Historic studio cabin in the heart of Grand Lake Village. Two blocks from the lake and Marina. Walking distance to all restaurants and shops. kitchenette, bathroom with shower and cooking essentials as well as a little private back yard with table and chairs! Perfectly located near everything, yet quiet and nestled in a charming courtyard. View all of our listings at https://www.airbnb.com/s?host_id=3433295
“Bryon and Tash's cabin is a wonderful place to stay to experience Grand Lake! The cabin is wonderfully decorated in a rustic styled. They were even kind enough to hang a "just married" sign with balloons for us. It was such a thoughtful touch! The cabin has a handy kitchen that was stocked with plates and cups. The location is right on the edge of downtown and just a quick walk to the marina at Grand Lake. There is a hot tub on the premises, which you share with the other cabin guests. We did not use it, but it looked very easy to access. There looked to be about three other cabins also on the property. Due to the proximity between the cabins, we were able to hear some other guests while inside our cabin, but it was not a big issue as everyone was respectful at night. There is a wonderful area behind the cabin with a table and chairs. We loved having cocktails and appetizers as we sat outside and looked at the beautiful scenery. Thanks for a great stay!!”
Near the center of Grand Lake, steps from the historic wooden boardwalks of Grand Ave & just a couple blocks from the largest natural lake in Colorado, 6 small cabins have welcomed adventurous travelers since the 1930's. Today, Lupine Village still provides exceptional hospitality at the western gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, with comfortable cabins that are sparkling clean and thoughtfully updated with modern amenities & extras that make each cabin feel like a home away from home.
“This cabin was sparkling clean and had everything we needed for our 8 night stay. We were working remote for a few of the days and the Wifi was fast and reliable. The bed was firmer than I usually like it but it was still really comfortable and we slept great. I was actually obsessed with the pillows and had to take note of where they were from so I could buy them when I got home. The shower pressure was perfect and there was plenty of hot water for two showers. The cabin was in the perfect location. A couple minute walk to the lake and the main strip and a 5 minute drive to the entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park. The West side of the park is WAY better than the North entrance. It's not as crowded and there were moose/elk/deer to see every single night on the drive in. Ali and Mike were also the nicest hosts and were super helpful and accommodating and also checked on us to make sure we had everything we needed. Thank you and hope to see you again!”
Cozy up in The Nest at Pearl's Place this summer. The Nest is within a mile of the charming town of Grand Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, miles and miles of hiking trails and water activities. Come home to a private guest suite w/separate entrance complete with breakfast area, patio, sitting area, and private bath. The Nest is a perfect place to decompress after the hustle and bustle of city living. Check out suite 2 The Fox Den and pearlpenteknight on Instagram. Stay awhile.
“My wife and I frequent the Grand Lakes area. With all the RMNP has to offer in all seasons it is a big draw for us. We were looking for something a bit different as this stay was to celebrate our anniversary. Based on the reviews for the Nest and Pearl as host decided to give this a try. We are so glad we did. Easily one of the best experiences we have had in our various travels. The nest is so cozy and the dinner and breakfast Pearl put together for us was simply amazing. Pearl makes it so evident in her attention to detail how much she loves making her guest stay the best possible. So good, so yummy. Everything was clean, smelled good, felt good. Excellent. We definitely recommended staying at the Nest for your next RMNP adventure. We spent two days Snowmobiling and the location is right off the trail system into Arapahoe trail access. Plenty of room to unload my sled. Come on out and play.”
Locals agree—these are all great places to take the kids:
Whether you’re looking for a tasty treat or a hearty meal, here’s where the locals say to go: