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Recent Estes Park reviews

  • A great stay

    "We have rented a VRBO cabin in Estes each of the last ten years and this one tops the list. The seclusion, indoor comforts, combination of several outdoor patios and views (from inside and outside) and location on private property adjacent to the Y combine to make it a wonderful rental choice. The owners are very knowledgable on local hiking options and the local area. Having the bunkhouse as an add-on, flexible option if a couple extra family members tag along is a big bonus. Five stars. Would not hesitate to rent again."
    Guest: David F. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 20, 2016
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  • Peace and quiet!!!

    "Was far better than even described in the ad...we came to hike the Rockies, and it felt great to go back to a quiet home without getting stuck in tourism central.. The place was EXTREMELY well stocked ( far more than we needed) and all of our evenings we relaxing and quiet even with being just a mile from town ( perfect walking distance )... I just can't say enough... We had gone with my son and his girlfriend, and once at the cabin, 4 of us never got in each other's way.. Plenty of room but if you rent, bear in mind it is a VERY quiet neighborhood and I am sure they like it that way. I would pay twice what was asked had I known I would find peace on the mountains AND peace at such a beautiful cabin.. Thank you Sherry !"
    Guest: Jon L. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 3, 2016
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  • Great house!

    "The view is hard to get away from, we often found ourselves watching the view change like it was alive. Our group consisted of my husband and myself, plus our two sons and their wives. There was plenty of space for everyone, including the separate living area on the lower level. This was our 4th trip to Estes Park and by far the best view and home layout we've had. Our only complaints: 1. The Master didn't have a king sized bed, even though there's plenty of room for one. The others complained about the bed comfort in the lower level but agreed it was a small item considering most everything in the home was fabulous. But getting a good night's sleep for all of us would've been nice. 2. The Master bedroom TV didn't work all week. Someone came to change out the boxes (not sure why) but it didn't work before or after that change. I didn't call back because we weren't going to be around much during the day to wait for someone and we were so exhausted every day, watching TV in bed wasn't a big deal. 3. The upstairs fireplace kept going out and following the instructions in the binder didn't help. The first day someone came and started the pilot but with the winds howling, it blew out later in the trip and wouldn't ignite. 4. The lower level fireplace had no parts, so that was disappointing since we saw the picture and expected it to work for a cozy environment on that level. 5. Last but not least, why is there an office sized waste basket for the kitchen rather than a full sized trash receptacle? Even with only 6 people, it filled daily and became quite a pain to deal with. We also had to ask for trash bags, none were provided. Fair warning: It's a VERY steep drive with multiple switchbacks and only the first half is paved. This leads to a great view with only one house higher than this on the mountain, but if you're a nervous or inexperienced driver, please beware and be careful. Luckily the snow we had was only 1" and melted quickly or it could've been pretty tricky. Tips: It's a bit of a drive into town, but definitely get pizza at Antonio's. Small place that does mostly carryout, but so delicious it's worth the wait. We also had a delicious and cozy dinner at the 1929 Tavern at Mary's Lake Lodge. However, they only have one table that accommodates a party greater than 4 people, and even though it was a Sunday night during off-season, a reservation would've avoided a 90-min wait."
    Guest: Lori H. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 13, 2016
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  • A Memorable Vacation Rental

    "My wife and I rented the 19th Hole townhouse for 10 days in September/October 2016. The large livingroom windows offer a commanding view of the golf course and of the surrounding mountains. As our stay coincided with the elk rut, we were treated to spectacular wildlife views and, in the evening, to their bugling calls. The rental is an ideal and cozy base for excursions to Rocky Mountain National Park; and to locations farther afield such as Black Hawk/Century City, Denver, and Breckenridge. It is a simple walk from downtown Estes Park, and its large selection of restaurants and the well-stocked Safeway supermarket. Due to its flat downstairs floor-plan, and presence on the ground-floor of all amenities, the rental is ideal for those having trouble climbing stairs. Of course, a second level is also available to those having no such impediments. A large assortment of pots and pans is provided for meal preparation at home; as is an ample quantity of luxurious linens. We will definitely stay at the 19th Hole upon return to Estes Park."
    Guest: Ross Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 9, 2016
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