Everything was perfect. Just wanted more coffee. that's about it.
A very out of the way bed and breakfast. Very comfortable and peaceful there. Breakfast was good and the grounds had some ruins from the Pubelo Indians where you could wander around and take it all in.
Good place to stay near Mesa Verde. Rooms are pretty good and free breakfast before you go to the park.
Lady at 2 pm would not let us check in 2 hour early and was rude about it. Man who checked us in at 3:30 was very nice
Clean, convenient, close to restaurants. Breakfast was so so, if you want something more substantial there's a Sonic 1/2 block up the street.
We were able to get connecting rooms in order for the grandkids to run back and forth without going outside. They enjoyed the pool and liked the choices in the breakfast buffet. Very quiet at night. Only negative would be having loud yelling at 8:00 AM coming from the pool on a weekend. Too early ...
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Very nice, clean and close to Mesa Verde. Rooms were nice with plenty of room.
Time spent at Yucca House National Monument feels like a hazy snapshot of the past.
To see it for yourself, you'll need to head off the beaten track a little and head for Cortez, which is 260 miles from the state capital, Denver.
You're out of luck if you were hoping to book a room close to Yucca House National Monument. The See Forever Village at the Peaks is a reasonable choice, situated 65 miles away. The Fairmont Heritage Place, Franz Klammer Lodge and the Lumière Telluride are a couple of other options which you will discover 65 miles and 65 miles away from Yucca House National Monument.