I was booked for 4 nights at the Estes Park B&B - scheduled to arrive on the day when the entire town was evacuated because of the horrible flooding that devastated the entire area. Because of Sheila, the incredibly kind, caring and conscientious owner, I was forewarned about the situation because she personally called me when things began to look serious! Had I been booked in a big hotel, I would have continued with my plans and been in the middle of a dangerous situation and a real mess. Instead, I re-routed my trip and I'm thankful for that opportunity. I am writing this review to thank Sheila and to state that I will absolutely stay at the Estes Park B&B when I finally do get to visit the Rocky Mountain National Park. I hope that readers of this review consider this B&B as well. She must be a wonderful host!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our home is just a few short feet from downtown, so you will not need to worry about finding a downtown parking spot! Just leave your car, while you walk to all of our fun shops and delicious restaurants in downtown Estes Park. Sit on the decks, and enjoy beautiful views of the mountains surrounding Estes Park. The entire 2,100 square feet, top floor of our home, is available to serve our guests. The guest floor houses three bedrooms, a huge living dining area, and the kitchen. The beautiful backyard has a large private hot tub, picnic area with charcoal grills, a gazebo, and a covered patio. Enjoy a game of horseshoes, watching the elks and deer walk by, or gaze at the huge sky full of shinning stars! If you just canât get away from work, our house has wireless internet, and a walk-up computer, you can use to access your e-mail. We want our guests to feel like they are in their own home, when they stay with us. To accomplish this feeling we will generally not have more than 6 guests at one time, and we will only have two groups of guests at one time. ... more less