Colorado Scrapbooking Retreats

Cabin Info

Will there be a host at the cabin?

No, the PineCone Cottage is a completely private, non-hosted scrapbooking retreat weekend for you and your group.

What do we need to bring to the cabin?

Guests need to bring food, drinks and snacks for the weekend (although there will be a limited amount of complimentary snacks for your arrival).  The kitchen has everything necessary to prepare and serve meals.  There are also two restaurants within a few miles in case you decide to eat out.

What do we need to bring for crafting?

Bring all of your crafting supplies.  The PineCone Cottage supplies each crafter with a comfortable chair, six foot table, cup holder, craft mat, trash can and task lamp.  There is also a Cricut electronic cutter with selected cartridges, a paper cutter and many craft punches for your use.  Additionally, the PineCone Cottage has tape runner and a limited amount of basic cardstock available for purchase in case you run out.

Is there cell phone coverage at the cabin?

There is almost no cell phone coverage at the cabin, but there is a phone in the home and calls to the Denver area are local so free of charge.  Charges for long distance calls will be deducted from the security deposit.

Are there any grocery stores nearby?

Conifer has both a King Soopers and a Safeway if you want to shop on your way to the cabin.  The cabin is about 15 – 20 minutes away from these stores.

Are there other things to do in the area?

The Pine area boasts many miles of hiking and mountain biking trails.  There is an antique shop within walking distance of the cottage and the Pine Valley Ranch Park is a wonderful place to have an outdoor picnic.