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Machin's Cottages

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2450 Eagle Cliff Road
Estes Park, CO 80517

Phone:
970-586-4276
Basics
Category:
Cabins / Cottages
Rooms:
17 units

Description

1/2 mile from highway noise, at the end of the road, where a hiking trail starts. All of our 17 cottages are deluxe, very well maintained, and very clean. All of the cottages have fireplaces, cable TV, large windows, porches and patios. Some have decks. Each cottage has its own picnic area complete with a charcoal grill, picnic table and lawn furniture.

The kitchens are very well equipped, and all have microwave ovens. The bathrooms are very nice and all have a combination tub/shower. There is a very well equipped playground. While we are in a secluded location within Rocky Mountain National Park, it is only a 10 minute drive to the center of the town of Estes Park. Small pets are welcomed, but we do not allow large dogs. Over three fourths of our guests have stayed with us before, and many return year after year. Because of this, we strongly recommend advance reservations. We are open late May through September. Minimum stay of three nights.

Details

Number of Rooms / Size:
17 units

Amenities

  • In Room
  • Cable TV
  • Fireplace
  • On Premises
  • Fireplace
  • General
  • Pets Allowed

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