We stayed in Estes last year at one of the fancier nearby inns along the Fall River and it was quite nice, but also quite pricey so this year thought we'd try this, based mostly upon the recent good reviews. The adage, "you get what you pay for" applies here. It is not very expensive, and it is not very fancy. We stayed in Rms 11 and 12. They are very small. Not big enough for 4 adults to sit in and visit without sitting on the bed. Rm. 12 had a musty smell, probably because the tub drained slowly and the toilet was loose. Rm. 11 did not smell but the toilet ran every 1/2 hour or so and the hot water valve on the shower was messed up and screamed for a second when you turned it on. There was a rust streak on the toilet that could have been fixed with a little elbow grease. You could hear the water running in other units. Hot water seemed like it might be in short supply but that might have been the valve, too. The woodwork needed painting, old locks needed replaced, and generally the entire room needed updating, but the place was clean and its right next to the creek.
So, would I go back? Yes. Would my wife? No. She wants more room, no noises, and more upkeep. But we're 50 years old...if we'd been 30, it would have seemed like paradise...Eat breakfast at Bighorn Sheep restaurant...seriously, don't miss that treat. They are busy but they get your served. Its all good.
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