When we arrived to our two-story cabin nestled among aspens and pines on top of a Breckenridge mountain, a feeling of relaxation began to set in.
At the front door, we were greeted by a bed of larkspur and pansies. The entryway’s towering ceiling and plush carpet were very inviting. Our home-away-from-home had oversized leather couches and recliners, and large windows letting in lots of natural light. The kitchen was appointed with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Birdfeeders hung outside the large picture window.
A hot tub was available in the sunroom for those cold nights. A deck out back was furnished with patio furniture and a large grill.
All of the bedrooms upstairs had oversized beds, and the bathrooms boasted granite, tile, and venetian bronze fixtures. Our bedroom had its own private balcony. Each bedroom had a large flat screen television.
Since we were traveling with a baby, we were very pleased that the home had a highchair and crib for our use. It was also nice to have a fully stocked laundry room.
While our home was located in a quiet, wooded neighborhood, there were tons of Breckenridge properties on HomeAway.com that were even more secluded, at various prices. Rates really vary depending on the season. Once ski season begins, demand really increases, as do many of the property rates. Summer is also really popular, especially for those of us from hot climates who want to escape to cooler temperatures.
Soon I will post about our whitewater rafting adventure!