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Now Available: Monthly Vacation Rental Homes

Monthly Vacation Rental (MVR) homes in Estes Park are rapidly growing in popularity — and it’s easy to see why. They’re one of the most flexible options available for guests looking for a stay that is a month or longer, but less than a year – specifically, for 30-363 consecutive nights. We’re proud to announce that Windcliff is now offering monthly vacation rentals in a selection of our luxury home properties: Clearview at Windcliff Monthly Vacation Rental Why book a Monthly Vacation Rental at Windcliff? There are so many scenarios by which Monthly Vacation Rentals — in such a beautiful...

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Estes Park Vacation Home Highlight: Casa de Cristal

Casa de Cristal is a 6-bedroom luxury Estes Park rental home that we are extremely proud to have in the Windcliff portfolio. There’s so much about this recently updated home that makes it one of the perfect spots to stay at Windcliff! Pristine Luxury at Casa de Cristal Have you been searching around for a luxury hotel in Estes Park? There’s no luxury hotel that can measure up to the gorgeous lobby at Casa de Cristal. And, that hotel would also have to have the absolutely amazing views of the Rocky Mountains that this special vacation home has to offer....

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What makes a luxury vacation home?

Luxury — it’s what we’re all after when we go on vacation. But what does it really mean? To us, it means anything but typical. Unmatched views By far, the greatest draw to Windcliff are the unmatched, nearly endless views of Rocky Mountain National Park and snow capped peaks as far as the eye can see! When building a home, Windcliff homeowners naturally tend to make the most of the views with generous use of windows (in some cases, literal walls of windows!) throughout each property, bringing the mountains into every living and dining area year-round. Not a single overlooked...

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Where Windcliff’s Water Comes From

The Town of Estes Park treats water from two separate sources. As part of the Colorado-Big Thompson Project, our Marys Lake plant receives source water from the upper Colorado River after it has been stored in Grand Lake and transported 13.1 miles to the East Slope via the Alva B. Adams tunnel into Marys Lake. This plant can obtain water directly from the tunnel or the lake. Our second source, Glacier Creek, is a tributary to the Big Thompson River which begins at an elevation of 11,300 feet in Rocky Mountain National Park. It is treated at the Glacier Creek...

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