The Good: A very nice home. Everything is new to new-ish, everything was very clean. Nice touch is the basket of towels by the door out to the hot tub, instead of having to use bath towels. We visited during a decent snowfall and the neighborhood roads were constantly plowed. TV and internet worked effortlessly.
The HUGE caveat, which may or may not matter to you, but just be aware, is the altitude. The home sits at 11,500 feet. The base of Breckenridge is 9,500 feet. Depending on your skiing ability, given the peaks at Breckenridge are at 12,900, you may not ski all day up the mountain at an altitude higher than where you will be sleeping at night. The first night three of the four of us developed altitude sickness overnight, with one vomiting all night. Two of the group ended up renting a hotel in Breck the next two nights. I was one with a minor case and slept there the entire 5 nights. I had trouble sleeping the first three nights, and every morning felt bad. I hydrated before the trip and throughout, it is just a fact that people not properly acclimated will take some time to adjust.
The Bad: The house is heated by radiant floor heating, which works quite well for the basement and first floor. However when I contacted Keith about the master bedroom on the second floor he acknowledged that it does not have working radiant heating. It was cold. Granted temperatures outside were 0-5 at night, but that bathroom tile floor was cold, cold, cold. If my wife had been on the trip I would have heard about it. The only way to increase the temperature is the wood burning stove. My theory on wood burning stoves is that it be an optional "wouldn't that be fun" not a "wow, get that thing cranking I'm freezing". Which brings me to Bad #2
The stove has plenty of fire wood and printed direction which were easy to follow. First thing, get some kindling and newspaper. Oops, there isn't any. So no fire that second night, but we grabbed some in town the next day. Came home, got the kindling ready, grabbed the provided lighter, and it was dead. In a pinch, we used the toaster from the kitchen to set the newspaper on fire. We bought and left a new lighter. Enough said, but alot of manual effort to heat a $400/night home. Last comment, the closest store is in Breck, so plan ahead each evening, there is no running to the store if you forgot butter. Wonderful home, very high altitude, and far from a store.