Dunton Hot Springs Unveils 2011 Buy-Out Rates

Here's a slice of history for you: A 19th century Colorado mining village turned luxury resort community.

Dunton Hot Springs has the quintessential Old West history. It was founded in 1885 as a mining village (think saloons, general stores and even buildings for more tawdry activities). In 1994 the village was purchased and restored over seven years to reopen as a luxe, all-inclusive getaway.

Set on 1,500 acres, the community offers 12 cabins, each with its own unique feel and design. Nice touch: The cabins are the original buildings from way back when, now brought up to speed with the latest technology and comforts (think central heating, wi-fi and private patios). Note: There are no TVs in the cabins, with the exception of New House and Potter House.

Being in Colorado leaves the property equipped with a slew of outdoor activities from back country skiing, ice skating, snow shoeing, vineyard tours, hiking, fly fishing, horseback riding, rafting and, of course, enjoying the local hot springs, which maintain a temperature of 103 degrees Fahrenheit.

Tip: The Well House cabin is built around its own private hot spring. It is best to book this cabin three months in advance.

Exclusive: Dunton Hot Springs has established its' Town Buy-Out rates for 2011. The Town Buy-Outs include:
Accommodation for up to 42 guests; all meals for 42 guests; non-alcoholic beverages; exclusive use of all facilities; and wireless internet.

From November 1, 2010 to May 15, 2011, excluding holidays, the rate is $14,000 per day.

From December 18, 2010 to January 2, 2011, the rate is $17,000 per day.

From May 16, 2011 to October 31, 2011, the rate is $20,000 per day.

From November 1, 2011 to May 15, 2012, the rate is $15,000 per day.

For more information visit www.duntonhotsprings.com.