as low as

$75

per night

Explore our 5 Acres and walk with wildlife at this perfect country retreat!

With 4 bedrooms (6 beds) and sleeps 11!
It’s the perfect home for a 1 night stay for 1 person or a week+ long vacation for a family of 11!
Property has lots of wild life including deer and fox.
Wide dirt roads for bikes, horses, running or long walks.
Park with swing set at the end of the road about ¼ mile from the house.
Close to Black Forest Regional Park and Fox Run Regional Park with lots of trails.

Plenty land to let your pets and kids stretch their legs and breath in some good healthy Country Air, and it’s ready for you to book now!

We LOVE our Guests and the ability to provide a CLEAN & HEALTHY environment for both today’s guests as well as tomorrow’s! As such, we have a strict policy on NO Smoking in Home or Garage, HOWEVER you may smoke outside on the DECK.

For the pleasure of our future guests, we’d like to state this again for clarity: No Smoking or Vaping (cannabis, tobacco, or anything else) in the house. If You Smoke in the House or Garage or outside and leave the Doors Open so the House smells like Smoke, You will Forfeit Your Deposit!

 

The Entire House is Yours to Enjoy!

Guest access

Access to the Whole House

Interaction with guests

I am here locally and can be reached anytime.

Other things to note

There is Coffee Maker & Coffee/Filters, Towels, extra linen, blankets, Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board, Laundry Soap all provided.

 

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Why rent a room when you can have the whole house? Don’t limit yourself, book your Colorado Springs, CO, USA Vacation Rental from Tony and Joni. Looking for a temporary or corporate housing option in Colorado Springs? Our furnished and short-term rental homes can be your perfect solution!

Call us for questions, we’re happy to talk to you now!

Tony Semadeni & Joni Mailander
719-291-7055

Things to See & Do in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is the state’s second-largest city, but it’s first in the hearts of many visitors as a place of spectacular beauty with dozens of family attractions, natural landmarks and unique museums.

The city sits at the foot of one of America’s most famous landmarks, Pikes Peak, upon whose summit Katharine Lee Bates was inspired to write “America the Beautiful.” Visitors still converge on the peak, where they can drive, ride the Pikes Peak Cog Railway or even hike to its 14,115-foot summit. Every summer, skilled drivers gather to race from Mile 7 on the Pikes Peak Highway to the fourteener’s summit on the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.

One of the nation’s most fabulous city parks, Garden of the Gods, is nestled in the foothills of Pikes Peak. The stunning red-rock formations draw those with cameras in tow to capture a perfect shot of the rocks framing snow-capped Pikes Peak.

But there’s much more to attract and hold visitors’ attention. There are more than 50 area attractions, ranging from the Pioneers Museum and American Numismatic Association Money Museum to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and the recently restored Broadmoor Seven Falls.

Additionally, one of three U.S. Olympic Training Centers is located here, and visitors can watch world-class athletes in action. Another worthy stop is the U.S. Air Force Academy, an elite military training academy just north of the city. You can visit several areas of the academy, including the stunning Cadet Chapel and the Honor Court.

The also city thrives on arts and culture, with its Colorado Springs Philharmonic and Pikes Peak Center for Performing Arts. Admire one of the most impressive collections of Latin American and American Indian art in the U.S. at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; or take a stroll in the Downtown Colorado Springs Creative District, home to more than 50 pieces of public art and a wealth of galleries.