We stayed in a cabin and also had an A frame next door. It's not fancy, kind of reminds you of a 60's/70's era cabin but it was clean and provided for us what we needed. The location is close to eating, shopping and site seeing. The downside's were that in our unit the kitchen was about 5x5 and the door opened into the kitchen so you had to be careful that the fridge wasn't open or there wasn't someone cooking or doing dishes when you came in. Minor inconvenience. The cabin said it slept 6 but the futon was partially broken so to try and sleep on it with 2 people would have been impossible. We had one person on it and they just slept on the one side. The bath towels are small and are quite thin. We would recommend bringing some of your own. It's located next to some busy roads so you hear traffic all night but it's not terrible. Because of the few negatives I mentioned and the fact that it isn't as new and fancy as a nice hotel is why we didn't rate this higher. Our unit had a covered patio which was great since it rained off and on while we were there which meant we could still be outside. Overall a very experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Friendly Efficient Service in a Truly Colorado Environment! Rustic, Fun, Comfortable Cabins located on 3 acres of land with a bordering creek - most describe us as " a little bit of country, right in the middle of town."! At the Timber Lodge you feel like you are tucked away in the mountains but have the convenience of being close to area attractions, restaurants and shopping within walking distance. Great location for Family Reunions and large groups as well as fun family vacations! Centrally located to area tourist attractions, connections for bike trails close by, hiking and mountain biking access to Garden of the Gods and Red Rock Open Spaces. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Timber Hotel Colorado Springs