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out of 12 reviews
“Above and beyond!”
The place was very cozy and what we needed for our NYE. It's romantic and relaxing. We wanted to go into Boulder to celebrate 2012 so we asked the owner to call us a cab. She said it would take 2 hours before a cab would come out and that she would be happy to take us to Boulder. The customer service went well beyond our expectations. Definitely planning on coming back!
“excellent business hotel for those that are tired of chains”
only issue is cell service which I understand will be solved soon
A very nice place to stay! People were fantastic and friendly. Nice out of the way area, but less than 5 minute drive to town. Breakfast was outstanding! Very homey and not your typical hotel
“Friendly, quaint and very comfortable”
Homemade cookies available all day, fireplace in room. Local B & B with very nice accomodations and accomodating hosts.
It was excellent.
The atmosphere of this hotel is only surpassed by the quality of the service. There were fires burning in all the fireplaces and coffee, tea and cookies available at all times in the inviting main area. Breakfast was restaurant quality with a choice of quiche or a french toast type entree complete with fruit and scones. Two hour logs are provided for your room, which is perfect. The rooms are very romantic with lovely mantles on the fireplaces all in a traditional style. Although on the canyon road (no cell service--a huge plus to me), the area out back which looks into a forest is dead quiet. I felt so at home here that I was not surprised when a guest came to the coffee area in the morning in her pyjamas. The type of people who stay in these off mainstream places are so considerate that I never heard anyone in the hallway. One couple came up from Boulder only a few minutes away because they find this place such a retreat. Finally, when an early morning departure meant we would miss breakfast, we were shown where the fridge was behind the counter where there was juice, fruit and scones waiting for us in the morning.
“Meditative, welcoming place..”
Thank you for a comfortable, affordable stay. I loved the sound of the creek and the beautiful trees, it's a great inn, thank you.
“Beautiful mountain getaway!”
This was by far the best bed and breakfast i've ever stayed at. Wonderful and helpful staff! Yummy breakfast and cozy, clean rooms! It was a joy to stay and I do plan on going back again in the future!
“Perfect, quaint, personal, heavenly hotel”
This hotel is incredibly special. My boyfriend and I stayed for a wedding weekend. It is slightly separated from downtown Boulder, in the mountains, but is only a 10 minute drive from everything downtown. It is run by a married couple who have poured their originality, charming taste, and personal attentiveness into it. The rooms are gorgeous and unique; there is wall-touch music, beautiful furniture, the most comfortable beds, huge bathrooms. The morning complimentary breakfast is delicious, with several home-cooked options that change every day. The woman who owns (we regretted not getting her name) spent 30 minutes explaining the restaurants and hiking trails to us before we set off on our adventures. There is no cell reception (which adds to the beauty of it), but free local and long-distance calling. We would stay there again and again; it augmented the inherent loveliness, adventure, and tastiness of Boulder beyond its natural proportions: what a hotel / inn can be at its best!
Interesting place...kind of up in the mountains, but not exactly with a "mountain view." It feels like a mix of a cabin and a older hotel. The facilities are an interesting mix of modern and dated; there's a nice fireplace in the room, which is romantic, and the big tub is also romantic and large and modern. There's also a thermostat if the fireplace isn't enough to keep the room warm. Breakfast is nice. The staff is extremely warm, friendly, and welcoming - they immediately fixed a light that was out, and there are free cookies and hot cocoa in the warm and ski-lodge like lobby. But there's also dated components - old desk, old (but comfortable) bed, older shower, limited water pressure, simply because the place is, after all, fairly old. If you like a sort of rustic feel with modern amenities, and a somewhat romantic setting with a genuine historical feel, this place is quite nice. It's certainly far more of an interesting feel than, say, a Hampton Inn. I'd say it's nicest for couples on a romantic break in Boulder, perhaps for a night or two; however, I wouldn't stay here if single.