My wife and I were looking for a short Fall ‘get-away’ in the mountains, and decided to go to Grand Lake and Rocky Mtn. National Park. I searched for good-sounding B&Bs, but came up with relatively little in that area. The Onahu Lodge sounded like a good possibility, but there was not much information available in the way of reviews. We decided to give it a try, and were not disappointed. This B&B is a relatively small private residence, located at the end of a short dirt road, about 4 miles from the town of Grand Lake, immediately adjacent to the Colorado River and Rocky Mtn. National Park. It is a cozy and comfortable log house, nicely decorated, with a homey atmosphere. The owner/operator is Donna Lyons, who is a very pleasant and hospitable lady, who made us feel welcome and at home. She lives in one side of the house while guests are present, and the house is divided in a way that provides complete privacy for guests. There are two available bedrooms, with one bathroom, but Donna accommodates just one party of guests at a time, so we basically had the place to ourselves. There is one bedroom with two twin beds and one with a double (or queen?) bed, so it will sleep a party of four. There is also a very nice living room for sitting and relaxing, with a spectacular view towards RMNP and the Never Summer Mountains. Donna came in each morning and prepared us a nice breakfast, and we engaged in pleasant conversation. It was a great ‘get-away’, despite some rainy weather.
Location: United States > Colorado > Grand County > Grand Lake
Ranked #13 of 20 Specialty Lodging in Grand Lake
Number of rooms: 2