We've stayed in many B&B over the country, but the owners made this place particularly special. This husband and wife, poor out their hearts in treating you like they've been waiting for you to come. They made us laugh, guided us to find the right places to go that suited our needs. And hands down the best food ever you'll ever eat. You have plenty of room to relax indoors and out. It was hard to say goodbye, but when we did we left not as strangers, but friends. Eric is there to interact so that couples who may have nothing in common, will find themselves gathered together as one.
This property was in the perfect location. Close to both Rocky Mountain National Park and downtown Estes Park. The host, Eric, gave an excellent reccommendation for a hiking trip that worked out perfectly! Was a little dissappointed that the Swedish steam shower didn't work, however, the wonderful breakfasts and interesting stories more than made up for that. We were there to hike and Eric provided fantastic breakfasts very early to accommodate us, What a great way to start our day of hiking! The home itself was very interesting with many antiques and Eric had so many stories to tell about it. At the end of the day, Eric always had refreshments for us and suggested restaurants for us to try. Our bed was always made and fresh towels were there for us. To top it off, as we drove out on our last day, there was a huge bull elk across the street to bid us goodbye!…
Really a five plus rating. The house was built in the early 1900s and has been furnished with antiques and decor of that era. Scrumptious breakfasts served in the Victorian manner on an oak claw-foot table. Your hosts Eric and Caprissa are very knowledgeable of the history of the home and all the family mementos. Perhaps more importantly, they know Estes Park and the Rocky Mountain National Park very well and can guide you to a restaurant to match your taste and to the RMNP hiking trails to challenge your sense of adventure; either less than ten minutes from this quaint, quiet and peaceful retreat.
The host, Eric, really made our stay delightful. His advice on what to do in Rocky Mountain National Park was spot on. The breadfast's were some of the best we have encountered at a Bed & Breakfast! Ask Eric where to dine in the area and you will not be disappointed. We enjoyed our chats with Eric.
Great breakfasts... great location... and a great rate. Eric was a super helpful host. The only drawback was that the room was a little snug. We certainly enjoyed our stay. The pair of elk in the front yard was an extra treat.