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Tiny Town Cabins in Estes Park, CO

Tiny Town Cabins in Estes Park, CO


Real Colorado cabins with wood-burning fireplaces on the shores of the Big Thompson River.  Five mintes to Rocky Mountain National Park.  Ask about long-term winter rentals.


Company Info:

Rating: 3.50

Address: 830 Moraine Ave, Estes Park, CO, 80517

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    Comments (8):

    1. Milt C.
    I stayed in a cabin over the 4th of July weekend which had an older defective stove that developed a gas leak.   I returned from a day of hiking and gas fumes were in the kitchen. Management would not acknowledge how serious a gas leak could be. There were no instructions on lighting the stove. I was told they are "replacing older stoves, because pilots light go out.  Any stove that allows gas to escape when the pilot light is out is dangerously outdated or defective.  Please be advised that the management, which runs other local properties, operates strictly from a corporate perspective and will not apologize or voluntarily make better a bad experience. BTW the cabins are 1940s vintage, with small/old TV and photos on the website do match reality. My cabin had cookware, but no plates or cups.  If you stay ask for a cabin with a new stove and having complete set of dish ware.  If management was smart they would be immediately replace all older stoves.

    23/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Kevin L.
    Nice cabins, next to the river and affordable, but ours needed maintenance, it was all a little run down. I'd recommend the place as a great starting point for trips into RMNP and Estes Park.

    21/02/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Alyson M.
    We spent two nights at Tiny Town Cabins, and would definitely stay again!

    The location was great, just about a mile outside the town of Estes Park, and within walking distance to a great BBQ restaurant and pizza joint. Also was a perfect location for hiking, as the park entrance was right down the road, but we didn't have to drive through town to get there.

    The cabins were tiny but adorable. Very comfortable, homey and private. Normally I wouldn't like wood paneling on the walls, but it was a perfect fit in these cabins with the quirky old decor, and I felt like I was staying at a friend's house in the woods. The things that mattered were high quality: beds, bedding, towels, appliances, etc. But make sure you ask how to work your heater if you go in colder months, we couldn't get ours turned on.

    The service was great, very friendly and helpful with directions.

    31/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Christine M.
    My husband and I stayed the nights of July 26th and 27th in "The Best View" cabin. It was beautiful! The cabins are so cozy and very nice. They are not old and "woodsy" or full of bugs or anything like that. They had everything we needed: plenty of fresh towels, toothpaste, soap, lotion, shampoo and conditioner. The kitchen had all dishes needed to cook a meal, salt and pepper, coffee and a coffee maker-everything. The only thing that I was disappointed about (personally) is that our cabin did not have a bathtub and I LOVE baths and really wanted to take one while I was out there on vacation. But none the less, these cabins are awesome and we would definitely stay again! Oh and there were two elk right outside of the cabins, chipmunks, rabbits and humming birds everywhere! =]

    30/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Veer C.
    We stayed for a night at the cabin.. We couldnt sleep the whole night as there was a small rat in the kitchen. When mentioned to the staff during checkout they said its expected.. Not very hygienic when they expect rats in the kitchen

    04/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    6. Paola F.
    My husband and I just returned from two wonderful, restful days at Tiny Town Cabins and we recommend this spot for a weekend get away or longer stay. The space is perfect for two. Our Riverbend cabin was clean, quiet and cosy.  We lo ved our wood fireplace -- especially on the snowy days.  We didn't do any cooking on the little gas range, but would have if we'd stayed longer.  And we appreciated the fridge to store leftovers and snack.  The cabin is basic, but the ammenities it has are more than adequate -- good lighting, lots of hot water and did I mention the wood fireplace?! Another thing I loved is the mountain view from the kitchen window.  And while the cabins are visible from the road, you don't hear the traffic at all. The staff was friendly and helpful when we checked in and out.  I would have liked a second bedside table and some hangers. That was all the was missing.

    11/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Destiny C.
    This is a great starter place if you're new to visiting the national forest. The staff is friendly but not very good at offering any type of housekeeping service.

    Our third stay at TTC was for a week. We were given 3 towels, two rolls of toilet paper, two packs of coffee and one roll of paper towels. After we'd been there for 3 days and reused the same towels and ran out of toilet paper I called the front and asked them to bring me more. The woman asked me how much longer we'd be staying. I thought she would provide us with enough to make it through the remainder of the trip but instead we got another 2 towels, 2 wash cloths, 2 hand towels and 2 rolls of toilet paper.

    Knowing that we would be needing much more we went down to the local Safeway and bought a week's worth of groceries and supplies. This, of course, meant a lot of trash. There's no trash pick service so I called again and the woman told me there was a dumpster I could put my trash in. No problem, except it was completely full for the entire week. So, we had to load up our trash and take it with us...

    The cabin itself was cleaned but old and in need of some serious TLC. The carpet is ripped in a couple places and filthy. The bottom of our socks were black each night. And the spiders.... I hate spiders. We killed at least a dozen in the week we were there.

    All in all, we enjoyed the stay but it's time for us to move on to a nicer place.

    03/04/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    8. Kalli C.
    Loved staying in our adorable cabin!! The staff was super nice and even upgraded us to a nice/larger cabin for no extra fee.
    I brought my husband here for his 30th bday and there were so many great spots close by for us to hang out and eat.
    We also LOVED the view! There was snow everywhere but that made it even more beautiful and the elk everywhere made it SO fun!
    I would definitely recommend Tiny Town Cabins if you are staying in Estes Park!!

    13/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0