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Places to stay in Estes Park

Places to stay in Estes Park
One of Estes Park’s most popular vacation rentals, for good reason! This modern studio offers a private deck & great views in a quiet mountain neighborhood near Rocky Mountain National Park (Permit 3281). You will likely encounter herds of elk & deer, and are welcome to enjoy the starry night in the hot tub. A cozy, private space with its own entrance, a luxurious queen bed, sofa bed, & kitchenette. Conveniently located 1/4 mile from Marys Lake, and 4 miles from downtown & the national park
NOTE: You must input dates and guest count before the platform calculates an accurate price for your visit. This is a gorgeous, modern studio apartment in my home's walkout basement, with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains. As you can see in the photos, there is a front living area and a rear bedroom area, but no door separating them. I am a photographer by profession and have decorated the walls with my favorite images of the area. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making them! Past reviews have raved about this property: "... the best I've stayed at." "... a surreal environment with beautiful artwork and clean cut simplicity in design" "... a must stay if you are in the area." "... tons of wildlife right out the back door." "... pictures can’t truly describe the view from the deck." "... an incredible value for all it gives. Amazing location and view!" Note that some months of the year I live upstairs, and other months I am gone. When booking, assume I'll be here -- but also understand you'll have your own private studio, kitchenette, bathroom, deck and entrance as shown in the photos. You probably won't see me unless you need me, and I give guests privacy. I figure that's why you're here in the mountains in the first place! Rest is so important after a day hiking around Rocky Mountain National Park! Sleep soundly on a Serta queen mattress and a super comfortable 3-inch memory foam topper. The bed is the third most loved aspect of my unit, aside from the view and hot tub. The front living area has a futon sofa that can be converted to a full size bed, so the unit can accommodate 3 or 4 people. There is an extra per person fee for more than 2 people. There is little better in life than sitting in this cozy space (or on the deck!) after a great day in Rocky Mountain National Park, and watching deer and elk graze nearby. If you're lucky you'll spot the neighborhood bobcat, badger, or raccoon family. This rental is situated a fantastic rural neighborhood on the slopes of Prospect Mountain. The house has unobstructed views because of its elevation. Due to the topography, the house is very isolated and private -- you can't see neighbors and they can't see you. Recurring comments from guests include the great views, the privacy, the deck, the hot tub, the uncluttered and open space, and the fact that you can watch the sun rise over the mountains from bed if you're so inclined. You'll be well equipped to do your own cooking while you visit: the kitchenette features a fridge and freezer, a two burner cooktop, toaster, stainless steel pots/pans, dishes and cutlery, water boiler, and more. Please see the photos for more details. There is no oven. The deck is perfect for lounging and enjoying the view and relaxing. It features two big chaise lounges. The deck's railing has a thick piece of wood on top, and guests often use that as a table top and sit on bar stools and watch the sunset and eat dinner. This unit does not feature a television, but there is speedy WiFi if you want to stream Netflix to your computer or tablet. If you want to fish, Marys Lake is 1/4 mile away. There's even a beach for sunbathing. If you like rock climbing, there are boulders from V0 to V10, trad routes from 5.5 to 5.12, and sport routes from 5.7 to 5.13 on Prospect Mountain, all of which are 15-20 minutes by foot from the front door. There's also a great hiking trail that goes to the top of Prospect Mountain (the trailhead is 5 minutes by foot from the house), and once there you'll have one of the best views of Estes Park around, with a full panorama of the Continental Divide and Estes Valley. The entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park is about 7 minutes via car. As you can see in the photos, you do need to walk down several flights of steps to get to the unit. Be prepared for this! Overall, this studio is a great base for outdoor lovers who want peace and quiet and want to experience all the wonders of Estes Park and the Rocky Mountains.
This is a wonderful neighborhood in one of the more rural parts of Estes Park. We are only a few miles from downtown, but things are quiet here! The home is nestled in a huge ravine on the slope of Prospect Mountain, so you can't see the neighbors homes. It feels pretty secluded. You can actually hike out the front door and in about 45 minutes be at the top of Prospect Mountain, which has one of the most incredible views in all of Estes Park! You can see the entire national park and the continental divide in a giant panorama. The home is also about a quarter of a mile from Marys Lake, where you can fish. I love this area and am grateful to live here. DO NOT LEAVE FOOD IN YOUR CAR. Local bears have been known to get a little curious.
  • Very clean, modern studio in the mountains of Estes park. The views are amazing and the hot tub is a great plus. Would recommend to any young couple on a budget.

    Jason2020-04-29T00:00:00Z
  • This place was very clean and had lovely views of the mountains. It was great waking up to such a view in the morning with a cup of joe. Host was kind and helpful as able. Would stay here again.

    Hanna2020-03-23T00:00:00Z
  • Cozy spot with great views out the windows and from the porch. I needed an economical spot to stay for hiking locally, and Nathan was great, and the space was perfect. Things were getting weird in the world that weekend, and this was a needed oasis.

    Lee2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • What an amazing place with the host to compliment. Nathan was great!

    Braden2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • Great View and great location if your heading into the national park or the downtown area. Very clean and accommodating.

    Travis2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • This was a wonderful place to stay during our time in Estes Park. We will definitely be back! Great views, cozy home, and wonderful host.

    Alexis2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome place with amazing views

    Nicholas2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • The property here gives you such breathtaking views you won’t want to leave the balcony. It’s such an amazing gem.

    Frankie2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Town of Estes Park Vacation Home Registration No. 3173. 10% DISCOUNT MAY/JUNE BOOKINGS. If you book one week or more you get an ADDITIONAL 10% DISCOUNT (20%). EPA STANDARDS FOR COVID CLEANING HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED. All-season log home - 2,500 square feet of home with 4 bedrooms! Hot tub with 33 massage jets. If booking many months in advance, you can choose the option "PAY LESS UPFRONT" on the Airbnb payment page. Airbnb splits your payment to make for an easier payment plan.
    We are 10 minutes drive to downtown Estes Park. A paved road leads to our log home and we have a concretedriveway. We have superb views of the valley and mountains with Elk often in the meadows. We have an airconditioner in themain level for warmer summersand heating and a fireplace for winter. There are 4 bedrooms/sleeping areas including a loft with 3 full bathrooms. It is fully furnished and equipped with most of everything you will need including bedsheets, towels, soap, shampoo, conditioner, full kitchen with kitchenware, glassware and utensils plus a coffee maker etc. We only bring our groceries and travel luggage/clothes when we stay here.
    NO COLLEGE PARTIES, PARTYING OR GATHERINGS FOR PARTYING ARE ALLOWED. NO WEDDING CEREMONIES, RECEPTIONS OR BIRTHDAY PARTIES INVOLVING THE CONGREGATION OF OUTSIDE UNREGISTERED GUESTS ARE ALLOWED. NO MORE THAN A MAXIMUM OF 10 (TEN) REGISTERED GUESTS ARE ALLOWED PER THE CITY OF ESTES PARK VACATION HOME RENTAL RULES. Failure to abide by these rules will result in the police being called, a fine of $500 and eviction with no refunds of your money for a partial stay. 1.) We live in a peaceful and quiet residential neighborhood on 3/4 of an acre with enough distance from our neighbors to make for a pleasant experience. We therefore ask that you respect the quietness of the neighborhood and enjoy the amazing views of the mountains and valley which very often has deer and elk grazing in nearly every season. 2.) You can enjoy sitting on the large deck on the outside patio during the day. Bundle up and watch the amazing night skies with stars and shooting stars on a dark deck. Kindly turn off the outside deck lights at night in order to preserve the night views of the sky. It prevents light pollution. This is for your benefit and the benefit of other neighbors. 3.) Enjoy the hot tub for up to 8 adults with 33 massage jets in the backyard within the privacy of the surrounding wooden wall and attached to the back of the house. A list of safety instructions for safe use of the hot tub is posted outside the hot tub on the wall. 4.) All safety codes have been implemented and passed by the City of Estes Park Vacation Home rental safety department. We ask that in addition to that, you supervise young children carefully especially since the house is three storeys including the loft. We have provided child safety gates for the loft stairs and upper door locks that are inaccessible to children for the stairs going down. In addition they should especially be supervised when going outdoors on the deck and must never climb the railing. 5.) Enjoy the automatic wood pellet fireplace on cold nights or in the winter. 6.) Cuddle up and enjoy popcorn while watching a movie in the living room in front of the fireplace or looking out at the mountains from your couch. 7.) Sleep in the loft and watch the incredible mountain views as the sun rises in the morning and you awaken to the sounds of the birds chirping. 8.) Enjoy breakfast, coffee, tea, lunch or dinner around the small dining table in the kitchen area and while looking out at the mountains. 9.) Grill your meal outside on the concrete driveway outside the garage on the gas grill and eat it on the deck. 10.) Enjoy a swing on the wooden swing by the downstairs garage and while watching the mountains and elk in the meadows. 11.) Play a game of basketball in the front patio as we have a small basketball hoop. 12.) Hike along the stream by the road in front of our house all the way to the Stanley Park also along the golf course. You can continue walking all the way to Lake Estes or to the downtown area. Continue your hike along the downtown river and stop by the coffee shops or have a meal in one of the restaurants by the river. 13.) Park your car in the visitor center parking lot and hike around the paved pathway around Lake Estes and watch the elk often grazing on the fresh green golf course lawn. 14.) Go fishing on Lake Estes or go rent a boat and drive around the lake. 15.) Drive into the Rocky Mountain National Park which is a beautiful 10 to 15 minutes drive and enjoy 400 square miles of pristine beauty, lakes, hikes and stunning views!!!
  • This place far exceeded our expectations! The amount of wildlife we encountered around the property during our stay was phenomenal! The hot tub, massage chair, and amazing views make you never want to leave. There are wonderful touches around the cabin to make you feel very welcomed. Just truly an amazing stay here, I highly recommend staying at this cabin!

    Bradley2020-05-09T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin is very nice and clean with some great amenities. If you are looking for a secluded cabin this isn’t for uou as it is steps from the road. Beautiful deck for viewing and the hot tub was awesome!

    Belinda2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • Wow. What can I say if you look at the pictures of the house and the fabulous scenery and not want to vacation there. Mary is truly a super host and she was accommodating to my needs. Her communication is second to none. Please take care of this beautiful place as I will be returning for another visit. So much to do in Estes Park and seeing herds of elk and mule deer was so amazing and magical.

    Martin And Cheryl2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful! Breathtaking views

    Blair2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful and great location I will definitely be coming back!

    Kari2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
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    Anthony2020-01-31T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent host and an amazing cabin. Highly recommend.

    Eli2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • This was our 2nd time staying here - we were so happy to return to Mary’s home! The space is comfortable and we had everything we needed. Nothing tops those lovely views of Longs and Meeker just outside, and the elk and mule deer are likely to stop by. Thank you for a wonderful and comfortable stay for our annual Estes trip!

    Kirsten2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    10


    Bedrooms

    4

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Open May 1 2019 . The Little Red Tree house accommodates two guests only. It has huge views, private shower, with separate powder room sink and toilet. It has an efficiency kitchen, with small sink and counter top,as well as a fridge. The tree house is equipped with heat/air and electricity. Located on the way to Rocky Mountain NP, directly across from Rocky Grass There is a full size pull down Murphy bed which sleeps two , the fairy loft sleeps one.Total occupancy two people maximum !
    The Little Red Tree house has a full sized pull-down bed for 2 on the main floor and a loft that sleeps one above the kitchen .Our short term rental permit only allows for two guests maximum , No negotiation for additional guests . The tree house can accommodate two comfortably any more is a bit crowded .Colorado Sales Tax # 36454782
    The treehouse is located on a private road right across from the RockyGrass festival grounds, near local rivers and downtown. The view are expansive looking south over the plains and mountains! The location is also very close to Riverbend and Lion's Crest wedding venues.
  • This is a one-of-a kind home with amazing hosts. Everything was better than we thought- the uniqueness of the home, the helpfulness of the host and the location was just spectacular. We will be back. Thank you so much Leam!

    Lucy2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Such a wonderful place for a getaway! About 30 minutes away from the Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park. Great restaurants and bars within walking distance. Leam was an amazing host with great communication and wonderful recommendations. The tree house was better than I could imagine. Great craftsmanship and attention to detail. Couldn’t recommend enough!

    John2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • Staying in the tree house was a very neat and unique experience.

    Barbara2019-10-17T00:00:00Z
  • This place was such a treasure! With great views from a tiny treehouse, we were amazed by what Leam’s place offered! He was super cordial upon arrival and made sure to take the time to explain how to navigate the space for functionality and efficiency. He also explained local dining spots and hikes to enhance our stay in Lyons. As for the place, it demonstrated such a unique feel to small house living. Everything had it’s place and function, and it truly was a couple’s paradise. You will not regret staying here!

    Arlene2019-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • A can’t miss, if even for one night, it’s worth the stay. A once in a lifetime experience

    Jennifer2019-10-14T00:00:00Z
  • Leam was an amazing host and there really is no experience quite like this in Colorado. A short drive away from Denver with an amazing view. I would recommend grabbing dinner/breakfast at the nearby town and bringing it back

    Ryan2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • It will blow your mind, the details of the treehouse are amazing and they have thought of everything you may need and if it's not there, just call him and he will get it if it's a reasonable request of course.. Next time we will stay 2 nights instead of 1. Great outside space also.......wonderful.........

    Cat2019-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • This tiny home tree house is extraordinarily cozy and charming. When we arrived Leam kindly greeted us and showed us around the place and all the little things we needed to know for our stay. You can tell he put so much love and thought into this place. We would definitely stay here again. Thank you Leam for creating such a special experience for us :)

    Kristi2019-10-11T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Treehouse


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Lyons, CO, United States

    Come stay in this newly remodeled 3-bedroom riverside cabin 2 blocks from the edge of downtown (STR #6089). Features a hot tub, gazebo and picnic area, and you can literally walk 40 feet from your bedroom to fish. Relax in the hot tub after a long day in the mountains & then enjoy the fireplace in the kitchen/dining area. Relax in a comfy reading chair chair, leather sofa, or giant bean bag. Perfect for couples or groups up to 6. New paint, carpet & 55" TV!
    NOTE: You must input dates and guest count before the platform calculates an accurate price for your visit. This beautiful, cozy cabin is located in the most perfect spot in Estes Park, literally on the edge of the Big Thompson River about a block and a half from the edge of downtown. The cabin features a huge, open living/dining area with lots of sunlight, a private hot tub, a gazebo with a BBQ for outdoor living, and a river with some fishing. I am a photographer by profession and have decorated the walls with my favorite images of the area. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making them! Past guests have raved about this property: "We loved the hot tub, the stars, and sitting by the river after dark." "Nathan's beautiful cabin along the river was just amazing and we seemed so 'at home' there." "More spacious than it looks in pictures!" "It truly was a home away from home." "The hot tub is world class." "We loved sitting down by the river and grilling dinner each night!" When you're here, you can leave the car behind, avoid the traffic of downtown, and just walk a block and a half to the edge of downtown, where you'll find restaurants, bars and shops. At the same time, it's on a private side road with no traffic, allowing you to have all the benefit of being centrally located without having to deal with the congestion. Additionally, the National Park entrance is a quick 5 minute drive from the front door. This unit is meant for people seeking peace and tranquility; it is absolutely not a party house at all. Water Dance (the cabin’s name) is tastefully decorated with mountain and cabin-themed decor, complete with beautiful handmade Amish furniture. BEDROOMS This home has 3 separate bedrooms with 4 beds in total. Bedroom 1 - The master suite features a gorgeous, hand-made log bed with an Olympic queen mattress and private bathroom. Bedroom 2 - A queen bedroom with a slider door opening out toward the river. I love sleeping here on warm summer nights to hear the sounds of the river through the screen door. Bedroom 3 - Perfect for kids, featuring two twin beds. ★★★★★ PLEASE NOTE: The master bath has a tub but no shower ★★★★★ The kitchen is fully equipped with a blender, coffee maker, fridge/freezer, pots and pans, cutlery, silverware, baking supplies, and all the gadgets and utensils you can imagine. There's a great breakfast bar and a kitchen table. The open living space also features a huge couch you can sink into, as well as additional seating, all centered around a cozy gas fireplace. There's fast WiFi as well as a 55-inch 4K flat panel television in the living room with Sling, Amazon Prime, Netflix, and a host of other streaming television services. You can watch sports, news and movies to your heart's content. The outside area is shaded thanks to tons of mature trees. You will likely see deer or elk grazing on the grass. When summer arrives, all the plant foliage will grow thick, and you'll hear the leaves rustling all day in harmony with the breeze. Many of the town's top restaurants and attractions are all within a short walk: the Estes Park Brewery and Rock Cut Brewery, the China Garden restaurant, The Barrel bar, Sweet Basilico Restaurant (tasty Italian food with great pizza), and much more. In the same 2 block radius is a liquor store, a winery, a couple of food trucks (parked at Rock Cut -- sometimes you'll find fried chicken and other times you'll find a crepe truck). Be sure to walk to the gondola during the summers; it goes up Prospect Mountain and offers breathtaking views of the continental divide, the national park, and the entire Estes Park valley. The kids can walk a block to Fun City and enjoy the bumper boats and bumper cars, mini golf, a giant slide, a bungee trampoline, and go-cart racing. A half block away is the super fun aerial obstacle course of the Open Air Adventure Park. Some of these attractions are closed seasonally, so please check them out on the Internet. The free summer shuttle bus that goes all over town has a stop a half a block away, so you can board it and get around for free. The place is extremely family friendly, though it is on the edge of a river so be sure to supervise your kids, particular during the early summer when the snow starts to melt and the water level rises.
    If you don't want to bother cooking, simply walk a half block to the best pizza/Italian (Sweet Basilico), brewery (Rock Cut), and chinese food (The China Garden) in the city. In the summers, the Two Chicks chicken food truck is often parked outside Rock Cut on the edge of the creek.
  • This place is amazing and provided a much needed relaxing weekend for us to enjoy. The chairs by the river were used often to enjoy a cocktail and just relax! Definitely recommend this cabin if you’re looking for a quiet relaxing weekend.

    Phillip2020-05-10T00:00:00Z
  • Right in the river! Hot tub was deluxe. Very spacious. Everything you’d need in the kitchen and super clean!

    Haley2020-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay

    Matt2020-05-02T00:00:00Z
  • We rented Nathan's place for a quick girl's weekend getaway a couple months ago and it turned out to be right after the pandemic really started to get serious. So it was actually perfect timing for a little escape. The house was extremely clean, with everything we needed in the kitchen. Cozying up next to the fireplace in the morning with my book was amazing! Also sitting in the hot tub with a glass of wine looking at the river and snow covered trees was just what we needed. Unfortunately due to the current situation RMNP and most of the town was closed. However it is in a great location, walking distance to the brewery and restaurants for a future visit. We will definitely be staying here again when restrictions are lifted and life gets back to normal, but in the meantime it was a nice little oasis.

    Amy2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • The location of this home was fabulous! Nothing we wanted to do was over a fifteen minute drive away. In addition to a clean home and a great host, we couldn’t have asked for a better experience.

    Connor2020-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • We booked very last minute, Nathan approved our stay very quickly and was very friendly. The space was awesome, each room was very tidy. The shower was stocked with soap and plenty of towels. The private hot tub was also very clean and super easy to use! Over all our stay here was amazing. 10/10 would stay again!

    Jaylie2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful location, great place. We appreciated the cleanliness, communications, and aeverything we needed for our stay. Thanks!

    Carrie2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Great cabin close to downtown. If looking for remote, this is not the place, but we loved staying here. The private hot tub was amazing as well as the overall feel of the cabin.

    Sara2020-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Clean, Cozy, Quiet & Comfortable ~ This Rustic & Romantic 1 Room Mountain Cabin With Private Jetted Hot Tub And (((ALL))) The Amenities Is Located Just A Stones Throw Away From Rocky Mountain National Park In Estes Park, Colorado USA. We Are A 420 / Cannabis / Marijuana Friendly Establishment In Accordance With Colorado State Law. (((ALL))) GUESTS MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OLD WITH NO ACCOMPANYING CHILDREN OR PETS. Thank You & Enjoy Your Stay :-)
    Welcome To AlpenHut Located On The Romantic Edge Of Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado USA. The term 'HUT' has long been adopted by Rocky Mountain Climbers and Backpackers to refer to a solid and permanent structure offering refuge from the wilderness. These vary from simple 'bothies' - which are little more than very basic shelters; to Mountain Huts which are FAR MORE LUXURIOUS and can even include amenities such as Jetted Hot Tubs Like This One Does... ALPENHUT AMENITIES INCLUDE: A ROMANTIC BED Comfortable Queen Size Bed With Night Stands & Sitting Bear Reading Lamps Alpenhut's 10.5" profile Trinidad model bed has Visco Elastic Memory Foam that offers superior pressure relief that can dramatically diminish tossing and turning for a more restful sleep pattern. Covered with a beautifully detailed quilted knit cover with a corded edge and coordinating knit sides for breathability. Stretch knit fibers are designed to work with the memory foam layers to optimize its contouring properties. The top layer features Memory Foam that conforms to the contours of your body. Tossing and turning are dramatically diminished and disrupted sleep patterns greatly eliminated. Two layers of Comfort Foam eliminate uncomfortable pressure points and adjusts itself based on your own body temperature and weight. Individually wrapped coil innersprings move independently and reduce the sensation of movement on a bed therefore providing contouring comfort and support for an undisturbed night Bed Features: • Helps relieve pressure and reduce back pain • Memory foam reduces pressure points between shoulders, neck and back • Aids in increasing circulation which can provide a deeper and more restful sleep :-) Duraflame Electric Fireplace For Warmth &/Or Ambiance ; ) Library With Excellent Rocky Mountain Book Selection Rocky Mountain Style Art & Decor Smart HD TV With Premier DIRECTV Satellite Service AN EFFICIENCY KITCHEN Sink With Dish Drying Rack Efficiency Size Refrigerator Plenty Of Shelf Cabinet Space A Two Burner Electric Range Top Cooking Utensils Microwave Oven Coffee Maker Pots & Pans Silverware Tea Kettle Toaster PRIVATE BATHROOM Rocky Mountain Style Fittings & Fixtures FULL SIZE Shower With Shower Massage Towels & Washcloths Oak Vanity & Sink Throne OUTSIDE ALPENHUT Private Swing Seat Private Jetted Hot Hot Tub Private Off Street Parking Space Private Yard Space Bird Feeders (In Season) Wild Flowers (In Season) Wildlife & Views (Year Around)
    About Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park is a town in Larimer County, Colorado, United States. A popular summer resort and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park lies along the Big Thompson River. Estes Park had a population of 5,858 at the 2010 census. History The town is named after Missouri native Joel Estes, who founded the community in 1859. The town's outskirts include The Stanley Hotel. An example of Edwardian opulence, the 1909 building had Stephen King as a guest, inspiring him to change the locale for his novel The Shining from an amusement park to the Stanley's fictional stand-in, the Overlook Hotel. Estes Park was also the site of the organization of the Credit Union National Association, an important milestone in the history of American credit unions. Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous highway in the United States, runs from Estes Park westward through Rocky Mountain National Park, reaching Grand Lake over the continental divide. Geography Estes Park sits at an elevation of 7,522 feet on the front range of the Rocky Mountains at the eastern entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Its north, south and east extremities border the Roosevelt National Forest. Lumpy Ridge lies immediately north of Estes Park. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 5.9 square miles (15 km2), of which 5.8 square miles (15 km2) is land and 0.1 square miles ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)%) is water. Three million tourists visit Rocky Mountain National Park each year; most use Estes Park as their base. Transportation The main airport serving Estes Park is Denver International Airport, located 75 miles southeast. Highways US 34 is an east-west highway that runs from Granby, Colorado to Berwyn, Illinois. In Colorado, it connects Estes Park to Loveland, Interstate 25, Greeley and Interstate 76 US 36 begins at the nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, running to Uhrichsville, Ohio, passing through Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. State Highway 7 begins at the junction of US 36 and N St. Vrain Avenue in Estes Park and runs to Boulder, Lafayette and Brighton. Its northwestern segment is part of the Peak-to-Peak Scenic Byway. About Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park is located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Colorado. It features majestic mountain views, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments—from wooded forests to mountain tundra—and easy access to back-country trails and campsites. The park is located northwest of Boulder, Colorado, in the Rockies, and includes the Continental Divide and the headwaters of the Colorado River. The park has five visitor centers. The park headquarters, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center (An easy 12 minute walk from Alpenhaven), is a National Historic Landmark, designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West. The park may be accessed by three roads: U.S. Highway 34, 36, and State Highway 7. Highway 7 enters the park for less than a mile, where it provides access to the Lily Lake Visitor Center which is closed indefinitely. Farther south, spurs from route 7 lead to campgrounds and trail heads around Longs Peak and Wild Basin. Highway 36 enters the park on the east side, where it terminates after a few miles at Highway 34. Highway 34, known as Trail Ridge Road through the park, runs from the town of Estes Park on the east to Grand Lake on the southwest. The road reaches an elevation of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), and is closed by snow in winter. The California Zephyr serves Granby (near the west entrance of the park) by rail from Denver, crossing the Continental Divide through the Moffat Tunnel well south of the park. The park's website suggests Granby as an appropriate rail terminus for visitors, although it lies a good sixteen miles from the park without public transportation connections. The park is surrounded by Roosevelt National Forest on the north and east, Routt National Forest on the northwest, and Arapaho National Forest on the southwest. Geography Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses 265,761 acres (415.25 sq mi; (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) of land in Colorado's northern Front Range. The park is split by the Continental Divide, which gives the eastern and western portions of the park a different character. The east side of the park tends to be drier, with heavily glaciated peaks and cirques. The west side of the park is wetter and more lush, with deep forests dominating. The park contains 359 miles (578 km) of trails, 150 lakes, and 450 miles (720 km) of streams. The park contains over 60 named peaks higher than 12,000 feet (3,700 m), and over one fourth of the park resides above tree line. The highest point of the park is Longs Peak, which rises to 14,259 feet (4,346 m; surveys before 2002 show 14,255 feet (4,345 m) above sea level. Longs Peak is the only fourteen thousand foot peak in the park. Several small glaciers and permanent snowfields are found in the high mountain cirques, including Andrews Glacier, Sprague Glacier, Tyndall Glacier, Taylor Glacier, Rowe Glacier, Mills Glacier, and Moomaw Glacier. Popular Areas The park is dominated by Longs Peak, which is visible from many vantage points, and has an elevation of 14,259 feet (4,346 m). Each year thousands of people attempt to scale it. The easiest route is the Keyhole Route, impassable to regular hikers in all but the hottest summer months due to snow and ice. This eight-mile (13 km) one-way climb has an elevation gain of 4,850 ft (1,480 m). The vast east face, including the area known as The Diamond, is home to many classic big wall rock climbing routes. Not All Leave Longs Peak Safe & Alive! There is a stone gazebo at the Keyhole formation with a plaque memorializing Agnes Vaille, a well-known climber in the 1920s. In January 1925, Vaille fell 100 ft (30 m) while descending the North Face. Vaille survived the fall with minor injuries, but was unable to walk. Her climbing partner, professional mountaineering guide Walter Kiener, went for help; but when rescuers arrived, Vaille had died of fatigue and hypothermia. Bear Lake, in the heart of the park, is a popular destination and trailhead. The lake lies below Hallett Peak and the Continental Divide. Several trails start from the lake, ranging from easy strolls to strenuous hikes. Bear Lake Road is open year round, though it may close temporarily due to bad weather. Trail Ridge Road connects the town of Estes Park in the east with Grand Lake in the west. The road reaches an altitude of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), with long stretches above tree line. Following Trail Ridge Road upward for 1,000 feet is akin to driving 600 miles north from the park in reference to changes in climate and vegetation. It passes the Alpine Visitors' Center, a popular destination, and crosses the Continental Divide at Milner Pass. Numerous short interpretive trails and pullouts along the road serve to educate the visitor on the history, geography, and ecology of the park. The southern area of the park is Wild Basin, a wild and remote region. Several trails cross the area and backpacking it is popular. The Mummy Range is a short mountain range in the north of the park. The Mummies tend to be gentler and more forested than the other peaks in the park, though some slopes are rugged and heavily glaciated, particularly around Ypsilon Mountain and Mummy Mountain. The snow-capped Never Summer Mountains are found in the west side of the park. Here the south-trending Continental Divide takes a brief sharp northward loop, which creates an interesting reverse scenario, where the Pacific Basin is on the east side of the divide and the Atlantic Basin on the west. The mountains themselves, the result of volcanic activity, are craggy and, more often than not, covered in deep snow. This area saw the most extensive mining in the park, and trails lead past old mines and ghost towns. Paradise Park is hidden in the peaks above Grand Lake. This rugged and wild area has no trails penetrating it. Rocky Mountain National Park History Evidence has shown that Native Americans have visited the area of the park for the last 10,000 years. Their influence in the region was limited, however, and their visits often transitory. The Ute Tribe visited the west side of the park, particularly around Grand Lake. The Arapaho visited and hunted in the Estes Park region. The Long Expedition, led by Stephen H. Long, for whom Longs Peak was named, visited the area in 1820, though they never entered the mountains. Joel Estes and his son stumbled across the meadows that eventually became Estes Park in 1859 while on a hunting expedition. He moved his family there in 1860 and raised cattle. He stayed only until 1866, forced out by long, harsh winters. In the next years, settlers and homesteaders staked their claims in the Estes Park region. Tourists, particularly those interested in climbing the high peaks of the region, appeared after this time. In 1880 a small mining rush began in the Never Summer Mountains. The mining town of Lulu City was established with great fanfare and promotion by the media, particularly by Fort Collins newspapers. The ore mined, however, was low grade; by 1883 the rush went bust, and most of the residents moved on. A satellite town, Dutchtown, was abandoned by 1884. Enos Mills, then a 14 year old boy, moved to Estes Park in 1884. He explored the mountains of the area and wrote many books and articles describing the region. He later supported the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park, and he split his time between the mountains he loved and the cities of the eastern United States, where he lobbied for the legislation to create the park. The legislation was drafted by James Grafton Rogers, a Denver lawyer and avid outdoorsman. Mills' original proposal for park boundaries went from Wyoming all the way down to the Mount Evans area, including areas such as the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Much of the land was favored for mining, logging, and other operations, however, so the proposed park was reduced to an area approximating the current park borders. The bill passed Congress and was signed by President Woodrow Wilson on January 26, 1915. A formal dedication ceremony was held on September 4, 1915 in Horseshoe Park. The park has expanded over the years, with the largest parcel — the Never Summer Range — added in 1929. The 1920s saw a boom in building lodges and roads in the park, culminating with the construction of Trail Ridge Road between 1929 and 1933. The Civilian Conservation Corps handled several building projects during the Great Depression and remnants of their camps can be found in the park today. Rocky Mountain National Park Activities On the Colorado River trail inside Rocky Mountain National Park Most visitors to the park drive over the famous Trail Ridge Road, but other scenic roads include Fall River Road and Bear Lake Road. Many visitors hike and backpack. The park contains a network of 349 miles (562 km) of trail and dozens of designated backcountry camp sites. Trails range from easy to strenuous. Many routes are off-trail and the hiker must be careful to leave no trace of their passage. Horseback riding is permitted on most trails. Some trails which are closed to horse traffic allow llamas as pack animals, because their smaller size and softer feet have a lower impact on trail erosion. Rock climbing and mountaineering have increased in recent years. Longs Peak, Hallett Peak and Lumpy Ridge, among others, are famous rock climbing areas. Many of the highest peaks have technical ice and rock routes on them, ranging from short scrambles to long multi-pitch climbs. In the winter, when the trails are covered in snow, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular. Backcountry-style Alpine, Alpine Touring and Telemark skiing can be found on the higher slopes. Fishing is found in the many lakes and streams in the park. Camping is allowed at several designated campgrounds. Sites of interest Bear Lake Chasm Lake Fall River Pass Grand Lake Milner Pass Mount Meeker Sprague Lake Trail Ridge Road Longs Peak Wild Basin ANNUAL ESTES PARK, COLORADO EVENTS... The Estes Park Duck Race Kicks Things Off May 3rd 2014 Heritage Festival - late August, first held in 2004 and now very much an annual event in Estes Park, transporting people back in time with a range of historical activities, such as wagons at the MacGregor Ranch, or a ride on a restored and fully-operational Stanley Steamer car John Denver Tribute Concert - mid- / late August, at Stanley Park's Rodeo Arena Fairgrounds, watched by large crowds each year Longs Peak Scottish / Irish Highland Festival - early September, datingback more than 30 years and generally known locally as simply the 'Scotfest', featuring huge marching bands with bagpipes, the Estes Tattoo, the Longs Peak Concert, and lots of kilts and sporrans! Based on the Estes Park Festival Field and also at the Municipal Building on Elkhorn Avenue Estes Park Film Festival - mid-September, attracting many international and local filmmakers, with screenings of all categories at the Park Theater, at the Stanley Hotel and also at the Lake Shore Lodge Autumn Gold - late September, a festival of live blues and folk music, hot food and cold beer, celebrating the arrival of the fall colors Elk Fest - early October, when visitors to Estes Park are able to observe local Elk during their rutting season. The Elk Festival also incorporates story telling, archery and other outdoor activities Holiday Parades - late November / early December, with Yuletide festivities, carnival processions of winter floats, and various seasonal choir concerts... COME JOIN IN THE FUN !
  • Great little space. Beautiful views. Quaint and cozy. Great hosts!

    Jenn2020-04-26T00:00:00Z
  • Always a great place to stay!

    Leo2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • AMAZING! This no-judgement 420 friendly cabin was the perfect stay for us. Tom and Janet helped us book the room super last-minute and did it all with a smile. VERY 420 FRIENDLY! Sweet. Quaint. And great getaway.

    Rebecca2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Tom and Janet are terrific hosts. We’ve stayed several times and it’s always great.

    Zane2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • The BEST hosts you can literally ever ask for! They go out of their way to make you comfortable and cozy, the place was sparkling clean and the whole experience was amazing. The hot tub to look at the stars were just the cherry on top. Tom and janet are very informative and any questions you have they are more than happy to answer! Highly, highly recommend staying here with tom and janet and when i come back i 100% will be staying with them again!!

    Melissa2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • This was our second time staying at the Alpenhut and we had an amazing time! Tom and Janet greet you as your pulling up and give great advice on food in town and other fun activities to do around the Estes Park area. They have Netflix and a hot tub so it’s perfect for couples :) It’s 5 minutes from Rocky Mountain National Park and the views from the cabin are breathtaking. We plan on making Alpenhut an annual vacation stay :)

    Dan2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Very welcoming friendly, lovely hosts. Hot tub is large and private really enjoyed the stay! Highly recommend.

    Joanna2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Tom and Janet were wonderful hosts. We felt right at home! We really enjoyed the central location, local tips, amazing views, and of course the hot tub! We will definitely be back for another visit!

    Heather2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
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    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Walk into the Nat'l Park from this 1750 sq-ft cabin with wraparound deck and mountain views of Longs Peak (STR# 6028). Enjoy an enormous yard and rec pavillion, play games & watch movies, chill in front of a fire, or relax on new furnishings. Elk, deer, bears and wildlife abound here as we are 1/4 mile from the Park boundary. Walk into National Park & The Rock Inn Tavern 2 min drive to the Park visitor center 2 min drive to town Enjoy a private panoramic view for your next vacation!
    NOTE: You must input dates and guest count before the platform calculates an accurate price for your visit. My home is perfectly situated only a few hundred yards from the boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park. You can watch the sun rise over the mountains from bed, eat breakfast while elk and deer mill about, hike into RMNP from the front door, and come home and watch the stars over the high peaks from the deck. I am a photographer by profession and have decorated the walls with my favorite images of the area. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making them! I invite you to stay in my gorgeous cozy cabin! You will love its warmth, cleanliness and authentic mountain feel. It's perfectly appointed with new, comfy furnishings as well as countless amenities so you can feel at home during your mountain getaway in Estes Park. My guests here have raved: "... This is an exceptional home with all the amenities you will need." "... Quiet location and we had deer to view on a regular basis." "... It was immaculate and clean, nicely decorated, and so comfortable during our stay!" "... The view are just awesome!" "... Remote enough that it is dark at night and can see so many stars!" I spent two months giving it a complete facelift to create a quiet, relaxing sanctuary for your mountain retreat. Improvements include: + Fresh paint throughout + Comfy modern couch, tables and chairs + New carpeting in the bedrooms + Incredible reading chairs and lamps + Twinkly, cozy lights + A variety of beds (soft, medium and firm) for a great rest. + A 55” smart TV with lots of streaming options, + Super fast WiFi with no dead zones You will enjoy 3 bedrooms each with its own private bath, a living room with games, puzzles and a smart 55" TV, a dining room with seating for 8, an antique wood burning stove that will take you back in time, and an outdoor rec pavillion with a ping pong table. My favorite feature is the huge wraparound deck, offering a straight view of Longs Peak glistening in the morning sunrise and glowing beneath the Milky Way at night. BEDROOMS My home offers 3 bedrooms, each with an attached private bathroom, plus sleeping for two more on sofa beds in the living room. Bedroom 1 - The smaller main floor bedroom has the softer mattress of all three beds in the house, plus an attached 3/4 bathroom with toilet, sink and shower (no tub). I hand made a headboard out of reclaimed pine and added a floor to ceiling armoir for storage that has a cool cork door. My favorite part of this bedroom is that it opens directly onto the gorgeous porch. Bedroom 2 - This is one of the two master bedrooms. It’s the eastern one at the top of the stairs and is the largest. It offers a chest of drawers, a medium firm bed, full blackout shades for a great night sleep, twinkly lights above the bed for ambiance, and a reading nook with a super comfy chair that gets all day sun. If you like to get in touch with nature’s daily rhythms, sleep here with the shades open and watch the sun rise as it lights up the nearby mountains. You can see the whole show from the warmth of your bed. Bedroom 3 - The second master bedroom at the top of the stairs on the west side of the home. It has the firmest bed (my favorite), but is otherwise a near mirror image of the other master bedroom. It’s got full blackout shades, unique pendant lighting, and a full bathroom. If you’re into sleeping in, this may be your favorite. Pull down the blinds and you’ll be in a cocoon until noon. Bedroom 4 - Not really a bedroom, but the living room has two ottomans with pull out beds. If you push them together, you get a queen for the largest groups. Spare linens for it are in the dining room hutch. LIVING & ENTERTAINMENT Deck - This is the hallmark of my home, and it's my favorite place to spend time. There’s a ton of seating out there, so you can relax, read, watch wildlife roaming around, stare at the mountains and stars, and just chill out and enjoy the peace and quiet. I moved all the home’s old sofas onto the deck so you can laze about. I promise that when the Milky Way rises, you’ll see more stars than most people ever have in their lives. The deck has two outdoor dining tables for breakfasts, lunches and dinners, and they are great card, game and puzzle tables. You'll often feel like you're in a zoo; because the national park boundary is literally two properties away, herds of deer and elk are constantly roaming around. Living Room - If it’s cold or windy, come on into the spacious and cozy living room, which has a huge window offering the same views as you’d get from the deck. I installed a 55” smart television on a floating stand I made of reclaimed wood, so you can stream pretty much anything you’d like with your friends and family. There’s a small library with books you can read or take with you (if you take one, please leave one behind), as well as dozens of puzzles and games for when you want to detach from technology. Two doors open from the living room onto the massive deck. Dining Room - The dining room will become one of the central gathering points for your friends and family. It features a brand new birch table, seating for 8 on benches and stools, log cabin wood trim on the walls, and an antique wood burning fireplace for chilly winter nights. All combined, the mix of pine, acacia and birch wood gives you a very natural feel, and the cozy wood fireplace completes the scene. A massive door swings open onto the deck from here too. WiFi - I moved the home’s WiFi location to provide a centralized access point with no dead zones on the property. You’ll enjoy a strong 100Mbs connection for streaming, entertainment and work. REC PAVILLION - One of the most fun parts of the house is a giant recreation pavillion with a great view, open walls, Christmas lights dangling from the ceiling, and a ping pong table! This is the greatest post hike activity, aside from simply relaxing on the porch. LAUNDRY & COOKING Kitchen - The kitchen is a chef's dream! It features two ovens, a full sized fridge/freezer, a microwave, dishwasher, a large island, lots of small appliances, cutlery, dishes, utensils, bowls/pots/pans and virtually anything else you may need or want. The island also features three bar stools so people can hang out and socialize. Laundry - There's a laundry room with a washer and a dryer that you are free to use. Please do! I try to keep the detergent stocked but don't guarantee it, so it may be wise to bring a little of your own. ESTES PARK'S MANY AWARDS Estes has become sought after year-round destination over the last five years. In fact, a few years ago the town was named to more than 50 lists of Best, Favorite and Top Destinations. Here are a select few: - Best Mountain Town - Sunset Magazine - Top-Rated Vacation Destinations in North America - Expedia - America's Most Scenic Roads - Travel + Leisure Magazine - Top 20 Mountain Trips - Sunset Magazine - America's 15 Most Romantic Cities for Winter Travel - Trip Advisor - 10 U.S. Places To Travel Before They Get Famous - Huffington Post - The Ten Most Beautiful Towns in CO - TheCultureTrip.com - The Most Romantic Weekend Getaway in Every State - Thrillist.com - 50 Small Towns Across America with the Most Beautiful Fall Foliage - Country Living - The 15 Most Beautiful Spots in CO - TheCrazyTourist.com - Best Towns in Colorado - Niche - Top 10 Adult Spring Break Destinations in America Revealed - World Property Journal Here's what National Geographic Magazine wrote out our little slice of paradise: "Rising up along the Continental Divide, Rocky Mountain National Park is a natural overachiever, with 77 mountains above 12,000 feet—including 14,259-foot Longs Peak—and a span of alpine tundra. Snow-packed granite peaks tower over a calm of ponderosa pines, which ease toward meadow and meandering stream—four ecosystems within one park. It’d be simple to cover them all on a drive along scenic Trail Ridge Road, but why not channel Enos Mills and hike some of the 355 miles of trails instead? You might hear elk bugling or spy otters swimming among lily pads."
    The Hill House is along Highway 66 only a few short minutes from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. It's a quiet area that sees little traffic, and the park boundary is within a quarter of a mile. This means elk, coyotes, foxes, bears, raccoons, hummingbirds, and mule deer frequently pass by.
  • Cute, quiet cabin in the mountains but minutes away from the downtown area and hiking trails. Great wildlife right outside your door. Really clean and Nathan is so easy to heat ahold of!

    Kait2020-05-01T00:00:00Z
  • Definitely an amazing get away. Beautiful views, feels like home, I will definitely be here again and again. Nathan is an amazing host and is very helpful! You have to see this amazing gem!!!!

    Hailey2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • I booked late November as a Christmas present for my family. Little did we know that a pandemic would hit and social distancing would be the focus. Our chalet was perfect for just that. We had all the amenities of home, perfect seclusion and amazing Estes Park weather. The cabin was clean and spacious for the 5 of us. We had amazing views and wildlife was abundant. For our teenagers, the fast WiFi and great Tv with streaming services made social distancing bearable! We had sunny skies at first and ended our trip with a foot of snow. We were so close to the opening of RMNP, had a quick drive to shopping and restaurants but still was able to feel off the grid. Nathan checked in on us and was very quick with responses. We will be back to experience Estes without the pandemic and will definitely use Nathan’s chalet again.

    Sammi2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Exactly as described. Just a beautiful place tucked into an area that seems isolated, but in reality at the foot of all the Estes Park activities. Incredibly clean, all the amenities you need. My only regret was that we didn’t get to lounge on the front porch as it was too cold during our stay. We will absolutely be back!

    BethAnne2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • If I could stay in this place again throughout every season of the year in Estes Park, I would most definitely! The classic cabin vibes with modern touches were really appealing. The space was very clean, comfortable and secluded so you could really enjoy some quiet time up here. Nathan and his team are very accommodating and responded quickly to any questions I had throughout my stay. I will definitely be back soon!

    Jared2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Nathan’s place was amazing and his neighbors are very friendly!

    Zachary2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • Great hosts! Communication was so amazing. Conveniently located near downtown. We hung out on the porch with a herd of deer, as well as one morning with a giant 6-point elk (missing one antler). One of the neighbors came over to welcome us as well. Such a comfortable spot with amazing views and peace!!!

    Ryan2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Nathan's cabin is a great place to stay! Plenty of space, nice furniture, and excellent location close to the Park and downtown Estes. We even had some deer come up to the porch and say hi!

    Luke2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

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    Accommodates

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    Bedrooms

    3

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Clean, Cozy, Quiet & Comfortable ~ This Rustic & Romantic 1 Bedroom Mountain Cabin With Private Jetted Hot Tub And (((ALL))) The Amenities Is Located Just A Stones Throw Away From Rocky Mountain National Park In Estes Park, Colorado USA. We Are A 420 / Cannabis / Marijuana Friendly Establishment In Accordance With Colorado State Law. (((ALL))) GUESTS MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OLD WITH NO ACCOMPANYING CHILDREN OR PETS.
    Welcome To Alpenhaven Cabin Located On The Romantic Edge Of Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado USA. Alpenhaven Cabin Description Romantic Alpenhaven Bedroom Comfortable Queen Size Pillow-Top Bed With Night Stands & Tiffany Style Reading Lamps Romantic Mountain Themed Bedding With Ample Pillows Alpenhut's 10.5" profile Trinidad model bed has Visco Elastic Memory Foam that offers superior pressure relief that can dramatically diminish tossing and turning for a more restful sleep pattern. Covered with a beautifully detailed quilted knit cover with a corded edge and coordinating knit sides for breathability. Stretch knit fibers are designed to work with the memory foam layers to optimize its contouring properties. The top layer features Memory Foam that conforms to the contours of your body. Tossing and turning are dramatically diminished and disrupted sleep patterns greatly eliminated. Two layers of Comfort Foam eliminate uncomfortable pressure points and adjusts itself based on your own body temperature and weight. Individually wrapped coil innersprings move independently and reduce the sensation of movement on a bed therefore providing contouring comfort and support for an undisturbed night Bed Features: • Helps relieve pressure and reduce back pain • Memory foam reduces pressure points between shoulders, neck and back • Aids in increasing circulation which can provide a deeper and more restful sleep :-) Duraflame Electric Fireplace For Warmth &/Or Ambiance ; ) Rocky Mountain Style Art & Decor Direct TV on 24' HD TV Closet Comfortable Living Room Library With Good Rocky Mountain Book Selection Large Picture Windows With Stunning Views Foldout Wood Dining Table & Chairs Rocky Mountain Style Art & Decor Rustic Pine Coffee Table Direct TV on 32 HD Smart TV Couch Fully Equipped Kitchen Sink With Dish Drying Rack Plenty Of Cabinet Space Full Size Refrigerator Gas Stove & Oven Cooking Utensils Microwave Oven Coffee Maker Coffee Press Pots & Pans Silverware Tea Kettle Toaster Private Bathroom & Changing Room Rocky Mountain Style Fittings & Fixtures Designer Towels & Washcloths Shower With Massage Built In Armoire Washer & Dryer Oak Vanity Throne Outside Alpenhaven Cottage Private Deck With Table, Chairs & View Romantic Swing Set For Two with View Private Jetted Hot Springs Hot Tub Private Yard Space Private Parking Bird Feeders Wild Flowers Everyday Alpenhaven Wildlife Large Variety Of Wild Birds Humming Birds Chipmunks Mule Deer Squirrels Elk & Occasionally we get visits by Black Bears, Mountain Lions, Bobcats, Coyotes, Badgers & 'Some' Say Rocky Mountain Sasquatches AKA Bigfoot's (Ask Us About 'Giant-Track Mountain')! Free (((WiFi)))
    About Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park is a town in Larimer County, Colorado, United States. A popular summer resort and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park lies along the Big Thompson River. Estes Park had a population of 5,858 at the 2010 census. History The town is named after Missouri native Joel Estes, who founded the community in 1859. The town's outskirts include The Stanley Hotel. An example of Edwardian opulence, the 1909 building had Stephen King as a guest, inspiring him to change the locale for his novel The Shining from an amusement park to the Stanley's fictional stand-in, the Overlook Hotel. Estes Park was also the site of the organization of the Credit Union National Association, an important milestone in the history of American credit unions. Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous highway in the United States, runs from Estes Park westward through Rocky Mountain National Park, reaching Grand Lake over the continental divide. Geography Estes Park sits at an elevation of 7,522 feet on the front range of the Rocky Mountains at the eastern entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Its location is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)″W. Its north, south and east extremities border the Roosevelt National Forest. Lumpy Ridge lies immediately north of Estes Park. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 5.9 square miles (15 km2), of which 5.8 square miles (15 km2) is land and 0.1 square miles ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)%) is water. Three million tourists visit Rocky Mountain National Park each year; most use Estes Park as their base. Transportation The main airport serving Estes Park is Denver International Airport, located 75 miles southeast. Highways US 34 is an east-west highway that runs from Granby, Colorado to Berwyn, Illinois. In Colorado, it connects Estes Park to Loveland, Interstate 25, Greeley and Interstate 76 US 36 begins at the nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, running to Uhrichsville, Ohio, passing through Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. State Highway 7 begins at the junction of US 36 and N St. Vrain Avenue in Estes Park and runs to Boulder, Lafayette and Brighton. Its northwestern segment is part of the Peak-to-Peak Scenic Byway. About Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park is located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Colorado. It features majestic mountain views, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments—from wooded forests to mountain tundra—and easy access to back-country trails and campsites. The park is located northwest of Boulder, Colorado, in the Rockies, and includes the Continental Divide and the headwaters of the Colorado River. The park has five visitor centers. The park headquarters, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center (An easy 12 minute walk from Alpenhaven), is a National Historic Landmark, designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West. The park may be accessed by three roads: U.S. Highway 34, 36, and State Highway 7. Highway 7 enters the park for less than a mile, where it provides access to the Lily Lake Visitor Center which is closed indefinitely. Farther south, spurs from route 7 lead to campgrounds and trail heads around Longs Peak and Wild Basin. Highway 36 enters the park on the east side, where it terminates after a few miles at Highway 34. Highway 34, known as Trail Ridge Road through the park, runs from the town of Estes Park on the east to Grand Lake on the southwest. The road reaches an elevation of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), and is closed by snow in winter. The California Zephyr serves Granby (near the west entrance of the park) by rail from Denver, crossing the Continental Divide through the Moffat Tunnel well south of the park. The park's website suggests Granby as an appropriate rail terminus for visitors, although it lies a good sixteen miles from the park without public transportation connections. The park is surrounded by Roosevelt National Forest on the north and east, Routt National Forest on the northwest, and Arapaho National Forest on the southwest. Geography Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses 265,761 acres (415.25 sq mi; (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) of land in Colorado's northern Front Range. The park is split by the Continental Divide, which gives the eastern and western portions of the park a different character. The east side of the park tends to be drier, with heavily glaciated peaks and cirques. The west side of the park is wetter and more lush, with deep forests dominating. The park contains 359 miles (578 km) of trails, 150 lakes, and 450 miles (720 km) of streams. The park contains over 60 named peaks higher than 12,000 feet (3,700 m), and over one fourth of the park resides above tree line. The highest point of the park is Longs Peak, which rises to 14,259 feet (4,346 m; surveys before 2002 show 14,255 feet (4,345 m) above sea level. Longs Peak is the only fourteen thousand foot peak in the park. Several small glaciers and permanent snowfields are found in the high mountain cirques, including Andrews Glacier, Sprague Glacier, Tyndall Glacier, Taylor Glacier, Rowe Glacier, Mills Glacier, and Moomaw Glacier. Popular Areas The park is dominated by Longs Peak, which is visible from many vantage points, and has an elevation of 14,259 feet (4,346 m). Each year thousands of people attempt to scale it. The easiest route is the Keyhole Route, impassable to regular hikers in all but the hottest summer months due to snow and ice. This eight-mile (13 km) one-way climb has an elevation gain of 4,850 ft (1,480 m). The vast east face, including the area known as The Diamond, is home to many classic big wall rock climbing routes. Not All Leave Longs Peak Safe & Alive! There is a stone gazebo at the Keyhole formation with a plaque memorializing Agnes Vaille, a well-known climber in the 1920s. In January 1925, Vaille fell 100 ft (30 m) while descending the North Face. Vaille survived the fall with minor injuries, but was unable to walk. Her climbing partner, professional mountaineering guide Walter Kiener, went for help; but when rescuers arrived, Vaille had died of fatigue and hypothermia. Bear Lake, in the heart of the park, is a popular destination and trailhead. The lake lies below Hallett Peak and the Continental Divide. Several trails start from the lake, ranging from easy strolls to strenuous hikes. Bear Lake Road is open year round, though it may close temporarily due to bad weather. Trail Ridge Road connects the town of Estes Park in the east with Grand Lake in the west. The road reaches an altitude of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), with long stretches above tree line. Following Trail Ridge Road upward for 1,000 feet is akin to driving 600 miles north from the park in reference to changes in climate and vegetation. It passes the Alpine Visitors' Center, a popular destination, and crosses the Continental Divide at Milner Pass. Numerous short interpretive trails and pullouts along the road serve to educate the visitor on the history, geography, and ecology of the park. The southern area of the park is Wild Basin, a wild and remote region. Several trails cross the area and backpacking it is popular. The Mummy Range is a short mountain range in the north of the park. The Mummies tend to be gentler and more forested than the other peaks in the park, though some slopes are rugged and heavily glaciated, particularly around Ypsilon Mountain and Mummy Mountain. The snow-capped Never Summer Mountains are found in the west side of the park. Here the south-trending Continental Divide takes a brief sharp northward loop, which creates an interesting reverse scenario, where the Pacific Basin is on the east side of the divide and the Atlantic Basin on the west. The mountains themselves, the result of volcanic activity, are craggy and, more often than not, covered in deep snow. This area saw the most extensive mining in the park, and trails lead past old mines and ghost towns. Paradise Park is hidden in the peaks above Grand Lake. This rugged and wild area has no trails penetrating it. Rocky Mountain National Park History Evidence has shown that Native Americans have visited the area of the park for the last 10,000 years. Their influence in the region was limited, however, and their visits often transitory. The Ute Tribe visited the west side of the park, particularly around Grand Lake. The Arapaho visited and hunted in the Estes Park region. The Long Expedition, led by Stephen H. Long, for whom Longs Peak was named, visited the area in 1820, though they never entered the mountains. Joel Estes and his son stumbled across the meadows that eventually became Estes Park in 1859 while on a hunting expedition. He moved his family there in 1860 and raised cattle. He stayed only until 1866, forced out by long, harsh winters. In the next years, settlers and homesteaders staked their claims in the Estes Park region. Tourists, particularly those interested in climbing the high peaks of the region, appeared after this time. In 1880 a small mining rush began in the Never Summer Mountains. The mining town of Lulu City was established with great fanfare and promotion by the media, particularly by Fort Collins newspapers. The ore mined, however, was low grade; by 1883 the rush went bust, and most of the residents moved on. A satellite town, Dutchtown, was abandoned by 1884. Enos Mills, then a 14 year old boy, moved to Estes Park in 1884. He explored the mountains of the area and wrote many books and articles describing the region. He later supported the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park, and he split his time between the mountains he loved and the cities of the eastern United States, where he lobbied for the legislation to create the park. The legislation was drafted by James Grafton Rogers, a Denver lawyer and avid outdoorsman. Mills' original proposal for park boundaries went from Wyoming all the way down to the Mount Evans area, including areas such as the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Much of the land was favored for mining, logging, and other operations, however, so the proposed park was reduced to an area approximating the current park borders. The bill passed Congress and was signed by President Woodrow Wilson on January 26, 1915. A formal dedication ceremony was held on September 4, 1915 in Horseshoe Park. The park has expanded over the years, with the largest parcel — the Never Summer Range — added in 1929. The 1920s saw a boom in building lodges and roads in the park, culminating with the construction of Trail Ridge Road between 1929 and 1933. The Civilian Conservation Corps handled several building projects during the Great Depression and remnants of their camps can be found in the park today. Rocky Mountain National Park Activities On the Colorado River trail inside Rocky Mountain National Park Most visitors to the park drive over the famous Trail Ridge Road, but other scenic roads include Fall River Road and Bear Lake Road. Many visitors hike and backpack. The park contains a network of 349 miles (562 km) of trail and dozens of designated backcountry camp sites. Trails range from easy to strenuous. Many routes are off-trail and the hiker must be careful to leave no trace of their passage. Horseback riding is permitted on most trails. Some trails which are closed to horse traffic allow llamas as pack animals, because their smaller size and softer feet have a lower impact on trail erosion. Rock climbing and mountaineering have increased in recent years. Longs Peak, Hallett Peak and Lumpy Ridge, among others, are famous rock climbing areas. Many of the highest peaks have technical ice and rock routes on them, ranging from short scrambles to long multi-pitch climbs. In the winter, when the trails are covered in snow, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular. Backcountry-style Alpine, Alpine Touring and Telemark skiing can be found on the higher slopes. Fishing is found in the many lakes and streams in the park. Camping is allowed at several designated campgrounds. Sites of interest Bear Lake Chasm Lake Fall River Pass Grand Lake Milner Pass Mount Meeker Sprague Lake Trail Ridge Road Longs Peak Wild Basin
  • We needed to make a few adjustments and Tom & Janet were very accommodating. Great communication! Already looking forward to staying again.

    Jeff2020-04-03T00:00:00Z
  • These two went above and beyond our expectations, at every point. They would give you advice, local spots to visit as well as down the mountain for a good time.

    Heather2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • My boyfriend and I loved the Alpenhaven! Just the right size, all the amenities, and WOW what a LOCATION!!!!! Our long drive took a lot longer than planned and we ended up arriving around 130am instead of the check in cut off at 9. However Tom was kind enough to leave the place unlocked with the lights on for us. He was very friendly and gave us some great local suggestions. I think our favorite part was star gazing from the hot tub :) Thanks again Tom & Janet!!!!

    Emma2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great place. Very comfortable, clean, and homey. The hosts were wonderful, also!

    Caleb2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • Tom and Janet are very friendly and made the whole trip amazing. They gave great recommendations on restaurants, trails and other locations to check out. Very quick responses on all questions and they made sure it was clean. Definitely recommend staying at this location!

    Connor2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • We loved it! They gave excellent recommendations. We had so much fun!

    Julie2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Tom and Janet were amazing ! The house is extremely cute and very clean. They had so many awesome local guides. They personally greeted us and had many cute touches to the house that we found useful. I highly recommend!

    Angela2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • Tom and Janet were extremely welcoming! They greeted us and showed us around. This place has thoughtful touches with anything you might need. It is a lovely place and would recommend it to anyone looking for a place in Estes Park!

    Amy2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Walk a few hundred yards into the Nat'l Park from my cozy, contemporary space influenced by my Norwegian roots (STR #6184). A 44" 4K TV, full kitchen, queen bed, private bath, and big deck will ensure a great getaway. My house basically abuts the park, so you'll see lots of wildlife as you sip your coffee! + Walk into RMNP & The Rock Inn Tavern + 2 min drive to the Park visitor center + 5 min drive to town Enjoy a tiny home with great amenities for your next vacation!
    NOTE: You must input dates and guest count before the platform calculates an accurate price for your visit. Thanks for checking out the north apartment in my duplex, perfectly situated just footsteps away from the boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park. You will love its cleanliness and modern, cozy feel inspired by my Norwegian roots. It's well appointed with a new kitchen, living room, TV, sofa, bed, carpet and more, and the fully equipped kitchen will allow you to feel at home during your Estes Park vacation. Note that winter tires, chains or 4WD/AWD are highly recommended in Estes Park from October to May. If you arrive in an inadequate vehicle during a winter storm and can't make it the last few hundred feet to the home, you'll need to ferry your stuff by hand and then park in our other home two blocks away and walk back. This sort of weather happens a few times a year. People who have stayed at my 425 square-foot rental have raved: "...Great place to rest your head after a long hike." "... Cute, modern cabin that is perfect distance from the National Park and town." "... Nice deck and at the top of the hill, so it felt like a true retreat." "... Rannveig was very accommodating and quickly responded!" I spent nearly three months during the winter of 2019 working to create a quiet and relaxing sanctuary for your mountain retreat. Improvements include: + Fresh paint throughout + Comfy modern couch + New carpeting in the bedroom + Twinkly, cozy lights + A brand new queen mattress for a great rest. + A 44” smart TV with lots of streaming options, + Super fast WiFi with no dead zones My favorite feature is the vaulted living room ceiling, making the tiny space feel quite big. I also love the large deck, which is surrounded by mountains. ***** FOUR IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES ***** This is a duplex, and both sides are short term rentals. The only shared space, however, is the driveway. The wall separating the units is sound insulated, but please be respectful and don't make a ton of noise. This 1940s cabin has been itching for a facelift for many years. While the inside is completely brand new (with the exception of the tub and stove), I plan to totally repaint the exterior soon, when weather allows. There are other rental units nearby in my historic cabin neighborhood. If you are looking for complete seclusion and and isolation in the woods, this isn't your best bet. Last, check in is 4PM and check out is 10AM. I cannot accommodate early check ins and late check outs due to my cleaners' schedule. It's a super tiny mountain town and the cleaners are slammed and there just aren't other people to clean. I'm sorry about that! BEDROOMS My home offers 1 bedrooms with its own private bathroom, plus sleeping for two more on a living room sofa bed. Bedroom 1 - A comfortable memory-foam mattress will ensure a good night sleep after a long day of hiking. Attached is a large closet for your gear, plus a full bathroom complete with shower/tub, original wood siding from the 1940s, and a brand new toilet, vanity and medicine chest. Blackout shades ensure privacy and a sound night's rest, but if you like to wake up with the sunrise, you can leave them up and close the sheer curtains and watch the room light up in the mornings. Bedroom 1 - Not really a bedroom, but the living couch turns into a full size bed that can comfortable accomodate two. A spare set of sheets and blankets is in the chaise part of the couch, which flips up. LIVING & ENTERTAINMENT Living Room -There's a brand new 44" 4K smart television with Roku. Come on in and log into your favorite streaming service. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Sling, Hulu, etc. WiFi - My home employs a mesh WiFi network with no dead zones. A strong 100Mbps connection will allow you to stream and work without any issues. LAUNDRY & COOKING Kitchen - The galley kitchen has everything you need to cook, despite it being so small. There's a full stove and oven, fridge and freezer, and assortment of pots and pans. My brand new knives are sharp (dull knives are a pet peeve!). There are cutting boards, wine glasses, coffee mugs, and a french press so you can get your caffeine fix before you enjoy the park. Laundry - My tiny space features a full size washer and dryer that you are free to use.
    My neighborhood has about 30 historic vacation cabins. There are other buildings nearby so if you are looking for total isolation and wilderness seclusion, another home may be better for you. That said, the location can't be beat. You can hike out your door and straight into the National Park. The top of Eagle Cliff Mountain, which my home sites on the side of, has one of the best views in all of Estes Park. Standing atop it afford an unobstructed view of Beaver Meadows and all the high peaks along the Continental Divide. An unofficial trailhead is about 3 minutes from the door. You'll be on the west side of Estes Park, so you don't have to brave downtown traffic to get into the National Park. Driving into the center of town is a short 7 minute journey, and the closest grocery store is 5 minutes away.
  • Beautiful place ❤️

    Ashley2020-04-30T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely lovely. Great location, great space, great host. I sincerely can’t wait to come back again.

    Gregory2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely view, very clean, super cozy!

    Austin2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • This was an amazing spot with a beautiful view of the mountains. It was very clean and an overall great experience staying here.

    John2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • Rannveig’s place was just the perfect size for a couple’s getaway trip. We enjoyed the proximity to RMNP, and we even got to enjoy some deer in the backyard one evening. The kitchen was well stocked for all our cooking needs, including means to make coffee in the morning. We would definitely stay here again!

    Rita2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • We had an amazing stay! Very close to RMNP, and the neighborhood was quiet. Be sure to read the directions and parking instructions beforehand, as it can be a little difficult and the service is spotty up in the mountains (you may not be able to download the website she sends once you get there). I looked up the instructions beforehand and took a screenshot and we had no issues finding the place and checking in. The place is very comfortable for 2 people, and has all the extra amenities we needed. Washer and dryer inside was very helpful. Host provides helpful tips and suggestions for your stay. Plenty of outlets in the bedroom and living room to charge electronics. We are looking forward to staying here on our next trip!

    Jaclyn2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Really clean and cozy. My wife and I spent our first anniversary here. The drive way is steep, and it was slick in spots, but we were able to get up with a front wheel drive sedan (and the help of chains one of the days after some extra snow).

    Daniel2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • This was the perfect spot to get closer to nature and out of the bustle of the city. Having Rocky Mountain National Park literally in the backyard is pretty amazing. I saw all sorts of wildlife, had easy access to hiking and was able to relax and focus on my work in the comfortable and clean space.

    James2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

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    Welcome to the newly remodeled Mountain Lodge King Room at The Inn on Fall River. This hotel room overlooks Fall River and features free wifi, a large flat screen tv, a King bed, full bath, and brand new granite and tile. By booking the King Room, you will have easy access to our private hiking trails that lead directly into Rocky Mountain National Park and access to over 4000 ft. of Fall River. We hope you join us on your Estes Park adventure. See you soon.
  • Room was comfortable and very clean. Close to a few restaurant.

    Karen Alejandra2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little place on the river! Very accommodating and the rooms are updated and affordable for the EP/RMNP area! Very convenient if you plan to visit RMNP.

    Brenna2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • The place was a little off putting at first, due to the fact they have a lot of construction going on, but once you get past that the place is great. The owners are great, so friendly, and helpful. The room was very clean. We loved the fireplace and the balcony overlooking the river. The bed was comfortable and there were plenty of pillows. Location is great too, there is not a lot of traffic noise and it is just a short drive to downtown. Overall our stay was great and we will definitely consider this place the next time we visit.

    Jory2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place!! The hosts were super helpful and friendly! Made us feel very welcome and were super knowledgeable on things to do and see in the area. Very clean room and nicely decorated! Was very impressed and can’t wait to visit again!

    Tara2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful place to stay, the rooms are decorated so perfectly. Loved the deck and wood built fire place!

    Torie2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • We absolutely loved staying here. It was surprisingly romantic and everything we could have wanted in a getaway. Thank you for a great stay!

    Anyssa2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Great location near RMNP

    Carol2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Very unassuming from the outside but the room was impressive for the rate (winter off-season). Bed, sofa, kitchenette, fire place, balcony overlooking the river, hiking out the back door, and a hot tub!. Minutes away from downtown Estes and from RMNP. Definitely worth the money to stay here!

    Matthew2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Hotel


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Travel back to 1914 in a vintage 2BR hillside cabin blocks from the Nat'l Park (STR #6190). Enjoy the sounds of the Big Thompson across the street or stare at the high peaks while BBQing on the wraparound deck. A king master bedroom & private fireplace ensures a restful sleep, along with the upstairs queen bedroom and lofted sleeping area. Elk, bear and wildlife abound. - Walk to fishing, Nat'l Park & Dunraven Inn - 7 min drive to the Park visitor center - 8 min drive to downtown
    NOTE: You must input dates and guest count before the platform calculates an accurate price for your visit. My home is perfectly situated blocks from the boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park and across the street from the bank of the Big Thompson River. It's is more than 100 years old, lovingly cared for and meticulously restored. Though it predates most buildings in the Estes Valley (and even the Town itself) it's in great shape and has been been fully modernized for your comfort. I am a photographer by profession and have decorated the walls with my favorite images of the area. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making them! You can watch the sun rise over the mountains from bed, eat breakfast while elk and deer mill about, hike into the National Park (either Beaver Meadows or to the top of Eagle Cliff Mountain) from the front door, and come home and watch the stars over the high peaks as you BBQ on the deck and listen to the sound of the river. *** BEFORE CONTINUING, NOTE THE FOLLOWING *** 1) The master bedroom is on the first floor but you must climb the ladder to get to the lofted sleeping area and queen bedroom, where headroom is limited. 2) By booking, you are agreeing to the house and neighborhood rules at the bottom of the listing. You MUST read them, as this property is located in an HOA neighborhood containing other vacation homes nearby. 3) The home is a very useable 1,334 square feet but it may seem smaller due to the funky a-frame construction in the loft. 4) This is an old, old home!! The living room fireplace is original and does not burn efficiently. Wood logs, especially when wet, will smoke out the house. You may only burn Duraflame or equivalent woodchip/sawdust logs in the living room fireplace. You can burn regular logs in the bedroom fireplace. ****** Now, onward! I invite you to stay in my cozy cabin! You will love its warmth, cleanliness, retro feel and authentic mountain vibe. It's perfectly appointed with comfy furnishings, a fully stocked kitchen, a washer/dryer, and countless amenities so you can feel at home during your mountain getaway in Estes Park. Guests here have raved: "... The cabin is an absolute delight! The location couldn’t be any better." "... I travel the country frequently and have added this to my list of return trips." "... Absolutely beautiful place, in an amazing location. Can't wait to stay again!" "... In a nice location by the river and with great mountain views... looks exactly like the pictures posted!" "... Beautiful setting and amazing host." I spent a month giving my new cabin a facelift to create a quiet, relaxing sanctuary for your mountain retreat. Improvements include: + Updated lighting + Brand new smart TV + New, luxurious queen bed in the upstairs lofted bedroom + Twinkly, cozy lights throughout + A new smart TV with lots of streaming options, + Super fast WiFi with no dead zones You will enjoy two bedrooms, a full bathroom with toilet/shower/tub, a utility room with a washer/dryer and a shower, a living room with games, puzzles and a smart TV, a dining area with seating for 6, a vintage rock fireplace that will take you back in time, two screened in porches, and a big wrap-around deck with a picnic table and BBQ. My favorite feature is the wraparound deck, which offers a straight view of Hallet Peak glistening in the morning sunrise and glowing beneath the Milky Way at night. BEDROOMS My home offers 2 bedrooms plus sleeping for two more in the loft above the living room. Bedroom 1 - A massive master bedroom with a sofa, huge king bed, reading chair, interesting bookshelf, and mid-century modern fireplace. My favorite part of this bedroom is that it opens directly onto the huge wrap-around deck. Bedroom 2 - A funky and cozy loft with an incredibly comfortable queen mattress, a small dormer to sit in and drink tea and read. If you like to get in touch with nature’s daily rhythms, sleep here and stare out the skylight above the bedroom. You can see the Milky Way from the warmth of your bed! Sleeping Area - The lofted sleeping area above the living room has two twin beds, both situated directly below skylights so you can stare up at the stars as you fall asleep. LIVING & ENTERTAINMENT Deck - This is the hallmark of my home, and it's my favorite place to spend time. There’s a picnic table and BBQB there so you can relax, read, watch wildlife roaming around, stare at the mountains and stars, and just chill out and enjoy the peace and quiet. I promise that when the Milky Way rises, you’ll see more stars than most people ever have in their lives. You'll often feel like you're in a zoo; because the national park boundary is literally a few blocks away, herds of deer and elk are constantly roaming around. Living Room - You'll pass much of your time here, either on two super comfy recliners or on a luxuriously soft leather sofa in front of the fireplace. Twinkly lights overhead light up the space, and a cool vintage Edison-bulb chandelier puts off a cool old-school vibe. There is no drywall -- it's all warm, cozy and inviting wood. My own art adorns the walls and a smart television hangs above the fireplace, so you can stream pretty much anything you’d like with your friends and family. There’s a small library of puzzles and games for when you want to detach from technology. WiFi - I moved the home’s WiFi location to provide a centralized access point with no dead zones on the property. You’ll enjoy a strong 100Mbs connection for streaming, entertainment and work. LAUNDRY & COOKING Kitchen - The kitchen is fully stocked It features a big oven, a full sized fridge/freezer, a microwave, dishwasher, various small appliances, cutlery, dishes, utensils, bowls/pots/pans and virtually anything else you may need or want. It opens directly to the dining area so you can socialize as someone's cooking. Laundry - There's a small utility room with a washer and a dryer that you are free to use. Please do! I try to keep the detergent stocked but don't guarantee it, so it may be wise to bring a little of your own. It is a VERY cramped space, so be warned. You can also use a small second shower in there. ESTES PARK'S MANY AWARDS Estes has become sought after year-round destination over the last five years. In fact, a few years ago the town was named to more than 50 lists of Best, Favorite and Top Destinations. Here are a select few: - Best Mountain Town - Sunset Magazine - Top-Rated Vacation Destinations in North America - Expedia - America's Most Scenic Roads - Travel + Leisure Magazine - Top 20 Mountain Trips - Sunset Magazine - America's 15 Most Romantic Cities for Winter Travel - Trip Advisor - 10 U.S. Places To Travel Before They Get Famous - Huffington Post - The Ten Most Beautiful Towns in CO - TheCultureTrip.com - The Most Romantic Weekend Getaway in Every State - Thrillist.com - 50 Small Towns Across America with the Most Beautiful Fall Foliage - Country Living - The 15 Most Beautiful Spots in CO - TheCrazyTourist.com - Best Towns in Colorado - Niche - Top 10 Adult Spring Break Destinations in America Revealed - World Property Journal Here's what National Geographic Magazine wrote out our little slice of paradise: "Rising up along the Continental Divide, Rocky Mountain National Park is a natural overachiever, with 77 mountains above 12,000 feet—including 14,259-foot Longs Peak—and a span of alpine tundra. Snow-packed granite peaks tower over a calm of ponderosa pines, which ease toward meadow and meandering stream—four ecosystems within one park. It’d be simple to cover them all on a drive along scenic Trail Ridge Road, but why not channel Enos Mills and hike some of the 355 miles of trails instead? You might hear elk bugling or spy otters swimming among lily pads."
    My historic cabin is along Highway 66 only a few short minutes from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. It's a quiet area that sees little traffic, and the park boundary is a few blocks away. Additionally the property backs up to a nature easement. This means that elk, coyotes, bobcats, foxes, bears, raccoons, hummingbirds, and mule deer frequently pass by. The Big Thompson River across the street can be fished once you get a permit from the state (available at local outfitters, etc). The Dunraven Inn, one of the town's best restaurants, is 2 blocks away at the entry to my neighborhood. VERY IMPORTANT: My place is in a small development for vacation homes, so there are a few rules that you are agreeing to when you book my place -- and they apply to my entire neighborhood, not just my house: - No smoking ANYWHERE AT ALL in the neighborhood or inside or around my house. - 15mph on all roads once you enter the neighborhood. - Quiet hours from 9pm to 9am. That means no parties or noisy socializing on the deck. - No RVs, ATVs, motorhomes, campers or motorcycles - No open fires - No pets - There is a wonderful playground for families about a block away in the neighborhood.
  • Nathan has been the best host imaginable. Throughout the whole stay, he made sure we were taken care of - from his quick responses to providing a list of favored attractions in the area. I look forward to visiting this cabin again because it genuinely feels like home. Thanks again Nathan!

    Jonathan2020-05-07T00:00:00Z
  • Nice cabin.

    Michael2020-05-04T00:00:00Z
  • Nathan's cabin was perfect for a getaway. The cabin has the charm of its age but is updated with all of the amenities to make it very comfortable. We especially loved the grill and porch/deck with amazing views. It is also walking distance from getting on the trails in RMNP. Communication with Nathan was fast and easy. We loved it -- hope to be back soon!

    Kathleen2020-05-01T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful place! Very clean and full of info about the are. Nathan was very quick to respond to our questions, would definitely recommend!

    Sean2020-04-28T00:00:00Z
  • It was perfect for a quick getaway! The home was cozy and very private. We would absolutely rent with Nathan again at any of his places! He was a tremendous host with excellent communication and kindness.

    Conni2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely adorable cabin with so many personal touches, wonderful location, excellent communication and beautiful view of the mountains to wake up to from the master bedroom windows. Awesome, large deck that it was too cold outside for us to use but would be lovely in warmer months.

    Jennifer2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • We were looking to sneak off to the mountains and stay in a cozy cabin for our Anniversary and Nathan's cabin gave us exactly that! Just on the outside edge of downtown Estes, but still close to restaurants. This place is timeless and so warm. We went out for shopping and activities each day, looking forward to tying up the day with a fire in the fireplace and enjoying each other's company. We want to come back at different times of the year to enjoy other seasons and can't imagine staying anywhere else! Added referrals for restaurants - The Rock Inn Mountain Tavern was our favorite! Good food, service, and live mountain music! Dunraven Inn and Mountain Home cafe great as well! Do not recommend Big Horn Restaurant.

    Joyce2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Nathan's cabin was clean and exactly as expected. Estes Park is a special place. Amazing hikes and great restaurants in town. We had an awesome time!

    Carly2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Spacious studio guest suite with private entrance, newer queen mattress, living area, large windows, kitchenette, bathroom. Private entrance with deck covered by large awning (in summer months), hammock and picnic table. Convenient, mountain living - short walk to Event Center, Lake Estes walking path, downtown Estes Park and Visitor Center shuttle. We follow CDC cleaning protocol. (Registration#3265)
    Peaceful, quiet space for your "home base" while exploring RMNP and Estes Park. Many of our guests comment on the number of conveniences we've thought of to make your stay comfortable and welcoming. Large coffee table to spread your maps on as you confirm your adventures or settle in for the night with some reading or games. No TV, but there is good wifi if you want to bring your tablet or computer.
    The backyard space is quiet, private and secluded from the rest of the neighborhood. The neighborhood is very convenient to downtown Estes Park, the Fairgrounds, Lake Estes, and RMNP. A surprising variety of wildlife frequents our neighborhood and passes through our yard.
  • Very nice location central to RMNP, kitchenette was also very convenient to have. The space was clean, comfortable, and nicely decorated! Hosts are very accommodating and quick to assist with any questions or concerns. Great place to stay when visiting Estes Park!

    Alyssa2020-03-23T00:00:00Z
  • Joe and Kari are awesome! Very hospitable and even offered driving us somewhere, as we were traveling without a car. Great place to stay!

    Makayla2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome location! Literally minutes away from local restaurants, downtown, and the entrance to the rocky mountains! Joe and Kari were nice and welcoming. Would definitely recommend to anybody that is looking to get away for a couple of days and enjoy the view at every turn :)

    Denisse2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Joe and Kari’s place was super cute, clean, and perfect! So close to town and Rocky Mountain National Park! We had such a great stay! Thank you for all the thoughtful touches and the cute space!

    Megan2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had an excellent stay with Joe and Kari. The place was everything we could have asked for and more! Perfect location, incredibly clean, and professional!

    Emma2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place within walking distance to anything in Estes! Joe and Kari were extremely accommodating and their place was impressively clean with all the amenities for someone who wants to spend a weekend in Estes Park. Highly recommend!!

    Zach2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Sweet hosts and adorable place to stay. Very clean and has everything you need to take a short trip to Estes.

    Kyleigh2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • Cute quiet stay close to lake Estes

    Jaime2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Soothe your soul in a hot tub above downtown while staring into Rocky Mountain National Park after a long day of hiking (STR#3126)! You'll love my historic cabin, built in the late 1800s but modernized for your comfort. Its cozy 540 square feet provide great views, a full kitchen & bathroom, fireplace, inviting and warm bedroom, and a deck overlooking Lumpy Ridge. + Walk to downtown and the Stanley Hotel + 8 minute drive to the park A perfect base for up to 4 people for a mountain getaway!
    NOTE: You must input dates and guest count before the platform calculates an accurate price for your visit. My cabin rests on a hillside above downtown in a small neighborhood of other historic cabins. This was one of the original neighborhoods when people first settled in the Estes Valley. The place predates most other buildings in the area, but it's been lovingly cared for and is in great shape. I love being able to walk to town from here, but still come home afterward and sit in the hot tub. Afterwards, I enjoy lounging on the sofa and just relaxing in front of the fireplace. There are other cabins close by, so if you are looking for total seclusion this isn't your best bet -- but there aren't many vacation rentals out there offering the great combination of views, a hot tub, fireplace, deck, full kitchen, and the ability to walk to town. ⛰️ BEDROOMS ⛰️ My home offers 1 bedroom, plus sleeping for two more on two Ikea ottomans that convert to single beds. Bedroom 1 - A comfortable mattress will ensure a good night sleep after a long day of hiking. It's a cozy space with wood paneled walls throughout, and north facing windows so you can watch the sun light up Lumpy Ridge as you wake up. ⛰️ LIVING & ENTERTAINMENT ⛰️ Living Room - There's a spacious dining room table and a comfy couch to lounge in while you stream your favorite Netflix series on the speedy WiFi. Feel free to fire up the fireplace -- it's electric but offers a great ambiance as the flames flicker on the cozy wood walls. Deck & Hot Tub - We have a small deck with a grill off the front door overlooking Lumpy Ridge, a perfect spot for BBQ.. Our hot tub fits two comfortably but you could squeeze more in if necessary. It has a small fence around it for privacy from our neighors' cabins, but the northern side is open so you can watch the mountains. ⛰️ LAUNDRY & COOKING ⛰️ Kitchen - The kitchen is fully stocked with utensils, small appliances, fridge, freezer, full size oven and stove, microwave, drop coffee maker, toaster, and more. You may not actually use it that much because you can walk to all the great restaurants in downtown! Laundry - We do offer a full size washer and dryer for you to use!
    My cabin is located in a neighborhood of other historic cabins on a hillside just above downtown Estes Park. You can literally walk everywhere in town -- to the Stanley Hotel, Ed's Cantina, local coffee shops and restaurants, etc. Because it's on a hill, you have a great view of Lumpy Ridge to the north from the deck and hot tub.
  • Nancy’s cabin was incredible! I thoroughly enjoyed the space, both inside and outside, and highly recommend this cabin to anyone looking for a cozy getaway. Nancy was an incredible hostess! The bed and couch were very comfortable and the kitchen and bathroom had all the necessary supplies.

    Taylor2020-05-05T00:00:00Z
  • We absolutely loved it! Nancy was so helpful and went out of her way to communicate details and help us have the best stay ever!

    Michaela2020-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • Great communication with directions on how to get in, great recommendations. The cabin is in the cutest town and has amazing views!

    Lexi2020-05-02T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful cabin!! My husband and I had such a wonderful night staying in this cabin. Seeing so many deer right outside our windows was an amazing sight! Easy check in, local tips, and fast response from Nancy. We would stay here again in a heart beat!

    Kayla2020-04-30T00:00:00Z
  • Super clean and cozy cabin- a perfect place for a relaxing getaway! Great location, walking distance to downtown Estes, and a great view right out the windows. Host was great, fast communication, easy check in, and thoughtful touches. All in all amazing stay and would definitely come back!

    Jennifer2020-04-29T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Nancy's place for two nights and it was so peaceful, place is in a great location and that view from living room is so beautiful. Nancy was very friendly ,we definitely be back.

    Pinar2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • Super friendly and clean! Nancy’s cabin is in such a great location with tons to do!

    Christina2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Really clean home! Very close to everything and about a 10 minute drive from the Rocky Mountain National park

    Gustavo2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    REG#4007 Rocky Mountain National Park, Wildlife, and Dutch hospitality Our modern cabin is located 1/2 mile from the Rocky Mountain National Park. Stunning views of Longs Peak, and lots of wildlife. We have Elk and Deer right in our yard. We also have snowshoes for rent. If there is enough snow in the Winter you can snowshoe from your room right into the National Park. Or you can bike to town ( 1 1/2 miles) year round. There are lots of hiking trails within very short distance from our house.
    The guestroom has a private entry, with an en-suite bathroom. The bathroom has a shower and a bath tub. It also has a build-in Bluetooth speaker fan. There are 2 USB outlets next to both sides of the queen bed. Bedroom has a ceiling fan. Both the bathroom and bedroom have radiant floor heating for your comfort. Refrigerator, coffee and tea, microwave available Both Bedroom and Bathroom doors can lock for privacy. You are not renting the whole house. You are also free to use the backyard, with seating and outdoor dining table and stunning views of the Rocky Mountains.
    We live in a very quiet neighbourhood, please respect the neighbours and their properties. Beaver Meadow visitor center: 1/2 mile Town of Estes: 1 1/2 mile Restaurants: 1/4 mile Country store; 1/4 mile Gas station: 1/4 mile
  • The space is very nice and what I expected. Anita goes above and beyond to give tips for the town and help in any way she can.

    T.J.2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • Anita was an exceptional host. Super hospitable and approachable; she went above and beyond to make sure our time in Estes Park was top notch. The space itself was accurately described. Good for two people. Though not visible from inside the space, the views of the Rockies from the backyard are beautiful. It's very easy to get to; you park directly in front of the entrance. We saw a ton of elk right beside the house on our last day! Overall, would definitely recommend Anita's place!

    Cody2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • This place was lovely! The location was great, and the room itself was clean and cozy. Bo was the highlight of our trip. Anita had great restaurant suggestions and trail recommendations.

    Brittany2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • Anita is a wonderful host and my friend and I could not have asked for a better weekend experience. The location is easy to find, it's close to RMNP and downtown Estes Park, and it's easy to park your car in their driveway. We were immediately greeted warmly by Anita and were given some tips on hikes for the next day. The room was incredibly clean and had a lot of amenities to offer. Could not recommend this spot enough, and I thank them for allowing us to take the space.

    Monica2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Anita's place was the perfect base for our explorations of Estes Park and RMNP! The room was warm and cozy during our winter stay, with a lovely modern bathroom. Our host was communicative and friendly. And on the first morning, an entire family of elk visited us in the backyard!

    Jackie2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Anita was very quick with her communication and the room was very clean and warm away from the snow. Would recommend!

    Iris2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Anita was awesome and very friendly. The place was very tidy and worth the stay!

    Kunsang2020-02-07T00:00:00Z
  • The location is perfect and convenient to the national park and Estes Park. They were extremely kind and welcoming hosts, and we were lucky enough to meet Bo. Would highly recommend this place, and we hope to stay again in the future!

    Kirsten2020-02-04T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    EP #3541. Beautiful 840 sq ft. studio house in Estes Park with a vaulted ceiling and stunning views of Twin Sisters and Mt. Meeker. Lots of wildlife. Elk can often be seen while sitting on the deck. Relax in the private hot tub after a day of sightseeing or hiking and enjoy amazing view of the stars in this dark sky community. Less than 4 miles to Rocky Mountain National Park or Downtown Estes Park. Come enjoy the fresh mountain air and all the nature and fun Estes Park has to offer!
    This house is one large open space and does not have separate bedrooms. Also, please note that there are no curtains on the upper windows. This has been done intentionally for the views. During the nighttime, starlight and moonlight can come in through the upper windows.
    The homes in this neighborhood sit on half acre lots with trees, wildlife, and mountain views.
  • Perfect place for a quick getaway from the noise! Love being able to just relax here, it’s cozy, absolutely enjoy the spa & the views are breathtaking. Have stayed here a few times & will definitely be coming back again!

    Kate2020-05-05T00:00:00Z
  • This is such a cute and beautiful little place to stay in Estes Park. Violet is so nice and very easy to get in touch with for whatever you may need while staying at her place. I will definitely be booking this place again in the future!

    Kamryn2020-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • The views were much better than expected and check in was super easy. Great stay!

    Kendra2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • Violet's place was amazing! Definitely a must stay!

    Cynthia2020-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful place! Perfect for our family of 4. Host was wonderful! Even checked on us after it snowed to see if we needed someone to come shovel the driveway for us.

    Lisa2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place right by RMNP. very clean and stylish. Had everything we needed to feel at home. The hot tub was also a great bonus.

    Amanda2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Violet’s home was absolutely AMMMMAAAZZZIIINNNGGG!!! It was the perfect mountain retreat! It was sparkling clean, check in was super smooth. It was secluded, but close to town! LITERALLY 360 Mountain Views! The hot tub was so nice on a chilly winter night. We couldn’t have asked for a better weekend getaway!

    Emily2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, view is amazing!

    Dustin2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    0

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Love Nest cabin is especially designed for couples. Fronting the Big Thompson River it is a spacious cabin with a king bed, gas fireplace, indoor 5x5 jetted bath tub w/fountain along with a full kitchen.
    Love Nest cabin is especially designed for couples. Fronting the Big Thompson River it is a spacious cabin with a king bed, gas fireplace, indoor 5x5 jetted bath tub w/fountain along with a full kitchen. Conveniently situation between downtown Estes Park (1.1 mile east) and Rocky Mountain National Park (1.1 mile west) it provides the feeling and sense of getting away from it all while being close enough to walk into down town Estes, to Coffee on the Rocks for a leisurely breakfast or a quick escape into the RMNP for a day of hiking and exploring. This cabin is part of Brynwood on the River lodging resort.
    The lodge is right by a river and 1.4 miles away from the Rocky Mountain National Park entrance. Down town Estes is also 1.4 miles away from the lodge.
  • Right off the main road near Rocky Mountain National Park literally 2 min to stores and resteraunts but felt like we were farther off in woods , very cozy room quite a bit larger than I expected but decor and warmth of fire made it feel like a. Rustic cabin ( with all modern day convience) .check in was at front desk of hotel cabins are in back and by river . Very friendly nice people . Very informative of area and all the things about cabins ! Room was exceptionally clean ! And fire place was so warm and gas in ours so easy as well! The hot tub was awesome with a waterfall !! And nice plush robes too ! Our cabin had basic nessesities pans, cups, full kitchen , coffee, silverware ..... also had two extra space heaters which we didn’t need the room was very cozy and we had breakfast at table by the river and walked around to sit on bench and watched elk !! It was awesome we wish we could’ve stayed longer - room had great decor too!

    Renee2020-03-23T00:00:00Z
  • This place is PERFECT if you're looking for cozy, romantic R&R. We thought cabin was even a little roomier than it appeared in the photos. 50ft from a beautiful little stream. Was quiet and peaceful the whole stay even with guests staying on all sides of us in adjacent cabins.

    Dreu2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful spot! My partner and I had the Love Nest Cabin and it was spacious and comforting. Extremely close to everything, we were able to see deer up close and the night sky was something we don't get to see very often living in the city.

    Matthew2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • The feel of the room was incredibly reminiscent of what i imagine staying here 30 years ago would've been like. We absolutely loved the layout of the room and loved the quality of everything. they did absolutely amazing with setting up everything and the place was incredible in every detail. My girlfriend even pointed out how nice it was that they provided makeup remover. Overall we would absolutely stay here again if we go up to Estes for another weekend getaway.

    Cody2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • nice find with a indoor water feature and jacuzzi!

    Ben2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great place!

    Carter2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • This place is amazing. The service was great and staff was very friendly. We loved the location and how cozy the cabin was. We will definitely be back.

    Sam2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Had a great stay the cabin in Estes park, thank you for the hospitality

    Chris2019-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    This beautifully updated 800 square foot cabin built in 1939 is located steps from Rocky Mountain National Park. Come and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Explore the national park and surrounding areas. Revive in the quiet and peaceful retreat we have created for you. This cabin is perfect for a couple wanting to take a break and recharge. Please let us know if you are celebrating anything special during your stay. (Permit # 3332)
    Rocky Retreat EP is located steps away from Rocky Mountain National Park. From the cabin, you can hike directly into the National Park without having to drive in. If you chose to drive to the Beaver Meadows entrance station it is only 5 minutes away. The retreat is located in a historic area of Estes Park where other houses and cabins are not crowding each other. The kitchen is fully equipped if you choose to cook at home. Your health and safety is our top priority. We have blocked our calendar after each guest checkout so there is no back to back bookings. We have a thorough and regimented cleaning protocol and have added extra measures to ensure your safety. We disinfect all hard surfaces like keys, keypads, door knobs, light switches, books, remote controls, counter tops, etc. All bedding is washed between guests including quilts and comforters. Extra blankets you find at the cabin have been washed between guests and can be found in plastic so you know that it's be cleaned.
    Rocky Retreat is moments from Rocky Mountain National Park. On busy weekends, you can do some hiking into the national park and avoid the crowds. The entrance is just a short drive by car as well. Elk are common neighbors in this part of town.
  • Highly recommend Karen and Scott’s place. It is set back off the main road and the views are so incredible. Even though we couldn’t access it, the park entrance is on the same road just up the hill. The house is a perfect size for a couple. The porch, deck and outside area is amazing. We saw deer and elk just off the back porch. They took extra care to clean, leave wipes, and masks for us. They had little extra touches waiting for us. The kitchen had condiments, spices, etc in case we needed them. We were extremely impressed and will come up again!!

    Christi2020-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • Karen and Scott’s place was fabulous. The location was great as you’re only steps away from Rocky Mountain National park but you are also in close proximity to a wonderful local grocery store and tasty restaurants. The cabin itself was absolutely charming and extremely well thought out. We will definitely try and visit again.

    Larissa2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • We loved staying here! It’s the perfect location to get to the Rockies and not too far from town! Scott and Karen are very thoughtful hosts and face lots of great tips of what to see and do!

    Colleen2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin was more than we expected. Very comfortable and in the perfect location right outside the entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park! Will stay with them again.

    David2020-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • The place is great. It’s right by the entrance to RMNP and close to restaurants, markets, and the Estes Park downtown. We loved sitting on the porch, cooking in the kitchen, and adventuring in the park. The place has many amenities and was the perfect vacation spot for my spouse and I. Karen and Scott were also great hosts! I would recommend them/this place to anyone (I already recommended this Airbnb to my sister, actually) and hope to stay again!

    Sj2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great location. Great space. Very clean and cozy. We loved the gas fireplace and great mountain views.

    Chris2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • The views were incredible. The house was super cozy and comfortable. The details they put into things, from the fresh flowers to the two wine glasses left out, made the stay extra special. I also love that everything was clearly labeled and there were plenty of extra linens and blankets. Can not wait to return during the summer when we can enjoy the back patio with the fire place. Thank you both for the guidebook with recommendations as well!

    Rachel2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • A cute, cozy getaway place near RMNP. Comfy bed, comfy couch, and romantic fireplace.

    Elizabeth2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    A duplex connected to the Honeymoon Cabin.
    400 sq ft 1 Queen Bed 3/4 Bathroom Fully-Equipped Kitchen Flat Screen TV Cable Tv High Speed Internet Community Hot Tub Access Private Deck Closest Cabin to our Hiking Trail.
  • We really had a great time and the hosts were very open to make our stay what we wanted. They were extremely helpful and gave us suggestions for things to do in the area. Great little property and can't wait to go back and stay with them again!

    Brian2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Def worth it!

    Fnu2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • This is the only way to stay in Estes park. The cabin experience is great! The hike is also a plus. You definitely need snow boots around this first week of March to hike. Otherwise, this place is awesome and cozy.

    John2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Great space with easy access to Rocky Mountain national Park.

    Desmond2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Joan was an amazing host! We absolutely loved the antique cabin house we stayed in for our honeymoon. Definitely recommend Joans place for anyone who loves to explore the nature and love cabin life. We would love to come back.

    Venkata2019-12-24T00:00:00Z
  • Great people and cabin.

    Brent2019-12-20T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful place to stay! The cabins are seriously amazing and have everything you could possibly need. The hot tub is also a major plus! We loved talking with George and meeting Rexie the pinehaven pooch! The place was all decorated for christmas time and put us in the holiday spirit as well! We will definitely stay here again when back in Estes.

    Riley2019-12-14T00:00:00Z
  • Value Deal

    Prasanth2019-11-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    This charming and cozy river-adjacent condo set against a breathtaking rock-face backdrop in the heart of downtown offers easy walking access to shopping, restaurants, gorgeous views, and only a short drive to the park. It is not uncommon for our guests to awake to herds of elk mere feet from the front door! Check out our other similar listing right next-door, Unit #10! You may find other available dates or maybe even a more competitive price! View it at https://airbnb.com/h/estespark-unit-10
    The space features a private bedroom with queen bed, a full kitchen, full bath, living room with a comfy queen foam mattress sleeper sofa, and toasty electric fireplace. Amenities include cable TV, WiFi (mountain internet can sometimes be patchy), and communal exterior gas fire pit. This building has shared patio spaces which include chairs, picnic tables and a gas grill. Take your early morning coffee to the upper deck and soak in the Colorado sunshine and beautiful view. This cozy space is ideal for a couple, a family with smaller children, and is suitable for four adults who don't getting snug. We also have a pack and play available for our younger guests. Check-in is 4pm and Check-out is 10am. Unfortunately we are not able to provide early/late arrival/departure due to the schedule of our other guests and cleaners. A roll of toilet paper and paper towels are provided at the start of your stay but additional consumables are the responsibility of our guests. This unit is on the garden level so be aware that some noise could be heard from the condos above. Due to the central location of this condo, there can be some traffic noise. Most guests do not notice or mind but we like to be up front about it. The appeal of this location is its proximity to shopping and restaurants. Estes Park is a beautiful and popular destination, so at certain times of the year (especially summer), parking can be difficult. Parking in front of the complex can be limited during this time but there are a few options: parking passes are provided to you free of charge to the lot across the street for overnight parking. There is also a free city shuttle system allowing guests to park in the much larger parking structure down the road at the beginning of your stay and shuttle to the unit. There are very rare instances when when we may need to enter the condo for a repair, to restock something for our cleaners, etc. We always do it during the day and always make an attempt to contact our guests beforehand but if we don’t get a reply, we may knock and if no one is there, let ourselves in to do the brief maintenance. If we get reports/complaints of rowdiness, smoking or pets, we reserve the right to check on the property without notice. We strive to give you a 5 star experience, so if there are any issues during your stay, please reach out to us so we can make it right! Town of Estes Registration #6177
  • Highly recommend

    Tyler2020-05-01T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay

    Josh2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • Great condo! Thank you.

    Jaime2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • My partner and I had a great time at Evan’s place. Highly recommend!

    Erica2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • What a lovely condo in Estes Park! It was incredibly clean upon our arrival. We were here mid week in winter, so it was very quiet. The location is great...easy to walk into town and just a short drive to Rocky Mountain National Park. Kitchen worked well for cooking our meals. The bed was very comfortable. WiFi was excellent! Definitely a nice place to stay.

    Sharon2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Evan’s place was clean, cozy, and within walking distance of all the things I wanted to see! Parking was also a cinch. Great spot!

    Karen2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome spot - highly recommend!

    Jeff2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • My husband and I were in town for some rest and relaxation and we certainly found it at Evan’s condo. The space was as expected from the pictures. It was very clean and had nice decor throughout. The bed was beyond comfortable! We did hear the occasional noice from the above unit (not a big deal to us since the possibility of noise was mentioned in description of the listing) and it in no way negatively impacted our stay. The best part about this condo is the downtown location. Evan was helpful with food recommendations and suggestions for hiking around town. A quick drive to the RMNP, this location is perfect! We felt very at home and we certainly would stay here again if we are in the area. Enjoy the space :)

    Katie2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Condominium


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Set adjacent to a creek with views of the mountains, this is a great homebase for adventure in Rocky Mountain National Park or exploring the little town of Estes Park. Ideal setting for two adults, there is a bike path and trails just out the door or a 10 minute drive to the national park. Wildlife are abundant in the neighborhood and the area is serene. Registration #3345.
    700 square foot lower level studio. The space is bright and clean with an updated kitchenette, lighting, and flooring. The furnishings are modern yet cozy.
    The house faces National Forest with spectacular views of the Centennial Hills There are numerous dirt roads for running or walking just out the door.
  • Loved the place

    Sebastian2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • The place is great to stay. Make sure you have all wheel drive if you are driving in snow season.

    Dr. Joyjit2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • A true mountain getaway, we fell in love with the surrounding areas. The place itself was spotless and Alicia was very welcoming.

    Caitlin2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, comfortable, easy to find and close to Estes. Would definitely stay again!

    Pam2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay here! A bit away from the busier parts of Estes Park, sweet location along the creek. Everything was clean and tidy and we loved the simple furnishings. Kitchenette was well stocked with all that we needed, too. Great place to unplug and relax!

    Elizabeth2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay! Only stayed for one night but would have LOVED to stay here longer. Alicia’s will definitely be my first choice booking when I’m in this area again.

    Carley2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • If your looking for a cute, clean place to stay that is just a short drive to town, then this is it. Nice little place.

    Jenna2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, great communication, nice location. Would not hesitate to return

    Timothy2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    This comfortable cabin has lots of room and beautiful views of Longs Peak from the huge picture windows. Mountain views and a bedside fireplace with full kitchen and bath. I know you will love Rose Den!
    Rose Den features a very large 27 X 17 one bedroom studio with separate full kitchen and bath, plush carpeting, a cathedral ceiling and fireplace. Over 900 square feet! It has a new pillowtop king bed and hand made twin log daybed with trundle, pullout couch, TV with DVD player, and a piano. Seating faces a large picture window with a breathtaking view of Long’s Peak. Recently updated with new bedding, linens, kitchenware. The 30 X 6 covered deck on this cabin is perfect for quiet evenings spent watching wildlife or just enjoying the wonderful river sounds and mountain views in the cool mountain air. Baseboard heating. Charcoal grill. 3 miles to RMNP entrance. 3 miles to downtown Estes Park. Hot tub w/ Longs Peak view in amazing setting under the stars, shared by one other cabin. Beautiful views, quiet mountainside setting, no crowds Closest ski resort: Eldora Ski call them for details and pricing Studio with new pillowtop King, Handmade log Twin with trundle Maximum people: 4 1 bathroom cable tv with 60+ channels, wireless internet, DVD player lots of books 4x8 picture window with magnificent view of Longs Peak Kitchen is fully stocked. Linens and towels are provided. Discounts for weekly stays.
  • Quaint, cozy. If you're tall you might bump your head. Hot tub is away from the house which you can't tell from the photos, so the walk was cold. Otherwise, cute stay!

    Lindsey2020-05-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great location and exactly what you’d expect for a cabin in the woods. Hot tub is an amazing amenity.

    Shawn2020-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • Had an amazing experience I would recommend this place to anyone who wants to visit the mountains.

    Dillon2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Large great room with beautiful views from picture windows. Hot tub short walk so still warm when get back to room. Full size kitchen and bathroom. Awesome location. Enjoyed the deer around property in the morning.

    Karen2020-03-03T00:00:00Z
  • Loved the stay! The view exceeded our expectations! Well worth every penny. Felt like a true winter wonderland.

    Julia2020-02-06T00:00:00Z
  • An amazing cabin! The hot tub was a perfect location and it was perfect for my birthday. I truly enjoyed my weekend there!

    Haley2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Overall is an amazing place to stay the picture are accurate except for a few updates (such as the tv) the area is amazingly beautiful and I will be definitely coming back!

    Karen2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • This space is SO cozy and authentic cabin feel. It’s not modern BUT it’s Super clean! The wood burning fireplace is our favorite. The views out the front windows looking out to Longs Peak is spectacular! Watching the sunrise from the comfort of the living room is amazing! The kitchen is large and stocked with everything you need to prepare meals efficiently. The location is awesome! Close to Estes and RMNP. Lots of wildlife in the area to keep you on your toes. We make a stay at the Rose Den an annual must!

    Wanda2019-12-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    WELCOME to your own Private Cabin in the Colorado Rockies! Located across the street from the Mighty Big Thompson River. Just under 400 sq. feet, this Cozy little Cabin has that Genuine Mountain Cabin "Vibe" and character that you have been searching for. Priced less than most Hotels in Estes Park, Wild Bear Cabin is packed with Personality and mountain flair, without feeling like another tourist in the heard.
    Balanced in the perfect location, about 2 miles from town. Trails to Rocky Mountain National Park are just feet away. This Private Little Cabin offers Hiking trails, right outside your front door, Awesome Mountain "feel", wooded Mountain surroundings, the sound of the Rapids on the Big Thompson River across the street, and your own private Hot Tub (NOT SHARED) and fireplace. Experience the true Mountain Spirit of Colorado in Your own Private Cabin, all to yourself with plenty of local Mountain "flare" and Charm. LOCATION is everything!! Walking distance to my FAVORITE Italian restaurant EVER-The Dunraven Inn (just feet away) and the local's favorite Tavern-The Rock you will have plenty to do, all while staying just the perfect distance from the crowded downtown tourist congestion. Privacy, Amenities, Local Mountain Charm, just the perfect Balance. this Cabin offers the true Mountain spirit of the Colorado Rockies!
    The neighborhood is Soooo unique and "Mountain-esque" nestled amongst other cute cabins but in a idyllic location for Hiking and next to the quaint Dunraven Inn Italian Restaurant.
  • Such a beautiful, quiet location. The hot tub was amazing!

    Kendra2020-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place to stay! It has everything you need (board games, grill, HOT TUB, bikes, etc). We had an amazing experience here, will definitely be back!

    Kylie2020-04-28T00:00:00Z
  • Very cute and cozy cabin! Perfect for a weekend getaway. And great location. The fireplace was off, but I called and it was fixed within 30 minutes (maybe sooner) from calling it in. Great service and place. I will be back!

    Emily2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin was a great place to hang out. We loved sitting in the hot tub and the location is great.

    Julie2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay at this little cabin. Had everything we needed and was right next to the park which is great! We loved the activity shed and used the snowshoes and trekking poles on a few hikes. May even consider trying to book the same place in the summer in order to take advantage of the other warm-weather options in the shed

    David2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place!

    Leland2019-12-24T00:00:00Z
  • This cozy cabin was a highlight of our trip! Great view of the mountains!

    Konner2019-12-10T00:00:00Z
  • Really enjoyed my stay

    Rebecca2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    A suite-style cabin among the historic Triple R Cottages, the Prospector's Camp is a rustic and cozy escape with a queen bed and ¾ bath. Amenities include a kitchenette with plates and silverware, gas grill, cable TV and free DVD movie rentals. Explore downtown shopping and dining minutes from your door, watch for wildlife in Rocky Mountain National Park just two miles away, and check out a pair of complimentary snowshoes during winter stays. Free Wi-Fi. Dogs welcome with approval ($15 per dog/per night) but no other pets and no smoking, please. Sleeps two.
    Corporate
  • It was a really cute cabin in a great location!

    Cody2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • Had a great time at the Lazy R cottage #4. Checkin was great, the cabin was cute and clean. Great location and quiet getaway

    Lori2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Nice quiet location and close to many activities. We had a wonderful stay in this cabin!

    Vince2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • This is a fantastic place to say. Definitely recommend.

    Samantha2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Loved the cottage and area, it was clean beautiful and the staff was very friendly.

    Lance2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Cozy, and very well priced! We stayed in January, and the heaters worked superbly in the unit, even to the point we had to turn them down and open some windows and the door to cool down :) It was the off-season also, so there weren't many occupants in the other cabins, making it private and a nice little getaway. I would highly recommend booking a staying here, and we do plan on looking this place up again the next time we come through Estes Park.

    Jeff2020-01-08T00:00:00Z
  • Cozy little cabin just minutes from downtown.

    Gregory2019-12-19T00:00:00Z
  • Adorable 1 room cabin-clean, warm and inviting. It did have a strong smell as though there were a glade air freshener or something that we did not care for, but other than this it was wonderful!

    Emily2019-12-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Pretty Queen Bed in Historic Home with connected bathroom. Our wonderful old home is near Rocky Mountain National park. Within walking distance to downtown Estes Park, many shops, restaurants, galleries, and the beautiful and historic Stanley Hotel. We rent other room in the house which are listed under Eagle Manor. Please be aware that this is an old home and sometimes the floors are creaky. This bedroom is on the second floor.
    Within walking distance to beautiful downtown Estes Park and its myriad of shops, restaurants, galleries, parks, walking trails AND the historic Stanley Hotel! Wildlife in the yard most days, deer, elk, turkeys, coyotes and bobcat. Bring your camera!
  • Our experience was great. Besides some construction getting to the actual home, everything was easy from check in to check out. Sissy, the dog, was also a great sub for my dog I was missing during the trip!

    Devon2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • Becky’s turn of the century home is so lovely and unique- but comfortable and easy- going too. It’s perfectly located to explore RMNP or town. Becky and Jeff gave us great tips on where to eat- we loved Claire’s for breakast and Rock Inn Tavern for dinner. We’re flatlanders and didn’t realize how important microspikes or snow shoes are during late winter hiking- another great tip from Becky and Jeff. We rented them from a local outfitter. We rested well and woke to delicious coffee. Check out Beckys place when you are in Estes Park

    Mary2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Becky and her husband are wonderful hosts. I forgot my kindle and they graciously mailed it to my home.

    J.D.2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great location! Would stay here again

    Harrison2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • Eagle Manor is a beautifully appointed historic building in Estes Park within walking distance of the downtown area. Jeff and Becky were very welcoming hosts. They made every aspect of my stay comfortable and enjoyable. When my travel to the area was delayed due to weather, they reached out to me to make sure they knew when I expected to arrive and to let me know their schedule. They allowed me to shift my reservation to the days I was in town. While I was there they made sure I had everything I needed from coffee in the morning to restaurant recommendations. Thanks for a great stay in Estes!

    Peter2019-11-30T00:00:00Z
  • Such an immaculate and thoughtfully designed home. The dog is so sweet we just loved her 🥰

    Matthew2019-11-11T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place to stay. Friendly dog. Waking up in the morning to Elk outside the window is amazing. Close to many amazing hikes.

    Erdal2019-10-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great historic choice for staying in Estes. Easy to find, close to downtown but beautiful views. Very comfortable bed.

    Valerie2019-10-03T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Reg.#3088. Sparkling clean studio with antler chandelier, vaulted ceiling, small kitchen, covered patio with your own gas grill, mountain views, table and chairs. Cozy interior - queen bed, leather love-seat, and new carpet. Only 3 units - all have private entrances and patios. A 1 acre retreat - centrally located along the Fall River, close to downtown Estes Park and 3 miles to Rocky. Due to C-19 we have implemented a 4 day gap between all reservations, self check-in, enhanced sanitizing.
    Efficient well designed space for 1 or 2 guests. This is not a large unit. It is a cozy (380 sq. ft.) studio suite, with contemporary / western decor. Recent upgrades include new carpet, queen bed, and a saddle leather love seat. The kitchen has a 2 burner stove top (no oven), a microwave, small refrigerator, kitchen sink, coffee maker, toaster, pots/pans, dishes, crock pot, and your own infrared gas grill on the covered patio. The summer patio has flowers, water feature, views and visiting wildlife. The Bunkhouse sits on a rock bluff high above Elkhorn Ave., the main street through downtown. It is less than a mile to town - peak season there is some road noise as cars drive into the park. It is across the street from the Fall river, Old Man Mountain, and you can also hike into the national park. The cozy studio has a vaulted ceiling, antler chandelier over the dining table, flat screen TV, free dependable WiFi, leather dining chairs, large closet & built-in dressers. There is a tiled bathroom with walk-in shower. This is one of three attached vacation units at "The Bunkhouse at Old Man Mountain". It is family owned and operated; we are not a large condo complex. If you require more space .. a living room with larger sofa, recliner, coffee table, please see our 2 other listings on this site, and on the other major vacation rental sites.
    Close to downtown, but still quiet and secluded, homes in the neighborhood are on large lots. Across the street from the Fall River - a wildlife corridor for elk, deer, wild turkey, coyotes, bobcat, and an occasional bear. Only 3 mile from the Fall River entrance to Rocky Mtn. National Park. Walk to restaurants, bakery, and shops. It is less than a mile to downtown Estes Park - a nice walk on the Fall River Trail. A great residential neighborhood, off the main street through town.
  • Perfect Spot, Very Happy with our stay, Place was clean fully stocked and very cozy, looking forward to visiting again!

    Francisco2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful location, thoughtful items incorporated, quick responses, very clean and it was very very thing we needed and more.

    Kathleen2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • Clean place wonderful spot just a perfect getaway. I did accidentally locked myself out of the cabin but was quickly saved by Dana. Highly recommend this cabin

    Lindsey2019-10-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great place! Just out of the way from the “tourist traffic” but walking distance to great shops and restaurants. Highly recommend!

    Anthony2019-10-05T00:00:00Z
  • Cozy and comfortable, with a fantastic location near downtown Estes Park and the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park

    John2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place to rest up between hikes. We loved so many trails, being so close to town and easy accessibility to everything in Estes and Rocky Mountain National! Thank you for a pleasant stay!

    Dawn2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • This place is amazing and has everything you need for a great stay. Close proximity to the park and such a nice benefit to come back and cook your own meal. Kitchen is well stocked for all your needs. Well maintained and definitely would recommend!

    John2019-09-09T00:00:00Z
  • This is a great place to get away for a couple of days. Close to town, sparkling clean, and cozy!

    Jamie2019-09-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Pine-paneled 2- bedroom cabin next to RMNP. Hike from the cabin, or drive a few short minutes to park entrance. Featuring a vaulted ceiling in the living room, with built-in stone gas log fireplace, fully equipped kitchen & private hot tub on deck.
    This private mountain cabin makes a perfect base for your Estes Park vacation. The property borders Rocky Mountain National Park (you can literally walk from the cabin) and is less than 3 miles from downtown Estes Park, with lots of great shopping and restaurants. 40 miles to Eldora Mountain Ski area also! You are far enough from town to enjoy the peace and quiet of the mountains. The animals love it too - we get abundant wildlife passing through year round! And the private hot tub is wonderful on the cool evenings. The cabin has a queen bed in the first room, and a double and twin in the second room. Sleeps 5. Kitchen is fully equipped with dishes and utensils for cooking. Gas fireplace in the living room, deck with hot tub, picnic table, and gas grill outside. Free wi-fi, cable tv with dvd player. All sheets, blankets, towels, dishes, etc provided. Estes Park area was voted the second most desirable vacation spot in the US in 2013!!
  • A great place for a little getaway with amazing views!

    Lindsey2020-05-08T00:00:00Z
  • Really easy check in and out. Cabins were closer together then what was expected but didn’t detract from the place. All in all a great stay and would visit again!

    Meghan2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful place to stay.

    Anthony2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • I highly recommend booking with Valhalla Resort. Each and every staff member cares about their work. They all work extremely hard and it especially shows from the family run business. The gas fired chimney was a big plus. My wife and I loved watching Elk walk past us. It's a perfect resort especially if your from the city and want an extremely quiet place. You won't be disappointed. It was all pure joy!! Beautiful mountains, clean jacuzzi. My wife and I will be smiling for many many days!

    Parminder2020-01-08T00:00:00Z
  • Nice cabin

    Nancy2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • This cabin is a true gem. It has a true retro mountain feel inside but has all the amenities you need. The staff was extremely quick to help with a couple minor issues we had. It is secluded and beautiful. It truly felt like home! Also it’s location is so close to RMNP that you feel like you are in the park. Also the hot tub is amazing on cold winter days!

    Matt2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • Cozy and clean cabin . Would definitely stay again .

    Josh2019-12-16T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin was amazing! The hot tub was absolutely perfect, the size of the cabin was great, and the views were stunning! The main office of the Valhalla Resort provided free check out for games and movies, which made the days we stayed in even better! The cabin was only 5 minutes from town and had hiking trails nearby. We had an excellent view of the mountains, and the private hot tub was a fantastic addition to our little stay! We loved everything about this place and will definitely be returning when we vacation to Colorado again! Highly recommend!!

    Krisdeena2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Bungalow


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Downtown Loft at RiversPointe is in the heart of Estes (#6061). Closely adhering to CDC cleaning guidelines! Walk to restaurants, shopping, nightlife and family-friendly activities! You'll love the Loft’s high ceilings, wood floors, fireplace, 4 Beds (including a King) and river - viewable from the balcony. Windows on three sides provide great natural light! Couples, families and small groups all love this setup!
    This loft is in a prime location, just half a block from Elkhorn, the main street in Estes Park. Sitting on the balcony or having the windows open, you can hear the rush of Fall River that flows right behind the loft. There is a lot of sunshine that comes through the windows on the east and south side. You will be able to watch the deer and elk on the hillside. This loft has a clean, modern feel and is flexible for groups of all sizes. King size bed in a private room with ensuite bathroom that includes a jetted tub. There are two comfy twin sofa sleepers and one queen sofa sleeper. All three have great mattresses! Past guests have been very pleased with the sleeping arrangements. Gas grill on the deck that overlooks the Riverwalk. There's an elevator to the second floor to make it easy to move in and out. Curbside unloading zone in front of the loft.
    Downtown Estes Park only blocks from the Estes lake that is has a 4 mile paved walking trail. Blocks from the Safeway Grocery Store. Enjoy walking to ice cream shops, restaurants, tshirt stores, and many other unique shops. Since you are in a downtown loft there is quite a bit of activity. However, Estes Park tends to quiet down in the evenings around 9:00.
  • The place is in an awesome location, absolutely loved every minute of it. Tonya was very sweet too, and quick to respond. You can tell she cares.

    Penelope2020-04-30T00:00:00Z
  • This loft is amazing in every single way. Located in a perfect spot close to everything you could need and more. The loft is exactly as described and so spacious! Tonya was an amazing host. She is quick to respond and was very accommodating. This was the best airbnb experience I’ve had thus far. Can’t say enough great things! We will be back 😊

    Megan2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • The loft was lovely and exactly as advertised: sparkling clean, stylish and cozy. Anything that we could ask for in terms of amenities was provided and all instructions were very clear. The loft is right in the middle of Estes Park and made walking around to restaurants easy!

    Alexander2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommend! It’s stunning, downtown on the river. It’s meticulous clean & organized, beautifully decorated & the location is unbeatable. We had so much fun we stayed longer & can’t wait to go back. Tonya is a wonderful Hostess:)

    Jessica2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Tonya’s Place was really, really nice. She was very responsive and helpful throughout. Highly recommended!!

    Daniel2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • The place was perfectly located in the heart of the town and walking distance from mostly everything in Estes. The firplace was perfect for the late February cold/snowy days. The place was very clean and had mostly everything you would need for a week long stay. I would definitely stay here again if I came back.

    Anthony2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • The view from the balcony. Astonishing. The appliances, Sparkling clean. Towels, Heated just before check in. The location was fantastic, In the Soul of Estes Park. Highly Recommend.

    Jovany2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • You will enjoy a spacious, well-lit space with the coziness of a fireplace, mountain views and a spa tub. We loved the convenient downtown location, easy access to parking, and the building security. Tonya was very helpful with troubleshooting a last minute tv dilemma for us Saturday night. We got to watch our movie! All is well :).

    Maria2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Loft


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Reg #3261. Our little red cabin was built in the 1950s and has acquired loads of character and charm over the years. Located on a quiet lot in a residential area about 1.5 miles from downtown, Lake Estes, & Fairgrounds Event Complex. With one large bedroom, a full bath, small kitchen, sleeping for 2 additional guests in shared spaces, washer & dryer, Wifi, ROKU, and great wildlife viewing, this rustic cabin is perfect for an Estes Park vacation.
    This cabin was built and then added on to, so the hall is narrow and there is a step down into the main bedroom and a matching step down in the bathroom. If you are uncomfortable with narrow spaces, this may not be the right fit for your vacation -- see pictures of the hall, kitchen, and bathroom. The cabin is not a sleek, modern condo! There is no A/C and no dishwasher. We have a strict no pets policy. The property cannot accommodate large RVs due to the passage through trees on the driveway.
    Although this cabin is only 1.5 miles from downtown Estes Park, and just a few blocks off Hwy 7, it feels like you are out in the woods. This is a quiet residential neighborhood, with lots of trees and wildlife. There is a large elk herd that moves through this neighborhood all year, so in the spring and early summer you may walk out to a yard full of mamma and baby elk, or in the fall, the bugling of bull elk rutting may wake you up in the morning. When the elk aren't around, there are plenty of other wild life and birds to watch. And if you keep the bird bath full of water, it will keep them coming back for a drink. The Fairgrounds Event Center, the Community Center, and the 18-hole Golf Course are less than a mile away. Both entrances to Rocky Mountain National Park are about 15 minute drives, going through town to the Beaver Point entrance or bypassing town to go to the Horseshoe Park entrance. We are south of downtown, so you don’t need to drive through town to get to popular event venues like Mary’s Lake Lodge and Tahara. The Stanley Hotel is about 2 miles away, 5-10 minutes drive depending on if you get the green light or the red light. Boulder and Fort Collins are both about an hour away.
  • Outstanding Hospitality and great communication! They even let us stay a little bit later after check out. Their cabin is located in very beautiful spot in Estes Park and is just 8 minutes from Rocky Mountain National Park! I would recommend their place to anyone and we will definitely be back!

    David2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • Great amenities and a great host. An ideal romantic getaway destination.

    Dirk2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Outstanding hospitality, all the extras you dream of, and a terrific Airbnb!

    LaNeta2020-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • Gorgeous cabin! We really enjoyed the beautiful area and was close to Rocky Mountain National Park. Great communication and accommodating. Will definitely look for this place again when we return to Estes Park.

    James2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay at The Little Red Cabin. With a great kitchen, convenient location and the abundance of nature around, we would recommend in a heart beat

    Luke2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • This cabin was perfect for my birthday! Had everything we needed and more! Beautiful location and beautiful cabin! Would definitely make a trip back up there! Would recommend this cabin to anyone!

    Richard2020-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely loved our stay at The Little Red Cabin. It was quiet and cozy and the loc

    Diane2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic Little Red Cabin tucked amidst pine trees; wildlife abounds, great windows for looking out and for letting sunshine in; comfy bed and all the special touches...Great value for cost; and Cathy is the best host ever!

    LaNeta2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Walk a few hundred yards into the Nat'l Park from my cozy, contemporary space influenced by my Norwegian roots (STR #6185). A full kitchen, queen bed, private bath, and big deck will ensure a great getaway. My house basically abuts the park, so you'll see lots of wildlife as you sip your coffee! + Walk into RMNP & The Rock Inn Tavern + 2 min drive to the Park visitor center + 5 min drive to town A 425 s/f space big on amenities, perfect for your trip! Pets allowed with owner approval.
    NOTE: You must input dates and guest count before the platform calculates an accurate price for your visit. Thanks for checking out the south apartment in my newly remodeled duplex, perfectly situated just footsteps from Rocky Mountain National Park's boundary. You will love its cleanliness and modern, cozy vibe inspired by my Norwegian roots. It's well appointed with new flooring, new paint, new living room sofa, new bed, and more, and the brand new fully equipped kitchen will allow you to feel at home during your Estes Park vacation. Note that winter tires, chains or 4WD/AWD are highly recommended in Estes Park from October to May. If you arrive in an inadequate vehicle during a winter storm and can't make it the last few hundred feet to the home, you'll need to ferry your stuff by hand and then park in our other home two blocks away and walk back. This sort of weather happens a few times a year. People who have stayed here before have raved: "We loved the privacy and beautiful night skies. Saw tons of elk at the house." "Very close to downtown and restaurants but also secluded." "Absolutely lovely and clean residence!" "Perfect spot for exploring the park. The home was lovely and made great use of space!" I spent nearly three months during the winter of 2019 working to create a quiet and relaxing sanctuary for your mountain retreat. Improvements include: + Fresh paint throughout + Comfy modern couch + New flooring throughout + A brand new queen mattress for a great rest. + Super fast WiFi with no dead zones My favorite feature is the great views off the front porch. It's surrounded by mountains and you can walk into the National Park right from the front door. It's only a few hundred yards away! ***** FOUR IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES ***** This is a duplex, and both sides are short term rentals. The only shared space, however, is the driveway. The wall separating the units is sound insulated, but please be respectful and don't make a ton of noise. This 1940s cabin has been itching for a facelift for many years. While the inside is completely brand new (with the exception of the tub and stove), I plan to totally repaint the exterior soon, when weather allows. There are other rental units nearby in my historic cabin neighborhood. If you are looking for complete seclusion and and isolation in the woods, this isn't your best bet. Last, check in is 4PM and check out is 10AM. I cannot accommodate early check ins and late check outs due to my cleaners' schedule. It's a super tiny mountain town and the cleaners are slammed and there just aren't other people to clean. I'm sorry about that! BEDROOMS My home offers 1 bedroom, plus sleeping for two more on a living room sofa bed. Bedroom 1 - A comfortable memory-foam mattress will ensure a good night sleep after a long day of hiking. Attached is a closet for your gear. There are cool bohemian curtains on bedroom door and on one window, while the eastern windows feature blackout shades to ensure a sound night's rest. If you like to wake up with the sunrise, you can leave them up and watch the room light up in the mornings. Bedroom 2 - Not really a bedroom, but the living couch turns into a full size bed that can comfortable accommodate two. A spare set of sheets and blankets is in the chaise part of the couch, which flips up. LIVING & ENTERTAINMENT Living Room - There's a spacious dining room table and a comfy couch to lounge in while you stream your favorite Netflix series on the speedy WiFi. WiFi - My home employs a mesh WiFi network with no dead zones. A strong 100Mbps connection will allow you to stream and work without any issues. LAUNDRY & COOKING Kitchen - The kitchen has everything you need to cook: a full stove and oven, fridge and freezer, and assortment of pots and pans. There are knives, cutting boards, wine glasses, coffee mugs, and a french press so you can get your caffeine fix before you enjoy the park. Laundry - My tiny space features a full size washer and dryer that you are free to use.
    The Valhalla neighborhood is a small collection of about 30 small historic homes and vacation cabins. There are other buildings nearby so if you are looking for total isolation, another home may be better for you. That said, the location is awesome. You can hike out your door and straight into the National Park. The top of Eagle Cliff Mountain, which my home sites on the side of, has one of the best views in all of Estes Park. Standing atop it afford an unobstructed view of Beaver Meadows and all the high peaks along the Continental Divide. There's an unofficial trailhead about 3 minutes from the door. My home is on the west side of Estes Park, so you don't have to brave downtown traffic to get into the National Park. Driving into the center of town is a short 7 minute journey, and the closest grocery store is 5 minutes away.
  • The host was great and responsive, and such a great location too!

    Keith2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome space exactly as advertised! Very clean and very close to RMNP

    Ben2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Great location for viewing a mountain sunrise! The place was clean and had everything we needed.

    Sophie2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Rannveig's cabin is wonderful...clean and cute and had everything you needed (shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, and cooking utensils). A super comfortable bed! Great location nestled in the mountains with beautiful views!

    Christine2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Would love to stay again!!

    Sarah2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Cute and comfortable place!

    Abbey2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Such a cute place! Had an amazing stay. Will probably stay again in the future!

    Martha2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Very comfortable little place. It had everything we needed. The views were really beautiful. Everything felt nice and private. A great way to spend a nice relaxing little get away. Loved that it was so close to Rocky Mountain and didn’t feel right on top of other properties like some places feel. I didn’t read the entire description thoroughly and we DID need either snow tires or awd. That was my fault but important to know. Thanks for a great stay.

    Brooke2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Beautiful cabin with mountain views. This classic 1921 Estes Park cabin captures the essence of mountain life and was lovingly renovated. The perfect location for your romantic getaway or a quiet mountain retreat. (Permit # 3119) Let life slow down and your stress melt away. Situated just above downtown Estes Park. Wake up in the open studio on a queen size aspen log bed and see Longs Peak bathed in an alpine glow. Wildlife making their daily trek through the cabin's property will amaze you.
    The cabin is located 1/4 mile north of downtown Estes Park and off of the main street on a gravel driveway. So it is quiet and peaceful but only a short walk to downtown for shopping and restaurants. The kitchen is well-equipped for meal prep. The private patio is great for eating, relaxing, and viewing the abundant wildlife. Enjoy BBQ on the gas grill. The cabin has high speed internet so you can research and plan all of the activities that are available in the area. Spectacular Location - Easy access to hiking, fishing, horseback riding, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Village, shops, the Stanley Hotel, and more!
    Spectacular Location - Easy access to hiking, fishing, horseback riding, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Village, shops, the Stanley Hotel, and more! The house is off of the main road, nestled among pine trees in one of the original Estes Park neighborhoods that is surprisingly quiet and peaceful. Yet, it is just a short 5-10 minute walk to downtown Estes Park. Hike and enjoy the outdoors at Rocky Mountain National Park. The Fall River entrance is 4 miles away. Explore and enjoy the crystal clear mountain lakes, streams and waterfalls. Gaze upon herds of majestic elk, moose, deer and Rocky Mountain sheep, foxes, wolves and bears. Then enjoy all that Estes Park Village has to offer. Downtown is a short 1/3 mile walk away. Relax in one of the many parks or at one of the outdoor cafes and walk along the picturesque river walk in town. Browse in the countless shops and art galleries in downtown Estes Park. Enjoy the many restaurants serving something for everyone's taste, from hamburgers to Sushi, desserts and more. Estes Park and the surrounding area offers so much. Our beautiful area is truly an outstanding experience that will give rise to wonderful memories for you. It just doesn't get any better than this! Visit the historic Stanley Hotel, the inspiration for Stephen King’s The Shining, and embark on one of the nightly ghost tours - just a mile from the cabin. The grocery store is also only less than a mile away.
  • Bit tricky to find in the dark. Otherwise awesome. Great location. Quiet and clean.

    Joel2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay!

    Rick2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect trip. From the clean and cozy interior, fireplace, kitchen, & the EXTREMELY comfortable bed, this cabin exceeded every expectation. Randi left some hiking snacks & wine. The location next to the Rockies is perfect, and I was able to walk downtown for dinner, interacting with elk and deer the whole way. I just loved my time, and I can't wait to come back.

    Emily2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Randi's place is a dream. Great location and great amenities. Perfect place for a remote cabin feel that is close to civilization.

    Jacqueline2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • My boyfriend and I had the opportunity to take advantage of a work trip of mine and make it a long weekend (never long enough!). We traveled from Denver to Estes, and had Randi's Dancing Bear Cabin as our home base for a few days in town/exploring the park (or what we could have in the snow). We would definitely stay here again, it was a great location and really appreciated the thoughtful snacks and bottled water that greeted us. It was the perfect snug little cabin that I was envisioning it would be based on the pictures, and it was sad to leave it behind. But like I said, we will be back!

    Maddie2020-01-25T00:00:00Z
  • Randi’s Dancing Bear Cabin was the perfect getaway in Estes. We have stayed at numerous places throughout Estes Park and this cabin had them all beat. The location can not be beat, and the cabin felt like home. Additionally, Randi made it extremely easy to check in/out and offered great hospitality during our stay. We will definitely be back.

    Nick2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Outstanding cabin! Wonderful 1921 construction with everything updated - so very comfortable in a quaint and historic setting. Thank you!

    Matt2020-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • Loved our stay in Estes at this vintage cabin that has been beautifully remodeled. Fantastic location that is only a 5 minute walk to downtown yet has deer grazing in the front yard. After a full day of exploring RMNP and then shopping in town, we spent a cozy evening snuggling by the fire and watching a movie. Amazing location, rustic charm with modern conveniences and outstanding hospitality- we will be back!

    Paul D.2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    Our guest space provides a comfortable retreat to enjoy the beauty and seclusion of the Rocky Mountains. A short drive to all there is to see in wonderful Estes Park, while providing a cozy place to rest away from the hustle & bustle of downtown.
    Our updated (2016) walk-out basement features a private entrance, plenty of natural light, high ceilings, and comfortable amenities. There is a king size bed with luxury linens, a regular sofa and a queen size sleeper sofa. There is a kitchenette with microwave, toaster oven, full size refrigerator, coffee maker, and plenty of the essentials! Unfortunately, per town regulations, we are unable to offer a full size stove/oven. We also have a full size washer and dryer. The entire space is approximately 950 square feet, so there is plenty of room to spread out! The guest house is in an established neighborhood of quiet streets, great views, and large lots, providing plenty of privacy and tons of wild life! A view of Longs Peak and Twin Sisters can be seen from the property. PLEASE NOTE- this is the lower level of our home. Some noise can be expected, but we try our best to minimize any disturbance to ensure a peaceful and relaxing space for you during your stay. Being a mountain town and rural neighborhood our roads and driveway are not flat, as you will find throughout the area--Just a note for anyone with mobility issues.
    We are perfectly located close to downtown (7 mins), Longs Peak trail head (10 mins), and Rocky Mountain National Park entrance (10 mins), but have the added bonus of being able to easily get around without having to navigate through the busy downtown area during the summer. This provides easy access to all the wonders of the area without the headache of traffic! The neighborhood is great for morning or evening walks and the fish creek trail (a long paved/dirt mixed trail) is easily accessed.
  • A very lovely space with comfortable bed and couches and plenty of room!

    Ixchel2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Very clean and cozy with plenty of space. Don't worry about any noise coming from upstairs as it was very quiet the whole time. The bed was super comfortable and their book collection was fantastic. Really wouldn't have changed a thing.

    Brett2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • Not directly in town but only minutes away, this is a great space for those looking for privacy and room to spread out. Loved that we had our own entrance and how sparkling clean it all was! Especially loved the hot shower and the removable shower head was great for our toddler. The children's toys and pack and play were a life saver. Our first day, we opened the door to an enormous herd of elk crossing the street... magical! It is of note that the bedroom/bathroom are separated from the kitchen and living area by the stairwell to the main home.

    Jessica2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • Easily our favourite Airbnb stay ever. A+C’s place is gorgeous, comfortable, huge, clean and in a beautiful location. Loved the thoughtful touches of the puzzles, books, coffee & hot cocoa sachets. Speedy communication and easy check in. Wish we stayed longer.

    Jasmine2019-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • This place was spotless, cozy, and the location was great. Cannot even think about anything to complain about. Would definitely recommend.

    Josh2019-10-17T00:00:00Z
  • A great place to rest up at after hiking at Rocky Mountain National Park. A very clean place, with tons of room to spread out in.

    Jared2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Great home! We opened the front door in the morning to a mother deer and her fawn! Hosts were super helpful and kind! Would stay here again in a heartbeat!!

    Christina2019-09-17T00:00:00Z
  • This place was great. Everything was super clean, check-in was a breeze, and the location was a convenient distance from everything we wanted to do in Estes and Rocky Mountain National Park. Would definitely recommend. Cristina and Andy also gave us super helpful tips about the area, which help everything go smoothly.

    Melissa2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    The resort requires a valid ID and credit card for check in. There is a $100 refundable deposit due at the resort when checking in. Please provide the full name you would like to use for the reservation when booking.
    Studio Hotel: Queen bed in living area. Maximum occupancy 2 (CHILDREN AND INFANTS COUNT TOWARDS THE MAXIMUM). Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer · Air Conditioning
  • Loved this place! So close to the town, park, everything! The only thing I'll note is that you had to pay for WiFi at the hotel, but it's $4.95 a day, so super cheap. But as a business owner on a business trip it was a surprise. BUT, you can go into the lodge and use free WiFi there. So it probably wouldn't be an issue for most people (especially those on vacation. :) ) Overall, HIGHLY recommend. And I'd stay again!

    Evelyn2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome location, only a few minutes drive to Rocky Mountain National Park and a few minutes drive to downtown Estes Park with plenty of cool little shops and restaurants. Beautiful surroundings and very nice and comfortable unit. Highly recommend!

    Matthew2017-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Freddy's location is great and the room is well appointed. We found the place to be very clean and the amenities to be better than expected. We would gladly stay there again next time we visit Estes.

    Wade2017-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome place for the price!! Really close to Estes, would definitely recommend and come back!

    Rafael2017-08-16T00:00:00Z
  • We enjoyed our stay in this great condo, it is in a great location. We also loved being able to hear the river from our room. Freddy was very easy to communicate with. Overall a great experience.

    Vanessa2017-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • Nice property. Organized, updated and very clean. Super comfortable bed. Friendly people.

    Bill2017-07-16T00:00:00Z
  • Stayed at Freddy's for just one night. No last-minute surprises, everything was as described. Smooth check-in, and clean and tidy apartment. Had trouble connecting to wifi, however.

    Sankalp2017-04-16T00:00:00Z
  • We had a good time in Estes Park the condo was so easy to access & had good amenities. Thanks Freddy! We enjoyed our stay!

    Sue2017-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Serviced apartment


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Estes Park, CO, United States

    This cabin is part of Brynwood on the River which is ~1 mile from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, and ~1 mile from down town Estes Park. This cabin is a studio arrangement with 1 king bed, full kitchen, wood burning fireplace, dining table & love seat. It has a screened in front porch and fronts the outdoor pool and hot tub. It is also a short walk to the Big Thompson River. Perfect for a couples get-away!
  • Cabin was nice and the view of the mountains is amazing from this place.

    Imani2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • Stayed here for 5 days and we enjoyed every single bit of it. The mountain view from the property was better than expected. Check-in was a breeze and our host even gave us recommendations on sights to see and local restaurants to visit during our stay. We very much appreciated the privacy we had during our stay as well. There’s a river a little walks away behind the property with another stunning view of the mountains. RMNP was only a 20 minute drive away and downtown was about 10 minutes away with a lot of locally owned shops and restaurants. Will definitely book again next time we visit Colorado!

    Jacqueline2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay!

    Sabrina2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • This was a great value for the location and price. Highly recommend

    Ryan2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • A great little cabin in a good location! We loved having the fireplace in the room and it did an awesome job of keeping the whole cabin warm. Just wish the hot tub would have stayed open a little later. Would love to stay here again!

    Lori2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Really great place. Hot tub was amazing, fireplace in the room, and we could rent movies to watch on TVs in the cabin. Great amenities for a cabin

    Steven2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect getaway spot for a couple. Close to RMNP and downtown Estes Park. The fireplace was especially lovely after a day spent in the snow!

    Kim2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • Quiet and private even though on a busy road

    Keith2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Estes Park, CO, United States

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