Estes Park Registration #3255
Take a breather from the daily grind and hole up in this comfy second-floor condo within a four-plex. Whether you're taking a solo weekend getaway or carving out some time for you and your family to reconnect, this condo has everything you need.
Located in Estes Park, the eastern entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, this vacation rental is part of The Pines at Estes Park Condominium complex. Here, you'll have access to the quiet and isolation you want, as well as opportunities to get out, see the sights, and explore nature.
Relax and unwind in this simple home decorated with comfortable leather furniture in the living room, including a sleeper sofa. The decorative fireplace gives the space a homey feel where you can watch TV, which is complete with cable, DVD player, and VCR. And if you want to stay plugged in, no problem, as Internet is available. The sliding glass doors in this room take you outside to the balcony where you can sit and watch the deer and elk.
Directly off the living room is the dining area. The dark wood table and chairs in this room, which comfortably seats four, is a nice contrast to the light walls and carpets in this home.
The charming, bright, and functional kitchen comes with standard appliances and has plenty of room for meal prep and clean-up.
The comfortable queen-size bed in the bedroom allows for a peaceful night's sleep, and this room also features a good-sized walk-in closet. With the additional sleeper sofa, this one-bedroom, one-bath condo accommodates a total of four guests. The bathroom is directly across the hall from the bedroom. This home also has a full-size, stackable washer and dryer for your convenience.
Access to a bike path is just across the street from this vacation rental, and Estes Park Golf Course is under a half mile away. The drive to Rocky Mountain National Park is a mere six miles away, and once in the park, you'll have access to a multitude of activities from hiking to fishing to horseback riding to scenic drives. Take a day trip and head up Trail Ridge Road to Alpine Visitors' Center for spectacular, other-worldly views and learn about the ecosystems that thrive above the tree line. And don't forget to spend some time in Estes Park proper for shopping, dining, or visiting well-known landmarks like the Stanley Hotel, inspiration for Stephen King's "The Shining." In the winter, head to Hidden Valley for some light-hearted sledding.
Whether you want to simply get away and enjoy the quiet offered by this serene vacation home or get out for breathtaking views and commune with nature, this conveniently located home will serve your needs well. Reserve your dates, and start planning your Rocky Mountain vacation today!