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9,275 unique properties from 33 providers can be booked in Breckenridge with prices starting at £60 a night. By directly analysing these holiday lettings, HomeToGo highlights the most economical offers and the most popular accommodation options in Breckenridge.
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Price and Availability Index in Breckenridge
Holiday Letting Price Information in Breckenridge
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Breckenridge. The most expensive week to book a holiday letting in Breckenridge is in December (22/12 - 29/12). Prices drop in October to an average of £223 per night (27/10 - 03/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Breckenridge
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Breckenridge for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate is in December (22/12 - 29/12). Only 40 of the rentals are still available. People tend to travel less to Breckenridge during a week in November (24/11 - 01/12) when only 12% of the rentals are booked.
The weather in Breckenridge
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Breckenridge with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 18°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Consider Breckenridge holiday lettings for winter or summer
Known simply as Breck to the locals, the mountain town of Breckenridge packs a punch with its myriad shopping and dining options, the historic Main Street, and world-renowned après-ski parties. Families with kids will cherish a holiday here, so consider a booking Breckenridge holiday home today.
Breckenridge is served by the Denver International Airport, which is a comfortable two-hour drive away. Jump in a taxi or hire a car to get to the centre of Breckenridge. Other domestic and local flights land at Colorado Springs Airport airport and Eagle County Regional Airport.
Dining and More
Enjoy the region's locally-brewed beer on the sunny decks facing the Ten Mile Range. Once the sun goes down, the town erupts in celebrations as local musicians perform jazz, rock 'n' roll, reggae, or alternative rock gigs at various clubs.
For something quieter with the family, catch a hearty warm meal at one of Breckenridge's local taverns. Fine-dining restaurants often boast compelling mountainside views and offer diners a choice between freshwater fish or wild game served with veggies. Foodies will be spoiled in Breckenridge, with a plethora of Continental, Italian, Japanese, Asian, and Mexican options on hand.
Always a Good Time to Visit
Summer is a great time to visit, as this is when cultural activities are at their peak. Be sure to book Breckenridge holiday lettings well in advance though. For those who prefer some peace and quiet, September is probably your best bet as Breckenridge holiday homes are usually discounted around this time. Winters are perfect for witnessing the magical mountains and hitting the ski slopes.
With four snowy peaks and over 2,300 acres of skiing, Breckenridge is a dream destination for winter sports enthusiasts. Try your hand at downhill and cross-country skiing — the BreckConnect Gondola will take you up the mountain in no time. Summer brings access to a series of nature trails lined with wild flowers and streams.
For a more cultural sojourn, try the Historic Walking Tour of Breckenridge and pass by stately houses and log cabins. The Breckenridge Haunted Tour includes the restored William H. Briggle Victorian home and other eerie locations. Continue on a theme with the Tombstone Tales at Twilight Tour, which provides a close-up look at exquisitely-crafted gravestones.
For insights into the region's gold-mining past, consider a Golden Horseshoe Tour, a Washington Gold Mine Tour, or a Lomax Placer Mine Tour. Shopaholics will love the stores in the historic town centre, offering everything from jewelry, souvenirs, and toys to ski lettings.
Art and Culture
This quaint yet lively mountain town really takes its culture and arts seriously. Recommended is a visit to the Victorian-style Barney Ford Victorian House, which honors the legend of civil rights leader Barney L. Ford. The Edwin Carter Discovery Centre houses interactive exhibits and a hands-on taxidermy workspace. For a peek at the 100-year-old history of skiing, the Summit Ski Exhibit awaits.
The Arts District is a pedestrian zone featuring resident artist facilities, workshops for demonstrations, lecture spaces, and galleries. Come and enjoy the vibrant visual and performing arts scenes interspersed with crafts, film, cooking, healing arts, design, and creative writing.
Day Trips and Excursions
While in Breckenridge, plan a day trip to Colorado's Wine Country, home to over 70 wineries and local vineyards. The region's five rivers are perfect for fishing, rafting, and kayaking. Alternatively, imagine being pulled through snowy woods by a robust team of sled dogs! Consider a hot air balloon ride for bird's-eye views of the gorgeous mountains. After a hard day's exploration, unwind back at your Breckenridge holiday letting .
Festivals and Regular Events
Breckenridge thrills vistors with its jam-packed cultural calendar. The year kicks off with Ullr Fest, a weeklong festival that honors the mythical Norse God of Winter. Skiers and snowboarders are often spotted donning horned Viking hats during this fest.
Next comes Mardi Gras in the Mountains, where locals organize annual Fat Tuesday celebrations. Summer features the Breckenridge Festival of Film, Breck Bike Week, and Independence Day festivities. Classical and non-classical concerts by the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra take place all summer at the Riverwalk Centre. Kids can revel in the profusion of magic, music, juggling, and dance performances. You'll definitely need to book your Breckenridge holiday lettings early to get a spot during summer!
Oktoberfest is well-attended by culture and beer fans. The year closes with a tree-lighting ceremony and snow events such as the Budweiser International Snow Sculpture Championships. The Lighting of Breckenridge is a truly magical affair that needs to be seen to be believed, with carol singing, Christmas trees, stars, and stunning lights.
Breckenridge is a fairyland tucked away in the mountains. Book your Breckenridge holiday letting property today!
Natural wonders at Breckenridge
Breckenridge Ski Resort
One of the most-visited ski resorts in the western hemisphere, Breckenridge hosts the annual Winter Dew Tour every December. A range of trails for all ski levels make it a fun family outing.
Breckenridge Nordic Centre
A quick drive from downtown Breckenridge, the centre beckons with forests and sweeping mountain views. Even beginners can ski and snowshoe thanks to trained instructors.
Breckenridge Welcome Centre
Through its interactive displays, the museum presents the town's progression from its days as a Native American settlement to bustling gold mining town and now a popular ski destination.
Loved by families and anglers, the trail features waterfalls, wildlife and breathtaking lake views. The trail is recommended for active families because of its moderate difficulty.
Boreas Pass Road
Boreas Pass Road features excellent trails for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. At 3,500 m, visitors are treated to views of Mount Silverheels and the Tenmile Range. You'll need warm clothing up here.
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