My husband and I recently stayed here for (2) nights. I had called a couple of weeks prior about availability and was told that the website didn't show vacancy because of a (3) night minimum. The housekeeper was nice enough to give us a couple of room options though for the (2) nights we were interested in, so that was greatly appreciated from the start.
The TML is in Estes Park but not within 'city center'. It is actually a few miles out, which I liked, as it was a little more secluded without the bustle of downtown. If you want walking distance or a shorter drive, this would not be ideal.
It is situated on a small hill that has great views looking out at rolling hills and mountains.
The inside was decorated as you would expect a mountain lodge to be, very warm and inviting with all wood and 'nature' decor.
We had the Lark Bunting room on the 2nd floor. It worked out perfect for our needs with a spacious bedroom area and a nice bathroom with shower (no tub). There was a wood burning stove too. Our room, like all of them, had a private balcony.
The breakfasts are held in a separate dining area off the main lounge. There was a spread each morning with a variety of items and then a warm breakfast was served to your liking. We had omelets one morning with potato pancakes and blueberry pancakes with fruit and sausage the next. They are very good about asking of allergies etc and being respectful of dislikes. I don't like blueberries so they made my pancakes without. The innkeepers were there all during breakfast and very nice and helpful, the kitchen staff was also very friendly and welcoming.
-Nice room amenities
-Honestly can't think of anything
-The TMN is directly on a road, but it wasn't a busy one. I was a little worried when we pulled up that road noise would be evident but we never had an issue with it nor heard any
-No pool but there is an outdoor gazebo w/hot tub
-There is an elevator
-7-10 minute drive into downtown EP
- Also Known As:
- Taharaa Mountain Hotel Estes Park