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The Hygge Chalet and Sauna

Entire cabin hosted by Julie Anne
4 guests2 bedrooms2 beds1 bath
Entire home
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Take a break from it all and enjoy 3.5 wooded acres at 9,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains. This home is inspired by hygge (hu-geh), a Danish word for the feeling of coziness, well-being, and simple pleasures. An outdoor steam sauna, 2 decks, amazing views, superb beds, and an entirely cozy vibe complete with a fireplace await you. Get snug, explore, play games, hammock, read, take day trips, and make unforgettable memories. Refocus, rejuvenate, & relax with this intentionally curated experience.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed


Free parking on premises
Private sauna
Patio or balcony
Indoor fireplace
Luggage dropoff allowed
Pack ’n Play/travel crib
Hair dryer

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Grant, Colorado, United States

Upon booking, you will be provided with a website I've created that is filled with day-trip itineraries, lots of information on places to visit, things to do and see, places to hike/snowshoe, and places to eat and drink. It also includes an interactive map with categories and distances from the chalet to help you plan your trip! I am passionate about Colorado and dedicated to making your visit one for the books!

The chalet is located just off of 285, which is a plowed, well-maintained highway to get you safely and easily exploring. The home is right next to Guanella Pass, which provides an incredible mountain drive of spectacular views, other-worldy landscapes at 12,000 feet, big horn sheep, winding streams, waterfalls, and lots of hiking. The pass takes you to the cutest mountain town, Georgetown and other neat places along the i-70 corridor. This is also one of the most sought-after locations for aspen leaf peeping in fall. The pass is closed in winter (late-Nov to late-May) but there is still plenty to do in winter and Georgetown/i-70 is accessible through Evergreen all year. Going over Kenosha Pass takes you to South Park (yes, the town from the TV show), Buena Vista, Salida, etc. which is an area loaded with things to do and see all year round, including 2 exceptional hot springs!

The cabin is close to stunning hikes of various difficulties, world-class fishing, adventure activities (zip-line, whitewater, etc.), cultural and historical activities (ghost towns, mining for gold, dinosaur fossils, etc.), surreal leaf peeping in the fall, horseback riding, ATV, train rides, sleigh rides, snowshoeing/snowmobiling in winter, cute mountain towns to explore, and so many fantastic local breweries, distilleries, and restaurants. The are a couple cafes nearby where you can experience true mountain friendliness. The closest and the best (just down the hill) is the Shaggy Sheep. Make sure to stop in and say "Hi!" to Sarah and Chris.

Red Rocks Amphitheater is just 40 minutes away. This is considered one of the best places in the world to see a concert and doing so should be on anyone's bucket list. Check the website for the schedule. Even if you can't make a show, the park is on the way to/from Denver and well-worth a visit.

The closest ski resort is Breckenridge at just an hour's drive (and a beautiful one) and is a perfect day trip to ski/snowboard or just hang around in a beautiful ski town (there is a lot to do and see here no matter the time of year). Vail is 2 hours away and there are a handful of others just 1.5 hours away.

There are plenty of mountain activities to fill your days with during ALL of Colorado's incredible 4 seasons! Each season provides a different experience, but no matter what time of year you comes, no matter which direction you go, and no matter what you decide to do, the drives will be beautiful and there will plenty to keep you occupied and content.

Hosted by Julie Anne

Joined in September 2014
  • 329 Reviews
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I live in Denver and rent my dream mountain cabin because I love Colorado and I am passionate about creating a unique and memorable experience for visitors. I love to travel and have been to 49 countries on every continent. One thing I really enjoy when traveling is the community and hospitality of networks like AirBnB. In Sept of 2015, I bought my own little 3.5 acre slice of heaven on a hillside of the Rocky Mountains with a dilapidated A-Frame cabin. I spent a year completely renovating it. The design is inspired by Hygge, a concept from Scandinavia (one of my favorite parts of the world) that is all about coziness and the feeling of simple pleasures. I believe it’s an important concept we can all benefit from by incorporating it into our lives. I take this hosting gig seriously and am so very happy to share my home with the world!
I live in Denver and rent my dream mountain cabin because I love Colorado and I am passionate about creating a unique and memorable experience for visitors. I love to travel and ha…
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I live in Denver, but am available to help 24/7 for any issues that may arise. For in-person needs that my neighbors cannot assist with, please know I am at least an 1.5 hours away.
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House rules
Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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May encounter potentially dangerous animal
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
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