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Timber Creek Chalets in Estes Park, CO

Timber Creek Chalets in Estes Park, CO

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Company Info:

Rating: 3.40

Address: 2115 Fall River Rd, Estes Park, CO, 80517

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    Comments (5):

    1. c p.
    Just got back from a long weekend there with family.  The staff was nothing short of rude, not allowing anybody to check in until the original card holder arrived.  Then the lady said, "its to protect you."  Right, leave my family in the parking lot to protect me.  

    They made us practically beg for the essentials.  we were staying for 4 days but were only give one towel each, 2 kitchen towels and one roll of toilet paper.  We had to bring each dirty towel to the office to ask for a clean one.  When I asked for more toilet paper the first night we were given 2 rolls.  there was 8 of us, for 4 nights.  Thanks a lot people.  

    Just before checkout they told us we had to leave right away and practically kicked us out.  

    The accommodations were ok.   The patio was warped and had splintered boards popping up along with nails.  Nobody got hurt but I was surprised none of the kids didn't hurt there feet.  

    The cabin only had a few windows that opened so the ventilation was poor at best.  We had to open the doors to get the cool night air in (along with the bugs and mosquitoes.)  Lastly, the stairway leading down to the game room only had a light switch at the bottom. That way you have to head down the stairs with the lights out.  brilliant.  The washer also wasn't working when we showed up.

    I would not ever go back, there are way too many other options that must be better.  This place overall sucks.

    15/07/08 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Bart G.
    After looking at many places around Estes Park for my family to stay in on vacation, we decided on this.  We had 6 adults and 2 infants.  One of the main reasons we picked Timber Creek is that oddly enough it was dificult to find accomodations in Estes Park for 1 cabin to sleep 6 with 2 bathrooms.  We arrived and really enjoyed ourselves.  We had Cabin 9 up against the hiil side.  Spent one morning playing with chipmunks and rabits and taking pictures.  Very comfortable beds and very clean.  Only real issues we had were that the 2nd bathroom is in an odd place - downstairs while 2 bedrooms are upstairs, and the stairs kinda squeak when walking up - which is somewhat problemsome with 2 infants.  One thing to note is that you have to get your own new clean towels - which was somewhat of a hastle - but not unbearable.  We would stay here again.

    04/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Sharon P.
    From Rebecca at the front desk to our entrance into Cabin 12 we couldn't have been more pleased. Clean, large, individual floor heaters in each rm allowed us to fully avail ourselves of mt air at night but allowed us a warm toasty bathroom floor in the night and early a.m. Wood burning fireplace stocked with wood. Gas grill with all the correct utensils. Fully stocked kitchen, plenty of towels and bedding, window fans as well as room fans.. Plenty of coffee. Paper towels even dish and dishwasher soap. We have stayed in a great deal of cabins with far less amenities, quiet area. A stones throw from East entrance of Rocky Mt Ntl. Park. Great access to town as well. Just a great experience.  Oh did I mention they are very pet friendly.  We were treated wonderfully even with our our two dogs!! Kudos to Timber Creek Chalets!

    20/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Amy C.
    Timber Creek was just okay. First off, completely over priced. The quality of our cabin was pretty poor, though mostly clean.
    My only positive was the bed.  Our mattress was soft and comfy, pillows were not flat.
    We stayed in cabin 7, Blue Columbine. The stove was broken and without an oven. The cabin was supplied with plenty of dishes but no silverware (had I known I would have brought my own!). The bathroom was dirty with a strange wobbly toilet seat, the towels smelled musty and were frayed on the ends.
    This place must have been busy because the parking situation was one of the worst parts. My husband and I had to park clear across the property before heading in for the night.
    A very disappointing visit to a town we normally enjoy.

    05/08/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Carol Z.
    We traveled to Estes Park last week for a wedding held at Della Terra.

    We were very worried the entire week leading up to our trip. Dustin at the front desk was SO accommodating and called us last Wednesday, a day before our trip, to let us know about the situation. Originally, we had booked nearby Fawn Valley Inn (another property through Rocky Mountain Resorts) but after the massive flooding, FVI was placed in a no-flush zone and was just told they could not keep guests. ACK!! As he delivered the bad news about our original arrangements, he told me he had already found a replacement room at Timber Creek that was very similar and even a little cheaper. I looked it up online (convenient that they have photos of all rentals!) and we agreed to the switch.

    We arrived in Denver, called them to check the roads, they gave us super detailed instructions and we made it up in about 2.5 hours. Check-in was at Fawn Valley Inn due to winter months beginning but this was not a hassle at all since the properties are probably 1/2 mile from one another. Timber Creek was easy to find and parking was not far from our place. We stayed in 10A which was more than enough space for the 2 of us. Small bathroom but it has what you need. The living room area had a pull out sleeper sofa that would be great for another couple or two children. Full kitchen and full fridge, plus a fireplace and flat screen. The room can adjoin to 10A, which could be nice for a larger group. Later on, we found out that many of the other guests were all going to the same wedding as us!

    The next day we wanted to do some adventuring since the wedding wasn't until later, so we stopped back at the reception desk and they provided a map and some places to check out. Again, SO HELPFUL. It was great to be so close to not only the wedding venue, but Rocky Mtn. Natl. Park, Stanley Hotel, and downtown.

    My only regret is that we could not stay longer to do some more exploring. I wish Estes Park community the best in their recovery efforts and hopefully we will see you again! :)

    29/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0