeanette Heisch chose Cascade
My father in law built this cabin in 1955 and now we are the second generation to own it. There are lots of memories and stories here. This is our happy place. It's not just a business and is not professionally decorated but decorated with things that mean something to us and a few things that just make us smile. We decided to share it with other people and we hope everyone will enjoy it as much as we do.
What makes this Cabin unique
Even though you are in a residential neighborhood you really feel like you've gotten away from it all.