|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
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Imagine being placed within a paining of the most beautiful place on earth surrounded by 14,000 foot peaks with aspen dotting the landscape. Silent except for the sounds of nature and your sighs as you realize where you are but can't believe your good fortune. Stay at our wonderfully unique home in the shape of a pyramid. The home sleeps four with one bed built into the wall surrounded by glass allowing you to feel as though you are sleeping beneath the stars and the other on the second level allows for all the comforts of home. The house is 20 minutes from downtown Telluride and Mountain Village but a world away for those desiring solitude and incomparable beauty. Relax on the spacious deck or enjoy the opportunity to hot tub under stars you never knew existed. In the summer the are is a mecca for those loving the out of doors. In the winter you are a short 20 minute drive from one of the best ski resorts in the country. At the end of the ski day or summer day of exploring the surrounding country side you will have the privilege of returning to one of the most unique homes you will have ever enjoyed. The entire house has been recently remodeled and comes complete with steam shower, modern kitchen and satellite tv with wireless internet for when you have to be in touch with the outside world. We welcome you to experience beauty words cannot describe. Join us for your next ski vacation or outdoor adventure in the majestic San Juan mountain hideaway.
Our 2nd stay and we really love it there.
We are so grateful they share their home and the surrounding beauty with all who stay there!
This was truly the perfect romantic honeymoon. We had so much fun. We enjoyed breakfast on the patio every morning and saw many deer and elk. We also loved the steam shower and used the hot tub every night to watch the sunset! We had an amazing honeymoon and hope to return someday.
The Pyramid House was quite charming and had great views of the surrounding Colorado Rockies. The hot tub on the deck overlooking the scenery was the best part. The house was fully stocked with extra blankets and towels and came with a washer and dryer set, although we couldn't find directions on how to use it, so it was a tad tricky to figure out. The shower even had a steam setting (or was it a suana?), which was a lovely bonus. The kitchen was fully stocked with all cooking and eating utensils and there were three TVs, which was more than plenty. It was a perfect size for the two of us, but wouldn't recommend it for more than 4 people (and 2 of those 4 should be kids). The views from the master bed were great: you could see all the mountains by day and the stars popping up throughout the night.
We had a few downsides, but these are all relative to what you're looking to get out of your stay. LOCATION. While it had gorgeous views, it is definitely remote. There are house scattered around the 5+ mile drive up the mountain, but those are literally the only things up there. If you need anything (groceries, gas, entertainment), you have to go to Sawpit/Placerville or Telluride/Mountain Village. There is not much along the highway, so if I need or want to do anything, be prepared to spend some time driving anywhere. Roads up the mountain were unpaved and have lots of pot holes, so you need to drive slow or have a big car. TIMING. We traveled in early May, which is the off season for the entire area. The majority of stores in downtown Telluride were closed as were all of the gondolas. Same with other surrounding cities like Mountain Village, Ouray, etc. After deciding to make the trek down the mountain, it was disappointing to see mostly everything was closed. Our weather was also strange: it rained, then snowed, then was sunny and warm. HOUSE KINKS. The master bed views (and other windows) are great, but there are no blinds. Bring an eye mask so you aren't blinded by the sunrise and turn on the AC during the day because it does get hot when the sun is out. And I'm sure this is an isolated incident, but the kitchen sink was clogged when we arrived and flooded on us the first morning. The owner was helpful and was able to get someone out to fix it the next day. We made due, but we couldn't wash any of the dishes we had and couldn't use the sink for a whole day.
It was a great little house ... just make sure the time of year is right for your stay!
After e-mailing the owner in February to explain that I was looking to have a small wedding ceremony and reception at the property and even having her call my (now) husband once after, you can imagine my surprise when an hour and a half before my wedding I was notified by her husband that we were not to have the ceremony there. After sending the pictures of our conversation he said we could have ten people there, including myself, my husband, the preacher and the photographer--plus my fiance and I both have kids from previous marriages--so our parents wouldn't have even been able to watch. So instead of enjoying my day, that I wanted to be simple and small and elegant, I had to leave the property ( A lovely text came in saying any persons over the ten allowed would be considered trespassing and the sheriff would take care of them). So, in tears I called everyone I knew to see if I could get married there, after already paying for this place--which as a single mom whose only income is my teaching salary was not something I could afford. The weekend I spent here was supposed to be the best of my life, instead it was ruined and miserable and tear-filled.
We stayed at the pyramid house for a ski trip to Telluride in February. It was a very unique little house, and a great place to spend the weekend. It really isn't far from town at all and the little bit of drive (~25 min) was definitely worth it for the solitude you get. The house is in a beautiful location with almost no passing cars and mountain views all around! The house is really setup nice with a great kitchen downstairs and windows all around the upstairs, which make for a pretty cool experience. The deck also makes for a great outdoor space for sitting or grilling. It does get warm upstairs from the sun coming in the windows (even in February), but there is an A/C unit upstairs which probably helps in warmer weather.
Overall this was a very nice place to stay and being away from town out in the country was a great way to spend our trip to Telluride!
We had a wonderful 5 days here and loved every second of it. The house is nice and cozy, the scenery is beyond beautiful and no pictures do it justice. We had perfect weather for our stay: 2 days of warm (50's) and 2 days of snow and cold (20's). We loved seeing the elk each morning on the hill and crossing the road. It's so nice to be out in the mountains and have the quiet but only 20 mins from town and all the essentials and the ski resort. The steam shower and hot tub are the perfect pair for being out in the snow and cold all day. I could go on for days. We didn't want to leave and can't wait to come back. Thank you for sharing your piece of paradise with us! The only thing I would tell future visitors is if you plan on cooking (which we did almost every night) bring cookware and spices/oil/condiments/foil with you. There are some pans and plates/silverware/glasses but no spatulas or spices or things of that nature.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
4 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$59|
|Pet Fee||$50 + Tax|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.