Cabin living at Estes Park Resort doesn't mean roughing it. With over 300 days of sunshine a year there's plenty of awesome outdoor activities that you can plan for. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised to see an elk or two from the balcony of your luxury suite. Wonderful for a wedding venue. Close to many beautiful sites RMNP; during the winter there is sledding there. Ask about my wedding week discount.
Guests are responsible to abide by the Resort rules and regulations. Basically just treat the place as if it was your own home. Units maximum occupancy is strictly enforced.
My husband and I are newly married, as many years go by I can still say that. We love exploring different places, especially tropical locations. We like snorkeling, hiking, swimming, church, traveling, and anything outdoors.
As an airbnb host I enjoy helping people. I like knowing that I could help their family have an amazing trip. When I bought into the Worldmark timeshares I loved being able to travel comfortably with my of my kids. (his mine and ours= now 13) Typically as the kids were little we would have to squeeze them in to a hotel room or two. That was not only family unfriendly but expensive. We traveled a lot and when we found out about the timeshare we jumped at the opportunity to own. Now that traveling slowed down kids grew up and moved away, I enjoy sharing my wonderful experiences with others by letting them use my timeshare. There are many locations. Don't hesitate to ask about them.