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Recent Historic District reviews

  • home from home near Main Street

    "We rented this house primarily based on it's location as my sister and niece are sporadic skiers, and wanted access to the town. For the rest of us, the bonus was it's also walking distance (and on two bus routes) to the gondola or Peak 9, assuming you are not walking in ski boots (we snowboard so no problem). It's also spitting distance from a number of great restaurants, and two yoga studios that I tried out while I was there. There is indeed a grocery store and liquor store a couple of blocks away so convenience is an understatement. As for the house, it was light, warm, comfortable and everything worked. Parking for two cars, a lockbox in case you forget your key, or have people coming and going on different schedules, and plenty of room to hang jackets, store hats, gloves, helmets in the cupboard. There's plastic matting as you come in for boots and anything damp, and although it's slightly odd to have that in the living/dining area, it didn't bother us, and if it really bothers you, you can come in the back entrance as the house is sort of two houses, and leave your gear in the back kitchen. The only thing we weren't quite expecting was that two of the bedrooms are really in the basement, with no natural light. That won't bother most people, particularly if everyone is hanging out in the main part of the house until bedtime. It's useful having two lounge areas if some of your party are young or night owls, and others want to curl up and read then have an early night. It really works very well, and allows you to spread out quite a bit. Michael, the owner, was extremely responsive to our initial questions about parking, where to stick our boards, how to operate something or other (I forget what, but nothing was an issue) and his local help were equally accessible and helpful. We got our deposit back within days and have to say this was one of the most enjoyable stays we've had. Highly recommended, and a reasonable cost for a good size house in an unbeatable location."
    Guest: Penelope C. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 16, 2016
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  • Breck is a Nice Break From the Heat

    "Our family (including 5 adult children) had a wonderful summer vacation July 23-30, 2016, at this lovely home at 91 Sunbeam in Breckenridge! The weather in the summer there is perfect and a refreshing break from the brutal heat of a Texas summer. And the Frumess' home is a special retreat with every amenity you need, tons of space, and close to quaint downtown Breckenridge. We found the home to be even nicer than the pictures or descriptions. It was very clean and well-maintained, and the manager made sure we knew he was available for anything we needed. The directions and information the owner provided before arrival were very helpful. The comfort and beauty of this home made our vacation even more special. With 7 adults in the house, it was great to have so much room to spread out--5 bedrooms, each with its own bath. We enjoyed the hot tub each evening, along with the spacious deck, and gas grill. The kitchen (with brand new granite countertops) is well stocked and equipped with nice appliances and a large bar for the family to gather around. The fireplace warmed us up on chilly mornings and abundant windows opened to provide pleasant breezes in the late afternoons. The house is close enough to downtown to walk to the many excellent restaurants and shops, eliminating the need for driving and parking, or riding the free shuttle that stops nearby. It was a great place to reconnect with family and relax after a day of hiking a 14'er (Quandary Peak) or rafting through Brown Canyon (Professional Tours) or driving to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for an outdoor concert or strolling through the delightful downtown to shop, eat or relax by the Blue River and people-watch. Favorite restaurants were Motherload, Blue River, Eric's, Blue Moose, The Lost Cajun, Mary's Mountain Cookies, and Dredge. The Crepe A La Cart is a great way to end the day before relaxing with a movie in the downstairs TV room, reading a book, working a jigsaw puzzle or gazing at the stars from the deck. We will certainly return to this lovely home and encourage you to plan your family vacation here--just make sure to leave a week open for us!"
    Guest: David M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 2, 2016
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  • Perfect in-town house for a Breckenridge vacation

    "We couldn't have been more pleased with the Harris Alley house - it had plenty of room for our family of five, with lots of space to spare. It could have easily slept a whole other family with small children due to the extra beds and pull out couches available, and plenty of bathrooms. The shared courtyard in the back is beautifully landscaped and had room for the kids to run around. The proximity to Main Street and all the restaurants off Ridge and French was excellent, and it's walking distance to the gondola/Peak 8 and a great kid-friendly hike at the base of the Snowflake Lift. The hosts were extremely accommodating and very quick to answer questions we had about amenities, check in, etc. We will definitely want to stay at this house again next time we visit Breck."
    Guest: A guest from , Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 18, 2016
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  • Location, Location, Location!!!

    "The suite is literally close to EVERYTHING! We never had to use our car. Beautiful scenery out each window, GREAT communication from owners, Exactly as stated, would love to stay again"
    Guest: Jennifer K. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 21, 2016
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