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Which cabin/lodge room at YMCA of the Rockies (Estes Park)?

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My husband has a conference at the YMCA of the Rockies (Estes Park) in late Sept for 6 days. My young children and I will join him because we've never been to Rocky Mountain National Park and it seems like a great time of year to go. While the conference rate includes a lodge room and meals, I have read some pretty negative reviews about the food (not good, especially for vegetarians, which we are) and the lodge rooms (noisy, which isn't great with young kids who go to bed by 8 pm). So I'm thinking of having us get a cabin instead, with a kitchen to make our own meals (with a stove, not just a microwave, and a fridge and dishwasher).

My question: which cabin (or lodge room, if that's what you suggest) do you recommend for a family of 4 with a 4 year old and 1 year old? I'd like something very clean, quiet, ideally with a view and not too expensive. 1 or 2 bedroom, as long as there is room for us all (ie, 2 queens, or a queen and 2 singles). There are so many choices, and I want to try to get a cabin that will work well for my family.

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