See why so many travelers make Hood House Bed and Breakfast their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Saratoga. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Hood House Bed and Breakfast offers guests an array of room amenities including a kitchenette and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The bed and breakfast offers outdoor furniture, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Saratoga filet mignon restaurant such as Hotel Wolf Restaurant, which is a short distance from Hood House Bed and Breakfast.
Should time allow, Hobo Hot Pool, Laura M Gallery, and Saratoga Museum are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hood House Bed and Breakfast as you experience all of the things Saratoga has to offer.
The town of Saratoga has probably seen better days but our journey northwest from Arkansas led us to the Hood House and Saratoga for a one night stay. Due to the coronavirus we did not take a dip in the springs. It was crowded and a warm day. We had a beer at the cool Snowy Mountain brewery beer garden. The resort there is quite nice. Carol prepared a delicious big breakfast. The room had AC and a ceiling fan. Our room had a private bath with a claw footed bathtub. Furnished with interesting antiques. A lovely experience.
Our family of four stayed here 2 nights. Carol was a perfect hostess. The house is extremely clean and comfortable. We stayed in 2 rooms with a shared bathroom between. One room has 2 twin beds, perfect for kids. The beds and bedding are very comfortable. There are board games and and an incredible shared library to enjoy. Carol’s home cooked breakfast is reasonably priced and not to be missed, especially the bread from scratch. Seriously, you can’t go wrong at the Hood House. One of our favorite stays anywhere.
This may or may not be you, I am saddened by a loss of hospitality and urn for a different way of life. I get sad when I look at strip malls and fast food chains. I invite you to step into the world of Carol the owner of The Hood Inn, whose heart is as warm as the fresh bread she bakes. She ground the beans of our coffee and catered to exactly what we wanted for breakfast. I don't know about you, but I can't remember the last time anyone did anything for just me. She set out placemats, set fresh cut fruit on the table. Ladies and gentleman, This is not Best Western! When I talked to her on the phone I was pretty convinced that her sense of humor and her hospitality would revive my family. It was unforgettable! She is down to earth, but clean and hard working. Before falling asleep at night, we were smiling about the brass bed we slept in and the floral wall paper. The reservations were made 24 hours in advance and we were thrown into another time and another world. Even our teenagers were enthralled! They put on fluffy bathrobes and took selfies. And, as an advisory you can bring or leave your teenagers at home! I don't know another mom who has managed to time travel with 13 year olds, so I was feeling pretty cool for this weekend! I sang Irish ballads on the porch, admiring the lack ordinances that I could see from the screened in porch. A trailor, that's right. And, I found it so refreshing that Saratoga could sleep away all the pretention. You can buy memorabilia from The Hood House and sign there guest book, dip in the local hot springs. When was the last time anyone did anything for you? If you are looking for small town hospitality and want to sleep in a history musuem this is the trip for you. I left with her bread recipe in hand. The Hood in is not just a location, it is a place in time when an educated woman put on an apron for you and invited you into her home, it's also about the mentality of Wyoming: You leave more than you take. You, in turn will leave with an intangeable feeling of surprise and graditude.…
I have to tell you just how much we enjoyed our stay. We are NOT B&B types, but it looked like the best option for us in Saratoga. Carol was very sweet and helpful, and not one bit intrusive. We had the run of the house, A/C was great, beds were comfortable and breakfast was very good. She makes homemade bread for French toast and toast. It was amazing. She told us about good restaurants, and about the hot springs. Carol even let us use her towels and bring them back after we had checked out. The living room was very comfortable. It is a beautiful historic house, but that means stairs, etc., so it wouldn't be great for one with physical limitations.
Arrived here around 7pm to find we were the first guests - there was no one in the house but the signs were clear about which room we should go to and what to do if we left the place for dinner. The room was very clean and connected to a shared loo and shower. In the room was a basin / sink. Saratoga is a pretty small place but has a couple of surprisingly modern restaurants with terrific food so well worth getting out to one of these. When we got back the other guests had arrived and locked the front door. So we had to climb up the fire-escape in the back garden in the dark and knock on their window to let us in. They looked at us like frightened rabbits and I'm rather pleased they weren't armed - so to future guests, please do follow the instructions and not lock the front door. Saratoga is not terribly dangerous - the biggest danger is accidentally hitting a deer in the main street. The breakfast the next day was very filling and the landlady was charming. They're quite keen on hunting in these parts, so if you're an animal lover, you may not be that keen on seeing Bambi's head on the wall. And the living room has a giant stuffed turkey on display. We found our stay charming and would recommend this place as a great stopover on route to / from Denver.…