A perfect place for families of all ages. A privately owned cabin located on the grounds of the YMCA of the Rockies. Set away from any roads and perched on a hillside with mountain views, this quiet, comfortable cabin is a family's beloved vacation spot. The large living room/dining room with stone fireplace and piano, was featured in Country Living Magazine. The remodeled kitchen has all the conveniences of a modern kitchen including an electric stove and oven, a microwave oven, refrigerator-freezer, dishwasher, garbage disposal and lots of counter space. The old wood-burning kitchen stove no longer works but was kept for sentimental reasons and atmosphere. Many mornings you will look out the kitchen window to watch the elk bedded down under the nearby trees . The single bedroom is next to the main bathroom. The middle bedroom, across the hall from the main bathroom is more spacious with a double bed and a comfortable chair. The first bedroom at the back of the cottage has a double bed, an attached bathroom and an additional lavatory. The second back bedroom has two beds, a double and a single, and an attached bathroom. The attached bathrooms were added in 1995 and each has a toilet, a shower stall, a lavatory and a closet. All bathrooms have electric heaters. The front bedroom has two beds, a double and a single, two dressers, lavatory, toilet and a large closet. With a total of seven beds, four double and three single, the cottage can sleep eleven.
The property is situated 3 miles from the entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park. The Cottage is within walking distance of the Big Thompson River, stables for guided horse back riding, wildlife watching, and short local hikes. The early morning sun on the front porch is where we have the first cup of coffee. Guided hikes, evening concerts and presentations, mini golf, athletic rental equipment, dining, snack counters, children's playground, arts and crafts building, children's day camp, small convenience store and the memorable stuffed mountain lion looking down from his ledge in the historic hall of the YMCA of the Rockies.