Stay in a quaint, newly remodeled, one room efficiency cabin with windows that looks out over a meadow, with mountains in the back ground and gorgeous sunrises. We also have a 1800’ grass Airstrip.The cabin has a double bed, 2 burner propane stove, pump sink, mini fridge, with dishes, tea kettle, French press, cleaning supplies, kitchen towels and we provide fresh linens and
Stay in a quaint, newly remodeled, one room efficiency cabin with windows that looks out over a meadow, with mountains in the back ground and gorgeous sunrises. We also have a 1800’ grass Airstrip.The cabin has a double bed, 2 burner propane stove, pump sink, mini fridge, with dishes, tea kettle, French press, cleaning supplies, kitchen towels and we provide fresh linens and towels to shower with.This cabin is off the grid, powered by solar panels, fresh tested well water and the closest neighbor is a mile away.We are 7 miles off the main road, but it’s slow drive on a our dirt road. The road is accessible for front wheel drive car with normal clearance. Sports cars are not recommended.We are close to the Rocky Mountain National Park, 35 minutes from the Wild Basin entrance, 45 minutes from Estes Park, 1 hour from Boulder.No cell reception but the main house has a phone line you are welcome to use.Secluded, quiet and surrounded on three sides with National Forest.We recommend two night minimum but if you only have one night please contact us.This will be a once in a life time glamping experience!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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We loved our stay! This cabin is perfect spot off the beaten place while still being close to Estes Park and Lyons. Steve was a great host—he told us about a spot on their property where you can have dinner and soak in all the great views. That was a highlight! We slept amazing; it is dead quiet and perfect for star gazing. The cabin itself has everything you need to cook a meal or have a cup of coffee. We want to come back and would recommend this cabin to anyone :) Thanks Steve!
Steve and Bronson’s cabin was a wonderful place to stay! The remote location is beautiful and we really got a chance to disconnect. The site is a significant drive, but it’s well worth it. The private picnic area is amazing. We also saw some elk sparring on our way out early in the morning. The cabin is cosy and comfortable. Steve and Bronson were very friendly and had good recommendations. We will definitely stay here next time we visit Estes Park.
Steve and Bonnie were great hosts! Super nice people and they provided us with some great hikes around the area. The drive over to their property was beautiful and the cabin was lovely. This was the perfect getaway for disconnecting and enjoying nature. We would definitely come back and make it a longer trip!
Peaceful, charming mountain cabin
Steve and Bonnie have created a beautiful haven nestled in the mountains. Directions were easy to follow, and it was a beautiful drive back to the property through forests and meadows. The cabin is lovely and perfectly finished. It's not too fancy, and not too rustic, but in the best way! It really strikes the perfect balance that makes you feel immediately at home. You can tell Steve and Bonnie put as much care and attention into the details as they do into being your host. We were greeted with a smile, shown around, given tips for things to do, and felt immediately welcomed.
Upon arrival we set our things down in the cabin, changed into pants and long-sleeves for the slightly cooler air and surprise mosquito bloom. Then, we hiked up the readily accessible picnic overlook and enjoyed watching the last bits of sunlight recede from the meadow and surrounding mountains (including views of Indian Peaks wilderness). We then had a relaxing evening playing games (cribbage and cards are provided!) and enjoying our cozy abode. Waking to the sound of birds in the morning before cooking up breakfast, which we enjoyed on the porch. Just before leaving we made sure to read through and sign the guest book. We recommend LeCook to anyone looking for a peaceful getaway in the mountains.