Leroux Creek Inn is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Hotchkiss, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the bed and breakfast.
The property also boasts a hot tub and free breakfast, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Leroux Creek Inn, free parking is available.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular history museums such as Hotchkiss-Crawford Historical Museum.
Enjoy your stay in Hotchkiss!
We stayed one night in the Canyon Room. The room was large, well furnished and very quiet. The hosts couldn't have been more gracious, serving up great breakfast and conversation. We found the location provided easy (45 minute drive) access to the North Rim of The Black Canyon of the Gunnison, which was spectacular! After breakfast the next day we took a longer drive to the The South Rim, which was almost as awesome. We'll stay longer next time!
Leroux Creek Inn is set away from the main road and town to provide a quiet, restful retreat from life. We stayed 4 nights in the Canyon room which is upstairs and looks south and east over the creek, valley. Wake up every morning to the sun streaming in and a wonderfully prepared breakfast by Laura. Laura was a wonderful host while the owners were attending a wedding. The setup of the inn invites you to relax and enjoy the time. We will be staying at the inn the next time our travel takes us to the Hotchkiss area.
My husband and I recently had the pleasure to spend four nights at the Leroux Creek Inn. It was a perfect base for us to explore the beauty of the western slope of Colorado. We were able to take day trips and come back to the Inn by early afternoon to enjoy the sunset and full moon rising from the front porch with a glass of the Inn's wonderful Chambourcin wine! The views from the front of the Inn are amazing and there is a nice hiking trail that winds down toward the creek and comes up by the winery. We stayed in the Canyon room; it was very roomy and had the feel of a suite! Yvon was a wonderful host and was very accomodating and engaging, as well as his staff (we didn't get to meet Joanna this trip but look forward to a return visit). From the moment you arrive and step outside you will feel relaxed and destressed! If you are looking for somewhere away from the crowds this is the place!!…
We enjoyed our hosts at Leroux Creek Inn thoroughly. We took the hike down to Leroux Creek and up again through old-growth junipers into the vineyards. The trail was well-marked, quiet and beautiful. We also found lovely lakes and hiking options in the National Forest north of the Inn.
We spent just one night here last week and it was so peaceful and quiet, what an awesome setting overlooking the North Fork valley. We stayed in the Master Vineyard room on the main level and the room was perfect. The Inn is of the southwestern rustic style, very tastefully decorated, warm and welcoming. It's so refreshing to find a place where you can open the windows at night and not hear a sound, cool breeze blowing ... slept like a baby. No other neighbors within sight so it is like being in a remote area but not far from civilization. The owner is from France and he is an experienced wine maker and a chef. He was very friendly and had a lot of knowledge of the area and offered up some great referrals for eating and touring. His wife was out of town and we regret that we did not meet her. His breakfast was European style, tasty and really healthy. The vineyard is just beginning to leaf out right now and will be full and lush soon. He had a large garden area that was recently tilled and by now is probably planted with lots of garden veggies and eventually will end up in his kitchen. They have some horses and ducks on the property and two very friendly dogs roaming around. Piaf is the little one, likes to have her belly rubbed. There was one other guest there when we arrived but he was out early and left early in the morning so it was as if we had the place to ourselves. I guess that is how it goes when you show up on a week night and avoid the weekend. We are retired so week days are better for traveling if you want to avoid crowds. The owner showed us the winery even though it was not officially open to the public for the season and we enjoyed some Pinot Noir straight form the barrel, delicious! We also blended some with his Chambourcin wine right from the stainless steel vat. I'm planning to come back and get some of this wine after he bottles it. The winery is built underground in a cellar and he has beautiful gardens above it where you can enjoy a bottle of wine and gaze out at the pond and watch the birds and other wildlife. It was near 90 degrees that day but nice and cool in the wine cellar. We saw a fox run across the field while we were there. My wife wondered if he was after a duck? We plan to come back here the next time we are in the area and spend a couple of nights. The Hotchkiss and Paonia area are some of the most unique, unspoiled and wholesome places to visit in western Colorado. I've lived in Colorado for most of my life and it has been just in the last few years that I have come to realized how special and unique this place is. The Leroux Creek Inn is a main ingredient that makes this area special. We also had a great steak dinner at PJ's in Hotchkiss, very reasonable prices too.…