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310 E Second St, Trinidad, CO 81082-3019
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Come enjoy the ambiance of this historic Bed and Breakfast located in beautiful Trinidad, Colorado. Splendid antiques blended with modern conveniences pamper your senses and your soul. Tarabino Inn combines the elegance and way of life of the Victorian era with the comforting hospitality and atmosphere rarely encountered in today's world. Indulge in the old world warmth of antique furnishings, rich natural woodwork, and much more. Your hosts, Kevin & Teresa, would be pleased to welcome you into their home, and their hospitality is guaranteed to make your visit a special and relaxing time. Whether you are escaping for just a weekend's rest, a longer vacation, or even a business trip, make the choice that will make memories.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Public wifi
Free breakfast
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
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My family and I recently spent a night at the Tarabino Inn. The house itself is beautiful, and the attention to detail is wonderful! The rooms are clean and comfortable, and we enjoyed sipping wine on the front porch, watching the thunderstorm roll in. Much as we enjoyed the house, the owner who interacted with us could not have been less interested in providing a warm welcome, or a fond farewell. I work in the hospitality industry, and I am baffled as to why this woman is running a B and B. She did not invite or participate in conversation when we showed interest in her home, how long she has owned it, or details on a local artist whose work she displays in the house. She did not express any curiosity as to what brought us to town, she did not provide us with any dining or activity suggestions, and she seemed annoyed when the three of us wanted to pay for our rooms separately. It is sad to us that what we learned about the inn came from reading its history on our own, rather than hearing about it from the owner. People stay in bed and breakfasts rather than in hotels in order to interact with the owners, and learn about their home and town from a local perspective. We might as well have stayed at a motel down the street. We were disappointed, and we will not return.
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Response from Tarabino, Owner at Tarabino Inn
Responded Aug 17, 2019
Thanks for the heads up. It is unfortunate you got the impression you did about Teresa; not all guests share your views. We are often busy, we have no employees, I (Kevin) also have a full time job, and there are times when we are, as a previous review stated, "businesslike and efficient" by necessity. For those considering a stay, I would like to add that even if we had a self check-in system with no hosts on the premises, there is no comparison between a stay at Tarabino Inn and any "motel down the street," and the cost for our suites is most often comparable to or less than base price at the local La Quinta or Holiday Inn.
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The Tarabino Inn is a large Victorian home in a neighborhood of lovely homes within a short walk of Trinidad's main street. We had a LARGE suite. The bathroom would have filled half of my condo. It was comfortable with modern amenities of Cable TV and wi-fi. Our breakfast was very tasty. Our hostess was businesslike and efficient. There was afternoon tea with cookies. The only caveat is that access to the front door and to the bedroom suites requires climbing stairs. We really enjoyed sipping wine ( our wine, their glasses) on the front porch and enjoying a lovely spring evening.
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Response from Tarabino, Owner at Tarabino Inn
Responded Aug 17, 2019
Thanks for the positive review, and the reminder to potential guests that we have many stairs. Tarabino Inn is an historic home, we are exempt from ADA requirements, and there is no elevator. It is a full flight of stairs from the street to the front door, another flight to access the Walnut and Chestnut suites, and a third flight to access the Gable rooms.
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VERY easy to find. When you are traveling through or if you can spend a few days this is a blast. Trinidad has a lot of local interesting places within walking distance of the Inn: museums, places to eat, antique shops etc. Consider going to Monument Lake from here and traveling on the Highway of Legends. I confess I wasted nights in the past in Raton looking for a quick sleep. Big mistake when this place is available. We've done quite a bit of travel, some internationally, and have never found a more welcoming and friendly community. Very nice hostess, the host was absent this trip. They are world travelers and have great stories. Impeccable house. Gourmet breakfast and a thoughtful mid-afternoon treat of cookies (etc.) and a drink. It was hot while we were there so we had the house wine of the south - iced tea. Hit the spot. Very considerate. Is this place haunted? Maybe but not malevolently. You decide.
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Response from Tarabino, Owner at Tarabino Inn
Responded Aug 17, 2019
Thanks for the positive and informative review.
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Beautiful old restored home - great breakfast, super nice people, close to Main Street Went with family - the second floor has HUGE rooms - ask for one of those! I think you can have a pet if you stay on the first floor
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Response from Tarabino, Owner at Tarabino Inn
Responded Aug 17, 2019
Thanks for the positive review. To clarify, the Garden Suite on the first floor is no longer available, and thus we no longer allow pets. For the most updated and accurate information, see our website at www.tarabinoinn.com.
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This B&B was once the home of two Trinidad families.Several Tarabino bothers came to the area from Northern Italy and became involved in various commercial enterprises. John and Barney built this house in 1907 and moved their families in before founding what would become Trinidad's largest department store, This house remained in the family for many years and some say that a few relatives are still hanging around. The home looks much a it did a century ago and is furnished with plenty of antiques and charm. It sits on a quiet knoll but a short walk across the old brick streets takes you to the Heart of Trinidad. Comfortable beds in a historic old home.
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Response from Tarabino, Owner at Tarabino Inn
Responded Aug 17, 2019
Thanks for the informative review.
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