Thanks for a wonderful stay!
We keep trying to get back ,but its usually booked so book ahead.
We call it our little piece of heaven !!
I am so blessed to have this business and I hope to continue on for many years to come! Living in these beautiful Mountains and getting to meet different people, some with stories to share.........well.....it cant get much better then this. Annie
So excited to have been featured in this list! 19 years of catering to couples has paid off!.Make your reservations now before we fill up for summer and fall....our 2 most popular times of the year!
For those coming to visit Estes Park and RMNP! The babies are so cute but do not touch. If you are concerned you can always report the baby but do not touch them or remove them from where you found them. Enjoy our babies animals!!
"Now through June, newborn wildlife may be found in backyards, along trails, open spaces or even in parking lots.
The agency receives calls each year about youn...g wildlife that has been "abandoned" by adult animals. Many humans are tempted to "help" a young animal by picking it up or trying to feed it or taking it to rehabilitation facilities or to CPW offices, but that's the wrong thing to do.
Wildlife experts said it is normal for adult animals to leave their young alone in a safe place while they go search for food. Baby birds that appear abandoned may just be learning to fly and are likely very near their nests.
"Baby mammals are scentless in order to prevent predators from finding them. When humans touch these animals, they leave behind a scent their adults will not recognize or may even fear. This can result in true abandonment of healthy offspring.It is best for people to leave them alone."