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The iconic Electric Mountain Lodge is located in the beautiful state of Colorado.

PAONIA, COLORADO, USA, July 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Empty Spaces Vacation Rental Management is pleased to announce that it has purchased the iconic Electric Mountain Lodge in Colorado.

Empty Spaces is a vacation rental and experiences company that delivers memorable vacations through clean, safe, family-friendly, upscale accommodations and experiences with 24/7 premium customer service . The company was founded in 2011 by Sarah and Scott Howard, who have been renovating, renting and managing vacation homes since 1997. Today, Empty Spaces manages luxury properties in Colorado, Utah and Arizona.

In the latest company news, Empty Spaces is thrilled to announce that it has acquired Electric Mountain Lodge in western Colorado – a remarkable local institution that is the ultimate mountain getaway for visitors from the 1970s. The lodge has a communal lounge, restaurant, bar, rentals for various outdoor excursions, and eleven enchanting cabins and rooms. EML is well known for its world-class hunting and outdoor recreation thanks to its convenient location on Colorado’s Sunlight to Powderhorn Trail. At an elevation of 9,200 feet, what makes the location even more captivating is that during the winter months the property is only accessible by snowmobile, due to the rustic and remote destination.

“We couldn’t be happier to be the new owners of such a special property,” says Scott Howard, Founder and CEO of Empty Spaces. “We understand the weight of being its new steward and are truly excited about this new venture. We look forward to bringing our visions for the Lodge to life, including making it more family friendly, improving the guest experience customers by offering on-site rentals, partnering with local vendors and businesses to provide additional experiences, our high standards for cleanliness, safety and top-notch customer service – to name a few- one.

“While we are very eager to add our own personal touches to the Lodge, we would be remiss if we did not humbly thank the previous owners for being so easy to work with with this purchase,” says Scott. “We would also like to thank Heather Woodward of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Dennis Durmas of Weekender Sports, Todd Welsh, former owner of EML, Luke “Wildman” Dobbs and other former staff who provided their insight and expertise to the during the buying process.

“This will undoubtedly be one of the most exciting trips we’ve had as a company,” concludes Scott. End in Timberlakes, Utah, which also had a cabin with ATV and snowmobile rentals. We can’t wait to see what’s next.

Currently the Lodge is temporarily closed as it is undergoing major construction including an extension to the kitchen, bar, lounge, cabins, renovation of the living quarters, new furniture, a market and much more. Moreover.

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About Empty Spaces Vacation Rental Management

Empty Spaces was founded by Scott and Sarah Howard. Scott is a former political consultant and served as Colorado State Party Political Director. He is a business leader with exceptional experience in managing start-ups, building strategic relationships and streamlining operations. Sarah is a detail-oriented creative with a passion for creating unforgettable guest experiences. Together they have been managing vacation homes since 1997.

Empty Spaces’ mission is its commitment to valued customers and owners to provide everyone with an experience with the highest level of customer service rendered – all with a sense of urgency, compassion, warmth, friendliness, individual pride and “can do!” spirit.

Scott Howard
Empty Space Vacation Rental Management
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