This is a delightful old house which has been restored to a meticulous standard with many period furnishings. I arrived at Antonito after a stay at the Strater Hotel in Durango, a classic late 19th century hotel well known for its period character and so the River's Inn B&B immediately struck a familiar chord. April and Tim were delightful hosts, offering coffee and home made cakes when I arrived and they served an excellent breakfast the following morning.
I was there for the steam railway, like most visitors to the town I suspect, and enjoyed browsing the train books in the library during the evening. There are several historic buildings to explore in Antonito and Conejos. I was puzzled about why the Nuestra Senhora de Guadalupe church in Conejos is described as being the oldest in Colorado when it's clearly dated 1926 in the stained glass over the porch. Maybe I'd missed something. Much sadder is the decrepid state of the old stone railroad building (nothing to do with the steam railway) which the local historical society is trying to protect. There's a plate on one end saying it's maintained by the Union Pacific RR but they could clearly try much harder!
James from United Kingdom
Situated in Antonito, this bed & breakfast is close to Manassa Town Hall, Antonio Town Park, and Cumbres and Toltec Scenic …More
I grew up in Del Norte, Colorado and was looking for a place to stay on a week-in get away. It happen that the
small town of Del Norte was celebrating their Cover Wagon Old West Day. Thinking that the town did not have
a nice comfortable Hotel to rent for the time I was there. I came across on the Internet of a Bread and Breakfast
west of town on15081 West Highway 160, Del Norte, Co. 81132 highway marker west 201. Room rate are great
and affordable price at time that I stayed there. Excellent!!!
Tony Pacheco from Albuquerque, New Mexico
Situated in Del Norte, this bed & breakfast is close to Rio Grande County Museum and Cultural Center.More
Everything new and very clean. Excellent beds. Staff at desk was very helpful in identifying restaurants and where to get sand boards for sand sledding at the Great Sand Dunes National Park. The pictures of the hotel on Google Maps were of a lot still under construction, but don't worry, its there and a great place to spend the night while touring through Colorado.
Traveller from Florida
Situated in Alamosa, this hotel is close to Adams State University, Rio Grande Scenic Railroad, and San Luis Valley Museum …More
This hotel was very clean and the room was spacious, and very antique (built in 1931). There was a lot of bikers the night we stayed, so it was a bit noisy... not sure if that is the case all the time!
Benjamin from AZ
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Transportation of the West Museum, Monte Vista Historical Society, and …More
My husband and I were very pleased with this motel. The girl at the desk suggested the 2nd floor. We mentioned we would prefer the 1st floor and she immediately said that was fine. The room was very clean and the bed was comfortable. The breakfast was well-stocked with a good choice of food, waffles, omelets, oatmeal that wasn't instant which I really liked as well as cereals, toast and fresh apples. I may have missed a thing or two. Overall, it was a good experience and I would recommend it to anyone.
Mable from Newton, KS
Situated in Alamosa, this hotel is close to San Luis Valley Museum, Rio Grande Scenic Railroad, and Alamosa National Wildlife …More