Just a short drive from Main Street Breckenridge and the ski lifts, this rustic log home offers a perfect getaway. True to its namesake, there are numerous pairs of snowshoes available for you to explore the surrounding national forest and creek that runs through the south side of the property. A wide-open pasture offers a serene setting as well as possible wildlife viewing. There are two large bedrooms on the main floor each with a queen-sized bed, and one even has a crib. Moving onto the living area, this space features high ceilings, a wood burning fireplace and a large LCD flat screen TV. The kitchen boasts new granite countertops and... tile floors, and a breakfast bar that has seating for six. Need more seating for additional guests? Use the dining area which can seat up to eight.Heading upstairs, there is a loft right off the master bedroom that can be used as an additional living area to read a book, socialize or it can even be used as a play area for the kids. The spacious and large master bedroom is right off the loft and has a king-sized bed and plenty of windows. The lower level of this fantastic home has an extra large bunk room with two Captain's bunks (extended twin over queen), its own bathroom and a flat screen TV, making it a perfect room for the kids. Take advantage of the many amenities this home has, including the private hot tub on the large private wrap around deck. Other amenities include a gas grill, Wi-Fi internet and a two-car garage. This home is the perfect "get away from it all" retreat! Note that a four-wheel-drive vehicle is definitely needed to access this property!Read more
Left on 01/08/2014 for a stay in December 2013 | SAM
This is a great house. Master is a lofted bedroom on top floor, kitchen on middle floor with two queen bedrooms that share a bath, and the bunk room is in the basement and has two bunk beds with queen trundles- so you can sleep a lot of kids in this house. The floors are headed and the kitchen is well equipped. The only issue we had is that you do indeed need chains and/or 4-wheel drive to get to this house. A snow plow comes by daily, but this road is not maintained too well by the city of Breckenridge and we had to leave a lot of cars in a close-by condo and drive people up to the house. Even once with 4-wheel drive we still struggled to get to this house. The backyard is a National Forest and we were fortunate enough to get a visit a few times by a beautiful red fox. The house is 3-miles away from the slopes and parking averages between $15 and $20 per day to get to ski. The free option includes parking and then riding a bus to the lifts. Both options added too much time to our trip. We would wake up at 6am and it would still be 10:30am before we could make the first run.
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | David Zemens
Some friends and I take an annual ski/snowboard vacation out west, and this year we settled on Breckenridge, CO. We stayed 4 nights in the Snowshoe Lodge and couldn't have been happier with it. The hot tub was large enough and comfortable, the lodge itself was well-appointed and had plenty of beds for everyone (we were 6 initially, with 3 more friends visiting in from Denver for 2 nights only). The main floor was large enough to accommodate everyone for meals, Tv-watching, apres-ski beers, etc., and the radiant heated floors were a nice bonus. It is a little bit outside of town but only about a 5 minute drive to the Peak 8 Gondola, overall it was an awesome place and I'd definitely consider staying there again if we go back to Breckenridge.
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