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Find the perfect villa for your vacation in Colorado

Colorado is the perfect state to head to if you are an adventure lover. Renowned for its incredible, varied landscapes, abundance of wildlife, and absolutely gorgeous national parks, there are a huge variety of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Hike in the Rocky Mountains or take it all in by horse-back, tackle the rivers in a canoe or hit the slopes in winter time. Whatever it is that gets your heart racing, you’re sure to find it here.

But after a long day exploring this incredible state, make sure you have somewhere that feels like home to come back to. Choose from our selection of hand-picked villas in Colorado. Our Colorado cabins are perfect for a wintery vacation in the mountains or a summer break with the whole family, sleeping up to 20 guests and with many pet-friendly options also available. Villas in Colorado are decorated in authentic mountain chalet style, with wood features and touches such as large log fireplaces. Other facilities available include hot tubs, home theatres, and games rooms.

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Get close to nature with our Colorado mountain cabins

Breathe in the fresh air of the mountains - there’s nothing quite like it. With crisp evenings, beautiful sunsets, incredible natural surroundings, and some of Earth’s most impressive formations on your doorstep, our Colorado mountain cabins cannot be missed. Whether you’re looking to head to the local ski runs, or are after a summer vacation for you and your family where you can really reconnect with nature, and each other, then the mountains are the place to go. Tilt your head back, take it all in - you really are on top of the world here.

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Sink into warmth and luxury with our Colorado cabins with hot tubs

Colorado has some of the most stunning scenery in the US. Our cabins offer incredible views of the surrounding wilderness and the towering mountain ranges, whether you’re planning on heading on vacation in the balmy summer months, or snow-powdered winter months. Whenever you decide to go, explore our Colorado cabins with hot tubs, so you can take it all in as you sink into warm, bubbling depths on your patio. Immersed in such beautiful surroundings, you could spend hours truly unwinding here. 

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What is the capital of Colorado?

Denver is the capital of Colorado.

Does it snow in Colorado?

Yes, it does! Winter runs from December to March in Colorado, and brings with it a liberal covering of snow, sometimes stretching into the spring months in high altitude places. It snows everywhere in Colorado, and in the snowiest spots, an average of 178 inches falls each year.

Where to ski in Colorado?

There are countless options for a ski vacation in Colorado. Breckenridge, Vail, Aspen, and Beaver Creek are just some of the most famous resorts, with many other smaller places offering adrenaline-filled experiences for every skill level.

When does ski season start in Colorado?

The first resorts open for business in late October or early November, depending on snowfall levels.

When does ski season end in Colorado?

In Colorado, ski season lasts for as long as there is snow, which usually means early or mid-April. At some very high elevation resorts, the season may stay open until June.

How many national parks are in Colorado?

There are four national parks in Colorado; The Rocky Mountains, Mesa Verde, the Great Sand Dunes, and the Black Canyon of the Gunnison.

Are there mosquitoes in Colorado?

There are 45 mosquito species found in Colorado. Peak mosquito season is between July and September.

Does Colorado have earthquakes?

When compared to other seismologically active states such as California, Colorado has relatively low levels of earthquake activity. The state has, on average seven earthquakes per year.