A peaceful, cozy spot to relax and enjoy in one of the most scenic areas of Boulder. Wonderful hiking trails and a state park are minutes away. Pets are allowed, dogs only. Kindly let us know if you are bringing a dog. No charge for children three and under. It's a separate apartment, attached to our home, private entrance, no shared spaces. Please read the entire listing description. Note that there is a kitchenette (no stove or hotplate). An outdoor gas bbq grill is available for guests.
“You can tell that Susan takes pride in providing good hospitality. She is available for her guests, yet in a very unobtrusive way. (She just wrote to me via the air bnb platform once a day to ask if we needed anything.) Her guest home is very clean and is well outfitted with the basics. The only part that could have been better is that the kitchen lacks a stovetop. She does provide a microwave, fridge and sink. I enjoyed the tour guide book she put together - There are some excellent suggestions in there. I also liked the vibe and decor - she is a potter and I believe that she crafted many of the decor pieces and kitchenwares.”
This basement apartment is completely private to guests (The upstairs is inhabited by full time tenants) and is fully furnished and ready for you to unwind. Nestled midway between Denver and Boulder 5 minutes from Flatirons mall Perfect if you are looking for quiet retreat from Denver, Boulder, or the mountains Very 420 friendly :)
“I could not beleive someone on 2020 still owned a wii but it was cool #throwitback the bed super comfy the penguins om the wall were cool felt like i was in happy feet 3 but idk how to dance so it was awkward. The mcdonalds out there sucks avoid it. But the air bnb was sweet . We had a great time watching reno 911 and throwing away our food because it waa dumpster food. Thanks chad.”
No extra charges for this bedroom with a private deck nestled by the mountains next door to Eben Fine Park and Boulder Creek. Trails in 3 directions, a few steps from my door. Walk to Pearl Street Mall, CU and Chautauqua.
“For a cheap daily fee we were well accommodated and we'll situated a shirt walk from multiple hiking trails, a museum, and a nice local hub in Boulder. You can also rent a car for a day and drive up to a national park about an hour away, just the scenary during the drive is beautiful to behold. Stewart was easy to contact, easy to converse with, and has an expansive book collection. If you're interested, I'm sure he'd love to engage and converse with guests.”