The Storeyteller Pueblo B & B is tucked away in a residential neighborhood north of downtown Cheyenne. Unassuming on the outside, you are pleasantly surprised upon entering this comfortable home. Decorated with a lifetime's worth of native american art of all types, quilts and antiques, the B&B has three guest rooms: One upstairs room with a down the hall bathroom, and two downstairs rooms, one en suite, and one with a down-the-hall bathroom. Downstairs has an additional sitting room with a large TV/DVD player, microwave, half refrigerator, and a comfortable sitting area--ask about its use when you make reservations. All rooms are spotlessly clean, with comfortable beds and extra amenities, such as additional blankets and pillows, a fan, and a closet for your use. A tray with a pitcher, ice bucket, and glasses perches on the end of the beautifully made up bed. You can tell that a great deal of thought was given to making your stay as nice as possible. Howard makes a different and tasty breakfast each day, including coffee/tea, juice, fresh fruit, toast and an egg dish. I had four breakfasts and each one was very tasty. Howard and Peggy can answer your questions about what to do and where to go, and add details you just don't get from a guidebook. They are lovely people--thoughtful and present, but not at all intrusive. You can walk in the neighborhood or on a new greenbelt pathway for a little morning exercise. I would also recommend the short drive to the Cheyenne Botanical Gardens which is in a large, open park, and features a reservoir for fishing and picnicking areas; a wonderful Children's Garden where they can splash about in several water features, and other lovely and creative gardens. Perhaps you will see juvenile prairie falcons, as I did. If you are interested, Howard will tell you about the artwork in his collection. It is extensive, as is his knowledge. I can't imagine staying anywhere else while in Cheyenne.