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Breathtaking Views, Peaceful Pleasant Valley Lodging! This is a cozy log duplex home located in the unique Bellvue Dome geologic setting. Not only will it charm you with its Southwestern flare inside, outside are panoramic views of Colorado's endless beauty, great bicycling, paddling, and hiking within minutes. Enjoy the serene setting while grilling on the deck, or the hot tub at night while stargazing the infinite skies with loved ones. At Pleasant Valley you can enjoy the finer things in life. A natural setting, with plenty of wildlife, yet conveniently located to desirable destinations such as Rocky Mountain National Park,Estes Park, Colorado State University, and Old Town Fort Collins.
Red Feather Lakes (20 miles) – fishing, hiking, championship mountain golf course
Fort Collins Old Town (8 miles) – shopping, restaurants, bars, famous microbreweries (coined “Napa Valley of Beer!”), outstanding pedestrian path
Fort Collins Pedestrian Trail System (2 miles)– access @ Bellvue Fish Hatchery, Watson Lake, or numerous points in and around Fort Collins. Approximately 20 miles of scenic trails along creeks, and the Poudre River.
Keywords: Log Apartment Home, Log Duplex
Myself and my family live on-site this beautiful property and manage it. While it is our home, it is a very special place and location and we love sharing it with travelers and their families. I have been in the hospitality industry since I began working. I take pride in my customer service and in my attention to detail. It's the small, simple touches that guests appreciate and remember for years to come. I look forward to meeting you.
This property is the perfect get-away. It is an ideal location due to the sense of solitude, being away from the hustle and bustle, yet only a 15 minute drive to Old Town where you can find endless entertainment, shops, eateries, music and so much more. If you are an outdoorsy person, this is an ideal location for you. Not only is the view of the valley and the red rocks captivating, there is an abundance of wild life, biking trails, state parks, lakes and rivers all within a few miles. So much fun for the whole family, or just a peaceful get-away for one.
While we do have WiFi you wont find a television in every room, in fact you wont find one at all. This is a great place to bring people together and disconnect from their busy and sometimes hectic schedules. We have many games available, a beautiful deck with a hot tub that sparks great conversation. We even have our friendly hens who are like family members. Don't be surprised when they greet you with a warm welcome. They like to share their delicious fresh eggs and so do we! What makes this place unique is there is no place like it. It is not a 5 star resort, it is your home away from home.
My family & I had a wonderful stay here. The cabin had a beautiful view and great deck to eat meals on. The cabin had everything that we needed . The owners and their family were very accommodating ..
My kids gave me two thumbs up on this place
This is the first reservation I have made on the VRBO site and I must say it was a learning experience. Since all previous reviewers gave this cabin five stars my expectations were pretty high. However, the pro's list for me is very short: 1)The owner Amy was great. We had to call her twice during our stay for a few issues, she answered her phone promptly and was very willing to help. 2) The surroundings of the cabin were very peaceful and the views out of all the windows were great. 3) The hot tub was a great amenity and was put to good use.
My list of con's is a bit weightier. 1)The cabin itself was not very clean. There were many cob webs all over the house. The glass shower enclosure appeared dirty. And the upstairs bedroom had quite a few bugs, I think I killed over 5 the first night there. Not only was the cabin not very clean but you are also expected to strip the beds of all the linens, take out all of the trash, and do all the dishes you used before you leave. I don't have a problem cleaning up, but I paid a housekeeping fee when I made the reservation, so I don't think I should have to do half the work. 2) You are not allowed to touch the thermostat. This wouldn't have been a big deal, except the second night we were there it got down in the 40's and the owners didn't turn on the heater. In order to warm up our side of the cabin we would have had to use a wood burning fire place and we were all far too tired to figure out how to work it, so we stayed a little cool that night. 3) It's not stated clearly in the description that this cabin is a duplex and the owners live on the other side. There are three doors throughout the house that separate you from them and they are all paper thin. We were woken up every morning by the creaky floors, squealing children, and conversations among them. When we were sitting in the living/dining room it would at times sound like they were all in the same room as us, which is not ideal when you are trying to have a relaxing get away.
In summary I wouldn't recommend this cabin. I honestly don't understand how anyone gave this place five stars.
We couldn't have chosen a better place to stay for our vacation. Sitting on the deck was so quiet and peaceful, and the view was fabulous. The chickens were fun. We enjoyed the hot tub each night. We hiked every day and the hikes were close by, which was so convenient. Amy helped us with choices and directions which was so very helpful. Amy also cooked us a meal while we were there. This was the absolute highlight of our trip. We had been on a long hike that day and it was such a pleasure to come home and have such a special meal waiting on us. We picked the menu and it was better than any restaurant could have ever been. We loved our stay and would rebook in a heartbeat if we were in the area. Thank you, Amy, for everything!!!
This was the perfect retreat for my sisters and I! We are busy mama's and wives and only get one weekend per year with one another. We couldn't have asked for a more warm, welcoming and beautiful spot to relax. The owner has chickens on the property who roam free, which is so fun! There were fresh eggs awaiting us upon our arrival, among many other very personal and thoughtful touches. Would recommend this getaway spot to anyone who wants kick back and relax. We"d surely come back again!
We were so fortunate to spend a weekend here at Amy's cabin. Before we arrived, Amy was so helpful in sending very detailed restaurant and hiking recommendations. She was spot on with everything! When we arrived to the cabin we were greeted by Amy and her family, including a dog and chickens. We knew then that this place was something special. Amy's thoughtful touches including fresh eggs from the chickens and a welcome basket including coffee beans were just another example of how her property stands out above the rest. We enjoyed the hot tub and the wonderful views and starry nights. The nearby hiking and multitude of breweries made this a perfect location. This rental is the ultimate in small town hospitality and love.
Almost afraid to tell anyone how wonderful this quiet, little rustic cabin is! Peaceful, warm, beautiful setting & loads of hospitality. The personal touches Amy takes to make you feel welcome, from amazing homemade bread to flower arrangements, lovely soaps, and well appointed kitchen. Watching chickens roam around freely in morning & stargazing from hot tub at night, truly an escape from city life! Yet close enough to visit our CSU student. Perfect thanksgiving for the whole family, we'll be back!
Lory State Park (@ 2 miles) – borders Horsetooth reservoir, horseback riding and trails, connects to Horsetooth Mtn Park and Blue Sky trail to Devil’s Backbone Open Space (15 mile off road trail!).
Horsetooth Mtn Park (15 miles by car, close hiking, biking access through Lory State Pk) - trails, horseback riding, mtn biking. Incredible views of Longs Peak and Rocky Mtn National Park
Horsetooth Reservior ( 2 miles)- 15 mile long lake with boat rentals and loading ramps
Cache le Poudre Wilderness (13 miles)– secluded, 500,000 acre playground at head of Rist Canyon Road, access at Stove Prairie School; hike, fish, ski, mtn bikes allowed on Stove Prairie Rd.
Cache le Poudre Canyon (4 miles) – trout highway, outstanding whitewater…all classes, rafting and kayaking; Mishawaka Inn (stream side restaurant, bar, and outdoor music venue; mtn bike and hiking trails galore, access to Cameron Pass
Pengree Park (access 15 miles up Poudre Canyon; or 25 miles over Pengree Pass) – BEAUTIFUL
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$250|
|Cleaning fee||$60 + Tax|