Pagosa Springs Luxury Log Cabin Ski Wolf Creek

Living AreaMaster with Floor to Ceiling Windows and BalconyFront of HomePagosa is a Winter Wonderland
Pagosa Springs Luxury Log Cabin Ski Wolf Creek
Home
4 bedrooms
12 guests
3 night min

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 12
Type: Home
Per night: $270
Per week: $1,350
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Pagosa Springs vacation home rental
4 bedrooms, loft, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 12, internet access, Dish TV
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!!! This home gives you easy access to all of the activities of Pagosa Springs, Colorado.

Whether you are relaxing in the evenings on the extra large deck overlooking the fairway or sipping a hot cup of coffee in the mornings on the second story balcony of the master suite, being a guest in our home will help build memories for you and your family of a wonderful vacation.

We have satellite TV, Wireless Internet, a fully equipped kitchen, nine beds that will sleep 12 comfortably plus a sleeper sofa in the living room for two more. We have three normal bedrooms, two full baths and our "dorm room" over the garage that has four extra long twin beds.

No Smoking!! Yes! We are booked a lot of the time, that is because we offer you true value for your money.

tommy taylor

Area Information
Nearest Airport : Durango at 50 Miles
Nearest Train : Durango-Siverton Train at 50 Miles
Nearest Motorway : In town at 2 Miles
Nearest Barpub : In town at 2 Miles
Nearest Ski : Wolf Creek Ski Area at 20 Miles
Nearest Golf : Pagosa Springs Golf at 1 Miles
Nearest Restaurant : In town at 2 Miles
Car: necessary
TROPHY TROUT FISHING: The PIEDRA RIVER is a canyon river, west of Pagosa Springs, with fat browns and foot-long stocked rainbows swimming in its 40 miles of pocket water and deep pools. The Piedra flows through isolated granite box canyons in some of the wildest country in the West. THE RIO GRANDE RIVER- This river is located in southern Colorado between Alamosa and Pagosa Springs. US Highway 160 provides access to the river. Known for the Rio Grande Cutts, this river is a dry fly fisherman's dream in the summer. EXPLORING HISTORY: For those who enjoy exploring history and culture heritage sites, Pagosa is surrounded by ancient native American, Anasazi, early Spanish, Pioneer and mining history. The remarkable ruins of early Puebloean culture at Chimney Rock, Mesa Verde, and other regional centers show the thousands of years of civilized heritage in our area. Ghost towns, mine buildings and sites are located at Summitville, Creede, north in Silverton and Ouray

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Rates

Rates

Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Nov 01 2015 Dec 31 2016 $270 $270 $1,350 $3,500 3 Nights
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