We recently stayed @ the Guilded Pine and it was exelent. Eric was a great host and knew the town well. He offered dinner reservations upon or arrival and check-in was a snap! The house was very quaint and full of history but not cluttered or stuffy. Breakfast was prompt and very delightful. We had pleasant confersations with the other guests and Eric was quick to give us pointers for navigating around the area and highlighted many attractions for us to partake in. Eric had maps and brochures for everything and everywhere to go. We chose to go to the Rocky Mountain National Park and Eric suggested taking the dirt road... we were simply amazed of the vast natural beauty of the trip. We were there for a wedding and Eric even suggested we could use the rear entrance if we were going to return very late and it was a nice offering. I would highly recommend the Guilded Pine as it is just off of the beaten path, right next to the Stanley hotel...very near to shopping and just down the road from the National Park. A perfect location and the weather was just right for our trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Gilded Pine Meadows B&B is a mile outside of the historic town of Estes Park. We are a few minutes from the Fall River Road entrance into Rocky Mountain National Park. The B&B is a Victorian Cottage that sits on five acres. Decorated in antiques and family heirlooms. ... more less