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Mountain lovers of all shades will be pleasantly surprised at what Redstone, CO, has to offer in the way of natural beauty and outdoor activities. Known as the Ruby of the Rockies, Redstone has a population of just 130, but don't let its size fool you. A vacation rental in this charming little jewel of a town is the perfect way to get away from it all. 

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Redstone vacation rentals for every getaway

Hot tub Internet Riverfront
Elephant Mountain Cabin at Filoha Meadows
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Elephant Mountain Cabin at Filoha Meadows - Redstone, CO

$193 avg / night
Mt. Sopris Cabin at Filoha Meadows
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Mt. Sopris Cabin at Filoha Meadows - Redstone, CO

$191 avg / night
Three Sisters Peak Cabin at Filoha Meadows
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

Three Sisters Peak Cabin at Filoha Meadows - Redstone, CO

$205 avg / night
Chair Mountain Cabin at Filoha Meadows
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Chair Mountain Cabin at Filoha Meadows - Redstone, CO

$202 avg / night
The Cabins at Filoha Meadows
4 Bedroom | 4 Bath | Sleeps 8

The Cabins at Filoha Meadows - Redstone, CO

$647 avg / night

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Recent Redstone vacation rental reviews

Staying here was a good way to end our Colorado family adventure. It is definitely on the simple side but has what you need—full fridge, microwave, toaster oven, etc. Would love for it to be updated a bit, but it was clean and served it’s purpose just fine. Mike the prop manager was very friendly and helpful. A few notes for those coming: —I was surprised you can’t see river very well from cabin. Have to go down rock path to get to river/hot tub with view of preserve. Not a huge deal but not what I envisioned of sitting on deck watching kids play in grass or see animals across the way —We really wanted to see animals!! We saw 3 deer run across the meadow and a few geese. Cool, but had expected more based on reviews. —The bridge has a no trespassing sign on it. Found out towards end of our stay that is for general public, not those staying on the property —admittedly it is August, but was super hot inside the cabin even with windows open. They supplied two small fans which wasn’t enough. When I said something they brought another small fan for which I was thankful. But if I were going again in Aug, I would ask if they have gotten box fans or would bring my own. —lots of mosquitos and even more gnats. Lots of gnats got inside the cabin even though we had kept screens closed. Not sure what can be done about this—they have bug zappers outside, we brought a citronella candle, put on big spray etc. and still got a lot of bites and had trouble sleeping bc of gnats It is a beautiful area and we would likely return.
Ashley H. | Aug 2023
We loved being so close to Crystal River and Filoha Meadows and Redstone. A beautiful location for a great price! The condo/cabin was comfortable and clean; we really enjoyed our stay. The place is basic, not luxurious, but actually the proximity to the beautiful canyon and river is VERY luxurious! We will return!
Susan M. | Jul 2023
I loved the privacy, simplicity and hot springs.
Susanne S. | Jul 2023
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Yes. 6 of our Redstone vacation rentals have internet access, so you can stay connected throughout your trip.

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Our standard check-in time is 4:00 p.m., and the check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Some exceptions apply—after you book, you’ll find check-in and check-out details in the Vacasa guest app or your Trip Manager.

Absolutely. Our local Redstone team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.

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Where is Redstone, CO?

Located about 47 miles from the upscale town of Aspen, this unassuming little hub is situated on Colorado's West Elk Scenic Byway loop next to the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Area, at the edge of effervescent Crystal River.

Within reasonable traveling distance from several towns, guests can easily find the amenities they need and the attractions they crave. Make a day of it and include Marble (11 miles), Carbondale (16 miles), Glenwood Springs (29 miles), and Basalt (30 miles) on your itinerary as you wind through gorgeous mountain scenery, the smell of pine in the air and the sun on your face. 

Things to Do in Redstone

Guests will enjoy the quaint main drag of Redstone with its cute storefronts and working art galleries. Revisit the past when you go to Redstone General Store, also known as the "G" Store, and relive the good ol' days when candy only cost a penny. Wander into Redstone Art Gallery or The Marble Gallery for a variety of eclectic pieces, some made by regional artists. 

Take a tour of the Redstone Castle, once the residence of a notable coal and steel magnate, and a filming location for the movie The Prestige. Looking for a little pampering? Consider a spa treatment at the Redstone Castle's on-site spa, or at Crystal Dreams Spa in town. Or, how about a soak in the thermal hot springs? You can pick from Avalanche Ranch's modern amenities, or the rugged, wild beauty of the Penny Hot Springs found along the banks of the Crystal River.

Outdoor Activities in Redstone 

Outdoor enthusiasts will thoroughly enjoy a stay in a Redstone vacation rental. The snow that brings guests to the ski slopes of nearby Snowmass means excellent conditions for snowmobiling, backcountry Nordic skiing and ice climbing, and skate skiing. The snowmelt in the spring feeds the local rivers, so fly fishermen, kayakers, and rafters rejoice! Four-wheeling, hiking, and equestrian enthusiasts will find plenty of trails to explore - come in late summer for a stunning wildflower display. When fall comes, the colors turn the mountainsides various vibrant shades.

Whether you're looking for a quiet getaway to revel in creativity, an adventurous outing with family and friends, or anything in between, this stunning Northwest Colorado mining town is the perfect spot for exploration and contemplation - book a stay today!

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