Peaceful, high mesa/alpine escape
From $140 / night
Pets allowed: Yes
*BIG DISCOUNTS FOR MULTIPLE (consecutive) WEEKLY BOOKINGS*
Please ask about these discounts - also, avail for ski season rental, Jan-April
MUST BE OK W/CATS ON PREMISES - (resident rodent control engineers are ok w/your well-behaved dogs) Dogs will need to be under your control at all times, & we prefer you keep them confined to great room.
Dr Jon-Michael Tucci
There are also world-class biking, hiking, art galleries, & wonderful restaurants.
"The most beautiful place you'll ever ski" - quote from airline magazine.
Breathtaking, free 'commuter' gondola ride from town up into the Mtn Village & the ski mtn.
|Nov 25 2015||Apr 10 2017||-||-||$1,500||$4,200||1 Week|
|Apr 11 2016||Nov 26 2016||-||-||$1,500||$4,200||1 Week|
|Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: n/a|
|Deposits: 50% of rental fee for your total stay, balance due PRIOR to, or at check-in; damage desposit required w/dogs - call for specifics, please. CANC/REFUNDS: 50% of dpst, IF, greater than 14 days advance notice given; Sorry, NO REFUND of dpst w/less than 14 days notice.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: IF dogs are kept off beds, none - we have a (preferred) cozy place for them in the great room - thanx - our place is also our home, not just a rental.|
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Telluride, Colorado
Beauty beyond Description
Beauty beyond Description
January 1, 2009
Doc's house up on the mesa is a place unparalleled in beauty and peaceful living. The views out of the mostly all glass west facing side of house truly incredible. We stayed Christmas week and enjoyed a very "White Christmas". Be aware that the house is at about 9400 feet and therefore everything that goes with high altitude living is in effect. Doc Tucci was very helpfully and welcoming for our stay there. I have no reservations about about recommending this property to anyone.
July 3, 2008
I've been to Doc's place now three times in the past 4 years with friends, siblings, parents, and my young children. Everyone loves it. I haven't even looked for another place to stay in Telluride. It's a really special place. Always love falling asleep in the hammock listing to the wind and stargazing late into the night. A few days on the Mesa and you can't help feeling more at peace and happier ... until you have to leave of course.
June 23, 2005
This is what happened to us over the course of the weekend in Telluride and on the mesa. It was as if layer upon layer of callused emotional gateways were stripped away. By the time I had to leave it was as if a new, exposed heart was there for all to see, including the deer, cats, elks, eagles, hawks and mice. It was truly spiritual and much needed. Doc, to say "thanks" is to do you a great injustice. Even though the mesa and your place are so special, you my friend are a true gem. Your warmth, hospitality and graciousness were apparent from the start, and I knew months ago when I began planning for this vacation, that I had found more than a place to stay in Telluride. I have been very fortunate and blessed to have found myself surrounded by such special friends and family, and I know that my circle has just widened. I very much look forward to the next time we get to sit down and enjoy each other's company. Doc, I don't say "thanks" just for renting your house on the mesa. I say thank you for giving me and my friends the greatest gift of all. Life.
January 5, 2005
This east coast family just spent a great week with our family of six including 4 kids from 10-17 at this unique property & everyone enjoyed themselves. Close enough to ski almost every day on the mountain but remote enough to enjoy God's beauty out every window. This property is a diamond and the landlord is extremely accommodating. I know you will find tranquility here!
so peaceful I could hear my innermost thoughts, clearly. and THE ENERGY ! ! ! up there - we'll be back, ASAP! thank you so much, Doc, it was the peace of heaven we needed, away from all the partygoers that large festivals bring to sleepy mtn towns