Efficient, well-equipped kitchenette. Tea kettle, wine glasses, cookware & utensils, etc. Gather round for a rustic outdoor dining experience.


Logement entier

2 voyageurs

1 chambre

1 lit

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À propos de ce logement

Enjoy a private wooded get-away for two with wood burning stove, indoor dining/cooking area with Coleman 2-burner propane stove, sleeping loft, outdoor fire pit w/seating area & charcoal grill. A move up from tent camping - bring your food & H2O.

Le logement

Just like camping - only better! No tent to set up. Get away from it all in this quaint little one-room cabin (8' x 10') nestled in the woods on 8.5 acres just outside the Indian Peaks Wilderness and Brainard Lake Recreation Area in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Only a short scenic drive from Boulder, this tiny house sits at approximately 9,500 feet elevation and is a perfect base camp for a weekend of snowshoeing and skiing (winter months) or hiking/biking (summer months). It is located off of Brainard Lake Road. For winter access you will need 4-wheel drive. During the winter, parking is at the main cabin and guests need to snow shoe or ski in the remaining 100 yards. Of course, winter hiking (also known as "post-holing") is also an option. You will need to backpack or sled your gear/supplies into this little cabin. We have two sleds rigged up for you to use.
Play all day in Indian Peaks Wilderness, Brainard Lake Recreation Area, Estes Park, Rocky Mountain National Park or any of the dozens of nearby attractions and then retire to this peaceful little haven where you will enjoy the wood burning stove's warmth and a pot of tea or glass of wine as you relax, journal, read, write, paint or just daydream.

In the warmer months enjoy the intimate outdoor “living area” including cushioned Adirondack chairs encircling an outdoor fire pit. Cook out on the grill and enjoy an outdoor meal at the huge rustic table.

This knotty-pine interior cabin is heated by a wood-burning stove only -- but it gets REALLY warm! It has a small cooking area with Coleman 2-burner propane stove and a well-equipped galley. There are pots, pans, a tea kettle, cooking utensils, cups, bowls, plates, silverware, knives, wineglasses, bottle & can & wine openers. There are paper towels, dish cloths, and cleaning supplies. We have complimentary tea and hot chocolate. A small convertible dining table can be raised to provide more floor space for cots (we have two cots available with bedding, or bring your own) or an air mattress to accommodate children and/or pets. This sleeping arrangement is in addition to the sleeping loft. Climb the ladder to the sleeping loft furnished with a full mattress (sleeps two) covered with blankets, comforters and lots of pillows.

A convenient and clean outhouse is available a short distance from the little cabin.

Accès des voyageurs

The cabin is located in the woods not far from our main larger cabin (about 100 yards) in a private setting.

Échanges avec les voyageurs

My husband and I are generally available via our cell phones. If we will not be available, we will advise our guests in advance.

If guests would enjoy learning more about the cabin, the surrounding property, the local history, dining, shopping, sight seeing and recreational activities, etc. we can arrange, in advance and mutually agreed-upon, to meet at either your check-in or another time during your stay.

Autres remarques

Please do not rely on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Maps for directions. Our cabin is in the forest off of a dirt road and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Maps does not recognize the road. I recommend MapQuest and will send you a link to your email and to your cell phone.

There is no power, no water, and no indoor plumbing. This tiny house is heated by wood-burning stove only with battery powered lanterns for lighting. Bring headlamps, flashlights, and lanterns if you want extra lighting. Be prepared for potentially wildly changing weather extremes. Wear or bring appropriate footwear for the season and dress in layers.


Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 2
Salles de bain : 0.5
Type de lit : Vrai lit
Chambres : 1
Lits : 1
Arrivée : À partir de 15:00
Départ : 12:00
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Caution : 184€
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Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 15:00

Children and pets are welcome.

DOGS
One dog is permitted during your stay. Pitbull Terrier breeds, Pitbull mixed breeds and Rottweilers are NOT allowed. Dogs must be under control and supervised AT ALL TIMES. Do not let your dog run free. DO NOT LEAVE your dog alone, unattended in the cabin. Dogs at our cabin and surrounding property must be under their owner's control or physically confined. This is due to the abundant wildlife in the area including moose, deer, elk, bear, mountain lion and many other small game animals. It is illegal for dogs to harass any wildlife in the state of Colorado, the fines start at $274 and go up from there. We want our guests to have the experience of seeing these wild animals up close and if dogs are running around loose they will miss that opportunity.

FIRE PIT
Fires are allowed in the rock fire pit when there is no Boulder County fire ban. DO NOT LEAVE A FIRE in the fire pit or hot ashes unattended at ANY time. When you are done burning a fire in the fire pit please use the water in the 5-gallon blue water jug that we have supplied. Use all five gallons to extinguish the fire. In addition, if it is winter please shovel a large amount of snow onto the fire.

OUTDOOR GRILLING
DO NOT leave a burning grill unattended. Please douse the entire grill (inside and out) and coals with water until completely cool when done cooking.

NO SMOKING INDOORS OF ANY KIND
No smoking in the cabin of any kind. Any smoking should be done outdoors with proper safe disposal of hot ashes/matches or any other burned material. DO NOT throw cigarette butts and/or matches in the snow or on the ground.

WOOD CUTTING
Please DO NOT cut any wood. There is a supply of wood for the wood-burning stove in the wood shed near the little cabin.


Annulations

Flexibles

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.


Dispositif de sécurité
Kit de premiers secours
Fiche de sécurité
Extincteur

Disponibilité
Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

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Profil utilisateur de William
juin 2017
Can't say enough about our experience. The location was remote and exactly what we were looking for. Talk about a view of the stars! The cabin was clean, tidy, and very cozy. We would definitely stay there again!

Cute cabin, perfect for a peaceful couples' getaway. Tucked in the forest about 9,500 ft. in the Rockies with lots of wildlife. Although the cabin doesn't have electricity or plumbing, Jo and Lindsey have gone above and beyond to ensure that it is comfortable. They've stocked it with plenty of lanterns, dishes, Coleman stove, grill, and an adorable outdoor seating configuration for just hanging out or socializing. The outhouse is clean and well-kept. We were bummed to only be able to book it for one night. It's a popular place to stay for a reason! We will definitely be back.

Profil utilisateur de Naderay
juin 2017
Perfect place to get away from all the city noise. I loved it ❤

Profil utilisateur de Joshua
juin 2017
Absolutely perfect! Just a teeny tiny cabin as close as you can get to Brainard Area. Petit and perfect, everything we needed and nothing we didn't. Hosts were SO hospitable and kind! Seriously can't wait to come back. A true rustic cabin in the woods, where you are without service, wifi, electricity, or running water, but wonderfully full of the things that do fill your heart.

Profil utilisateur de Mary
juin 2017
Jo was great! Her instructions were clear, which was great as we were unfamiliar to the area. She's very bubbly and friendly. The cabin was clean and cozy. It was definitely an experience to be totally in nature, with no electricity or running water. She had so many essentials in the cabin available for use as well. We had a great time!

Profil utilisateur de Kathleen
juin 2017
This place is awesome... quiet, private, natural... away from everything... a truly sweet setting. Everything you need for an in-the -woods camping experience, everything is furnished. We saw a moose a couple of times, at the pond. The frogs sang as we napped in the hammock - not a care in the world, awesomely relaxing. Stars at night were so brilliant... we really didn't want to leave!

Profil utilisateur de Brandon
juin 2017
Our stay was everything we were hoping for and more. We truly had an amazing experience in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. We were expecting a more rugged experience, but our hosts were more than accommodating in every aspect, and the amount of love they put into every detail was astonishing. There couldn't have been a better way for us to enjoy our adventure in the mountains.

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Superior, Colorado, États-Unis · Membre depuis juin 2015
Profil utilisateur de JoleenJoleen est un Superhost.

I am a semi-native Coloradan – having migrated over 30 years ago from Iowa. I enjoy hiking, backpacking, fishing, lake kayaking, camping and cross country skiing. I spend a lot of time at my mountain house relaxing and enjoying the great outdoors. It serves as a really good "base camp" with close proximity to various attractions and recreational activities. I am NEVER bored. I create hand-made rustic home accents, furnishings and fixtures from local forest materials gathered on hikes. I also love to entertain friends and family, read, watch movies, visit various museums, learn about history, travel, nutrition, religion, and self-development.

Two of my favorite quotes are: "Chance favors the prepared mind" and "Persistence is omnipotent".

My husband, Lindsey, and I really enjoy meeting and visiting with new acquaintances locally, when we host and when we travel. We are both really friendly and talkative and love to help others feel welcomed and comfortable when we are hosting. As travelers, we love to engage with locals and really learn the ins and outs of a place, exploring those places "off the beaten path". Likewise, we love to share our knowledge of our neck of the woods and to serve as a great resource to visitors.

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