Brent


Brent

Just back from a week in Estes Park – our first time visiting and seeing RMNP. Fabulous week!!! We stayed in Accommodation #5, the Ponderosa, which feels like a small lodge. It’s a beautiful home with lots of suave for the group you’re with to spread out. We had our younger children still at home and our son (and his family) join us, we filled up the hone fir sure but it accommodated is well. It was very, very clean and the rustic charm made us feel at home – half wished it were winter and could have gotten used to the large rock fireplace that anchors the primary gathering space. Parking is a bit challenging as you have to back down the long approach if you’ve pulled up close to the park. Also, we have kids in wheelchairs and getting into and out of the hone was a bit challenging, but that is our unique issue. I highly recommend the property and Andersen to anyone coming to the area with a larger group. We WILL be back!!!
2019-12-19T12:04:45-07:00
Just back from a week in Estes Park – our first time visiting and seeing RMNP. Fabulous week!!! We stayed in Accommodation #5, the Ponderosa, which feels like a small lodge. It’s a beautiful home with lots of suave for the group you’re with to spread out. We had our younger children still at home and our son (and his family) join us, we filled up the hone fir sure but it accommodated is well. It was very, very clean and the rustic charm made us feel at home – half wished it were winter and could have gotten used to the large rock fireplace that anchors the primary gathering space. Parking is a bit challenging as you have to back down the long approach if you’ve pulled up close to the park. Also, we have kids in wheelchairs and getting into and out of the hone was a bit challenging, but that is our unique issue. I highly recommend the property and Andersen to anyone coming to the area with a larger group. We WILL be back!!!