Perched on a subtle hill in the middle of a clearing of pines, the first thing you’ll notice is the traditional log cabin architecture, and the wrap-around porch that nearly surrounds the home. As soon as you step through the entryway, mountain decor, alpine paintings, and huge wooden logs greet you. Continue into the living area, located on the second floor main level, to get a true feel for the home’s grandeur. A lavish leather couch and chairs surround a huge stone fireplace, complete with a wood carving of a mounted moose and antler lamps. A two-story wall of windows provides full views of the towering pines outside, and the chandeliers that hang overhead give this room a true ski lodge feel. There’s also a grand piano in the corner, adding to its luxury appeal.
This main living area also encompasses the dining room, where a wooden harvest table can seat up to eight guests. Next to the table, a breakfast bar seats an additional four guests, and separates the dining room from the gourmet kitchen. Here, chiseled granite countertops provide plenty of space to prepare and cook meals for the whole family. Throughout the kitchen, distressed hardwood floors add to the lodge character, while luxury amenities, such as the stainless steel wine fridge and gas range hood, make it a modern delight.
The Master Bedroom is also located on the main level. Here you’ll be treated to a king-size bed, private access to a large outdoor balcony, and your own sitting area with leather chairs and a TV. The attached ensuite bathroom is equally as elegant, with polished granite countertops, a double-vanity, and a contemporary walk-in shower encased by glass and chic tile and stone.
On the upper floor, coziness, comfort, and class come together perfectly in the loft area. Above, exquisite woodwork creates a dazzling ceiling of paneled knotty pine and huge wood beams. A TV and plenty of seating options, as well as the mini fridge and kitchenette, make this the perfect lounge space. This upper level also has the second guest bedroom, which has a queen-size bed, a couch, TV, and a private balcony. Nearby, the third guest bedroom has two queen-size beds, a TV, and its own balcony accessed through large sliding doors. There’s a guest bathroom on this level, complete with a single vanity and a shower.
The lower level features the fourth bedroom, where there’s a queen-size bed and a mounted TV, as well as a separate bunk area that can be enclosed by a large rolling barn door. Here, four twin bunks are arranged around yet another TV, and the attached ensuite bathroom has a single sink and a shower/tub combination. The den on the lower level is ideal for cozy nights together with the whole family, and has couches, chairs, and high bar tables. The kitchenette in this area, as well as access to the patio and hot tub, make this an excellent space for entertaining.
There’s so much to discover during a stay at Moose Ridge Cabin. Walk the grounds through the swishing pines, light a fire in the fire pit, rejuvenate in the hot tub, or take the short drive into historic downtown Breckenridge. It all adds up to create an unparalleled Rocky Mountain vacation you’ll remember forever.