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Recent Andes Reviews

Comfortable with a gorgeous view

4 of 5
The house is located on a gravel hill, so be careful driving up. The house is absolutely in a gorgeous location. To visit there in the fall with all the changing leaves and quiet atmosphere was quite calming and relaxing. Beds were extremely comfortable and the bathroom was well kept. My one note of caution is that due to the location of the house, there will be some bugs here and there, but nothing to be alarming or out of the ordinary. It's to be expected where the house is situated.
  • Submitted: Oct 8, 2014
  • Stayed: Oct 2014

Best New Years Ever!

5 of 5
Wow, this place is great! We arrived to a foot of fresh snow and the mountains we're spectacularly beautiful. The cabin itself is very private and cozy and clean (there was a bit of clutter in the basement near the laundry machines, but nowhere near intrusive or offensive—other than that the linens, dishes, and main spaces/bedrooms were all very clean!), and coordinating with the owner for arrival/payment/access was a snap. Slept 6 of us (three couples) comfortably, and the kitchen had sufficient supplies for cooking a wide variety of breakfasts, lunches and dinners. We had a fire going all weekend in the amazing soap stone woodstove/fireplace, perfect to warm up with after sledding down the hillside. The views were beautiful and wide open, and we definitely want to come back in the warmer months when there are leaves on the trees and we can really walk the grounds and enjoy our morning coffee in the sun on the wrap around deck. Being wintertime, we didn't seek out too many activities off the property, but there is a well stocked grocery store nearby to re-up on supplies and firewood, and a cute downtown area if you like to dine out or go shopping/antiquing. All in all 10/10, we will definitely return! To the owner—thanks so much for a great weekend!!
  • Submitted: Jan 7, 2013
  • Stayed: Dec 2012

An amazing retreat

5 of 5
We stayed in the Apple a Day cabin for a weekend as part of our 3 week honeymoon road-trip across 9 states. I was very excited about arriving (because of the photos I'd seen online) and wasn't disappointed. We did explore the local area, but took most enjoyment from just locking ourselves away from the world at the cabin. The dappled light coming through the trees and the secluded location made for a beautiful, relaxing couple of nights. The cabin which is tastefully decorated with eclectic art is the perfect spot to enjoy good food, a few beers, peace and quiet, a cosy sofa for reading and good company. The place is so well stocked with kitchen items, books and even CDs, that it was very easy to feel at home. I'd definitely recommend this cabin for a romantic getaway. So special.
  • Submitted: Oct 11, 2012
  • Stayed: Sep 2012