The plus points of this Inn have to be its beautiful location by the tumbling river, the proximity of Rocky Mountain National Park and the fact that we could walk into town when we needed to. I did however have difficulty with our room location on the ground floor. We had to keep our window and door blinds closed whilst we were in there due to folk walking by, parking their cars and sitting on the chairs by the river [very claustrophobic]. Following on from this it did concern me about noise and people chatting and having a good time outside when we needed early nights ready for early morning hikes but it was quiet and this was not a problem whilst we were there. The room itself was fine, spacious, plenty of cupboard space and comfortable beds. The bathroom was lovely as were the free toiletries. We were prepared for the breakfast scenario of brought in pre-packaged items but as we had only the option of sitting in our goldfish bowl of a room [not an option] or outside, we decided to buy a picnic breakfast along with our picnic lunch from the local supermarket which rather defeated the object of paying for a B&B. But that was our choice. On our very last day we did pick up their breakfast options and sat by the river but it really wasn't our thing. I would stay again but would certainly not have a ground floor room.