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This is my second year staying here. The couple that runs the lodge are the friendliest people you will ever meet. They go above and beyond to make you feel welcome. They make homemade breakfast each morning and sometimes start a bonfire and make s’mores...More
We loved the short time we were blessed to stay at the Inn. David and Rosie provide an atmosphere that immediately makes you feel at home. The view cannot be beat and the time away from the busyness of most the overly populated areas of...More
What's to say? The views, the inspirational breakfasts, the hiking & exploring, the hummingbirds, the fishing...all merge for an amazing getaway experience. Rosie & David are consummate hosts, knowledgeable about everything happening in Hinsdale County and beyond.
Not sure if there is much more I can say about this place that hasn't already been said but we were taken back by this place. Super cute and right near the lake with fantastic views. The place itself was very accommodating but the hosts...More
5 stars isn't nearly enough of a rating for what an amazing place this is to be a guest. You will leave as family! The owners Rosie & David are the most genuine, loving, and accommodating people we have ever had the pleasure to take...More
Join us at the Inn at the Lake, a cozy mountain retreat situated a few steps from Lake San Cristobal just outside of Lake City, Colorado where each of our ten rooms reflects the charm of a mountain lodge and ...Morehas a stunning view of Lake San Cristobal and the mountains beyond. Less
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The Inn at the Lake is not open in January due to travel conditions and possible roads not being open. It is a beautiful place in the colder winter months and would be wonderful to sit by the fire and take hikes in the... More
The Inn at the Lake is not open in January due to travel conditions and possible roads not being open. It is a beautiful place in the colder winter months and would be wonderful to sit by the fire and take hikes in the snow, but the answer is NO, sadly!
But go when you can, it is the best "rest and relaxation" place I have ever known!