Extended Stay


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Special extended stay rates are available at Stone Mountain Lodge and Cabins generally during the off-season. We compare favorably to extended stay hotels and motels, furnished apartments and other short term rentals in the Boulder, Longmont, and the northern Denver area of Colorado.

There are generally units available from late October to early April.

Extended stay units are currently available. We have furnished cabins and lodge rooms of various sizes at varying prices offered weekly and monthly through our off-season (late October to early April). Some units have kitchenettes. All units have a microwave, fridge and coffee maker.
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Stone Mountain Lodge and Cabins offer a unique country setting on 45 acres with towering red cliffs, a pond, and a hiking trail on the property. Located just outside the small town of Lyons, Colorado, it’s an easy drive to Boulder and Longmont.

Stone Mountain Lodge gives you the best of both worlds, the Colorado mountains, and convenience to the Denver metro area. If you are tired of the typical extended stay hotel setting, or would prefer to be at a close-in country location in the Denver area, give us a call.

  • Free high speed wireless internet!
  • Free local metro Denver phone!
  • Free flat screen HD TVs with premium cable!
  • Furnished
  • Utilities (gas, electric, trash pickup) included

Lodge and Cabin Extended Stay

cabins-cliffsAll units include free local phone, premium cable TV on flat screen HD TV, high speed wireless internet access, are fully furnished, and include a microwave, coffee maker, and a refrigerator.

We have units with kitchens in our lodge building, and in most of our cabins.
Weekly housekeeping is provided. We allow pets in the lodge rooms and some of our cabins, with a modest additional fee. We are sorry but we do not accept cats.

Unlike furnished apartments, there is no lease. However, a credit card, or security deposit, is required. Give us a call, or e-mail, regarding availability and your needs.

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