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Book this 1 bedroom house in Almont today! A total of 4 people can sleep here comfortably.
Guests can enjoy a pool among other amenities offered by this rental.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4/5 thanks to an average of 19 reviews.
The manager responds to 10% of inquiries, which is lower than average, and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 16, 2017.
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Three Rivers Resort
Three Rivers Resort
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- Calendar last updated:
- 16 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English
Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Almont,-colorado Attractions
Pool / Spa
- Jacuzzi or hot tub
- Satellite TV
- Smoking allowed
– based on 19 reviews
- Very Good
“Vacation July 2014”
Great place, clean and comfortable. Mark Schumacher and staff really make you feel at home and service is excellent. Mark even lets his pets [ Big Horn Sheep ] roam around the grounds and cabins. Quite a sight almost close enough to pet, great pictures. This is a great place to stay with plenty to do in the area. Great Vacation
“Our stay was absolutely wonderful!!”
Upon arrival the cabin was spotless & filled with every convenience, ie: dishes, glassware, cookware, toaster, microwave, stove, & plenty of towels. We were located right on the river & used both the barbecue pit & fire pit a lot. Very friendly staff whose response to requests was immediate. All in all this was a wonderful vacation spot, very relaxing & enjoyable.
“Great Family Resort”
The cabin was clean & every thing the resort promised. Nice! Being close to river for fun fishing or just to enjoy quite.Thanks
“So cozy, quaint, and perfect.”
We had such a wonderful stay in almont in this cozy little cabin. Three Rivers is a great resort and the staff is always so kind and helpful. We have stayed here many times and will continue to stay here whenever we are in the area. It is an added bonus that they are pet friendly as we take our dogs with us wherever we can. The porch by the river is the perfect spot to sit back and relax. We love it here!
“Helpful enthusiastic friendly staff in a gorgous setting.”
We had great time at 3 Rivers. Loved the ability to have our dog. The expertise of the fishing shop and convenience of same was great. The 'cabin' on the river was a bit quirky--essentially a single wide with a deck. River right out the window was wonderful. We had a wonderful fishing guide, Dylan Rome, and he made the trip for us!
“Two day getaway.”
My wife and I stayed recently for two nights. The staff was super friendly and very helpful. I was able to get my fishing license, flies, rent waders and get some great fishing advice. The room was meticulously clean and very comfortable.
“Won't be back!”
Asked for extra towels and got charged! When I booked two trailers I let the person know there would be four in one and five in the other. Asked for a few extra towels and was treated to a crappy little speech about there being to many people (thanks for wasting my time with that) and they billed me another $44. So be it, in a time of loyalty programs and my family visiting almont twice a year if the almont resort is booked I will stay elsewhere!
Response from the manager I'm sorry that you felt you had a bad experience here. To set the record straight we do not charge for extra towels - linens are always included in the price for the number of people you've paid for. If you have visited our resort often, then you will know that we have a nightly rate in each cabin based on a certain number of people. Any additional people beyond that base number are charged at $10/person/night. This is actually a very standard practice in the lodging industry and our extra person fee is low compared to many hotels and vacation rentals. In most hotels, a room fee is based on 2 people and additionals pay extra beyond that number. The extra fee does help to cover the additional cost of towels, linens, wear and tear on the lodging unit. We have this policy clearly stated on our web site for each cabin page. I'm sorry that you felt you received a "lecture." That is never the tone we seek to convey. Our reservations staff is trained to apply the policies that we have in place and those should be conveyed in a friendly way. We will use this feedback as a training tool to continue to improve our service. Thanks, Jen Stevens Resort Manager
“Single wide trailer - pretty tight!”
Location was great - right on the river. We came to fish and it was great for that as there is plenty of good water all up and down the Taylor. Pretty tight right up against the other cabins but okay privacy on the side decks of each one was good, but you neighbors can look right out the window at you unless they pull the blinds. Not much room on the inside - the cabin is really a manufactured single wide trailer with log siding and a deck. One recliner chair, fold out couch which we only sat on that was not very comfortable. Dish network TV. Kitchen table is squeezed in pretty tight otherwise you cant get back past the refrigerator to the bathroom / bedroom area. Master bedroom bed takes up most of the room. Deck was the plastic decking and weathered/deteriorating, beds were okay sleeping, no head room in the loft- an adult has to crawl - the stairs are very steep and narrow. Overall more overall like a travel trailer than a cabin. It was clean. No a/C, but in the mountains generally no need at night, but a hot spell could make for warm days if you hung around the property. For the money, would recommend the other larger cabins on the property that might be higher priced but more in line with a bit more roomy cabin experience. No housekeeping service but we saw that as a non-issue. Nice staff and very friendly.
nice location, but very over priced, especially because the "cabin" we rented was actually a trailor, very small! I loved that it was on the river, but again, way overpriced!
Response from the manager Thank you for your comments and I'm glad you enjoyed staying on the river. We do price checking quite frequently and what we have found is that we are actually very competitive, if not on the lower end of pricing for similar lodging types in our area and other Colorado resort towns. There are no other resorts in our area like ours so we price our "park model" cabins similar to other resorts in Colorado that have those. Most resorts price their park model cabins at $200+/night in peak season and in a prime location. We are below that. If you prefer a more traditional "stick built" cabin, we definitely have those too. I would invite you next time to consider all 17 different styles of lodging that we offer. We have everything from rustic studios to upscale on and off the river. I'm sure one of our cabin types would easily fit your budget. Thank you again for your remarks. We will continue to price check and stay competitive each year.
“Even better than last time!”
When I stayed here two years ago, I mentioned that it would be nice to shampoo, skin lotion, etc. in the room. This time when I stayed there, there was! It would still be nice to have coffee service but maybe next time. Everything else was great. Late Check-in, early departure. Cabin was very clean and the property is well maintained.
Response from the manager Glad you enjoyed your stay. We can't guarantee shampoo and amenities every time, though. We are part of a brand program that sends us samples to include in guest rooms. We never know what we will get any particular season but hopefully there will be something useful for your stay!