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Recent Estes Park reviews

  • Gorgeous Cabin in Excellent Location

    "I celebrated getting married with a mini-honeymoon here with 10 of our friends who were in town for the wedding. We had an amazing time. From the ease of access to the cabin to the already heated hot tub, everything was thoughtfully set up and wonderful to enjoy. We watched the super moon lunar eclipse from the spacious porch and dined family style at the giant farmhouse table. And then when we were too full to move, we put a movie on the Roku and relaxed on the giant comfy couches. The location in Estes is perfect - just minutes from town but still feeling isolated in the Colorado wilderness. While there we saw elk, hawks, rabbits, and deer. I highly recommend the Chalet for a wonderful getaway!"
    Guest: Lisa C. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: September 30, 2015
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  • Location Location Location

    "There were three adults and three children, ages 3, 5, and 7, who had a fabulous time in this home and on this property. The bedroom configuration couldn't have been better for our group. The kitchen was very workable and so close to the table for supplying the needs of the little ones. There were several trips to the playground for baseball games --- enjoyed a "real game" with a nice family who returns every year. We did a 6:30 am hike into RMNP from the house as well as longer hikes and participation in the Jr Ranger Program in the park --- less than 5 minutes to the entrance! We enjoyed the sound of the river with the open windows, but it was roaring too fast this time of year to trust small children with rods. We were able to use the grounds and pond for fishing at the YMCA camp only a quarter of a mile away --- also did the night hayride with marshmallows. We did horseback riding at the Cowpoke Corral which was recommended by the owner and only 2 minutes towards Estes on Hwy 66. We had hot days during our visit so were very appreciative of the floor fan and would have only liked a patio umbrella to shade us during our grilling time --- of course all this would be time of year and weather sensitive. There was obviously no interest in building a fire in the gorgeous fireplace. We were too busy and active to use the TV but it was nice to know it was there with a variety of DVDs should we have had those predictable afternoon storms. We ate at "home" every night but it was a comfort to know there was a family restaurant "over the river and across the bridge". Again --- location, location, location! Even the deer knew to appear in the evenings to the delight of the children and adults alike! A wonderful home with quick access to one of those prized parking spots at popular trailheads!"
    Guest: Monte and Pat Peterson Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 6, 2016
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  • Fantastic location for full RMNP and Estes Park experience

    "We are a family of four with 11-year-old twin daughters and loved our stay. We live in a large home, so the cozy "studio" feel was exactly what we were looking and loved the fact we were always together while in the place, but had plenty of comfortable places to sit, hang out together, etc.. It had everything we needed to eat breakfast and pack lunches for the many hikes we did in Rocky Mountain National Park and was clearly clean and well-maintained. Having the windows cracked open at night provided comfortable sleep and waking to a view of the mountains was always breathtaking -- I didn't want views of rivers or trees like we can get at home, this is definitely a place with mountain views! We frequently sat on the big deck and enjoyed all the birds and chipmunks, especially the friendly hummingbirds. It's far back from the road so no road noise, very quiet. Close to neighbors but we never saw them. Pool was a big draw for the kids after long hikes: is kept very clean and WARM, not overdose of chlorine like many public pools. A couple of us used the loft (including my 6-ft tall husband) and wasn't too hot with the ceiling fan going at night, but a little hard to get in and out of. The cabin was furnished with lots of great, critical reading material for all to do in Estes Park, particularly the various hiking guides and maps. Finally, being literally around the corner from the RMNP entrance, but just outside of the central Estes Park town means we avoided traffic for many of our day-hiking adventures and grocery shopping (first went to Safeway in town, but then used the smaller grocery store just down the road). Estes Park, while crowded over the 4th of July week, was quaint, fun, many places to shop and eat (highly recommend Claire's Restaurant for ANY meal and Images of RMNP photo gallery). The cabin owner was very pleasant to work with and responsive to questions. Highly recommend this cabin!"
    Guest: Christine M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 10, 2016
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  • Fantastic Weekend!

    "This home was perfect for a girlfriend reunion. The home was spacious, up-to-date, and very clean! There was nothing they did not have to accommodate our stay. We would love to visit again."
    Guest: Sandra G. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 22, 2016
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