Built in 1910, this homestead was one of the earliest in the burgeoning village of Estes Park. Snuggled in amoung towering pines and aspen trees on a rolling acre, the property offers expansive views of Lumpy Ridge, Mummy Mountain, Mt Olympus, and the Estes Valley.
We are only a 5 minute drive to Rocky Mountain National Park. Surrounding footpaths meant for bikes, skateboards, and dogs are all around us. The path is directly out front of property. These paths allow for a short, scenic walk to all nearby Estes Attractions. Less than 1 mile to DOWNTOWN.
As we go into our 7th year of operating this AWESOME business, expect only the best treatment.
Having a Family Reunion or Wedding? Call the Rustic Acre "HOME BASE" while in Estes. For large groups, call me to discuss pricing and all of the possibilities. Hikes, Bikes, Music, Catering, Kegs, etc.
The Rustic Acre
650 S. Saint Vrain Ave
Estes Park, CO 80517
Jason & Joanne Miller
U.S. Mail Address is P.O. BOX 1966
Estes Park, CO 80517
Original Homestead - Circa 1910
Jason & Joanne Miller bought this former Bed & Breakfast in September of 2013. It is no longer a B & B, but It is a whole lot more. They have spent countless hours making everything just perfect. There is 1 acre of ground consisting of a Large River Rock firepit, Natural gas grill, Kegerator, Multiple decks with plenty of seating and great views of the mountains. All Seven units are tastefully decorated in a rustic but eloquent decor complete with Private entrances, Patios, Jacuzzi Tubs, and Wi-Fi in all units. 4 units have full kitchens and the other three have Mini fridges, Keurig Coffee Machines, and Microwaves.
Each with its own rustic feel and charm, you are sure to find the right unit for you.
When you come to The Rustic Acre, take off your work shirt and put on a smile, because YOU WILL LOVE IT HERE!!!
VRBO Bear stayed here...
We spent a long weekend in a cozy cabin with great views of the surrounding mountains. It was a peaceful and beautiful setting for a visit. When we first arrived, there were elk in the front yard. The owner, Jason, left special treats for our arrival and was helpful with our questions. We arrived during the quiet season in Estes Park, after a recent snowfall, so there was still snow on the ground. We walked down the street to the local bar and grill (Cables), where we met several of the locals and had a good time. The cabin was close to shopping and downtown, and a short drive from the Rocky Mountain National Park. Just a great location. After a day out, we enjoyed the relaxing jacuzzi tub. The kitchen was well equipped with cooking oils and spices and all the pots and pans we could need. We prepared several meals at home. The living room was cozy and the loft upstairs sleeps two. Two more could sleep in the living room sofa which opens up into a bed. The deck outside looked like it would be awesome in warmer weather, but it was cold enough that we mostly stayed inside. We had a great vacation in the mountains and are planning our next trip.