|Minimum Stay||2 - 6 nights|
Summit County has earned the name “Colorado’s Playground” due to the variety of exciting mountain activities available in the area year-round. From mountain biking and hiking through stunning scenery in the summer, to world class skiing on snowy white slopes in the winter, to quaint mountain towns chock full of delicious restaurants and charming stores, boutiques and galleries, Summit County Colorado has something for everyone to enjoy - no matter the season!
While you’re visiting Colorado’s Playground, this inviting 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom cabin with a sleeping loft is the perfect alpine accommodation. The beautiful wooden walls and cozy living room with a pot-bellied stove will enhance your mountain living experience. In the summer, you and your guests will love relaxing on the large deck where you can take in the beautiful view of emerald pine trees and impressive mountain peaks. You and your guests will also enjoy being close to the Blue River! In the wintertime, you’re only a short drive away from a variety of ski resorts. In fact, this home is only about 4 miles away from Breckenridge. Sleep in, and then spend your crisp winter days skiing down the stunning Colorado Mountains. At the end of the day, you’ll be happy to come spend your evenings in this cabin. This bright, modern kitchen is a wonderful place to cook and enjoy your favorite meals. Plus, it has quick access to the deck, making it easy to use the grill. To relax at the end of the day, you can soak in the steamy private hot tub, or curl up by the toasty fire and rest up for your next day of Colorado mountain adventures!
From this beautiful home, you’ll be able to take full advantage of all the amazing activities Summit County has to offer. Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, and Vail are all nearby, so you can enjoy exploring different resorts and towns. In the summer, you’ll have easy access to hiking and biking trails, watersports on Lake Dillon, as well as a variety of other activities. No matter the season, Colorado’s Playground has something for you!
Key Residence Features:
This large kitchen was beautifully updated in 2007 with all stainless steel appliances
An open concept layout makes it easy for you to enjoy the company of your travel companions
A sleeping loft adds extra space and beds in this cozy mountain home
From here you'll have easy access to Breckenridge, Arapahoe Basin, Keystone, Vail, and Copper Mountain Resorts
A private hot tub is the perfect way to relax after an exhilarating day on the mountain
Enjoy picturesque mountain views from the cabin's large deck
The caretakers have a lockoff on the property and they will not disrupt you during your stay.
Master Bedroom: Queen-sized Bed, dresser, two night stands, lamp, closet
Bedroom 2: Queen-sized Bed, dresser, two night stands, lamp, closet
Sleeping loft with 2 Queen-sized beds, 2 Twin-sized beds, and a TV
Pet friendy (2 pet maximum)
Must be at least 21 years old to book
No large gatherings
Additional taxes and fees may apply
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Owner / Property Manager purchased this cabin in 0
Pro's: This is a cosy cabin a few miles south of Breckenridge, about 10 minutes drive into town. The deck is very nice, lots of sun in the afternoon, a fire pit. The inside hot tub opens up to the deck with french doors. Kitchen was wel equipped. Dining table and living room are nice, but basic. Nice gas-fired pot belly stove. Hot tub with its own bathroom with shower is very practical.
Cons: We were here in the spring, so the unpaved drive way got really muddy, which is to be expected, but still a nuisance. Area around the stairs up to the cabin has outside garbage cans and had some spilled garbage on the ground, bad first impression when arriving. The cabin could use some maintenance, especially the windows. We could not figure out the electric heaters, thermostat programming seemed to overrun our manual settings. There is a couple living downstairs of the cabin (on the ground level) and the cabin is not noise proof in certain areas, we could literally follow conversations from one of our bedrooms.
My family of 7 stayed here for spring break. It was a great deal and was comfortable for us. The house could use a little TLC but overall it worked out well and I'd go back
Wonderful, cozy cabin with such a great 'get-away' feel. Plenty of space, roomy, and great lighting throughout. Communication with the tenants downstairs as well as the property owner were very pleasant and helpful. Would definitely recommend this to friends and family and may even look forward to a return trip in the future!
Very clean and well maintained. Super comfortable beds and there is a hot tub room...perfect after a day on the slopes.
We stayed for 5 nights and loved it! Hot tub worked great and this lovely cabin exceeded our expectations. We did not see in the info that a tenant lived downstairs, but it was not an issue at all, he was very friendly. Parking was the only complaint we had, as the tenant has 2 vehicles and were both in front, we had to park next to the snow bank and climb out passenger side to leave room for him to get out, but not a big deal. The snow was great, kids had a blast playing in front yard. By far the best value in the area! Thank you so much for sharing this home with us!
If it hadn't been for Sandy (the owner? manager? not sure) I would have given this place a lower rating. The photos do NOT give an accurate description of the property - they make the rooms look much larger than they really are. The interior and exterior are NOT maintained well and garbage was strewn outside in the front yard during our entire stay. The oven malfunctioned sending out noxious fumes that made the carbon monoxide detectors go off. When our party arrived, beds were not made and the sheets were lying on the floor. There are tenants who live on the bottom floor - this is not made known on the web site I don't think - and they have the router for the Wi-Fi. While we were there these tenants had turned off the router and we were told the only way to fix this problem was to notify the tenants which nobody was able to do. So this promised service was not available to us. The only good thing was that Sandy was responsive and tried to help us rectify these situations but it seemed she had limited options.
Since the town of Breckenridge pre-dates the ski area by 102 years, the place blissfully lacks a master-planned feel and has authentic, historic, small-town charm. You may feel away from it all tucked in the White River National Forest in Breckenridge, but you are really in the epicenter of Colorado's best!
You are within 30 minutes from 5 other major ski areas: Vail, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain and Loveland!! Plus, the huge shopping center Outlets at Silverthorne are a mere 20 minute, stunningly scenic jaunt!
In and around Breckenridge, a pervasive network of historic mining trails offer fabulous chances to explore the valley on a mountain bike, a dog sled, snowmobile, cross-country skis, snowshoes or even feet! Other surprisingly year-round activities include fishing, museum and historical sites tours, hot air balloon rides and mine tours. You can get private, guided tours on virtually any activity imaginable!
During summer, climb a nearby 14er (14,000+ foot mountain) at Quandary Peak. Bike rental shops will point you to the paved bike path along the Blue River stretching for miles of scenic beauty on the way to Frisco. From Frisco you can bike to Keystone, around Lake Dillon and even to Vail Pass!
Breckenridge is serious about summer fun with the Gold Runner (raised rail) Alpine Coaster, hit howling speeds on the famous Alpine Slide, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h91OUmOEHio&feature=related plus take scenic chairlift rides, pan for gems, go bungee jumping, play miniature golf, go white water rafting and take a 4x4 off-road tour!
Did you know The Town of Breckenridge owns a Jack Nicklaus-designed, 27-hole golf course? Not only have numerous national and regional honors have been bestowed on the course, but the golf ball flies farther and straighter than at lower elevations, since there is less air resistance. As summer wanes, taking a drive on Boreas Pass Road during the fall is one of the best places to see fall color in the Colorado – perfectly timed to be the weekend of OktoberFest! Don't miss Breckenridge's many fun and wacky festivals throughout the year!
Despite the appreciation for preserving the old town area, massive ski area improvements continue to enhance the skier experience at Breckenridge. With a new bridge, now you can ski right down to Main Street to Colorado’s largest and best-preserved historic district. The Breck Connect Gondola is right next to the free bus depot, which loads in the middle of the parking lot! Breckenridge banished the death marches schlepping gear!! You'll find everything from steep, above-timberline chutes and bowls to groomed greens and everything in between. There are five terrain parks and half-pipes for skiers and boarders, with the terrain park called “Freeway” rated as one of the best in the United States!
Truly world-class cuisine awaits at many of Breckenridge’s 60 restaurants, plus a vibrant arts scene, numerous spas, and over 200 stores. Downtown Breckenridge shops offer everything from extravagant to oddball. Don’t forget - if name brands are your thing, the expansive Outlets at Silverthorne are only minutes away. Breckenridge somehow blends the indulgent with the funky and friendly that make this town a must-see (and do) for ANY season!
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