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******** In March 2020 when the resort shut down, we gave anyone coming or that was already here, refunds for any nights they did not stay. We would do that again if it happens.
Old Town Lodge on Grand St
**Dog Friendly - 2 dogs welcome with a $35 per day per dog fee and $250 refundable pet deposit - - PLEASE NOTE WHEN BOOKING**
Sleeps up to 12
Bedroom 1: King bed
Bedroom 2: Queen bed
Bedroom 3: Queen bed
Bedroom 4: Two bunk beds and trundle day bed (6 twin beds)
2,717 square feet
Huge yard to let your dog roam around off leash
Small, fenced in dog run
Washer and dryer
A few blocks from Butcherknife park
Walk to downtown for shopping, restaurants, Core Trail, Emerald Mountain, Yampa River, and the free bus stop to take you to the base area
3-4 parking spots on driveway (based on size of vehicles)
Old Town Lodge on Grand St is a great spot for a Steamboat vacation. Located in a quiet neighborhood in downtown Steamboat, you are still walking distance to shopping, restaurants, pubs, biking on Emerald Mountain, skiing or more at Howelsen Hill, biking or walking the Core Trail, tubing or fishing the Yampa River and more. Relax at home with family, friends and even your furry canine companions, or take a stroll to the main part of downtown and/or jump on the bus for a free ride to the base area of the mtn and the Steamboat resort. In the summer time you are a short walk away from the Saturday Farmer’s Market where you can shop local and eat delicious food from local restaurants.
This vintage Old Town Steamboat single family home has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a huge yard, private patio with a bbq grill and a small, fenced dog run.
This large, 2 level home lays out very well for vacations with living areas downstairs and bedrooms upstairs. It is kept very toasty with both a gas stove and wood burning fireplace. The main level offers 2 separate living areas, a dining area and kitchen. One living area features the wood burning fireplace, a large flat screen TV and ample comfy seating to watch your game or show of choice. The second living area has the gas stove and also has plenty of comfy seating. It’s a great spot to kickback, relax and read a book.
The dining area offers plenty of seating for the whole group all in one place to enjoy a meal, do a puzzle or play one of the provided board games or cards. There is a both a large, booth style dining table, as well as counter seating with 4 stools.
The fully stocked kitchen has everything you will need to make a meal.
There is a full bathroom on the main level with a shower.
All 4 bedrooms are on the upper level. The master offers a king bed, bedrooms 2 and 3 both have queen beds and bedroom 4 is the bunk room and features two bunk beds as well as a trundle day bed, 6 twin beds total.
There is a full bathroom on the upper level with a tub/shower combo.
Old Town Lodge on Grand St has a washer and dryer for your convenience.
There are three-four parking spaces based on the size of your vehicle outside of the property.
Most mountain residences, including this property, do not have air conditioning. Fans are provided for your comfort.
Check-in time: 4:00 pm
Check-out time: 10:00 am
Airport transportation, ski concierge, babysitting, grocery delivery, restaurant reservations and other concierge services available upon request.
PacknPlays Available Upon Request. Based on Availability
NO PARTIES OR LOUD NOISE TOLERATED
Originally started as a Colorado summer resort destination, Steamboat Springs has become renowned for its world-class skiing and mountain biking options. And your Steamboat Springs vacation rental will put your family in the middle of it all.
Suit up for fun winter activities such as skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, biking, sledding, ice climbing and fishing, to name a few. The city houses two ski areas – the Steamboat Springs Ski Area and Howelsen Hill, Colorado's oldest continuously operated ski area. Or you can simply play in the smooth, dry snow, referred to as Champagne Powder, for which Steamboat is known.
Mountain biking is huge in Steamboat Springs. Known as Bike Town USA, the city has trails and rides for all ages and skill levels. Hundreds of miles of single track are available, as well as more than 50 miles of downhill and freeride bike terrain.