Finding the perfect B&B can really enhance your Rocky Mountain vacation. Cozier and more luxurious than a boring old hotel, these little gems serve up history, great architecture, and gourmet food.
But How Do I Find a Romantic Bed and Breakfast in Colorado Springs?
The choices are in the dozens, and it’s all about location.
1.) Do you want to stay in the City?
Bed and breakfast places in or near Old Colorado City are a great start if you’re looking to stay in town. Especially if you favor Victorian homes, don’t miss Holden House 1902. This is an award winner and very popular. If you want to stay closer to downtown, St.Mary’s and Lennox House are excellent choices, as they are within walking distance to several museums and restaurants and are also highly lauded.
2.) Are you looking for Bed and Breakfast cabins in or close to the mountains?
If so, you should check surrounding areas and mountain towns like Manitou Springs, Cascade, and Woodland Park. With names like Rockledge Country Inn, Pikes Peak Paradise, and Adobe Inn, you’ll have plenty of mountain views with your eggs and coffee. And rumor has it that Onaldege is a haunted B&B if you like thrills with your romantic lodging, or perhaps your potential wedding guests like ghosts?
3.) What are the rates?
You won’t find many cheap bed and breakfasts, unfortunately, but the good news is you do get what you pay for: a gorgeous setting and amazing meals. Rates in and around Colorado Springs generally range from $125 – $275 per night.
4.) What about my pets?
Most Inns are not pet-friendly, perhaps due to the food service, but you may have luck with a vacation home or cabin rental.
Good luck finding your perfect getaway, and enjoy the Pikes Peak region!