We spent two nights here in a cabin with two bedrooms. It's really close to the entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park and you pay for that but it was in line with other places and far from the most expensive. The cabins but decorated in a slightly retro style but clean and comfortable. The owners were lovely and very obliging. The cabin was a bit close to the main road but it didn't matter much and we went to leap to the sound of the river outside our window. The kids roasted marshmallows on the bbqs made available to tall guests. We didn't try the hot tub but it looked ok. I wouldn't call it a must but we'd certainly be happy to stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Self-service cabins located near both Rocky Mountain Park and Estes Park. ... more less