Description of Glamping Units
This pet-friendly cabin rental is the perfect spot for a secluded glamping escape near Marble, Colorado. Up to eight happy glampers and their furry friends can be accommodated here, with 1,000 square feet of luxury. There is a master bedroom with a queen bed, as well as a sleeping loft with a double and twin bed, a private half-bath, and with access from a spiral staircase.
The full-size kitchen is stocked with all the utensils, dishes and cookware that glampers will need to ensure their stay is as comfortable as possible. The full-size bathroom downstairs also has a washer and dryer. For extra guests, there are two hide-a-beds in the large living area.
Located at 8,000-foot elevation and walking distance to town, fishing and children's playground, this is the perfect vacation rental to rediscover loved ones, be they human or animal! Read More
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Private bathroom
- Queen-size bed
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Twin/Single Bed
This rental features many facilities and amenities to ensure that guests have a comfortable and luxury camping experience, including a washer/dryer, a BBQ grill, a coffeemaker, satellite television, and Wi-Fi.
Pets are more than welcome but have to be approved by the hosts first, and guests will have to pay an additional fee of $10.
Guests under the age of 16 are welcome to stay for free, and rates are based on double occupancy. For each additional guests over the age of 16, there is a $20 fee.
Rates are subject to change. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Take a vacation in scenic and historic Marble Colorado in the Crystal River Valley near Aspen. The private setting in the woods offers scenic views of White House, Treasure Mountain and fishing on the Crystal River and Beaver Lake is just a walk away. Hike the famous Yule Marble Quarry, jeep to the Crystal Mill, visit artist galleries, mountain bike or simply just relax and enjoy the fresh air on a private deck.
The cabin is in the North West corner of the original Township of Marble, Colorado. Marble lies in a sleepy little valley which runs East and West at an elevation of 8,000 feet on the western slope of Colorado. The town is flanked by a valley on each side of the Crystal River. Crested Butte is South and East of Marble, Aspen is an hour away, Carbondale is 40 minutes, and Paonia and Glenwood Springs are both an hour away too. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
Guests can bring their horses for an additional fee or deposit but must request availability, as there are fenced pastures on-site, as well as a horse trailer parking and riding trails.
- Horseback riding
- Winter sports
The Crystal River Valley slowly becomes alive and green, the snow slowly melts and the river rises, and life is abundant again. Many trails become free of snow providing access to many of the peaks that are around Marble. The Crystal River, Carbonate Creek, and Beaver Lake are within walking distance of the cabin, where guests can fish, raft, play with kids in the water, or just sit on the bank and listen to the boulders roll down the river bed. For the more adventurous, Yule Lakes and Geneva Lake offer native fish, cut-throat, and brookies.
Guests can explore Lead King Basin Loop where they can take a walk or ride a horse or motorcycle, drive a 4x4 vehicle or let Marble Jeep Tours do the driving. Hat Mountain is also a great place to hike and Lizard Lake is a great place to admire from the cliffs above the lake, where guests may see eagles or their nests on the rocks.
By January, Marble is snowed in again, sometimes by November so it is the perfect time to snowshoe or cross country ski. A day of ice fishing can be fun on Beaver Lake and Marble has its own ice skating rink that is open to the public. For experts only, guests can ski at Mt. Daily, Mt Justice, Whitehouse Mt., McClure pass and Lead King Basin. For ice climbers, Milton Falls, Yule Falls, Crystal River Falls and Hays Creek Falls are all close and offer plenty of opportunities. Ice climbing is also spectacular in Redstone up Coal Creek Basin.