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Recent Historic District reviews

  • Good place, close to activities.

    "We were staying for mountain biking in June. Trails start right around the neighborhood so convenience can't be beet. Parked the car and didn't touch it again until we left. The grocery store around the corner was perfect, I wish we had it around home. Hot tub was great but maybe they hadn't done spring cleaning on the yard, as it was a little messy. Internet was out while we were there, so used our mobile hot spot. House was clean and supplied with the basics for cooking."
    Guest: Brian Y. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 27, 2016
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  • Cute little condo!

    "I thought this condo was pretty much perfect. Although smaller than you would think, it had everything we needed. We were able to fit 7 adults in their 20s and 30s in the condo. The 2.5 baths is great and the kitchen was very large with plenty of seating. I thought the location was perfect. There is a bus stop across the street that can bring you to the lifts. It is also an easy walk to main street, especially the Breckenridge Brewery. My only 2 "complaints" (its a stretch to call it a true complaint) is the condo is kind of small and was difficult for us to all sit comfortably in the living room and we had to wait to get in the hot tub one night because it was too full. I think I am being too picky! Overall, great place. I would stay here again."
    Guest: Kristy L. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: April 6, 2016
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  • Another Great Stay in this Condo

    "This was our second spring break stay in this great condo! Very nicely appointed and clean condo in an unbeatable location. 2 minute walk to the Quicksilver lift and even less to the Ski & Ride School, where we dropped off our son for the day before we hit the slopes. I personally find staying at the base of Peak 9 to be the most convenient as you have quick access to the slopes as well as restaurants and shops on Main Street. Don't want to spend $25/person for lunch on the mountain? Just drop your skis by the Maggie and walk 2 mins back to the condo and have a relaxing lunch (check out the cheese shop right by the back door to the building)."
    Guest: Dave M Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 25, 2016
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  • Perfect!

    "Val D'isere was a nice change from staying in a regular cramped hotel room. It was nice to be able to spread out, have the extra space to cook, and hang out. It is in the perfect location, so we were able to walk to dinner on Main street. The beautiful view of the mountain is an added bonus as well."
    Guest: Michele P. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 1, 2016
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