About this rental
The spacious interior, open on all sides, that is just a part of the Grove.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Check in after 4:00 PM
Check out before 11:00 AM
Maximum overnight guests: 2
Rooms and beds
Bedrooms: 1(Sleeps: 2)
- Children Welcome
- Pets Welcome
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About George Hall
My name is George W. Hall III and I am a Sculptor with a masters in architecture from UCLA that built the VRBO property specifically for his 85 year old sculptor father. George w. Hall Jr. needed a place close to us to make sculpture,draw,read,and enjoy his remaining years with his golden retriever until the big thumb came out of the sky and squashed them both. We had the perfect location and you are looking at the result of a sons love of his father.The main house, not the rental, was placed on the Colorado Historical Register through the tireless efforts of my wife Devon VanDusen. Trust me, Without her input, your stay would be less enjoyable.
George Hall purchased this Cabin in 1983
Why George Hall chose Hotchkiss
Riverwalk Yurts, in Paonia, Colorado, has the tricked out Riverwalk Yurt, positioned at the top of the property’s riverfront, and as one travels downstream, you pass the Riverwalk Tipi (primitive yet directly on river) and end up at the Grove Yurt (also primitive and on the river) at the bottom. We also have a 2 RV spaces with power and water hookups and a dump station just inland of the Riverwalk Tipi. We are just finishing up a shower, toilet house for general use for guests on the lower property.
What makes this Cabin unique
The Grove Yurt is unique in that we do not have many pleasant spaces in our current world that are carefully honed towards interior comfort without electrical outlets. Some of the furnishings are from the 20’s when this was the status quo. Interior spaces can be all that is needed without bringing in the frenetic outside world screaming for your attention. Here, the outside world is the Cottonwood Grove, and its real time inhabitants. They are truly indifferent to your worldly profile. This is a point of departure we seldom experience these days.