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89100 Ryan Gulch Rd, Silverthorne, CO 80498
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#4 of 12 Speciality lodging in Silverthorne
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DuhawkGreg wrote a review Aug 2020
Sherrill, Iowa59 contributions28 helpful votes
Stayed July 2020. This unit worked out well for our family of 5 (3 teens). Mom & Dad took one bedroom and the kids took the other. 3 separate beds in one room worked out great for teens who do not want to touch each other. Washer/Dryer is downstairs, but we knew that and took quarters and bought detergent before arriving. Location to trailhead is great...maybe 1/3 mile. Easy trails (Lily Pad Lake) to aggressive/steep trails (Buffalo Mountain) are right out your front door. We started on a hike to some falls, but got turned back due to a late day storm. Full kitchen was helpful for meals. City Market (groceries) is a short 10 minute drive, if that.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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tnash2004 wrote a review Jan 2017
Houston, Texas32 contributions2 helpful votes
I loved this place, it was so cozy. But it was also not as it seemed. The pictures, on the website, made the rooms look bigger than what they were. The place states it sleeps 10, which is true. However there are not enough towels for 10 people. There were 6 of us, luckily two people brought their own. There were two chairs at the kitchen table with halfway broken legs. It appears that someone tried fixing them. Luckily none of us sat in the chairs because they could have easily come apart. I did not mention the chairs to the rental company because we somehow managed not to sit in them. I did notice them as we were cleaning up. Another side note but no biggie, the front bedroom does get a little hot when the heat is on vs the other rooms. When using the shower, it either gets very hot or very cold. It is hard to get just warm water. Over all, I would rent the place again. It was very quiet and at the end of the hall, which was perfect. I can deal with the things I found except for maybe replacing the chairs.
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Date of stay: January 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Ed H wrote a review Mar 2014
Denver, Colorado95 contributions47 helpful votes
We have a 3rd floor unit with great views of The Front Range and Lake Dillon; it's a snug little nest in the mountains and the building boasts a swimming pool and hot tub in the building, which is a big plus during winter weather! There's lots of hiking in the immediate area and a free, public bus stops virtually across the street. A great place to visit summer or winter.
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Date of stay: March 2014
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The east-facing rooms have the best views.
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sokol_07 wrote a review Jan 2012
Austin, Texas10 contributions8 helpful votes
Buffalo Village 104DD is a nice 1-bedroom condo with upscale features, pleasant view and access to outside patio. It fits 4 people nicely and offers no shampoo. Everything works properly, the rooms are evenly warm, hot water is hot, and no "surprises". The building itself (separate from AA/BB units building right next to it) is a little bit high up (~700 ft above highway 70) with a could-be-challenging drive in bad weather (~7-10 min from hw70), but we did not have any problems. Parking is not covered, but easy access to the main entrance. It has a spacious unattendant lobby, elevator, small but inviting SPA area with sauna/pool/hot tub, gym with ping-pong, etc. The Wildernest check-in is fast, easy to find and convenient after hours. We had to call to inquire about SPA area access code (our fault since we did not see the instructions on the board hiding behind our hanging coats), but were able to reach a manager at night on dec 25th, and he was helpful. Our fiends (2 families) stayed in 302AA in a separate building across the parking lot. We spent 2 (out of 4) evenings there. Their condo looked less upscale, but functional with no complaints from the tenants and similar SPA area downstairs. It also had a nice accessible balcony.
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Date of stay: December 2011
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: 104DD is the fathest from the elevator (and SPA area), the entrance to the building is to a 3d...
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straightscoop wrote a review Dec 2010
Chicago, Illinois30 contributions12 helpful votes
Why would anyone stay at a hotel when they could book such a spacious, yet cozy mountain retreat like this? My husband and I stayed in a top-floor, 3 bedroom loft unit in Buffalo Village over Thanksgiving weekend, and my brother and his family stayed in a unit on the first floor near the pool. New carpet and radiant-heated tile flooring was a really nice touch on frosty days to warm your feet. Thoroughly enjoyed the fireplace and the breath-taking sunrises and sunsets with views of the mountains and the town outside the living room and bedroom. We also enjoyed cooking breakfast each morning in our unit rather than paying exorbitant hotel breakfast prices. Kitchen was stocked with everything we needed (besides food of course), such as pots, pans, dishes, and even small stuff like plastic wrap, tupperware containers and extra paper towels, which were really appreciated. A large grocery store and many shops and restaurants were just at the bottom of the hill leading to the complex, in the towns of Dillon and Silverthorne. Breckenridge is about 20 minutes away and there is a public bus that can take you there if you don't wish to drive. We enjoyed the pool, hot tub and sauna in the compex, which were not crowded. Kids seemed to enjoy the game room and sleds the owners provided for us. There are no restaurants directly on site and Wildernest is not in a bustling tourist area, so if you are a big party-animal or looking for nightlife, this might not be the place for you. But if you are looking for a peaceful mountain retreat with lots of room, the comforts of home, and plenty of outdoor activities nearby, this is it!
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Date of stay: November 2010
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PRICE RANGE
US$121 - US$189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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buffalo village hotel silverthorne
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United StatesColoradoSilverthorne
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Buffalo Village
Which popular attractions are close to Buffalo Village?
Nearby attractions include Frisco Escape Room (4.8 km), Sapphire Point Overlook (7.4 km), and Dillon Reservoir (4.4 km).
What food & drink options are available at Buffalo Village?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Buffalo Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sunshine Cafe, Butterhorn Bakery and Cafe, and Vinny's Euro American Restaurant.