Kandi and Todd Tucker took their family on a ski trip to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, so they could all get to know each other and Todd’s family and Kandi’s family can blend. So, all 14 of them went to the Bella Vista Estate for a ski trip.
Bella Vista Estate’s Main House has five bedroom suites, a living room, fully equipped kitchen, a great room, dining room, and game room. On the episodes of Kandi’s Ski Trip, Kandi and Todd stayed in the master suite in the main house.
The main house at the Bella Vista has breathtaking views of the scenery in Steamboat Springs.
Remember when Todd’s assistant bought only one packet of bacon for the clan of 14? At least they had a huge kitchen to cook in.
The master suite is adjacent to a spa with a grotto. There’s a glassed in Jacuzzi that offers stunning views of the stars and landscape while you relax. The Jacuzzi room was designed by the wife of Larry Hagman.
Kandi and her family learned to ski during the family trip, Kandi’s Ski Trip that aired on BravoTV weekly on Sundays.
Want to go? Rates at the Bella Vista start at $7,000 to book the main house, lodge, and cabins for three nights for up to 35 people. The rates vary according to the season, the number of guests, and the length of time for the rental.
Rates for the main house and cabins without the lodge for the time period is $6,000 for three days.
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For smaller groups, rates for booking the lodge only begin at $1,200 for a minimum of three days for groups up to eight people.
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