Grand Lake Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4-6)
Openings still available for 2014 aspen-viewing!
Cozy and clean 2 bed, 1 bath cabin in the desirable Columbine Lake neighborhood, sleeps 4-6. Just 100 miles NW of Denver in Grand Lake, this cabin is situated with Columbine Lake across the street, and acres of woods and wilderness out the back door. Rocky Mountain National Park is 1.1 miles North on US34.
This newly renovated cabin features wood burning stove, granite countertops in the fully equipped kitchen, travertine tile in the bathroom, and a flat screen TV with Blu Ray player.
Queen size bed and full size bed in upstairs bedrooms. Fold out queen size couch in living room on first floor. The cabin is kid-friendly: a new Pack N Play and high chair are available for use.
The town of Grand Lake is 1.5 miles away; RMNP is 1.1 miles away; Sol Vista 25 minutes; Winter Park 40 minutes. Endless miles of trails for snowmobiling, cross country skiing and hiking. Some of the best fishing in the state. Enjoy the views and a beverage on the back porch or cuddle up next to the fire with a book. This is moose country so bring your camera! (The one shown below was taken through the front door window!!)
One or two well behaved housebroken dogs up to 60lbs are allowed. Please let us know if you will be bringing your dog along at the time that the rental is booked. No cats Please!
There is a strict no-smoking policy which is enforced.
$120 cleaning fee for stays three nights or less.
Keywords: cabin, house
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- pets considered
We are a young couple with two small children who love to get up to the mountains to relax, kayak, hike and enjoy the views of the woods from the back porch and the views of the water and the mountains from the front porch!
We bought this cabin in 2009 after falling in love with Grand Lake and the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park. It needed some work - actually, a bunch of work. We gutted the entire inside down to the studs and put in new floors; new kitchen; new bathroom; a brand new wood-burning stove; new carpet; and sound insulation between the bedrooms. We bought it before we had kids, and spent a lot of time up there. When the little ones came along, it became a little harder to travel up there as often, and so we decided to make it a rental property in 2012. Our guests seem to love the quiet, and all the wildlife in the back yard. Our next major project is to redo the siding and the front and back porches. However, the inside is brand new, and 'it's what's on the inside that counts!!'
It is way less crowded - with way more wildlife and more peace and quiet - than the east side of RMNP. We love the many lakes, the woods in the back yard, the trails, and the stars at night!