This property is located in the San Isabel National Forest minutes away from the San Isabel Lake for great fishing. The cabin is nestled in the Aspen Acres community surruonded by privately-owned lots and cabins, away from the crowds with a huge inventory of movies and or for the nature lovers animal watching and hiking. There are two ponds and a creek located on the property and the cabin sets on a one and one-half acre lot. Deer and family of geese to wild turkeys visit quite often. The side entrance to the cabin has a nice-size deck to bathe in the sun, animal watch, or enjoy the brilliance of the stars. If you like to wonder a bit, about six miles away is Bishops Castle, a castle built by hand - a definite sight to see. Restaurants and shopping are available within one an one-half miles from the cabin or you can head down the mountain into Rye, Colorado City and or Pueblo. A great place to go for relaxation and clean, family fun. Accommodations: Cabin - 2 Bedrooms - 1 Bath (Sleeps 6) Amenities: TV, VCR, DVD, Stereo, Full Kitchen, Microwave, Cooking utensils, dishes and linens provided. Activities (on site or nearby): Hiking, Golf, Fishing, Hunting, Wildlife Viewing, Boating, Cross-country Skiing
2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 6
- Calendar last updated:
- Oct 17, 2018
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:30 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
My wife and I stayed here for our anniversary and it was so nice. We would recommend to anyone looking for a nice quiet mountain retreat.
All the pros definitely out-weighed the cons
Pros - nice private, secluded spot with quite a bit of wildlife around, even in the heat of summer. Fully furnished kitchen was old but fully stocked. New shower is really nice. we loved the "retro" feel to everything inside - decor, furniture, the VCR movie collection. The deck was really fun and relaxing for me, while my boys were out exploring the area. So many animals around the area - fishing at Isabel was decent, but only stocker trout...still super fun. We golfed at Hollydot and saw deer, fox, antelope, elk, and a bear on our trip to the golfcourse and back. The TV is a classic Zenith with a GREAT picture still. I would think its a collector's item now and you should hang on to that TV. :-)
Cons - we had a bit of trouble with the key at first, and a small area in one bedroom had a damp floor - I think there is a small leak in the wall maybe? beds could use an upgrade, but not that bad really.
Its definitely an older cabin without a lot of upgrades, but that makes it fun to stay in a place like this and it was reasonably priced for the size of cabin for sure.
Thanks for the great stay Reginald!
very nice and relaxing will be back
This cabin was adorable and great to stay in. The nature was great and my daughters enjoyed roasting their Marshmallows and playing in the trees. The only problem, and not so much problem but personal preference, was that the beds were uncomfortable. We all ended up sleeping on the couch due to the bed being very hard. Overall enjoyed our stay though.
Hello, Jami and thank you for your review. Please tell me which bed you found to be uncomfortable so that I can address.
Thank you for choosing "The Hermitage"
Great clean and cozy cabin
We had a great time staying here! No complaints and we highly recommend it.
This property is a bit dated, but the overall feel is great! It's very charming! Great location.
I rented this property for myself and 3 small children. The property is great. Beautiful, quiet neighborhood, set in the woods, a couple of miles from Lake Isabel. We had a couple of issues which were promptly addressed by the property manager. And the owner, Reginald, responded very quickly to our request. I would definitely recommend this property and stay again. Good times
Thank you for your kind review. You mentioned that it's a bit dated and it's true, the cabin was built around 1962 by Harlan Clouse of Pueblo CO. He was a shop teacher and built the entire cabin himself by hand. You will note the wrought iron chandelier and decorative window protection from the winter snow, were all hand forged by him. In addition, the kitchen cabinets were made by him as well as the hardware. Those of you who visit the cabin and venture down to tour Bishop's castle will note the iron work at Bishop's castle is similar as Mr. Bishop was one of Harlan Clouse's students. Even though it may seem dated to some I have retained the original heritage of the cabin and try to respect it's history.
Thank you Reginald.
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