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Recent Allenspark reviews

  • 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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  • Wonderful Cabin!

    "My husband and I stayed here for New Years and it was wonderful. The cabin has everything you need to enjoy your mountain stay. We were able to snow shoe right down the street and our pup loved laying by the fire at night. We can wait to come back and experience the cabin in the summer!"
    Guest: Brittany H. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 4, 2016
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  • Great cabin, quiet and off the beaten path

    "We had some trouble finding the cabin, but may have missed the directions in the e-mail. Coming from Estes just turn at the sign for Wild Basin Lodge and then turn at the first dirt road on the right (there was a church mailbox at the turn when we stayed). then follow it to the left (not towards the church) and past the first cabin on your left. This will be the second cabin on your left with the tire swing; you can also recognize it by the white trim at the ends of the roof. There isn't any A/C, so if you're planning a trip in mid July it may get a little warm during the day, but at night you don't need it. We stayed in early June and it was in the low 50's at night and felt great during the day (mid 70's - mid 80's). We would stay here again, it was a very nice cabin. The only drawback is the 25 minute drive to Estes proper for groceries and such, but if you want to be away from all the people and want to litteraly walk out your door and hike a mountain, then this cabin is perfect!"
    Guest: Austin H. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 9, 2016
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  • Cabin stay

    "We've stayed in the cabin twice -- August 2014 and August 2015. Both stays were fantastic. The cabin area is beautiful and private. The cabin is comfortable and well-equipped and good-sized. Debbie has been responsive to our contacts and easy to work with. We enjoyed the local "things to do" such as climb Castle Rock, visit the chapel, visit the ranch and watch the horses and the marmots, and visit the campground and play in the river there. There are so many beautiful hikes only 10-15 minutes away. We hiked the St Vrain trail last year and it was quite rigorous, but had some wonderful views into RMNP. We, of course, hiked in RMNP park as well, with Wild Basin area only about 20 minutes away and Bear Lake area about 45 minutes. The Brainard Lake area south of the cabin is even closer and has hikes that are just as good as RMNP with fewer people. We hiked to Isabelle Glacier and Blue Lake. We expect we will stay in the cabin again when we are in the area."
    Guest: Lisa K Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: September 15, 2015
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