I'm not going to lie, I wasn't really sure what a yurt was until recently. This seems like the ultimate off the grid getaway. No worries, this place has running hot water, a pellet stove and no neighbors as far as I can tell.
This cottage comes with a seasonal farm-to-table menu. Don't be fooled by the quaint exterior, along with the wood stove, there' a walk in shower and a Bose surround sound system. There are even designated weed smoking areas - the redwood deck or under the shade of the hop-covered arbor.
This stone cottage is in Ridgeway's Historic Residential district. I can see myself taking a nap in the loft after my glass (or bottle) of wine on the courtyard. This cottage overlooks Mt. Sneffels and the old Historic Residential district.
When I say that this house looks like a doll house, I don't mean that in a creepy way. I mean it in a cute way. I love the ladder to the loft and the oval window. I could definitely see myself here for a weekend getaway.
This cabin is known as "The Caboose" in Montrose is on 40 acres. So if you need some space, you'll get plenty of it at this Winter Wonderland. The place is powered by solar panels (awesome) and has a grow dome. I wonder what kind of green things are growing in there.