This centrally-located room is ideal for those who walk or bike about in our High Rocky Mountain setting at 7900 feet in altitude. Surrounded by 13 and 14 thousand foot peaks. Wi-Fi, in-floor heating, wheelchair accessible, queen-size bed, Keurig, small frig, tv, enough off-street parking for two cars and a trailer , private bath. A hot tub is just outside the door. A third person can be accommodated with an inflatable bed.
This elegant room is very quiet even though it is part of a two-story single residence. Downtown Buena Vista is only two blocks away. Jeep rentals and bike rentals are also with walking distance. Kayaking and rafting on the Arkansas River are some of the favorites for the water adventurers. Fishing, hunting, ATVing, skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are popular seasonal choices.
Guests make their own breakfast or eat out at walkable restaurants. They bring their own food to store in the mini-frig and heat up in the microwave. Paper plates and bowls and plastic ware are provided. A Keurig coffee maker and coffee pods welcome our guests. A new flat screen tv with remote control can be enjoyed from the bed or in the recliner. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Unless there is a question or an emergency, Aunt Bea is very low profile. She might be found working in her garden or mowing the yard. Her cell phone number will be provided at check-in.
There are over 200 deer that wander about the town. They might come to the guests' door or window or nap in the yard. They are fun to watch but usually will move away if you come too close.
1. We can accommodate a young child or infant. With a young child, they could sleep on an inflatable bed. A third person over ten years old would incur a one-time charge of $20.
2. Aunt Bea allows smoking outdoors. An ashcan is provided. Medical marijuana is okay, but illegal drugs are not allowed.
3. Pets are allowed after a conversation or information about your pet(s).
4. The best way to contact me after you have made a reservation is via texting or phone or email.
I am a retired adult education teacher married to a retired mining engineer whose handiwork is everywhere at Aunt Bea's. We consider spending the day Jeeping or hiking in these matchless mountains the best we can do with our time. Our jobs took us away from here for forty years: New Jersey, Tennessee, Kansas, Virginia, and Ohio. Constant homesickness for the mountains plagued us and now we have finally returned.
We are low-profile people who don't plan on interacting much with our renters unless they make the first move.
We are proud of our little town and its beautiful surroundings. It is our hope that our guests will take wonderful memories home with them. Consider Aunt Bea's a place to rest and relax as well as a launching pad for whatever adventures you pursue.