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USA Colorado Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park Listing #23475

Whispering Wind in the Trees - Estes Park, CO

4 reviews
Max occupancy: 6 2 Queen Bed, 1 Futon 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms 2 dog max  4WD/traction may be required in winter
220 Mummy Ln, Estes Park, CO 80517

Dog-friendly, mountain view home w/ a full kitchen, deck and private grill

Get away from it all at this beautiful mountain home with plenty of space for everyone! You'll find everything you need to make a great meal in the fully-equipped kitchen with plenty of seating for the whole family. You'll also be able to take advantage of those summer evenings dining out on your private deck with a picnic table for additional seating. This home has a warming gas fireplace to warm up by after a day of enjoying the outdoors. There are two bedrooms, each with a queen bed, along with a futon in the living room.

What's nearby:
This rental is perfect for an adventurer's getaway! Rocky Mountain National Park is located just five miles from this home, connecting you to numerous trails for hiking, fishing areas, horseback riding, rafting, climbing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and wildlife viewing. The famous Stanley Hotel is only one mile to the east, while the Town of Estes Park, offering a variety of shops and restaurants, is just a mile south.

Things to know:
Free WiFi
Full Kitchen with a dishwasher
Two dogs welcome with a nightly fee
A 4x4 is recommended in winter

Property permit ID: 3504

AMENITIES

Activities

Children's games

Features

Fireplace

Kitchen

Dishwasher

Fridge

Microwave

Stove

Media

Internet

TV

Cable

Wireless router

Sound dock

Miscellaneous

Iron

Outdoor

Gas grill : Private

Balcony

Deck

4 reviews

Colleen L. Nov 2019
This property had lots of space for dogs, though I didn’t bring any. The house has a large kitchen and dining room, love the electric fireplace.
Megan L. Sep 2019
Pros:
-super comfy beds
-peaceful neighborhood
-nice linens

Cons
-getting the pellet grill to work was a chore and ate up a lot of our vacation time
-no meat thermometer (so we added one to the collection)
-outdated wall decor
-no umbrella for the outside table (it's very sunny in the morning)
JANE H. Aug 2019
This is a cozy 2 bedroom house with a huge kitchen. Set on a 1 acre (?) lot full of pine trees, elks hop in and out of the back yard. Conveniently close to the center of town and Safeway. The yummy Twin Owls restaurant is about a 5 minute walk. That said, this house is in a very quiet residential neighborhood.
The second bathroom is on the lower level and there are no couches or chairs there. This is a good house for dogs - 2 large crates/cages, metal bowls, pet treats and large fenced yard.
We chose it because my two parents, with mobility issues, needed accommodations with everything on one level. We did have to borrow equipment from the lending closet and there are no grab bars for the shower or by the toilet. That probably won't bother most people.
Amazingly well equipped kitchen! Large table in kitchen plus another very large dining table in the main room.
TV channel selection pretty limited. Cell phone service within the house was pretty poor (Verizon) but worked well on driveway. Wifi/internet was fast and worked great.
Towels, sheets, etc were nice, fresh, very new. Toiletries were limited; bring your own. Lots of fans and space heaters and extra pillows and blankets in the closets. Full size washer and dryer & soap were ready in the basement.
Thomas C J. Aug 2019
Very nice, accommodating VRBO. It was tucked into the trees, for privacy, yet in a neighborhood. It gave you a definate feel for the mountains and the wildlife in the area. A very clean, well-kept home stocked with everything you needed to cook with. Sleeping beds were good. Linens, comforters, towels, etc were new and fresh. A place you could make yourself feel at home in after a long day in the mountains or Estes Park.
The only drawback was no AC. With the August high humidity and temperatures in the upper 80's it would be very warm in the late afternoon and into the evening. However, windows could be opened to offer the cooler evening air. Fans were available to move the air but they were not overly cooling in a home of this size.