High Point Hideaway is a cozy A-frame cottage nestled amid tall pine trees near Breckenridge, Colorado.

High Point Hideaway

Tucked away in Colorado’s lush White River National Forest lies the charming High Point Hideaway cabin. Just a few minutes from downtown Breckenridge, this updated A-frame delivers both a secluded mountain escape and a home base for those seeking outdoor adventures.

While this picturesque vacation rental may look small against the rugged hillside, it’s bigger than it first appears. Discover a spacious getaway that oozes chic and trendy vibes with hints of Western charm. Venture into the bedrooms (there’s three: two kings and a queen) to find stylish sleeping quarters. Abstract paintings in shades of blue, gray and gold hang above beds piled with pillows. Small statement lights accent side tables and desks while wide, wood-trimmed windows showcase beautiful, wooded landscapes for you to explore.

Whether you’re traveling solo or with your buds, there’s plenty of space to chillax for groups up to six people. Lounge on cushy leather couches beneath a cowhide throw or sip freshly brewed coffee at the white-quartz breakfast bar. After an adventurous day outside, refresh yourself in the spa-like bathroom with a floor-to-almost-ceiling, glass-encased shower and faux-wood wall tiles.

What makes it special?

High Point Hideaway is the cozy cottage home we all dream of. The cozy-chic decor and the never-ending views make it a place we know you’ll fall in love with — because we already have! 

A bed at High Point Hideaway is made and awaits guests. The bed is piled high with thick, soft pillows.
High Point Hideaway offers plenty of space to gather and hang out with your group, including plush, brown leather couches, bar seats, a dark wooden bench or chairs around the table.
Four exposed bulbs hang over a dark wooden table with matching chairs and a bench. The dining area could comfortably seat six people.

The most Colorado thing about this place

It’s gotta be the hot-tub area, which boasts the perfect mix of relaxation and the great outdoors. It’s a quick tiptoe from the cabin and offers stunning scenery while you soak in the steamy waters. Hop in, turn up the water jets and lay back as the sun sinks below distant summits. Watch as a canvas of amethyst, goldenrod and cherry-blossom-pink colors paint the sky. Then stay for the sparkling of thousands of stars after nightfall. You’ll love it so much you’ll be out here every night.

Room with the best view

The views are so good from every window, it’s hard to pick just one. Try the bedrooms for glorious pine-tree vistas, the living room for splendid peaks sometimes covered in snow and the deck — or hot tub — for panoramic views of Colorado’s evening sky.

Coolest amenity

We’re going with the sweet and simple loveseat swing. It’s a hidden gem, nestled in the back. Follow the stepping-stone path to a grove of trees with a wooden seat for two anchored between them. Come with a mug of hot tea or coffee and embrace the serenity of nature as you gently swing back and forth. 

The kitchen at High Point Hideaway features bright, warm-toned wood panels, chic white counters and open shelving.
The loft bedroom at High Point Hideaway has a working desk space complete with leather chair and stunning outdoor view.
Four turquoise chairs sit on the deck at High Point Hideaway. They offer comfy places to admire the forest and mountain views.

Our favorite traveler review

“The sweetest little cabin! We loved our stay — the deck was fantastic, and the hot tub was great. It felt like you were out in the woods but only five minutes from downtown. We even saw a little fox cruise by on our last night. 10 out of 10. Would love to stay again.” — Stephanie, airbnb

Things to see & do nearby

While Breckenridge is famous for its ski resort, the historical mining town is a convenient base for recreation year-round.

Coming for summer and fall? Try hiking and mountain-biking trails, like the Red Pig, Barney Ford and Wellington. These are excellent for fall leaf-peeping as you traverse paths studded with showy golden aspens and pumpkin-orange cottonwoods.

In town, no matter the season, Breckenridge’s Main Street is a beautiful sight to behold. Enjoy its quintessential mountain-town vibes as you meander among coffee shops, sports retailers, boutiques and restaurants, always with the towering peaks in the background. 

One must-do activity is a guided tour. As a former mining town, Breckenridge has a rich, and sometimes spooky history. Explore the days of the Wild West and mining or go a shadier route with red-light district tales and haunted ghost tours.


Photos courtesy of airbnb.

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