Castle to Cabin, Accommodations in Redstone Colorado: Along the Aspen Marble Detour

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Morning: Pick Ups commence in Aspen at 9:00 AM, arriving at Wholefoods Basalt by 9:50, drops by Avalanche Ranch at 10:40, visits Redstone around 11:00, and Marble at Noon. Lunch: Three Whole Hours in the Unique Town of Marble allow for plenty of incredible outdoor activities including Fat Tire Biking, Jeep Touring, Fly Fishing, Trail Hiking, Historic Tours and Horseback Riding. Afternoon: The return journey begins at 3:00, stops in at Redstone at 3:30, visits Avalanche Ranch at 4:00, pops in at THE KMJ Cooney Studio Gallery for Bubbly and a Bite at 5:30, and is back in Aspen by 6:00 PM.

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The Ruby of the Rockies they call it, and once you experience Redstone yourself you will know exactly why. The reason is clear in the name itself; red stone. Masses of the stuff line the walls of the Crystal River Canyon, and at points practically skirt the twisting winding road, but at Redstone the horizon spans out for many miles in all directions so as to set the stage for some of the most miraculous views anywhere in the magnificent Elk Mountain Range, pride and gem – ruby to be precise – of the Colorado Rockies.

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In my last post, Accommodations in Marble Colorado, Comfort with Altitude on the Far Side of the Aspen Marble Detour, I detailed the impressively wide array of hotel, lodge, and cabin options for such a very small (year round population of 84, I believe), remote, and rugged Rocky Mountain town.

And as with my previous post I will again wrap each extract taken from the various websites and social media pages, with double quotes and blue highlighting for good measure so as to avoid confusion. These are the words of the proprietors themselves, as I think is fitting, as it is the result of all their hard work and dedication that we all get to enjoy, and so good for them, one and all.  If I am able to publicize their heroic and increasingly successful ventures, then I will have spent my time wisely putting this long and involved post together.

Moving on down the Crystal River Valley today I turn my attention to what perhaps could be looked at as the ‘main course’ of any Aspen Marble Detour experience. For I must say, impressed as I was with the Marble offering, just wait and see what is in store for you today!

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In terms of accommodation one thing can be said for certain: Redstone Has EVERYTHING. From beautiful but modest motel rooms to lofty castle suites. Scroll on down and you will need little in the way of convincing; it is all here.

Seems a little bit incredible really, for such a tiny and obscure place. After all, blink and you will miss it from Highway 133. The sign helps, and the coke ovens of course, but really, who would possibly know that all of this was but a 100 yard detour, across a bridge, and back into another time?

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Cleveholm, Redstone/John Cleveland Osgood Castle, Along The Crystal River Valley, Colorado.

REDSTONE CASTLE

58 Redstone Castle Lane
Redstone, CO 81623
info@theredstonecastle.com … link

970.963.9656

“This turn-of-the-century jewel was completed in 1902 for industrialist and coal magnate John Cleveland Osgood. At the time, Osgood was one of the wealthiest people in the United States (purportedly ranking 6th), and rubbed elbows with the rich and powerful. John D. Rockefeller, J. Pierpont Morgan and Teddy Roosevelt all spent time at the estate. It is also known as Osgood Castle and Cleveholm Manor, its original name.

Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971, the Castle provides a unique glimpse into the personal styles and social culture of America’s elite at the turn of the 20th Century. Built in the Tudor style, the Castle is filled with the finest furnishings of the period: wooden paneling designed by Gustav Stickley, intricately cast brass globe lights created by Louis Tiffany and countless pieces of furniture and artwork collected by the Osgoods on their frequent trips to Europe.”

“In 1899, 42-year-old John Cleveland Osgood was known as the Fuel King of the West, having built his fortune in coal and iron. Osgood married Alma Shelgrem in October of that year, shortly after divorcing his first wife, Nonnie Irene de Belote (Irene). Construction of a mansion on the Crystal River also began in 1899. The mansion was named Cleveholm Manor, using his nickname, Cleve, and holm meaning “alongside a river”.

The Castle was built as a hunting retreat, and constructed of large stone blocks hand-cut and quarried from the nearby sandstone cliffs. No expense was spared as the finest craftsmen of the era built the towering mansion on a sloping hillside in the Crystal River valley.”

“Entering the Castle today is like entering another time. The main residence offers 23,000 sq. ft. of living space, with 66 rooms that range from an English-style Great Hall and a Russian-inspired formal dining room to a delicate Ladies’ Drawing Room decorated in the French style of the era. Oversized claw-foot bathtubs grace the bathrooms, and Persian carpets embellish the floors. The Great Hall boasts a unique feature as well: a special “peeping window” through which the original owner could view her guest’s attire. An estimated 60% of the original furnishings remain at the Castle today.”

The wood paneling throughout the home was all crafted by Gustav Stickley and includes English oak and Honduran mahogany. Louis Comfort Tiffany designed the fixture work including three giant brass globes carved with lion’s faces, pineapples and angels that light up the English Great Hall. At the ground level of the Castle is the gentlemen’s Game Room and Bar featuring the original billiards and card tables. One can imagine the high stakes being gambled upon and the smell of cigar smoke still wafting in the air.”

“The Great Hall has eighteen-foot ceilings and features a sandstone block fireplace carved with the Osgood Coat of Arms and supporting a trophy elk mount. Even today, most of the furnishings are those that Osgood and his Swedish-born wife, Alma Regina Shelgrem, purchased as antiques in Europe while their Castle was being constructed. The Dining Room is an elegant Russian statement from the court of the Czars, with Honduran mahogany paneling hand rubbed to a cherry red finish, topped by ruby red velvet wall cover and an aluminum leaf ceiling.

Distinguished guests such as Teddy Roosevelt, J.P. Morgan and Prince Leopold dined here on wild game with the finest silver and china on the table. Done in a Persian motif, the Library overlooks the front grounds and is a reminder of the deluxe railroad cars that the elite traveled in across the U.S. and Europe. The paneling and bookshelves are Honduran mahogany topped with green leather, gold leaf stamped wall cover. The aluminum leaf ceiling is hand-stenciled around the borders in a peacock design. After dinner, the ladies would have retired to the femininely-decorated French Music Parlor. The room features green silk damask wall covering, a frescoed plaster ceiling and diamond dust mirror above a Carraran Italian marbled fireplace.”

“The upper floors of the Castle include the original bedroom suites used by the Osgoods and their guests, complete with oversized porcelain claw foot tubs and standing sinks. Each of the bedroom fireplaces is made of unique colored tile or Italian marble. In the secluded north tower is a two-room suite featuring a domed ceiling decorated with birds and flowers.

At the ground level of the Castle is the gentlemen’s Game Room and Bar featuring the original billiards and card tables. One can imagine the high stakes being gambled upon and the smell of cigar smoke still wafting in the air.”

SUITES

“Roosevelt Suite: Teddy Roosevelt slept here during his presidency, enjoying the abundant hunting and fishing. The suite is 913 sq ft, featuring a sitting room with views to the Crystal River. A separate bedroom has one of the colorful fireplaces that Alma was fond of. There is a large private bathroom with an original 1902 claw-foot tub, as well as a newer shower. The suite sleeps two people in one queen-sized bed.

Sunshine Suite: John Osgood built bedrooms for the 16 servants who were necessary to operate a 1902, 23,000 sq ft mansion. This suite was the dining and gathering area for the servants, and includes an attached butler’s quarters. Today it is a large sunny suite overlooking the Crystal River and castle grounds. This room accommodates wheelchair guests, or those who prefer not to use stairs. An ADA bathroom, two fireplaces, separate bedroom and sitting room are part of this generous 632-sq ft suite. The suite sleeps two people in one queen-sized bed. Notes: There is a television in this suite. The fireplaces are non-operational.

Morgan Suite: JP Morgan was a frequent guest to the castle, along with his counterparts J. Gould and the Rockefellers. The Redstone Castle Morgan Suite features two of Alma’s brightly-colored fireplaces within a bedroom, a sitting room and a large bathroom. The Morgan Suite is 533 sq ft with views overlooking the courtyard and the carriage house to the north. The suite sleeps two people in one queen-sized bed. Notes: There are two televisions in this suite. The fireplace is non-operational.

Mr. Osgood’s Study Suite: As the 6th wealthiest man in the country, and as the president of Pueblo’s CF&I, John Osgood and his accountant had a lot of work to do. He may have had a lot of cash on hand also, as a large, walk-in safe was built into this study. This suite features Osgood’s study (sitting room), accountant’s office (bedroom) and a large private bathroom. The original fireplace and an original claw-foot tub are additional features of this 868 sq ft suite on the ground level of the castle. The suite sleeps two people in one king-sized bed.

Aviary Tower Suite: The architects of the castle, Boals and Harnois of Denver, designed a third-story tower-like room they named the Aviary. Original bird and leaf wallpaper covers the domed ceiling of this bright and sunny room. A “dormitory” is attached to the tower room, presumably for the children of guests. Osgood did not have children with any of his three wives. The suite is 502 sq ft and sleeps two people in one queen-sized bed. Notes: There is not a television or fireplace in this suite. A number of stairs are required to access the suite.

Watchman Suite: Alongside the castle courtyard, Mr. Osgood incorporated a room for his watchman and second room for the valet. The room is strategically located to view the comings and goings of guests and servants to the castle. The suite now features a sitting room, a separate bedroom, and a bathroom within 402 sq ft. The suite sleeps two people in one full-sized bed. Notes: There is no television or fireplace this suite.

Octagon Suite: Originally built as lodging for bachelor staff, the main room of this suite was built with 8 sides. Five narrow windows provided views of the castle lawn for security, while preventing break-ins. A separate bedroom and private bathroom complete this ground-floor suite near the billiard room. The suite sleeps two people in one queen-sized bed in 602 sq ft. Notes: There is a television in this suite. There is not a fireplace in this suite. Smoking and pets are not allowed on the Redstone Castle property.”

REDSTONE CASTLE

58 Redstone Castle Lane
Redstone, CO 81623

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Redstone Inn

82 Redstone Blvd   /   Redstone, CO 81623 … link
970.963.2526

“The Redstone Inn is a historic turn of the century style Rocky Mountain resort in Colorado. When you come upon Redstone, Colorado, you’ll find a tiny mountain village hidden surprisingly beneath massive red cliffs. The entire village is on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Redstone offers a unique sanctuary for those looking to get away. Open 365 days a year.

Redstone was founded by John Cleveland Osgood, an ambitious turn-of-the-century entrepreneur. Initially on a scouting mission for a railroad company, Osgood recognized the vast potential for developing a full scale coal mining operation in and around Redstone and throughout Colorado.”

“Along with a handful of investors, he began building his mining empire. In 1892 he merged with an iron and steel manufacturing company in Pueblo to form the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company. The high-grade coking coal of the Coal Basin area, 4 1/2 miles west of Redstone, and the beehive coking ovens in Redstone itself, spurred the construction of the Crystal River Railroad. This rail line connected the coal mines up-valley to the main lines in Carbondale where the coke was then transported to the steel mills in Pueblo. By 1900 the mining operations at Coal Basin and Redstone were in full swing.”

“John Osgood did more than run a profitable mining enterprise. In order to improve the living conditions of the miners and as a social / industrial experiment, he constructed 84 Swiss chalet style homes in Redstone to house miners with families and an elegant 20 room inn (Now the Redstone Inn) for his bachelor employees, all of which featured indoor plumbing and electricity, a luxury for the times. Modern bathhouse facilities and a club house which included a theater and library.

Bar & Grill: Lunch is served daily from 11:00am – 5:30pm. Dinner begins at 5:30pm every evening. Dining Room: Dinner is available Friday & Saturday from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. Please call to make a reservation. Check In Time: Check In is 3:00 pm / Check Out is 11:00 am.”

ROOMS / Rates May 2019

“Sleigh Bed Room: Large, charming room with one Queen sleigh bed. Located on the second floor with an inside entrance in the “original part” of the Inn. This room has a full private bath. Midweek – Fall / Winter $150.00 – Summer $170.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $160.00 – Summer $180.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $180.00, Summer $180.00, all rates are plus tax.

John Osgood Suite: This spacious corner suite boasts one King bed. Beautiful turn of the century furnishings in a comfortable sitting area. Private full bath, semi-private deck with amazing views.
Midweek – Fall / Winter $250.00 – Summer $295.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $270.00 – Summer $315.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $315.00, Summer $315.00, all rates are plus tax.

Stickley Suite: Small 2 room suite with a King bed and full private bath. Parlor with access to semi-private deck and amazing views. Midweek – Fall / Winter $155.00 – Summer $190.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $165.00 – Summer $210.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $192.00, Summer $210.00, all rates are plus tax.

Queen Bed With Half Bath: Graceful dormer windows define these cozy spaces. One queen bed with a half bath (toilet & sink )in the room. The shower facilities are across the hall shared with 3 other rooms. 
Midweek – Fall / Winter $85.00 – Summer $99.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $89.00 – Summer $110.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $118.00, Summer $118.00, all rates are plus tax.

Two Queen Beds: Spacious rooms on the first or second floor, full private bath, outside seating on the veranda, some with access to semi-private deck. Midweek – Fall / Winter $150.00 – Summer $180.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $160.00 – Summer $190.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $192.00, Summer $192.00, all rates are plus tax.

King Bed: Spacious rooms on the first or second floor, full private bath, outside seating on the veranda, some with access to semi-private deck. Midweek – Fall / Winter $140.00 – Summer $170.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $150.00 – Summer $180.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $180.00, Summer $180.00, all rates are plus tax.

Clock Tower Room: Small room with one queen bed in the actual working clock tower. Beautiful views. There are no bathroom facilities in the room. The bathroom and shower are across the hall. Located on the 3rd floor. Midweek – Fall / Winter $85.00 – Summer $89.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $85.00 – Summer $99.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $99.00, Summer $99.00, all rates are plus tax.

Turn of the Century – Vintage rooms: Quaint and cozy rooms located inside the hotel on the 2nd floor. One Queen bed with a full bathroom in the room. Midweek – Fall / Winter $95.00 – Summer $115.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $99.00 – Summer $125.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $125.00, Summer $125.00, all rates are plus tax.

Turn of the Century – Vintage Rooms: Quaint and cozy rooms located on the 2nd floor. One King bed and full private bath. Midweek – Fall / Winter $110.00 – Summer $140.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $120.00 – Summer $150.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $156.00, Summer $156.00, all rates are plus tax.

Large suite: with 1 king bed and 2 twin beds in a separate room, A sitting area with a wet bar and refrigerator, a full bath and small dormer windows. Located on the 3rd floor. Midweek – Fall / Winter $230.00 – Summer $295.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $250.00 – Summer $315.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $315.00, Summer $315.00, all rates are plus tax.

Two separate rooms adjoined by a large bathroom: Both rooms have one king bed and it’s own entrance. Works very well for two couples. Located on the 3rd floor.  Midweek – Fall / Winter $230.00 – Summer $295.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $250.00 – Summer $315.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $315.00, Summer $315.00, all rates are plus tax.

Two Queen Beds: Spacious family rooms with 2 queen beds, semi-private patio, full private bath, wet bar, refrigerator and dinette table. Pet friendly rooms, $20.00 per pet, per night up to 40 lbs. Located on the lower, parking lot level. Midweek – Fall / Winter $150.00 – Summer $180.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $160.00 – Summer $190.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $192.00, Summer $192.00, all rates are plus tax.

The Chalet: The Redstone Inn Chalet is located just steps from the historic Redstone Inn on the banks of the beautiful Crystal River. Built in 2009, the Chalet has two floors, two bedrooms with full baths, a great room with a fireplace, flat screen televisions, wet bar, microwave and coffee maker. Open the French doors to a spectacular view of the Crystal River off the deck. The ground floor is completely ADA compliant and wheel chair accessible. Midweek – Fall / Winter $585.00 – Summer $625.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Weekend – Fall / Winter $585.00 – Summer $625.00, all rates are plus tax  |  Holidays – Fall / Winter $685.00, Summer $685.00, all rates are plus tax.”

“Coffee is available in the Grill at 6:00 am. During the off season (Oct. 16 – May) full breakfast off the menu will only be available from 7:30 am to 11:00 am on Saturday & Sunday as well as certain holiday periods. There will be a continental breakfast available Monday – Friday from 7:30 am to 10:00 am in the Grill for our guests during the off season period (Oct. 16 through the end of May). Room Service is available during open restaurant hours. 

Pets are allowed to stay in the lower level Terrace Rooms only. When all of these rooms are reserved, our “pet quota” is sold out. Pets must be supervised at all times. We allow 2 pets up to 40 lbs each, pet fee of $20.00 per pet per night and a limit of two in a room. Pets are not allowed in the main hotel or outdoor food and beverage areas. For pets in unauthorized rooms, we will be forced to charge a deep clean fee of $100.00 in addition to the normal pet fee. Thank you for your cooperation. See Service Dog policy at the bottom of the page.

Rates are subject to change without notification. Please note the maximum number of people per room. Extra person fee of $5.00 may apply. If you cancel your reservation within 72 hours of your arrival, we will charge you for the full first night stay. We have a Business Center located on the ground level in the library with wireless internet available throughout the hotel. There are irons, ironing boards and hair dryers available upon request. Telephones and televisions with cable t.v are present in ALL rooms. There is a limited number of rooms equipped with flat screen televisions & DVD players. Please note that the Redstone Inn is not equipped with an elevator. Limited first floor rooms are available. We have limited wi-fi and wireless coverage and NO cell service. Please come prepared to unplug! Please let us know if you are bringing a registered service dog with you when making your reservation. We do require they wear their service vest at all times while on the property or in the common areas. We do not charge a pet fee for service dogs with papers and a vest. Emotional support animals will be charged the $20.00 pet fee per night and are not allowed in the common areas or in the food and beverage areas. Please respect other guests and follow these guidelines.”

Redstone Inn

82 Redstone Blvd   /   Redstone, CO 81623 … link
970.963.2526

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Redstone Cliffs Lodge

http://www.redstonecliffs.com/

King, Queen and Suite Cabins

$130 to $179 per night / May 2019 

“Make Redstone the Center of your Vacationland. Nestled at over 7,000 feet, the Crystal River cascades through the forest just outside our cabin doors.  Snow-capped Mount Sopris and Chair Mountain frame the valley creating a backdrop to all the activities available, from winter sleigh rides and cross country skiing, to summer time hiking, biking, fishing, shopping and exploring.

We have a selection of room types available including Kings and Queen Suites.”

“Our Suites are ideal for long weekends away.  They have a King or Queen bed, plus a separate living area with a pull-out sofa and a kitchenette. A few have a patio door to the back garden and direct access to the river and hot tub. If you need more space some suites have two beds, full or queen, a separate living area with a pull-out sofa and kitchenette. Bringing your dog with you?  Our dog-friendly rooms are # 10 through #12.  The rates below are our standard tariff before discounts.

All rooms have private bathrooms, coffee machine, fridge, microwave and free wi-fi. Discounts:   Stay 3-4 nights – 5%  Stay 5 or more nights – 10%. Rooms: 2 Suites $130 – 3 Queens $135 to $145 – 3 Kings $159 to $179 per night” 

More than just a lodge

“The Redstone Cliffs Lodge is located alongside the Crystal River, where guests can relax in the sun in comfortable chairs and enjoy the view, cook a barbecue and warm by the camp fire. Our unique rooms feature a country motif, handcrafted furniture, quilted beds, and local artwork. The views from the spacious windows, are mountain and river, accented with wildflowers in the summer.

Redstone Cliffs has 250 feet of Crystal River frontage, the waters are well-stocked with rainbow trout.  We welcome you to fish from the property.  Licenses can be purchased right up the street. Motorcyclists are welcome as well. Talk to our staff for information on hiking, biking, fishing and for other local knowledge.” 

“Enjoy the relaxing and re-invigorating effects of a prolonged dip in the spacious hot, especially after a long day of hiking, biking or other activities available close by.

RIVERSIDE GARDENS: Relax and enjoy the view as the pristine Crystal River cascades by.

Reservations can be made at any time during the year.  Our season runs from April 1 through November 30. For reservation inquiries please call 970/963- 2691.

Your comfortable bed awaits

King, Queen and Suite Cabins

Redstone Cliffs Lodge

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Crystal River Villas

215 Redstone Blvd, Redstone, CO 81623

Book Direct by Calling 970-963-2365

“Located in the small community of Redstone, this quaint riverside motel is located in a wooded area that’s home to a healthy hummingbird population.

The pristine and remote location of the Crystal River Valley is home to the historical gem known as the “Ruby of the Rockies”, Redstone, Colorado.  Named for the enchanting Redstone Cliffs that loom above the iconic “Boulevard”, this charming town is reminiscent of the west described in history books.”

“Centrally located on the Boulevard, savvy visitors find the Crystal River Villas to be the perfect blend of riverfront tranquility and modern convenience. 

Each villa offers stocked kitchenette and unique sleeping arrangements perfect for stays of all lengths.  In its 100 year history, Redstone has been called heaven by hunters, moguls, kayakers, socialites, hikers, shoppers, cowboys, miners, climbers and naturalists alike.  We invite you to enjoy what many feel is Pitkin County’s best year-round secret hideaway and a real “gem” of Colorado’s High Country.”

“Quaint riverside motel lodgings with old-fashioned decor & kitchenettes, plus a BBQ grill. Free Wi-Fi. Good for kids. Kitchens in all rooms. Smoke-free property. Family rooms. Quaint atmosphere. Family-friendly crowd.”

Crystal River Villas

215 Redstone Blvd, Redstone, CO 81623

Book Direct by Calling 970-963-2365

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COZY RIVERSIDE CABIN

A FISHERMAN’S PARADISE! Redstone, Airbnb

Entire cabin, 7 guests, 2 bedrooms, 3 beds 2 baths. $225 per night / May 2019 

“This cozy A-frame cabin, perfectly situated on 1.5 acres along the Crystal River, is ideal for an adventurous mountain getaway or a peaceful retreat! 
With private Gold Medal fishing waters steps away from the front door this is truly a fisherman’s paradise!  

The classic A frame design is inviting with an open floor plan, high ceilings, exposed beams and oversized windows with beautiful views. The newly renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, is spacious with an abundance of natural light. The nicely furnished living room has a gas stove and the dining room and breakfast bar seating area can comfortably seat up to 9 people.”

“The spacious living area welcomes entertaining family and friends, cooking and relaxing surrounded by the natural beauty of the Crystal River Valley. Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast and for family and friend gatherings to experience total relaxation with the riverside outdoor seating areas, private river access for fishing or exploring and the beautifully remodeled cabin interior.”

“The cozy master bedroom with river views is adjacent to a newly remodeled bathroom with a large jacuzzi tub and glass enclosed shower. The upper level consists of a bedroom loft with a king bed, a twin bed, a TV, a large walk-in closet and a newly remodeled en suite bathroom.”

COZY RIVERSIDE CABIN

A FISHERMAN’S PARADISE! Redstone Airbnb,

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Waterfront, Mountain View Cabin

with Prime Location and Shared Hot Springs! Redstone Airbnb

Entire cabin, 4 guests, 1 bedroom, 2 beds,1 bath. $179 per night / May 2019

“Surrounded by sun-filled wildflower meadows and fireflies at night, this Redstone retreat gives you the chance to unwind in peace. Soak in the on-site shared hot springs, or explore what the great outdoors has to offer while you stay at this one-bedroom cabin for four.

Set within steps of the Fiioha Meadows Open Space, you’ll be able to watch the wildlife roam, or hit the local attractions in Redstone without hassle.
Tree-lined views and an abundance of light highlight the main living area. Grab an ice cold brew and take a deep breath of fresh air on the private deck. Throw something tasty on the gas BBQ while you stream some tunes over the WiFi.”  

“Inside you’ll find a basic kitchenette (with a fridge, microwave, and coffeemaker but no stove/oven) to whip up a delicious dish that will please every picky palate. After dinner head back outside to enjoy a nightcap on the deck or a nighttime soak in the shared hot springs – there are two tiled hot tubs with spring water, which are shared with guests of the few other cabins on the property.  
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom getaway has room for up to four people to spread out and stay. In the room you’ll find a rejuvenating queen-size bed, while the futon in the living area will give your guests a restful night’s stay.”

“Wake up to the landscape that caught the eye of Disney for their movie “Tall Tales,” and then head out for a day of exploration. Do some snowshoeing or Nordic skiing at one of the nearby paths, or enjoy a day of quiet with a good book.
Watch the wildlife at Filoha Meadows Open Space (across the river from this property) when it’s open to the public from July through September. Kayak along the river or try your hand at fly fishing.Self check-in. Check yourself in with the lockbox. Come spend your days basking in the beauty and your nights melting the stress away in the on-site hot springs when you book your next getaway at this Colorado retreat.
*Please note that this rental is on a shared property, so you may see or hear other guests. Please be courteous to your neighbors and keep your noise level to a minimum. This this is a non-smoking property. No smoking of any substance in cabin or anywhere on property. Thank you for your consideration.*

Waterfront, Mountain View Cabin

with Prime Location and Shared Hot Springs! Redstone Airbnb

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Cozy Cottage on the Crystal River

Private Fishing! Redstone Airbnb

Entire house, 5 guests, 3 bedrooms, 3 beds, 2 baths. $225 per night / May 2019 

“This 3 bedroom 2 bath home, situated on the banks of the Crystal River in a secluded neighborhood within the heart of the Crystal River Valley, is a true gem!

Enjoy unparalleled fishing in the Gold Medal waters of the Crystal River and Big Kline Creek with more than 1 acre of private, wooded river and creek frontage! This home is the ideal place for families, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts!”  

“Featuring oversized windows with amazing Big Kline Creek and forest views, a wood burning fireplace, newly renovated bathrooms and an abundance of natural light, the Crystal River Retreat is spacious and bright. The comfortably furnished living room and dining area with an open floor plan make it a great place to gather around a crackling fire after an adventurous day of exploring the quaint towns of Marble and Redstone.

During warmer months experience total relaxation on the outdoor deck or riverside seating area while listening to the the soothing sounds of the rushing waters of the Crystal River and Big Kline Creek.” 

“The master bedroom and guest bedroom, on the main level, are furnished with queen beds and offer access to an outdoor covered deck. The main level also features a contemporary bathroom and cozy study. The third bedroom, on the lower level, is furnished with a twin bed and an en suite bathroom.

For an unforgettable mountain getaway, escape to this enchanting oasis in the heart of the Crystal River Valley! Perfectly situated on the Crystal River and Big Kline Creek, with private fishing on site and within a short drive of numerous mountain towns, the Crystal River Retreat is ideal!”

“Included, Towels, bed sheets, soap, and toilet paper. Indoor fireplace, Central heating or a heater in the listing, Hot water, Iron, Laptop friendly workspace A table or desk with space for a laptop and a chair that’s comfortable to work in, TV, Washer, Dryer, Continuous Wifi, Free parking on premises Kitchen, Space where guests can cook their own meals, Lockbox, Private entrance, Separate street or building entrance. Bed linens, Extra pillows and blankets, Hair dryer, Hangers, Shampoo. BBQ grill, Fire extinguisher, Carbon monoxide detector, Smoke detector Not included, Air conditioning.

Due to the proximity of the river to the home, extreme caution must be used with young children. Minimum age requirement of 25 to rent this property. Check-in time 4:00PM, Check-out time 10:00 AM. Special events or larger gatherings are not permitted at this home. This home does not have air conditioning although it stays fairly cool in the summer due to the elevation. Smoking, vaping or recreational drug use not permitted on premises. Cancellation policy: 50% refund if cancelled between (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) days of arrival, NO refund if cancelled less than 30 days of arrival. We HIGHLY recommend you purchase trip cancellation and interruption insurance to help protect you since NO REFUNDS if cancelled less than 30 days of arrival; inclusive of storms, road conditions or road closures. We suggest CSA Travel Protection, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb). Damage deposit is refunded 14 days after departure; may take up to 7 business days to return to your account. Additional cleaning fee for excessive cleaning may apply. Rates and amenities are subject to change.”

Cozy Cottage on the Crystal River

Private Fishing! Redstone Airbnb

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CHAIR MOUNTAIN RANCH

178 CR3, Marble, CO 81623 (Between Redstone and Marble)
Host:  Dave & Linda Adams, Phone: (970) 963-9522

chairmountainranch.com  / David@chairmountainranch.com

“There is something extraordinary about the Crystal River valley, something the Ute Indians held sacred and early explorers recognized the moment they set foot in the shadows of these majestic mountains. As early settlers started to mine the area and develop the towns of Marble and Redstone the Ute Indians placed a curse upon the valley, making it impossible to leave once you set foot in what is now the Elk Mountain range.

The spirit of old world travelers, miners and Native Americans live on in Marble and Redstone Colorado. Surrounded by the Elk Mountain Range, Maroon Bells Wilderness and the Ragged wilderness, Marble and Redstone offer endless hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, jeep trails as well as serenity among the aspen and evergreen forests.”

“Chair Mountain Ranch offers five cabins and two apartment suites to comfortably accommodate you and your family while exploring the historic towns of Marble, Redstone and the ghost town of Crystal, home to the famous Crystal Mill. Chair Mountain Ranch is comprised of eight acres and is perfect for large groups and weddings. Serenity abounds with no cell phone service within 20 miles, no shopping malls or other distractions enabling you to fully enjoy the Rocky Mountains the way they are meant to be enjoyed.

(May 2019)

Cabin Rates: $140 per night for 2 people, $5 for each additional person or pet. Children 9 and under stay for free. Two night minimum stay on all major holidays.”

“Our cabins feature two bedrooms, small kitchens, full bathrooms and living rooms. The kitchens come stocked with pots, pans, eating utensils, coffee pot, toaster, full size stove/oven and fridge.

We provide everything you need except for groceries, be sure to pick-up supplies for smor’e making! The cabins comfortably sleep four along with your favorite puppies. To maintaining the fresh air and peace all the cabins are non-smoking and do not have phones or televisions.”  

Apartment Rates: $200 per night for either the upstairs or downstairs. $350 per night to rent both upstairs and downstairs apartments.

Children 9 and under stay free. Two night minimum stay on major holidays. The main apartment building features two large apartment suites with one upstairs and the other downstairs. Both have private entries with a common laundry facility on the first floor. The kitchens in both apartments include pots, pans, utensils, coffee pots and toasters.

CHECK-IN IS AT 2 P.M. CHECK-OUT IS AT 11 A.M.

ALL PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO A 8.9% SALES AND LODGING TAX. ONE NIGHT DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED OR A MASTERCARD, VISA CARD TO HOLD RESERVATION. PLEASE ASK ABOUT OUR CANCELLATION POLICY. CHAIR MOUNTAIN RANCH, 178 COUNTY ROAD 3, CARBONDALE, CO, 81623, UNITED STATES970-963-9522DAVID@CHAIRMOUNTAINRANCH.COM.

CHAIR MOUNTAIN RANCH

178 CR3, Marble, CO 81623 (Between Redstone and Marble)

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