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Bedrooms 3
Property type house
Minimum Stay 3 - 7 nights


Minimum Stay
3 - 7 nights

About the property

Mt Vws bus line acre yd 2 decks firepit wood fireplace hottubs&pool wifi garage

An eclectic mix of modern luxury conveniences in this tri-level home with pine flooring in the Great Room, vaulted ceilings, granite tiling, two wood fireplaces, a renovated kitchen with granite countertops, Viking, GE profile stainless steel appliances; and Calphalon pots & pans. Also in the kitchen, as a coffee addict, I have a top-of-the-line coffee grinder, coffee press and coffee maker, and for tea lovers, an electric kettle, tea pot and tea ball.

There are three renovated bathrooms, two huge decks--view Byers Peak and the sunsets (depending on the time of year) from the western front deck and enjoy your coffee in your pjs among hundreds of pines on the back deck. There are 3 bedrooms downstairs with a 3/4 bath in the master and a full bath next to the bunk bedroom. There is a new double/full-sized bed in the bunk bedroom, along with a full sized futon mattress that folds into a couch and a top twin mattress that comprise the bunk beds. We installed plush new carpeting throughout the downstairs at the end of November 2016.

The oversized 2 car heated garage will keep the fluffy powder off your car and warm your boots so you are ready to hit the slopes.

The Winter Park Ski Bus purple line passes right by the house so flag it down. That way, part of your party can come home when they want and get that fire going or finish the book they started on their last vacation.

We have free high speed wireless internet, and a satellite dish for our large flat screen TV in the Great Room and 2 TV's in the bedrooms. We understand that sometimes you have to get a little work done on vacation (we know!), so there is a desk in the Great Room, along with a printer, and scanner.. It's easy to add the printer to your laptop if needed and get busy for those days you absolutely have to get work done.

On off-ski days or for those who do not ski, the kitchen has the gourmet 'triangle' that is the chef's perfect layout. We have a crockpot, convection oven, deep fryer, blender, food processor, professional knives, professional quality cookware, turkey roaster, and whatever you may need to cook a great meal.

Or, if couch potato fits your mood, get the real wood fire stoked and just lie on the sofa with a good book and stare at the mountains now and then--an excellent way to pass the day. Did you ever notice that you cannot hear the pop and crackle of a real fire from a gas fireplace? A real fire cannot be beat. I leave fire starters for you to make starting a fire as easy as possible.

After a hard day on the slopes or hiking trails, walk 1/2 block (300 steps) to the Meadowridge Club House using the passes (they say they cost money but I've already paid) and soak outdoors in the hot tubs or go for a swim while admiring the amazing mountain views and watch the stars come out. During the summer, the outdoor heated pool helps the kids burn off steam. There's a gym and sauna, along with tennis and basketball courts.

There is a game trail out back so watch for moose, elk and deer. Several fox live nearby, too.

In the summer, there is a fire pit out back to make s'mores and sit around and tell stories. There is also a gas grill that we keep full for your use.

I hope you love the newly-decorated home that I tried to keep rustic-looking. The antique-style light fixtures and furniture arrangement welcome everyone to do their own thing in the Great Room. There is a conversation area for games and reading, a large sofa for watching TV and the fire, and a dining room with a table that comfortably seats 8, along with four leather bar stools at the granite-tiled countertop.

For our guests who stay for the holidays, you will find everything you need for service for 12 and to cook for large groups.

I enjoy top of the line linens and towels and I want you to enjoy them, too. All are 100% cotton with high thread counts. I provide all natural soap and shampoo products from Natural Grocers. I would like you to come on in after your travels and relax, not run to the store so you will find essentials waiting for you. Come on in and get warm by the fire!

This is our home, not a workhorse rental as are other houses on VRBO and it shows the minute you step inside to this quiet getaway.

You can always call me for questions! 303.345.8760. Texting works, too. I hope to hear from you. All the best. Erin

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Erin Toll Glover
Member since: 2014
Speaks English, Spanish
Response time:
Within 12 hours
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Calendar last updated:
18 January, 2017

About Erin Toll Glover

My husband and I are both avid cyclists. I was a competitive mountain biker for ten years. For both of us, cycling relieved the stress of being city lawyers. He is a partner at a large firm. I ran a large state agency. Our two older sons were in college when we bought this home and our now 7th grader loves to come up and go down the sledding hill. Up until last year, I was a crazy snowboarder, Mary Jane in the trees only, with no friends on powder days. My husband is a backcountry skier, preferring the same trails we bike on to enjoy the quiet and beauty of the forest.

Our son inherited our tall genes, especially my husband's and is nearly 6' tall at 12 years old with a size 13 shoe. He is now a basketball player on an elite team. This is our third year renting--we don't want to miss his games, that are in the winter, hence our reason for renting. I was surprised at how popular our home has been. It's been difficult because we love it so much. We hope you will feel at home and treat it as your own home.

Erin Toll Glover purchased this house in 2007

Why Erin Toll Glover chose Winter Park Area

We purchased this property because it is close to the best mountain bike trails in Colorado, and because it is only a 10 minute drive to the slopes on powder days. We also LOVE the great room and the way the afternoon sun heats up the entire upstairs, even when it is only 10 degrees outside!

One of the best features is the way the kitchen, dining room, family room and play area all 'spill' into each other. Everyone can be doing their own thing yet all be together. The cook can see the TV and hear the conversations while the kids play games.

We've hosted numerous parties here. The huge dining room and the bar area provide easy seating for 12. Add the decks and 25 people are very comfortable in our sunny home. Other homes are newer, and fancier, but we have not seen others with the rustic charm and comfort, along with a nearly flat 3/4 acres yard, 2 car heated garage, and views that our Spruce House has. Our back yard actually appears to be 6 acres because there are no fences. For some reason, our Denver friends who have newer fancier homes here always want to come to our house for dinner parties! That says a lot about the spaciousness and ease of movement in the kitchen and Great Room of our home.

What makes this house unique

This home has awesome views of Byer's Peak and two Wilderness areas from the whole upstairs. There is nothing as good as sitting on the sofa by the wood burning fire with a book and looking out at the mountains. We are centrally located--just 2 miles from town and 3 from the slopes, and we're on the bus line. As an added bonus, for those who enjoy wildlife viewing, just sit at the kitchen table in your pj's with your coffee and watch for the moose, deer and foxes. Do not leave trash out or you may be surprised by a bear! All of the wildlife photographs in the home are from our property. Our home feels like it is in the forest but it is close to the slopes, sledding hill, and restaurants, including the fabulous Devil's Thumb Ranch. We are in the middle of everything! We get to enjoy the wildlife the in-towners miss, but are only a short drive or bus ride to town. Of all of our friends' homes we have visited up here, we are the only ones with a Great Room that allows about 20 people to be comfortably seated while a couple of people cook and participate in the conversations. The newer homes miss out on the smell of a piñon pine fire burning in the fireplace since they are usually gas. The two huge decks facing east and west easily add another 750 square feet to the house. Even in the winter, especially in March, you can get a suntan on the front deck in the afternoon while lounging in the zero gravity lounge chairs. We have a fire pit out back with wood stumps for chairs for sitting around and making 'smores in the Spring, Summer and Fall. Nothing beats the hammock for a relaxing nap in the Spring and Summer while the pines sway overhead. The home is centrally located for hiking trips to the 5 surrounding wilderness areas, Grand Lake, Estes Park and of course, the ski resort.

Guestbook comments from the owner

This cozy house was stocked with firewood, has great views, had everything we needed to cook for four, including a coffee press and grinder, and had lots of space to sprawl out and read books and play board games. The bedrooms, although small, except for the master, had comfortable beds, cotton sheets and down comforters in nicely decorated quarters. The bathrooms had natural shampoos, conditioners, soaps and lotions. We really didn't have to bring anything with us!
Dec 2016
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Excellent! 4.7/5 -
(16 traveller reviews)

average rating of 4.6875 based on 17 reviews

Be Aware

  • 2 of 5

If you are considering renting this property you need to be prepared for a narcissistic owner. My wife and I and her parents stayed here for a 10 night stay. The home is an older tri-level home with some updating that has been done. Overall, the house was not that clean. The king comforter was dirty and smelled so bad it couldn't be used. The oven was very dirty and pots and pans in the cabinet had not been cleaned. I will say the property has great views. All went well with the booking process and the owner accommodated our arriving a few hours early on the day of check-in and a couple hours later on the day of check-out.

When we checked-in I noticed stains on the bedroom carpet which were obvious due to the light color of the carpet. I immediately emailed the owner who replied "there should not be any stains at all. It was spotless when I left." Later that day the owner responded that she had talked to her cleaner who had spilled coffee, but thought she had gotten it all cleaned up. The second day of our stay the owner emailed me to say she received a message that we bought a movie through the TV service and that she doesn't pay for movies and it would be deducted from our security deposit. However, we didn't purchase a movie. I advised the owner that I needed to see a statement with the date and time the movie was purchased. She responded "It's a complicated, intentional process, so it had to the people before us. Do not worry about it."

Obviously the owner is concerned about pet hair based on her posted info. Our dog is 13 years old with bad hips and cannot jump on furniture; however, the last thing we did before leaving the house was to take a pet hair roller and clean any hair off the furniture that got transferred from our dog to us to the furniture. Imagine my surprise when I get an email stating "Unfortunately, when my cleaner went up to the house she was overwhelmed with the amount of dog hair on the sofa and in the house in general. There was also what appeared to be a pee stain next to the master bedroom door, not where the other stains were that were related to her spilling coffee." This from a cleaner who couldn't clean up her own mess. I informed the owner that we took pictures prior to leaving and received this reply "I am sorry for the confusion. One of the difficulties with not living near my mountain home is I have to rely on other people for an assessment of its condition. I will send your full refund.

  • Review Submitted: Nov 18, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Oct 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Unfortunately, you suddenly had several silly issues once I asked you to pay for your dog's mess. You also failed to inform me you even had a dog when you originally signed up on VRBO thereby avoiding the $75 pet fee. You even admit you had to roll pet hairs off my sofa with a roller, my pet hair roller. The pet hairs were stuck into the microfiber of the sofa because as you admitted to me, your dog liked to rub up against the sofa. When I pointed out your rolling job did not get the job done, you bashed my cleaner and called her a liar (you apparently are into name calling) and flat out refused to pay for the extra cleaning that is clearly spelled out on the VRBO site as required for excess hair. It is apparent no good deed goes unpunished. Not only did your dog stay for free, but I let you check in 4 hours early and depart about 3 hours late giving you 7 free hours. The movie issue is contrived. I merely asked you if you rented a movie. You said "no" and that was that. I get e-mails about movies from Comcast. I have to ask who charged them so I know who to charge. You were not charged. During this conversation you certainly did not mention any problems at the house. As to the bedding, that is another contrived issue. If your parents did not like genuine goose down, all they had to do was use the cotton comforter or one of the many cotton comforters in the other room, which you told me they did. I use only top quality cotton linens and blankets from The Company Store. As for the oven, I warmed up a slice of pizza in an otherwise clean oven and failed to wipe up the 2 square inch grease spot. My bad. My cleaner is the best. She cleans my house in Denver, too. The coffee was from previous guests that she spilled and thought she cleaned up with Spot Shot. What appeared to be a dog urine stain was different. It's moot now because I spent $3500 on new carpeting for the downstairs bedroom area. I did not charge you for that because you were so foul-mouthed about my cleaner I did not want to deal with you. I encourage anyone reading this to look at the other reviews. My goal is for you to have the best vacation possible. I found it was impossible to please you. It was my first experience dealing with an unpleasant guest who felt entitled; you checked in early, checked out late, failed to disclose the presence of your dog when you made your reservation, berated my cleaner, & never disclosed a problem until I asked for payment.
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Incredible relaxing Colorado getaway

  • 5 of 5

We booked this place for an extended vacation in July. The owner was great to work with and takes fantastic care of their property. We fell in love with the two decks, the pictures do not do justice for how great they are. The beds were very comfortable, kitchen had everything you would want and more, even the washer and dryers were commercial grade so that was an nice extra benefit. The property is very well taken care of, has phenomenal views from the front deck and we saw deer on the back deck in the evenings. The back deck has a great seating area and the grill was a nice extra, we used it many times. The bedrooms are comfortable and nicely decorated, we also enjoyed the family room and the owner had nice games there that we played in the evenings. The summer had lots of concerts and we were able to sit on the front deck and listen to them. We plan on coming back and would recommend this place.

  • Review Submitted: Sep 26, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: July is our favorite month to stay in the house, but we discovered August is great, too. I'm glad you enjoyed yourselves. Our lives get so hectic with all the electronics so I am happy you appreciated all the board games we keep up there. The fire pit is the bomb for roasting s'mores and my favorite is swinging in the hammock for two as the tops of the pine trees sway above. I checked the pool and it looks like you used the facilities several times. We're lucky to have an outdoor pool so close and the hot tubs are open until 8:30--a nice perk when it gets chilly at night. Someone has inquired about July 2017 but I love repeat guests of which I have several so come on back! //Erin
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This home is very clean, cozy and comfortable!

  • 5 of 5

We loved the home. It is super comfortable and clean. There were plenty of comfortable places to sit in the family room, which is often an issue for our large family.

From the first, the owner, Erin, tried to make sure we were more than satisfied. The housekeeper had not shown up and had not notified Erin. She called me when she discovered this around the check-in time to tell me about the problem, and she drove from Denver herself to change sheets and towels and do basic cleaning. The next day another housekeeper came and worked for 3-4 hours in order to get everything in perfect shape. Because of the inconvenience, Erin gave us an extra night free of charge.

The kitchen was well stocked and there was a gift basket of goodies. The fire ring was all set and ready for a fire. The bathrooms had wonderful organic shampoo, conditioner and body wash. There were several books about hiking, etc., for us to use.

The only negative I can think of was the beds in the bunk room. Our kids thought they were a little uncomfortable. The other beds were all great.

I'd recommend this home to anyone who asked. Thank you, Erin, for a wonderful vacation experience!

  • Review Submitted: Aug 31, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2016
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Paula, I'm pleased you were happy with the solution of one free night after the cleaning person could not make it. It turns out her grandmother had passed away--very sad. But I'm glad it all worked out. I'm happy you could stay. I want my guests to be happy. That is my goal. I try to keep guests as comfortable as possible knowing several are driving from long distances. That's why you will find coffee and snacks waiting for you upon arrival. I also have hydration packets since the altitude is 8,800 feet and staying hydrated is important. I haven't heard the bed problem. I'll sleep on the bunk and see if the mattress is a problem. It's firm so that could be the issue. Thanks for the 5 star rating!
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Colorado Springs

If You're Reading This... You've Probably Just Found What You're Looking For!

  • 5 of 5

To future guests...

We recently had the privilege of staying at the Glover's cabin in Fraser and were thoroughly impressed.

We were looking for a place to have a small staff retreat, for the team from our leadership institute. You know the drill... querying handfuls of VRBO options, hoping to find the best fit - financially and with accommodations. Many times it feels like a blind date, taking a chance and hoping for the best. We were not disappointed. The place was warm and inviting, clean and peaceful. From the quaint wood and tile entry way, to the cozy bedrooms, to the open lay-out upstairs, the feel of the place is wonderful. The kitchen is particularly great as it is situated facing out from one quarter of the main great room area, looking out towards the dinning room, sitting area and the fire place. And much of life happens around food, so we enjoyed that feature in particular. Rooms, bedding, towels, and kitchen were all well stocked.

We spent several nights in the large open area around the fire place, talking, eating, and just enjoying company. Very cozy and rustic. The two decks were also very accommodating - one to the front looking out over the range, and the other serenely situated against a wooded backdrop. I was pleased to encounter a fox (I think it might even have been the one in Erin's pictures) one morning while having coffee out on the back deck. While out on a walk with my family, we also saw a moose, maybe a half a mile down the road. Just perks, but fun to see wildlife. The club pool and hot tub were a great addition for our team. A short walk down the hill through some buildings, and we enjoyed several hours looking at the mountains, laughing and talking from the view at the water.

Lastly, being in a leadership training world, any organization/place/experience is only as good as the people you work with. Remodels, changes and updates are a perpetual part of real estate, but it's people that are the difference-maker. I was thoroughly impressed with Erin's response time, willingness to work with us, and attentiveness to our needs. Very well done. She made the whole experience a plus.

Strong recommendations for this place. I hope you have the pleasure of enjoying it.



  • Review Submitted: May 29, 2016
  • Date of Stay: May 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: I welcomed the challenge to work with your large group Joe. I'm glad you appreciated the Great Room where people can gather around the kitchen, fireplace and dining room and be all together. We have many friends with newer homes in Rendezvous. Interestingly, the parties end up at our house because we have a unique floor plan that easily accommodates 25 people milling around. The same level provides the views, seating, decks, kitchen, grill, dining room, sofas, wood fireplace and TV with vaulted ceilings. I've held work retreats there myself. I'm glad yours provided a bonding opportunity.
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Austin, Texas

Wonderful time!!

  • 5 of 5

My family and I LOVED our week at this house. . It was perfect-- everything listed was accurate! Loved the openness of the house and the privacy with all the land! Kitchen had everything I needed for cooking and it was nice as a family to hang out together and enjoy the house, yet not get in each other's way! :) My son had fun running around in the snow and making a snowman and snowballs! :) Great fires at night. Enjoyed all the decks too. The bedrooms were big and beds comfy for us all. The garage was great to have, yet we had our challenges on the steep driveway with the ice! :) Wonderful owners who were very attentive and super nice! I look forward to staying here again!

  • Review Submitted: Mar 30, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Mar 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thanks Lynn. Yes, I'm proud of my kitchen. I splurged up there and even have a $200 coffee grinder since I love my coffee. The pots and pans are largely calphalon but it's a mix. It's our second home so I keep it stocked with a juicer and food processor and crockpot and everything I would use in Denver. I know the driveway is a challenge. That's the downside of being on a little hill to get the views of the mountains. Some people opt to park in the circular drive instead of the garage but I do not recommend that. It often snows a foot and that's a lot of work in the morning! I do hope you return and thanks for being our guest. Erin
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Crete, Illinois

Great location, lot and more

  • 5 of 5

The property is in a nice location. Just up the street from the main grocery store and a short car ride from Winter Park. The house is situated on a nice long lot that is surrounded by pine trees which gives you some isolation/privacy. We were there in March'16 so there was a ton of snow and I built a really long toboggan slide in the snowbanks which the kids used the sleds to slide down. Having a big two car garage (fits a big SUV easy) with a heater was a huge plus for hanging snow gear etc. In the winter you'll definitely want a 4WD vehicle to get around the roads and into the garage be advised. The upstairs is very spacious with two nice decks front and rear. The downstairs where all the bedrooms are is a bit tighter but definitely still nice sleeping arrangements. The property is overall very neat and tidy, some pet hair around but I guess that comes with the territory of being a property that allows pets. Overall we really enjoyed our stay and would recommend this property to others.

  • Review Submitted: Mar 29, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Mar 2016
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: I'd love to get up there and use the toboggan run! Our property in the back is on the perfect pitch through the trees for a great little ski hill for the kids, ending on a big snow pile where the plow puts the driveway snow. And it's all yours! I'm glad you liked the large great room where everyone can gather and cook and play games and sit by the real wood fireplace. There is even a separate area to read a book if someone else is watching TV. I hope you could see the sunset behind the mountains in the evening. I am the only homeowner in the area that allows pets and although I feel I have the best cleaners (I bring them up from Denver), the previous guests had two dogs so I regret there was still some pet hair on the rug or on the carpeting downstairs. It's usually not a problem because of the hardwood upstairs. Anyway, I hope you come back and I'll make sure it is a time when there are no pets before you!
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Nearest Airport
95 Miles
Denver International Airport--about 1hr 45 min
Nearest Golf
10 Miles
Pole Creek Golf
Nearest Train
5 Miles
Winter Park Ski Train to Denver--fun way to Denver
Nearest Motorway
1 Miles
Highway 40
Nearest Restaurant
1.5 Miles
Sharky's Eatery--good for breakfast; local hangout
Nearest Ski
5 Miles
Winter Park Ski Resort
Car: recommended

Our home is centrally located. Many great mountain bike rides are accessible by bike from our home. The Tipperary Trail Circuit can be done from our the house and is phenomenal. It is for the most fit. Make it a circuit by coming down Spruce Creek. Fabulous trails into four wilderness areas are in all directions (no bicycles). My favorite is Devil's Thumb Trail down County Road 8. With kids, the paved bike path is tons of fun. The rodeo is truly entertaining and just down the hill and across 40, to the right. In the winter, tubing at night right across the street (highway 40) is really fun. You can see the tubers from the house. We keep missing the sign up for dog sled rides through the trees but it sounds like a ton of fun. Cross country skiing out at Devil's Thumb is always a blast and the views are amazing. The YMCA also has nice trails. Don't miss a drive through Rocky Mountain National Park. Please, the moose there, and that come to the house, are wild. They have killed and maimed several people over the last couple of years. Do not approach them. Heck's, especially for happy hour, is not to be missed. (Sorry--they stopped doing happy hour!) It is the last building at Devil's Thumb Ranch. There is outdoor seating so bring the kids. Happy hour ends promptly at 6. The views of the divide are out of this world. The food is the same as at the formal Ranch House, our nicest restaurant, but a fraction of the price. And wine prices are excellent.


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Additional pricing information

Pet Fee £61
cleaning charge £134
Refundable Damage Deposit £203
Tax Rate 5.7%

There is a $75 lost key re-key charge
There is a $50 lost Club card charge
There is an automatic $150 fee for failing to comply with the pet policy, plus any additional damage
There is an automatic $100 fee for the smell of cigarette smoke or evidence of cigarette smoking. (Marijuana smoking is allowed.)

Owner's Cancellation Policy

100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
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Accommodation and facilities for this holiday house in Fraser in Northwest Colorado

Property Type:
  • house
  • Self-catering
Floor Area:
  • 1600 sq. ft.
Location Type:
  • Mountain View ...
  • resort ...
  • Adventure
  • Away From It All
  • Budget
  • Family
  • Romantic
  • Sports & Activities
  • Air Conditioning ...
  • Clothes Dryer ...
  • Fireplace ...
  • Fitness Room / Equipment ...
  • Garage ...
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room ...
  • Parking ...
  • Telephone ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Washing Machine ...
  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Dishwasher ...
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave ...
  • Oven ...
  • Pantry Items ...
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Hob ...
  • Toaster ...
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Room
  • seating for 12 people
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Bathroom 2 - Toilet , Bath with Shower , Next to Bedroom 2 with the bunk beds on lower level
    Bathroom 3 - Toilet , Shower Enclosure , In mudroom/laundry room on main level
    Bathroom 1 - Toilet , Shower Enclosure , In master bedroom; dual shower head
  • 3/4 bath in master bedroom downstairs Large full bath downstairs for bedroom 2 and bunk room 3/4 bath on main level for teens or extra quests
  • 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • Bedroom 2 - 1 Large Double Bed , Flat screen TV with DirectTV; large window; closet
    Bedroom 1 - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed , 3/4 bath; closet; window; flat screen TV w/DirectTV; patio
    Bedroom 3 - 1 Large Double Bed , 1 Bunk Bed , Full futon; twin on top;closet;electric air mattress; window
  • 1 master with king and bath 1 bedroom with queen 1 bedroom with double futon on bottom bunk and twin on top bunk & top quality electric queen air mattress Living room has pullout twin ottoman
  • Books ...
  • Game Room ...
  • Games ...
  • Music Library ...
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Satellite / Cable ...
  • Stereo ...
  • Television ...
  • Toys ...
  • Video Library ...
  • Balcony ...
  • Terrace ...
  • Garden ...
  • Barbecue ...
  • Tennis ...
  • Minimum Age Limit for Renters ...
  • children welcome ...
  • non smoking only ...
  • pets considered ...
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Pool / Spa:
  • Communal Pool ...
  • Heated Pool
  • Hot Tub ...
  • Sauna ...
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • festivals
  • Health/Beauty Spa
  • library
  • museums
  • playground
  • recreation centre
  • restaurants
  • winery tours
Leisure Activities:
  • antique hunting
  • bird watching
  • Boating
  • eco tourism
  • horse riding
  • photography
  • scenic drives
  • Shopping
  • sledding
  • walking
  • Wildlife Viewing
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • Babysitter
  • fitness centre
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • laundrette - serviced
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • Basketball Court
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • cycling
  • equestrian events
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • hunting
  • jet skiing
  • Kayaking
  • mountain biking
  • mountain climbing
  • rafting
  • roller blading
  • ski lift pass
  • ski
  • Snowboarding
  • Snowmobiling
  • swimming
  • tennis
  • water skiing
  • water tubing
  • whitewater rafting
Towels, dishtowels and linens included; sleds and snowshoes in the garage; we will even leave you some chopped wood for the cozy fireplace. This home feels very private because of all the spruce and pines, but it is on the bus route (purple) and you could walk to Safeway if you did not have a lot to carry. The houses are far enough away that you feel secluded but not alone in the woods. My husband and I have used it for romantic getaways for the weekend to just chill and read books and watch movies. The clean air alone will invigorate you. Please enjoy the privacy, sun-filled Great Room, and the wood fireplace for maximum tranquility.

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