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Villa in Mountain Village
Alpenglow
Just a short stroll from Double Cabins ski run, and a variety of scenic hiking trails, this modern mountain home is ready to show you Telluride’s luxurious side. Perfect for a larger family with children, Alpenglow can accommodate up to twenty guests thanks to the bunk room, and four other beautiful bedrooms. Nearby, you’ll find ski access at the world-renowned Telluride Ski Resort, just two miles from home. And, there’s always plenty to see and do in downtown Telluride and Mountain Village, both within a few minute’s drive. This rustic-chic luxury rental has a space to suit any mood. Whether you’re ready to relax after a day on the mountain, or you’re planning a formal dinner soiree, Alpenglow has you covered. Decorated in rich wood textures and natural stone, you’ll feel the villa’s connection with its natural surroundings. You’ll see them too, thanks to massive mountain-view framing windows in the open concept living room. Alpenglow has lots of fun activities to keep everyone in the group entertained. For the kids and young at heart, there’s a games room with a foosball table and Xbox console. Outside, there’s lots of space for kids to play, a hot tub with a great mountain view, a fire pit, and plenty of outdoor lounge furniture. After a long day on the slopes, hop in the sauna to rejuvenate for tomorrow. If you’ve still got some energy to burn, the exercise room is ready when you are. In the winter, Telluride is a hot spot for some of the best skiers in the country, and it is easy to appreciate the vibrant mountain town atmosphere in the local shops, bars, and restaurants. In the summer months, Telluride has plenty of adventure tourism opportunities, like mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, and river rafting. MVBL# 001729 Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primaryr: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom stand-alone steam shower and jetted bathtub, Television, DVD player, Private deck • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Shared bathroom with bedroom 3 with stand-alone steam shower, Television • Bedroom 3: Queen size bed, Shared bathroom with bedroom 2 with stand-alone steam shower, Television • Bedroom 4: 4 Double/Twin bunk beds, Shared bathroom with shower and bathtub • Bedroom 5: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Walk-in closet FEATURES & AMENITIES • Foosball table • Laundry facility • One-touch lighting STAFF & SERVICES At Extra Cost – advance notice may be required: • Event fee
Apr 25 – May 2
G$326,717 GYD per night
4.8 out of 5 average rating, 5 reviews
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Home in Telluride
Mountain Melody
With views overlooking pristine Elk Lake and the expansive Saint Sophia Ridge, soaring windows drench the interior in sunlight. Embrace the cozy atmosphere and seclusion that the picturesque chalet offers. Grab a fishing rod, some hiking boots, or a set of mountain bikes and explore the surrounding terrain.  Natural wooden beams, vaulted ceilings, and plump furnishings come together to create a warm, welcoming space—a focal point being the slate fireplace. Sliding glass doors open onto the outdoor area, where you’ll find a bubbling hot tub with sweeping vistas and the sounds of the forest. Secure a Western-facing spot on the patio for a front row seat to the dramatic sunsets. Meals are easy to prepare in the spacious, well-equipped kitchen and can be served at the cozy inside table or alfresco on balmy evenings. Make sure you snap a photo of the unforgettable Rocky Mountain backdrop from the upstairs terrace that spans the back of the house. Nestled amongst aromatic pines in Mountain Village, you’re just a stone’s throw from the Telluride Ski Resort. A year-round destination, you can hike through dense foliage in the summer or swish around moguls in the winter. Borrow a book from the library’s extensive collection and allow yourself to get lost in each chapter. The in-house theatre’s sumptuous sectional invites you to curl up après-ski with a binge-worthy series.  Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & jetted bathtub, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Television, Direct access to balcony, Outdoor furniture, Mountain view • Bedroom 2 : Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Dual vanity, Television, Direct access to terrace with hot tub • Bedroom 3 - Bunk Room: 2 Twin over double size bunk beds, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Television Additional Bedding • Guest House: Day bed, Trundle bed, Hallway bathroom with stand-alone shower, Kitchenette, Lounge area, Television, Private balcony, Outdoor furniture, Private entry FEATURES & AMENITIES • Oxygen machine • More under “What this place offers” below OUTDOOR FEATURES • Fishing poles Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • Babysitting services • More under “Add-on services” below
Nov 12 – 19
G$232,782 GYD per night
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Luxe
Villa in Mountain Village
Tomboy Retreat
Sunsets over the Rockies’ Wilson range are the backdrop to a stay at this Telluride townhouse. The smell of the pine trees mingles with smoke from the grill on the deck, while an outdoor hot tub and indoor games room make for evening fun. Exposed beams lend rustic charm to the open-plan great room. Walk to the golf course, ski to the Chondola, or call for a complimentary shuttle to ski lifts. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with 2 stand-alone showers & jetted bathtub, Walk-in closet, Television, Balcony • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Television, Balcony • Bedroom 3: 2 Queen size beds, Ensuite bathroom with hallway access, Shower/bathtub combo, Television • Bedroom 4: 2 Captain bunk beds, 2 Twin size beds, Sofa bed, Jack & Jill bathroom shared with Office, Stand-alone shower, Television FEATURES & AMENITIES • Ski storage OUTDOOR FEATURES • Garage STAFF & SERVICES Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions
Mar 23 – 30
G$692,619 GYD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 3 reviews

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All about Telluride

Planning a Telluride ski vacation? We’re here to help!

A former silver mining camp with a true Wild West pedigree (Butch Cassidy pulled his first ever bank job here) if you’re looking for a taste of the Great American West, you’ll find it here in Telluride. When the precious metals dried up, the mines switched to hard rock until the industry closed down in the 1970s. At the same time, an entrepreneur named Joseph Zoline bought up the slopes and began preparing them for downhill skiing, transforming a small mining town into one of the US’s best-loved ski resorts.

Ski season runs from late November until April, with up to 14 ft of snow per year. The resort is best reached from Montrose regional airport, which hosts direct flights from 12 major US cities in season, or via Denver into Telluride’s own small airport. As with many US ski towns, there’s plenty to do in summer too, when daily temperatures in the mid-70s create the perfect conditions for hiking, biking, and golf.

Ski and snowboard

Telluride is unique among the West’s many great ski resorts as it encompasses a purpose-built resort village as well as the historic town. Mountain village is a little way up from the Main Street, but there’s a free gondola linking the two (the first of it’s kind in the USA). In addition to this, efficient resort shuttles mean that you don’t need to worry about parking in the snow or driving from slope to chalet. Once you arrive you’re all set to enjoy the great outdoors sans automobile.

The mountain itself has terrain for all abilities and welcomes skiers and snowboarders alike. Almost 60% of the mountain is given over to beginner and intermediate, which makes Telluride a great choice for families with a mix of ages and abilities, including complete beginners. Advanced skiers needn’t worry; the remaining 40% is made up of challenging slopes, bowls terrain parks for snowboarders and even four hike-to backcountry ski areas for experts.

Explore the eerie ghost town of Alta

Relics from the mining heyday of the area, you can visit several abandoned towns and camps from Telluride. Alta is one of the most well known and can be accessed via snowmobile tour or on cross-country skis. Many of the town’s wooden buildings are still standing, including the boarding house and miner’s cabins. If you’re not an experienced Nordic skier then a snowmobile tour is a great option—the ride is fast and thrilling and you’ll get to enjoy some great scenery along the way. In the summer months, you can reach the area by mountain bike or 4x4.

Summer adventures

While winter attracts snow-lovers in droves, summer in Telluride has plenty to recommend it.

Ride into the sunset

A horse trek into the beautiful countryside surrounding Telluride is a must for nature lovers. The town is almost entirely surrounded by National Parks which makes for miles upon miles of unspoiled land. You can join a guided trek through the San Juan mountains, and if you’re not an experienced rider you don’t have to worry, there are options for all abilities. For people that really don’t enjoy the thought of getting on horseback or younger children, there are wagon rides to enjoy too.

Happy hour every hour

Hiking and biking

Once the snow has melted this corner of the Rockies draws avid mountain bikers from across the country. Trails wind down former mining tracks, along mountain ridges and through the beautiful Uncompahgre National Forest. For less confident riders, a spin along the San Miguel River Trail offers lots of great views with much less exertion. If you’re lucky you might spot a herd of elk grazing in the distance.

Experience the luxury of our Telluride rentals

Our homes in the Telluride are divided between chalets and luxury condos in Mountain Village with easy access to the slopes, and homes in the historic town of Telluride, a short gondola ride away from the ski hill, yet close to all the amenities of Main Street.

Mountain Village Rentals

If you’re looking for ski-in, ski-out accommodation in Telluride, our Mountain Village rentals will be perfect for you. Some of our homes on the mountain have private hot tubs to soothe tired muscles after a day on the slopes, while others have access to shared resort-style amenities, including steam rooms, heated pool, fitness room and ski lockers. Sleeping up to 10 guests, with bunk beds for kids and plenty of room in communal living areas, our Mountain Village retreats are ideal for a family skiing holiday.

Homes in Telluride Town

If you and your travel buddies prefer to mix days on the mountain with days in town or exploring the surrounding countryside then why not opt for our downtown Telluride house rentals ? Main Street is just a short gondola ride away from the ski hill and is packed with relaxed restaurants, friendly pubs, and charming boutiques. Our homes are luxurious cozy and comfortable, with open fires, inviting beds and chef-level kitchens where you can prepare a hearty breakfast before spending the day exploring the great outdoors.

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