Chalet Anna is in a fantastic location in the centre of Breckenridge, just 4 blocks from Main Street & an easy walk to the shops, bars & restaurants and just 5 mins on the shuttle bus to the slopes. This Victorian style chalet has been completely renovated with new fixtures & fittings and a high standard of decor & furnishings. Perfect for those who want to be experience Breckenridge's nightlife & be near the skiing.
Chalet Anna, Breckenridge amenities:
Chalet Anna, Breckenridge accommodation (sole occupancy only):
Mountain master bedroom 1 - large luxurious double room with king bed, TV & balcony with views of the ski area. Ensuite bathroom with large bath tub & separate shower & luxury toiletries.
Master bedroom 2 - large luxurious double room with king bed, TV & balcony. Ensuite bathroom with luxury toiletries.
Standard bedroom 3 - double or twin room with king or twin beds & TV. Options to have private or shared bathroom with luxury toiletries.
Standard bedroom 4 - double room with queen bed & TV. Option to have private or shared bathroom with luxury toiletries.
Chalet Anna, Breckenridge cuisine
Various catered chalet packages available including:
Chalet Anna, Breckenridge rates: winter 2021 / 2022
|Sleeps||up to 10 people|
|Nov 29 to Dec 19||$645|
|Dec 20 to Dec 27||$995|
|Dec 28 to Jan 3||$1,075|
|Jan 4 to Jan 12||$695|
|Jan 13 to Jan 17||$715|
|Jan 18 to Feb 10||$645|
|Feb 11 to April 3||$725|
Rates shown are for the whole chalet on a self-catered basis per night in US dollars & exclude taxes & fees.
Please enquire for catered rates and a full quote for your dates.
Accommodation, amenities & prices subject to change. Special offers not valid with any other offer & are subject to availability.
Chatlet Anna, Breckenridge reviews:
"Great skiing with European style accommodation"
Kate Alexander, Woking, UK
"Thank you Helen! Everything looks great. You've been very patient throughout the booking and confirmation process, and as a result it should be a wonderful week - thank you!"
Stuart M, Southampton, UK
"We stayed at Chalet Anna for a 10 day Easter ski trip. The trip was organised by Helen Brown of Chalets USA. Helen did an excellent job pre-arranging everything from the transfers, accommodation, ski passes, ski school. Everything was set on our arrival. Chalet Anna is owned by Kokopelli which is run by amanda and James Pickles, both Brits resident in Breckenridge. We booked full board as we had two under fives in the group and the catering was done by Kelly, a local restaurant owner, who came in each morning to cook breakfast (top class by any 5* standards) and evening to cook dinner (even better than breakfast - seriously good fine dining). She even prepared special early dinners for the kids so we could pack them off to bed. James and amanda offered a free shuttle to the lifts/ski school every morning at times to suit us and also provided a pickup in the afternoons at an agreed time. Great service. Amanda came in during the days to make good our mess and so the chalet was continuously in good order and ship shape. The chalet is only a couple of streets back from the main shopping street so going into town for shopping/drinks was easy and walking to either Peak 9 or Peak 8 lifts was easy too or we could take the free village bus from the bus stops a couple of hundred yards away. The chalet is well configured for an extended family. We were a couple, a granny and a mum and dad with two under fives. The accommodation worked great with the parents and kids in the downstairs suite and the rest in the two generous luxury ensuite bedrooms upstairs. From my bed I could look out in the morning on the sunrise at the top of Peak 9 and survey the entire skiing area from the window. Great views. The living accommodation on the middle floor makes for easy cooking, dining and relaxing with TV channels on tap and high speed broadband wifi everywhere in the chalet. The hot tub on the deck facing the mountains saw good use as did the laundry services. The only non-inclusive was any alcoholic drinks and James kindly stocked to our order while we skied on the first day. All in all a fantastic 5* chalet service well worth every penny. Couldn't recommend strongly enough. Thank you James, Amanda, Kelly and Helen for making our Easter trip such a success."
"European-style chalet with warm Breck hospitality and 5* luxury"
"We came across Chalet Anna through Helen & Rob Brown at Chalets USa when my boyfriend and I decided to extend his business trip to include a skiing holiday. It is a European-style catered chalet (which is a rare thing in the us where apartments are mainly self-catered and private) and it sleeps around 8 guests. We chose it for the price and location and were not disappointed. In fact, the words ‘well, we’ve landed on our feet!’ were said many times as we relaxed around the chalet! Upon arrival we were greeted by James Shingles, owner of Kokopelli Ski Holidays. The place was easy to find, located a few minutes walk from busy Breck Main Street. Despite expecting all 4 rooms to be full we found that we were actually the only guests staying because of the time of year. We were looking forward to meeting new friends but it actually turned out to be nice to have the entire place to ourselves. The chalet itself was beautiful. Being used to tiny European hotel rooms with lots of beds and no storage we were thrilled to have so much space. The equivalent chalet for the same price in the alps would barely have enough floor space for an extra case. We spent many hours taking in the view of the peaks from the hot tub and lazing in front of the wood burner in our complimentary dressing gowns. The bathrooms were brilliant and everything was decorated in a smart, tasteful style. James, who runs a number of luxury chalets in the area, was an excellent host. It is refreshing to meet an owner who is completely involved with all aspects of his business, especially in looking after guests. He gave us lifts to and from the slopes, answered our questions and popped in every day to make sure we were happy. We even had dinner together with his lovely wife, Amanda. We really couldn’t rate his service higher. Our other hosts, Casey and Leah (a charming couple from Minnesota), were in charge of keeping us fed, watered and mobile. The food they produced was unbelievable. Nothing was too much trouble and they listened to what we wanted and what we liked to eat (in our case,everything!). From scallops to steak, freshly baked cakes to crème brulee, we were truly spoilt. An example of one of our evening meals would be a homemade selection of sushi rolls followed by asian spiced pork loin with braised bok choi and perfect sticky rice, all finished with a dessert of green tea ice with orange blossom cream. Even discounting their cooking, they were a lovely pair of people. In a chalet environment you’re living in close contact with your hosts so it really makes a difference to have such warm company. We’d like to think that we left with two friends as well as two very full bellies! It’s the little touches that make the difference at Chalet Anna and the fact that we didn’t expect them at this price level made them even better. From the personalised service (skis already in the minibus in the mornings) to the mini snack bar and the humidifiers in the room, we were made to feel special. The dehumidifiers were actually a really important touch, we suffered terrible altitude sickness and the one night that we spent in Denver without them we felt awful in the morning. I think that is the key to James’ Kokopelli experience, everything has been thought of from a guest’s point of view. I would definitely, and will definitely be recommending Chalet anna to anyone considering a ski break in the Rockies. We really hope to be visiting ourselves again sometime soon. A couple of notes on Breckenridge: Breck is a fantastically friendly place and if you want to meet locals you should grab a seat at the bar. We met some great characters over a beer at the Motherloaded Tavern, the Dive Bar and the Gold Pan Saloon. Do not underestimate how cold the mountainside gets, especially once the sun moves off the slopes. I expected to be wearing T-shirts at lunchtime like in France, instead we both ended up in balaclavas! We arrived out of season, there was very little snow (and limited runs) but it was worth it for near-empty slopes. We also got to see the Dew Tour, a must for younger party-goers."