We stayed in the Romana and UTE room in the bed and breakfast. Debbie is a wonderful lady and an outstanding cook. The rooms were very homey and the whole experience makes you feel like you are at home. We got snowed in our first trip there but didn't care. She is closing the B&B but me and the wife will definitely be staying in the cabins when we go back. Please go if you get a chance.
This is a wonderful clean and cozy lodge .
The rooms are smaller consider when the lodge was originally built , rooms were not huge like they are today . Like I stated it make it cozy and clean & comfortable . We had a little balcony off the room and sat out at night and enjoyed a glass of whine .
Breakfast was excellent !! Location is great , you have access to Pike Peak across the Highway , Your in between Old Colorado City (Colorado Springs) and Woodland park Hiking , Mountain Biking , Fishing its all there . Or just relax at the lodge . I would recommend this lodge , Yes I would !
My hubby and I stayed at the Midland Room in August 2018. The lodge oozes old world charm, with its breathtaking mountain views, lovely fire place and furnishings which also live up to its name. The owner, Debbie, is a lovely host who made us feel right at home, making the effort to bake us cookies and preparing hot coffee in a pot early in the morning with, thoughtfully supplying take-away cups so we can pack coffee for our week-long conference. The 3 course breakfast is delicous as Debbie cooks her different creations every day from her 2 cookbooks. Highly recommended for the traveller looking for a mountain lodge experience and great hospitality.
I visited my son this past July in Colorado Springs and rented this lovely little cottage. If you want luxury or pampering, this place is not for you. We were at first worried because the downstairs does not have AC, but there is an AC window unit upstairs. Our stay was in July and it was an extremely warm summer for CO Springs - and we didn't need the AC! We were very comfortable! It is small: There is a kitchen with an eating area and a bathroom downstairs (main level). The upstairs is one opened room where you will find a queen sized bed, a futon, and a TV. It fit our needs well - my son slept on the futon and it wasn't the most comfortable, but we knew we were getting a futon and we were weren't surprised by that. The place was VERY CLEAN and most of the basic kitchen utensils were supplied. The location is in a residential area - there was a cabin right next door to us and a bed & Breakfast close as well. Even though it was in a residential area you still got the feel of being in a rural area. In fact, we were visited twice by an adolescent bear and twice by two deer! The location was a close to CO Springs, Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, Helen Hunt Falls, etc. There was always somewhere to sight see or hike within a short drive from our cottage. Word of caution - they tell you not to use your GPS when trying to find the location and that is TRUE! Follow the directions provided to you - not GPS, we got lost by doing that! Overall, we were pleased with this little cottage and we would recommend it!
We have visited the USA for over twenty years and this is the first time we have used a B&B. Firstly, the accommodation was stunning, a fabulous timber lodge full of character and atmosphere. Our room was perfect, very clean and tidy. The bed was so comfy as well.
Secondly, Debbie, the owner, was a first class hostess. She made our stay complete. She also made the most wonderful three course breakfasts each morning. They were not only delicious but so beautifully presented.
I wouldn’t hesitate to come back to this wonderful place.
Thank you, Debbie. We are definitely B&B converts.
P.S. On the last night of our stay, we slipped on our bathrobes and walked down to the jacuzzi for a soak under the wonderful Colorado stars.
P.P.S. We also loved Rudy, the loveliest of dogs who was so friendly and well behaved.