This is a lovely house, beautifully furnished with American Indian art.
Harris was very welcoming & interesting to talk to. He made us a good breakfast on the two mornings we were here, then sat at the head of the table & kept the conversation general among all the guests. Plus there was a large flock of wild turkeys just outside the dining room window to entertain us.
The setting is very quiet but close to Mesa Verde & Mancos where we had a superb dinner where he recommended we go the first night. He also recommended that we visit a vineyard on the way to Hovenweep which was a nice change from National Parks & archaeological sites.
We were very glad that we passed close to the turn off for Flagstaff on our way to Mesa Verde & decided to find the B&B first. It FEELS a long way from the main road the first time you drive it. There are some confusing changes in direction & a dirt road, something we are not used to in Europe. If we'd done that drive for the first time, tired & in the dark, it would have been a real ordeal.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Come experience this beautiful and spacious timber lodge, on 36 serene acres; only 30 minutes to Durango, just 10 minutes to Mesa Verde. Gorgeous 360 degree views of mountains, valley and meadows. Eight charming and uniqely decorated guest rooms each with private full bath; four have decks. Enjoy the soothing Hot Tub, Infrared Sauna, Billards table, Foos Ball, Satellite TV, video library, delicious hearty breakfasts, sunshine days and star-filled nights. ... more less