Photos and Review by Oyster.com Investigators
Well-kept condos and are each individually decorated with a Colorado theme
The individually owned condos are well-kept, inside and out. Because the management in not in charge of the decor, it ranges from mountain lodge style, to Native American, to French-inspired -- really, whatever the owners decide. There's always some Colorado or western tie-in.
The condos aren't luxurious, and some details are dated (such as the small tube TVs we saw in the bedrooms), but they're big, homey, and comfortable. A handful of residents stay here year-round, and the management knows them by name.
It's a do-it-yourself experience for the most part, but there are some communal features -- though they don't exactly wow. The two fitness centers are tiny, with just a few dated machines, and the game room is a bit bare and utilitarian. The communal Jacuzzis, which can fit 12 to 14, are the clear highlight.
Just south of downtown Main Street, and a 10-minute walk to the closest ski lift
The Corral is just outside of Breckenridge's happening downtown, but it’s close to Breckenridge Brewery, which has good food and beer, as well as the Ice Arena. Unfortunately the condos are pretty far from a ski lift -- you’ll either have to walk 10 minutes in freezing temperatures, or park and pay at one of the main Breckenridge parking lots.
The individually owned units have homey western-inspired decor, and come with washer/dryers, at least two bathrooms, and decks. Some units have a private hot tub on the deck, or a beautiful view of the ski runs.
These individually owned condo units, just south of Main Street and a 10-minute walk to the closest ski lift, are homey and big (they start at 900 square feet), with gas fireplaces, washer/dryers, private garages, full kitchens, and decks (some featuring a private hot tub). They have one to three bedrooms, plus at least one pull-out sofa, making this a popular option with families and groups. There's not a lot in the way of service and amenities, but there is some: communal Jacuzzis, two tiny, lackluster fitness centers, a game room, and on-site rental management.