This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Southwest reviews

  • Can't go wrong with this place.

    "We really enjoyed our stay. The location was perfect for us. We spent much of our time on the covered porch, just relaxing. The kids had a good place to ride bikes, and loved exploring the immediate area. The feel is country, but also just a few minutes away from all the entertainment that Pagosa Springs has to offer. Thank you for sharing your place with us."
    Guest: 4 okies Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 22, 2016
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  • Comfortable vacation home at the Sand Canyon entrance to Canyon of the Ancients

    "Two couples stayed two nights very comfortably at this quiet and spacious 2 bed/2 bath vacation home. The beds were wonderfully comfortable, we slept like a dream. Each bedroom had a private fully appointed bath. The kitchen was fully stocked with all the cookware, utensils and dishes you'd need to cook breakfast, lunch or a full course dinner, plus a bbq on the porch for steaks. The living room, dining and kitchen area is large and open with plenty of comfortable seating for a very large family. The shady porch with a swing and chairs runs the length of the house facing east. Good for breakfast or morning coffee or a mid-afternoon siesta or a long night under the stars. You're about half-way between Cortez and the Utah border, a mile from the Sand Canyon entrance to Canyon of the Ancients NP. If you like hiking or mountain biking this is great slick rock canyon country. Think Moab before it was over-run. It's a quiet and peaceful area with lots of farms along the river and even a couple vineyards. The owners are nice and they keep a clean, comfortable and homey family getaway house on a good couple acres along McElmo creek. If you want to explore this area, I'd highly recommend. I'm coming back with the mountain bikes...."
    Guest: Robin K. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: May 8, 2016
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  • Home away from Home

    "We were in Crested Butte for our son’s July 16 wedding and found Wild Iris to be perfect for us (my husband, me, our daughter and her husband). Because of the wedding, there were a number of family members and friends staying in different locations, including in Mt. Crested Butte. The house is very close to the main stop for the free shuttle that runs between Crested Butte and Mt. Crested Butte, so it was easy for people to drop by our house. It is only a block off the main street, Elk, which has a number of restaurants and shops. The Wild Iris location, however, is quiet because it does not have commercial establishments near it. It also is very close to the local grocery. Basically, once you arrive at Wild Iris you don’t need to use your car unless heading off for a hike or event that is out-of-town. The house has a nice historic feel to it, has some flowers around, and is a charming place to stay. The living room, kitchen and dining area are combined and open onto the deck and small fenced yard so it doesn’t feel cramped at all. The house included some nice, home-like touches such as a book on local hikes. Some places we’ve stayed clear everything out so you have to buy salt, pepper, etc. These were at the house, along with various spices, laundry soap, etc. Presumably this varies depending on the last rental, but it was nice to have them. We also liked the fact that our daughter was able to bring her elderly dog along. Overall it is a nice house in a great location and a fun place to stay. We found the owner and the property manager to be very helpful. Also the pictures and description are accurate (minus the snow, of course -- we were there during wildflower season!)"
    Guest: Sarah R. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 21, 2016
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  • Wonderful Place to enjoy Mt Crested Butte

    "Our family of 7 adults stayed in the Maison Carsten property over Spring Break. We enjoyed every minute and hope to return. Very comfortable and plenty of room for all. Loved the roaring fireplace in the family room. Enjoyed the movie room and outdoor grill. Kitchen was well appointed and everything we needed minus a whisk. The house management was very helpful. We had one skier drive us to the road adjacent Gold Link lift(just around the corner from Silver Lane) and then we all walked up the groomed hill to ski down to the lift. All in all it only took 10-15 minutes for all of us to be on our way up the mountain. Using the Homeowners trail to ski in was fun! At the road we took of our skis, walked across the street, put them back on and headed home through the snow. Very short trek. Every day an adventure! After 9 trips to Crested Butte, this is by far our favorite accommodations."
    Guest: Sherri D. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 22, 2016
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