Bed and Breakfast Colorado Springs

Are you planning the perfect getaway to Colorado Springs? The city is your gateway to adventure. Bed and breakfasts in Colorado Springs run the gamut from lavish to quaint.

Bed and Breakfast Colorado Springs

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You can choose between boutique inns or historic homes in downtown Colorado Springs. If you want to stay on the outskirts then look for rustic accommodations that provide cabin rentals or chalets.

Bed and breakfasts in Colorado Springs,  CO are ideal for a respite, a romantic interlude, or even a family  vacation. You’ll just need to pick an area of the city and decide on  attractions. Most Colorado Springs Bed and Breakfast accommodations offer a hearty full breakfast so you can start your day  of adventure on a full stomach and then return in the evening to a  comfortable room for a night of relaxation.

    Weather

  • The summer months are warm in Colorado Springs with an average temperature hovering around 84 degrees Fahrenheit. On  occasion, the temperature can be increased to above 92 degrees  Fahrenheit but it’s rare. During the winter the temperature tends to  hover at around 20 degrees Fahrenheit and can dip to below 4 degrees  Fahrenheit. Most people enjoy visiting the city from mid-June to  early-September

  • History

  • The area around the site of Colorado Springs is alive with history. For centuries the Arapaho, Cheyenne, Ute, and other Native American tribes would stay at the base of Pikes Peak to make use of its abundant water supply. The area where they would camp is now the Garden of the Gods Park.

    In  1806, Zebulon Pike stumbled upon the area. He tried to reach the summit  but failed. However, the area was still named after him, “Pikes Peak”.

    By 1859, the city of Colorado Springs was formed and dubbed Colorado City. Eventually, gold was discovered on the west side of Pikes Peak.  It was one of the most lucrative gold strikes in American history.  Quickly, the area grew in population as miners flocked to the region to  find their fortunes. Colorado Springs was soon referred to as ‘the city of millionaires’.

  • Activities

  • No visit to Colorado Springs is complete without first driving to the summit of Pikes Peak. On a clear day, they say that you can see to the state’s boundaries. After exploring the Pikes Peak Region, you can venture down to the Garden of the Gods to learn about the Native Americans who once called the area home.

    History buffs will want to soak up Old Colorado City, visit Cripple Creek where the gold was discovered, head down Cascade to explore historic Old Colorado Springs. Woodland Park is another must-visit place for anyone who wants to immerse themselves in the region’s rich history.

    Tourists enjoy learning about the Air Force Academy, the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, and the Colorado College.

    Without a doubt, Colorado Springs is the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. The area is dotted with various bed and breakfasts which only enhance your stay in the vibrant city. Whether you stay at a Victorian B&B or something with Old West flavor, you are sure to have a memorable trip.

  • Natural Features

  • Colorado Springs sits at the base of the mighty Rocky Mounts. You can enjoy miles of  hiking and mountain biking trails. You’ll see stunning rock formations,  dramatic scenery, and outstanding geological features. Take a cave tour  at the Cave of the Winds Mountain Park where you can go deep underground. The Broadmoor Seven Falls is an outstanding geographic marvel. The waterfalls are located in at  1250 feet in a box canyon between the Pillars of Hercules. You can even  take a zip line tour of the falls to see them up close.

  • Things to do

  • Have you picked the perfect Victorian B&B to call home while you explore historic Old Colorado City or drive up the staggering heights of Pikes Peak?  The Pikes Peak Region also boasts a diverse trail system.

    If you are an outdoor enthusiast then you might not be aware that you can hike several miles of trails at the Air Force Academy. The trails are open to bikes, hiking, and horseback riding.

    At the Garden of the Gods, you can enjoy bike riding, adventure programs, jeep tours, segways, and climbing adventure

    During the winter months, local Woodland Park features an ice skating rink.

    In Old Colorado City, you can grab a bite to eat and explore the many shops in the historic district.

    Located a short distance from Colorado Springs, you might want to explore Cripple Creek.  The mining town is like stepping back in time. Many people mistakenly  believe it’s a ghost town today. Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, the picturesque location is truly lovely to behold. You’ll see the small stream as it cascades over the water and you’ll be able to picture the miners who once panned for gold along its shoreline.

    Parents, students, and tourists often want to explore the Univerity of Colorado-Colorado Springs and Colorado College.

  • Food and Drink

  • Colorado Springs has ample restaurants and outdoor patio dining. In the warm weather,  casual and family restaurants boom as the establishments throw open  their doors and set tables outdoors. In the winter months, most of the  dining rooms have fireplaces or outdoor heaters. With COVID mandates, outdoor dining has become very popular and restaurants are rising to meet the needs of their patrons for safety.

    Nightlife  is thriving in the city. The clubs have live music, and many feature  wine-tasting rooms. Typically, the party continues at such places until  the wee hours of the morning.

    Colorado Springs is often referred to as ‘Little London’ due to its many international cafes and restaurants.

Bed and Breakfast Colorado Springs FAQ

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  • How can I get around Colorado Springs CO?

    Colorado Springs is a city that is spread out without adequate public transportation  options so you will want to use a car to get around. Ideally, you should  rent a car so you have an auto at your disposal.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Colorado Springs CO?

    Are planning a weekend getaway or do you need a long-term vacation rental? You’ll find the perfect bed and breakfast in Colorado Springs. You can even reserve a room at a Victorian establishment for a romantic getaway.  Stay in the heart of Old Colorado City or within historic Old Colorado City where adventure is a short stroll away from your lodging. You can also stay at Woodland Park. If you are visiting the Air Force Academy then you might want to find a B&B close by. Many of the inns feature views of the Rocky Mountains or the Pikes Peak region. If you want to stay at a rustic lodge then look around Cripple Creek or the Garden of the Gods.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Colorado Springs Bed and Breakfast?

    You’ll want to decide what amenities are important to you when making your reservations with the innkeeper and before check-in. Do you want a hot tub? Does free wifi matter? Will you be happy with a continental breakfast versus a full gourmet breakfast? Some B&Bs are rustic and might lack amenities like a flat-screen tv or a hairdryer so be sure to check if those things are important.

    On occasion, you might be able to find an establishment with a living room and separate bedrooms which are ideal if you are vacationing as a family.

  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Colorado Springs?

    The Holden House 1902 Bed & Breakfast is three Victorians that sit side by side. Without a doubt, it is one of the best bed and breakfasts in Colorado Springs.

    The Black Forest Bed and Breakfast Colorado Springs is a lovely private getaway with amazing mountain views. You can rent a furnished cabin with a complete kitchen.

    Lovely St Mary’s Bed and Breakfast in Colorado Springs The lavish Victorian mansion is located in the historic district. It is considered one of the most romantic bed and breakfasts in Colorado Springs.