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Mtn Cabin Tiny House with Epic View! 420 friendly!

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Mtn Cabin Tiny House with Epic View! 420 friendly!

About this space

Cozy tiny cabin nestled in the mountains with amazing views! The large picture window offers a majestic mountain view all year long.

420 friendly private outdoor courtyard with waterfall & twinkle lights. Access to hot tub. Micro kitchen has fully stocked coffee bar, toaster oven, induction cooktop and mini fridge. Light breakfast snacks provided. The luxurious memory foam pillow top mattress is unbeatable. Artisan locally sourced wildfire stump sink in bathroom.

Located 2.4 miles from 285.

The space

We invite you to share our little piece of mountain serenity with us. My family lives in a log cabin right next to our tiny house.

The tiny house is located down a set of stairs. Please be prepared to use stairs if you stay with us. The hot tub shares a deck with our house but is yours to use exclusively for the duration of your visit. Guests have a designated parking spot with a painted sign and a private courtyard with a small waterfall feature and outdoor string lights for a relaxing intimate outdoor meal and/or smoking. All smoking (420 included) is allowed outside only.

In our snow season, 4 wheel drive vehicle (or other winter ready type of vehicle) is sometimes necessary. (Generally, for our location, it is only necessary during or following winter storms.) Colorado implements “Passenger Vehicle Traction & Chain Laws” during winter storms for Hwy 285, which is the highway necessary to drive on in order to get to the cabin. So it is best to plan ahead and have the required type of vehicle reserved if you plan to visit during the winter months. The laws are put in place for the safety of all drivers on the roads. Please visit the cdot site for details on the requirements by law for passenger vehicles, including rental cars. FYI: recently, the I-70 mountain roads now have an all-time traction law 9 months out of the year, even if there is not a current winter storm in effect. If you plan to drive into the mountains on I-70 at all, you are required to rent a 4wd, all wheel drive vehicle, or 2wd with snow or mud/snow tires.

Kitchenette includes: mini fridge (no freezer), small toaster oven, Keurig coffee maker, induction cook top with pan/lid/spatula, plates and utensils, bowls, cups/glasses, wine bottle opener, and a cutting board. We also provide cooking oils and salt/pepper. There is a sink in the kitchen as well. Dish soap and a scrub brush are also provided. We include kitchen towels but no paper towels or napkins as we try to be as eco conscious as possible.

As with most mountain homes, our tiny cabin does not have forced air conditioning. However, it usually gets quite cool in the evening in the summertime so open windows and the ceiling fan do the job of keeping you cool! (Of course, I can’t promise cool evenings; I can just let you know what’s typical for our area.)

I have a family member with severe pet allergies, so I cannot allow any pets on our property. Because the outdoor space is shared and my home is also used for cleaning linens and other items from the cabin (so, also a “shared” space), we cannot allow ANY pets on our property due to these severe family allergies. There can be no exceptions to this rule as this would be detrimental to the health and safety of my family. Thank you for understanding that there can be absolutely no exceptions to this rule.

Guest access
Guests have access to the 250 sf tiny house, the hot tub, the private courtyard with the small waterfall water feature, string lights, and table/chairs. Fireworks always prohibited.

Other things to note
We have frequent “locals” who love to visit. Deer, Abarth squirrels, black and red foxes, and many species of birds are our most common visitors, but you may also be lucky enough to see black bears in the summertime. If you do see bears or mountain lions, please DO NOT approach them. Please stay inside until they move along – refer to the pamphlets placed in the binder in the tiny house about how to react to encounters with our local critters.

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