Stayed at the Hand for three nights in August, 2009. This is a bed & breakfast with the feel of the old west. I traveled with a group for a wedding in the area. Several in the group were booked at this hotel. From the 5 or 6 rooms I saw, they were all different with different names. Some obviously nicer than others. I had the Miner Room which is probably one of the smaller and most basic rooms in the hotel. The room was very basic with basic old west decor. Was not expecting anything fancy and did not get it. Only thing I really did not like is that this room is at the top of the stairs and they have carpet over hardwood floors. Therefore, everyone passes by the room on their way in or out so there is some noise from both the floors and other hotel residents passing by. Of course, this is also the least expensive room in the hotel so you kind of get what you pay for. If its an issue, go for one of the rooms towards the end of the hallways.
The Miner has absolutely no luxury amenities. I don't believe any of the rooms have TVs or other items you might get in more modern hotels.
This is a period hotel......expect to get the feel of the old west. If you are more into the modern amenities such as TVs, modern decor, etc., this may not be for you. This is a rustic hotel.
All in all, the hotel was confortable, reasonably priced and the deluxe continental breakfast was very good. I had no problems. I heard from others that were staying at one of the other hotels in town, that the breakfast at the Hand was better and they came over to our hotel for breakfast. Plus, The Hand is in the middle of Fairplay and in walking distance to local eateries, bars and points of interst. However, Fairplay is small and pretty walkable anyway. Breckenridge is about 23 miles north so Fairplay might be a good alternative to Breckenridge Hotel/Restaurant prices.