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Redstone Castle Boutique Hotel Suites

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58 Redstone Castle Lane, Redstone, CO 81623-8409
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Welcome to the suites at the historic Redstone Castle, built in 1902 to impress John Osgood’s wealthy friends and barons of industry. Originally named Cleveholm Manor, Redstone Castle anchors the mountain hamlet of Redstone, in the magnificent Crystal River Valley. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971, the Castle provides a unique glimpse into the personal styles and social culture of America’s elite at the turn of the 20th century. Each suite features a sitting room, a separate bedroom and bathroom.
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nedtraveler wrote a review Oct 2021
Nederland, Colorado544 contributions286 helpful votes
Whether one considers this 120-year-old historic place a “castle” or just a totally enormous mansion, spending time here is a unique experience. Located on a hillside with views of red-rock cliffs, the ornate building has nine large suites, with much of the original furniture but modernized bathrooms. We stayed in the “Sunshine Suite.” The remarkable caretaker (Lindsay) is a fount of historical knowledge and an excellent cook; she provides delicious cuisine both during a late afternoon reception in the Great Room and a scrumptious, multi-course breakfast in the windowed tower. An hour-long personalized tour of the building is free to overnight guests. There are several trails on the property. We walked on a lengthy circular route that took us past the historic entrance gate, to a gazebo, and to several places along the shore of the Crystal River, with amazing views. Lindsay had made a delicious peach cobbler, which we enjoyed on our return from our walk. (There is no actual restaurant or bar at the castle.) The cost of a luxurious overnight stay is very expensive but well worth it. We recommend spending two nights rather than one so that one can explore the castle and the grounds during a full day. Watch out for the automatic sprinkler system and also obey the “11 mph” speed limit signs.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Emily wrote a review Aug 2021
San Francisco, California15 contributions7 helpful votes
Wow wow wow! We were completely spoiled by our stay at Redstone Castle. Despite previous reviews below, they are definitely open for business and welcoming guests. Lindsey was the most marvelous host and went above and beyond to provide a flawless stay. We stayed in the Roosevelt Suite which was perfection, however all of the rooms look wonderful as well. We were treated to a wine and appetizer reception, followed by a tour of the historical property. The breakfast in the morning was above and beyond. We enjoyed walking around the property and watching the deer frolicking outside our windows. Being immersed in such an incredible property, and all of its history, was a truly incredible experience. I can’t recommend it enough! We can’t wait to return and hope to one day rent the whole castle out for a family and friends retreat.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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HuskerTraveler2 wrote a review Oct 2020
Lincoln, Nebraska1076 contributions388 helpful votes
Extremely helpful staff. A unique treasure that's been thru a number of proprietors since it's construction in 1902. On the National Registery. Staying here is extremely expensive, but you are transported to the days of wealthy industrialists (the builder was the 6th richest man in the U.S. at the time of construction). Outstanding gourmet breakfasts and bottles of wine are provided for afternoon aspertif. Unfortunately, this treasure will be permanently closed by the end of October, 2020 (a victim of the ruthless Covid shutdown).
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Date of stay: September 2020
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DJH-Dano wrote a review Sep 2020
Denver, Colorado45 contributions29 helpful votes
Nice historic site with great staff. Breakfast not to be missed.Take the tour and enjoy the surrounding areas. Enjoy also the Redstone Inn for dinner. We had a very nice meal there! Also recommend driving to Marble
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Date of stay: September 2020
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marytbates wrote a review Aug 2020
Eagle, Colorado4 contributions1 helpful vote
We returned to the Castle to celebrate another anniversary, and to make sure we didn’t dream our wonderful stay last year (see my review 8/2019). This year, our hosts were Candace and Vicky. These two charming women provided us with another wonderful stay. With Covid precautions, they accommodated any request safely and made us feel so comfortable. It was a pleasure getting to know them. Once again, we stayed in the downstairs Study Suite, which stays cool during hot weather. The closet is John Osgood’s former safe, and you can almost feel the energy and sense the financial dealings that occurred among the Fuel King of the West and the Rockefellers, Morgan, and other wealthy industrial capitalists of the early 20th century. We enjoyed the amenities, of which there are many (mentioned in the numerous 5 star reviews), and especially exploring the many books, paintings, and other artifacts related to Osgood and his times. I especially loved the complimentary book, well-written by the Munsells. Outside, total fun walking the trails, exploring the town of Redstone, visiting Marble and the southern route on 133 (McClure Pass). We even revisited the tour and video, thank you, Vicky. We live about an hour away, yay!, so for sure will be back. Giving RC more than 5 stars!!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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PRICE RANGE
$369 - $463 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Cleveholm Manor
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United StatesColoradoRedstone
NUMBER OF ROOMS
7
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Frequently Asked Questions about Redstone Castle Boutique Hotel Suites
Which popular attractions are close to Redstone Castle Boutique Hotel Suites?
Nearby attractions include West Elk Loop Scenic Byway (1.5 km), Redstone Castle Tours (0.04 km), and Redstone Coke Oven Historic District (1.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Redstone Castle Boutique Hotel Suites?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Redstone Castle Boutique Hotel Suites?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Redstone Castle Boutique Hotel Suites?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Redstone Castle Boutique Hotel Suites?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Redstone Castle Tours (0.04 km) and Redstone Coke Oven Historic District (1.4 km).