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Escape the Crowds and Enjoy Your own Private View, Saddle

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5.0 / 5Exceptional
2 reviews


  • Kitchen
  • Pet Friendly
  • Fireplace


What's nearby

  • Airport
    Pagosa Springs, CO (PGO-Stevens Field)
    22 min drive
  • Popular Location
    Stevens Reservoir
    33 min drive
  • Popular Location
    Piedra River Hot Springs
    84 min drive
  • Popular Location
    Piedra River Trail
    98 min drive

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    About this area

    Pagosa Springs

    This cabin is located in Pagosa Springs. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Weminuche Wilderness and Stevens Reservoir, while Fred Harman Art Museum and Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts are cultural highlights.

    Popular Location

    What's nearby

    • Stevens Reservoir - 33 min drive
    • Pagosa Springs Golf Club - 39 min drive
    • Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts - 40 min drive
    • Piedra River Hot Springs - 84 min drive
    • Piedra River Trail - 98 min drive

    Getting around

    • Durango, CO (DRO-La Plata County) - 87 min drive

    About this property

    Escape the Crowds and Enjoy Your own Private View, Saddle

    Check out our sister cabins: vrbo 1367972 vrbo 1371771 Saddle Cabin With fun cowboy décor, this cabin will make you want to kick off your boots and stay awhile! This elegant log cabin features, granite countertops, hardwood floors, and complemented by dark plush furniture in the living room. Guests can kick back on the comfy couch and enjoy the warmth of the fireplace while watching a favorite series on the flat-screen TV. Several windows offer generous amounts of natural light, as well as stunning views of the snow caped mountains. Between one bedroom and sleeper sofa, this cabin comfortably sleeps up to four guests. The bedroom features a queen-size bed and the sleeper sofa is a full. Over in the fully-equipped kitchen, there is plenty of counter space making it easy to prepare a home-cooked meal together. The space also features a stove top, a toaster oven, a fridge, a microwave, and a coffeemaker in addition to all the necessary dishware and cookware. There is seating for four at the dining table. Guests can use the fee Wi-Fi to stay connected and there is also cable TV for indoor entertainment. After a day of in the outdoors, guests can warm up next to either the wood fire place in the pavilion or the cozy fireplace in their private cabin. Guests are welcome to use the separate custom recreational entertainment pavilion has been designed to include a massive river rock fireplace, complete kitchen with stove top oven and outdoor grill, Bar/Island, dining and living room that is left open to capture the majestic mountain views. There is enough seating for 8 people at the bar and 6 people at the table. Or cozy up near the fire in a leather rocking chair! Located near the Piedra River, Williams Resevoir and hiking, biking and other trails at your back door. This cabin has a private, "tucked away" feel while still being very close to the other 2 cabins and a pavilion. THE PAGOSA LIFESTYLE 15 minute drive to downtown Pagosa Springs, Home to the famous Pagosa Hot Springs and a 45 minute drive to Wolf Creek Ski Area, known for the “Most Snow in Colorado,” Pagosa Springs offers year-round recreational activites. From downhill and cross country skiing, to snowmobiling, hunting, fishing, hiking and mountain biking, Pagosa Springs is a recreational mecca for visitors and residents hailing from around the world. An impressive variety of cultural events, shops and restaurants can also be found in this charming mountain town that has yet to be overcome by the crowds of its Colorado resort counterparts. NEARBY EXCURSIONS Piedra River Trail Just a 2 minute ride down the road. Piedra River Trail is a 7.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail. Williams Reservoir This 508-acre mountain lake imparts fine fishing for rainbow trout, brook trout and kokanee salmon. In the morning and evening hours, bank fishing, a float-tube or canoe affords sufficient access to surface-feeding fish, while during breezy afternoons, a sturdy motorboat provides superior safety. ATV enthusiasts enjoy Poison Park Road which is several miles or traveling to East Fork Road to enjoy this four-wheel drive-only road to Silver Falls. The bustling town of Durango lies 60 miles west of Pagosa Springs, while Mesa Verde and Chimney Rock Archaeological Parks are a short drive away.

    Entire place

    You'll have the entire cabin to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

    Property amenities


    Internet access

    Parking and transportation

    Onsite parking


    Coffee/tea maker


    1 bedroom
    Bed sheets provided
    Sofa bed


    1 bathroom
    Shower/tub combination
    Hair dryer
    Towels provided

    Living spaces

    Dining room




    Smoke-free property

    Services and conveniences

    Iron/ironing board


    Sleeps 4


    5 - Excellent
    4 - Good
    3 - Okay
    2 - Mediocre
    1 - Poor

    5/5 Excellent

      Great little cabin!

      We loved staying here! It's a little ways outside of Pagosa Springs and it's so worth it! The cabin is quaint and well appointed. There are so many little touches that helped make it feel like home for our stay. We were so happy to be able to bring our dog with us and while it was freezing outside, the fireplace kept us nice and warm. The views are outstanding. Come and stay here; you won't be disappointed! Thanks for a great stay!

      5/5 Excellent

        Unique log cabin with a gorgeous view

        We were able to book this cabin for a week almost last minute at the end of July. The cabin felt nearly brand new and everything was pristine. The view out of the front door looks out onto wide open ranch land surrounded by gorgeous mountains. A small stream flows right across the dirt road that leads to the cabins, which you can hear from the front porch. The Piedra Falls were close by and were a short hike - this was our favorite hike. We also hiked Four Mile Falls (about an hour's drive on dirt roads), which were taller falls, but didn't have as much water as Piedra. I did a little fishing in the Piedra River just down the road and also in Williams Creek Reservoir. FYI - there's a general store a couple minutes drive up the road where you can buy supplies and a fishing license. We drove to Mesa Verde National Park as part of a day trip, which was really neat and worth the visit. We spent plenty of time on the cabin's porch and saw a few deer in the evenings. I added some nectar to the hummingbird feeder and started a war between seven hummingbirds on accident. Great for photos, though ;) The cabin itself is relatively small, but had everything we needed. It does not have AC or heat, but in the summer it was perfectly fine. We used the fireplace a few times for fun. The bathroom isn't pictured for this cabin at the time of this review, but it's also nicely decorated, the shower has great pressure and is instantly hot. One of my only complaints about this entire cabin is that the shower is a bit dark due to lack of lighting above and a thick shower curtain, but it was do-able. My other complaint is that the wifi is centered in the middle cabin (bear themed cabin), so the signal in this cabin is really only available if you hold your phone against the wall or go outside. Since we were trying to escape the craziness of daily life, we were ok with this. FYI - the coffee maker has a reusable filter and extra paper filters, so no need to bring your own unless they get thrown out, and there is a blender also available for use. We definitely hope to be back here in the future! It was very relaxing and quite (except for the occasional "mooo" from nearby cattle ranches).

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