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14100

Our party of 2 adults & 3 teenagers loved the retreat. The buildings are rustic, full of character, and make you feel at home and comfortable. It is not like staying at a Hilton – there is no room service, nor claim of pampering luxury. it’s like staying at your cool uncle’s wilderness cabin home. It puts you right where you want to be: at the edge of the wilderness, in a marvelous little town at the end of the paved road. We brought our own food (there is no grocery in Marble - plan ahead), which we prepared in the large, well-equipped, shared kitchen, and ate in the long dining room which overlooks Beaver Lake and the end of Marble’s paved road. There are many decks to sit on and admire the view – day or night – the starry sky was the clearest I’ve ever seen. The large hot tub was a favorite place to be. We stayed in the large cabin (not the main house), which features a single large ground-floor room with 2 double beds and an assortment of single beds attached to the walls. (There is a stack of mattresses that can spread out for larger groups), and two bathrooms. Also in the room was a kitchenette – we used the refrigerator, but did our cooking and dining in the main building. I had visited Beaver Lake Retreat in 2006 after a hard, all-day mountain bike ride (Lead King Basin loop), when we happened to meet the owner in town. He gave us a tour of the retreat, and we talked our way into using the hot tub. We soaked in the steaming tub and watched the stars through the glass ceiling. I vowed that I would return for a real stay with my family. We got our chance in late summer 2015. It was the final highlight of our Badlands / Devils Tower / Big Horn / Yellowstone / Tetons / Colorado vacation. If I am ever lucky enough to get to Marble again, I will be staying at Beaver Lake Retreat.

14100

My husband and I had never stayed at Beaver Lake Retreat before. I knew Marble was beautiful but didn't know for sure what to expect at the retreat. We were totally blown away by how nice this was. As one of the other reviewers mentioned we had the entire place to ourselves. The views from our room were amazing. We had a balcony on 2 sides -- one side overlooking the lake. We had this really cute window seat with big windows looking out on the side that didn't have a balcony. We watched a beautiful lightning storm from that window one night. The hot tub is large and in a room surrounded by windows. There is a fire pit outside for a romantic evening. We had to pinch ourselves that we weren't dreaming that we had all of this for the price. The stay was very relaxing as Marble is a pretty quiet town which is exactly what we wanted. We'll be back!

14100

We were a party of 8 adults a d 6 young girls. Everyone in our party loved this lodge. It has several large decks . If someone desired quiet time ., easily accommodated. Or when we were all together very comfortable. The fire pit was popular both nights we were there. The large kitchen island was the gathering place. It provides an extensive supply of pots and pans and dishes. 2 large refrigerators were super. All the kids loved the kayaks provide , and safety equipment. For the adults, we enjoyed the girls feeling very safe in their own place. Although, there are bedrooms upstairs, they all slept together on the first floor. The owner even returned a lost item of clothes to me free of cost !! I would DEFINITELY return and recommend.

14100

Marble is by far, one of the most beautiful areas of Colorado I have ever visited. What really made this visit perfect were the accommodations at Beaver Lake Retreat and the gracious hospitality of the owner. It is hard to describe this experience in words, but if you are looking for tranquility and a slice of solitude, look no farther. The views are unequaled and the lodgings are warm and comfortable. The town locals will generously point out options for hikes, four wheel drives, and photo opportunities. If this isn’t the perfect get away, you won’t find it elsewhere! You can truly feel at home when you are away from home. I highly recommend the Beaver Lake Retreat!

14100

What a fantastic time of year to visit this beautiful lodge. Two of us had the entire place to ourselves which was truly a treat! The views from every nook of the lodge were outstanding and the colors of the trees changing outside were absolutely phenomenal. I will definitely be returning for another trip. The owner and caretaker were extremely friendly and accommodating and all the amenities of the lodge were great! My only regret is that we didn't get a chance to take the canoe out on the lake. Highly recommend this for couples and/or big parties as there is more than enough space to house a large family reunion or business retreat. Thanks Vince!!

14101

Our party of 2 adults & 3 teenagers loved the retreat. The buildings are rustic, full of character, and make you feel at home and comfortable. It is not like staying at a Hilton – there is no room service, nor claim of pampering luxury. it’s like staying at your cool uncle’s wilderness cabin home. It puts you right where you want to be: at the edge of the wilderness, in a marvelous little town at the end of the paved road. We brought our own food (there is no grocery in Marble - plan ahead), which we prepared in the large, well-equipped, shared kitchen, and ate in the long dining room which overlooks Beaver Lake and the end of Marble’s paved road. There are many decks to sit on and admire the view – day or night – the starry sky was the clearest I’ve ever seen. The large hot tub was a favorite place to be. We stayed in the large cabin (not the main house), which features a single large ground-floor room with 2 double beds and an assortment of single beds attached to the walls. (There is a stack of mattresses that can spread out for larger groups), and two bathrooms. Also in the room was a kitchenette – we used the refrigerator, but did our cooking and dining in the main building. I had visited Beaver Lake Retreat in 2006 after a hard, all-day mountain bike ride (Lead King Basin loop), when we happened to meet the owner in town. He gave us a tour of the retreat, and we talked our way into using the hot tub. We soaked in the steaming tub and watched the stars through the glass ceiling. I vowed that I would return for a real stay with my family. We got our chance in late summer 2015. It was the final highlight of our Badlands / Devils Tower / Big Horn / Yellowstone / Tetons / Colorado vacation. If I am ever lucky enough to get to Marble again, I will be staying at Beaver Lake Retreat.

14101

My husband and I had never stayed at Beaver Lake Retreat before. I knew Marble was beautiful but didn't know for sure what to expect at the retreat. We were totally blown away by how nice this was. As one of the other reviewers mentioned we had the entire place to ourselves. The views from our room were amazing. We had a balcony on 2 sides -- one side overlooking the lake. We had this really cute window seat with big windows looking out on the side that didn't have a balcony. We watched a beautiful lightning storm from that window one night. The hot tub is large and in a room surrounded by windows. There is a fire pit outside for a romantic evening. We had to pinch ourselves that we weren't dreaming that we had all of this for the price. The stay was very relaxing as Marble is a pretty quiet town which is exactly what we wanted. We'll be back!

14101

We were a party of 8 adults a d 6 young girls. Everyone in our party loved this lodge. It has several large decks . If someone desired quiet time ., easily accommodated. Or when we were all together very comfortable. The fire pit was popular both nights we were there. The large kitchen island was the gathering place. It provides an extensive supply of pots and pans and dishes. 2 large refrigerators were super. All the kids loved the kayaks provide , and safety equipment. For the adults, we enjoyed the girls feeling very safe in their own place. Although, there are bedrooms upstairs, they all slept together on the first floor. The owner even returned a lost item of clothes to me free of cost !! I would DEFINITELY return and recommend.

14101

Marble is by far, one of the most beautiful areas of Colorado I have ever visited. What really made this visit perfect were the accommodations at Beaver Lake Retreat and the gracious hospitality of the owner. It is hard to describe this experience in words, but if you are looking for tranquility and a slice of solitude, look no farther. The views are unequaled and the lodgings are warm and comfortable. The town locals will generously point out options for hikes, four wheel drives, and photo opportunities. If this isn’t the perfect get away, you won’t find it elsewhere! You can truly feel at home when you are away from home. I highly recommend the Beaver Lake Retreat!

14101

What a fantastic time of year to visit this beautiful lodge. Two of us had the entire place to ourselves which was truly a treat! The views from every nook of the lodge were outstanding and the colors of the trees changing outside were absolutely phenomenal. I will definitely be returning for another trip. The owner and caretaker were extremely friendly and accommodating and all the amenities of the lodge were great! My only regret is that we didn't get a chance to take the canoe out on the lake. Highly recommend this for couples and/or big parties as there is more than enough space to house a large family reunion or business retreat. Thanks Vince!!

14102

Our party of 2 adults & 3 teenagers loved the retreat. The buildings are rustic, full of character, and make you feel at home and comfortable. It is not like staying at a Hilton – there is no room service, nor claim of pampering luxury. it’s like staying at your cool uncle’s wilderness cabin home. It puts you right where you want to be: at the edge of the wilderness, in a marvelous little town at the end of the paved road. We brought our own food (there is no grocery in Marble - plan ahead), which we prepared in the large, well-equipped, shared kitchen, and ate in the long dining room which overlooks Beaver Lake and the end of Marble’s paved road. There are many decks to sit on and admire the view – day or night – the starry sky was the clearest I’ve ever seen. The large hot tub was a favorite place to be. We stayed in the large cabin (not the main house), which features a single large ground-floor room with 2 double beds and an assortment of single beds attached to the walls. (There is a stack of mattresses that can spread out for larger groups), and two bathrooms. Also in the room was a kitchenette – we used the refrigerator, but did our cooking and dining in the main building. I had visited Beaver Lake Retreat in 2006 after a hard, all-day mountain bike ride (Lead King Basin loop), when we happened to meet the owner in town. He gave us a tour of the retreat, and we talked our way into using the hot tub. We soaked in the steaming tub and watched the stars through the glass ceiling. I vowed that I would return for a real stay with my family. We got our chance in late summer 2015. It was the final highlight of our Badlands / Devils Tower / Big Horn / Yellowstone / Tetons / Colorado vacation. If I am ever lucky enough to get to Marble again, I will be staying at Beaver Lake Retreat.

14102

My husband and I had never stayed at Beaver Lake Retreat before. I knew Marble was beautiful but didn't know for sure what to expect at the retreat. We were totally blown away by how nice this was. As one of the other reviewers mentioned we had the entire place to ourselves. The views from our room were amazing. We had a balcony on 2 sides -- one side overlooking the lake. We had this really cute window seat with big windows looking out on the side that didn't have a balcony. We watched a beautiful lightning storm from that window one night. The hot tub is large and in a room surrounded by windows. There is a fire pit outside for a romantic evening. We had to pinch ourselves that we weren't dreaming that we had all of this for the price. The stay was very relaxing as Marble is a pretty quiet town which is exactly what we wanted. We'll be back!

14102

We were a party of 8 adults a d 6 young girls. Everyone in our party loved this lodge. It has several large decks . If someone desired quiet time ., easily accommodated. Or when we were all together very comfortable. The fire pit was popular both nights we were there. The large kitchen island was the gathering place. It provides an extensive supply of pots and pans and dishes. 2 large refrigerators were super. All the kids loved the kayaks provide , and safety equipment. For the adults, we enjoyed the girls feeling very safe in their own place. Although, there are bedrooms upstairs, they all slept together on the first floor. The owner even returned a lost item of clothes to me free of cost !! I would DEFINITELY return and recommend.

14102

Marble is by far, one of the most beautiful areas of Colorado I have ever visited. What really made this visit perfect were the accommodations at Beaver Lake Retreat and the gracious hospitality of the owner. It is hard to describe this experience in words, but if you are looking for tranquility and a slice of solitude, look no farther. The views are unequaled and the lodgings are warm and comfortable. The town locals will generously point out options for hikes, four wheel drives, and photo opportunities. If this isn’t the perfect get away, you won’t find it elsewhere! You can truly feel at home when you are away from home. I highly recommend the Beaver Lake Retreat!

14102

What a fantastic time of year to visit this beautiful lodge. Two of us had the entire place to ourselves which was truly a treat! The views from every nook of the lodge were outstanding and the colors of the trees changing outside were absolutely phenomenal. I will definitely be returning for another trip. The owner and caretaker were extremely friendly and accommodating and all the amenities of the lodge were great! My only regret is that we didn't get a chance to take the canoe out on the lake. Highly recommend this for couples and/or big parties as there is more than enough space to house a large family reunion or business retreat. Thanks Vince!!

14103

Our party of 2 adults & 3 teenagers loved the retreat. The buildings are rustic, full of character, and make you feel at home and comfortable. It is not like staying at a Hilton – there is no room service, nor claim of pampering luxury. it’s like staying at your cool uncle’s wilderness cabin home. It puts you right where you want to be: at the edge of the wilderness, in a marvelous little town at the end of the paved road. We brought our own food (there is no grocery in Marble - plan ahead), which we prepared in the large, well-equipped, shared kitchen, and ate in the long dining room which overlooks Beaver Lake and the end of Marble’s paved road. There are many decks to sit on and admire the view – day or night – the starry sky was the clearest I’ve ever seen. The large hot tub was a favorite place to be. We stayed in the large cabin (not the main house), which features a single large ground-floor room with 2 double beds and an assortment of single beds attached to the walls. (There is a stack of mattresses that can spread out for larger groups), and two bathrooms. Also in the room was a kitchenette – we used the refrigerator, but did our cooking and dining in the main building. I had visited Beaver Lake Retreat in 2006 after a hard, all-day mountain bike ride (Lead King Basin loop), when we happened to meet the owner in town. He gave us a tour of the retreat, and we talked our way into using the hot tub. We soaked in the steaming tub and watched the stars through the glass ceiling. I vowed that I would return for a real stay with my family. We got our chance in late summer 2015. It was the final highlight of our Badlands / Devils Tower / Big Horn / Yellowstone / Tetons / Colorado vacation. If I am ever lucky enough to get to Marble again, I will be staying at Beaver Lake Retreat.

14103

My husband and I had never stayed at Beaver Lake Retreat before. I knew Marble was beautiful but didn't know for sure what to expect at the retreat. We were totally blown away by how nice this was. As one of the other reviewers mentioned we had the entire place to ourselves. The views from our room were amazing. We had a balcony on 2 sides -- one side overlooking the lake. We had this really cute window seat with big windows looking out on the side that didn't have a balcony. We watched a beautiful lightning storm from that window one night. The hot tub is large and in a room surrounded by windows. There is a fire pit outside for a romantic evening. We had to pinch ourselves that we weren't dreaming that we had all of this for the price. The stay was very relaxing as Marble is a pretty quiet town which is exactly what we wanted. We'll be back!

14103

We were a party of 8 adults a d 6 young girls. Everyone in our party loved this lodge. It has several large decks . If someone desired quiet time ., easily accommodated. Or when we were all together very comfortable. The fire pit was popular both nights we were there. The large kitchen island was the gathering place. It provides an extensive supply of pots and pans and dishes. 2 large refrigerators were super. All the kids loved the kayaks provide , and safety equipment. For the adults, we enjoyed the girls feeling very safe in their own place. Although, there are bedrooms upstairs, they all slept together on the first floor. The owner even returned a lost item of clothes to me free of cost !! I would DEFINITELY return and recommend.

14103

Marble is by far, one of the most beautiful areas of Colorado I have ever visited. What really made this visit perfect were the accommodations at Beaver Lake Retreat and the gracious hospitality of the owner. It is hard to describe this experience in words, but if you are looking for tranquility and a slice of solitude, look no farther. The views are unequaled and the lodgings are warm and comfortable. The town locals will generously point out options for hikes, four wheel drives, and photo opportunities. If this isn’t the perfect get away, you won’t find it elsewhere! You can truly feel at home when you are away from home. I highly recommend the Beaver Lake Retreat!

14103

What a fantastic time of year to visit this beautiful lodge. Two of us had the entire place to ourselves which was truly a treat! The views from every nook of the lodge were outstanding and the colors of the trees changing outside were absolutely phenomenal. I will definitely be returning for another trip. The owner and caretaker were extremely friendly and accommodating and all the amenities of the lodge were great! My only regret is that we didn't get a chance to take the canoe out on the lake. Highly recommend this for couples and/or big parties as there is more than enough space to house a large family reunion or business retreat. Thanks Vince!!