I chose to stay here because the price was good value and the location meant I coulod walk into town.
When I arrived at 4.45pm there was no answer and I sat on the porch whilst it rained until 6.15pm when the owners finally arrived. I had no phone to call the owners and they got stuck in Denver due to flooding, so it was totally beyond their control, the knee high water flowing through the streets of Denver meant that they could not leave the car park.
I stayed in the Blue Room, the room had en-suite facilities in the old walk in wardrobe, a comfortable bed with a headboard carved by a civil war soldier who had lost his legs in the fighting. The TV had the basic channels but also a DVD player with a large selection of DVD’s available in the lounge.
I inadvertently turned off my alarm when resetting it and I was half an hour late down for breakfast which had been left out on the table. The hosts reheated my breakfast of bacon, scrambled eggs and hash browns and made some fresh toast. I also had coffee and orange juice and an apple and cranberry pastry.
I did not meet any other guests in the B&B, so it was very quiet.
I loved the quaint victorian charm of the building and it's location just down the road from the Coors Brewery.More