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Recent Allenspark reviews

  • Nice place

    "We stayed about 2 weeks. It was a comfortable home for 7 of us with a well equipped kitchen in a rural setting."
    Guest: Denny M. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 26, 2016
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  • Unplug and Reconnect...

    "I loved my time and Nancy and John`s property. I would come back again. I want to share one moment that moved me the most. I am a mom of three kids, under 10 and my day revolves mostly around serving their needs, such as crafting a breakfast, making beds, vacuuming rooms, washing dishes and many other things I do not particularly enjoy, but do it because it is the right things to do, and mostly because it is what is expected of me. When I decided to take a break and leave for three days, things were not going well at home, and it was mostly due to my burnt out situation. It was Friday night when I arrived, my hosts were very pleasant and showed me the room and explained the rules. I was pleased with the cleanliness of the place and the layout of the house. What really made a difference for me, was the morning... I woke up at 7am, which is quite late for me, I was still tired and hungry but was not sure what to expect. I came upstairs and looked at the kitchen. The kitchen table was empty but the countertops were full of amazing, wholesome, natural food!!! Someone woke up before I did and FIX ME breakfast. I got teary in my eyes. I have to tell you, last time anyone made me breakfast was... ohh man, it has been a long time!! It was actually my mom, about 20 years ago.. I loved the crunchy granola and amazing bread and yogurt and my own bowl of fresh fruit.. It made my day and it made my stay.. I really appreciated the time you guys took to take care of me and my needs. I loved the lake and the trials nearby and loved spending time reading, thinking and laughing with my sister.. This trip really changed my view on vacationing, since the rental is 1 hour drive from my house. I was 100% on vacation, felt pampered and taken care of, and THAT my friends, something that does not happen very often!!! I loved it, I know you will do too.. Thank you guys!!!"
    Guest: Alex Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 2, 2016
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  • Quiet, remote, beautiful resting place

    "Thank you for opening your cabin to renters like ourselves and sharing the beautiful surroundings with us. We had a great adventure at your cabin and RMNP. We did a hike everyday and saw so much wildlife and beauty. We enjoyed each others company as a family playing Clue and ping pong and talking about the bear visit :) If, more like when we come back, your cabin will be our first choice as home base. Thank you for all the special touches - quilts, books, fireplace supplies, french press, maps, hiking guides, photographs of your aunt. What a truly special place! Everything was clean and in working condition. We loved having a washer and dryer at our disposal. The layout was perfect for our family of 5 and everyone was comfortable and warm with the ample supply of blankets and sheets and pillows. We didn't explore too much of the property due to the tall grass but enjoyed the pond and fire pit. We had a fire outside one night and a couple fires in the Franklin stove other evenings. We got to see lots of wildlife, including a coyote chasing a deer, lots of birds, rabbits, ground squirrels and even a momma bear with 2 cubs. When we did have questions, Beth was quick to reply and provide sound advice and tips, sometimes within minutes of emailing her. I would definitely recommend this cabin to our friends and family and we ourselves hope to return one day. Our favorite restaurant in Estes Park was Ed's Cantina - the fish tacos and bison enchiladas were out of this world! A visit to the Eagles Plume trading post is a must at the end of Big Owl Drive. The owners and their wares are wonderful, and full of history."
    Guest: simone g. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 1, 2016
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  • perfect mountain retreat!

    "We just spent 6 wonderful nights in this cabin! Within 5 minutes of walking in the front door, I said, "I want to buy this cabin!" :-) It's perfect. It's charming, rustic, quiet, peaceful, and on and on. We came from the east, so we stopped in Longmont to get groceries for the week (thanks to the owners for pointing out the need to do our shopping in town). The drive from Longmont to Lyons is standard highway. Then from Lyons out to the cabin, you wind through the mountains and see the most gorgeous scenery. Our GPS directions got us to the cabin with no problem at all. The cabin is exactly the one of my dreams- tucked into the woods. Yes, there are other cabins in the areas (as the owners state), but it's not a campground. It's like a little neighborhood, with each cabin tucked into the trees, and seemingly miles from one another. It was quiet and private. We built a fire every evening, and slept with the windows cracked open just enough to breathe that crisp mountain air. The cabin decor is lovely- simple, lovely, a reminder of simpler times. I sat on the front porch each morning, watching the wildlife. We ate breakfast around the fire pit, as the same little squirrel packed away goodies for the winter. We hiked nearby, and had a wonderful vacation. Rocky Mountain National Park was about a 40 minute drive, but every mile is gorgeous so we enjoyed every bit of it. Thanks to Katy and Tom, for allowing us to share their beautiful home. We look forward to coming back again!! Julie and Robert"
    Guest: Julie F. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 14, 2016
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