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Comfortable 2BR 2FullBath Lightpine paneled 2100sf in red rock canyon (Sleeps 6)

The cabin is located in the heart of the Four Corners area. If you like exploring red rock canyons, have an interest in the ancient peoples of the Southwest or just want to get away to a stunningly beautiful area to enjoy the peace and quiet while relaxing in the space of 35 acres just off a paved road in canyon country, this cabin will fill your needs. Make this your private getaway to a land filled with history and ancient mystery. This cabin feels remote but is only a 1/4 mile down a well maintained gravel road from a paved road and provides a base for taking advantage of all that the four corners has to offer. It lies exactly midway between Mesa Verde and Hovenweep and 5 min from great hiking at the Sand Canyon entrance to Canyons for the Ancients.

Situated along the year-round creek in the midst of the red rock cliff section of historic McElmo canyon, the cabin sits a shady elm grove, next to red rock cliffs and a Macintosh & Jonathan apple orchard. Long since abandoned by the 'Anazasi' who lived in the surrounding countryside from its mesa tops to its canyon bottoms; this canyon was once home to the ancestors of the Pueblo peoples of New Mexico. Their legacy remains visible today as is illustrated by the cliff dwellings across the creek seen from the cabin front porch and the pottery sherds surfacing as the rains and winds uncover buried layers of of an earlier civilization in the surrounding fields.

One of our neighbors,a professionally trained archaeologist, roams the surrounding landscape and is often available to guide hikes to nearby sites in the Canyons of the Ancients. Once home to Mormon settlers and farmers scattered along the stage coach road by the creek, the canyon is still home to cowboys and ranchers alongside the farmers, archaeologists, artists, stone carvers, horses, cows, sheep, donkeys, foxes, deer, grape growers, wine makers and the very rare occasional mountain lion.

Keywords: Cabin, large shaded porch, redrock canyon views, creek, hiking.

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  • non smoking only
  • Minimum Age Limit for Renters
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had a wonderful time at your cabin and, after finding it easily from your directions, found it very clean and comfortable, with beautifully maintained grounds. Our stay coincided with the last day of the Perseid meteor showers and we saw many amazing shooting stars. My husband also took a cool time lapsed star trail photo off the back of the porch! We enjoyed spending time in the living room area in the evening, with the kids falling asleep on the couches while we waited for the meteors, as well as hanging out in the early morning on the porch and in the yard, too.

Thank you again for allowing us to stay for just the one night. We couldn't have asked for a more perfect spot!
Aug 2013
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The owner and his Grand-kids. For many years I have had an interest in Archaeoastronomy, a blend of both archeology and astronomy. I have made numerous trips to the Andes in Peru to investigate Inca ruins with my neighbors. The Anasazi people of the Four Corners region of the Southwest hold that same allure for me - only they lived right in my back yard! There are kivas, stone towers, petroglyphs and sun spirals within easy reach and lots of educational opportunity to learn about it nearby. We felt blessed to find this vacation cabin in the heart of the Anasazi country with plenty of opportunity to explore and to study the ancient peoples and their knowledge of practical astronomy. We hope you will enjoy the area as much as we have.

Bernard purchased this cabin in 2003

This property has McElmo Creek running through it the red rock sandstone canyon all year long, an apple orchard, spectacular views and borders on the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. Our neighbors are friendly, knowledgeable and handy folks: horse riders, healers, Andean & Southwest explorers, farmers, wine makers, fruit growers, and creative people. With sunny Colorado skies only 10 miles from great bars and restaurants in a real four corners small town with that out west county beat, a natural park, and wonderful hiking to Anasazi ruins just out the back door, but far enough from the city lights that the skies are dark and the entire sky is available for viewing.

Perfect views from the front porch swing of the red cliff rock section of McElmo canyon. The incredibly dark views of the night sky in the dry desert air, the solitude of being away from town, the slow and peaceful lifestyle, spectacular scenery, finding a new pot shard in the yard, watching the deer and fox, all the apples we can eat, good wine tasting just up the road - these are some of the things that make our Cabin in McElmo Canyon special.

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SCENIC CABIN 35Ac Peace&Quiet Creek Pets Hiking 35min-MesaVerde, 5min-SandCanyon
average rating of 4.368421 based on 19 reviews
SCENIC CABIN 35Ac Peace&Quiet Creek Pets Hiking 35min-MesaVerde, 5min-SandCanyon
(720) 841 5326 (Colorado, USA)
Cortez Southwestern Colorado

Great stay

  • 4 of 5
The stay was fun and exciting love to come back. Everything was so well orginized, and labeled. My family loved it there the enviorment was beautiful. The only thing that bothered me was the internet. Id surely recommend this to all families.
  • Submitted: Aug 27, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Recommended for:  Adventure Seekers, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers
SCENIC CABIN 35Ac Peace&Quiet Creek Pets Hiking 35min-MesaVerde, 5min-SandCanyon
(720) 841 5326 (Colorado, USA)
Cortez Southwestern Colorado

Wonderful stay in the country

  • 5 of 5
My husband and I stayed 4 nights here in August 2014. The house was clean and well-appointed. Comfortable bed, luxurious sheets, fresh towels, and a serene view of beautiful McElmo Canyon. The water has a mineral smell, as others have noted, but it dissipates quickly. We didn't find it objectionable. The reverse-osmosis drinking water tap in the kitchen was much appreciated. We enjoyed watching the moon rise over the canyon in the evenings. The neighbor dogs came over the first day to check us out and apparently decided we were okay - we didn't see or hear from them after that. We wanted to go on a trail ride, and Bernard recommended a neighbor, Canyon Trails Ranch. We had an amazing morning riding the canyon - thank you so much, Bernard, for the great recommendation. This is a really nice house in a beautiful location, ideal for exploring Canyons of the Ancients and Mesa Verde. I really hope we are able to visit again one day.
  • Submitted: Aug 25, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Recommended for:  Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway
Owner's Response: Thanks for letting us know you enjoyed your stay. It is good to hear that you found the place clean. We do have a NEW cleaning service so getting guest feedback is very important. We improved the communication and feedback with the cleaning crew and have implemented a thorough written checklist . That coupled with immediate verbal feedback seems to be working much better that previously.
Yes, the beds are comfortable and the satin sheets give them luxurious feel. That king bed is maybe the second best bed I have every slept on { the very best is the one we have here now in Tucson }. I really like soaking in that master bath with the new towel sets.
The mineral smell that you experience when you first run the hot water does dissipate very quickly and eventually should be gone entirely once the new water treatment system has been running for a few months. The RO system under the sink was out of service when the faucet starting leaking but we replaced the entire system with a new one that adds back some minerals that are removed by the RO process to rebalance the minerals in the drinking water. It’s good to hear that you appreciated having that available.
The white shaggy neighbor dogs are Pyrenees Mountain dogs - a friendly breed - and they do make the neighborhood rounds occasionally to see what’s happening. I have found as you mentioned that once you meet them and they have checked you out, they seem satisfied and happy to continue their rounds. They are responsible for the sheep that you can see sometimes in the adjacent field.
You are welcome for the trail ride recommendation. The Canyon is a very scenic place to ride. I’m sure my neighbor at Canyon Trails Ranch took good care of you – they know the area very well.
Next time you are there, you should visit Hovenweep – the property is half way between Mesa Verde National Park and Hovenweep National Monument – and Sand Canyon is just 5 min down the road. There are other unexcavated ruins nearby as well. Yucca House is just 10 min up the road and is completely undisturbed so you can see what that type of ruin looks like – it will give you an understanding of how the ancient buildings blend in to the natural environment after 800 years.
The dark skies are one of the real delights of the area. I do enjoy watching the moon rise over the canyon but I prefer it to rise late as then I get to see the stars and milky way clearly–they are are stunning in some of the best dark skies in the country
SCENIC CABIN 35Ac Peace&Quiet Creek Pets Hiking 35min-MesaVerde, 5min-SandCanyon
(720) 841 5326 (Colorado, USA)
Cortez Southwestern Colorado
Cary, NC

Lots of room. Well-stocked. Beautiful, natural spot. Wonderful art touches/decor

  • 5 of 5
Really enjoyed staying in this home. Clearly the owners care very much about their guests' stay. Beds were quite comfortable including the massive air mattress which inflates and deflates easily. My daughters loved roaming the property. My eldest who's an archaeological 'nut' found several pottery sherds that made her happy:). Clearly, this is not a 'scrubbed up U.S. hotel.' If you're bothered by a few moths making their way inside or natural mineral smells in the water, this isn't for you. Wound up stopping at Walgreens for some foam earplugs as the neighbors' dogs are quite vocal looking after their animals and humans. Can't blame them as we saw fresh tracks while walking the property in the a.m. including a mountain lion, several deer and maybe a coyote! We found this thrilling and really enjoyed the closeness to nature while still being convenient for Mesa Verde. By the way, do stop at the Silver Bean in Cortez en route to Mesa Verde. It's a hoot (and has excellent coffee).
  • Submitted: Aug 11, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Recommended for:  Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Romantic Getaway
Owner's Response: Thanks for your feedback. We do care about our guests and their experience. We also think the beds are great. The bed sheets are all freshly upgraded to 500 count satin. The towel sets are new as well. The inflatable is a new one with the pump integrated into it for easy inflation and deflation.
Ruins and potsherds: There are a couple of ruins on the property across the creek and difficult to reach. We usually find our potsherds on the exposed dirt slopes from the upper fields (house level) to the lower property (creek level). You can see the cliff dwelling alcove across the creek up high on the canyon wall from the front porch swing.
Moths: Yes, there are some miller moths (not the clothes eating kind) during the summer months in Colorado. We have replaced the screen in the door - some guest’s kids had been pushing on the screen to and caused a large opening at the edge - with a new screen and also replaced the porch lights with yellow bug lights to help keep the moths outside. There are also some new moth traps hidden above the kitchen and bath cabinets to trap those moths that do find their way in.
Dogs: Our nearest neighbors (1100’ away) have a few sheep and two Great Pyrenees (Pyrenean Mountain Dogs) used as livestock guardians – a mother and her son. Another litter mate, a daughter, lives much further up the road with another neighbor. These are strong willed, gentle, confident, fearless, patient and affectionate animals from Spain or France. Once they know you, they love you. However, they do bark at perceived threats to their area as they take their duties seriously. Sometimes these threats are very real as we have had bears and mountain lions in the canyon and some livestock taken. Other times the threat is an unknown person or car and as soon as the person or car vanishes the dogs stop barking. If they keep barking there is a reason. A phone call to me so I can inform my neighbors and they can investigate is my recommendation. Another is to turn on the A/C unit in the bedroom and close the window. This is not a constant issue but is a sometimes occurrence and is part of living in the country. {There are, in fact, ordinances in Montezuma County so that any reoccurring nuisance issues can be resolved – but this has not been an ongoing problem.}
Cortez has some great little restaurants/coffee shops. The Silver Bean in on the western end of Main. Sol Pizza is a further east in a historic bldg across from Main St Brewery.
SCENIC CABIN 35Ac Peace&Quiet Creek Pets Hiking 35min-MesaVerde, 5min-SandCanyon
(720) 841 5326 (Colorado, USA)
Cortez Southwestern Colorado
Denver, Colorado

Can't recommend highly enough...

Can't recommend highly enough...
  • 5 of 5
My boyfriend and I came here with our dog for our anniversary. The location is absolutely stunning. We went to Mesa Verde (which was phenomenal) and made other small sight seeing trips but we were always happy to just be here in this beautiful canyon. We saw deer in the yard and fell asleep to the sound of the creek every night. The porch swing is a haven. We sat there for hours just enjoying the sights and sounds. We also briefly met the owner who was very kind and helpful. Again, can't recommend this place highly enough. We'll definitely be back!
  • Submitted: Aug 6, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Recommended for:  Adventure Seekers, Pet-friendly, Sightseeing, Romantic Getaway
Owner's Response: We are glad you enjoyed your stay. Thanks for letting us know. It was good to meet you and provide some tips on what to see and do in the area and in the next section of your travels. There was a wonderful lightning storm above the cliffs in the Canyons of the Ancients while you were staying - hope you were able to enjoy that as it was spectacular. The new water treatment filtration system that was installed prior to your arrival, the one that I stopped by to check on, was working fine. Along with the new water heater, it has eliminated the sulfur odor from the well water. The undersink RO unit in the kitchen is producing very nice drinking water. We also enjoy the babbling creek at night- that is one of the most restful sounds there is.
SCENIC CABIN 35Ac Peace&Quiet Creek Pets Hiking 35min-MesaVerde, 5min-SandCanyon
(720) 841 5326 (Colorado, USA)
Cortez Southwestern Colorado
Greeley,CO 80634

Agree with Chandra's review

Agree with Chandra's review
  • 2 of 5
Everything that Chandra commented on was what we experienced as well. I would add that the sulfur smell in the water does not "dissipate" as the owner suggested, and our children were really bothered by that. Bed linens for the blow up bed were found in a laundry basket in the closet (all the bed linens were worn and the pillows were pretty flat). We could'nt find a plug for the air mattress so one of the kids just slept on the floor. We had our 6 year old grandson with us so I was really concerned about his safety around the Front entry contstruction.
This place has a lot of potential, just needs a little more work. The size of the cabin and the land surrounding it are great! This was our first experience with vacation rentals-guess I will be more cautious if we go this way again.
  • Submitted: Jul 21, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Recommended for:  Adventure Seekers
Owner's Response: Please see my previous response to Chandra's review which was referenced.
The carpets have been professionally cleaned. We have replaced all the bed linens (and spares) with 540 count satin and added new sets of bath &y hand towels and wash clothes and new bath rugs.
There were four pillows for each bed ( and a few extra in the closet ). Most of those are flatter, thinner down or foam type as that is what we prefer but at least two of them are bigger full sized thick pillows for those who don't like the thin ones.
There are two inflatable beds - a queen and a double. I did find that the double had a missing plug. The queen has the plug and pump built in. The linens for those are both in the closet in a basket. I am sorry that a king and two queen beds were not sufficient for your stay.
There are two unfinished room additions (a mud room and an office - they lack drywall or insulation) and a unfinished stairwell from the carport to the basement (no door or stairs installed). There is no work currently underway on these so there is no construction noise. These additions have been boarded off to keep people out of the stairwell and the office space. The "mud" room has an open doorway and serves as the entry from the carport side, a place to leave your shoes: it has a carpet, a storm and a wooden exterior door through
which to enter the house or the basement. The other entry is from the long porch side which has the canyon views, a picnic table, a glider, and a gas grill.

Please call with any issues you encounter when you are there so we can address them then to make your stay more pleasant. :)
SCENIC CABIN 35Ac Peace&Quiet Creek Pets Hiking 35min-MesaVerde, 5min-SandCanyon
(720) 841 5326 (Colorado, USA)
Cortez Southwestern Colorado

OK place to stay in area, comparable to 2 star hotel or camping

  • 3 of 5
We spent 4 nights & were satisfied, but disappointed in comparison to other cabins we've rented for previous vacations. The description of the house is pretty accurate & was well stocked. Everything we needed was provided & it was easy to find what we were looking for. The house was cleaned prior to our arrival, but it was not as clean as I like.
If you are used to camping & being outdoors, maybe this wouldn't be any big deal, but the thing we disliked the most were the bugs! We only were able to open 1 window in the house because most don't have screens & the few that had screens were torn (& they are all dirty!)-even with leaving the rest of them closed tons of moths came in every night as well as other flying and crawling bugs--so if you are used to camping you might not care, but I was expecting the bugs to be outside-especially when paying $150/night for a house, not $20/campsite.
We brought water like recommended because the well water is something else we're not accustomed to. The bad smell when you take a shower fills the whole bathroom/bedroom shower fast!! Water is nice & hot & beds are comfortable. Don't plan to sleep in as the neighbor has a rooster to promptly awaken you, as well as dogs that bark all the time and sheep that make lots of noise...again, if you are comparing this to camping then fine...but I thought having 35 acres would mean quiet, but the neighbor's yard is just a few feet out of the bedroom window.
The furniture is dated but functional, the carpet is stained but was vacuumed, the flooring in the bathroom is stained but had been swept. If TV doesn't come in use a big stick to push the overgrown tree branches out of the way of the satellite. There are no closet doors in the main bedroom so you look at cheap shelves & hangers. It's not very pleasing to the eye-like staying in a Motel 6 or Super 8. (We prefer Holiday Inn Express, Drury, etc.) They're doing construction on the entryway, so maybe they will fix things up.
On the plus side, we felt safe there, and our teenage sons were able to roam around the land a couple times & enjoyed that. They came back covered in "stickers" all over their socks and shoes, & weren't able to go through a lot of the area because we hadn't packed jeans.
All in all, I would recommend this IF you know what to expect and IF you are going to be in the Four Corners area and you are looking for more than 1 room for your family.
Mesa Verde is FUN-liked the Balcony House tour.
  • Submitted: Jul 8, 2014
  • Stayed: Jun 2014
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: I have found that the screen door to the canyon views had a big rip in it. Apparently someone had been pushing on the screen to open the door rather than using the push bar. The screen was bulged out and had pulled loose from one side leaving about a 6" hole the bugs to use. I replaced the screen and added another cross piece to use to push the door open. The windows are old and are in the process of being replaced. However there are working screens in every room allowing the windows to be opened in order to use the evaporator cooler {it blows cool air into the house so you need to open the window a few inches to let the air flow throughout the house} This is the country and even in Colorado there are bugs. We like to keep them outside however and if you use the doors and windows properly, the bugs are not an issue. I have placed some "moth traps" on top of the cabinets {out of sight} in the kitchen and baths to lure those that do get in from people coming and going. {I also have some ultrasonic mice repellent gizmos around the house to keep those out and haven't seen one since we did that last year.}

Smell: I installed a new 50 gal water heater and the odor is now completely gone. {The sulfur (rotten egg) smell used to only be there when the water was first run and then go away after running the water for a few minutes. It had come back and running the water did not eliminate it anymore. Had I understood this, I would have replaced the heater earlier.} We also replaced the RO drinking water unit so there is now great drinking water { with the good minerals replaced as RO takes out everything }. So there is no need to bring bottled water if you don't like the well water.

My nearest neighbor is 1100' feet away. I do let his sheep graze in my apple orchard which is between our two houses. His two friendly white dogs watch the sheep as we do have an occasional mountain lion roam through the canyon. {If the sheep or the dogs are a bother, I can call my neighbor to get them but I have to know that it is an issue. No one has complained in the past.} As to the rooster, my neighbors do have chickens and yes they do announce the sunrise.

My wife had the closet doors in the master bedroom removed {they were not sliding smoothly} leaving access to the wood paneled double closets. There are some also inexpensive melamine & metal shelves in the closet to provide a little more organized space.

Please call if you encounter any issues :)



Nearest Airport
9 Miles
Cortez Municipal (CEZ)
Nearest Train
56 Miles
Durango ( Narrow Gauge Scenic Railway )
Nearest Motorway
10 Miles
Hwy 160 & 491
Nearest Barpub
12 Miles
Main Street, Cortez
Nearest Ski
76 Miles
Telluride Colorado
Nearest Golf
12 Miles
Cortez Municipal
Nearest Restaurant
12 Miles
Many Available in Cortez

Property abuts Canyons of the Ancients National Monument and is 5 min from the main entrance at Sand Canyon. It is nearby Mesa Verde (35min), Mancos Canyon, Goodman Point, Hovenweep, Anasazi Heritage Center, Crow Canyon Archeological Center, Ute Mountain Tribal Park, Lowry Indian Ruins, Cortez Cultural Center, Ute Mountain Casino at Towaoc, Guy Drew Winery, Mancos Staqecoach ride, Durango to Silverton Narrow Gauge Train, Million Dollar Highway, Rico Mining town, Durango Mountain Ski Resort, Telluride Ski Resort, Moab, Canyonlands and Arches National Parks.



Availability & Rates

Availability & Rates


Cortez Cabin Rental Rates


  • $150/nt
  • US Dollars
  • $150/night with a two night minimum.
  • $900 per week in season (spring-fall), $700 per week winter.
  • 5.25% lodging and sales tax not included.
  • $15 per pet per night.
  • Extended stays available - contact us with your requests.



Cortez Cabin Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • cabin
  • Guests provide their own meals
Floor Area:
  • 2100 sq. ft.
Location Type:
  • Waterfront ...
  • Mountain View ...
  • Monument View ...
  • Adventure
  • Away From It All
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Tourist Attractions
  • Family
  • Broadband Access ...
  • Wireless Internet ...
  • Covered Parking ...
  • Washing Machine ...
  • Parking for RV/Boat/Trailer ...
  • Linens Provided
  • Heating ...
  • Clothes Dryer ...
  • Internet
  • Towels Provided
  • Parking ...
  • Air Conditioning ...
  • Telephone ...
  • Cooking Utensils ...
  • Stove
  • Oven
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Coffee Maker
  • Toaster
  • Refrigerator
  • Ice Maker
  • Microwave
  • Kitchen ...
  • Dishwasher
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 6 people
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Bathroom 1 - toilet , tub , shower , Separate shower and soaking tub
    Bathroom 2 - toilet , tub , shower , Separate shower & tub
  • Bathrooms are large pine paneled with sink counter tub & shower toilet and closet
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
  • Master - 1 king , Private bath with soaking tub
    Second BR - 1 queen , Also has full bath
    Extra Beds - 1 queen , 1 double , Inflatable air bed with built-in electric pump
  • Master- King with private bath. Second-Queen with private door to hall bath Extra- Double blow up air bed with electric pump.
  • CD Player
  • Video Library ...
  • Books ...
  • Games ...
  • Satellite / Cable ...
  • Television
  • DVD Player
  • Lanai / Gazebo
  • Lawn / Garden
  • Golf ...
  • Outdoor Grill ...
  • Deck / Patio ...
  • Ski & Snowboard ...
  • non smoking only
  • Minimum Age Limit for Renters
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • pets considered ...
  • restaurants
  • cinemas
  • health/beauty spa
  • museums
  • ruins
  • winery tours
  • library
  • recreation center
  • water parks
Leisure Activities:
  • horseshoes
  • photography
  • bird watching
  • gambling casinos
  • walking
  • boating
  • sledding
  • wildlife viewing
  • sight seeing
  • horseback riding
  • shopping
  • antiquing
Local Services & Businesses:
  • fitness center
  • ATM/bank
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • laundromat
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • snowboarding
  • snowmobiling
  • racquetball
  • hunting
  • fishing
  • cross country skiing
  • rafting
  • skiing
  • fly fishing
  • hiking
  • rock climbing
  • golf
  • mountain biking
  • water skiing
  • sailing
  • basketball court
  • kayaking
  • freshwater fishing
  • hunting big game
  • hunting small game
  • mountain climbing
  • mountaineering

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