HomeColoradoEstes Park, CO → StoneBrook Resort
Booking.com

StoneBrook Resort in Estes Park, CO

StoneBrook Resort in Estes Park, CO

Specialties

StoneBrook offers riverside lodging accommodations 2 miles central to the Downtown Village & Fall River Entrance to RMNP, along State Hwy 34.

Our property is reserved for adults and we welcome loving couples to visit our peaceful place.  We offer self-catered Cottages & Riversuites set upon on a distinguished mountainside riverfront.

All of our Cottages & Riversuites have Kitchens, Fireplaces, and most have indoor Jacuzzis and Private Hot Tubs outside.  We broadcast a Wi-Fi signal, subscribe to Cable TV, and have a DVD library for more ways to spend time inside.  Outside, one could also Hike, Bike, Fish, Paint, Read, Relax, and Renew!
Call on us as your ambassadors to the area and allow us to assist in planning your stay with us here at StoneBrook in Estes Park, Colorado!

History

Established in 2006.

Before StoneBrook, this land/business was known as Trails West on the River.  Trails West had 4 generations of the same family running their enterprise before selling to investors that re-named, re-modeled, and re-vitalized the units, business, and culture of what is now StoneBrook.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 4.73

Address: 1710 Fall River Rd, Estes Park, CO, 80517
  • Mon: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tue: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wed: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thu: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Fri: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sat: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sun: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Hotels in Estes Park, CO

Relevant

Map:

Comments (11):

1. Brandon K.
Very nice resort, Great customer service!

Cabin number 5 had a great view of the river.

20/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Brittany R.
My bf and I stayed here in October 2011, I meant to review it long ago but I'm lazy. We waited until the last minute to book a place and I am so glad we did because we would have never found StoneBrook Resort. We pulled up late to the smell of pine and a fire burning. The guy inside was super friendly! Which is huge to me because people suck at customer service and smiles these days. I can't say enough good things about this place, it was one of the least expensive we found, which is absurd since we got our cabin with a tv, fireplace, a kitchen (with a dishwasher) our OWN jacuzzi hammocks and it was along the river. The shampoo smelt like pine trees, needless to say I brought some home with me. They even have games and dvds that you can borrow. The ONLY issue we had was our jacuzzi was making weird noises in the middle of the last night as though it had been possessed, the bf called up front at 3 am and the guy answered and came out immediately. We heard him outside and I give him credit for trying but he didn't fix the problem. My bf gave it a good punch and it hushed. I'm not one to do return visits, there's just too much else out there to see, but this is a place I could see myself coming back to every year!

16/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Laura K.
We have stayed in many cabins in Estes Park throughout the years and this one is our new FAVORITE!!  We were in Cabin #8 which has been remodeled and is very charming.  There's a private hot tub that overlooks the Fall River and the cabin floor plan is great, too!  

I had to call the front desk a couple different times (even before checking in) and they couldn't have been more friendly or accomodating!

As another reviewer mentioned, it is a great location - on the river, close to both town and Rocky Mountain National Park.

The only thing I 'thought' was an issue was we had no cell phone service in our cabin.  At first this was frustrating, but I realized it turned out to be a wonderful thing and added even more enjoyment to our getaway!

21/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Larren M.
This is a great little get away spot. Far enough away from town to get away from the tourist spots, but close enough to make a run to the store if you need to.

We had a very enjoyable time. The cabins were very nice and they were remodeling quite a few of them to make them even better. One of the cool features of this place is each cabin is about 20 yards from the edge of the river. So for you fly fishermen out there it doesn't get much better. I spent a lot of time out there casting flies. Another great aspect of this place is you are just down the road from two entrances to RMNP (Rocky Mountain National Park). Bonus!

The amenities were great and the staff was very attentive to the guests needs. I would definitely return.

02/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
5. Brenna R.
We just returned from a very relaxing 3 nights at StoneBrook, and I'm already trying to figure out when to return! My boyfriend and I decided to stay in Colorado for Christmas rather than brave the airports and travel stress during the holidays. This was exactly the unwinding I needed.

To start, our cabin (#2) was probably the most secluded, situated at the end of the property. Our private deck and outdoor hot tub faced the Fall River and a little snow-covered mountainside. The unit itself had a comfy king bed, hardwood floors, jacuzzi tub, French doors, gas fireplace, and kitchenette, as well as a propane BBQ grill outside. The pictures do not do it justice -- it is even cozier and cuter than I pictured. The amenities were nice -- we were able to stock up at the Safeway in town and enjoy some meals in the room; we also brought a few bottles of wine and our own coffee to make (they supply Folgers in the room, but we're coffee snobs!). Of course we enjoyed a few meals in Estes Park and cocktails up at the historic Stanley Hotel one night, but having the flexibility to stay in was very nice. We thoroughly enjoyed unplugging and relaxing during our stay, lounging in front of the fireplace and in the hot tub. Note: the fireplace is what heats the unit, and it gives off more than enough heat! Very cozy.

The property is a quick drive to Rocky Mountain National Park, a must-see in Estes. Mike recommended a great ski shop in town where we rented snowshoes for the day and enjoyed Bear Lake and nearby trails in RMNP. StoneBrook is also close to downtown Estes Park, which is a fun but touristy strip of shops, cafes, and restaurants.

Some other reviewers commented on the thin walls -- we noticed that as well one night when we could hear our neighbors snoring. It wasn't really an issue for us (we're both heavy sleepers and were so relaxed otherwise), but there isn't really any white-noise given the unit doesn't have an A/C and the heating comes from the gas fireplace. Not an issue for us, but something to consider. Also, this place is adults-only , which was great for us -- added to the quiet! But know before you go.

Although we completely enjoyed our stay, a small few touches would make this place truly luxurious:

1) Robes would be nice, especially with the hot tub and jacuzzi. We packed ours, but it would be nice to include 2 in the room. The same goes for upgrading the towels -- even getting some nicer towels at TJ Maxx or a similar discount store would increase the feeling of luxury. On the plus side: I will say it was nice to have pool towels for the hot tub in addition to the bath towels.

2) More upscale bath products. Again, I packed my own toiletries, but the included soaps/shampoo/etc were very run-of-the-mill. Having more luxurious toiletries would again add to the luxury of the stay. Maybe using local products and having them for sale in the office? Same goes for the orange Softsoap handsoap in the kitchen.

Again, the above did not detract from our stay, but would increase the cushiness of the property. We truly loved our stay and hope to be back again!

28/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Kaitlyn F.
This was our first trip to Estes Park and we loved the area!  

Just stay here!!! It is on a river, the cabins are clean and equipped, their are hot tubs and Mike is tremendous!

I cannot say enough about the place.  We only spent two nights, but we were able to completely relax and unwind.  The cabins are right outside of "town", no less than a 5 minute drive.  We loved going out to grab food and sitting in our cabin with the fireplace going, making cookies and watching tv!  

The property backs up to the Rocky Mountain National Forest and you are able to climb/hike up to trails.  It isn't the easiest climb/hike, but definitely doable.

Mike was super knowledgeable about the area and had wonderful recommendations of things to do, places to eat, etc.

We would definitely come back!

10/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. L.T. G.
What a great place, that offers both scenic views and convenient to town, not to mention, very affordable.  Our room was spacious, clean and even had a small kitchen complete with pans, plates, silverware and a BBQ on the balcony. I would highly recommend staying here while in Estes Park.

27/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Jonathan F.
Our rate for the night was less than a nearby hotel, and we loved the room. We like the jacuzzi tub, and made use of the kitchen and grill. The location is fantastic: away from the main strip, but not too far away. We'll definitely be back.

29/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Mel N.
Love this place! Our first time at this cottage and we fell in love with it. Clean, quiet and absolutely beautiful! Used our private hot tub and enjoyed the amazing scenery. Saw wild turkeys and chipmonks along the river behind the cottage. We would stay here again no questions asked! Extremely romantic :)

26/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Rachael F.
Room: 10A

Hubby and I had a chance for a last minute get-away to Estes Park in early April.  We only had 2 week notice, and managed to find this place on Hotels.com for less than $400 for 3 nights.  It was far nicer than the pictures and description on their website and on Hotels.com .  On our last trip we rented a house so we could do laundry and cook our own meals for the week, but we only had 3 days to spend in Estest Park and found this place.  We will probably be coming back here again.

We stayed in 10A, which had a small kitchen, living area, small table, TV, fire place, private deck with grill and table, jacuzzi tub, full bathroom, and a king bed downstairs in the bedroom.  This room backs up to Fall River, so the deck overlooks it, and at the bottom of the stairs is a door to walk out to it.  It was sorta a cross between a hotel and an apartment.

It was far more spacious than we were expecting!  The bed was very comfortable, and everything was extremely clean.  It was in a great location for visits to RMNP, and very quiet.  The staff was also very nice.  We had a heat issue for the first two days where the heat was blasting and it was about 80F on the top floor, but luckily if was fine downstairs where the bed was.  We notified the front office, and I guess they fixed it b/c day 3 was fine.

My only complaint and reason for 4 stars and not 5 is that the kitchen equipment was very poor and limited.  The only non-stick pan was very small and so scratched up it was a health hazard and should be thrown away.  It had lost it's non-stick quality, so something as simple as making scrambled eggs was a disaster.  There are not enough pans/utensils to make a full meal, but if you grill, you could probably get away with making a side in the kitchen and the main entree on the grill.  It's not too bad for what a great deal this place it, but it's worth noting that cooking is rather difficult and should be limited to very basic and simile things.

Otherwise it was a wonderful stay, and we will likely book here again for quick trips to Estes Park.

04/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. Becky T.
I can't believe what a gem this place is! My husband and I stayed here for our wedding anniversary this year, and we chose it because it has not only a private hot tub but an in-room jetted tub as well. It is tucked away by a river, yet incredibly easy to find and just minutes from the grocery store and all the shopping and eateries Estes has to offer. Paula, who checked us in, was very kind, gracious, and friendly. The office has a small DVD library (complete with The Shining and Dumb & Dumber in case you're preparing for a tour of the Stanley during your visit), but Stonebrook is just a couple minutes from the grocery store which has a Redbox as well. The room was so beautiful and spacious with a nice, comfy bed and a love seat in front of the fireplace. This is the kind of place you want if you plan to hole up for the weekend and just relax with some peace and quiet. The value you get for the price is unbeatable. We so enjoyed our stay here, and we will absolutely be back!

28/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0