We have stayed here a couple of times and love the Inn. Mark (owner/innkeeper) does an amazing job hosting. In the spring the back yard is transformed into a beautiful garden full of flowers, herbs and even has a waterfall. Breakfast is beyond words - so delicious and not like any other bed and breakfast I've ever experienced. Service is excellent - we will be back again.
Berthoud Inn is a quaint little Victorian B&B with themed rooms. Best hotel-like experience we have ever had! Mark is an extraordinary Innskeeper & made some of the best breakfasts that we have ever had! He can really cook! This was our first B&B experience. What a marvelous introduction to this type of stay.
This Victorian Inn in Berthoud Colo.,is located near Loveland Colorado and is a beautiful place to stay. The home is beautifully decorated with a large relaxing porch and a pretty landscaped yard. We stayed in the Art Deco room which was very comfortable and pretty. The breakfasts are amazing! The owner, Mark, is a chef and makes a 3 course breakfast every morning ! We had everything from berry parfaits, to salmon and pork chops, to cherry crumble and a layered peach cake! Everything was delicious. We visited with people from New York, Texas, Long island, and a young trucker whose truck had broke down. So breakfast was both delicious and fun getting to know new people. We'll definitely go back!
Stayed in the Art Deco room for two nights...spacious and comfy. The grounds were very attractive. Marc’s breakfasts were amazing, delicious, multi course affairs! Great location for our activities in Loveland and Fort Collins. Thanks and see you next time!
This is an Old World Inn (and the oldest home in Berthoud). The interior decor will take you back to Grandma’s house. Lounging in the family room, reading the morning paper, felt like a turn-of-the-century experience. And breakfast—-!!!!!—-where all the guests are seated around the same table and served an exceptional three course meal is without question the highlight and most memorable part of the stay. Honestly, why would anyone stay in a bland hotel if this Inn is available?