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602 Four O'Clock Rd, Breckenridge, CO 80424
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#35 of 89 Speciality lodging in Breckenridge
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Alanea E wrote a review Jul 2016
Wichita, Kansas49 contributions28 helpful votes
Close to town and perfect walking distance to Main Street. The area is nice, but the condo doesn't offer much for views other than looking at other condos. The town of Breckenridge is beautiful with fantastic views. The units are lovely and easy to access. Will definitely be back.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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BreakawayScotland wrote a review Feb 2015
London, United Kingdom91 contributions46 helpful votes
We stayed in A23, generally good duplex apartment, and fortunately was a 'calmer' interior design than some of the interiors shown on the apartment photos! Good Points: Very close to Snowflake lift and bus stop Good warm apartment - we hardly had heating on, but must be very well insulated, lots of hot water and good showers, + gas log fire in lounge Fairly well appointed kitchen - no kettle when we arrived, but one was brought to us the 1st evening Bad Points: Poor lighting in terms of dark bedrooms, and no cosy table lamps in reception rooms, all too bright and cold looking Only two of us - but apartment takes 5/6 people, yet only comfortable seating for 3 in lounge!! Desperately needs another sofa, and preferably a comfortable one - the existing one is cheap and uncomfortable, so don't book if more than 3 of you, unless you want to sit on a dining chair! Kitchen - could do with more wine glasses, fizz glasses, and some vaguely sharp kitchen knives - they were terrible! The freezer stopped making ice on the Tuesday, they sent a maintenance man out to look at it, who couldn't fix it, and we never saw another person before we left on the Saturday! Wyndham need to improve maintenance service. Thursday morning - they started clearing snow in the parking area at 5.40am, yes 5.40am at vacation apartments!!! Really? How stupid can some people be? Noise levels - quiet overnight, but by early morning a fair amount of traffic because of the buses and traffic accessing the junction down to Beaver Run resort and other large vacation blocks, so don't book if you want a peaceful start to the day, difficult to sleep after 6.30am
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Date of stay: February 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Danijela K wrote a review Dec 2014
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma4 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed for Thanksgiving and had a good time. The lodge is great overall, great location (very close by the lift). You can see the lift. Short walk to Main street. Rooms are good size, kitchen has everything from a stove to a wine opener! I wasn't crazy about the parking; our spot was taken the whole time. We called to tell them and they said it would be taken care of, and never was. But there were other spots available. One thing that bothered me is that people above us were so loud and annoying. You can hear every step they take. There was a kid who was very active and was jumping around non stop. This was in the living room, so it was ok because it wasn't in the bedroom.
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Date of stay: November 2014
Ryan R wrote a review Jan 2013
West Bend, Wisconsin2 contributions4 helpful votes
Stayed here with three adults for three days. Condo's were in fine shape with slightly outdated decor but kitchen was spacious with all stainless steel appliances. The condo is very conveniently located and in a nice area. Only a few blocks from town, and a short distance to the gondola for skiing Breckenridge. We were also told that the resort featured a pool and upon asking resort management where the pool was, we found out we had to drive to another location to use a "community shared pool". I'm not sure what type of accommodations this was, as we didn't justify packing up and driving somewhere to go for a swim. Our one and only complaint is that it was not truly ski in/out. Other places we've stayed, you can strap on your skis and literally ski out. After bringing this up to the Ski Country Resorts Management they responded that you "only have to walk up and across the street one block to the lift." This wasn't the end of the world, however there are condos that are much more reasonably priced that are "within walking distance". Overall a decent stay, but will likely stay elsewhere next time we visit Breckenridge (next month).
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Date of stay: January 2013
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
L0ri wrote a review Apr 2007
Colorado1 contribution4 helpful votes
I had the privilege of staying at the Antler's Lodge in Breckenridge, CO April 13-15, 2007. The town is so cute, I think it's Victorian Style and the the way the mountain is layed out is awesome (went snowboarding on Sunday). The condo itself was literally steps from one of the lifts and I was able to ride back to the condo, within steps. The kitchen had everything I needed and the lodge/check-in area had a cozy little lounge and bar with $1.50 drafts! It also had wirless internet in the lounge as well. The front desk staff gave great recommendations for a sushi restaurant (Mountain Flying Fish), a coffee shop (The Crown) and a cute authentic French Bakery (can't remember the name, sorry). The also provided a complimentary shuttle, although the town is pretty small you can walk it in no time. Can't wait till I can go again.
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Date of stay: April 2007
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Trip type: Travelled solo
US$181 - US$467 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Antlers Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Antlers Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Mountain Time Escape Rooms (0.7 km), Escape Room Breckenridge (0.7 km), and Main Street (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Antlers Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a lounge, free parking, and a hot tub.
What food & drink options are available at Antlers Lodge?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Antlers Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Antlers Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Twist, Aurum Food & Wine Breckenridge, and Relish.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Antlers Lodge?
Yes, guests have access to an outdoor pool during their stay.
Is Antlers Lodge located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Breckenridge.
Are there any historical sites close to Antlers Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting High Line Railroad Park (1.3 km).