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High Point Hideaway | Secluded Hot Tub

Casa entera - Anfitrión: Adam & Kayla
6 huéspedes3 habitaciones3 camas1 baño
Alojamiento entero
(casa): será solo para ti.
Adam & Kayla tiene la categoría de Superhost
Los Superhosts son anfitriones con experiencia y valoraciones excelentes que se esfuerzan para que la estancia de sus huéspedes sea siempre perfecta.
Ubicación fantástica
El 100 % de los últimos huéspedes han valorado con 5 estrellas la ubicación.
Normas de la casa
El anfitrión no admite mascotas ni permite celebrar fiestas ni fumar.
This authentic a-frame cabin located in Breckenridge, Colorado brings you a charming mountain experience.

Instagram @highpointhideaway

El espacio
Acquiring one of the few a-frame cabins left in Summit County, we had the great opportunity to hold onto the dream of this early 1970's build in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Transitioning from renters to owners of this special property, we wanted to keep its original feel while while making necessary updates. Previously, this home's main heat source was an elegant wood-burning stove that sat as a centerpiece in the living area. The original stove can still be found residing in the northwest corner of the cabin with a new purpose, while updated heating units have been installed to make the winters a little more comfortable. Other new additions to our home include an upgraded kitchen with quartz countertops, open concept and new cookware. New flooring and furniture throughout help create the relaxing environment we search for in our escape to the mountains. While we appreciate the solitude, we brought in new electronics, Wi-Fi and streaming tv for those times you need to be connected. Lastly, the spiral staircase was updated to ensure stability when leading to the loft.

Outdoors, you will find a private hot tub steps off the deck, nestled off the south end of the house in a forest setting. You can enjoy your early morning coffee here with fresh mountain air or late nights with clear skies and bright stars above.

We treasure this unique property and want to share with others who we know will fall in love with it as we have.

Acceso de los huéspedes
You will gain access via an onsite lockbox with a code given prior to your arrival.

Otros aspectos a destacar
Good Neighbor Guidelines
The Good Neighbor Guidelines are a code of ethics for Summit County visitors staying in a short-term vacation rental unit. These guidelines help ensure that our community remains safe, enjoyable and beautiful for everyone who lives, works and plays in Summit County.

24-Hour Responsible Agent Contact Information: If at any time you have concerns about your stay, or in regard to your neighbors, please call the 24-hour contact number listed in the rental lease agreement or posted in the property. In the event of an emergency, call 911.

Wildfire Safety and Prevention: Wildfire is a serious risk here, and fire restrictions may be in place, depending on conditions and time of year. Even if fire restrictions are not in place, be vigilant: Only use approved outdoor devices, and ensure that a responsible adult is always present until a fire is out cold.

Visitors must check to see whether fire restrictions are in effect before lighting a fire outdoors, smoking outdoors, or using outdoor grills, barbecues or stoves. Visit SummitCounty website to find current fire restrictions and other wildfire prevention information.

In the event of a wildfire, sign up to receive emergency information at SCAlert.org.
Respect for Wildlife: Summit County is blessed with a diversity of wildlife, including bears, elk, moose, mountain lions, marmots, bighorn sheep, mountain goats and beavers. It can be exciting to view Colorado's wildlife, but it is important to do so at a safe distance. Most dangerous and potentially harmful encounters with wildlife occur because people fail to leave animals alone. Wildlife should not be harassed, captured, domesticated or fed.
Intentional or inadvertent feeding is the major cause of most wildlife problems. It is illegal in Colorado to intentionally place or distribute feed, salt blocks or other attractants for large animals. Please see the attached wildlife fact sheet for more information about your responsibilities related to wildlife.

Respect for Neighbors: Please be friendly and courteous, and treat your neighbors as you would like to be treated. Respect your neighbors and their property.
Noise and Outdoor Lighting: Be considerate of the neighborhood and your neighbors’ right to the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of their home and property, especially after 11 p.m. The Summit County Sherriff’s Office may be contacted if Summit County's noise ordinance is not followed. Do not direct outdoor lighting toward neighbors' homes, and do not leave outdoor lights on when you check out.

Maintenance of Property: Be sure to keep the property clean, presentable and free of trash and debris.

Trash and Recycling: Place all trash and recycling in the designated containers stored indoors, in order to prevent issues for wildlife or snow removal operators. Your Responsible Agent must provide a County-approved trash disposal and collection plan. Please see the attached fact sheet for guidelines on accepted materials for recycling. If your Responsible Agent does not provide recycling bins, visit HighCountryConservation.org to find the locations of Summit County’s free recycling drop-off centers in Breckenridge, Frisco, Dillon and Silverthorne. Cigarette butts should be properly extinguished, cooled and disposed of in a trash receptacle.

Parking & Traffic Safety: All vehicles must park in the designated parking spaces provided. Do not park on roadways, lawns or in a manner that blocks driveways, sidewalks, alleys or mailboxes. Observe posted speed limits and watch for children and pedestrians. A copy of the County-approved parking plan for the this rental property must be provided to all renters in the rental agreement and posted in a prominent location within the property.
Maximum Capacity: This short-term rental unit has a maximum capacity of _10__ overnight guests, and this limit cannot be exceeded for any reason.

Driving Conditions: The combination of extreme weather conditions and steep grades can create treacherous driving conditions in Colorado's mountains. Summit County roads are only plowed once per day and can become impassable. It is highly recommended that your vehicle be equipped with the following, September through May: 4WD or AWD. snow tires or mud/snow tires (M+S) with minimum 1/8 inch tread, functioning defrosts (front and back), sturdy ice scraper and snow brush, windshield fluid rated for 0 degrees F or colder, shovel, gloves, boots and other winter clothing.
In winter conditions, give plow trucks extra space, do not pass plow trucks, drive slowly, increase your following distance from other vehicles, avoid stopping on an uphill slope, use the left lane only for passing, and never use cruise control.

If weather conditions require, CDOT will implement a Traction Law on state highways (e.g., I-70, U.S.
Hwy. 6, and Colo. Hwy. 9). Under a Traction Law, motorists will need to have either snow tires, M+S tires, or a four-wheel/all-wheel drive vehicle. All tires must have a minimum 1/8 inch tread. Motorists driving with inadequate equipment could be fined more than $130. If a motorist blocks the roadway because they have inadequate equipment during a Traction Law, they could be fined more than $650.

Pets: If pets are allowed in your rental unit, you must promptly clean-up after pets, prevent excessive and prolonged barking, and keep pets from roaming the neighborhood or harassing wildlife. Control aggressive pets and be sure to abide by the local leash laws. Dogs must be on leashes when on the Summit County Recreational Pathway System. Store pet food indoors in a secure container to reduce the likelihood of attracting wildlife and pests.

Tenant/Guest Responsibility: Approved guests and visitors are expected to follow the Good Neighbor Guidelines. Be sure to read your rental agreement for additional terms and restrictions, which may include consequences for failures to abide by the Good Neighbor Guidelines.

Número de permiso
BCA-43752
This authentic a-frame cabin located in Breckenridge, Colorado brings you a charming mountain experience.

Instagram @highpointhideaway

El espacio
Acquiring one of the few a-frame cabins left in Summit County, we had the great opportunity to hold onto the dream of this early 1970's build in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Transitioning from renters to owners of this special prop…
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Distribución de las camas

Habitación 1
1 cama king
Habitación 2
1 cama queen
Habitación 3
1 cama king

Servicios

Cocina
Wifi
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Aire acondicionado
Jacuzzi
Zona de trabajo
Secadora
TV por cable
Televisor con cable estándar
Ganchos de ropa

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Breckenridge, Colorado, Estados Unidos

Named Breckenridge Heights for a reason, you can find this neighborhood East of the downtown area of Breckenridge climbing the mountains towards Boreas Pass. As the roads do turn to dirt before you reach the house, four-wheel drive vehicles are mandatory in the winter. A trail can be found for a 25 minute walk into the town, but be prepared for the uphill walk back at the town's elevation of nearly 10,000' or have your uber/lyft ready.

Anfitrión: Adam & Kayla

Se registró en julio de 2014
  • 140 reseñas
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Durante tu estadía
We are available via phone or email for any questions or concerns you have before and during your stay.
Adam & Kayla es Superanfitrión
Los Superanfitriones tienen mucha experiencia, tienen valoraciones excelentes y se esfuerzan al máximo para ofrecerles a los huéspedes estadías maravillosas.
  • Número de póliza: BCA-43752
  • Idioma: English
  • Índice de respuesta: 93%
  • Tiempo de respuesta: en menos de una hora
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Reglas de la casa
Llegada: A partir de las 16:00
Salida: 10:00
Acceso sin restricción de horario con caja de seguridad con llaves
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
Está prohibido hacer fiestas o eventos
Salud y seguridad
Se aplican las pautas de distanciamiento social de Airbnb y otras pautas relacionadas con el COVID-19
Cámara de seguridad/dispositivo de grabación Mostrar más
Piscina/jacuzzi sin puertas ni cerraduras
Alarma de monóxido de carbono
Alarma de humo
Política de cancelación