DENVER BED & BREAKFASTS
Whether you’re here on business, vacation or just looking for a romantic getaway, Denver’s bed and breakfasts can’t be beat. These Denver B&Bs offer all the comforts of home in unique and often historic settings, each with their own personal touches, ensuring a memorable stay.
Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast
2147 Tremont Pl., Denver
A quiet urban oasis in the heart of Downtown Denver, the Queen Anne Bed & Breakfast offers a refreshing blend of innovative design and historic architecture. With an emphasis on green design, the rooms provide both stylish comfort and eco-sensitivity. The Queen Anne also prizes community – a few of the rooms have been decorated by renowned local artists and the daily breakfast is made from products from local vendors, helping to keep both the food fresh and to fuel Denver’s economy.
Adagio Bed & Breakfast
1430 Race St., Denver
The gorgeous Victorian building that houses the Adagio Bed & Breakfast is just the beginning of a true Denver gem. Tucked away in the Wyman Historic District in Downtown Denver, the Adagio offers a convenient location and beautifully decorated, comfortable quiet rooms and suites at reasonable rates. Music lovers, take note: Each room or suite is named after one of the proprietors’ favorite composers.
Capitol Hill Mansion Bed and Breakfast Inn
1207 Pennsylvania St., Denver
This splendid B&B is a highlight of Denver’s quaint Capitol Hill neighborhood. Its eight elegantly appointed rooms and suites offer turn-of-the-century opulence with modern day flair. And this is one B&B that emphasizes the breakfast – just wait 'til you try their freshly baked pastries. Also, don’t miss out on the Mansion’s many romance packages that will ensure you and your loved one are treated like royalty.
1572 Race St., Denver
With its grand exterior and luxurious rooms, Castle Marne casts its spell on many. Located in the Wyman Historic District of Downtown Denver, and built in 1889, Castle Marne is listed on the National Register of Historic Structures. Each room boasts carefully chosen furnishings that bring together authentic period antiques, family heirlooms, and exacting reproductions that create a vintage mood. Settle in with a full afternoon tea, served for guests in the cozy Parlor at check-in.
The Holiday Chalet, A Victorian Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room
1820 E Colfax Ave., Denver
The Holiday Chalet, in Downtown Denver’s Historic Wyman District, is a fully restored Victorian brownstone, originally built in 1896 for a prominent Denver jeweler. Elegant period decor, private baths and kitchens, and a delicious full breakfast all combine for a truly memorable stay. You’ll love the Chalet’s stylish Tea Room, as well as the She She Boutique offering houseware, gifts, Christopher Radko Christmas ornaments, pillows, quilts, photo albums, bath accessories and children's books.
The Gregory Inn
2500 Arapahoe St., Denver
This distinctive B&B can be found in the historic Lower Downtown (LoDo) district, just a stone’s throw from Coors Field and Union Station. The Gregory Inn excels at creating a comfortable ambiance that will make you feel right at home, with muted earth tones, plush furnishings and stone fireplaces. As an added touch, you’ll find a cuddly teddy bear waiting on your bed when you arrive. In the summertime, the long veranda with its five ceiling fans offers a perfect place to sit and enjoy a spectacular view of the city skyline and the Inn's gardens.
John Walters House Bed & Breakfast
303-831-8522 2259 Gilpin St., Denver
Enjoy Denver’s Victorian era at John Walters House, a red brick 1888 Italianate mansion just minutes from Downtown Denver. The Mansion has been painstakingly restored to its original 1880s glory, featuring four elegant bedrooms, a relaxing salon and a well-stocked library. With City Park, the Denver Zoo, and the Museum of Nature and Science within walking distance, you’ll find plenty to do during your stay here.
Lumber Baron Inn & Gardens
2555 W. 37th Ave., Denver
The Lumber Baron is a luxury B&B in the Highlands neighborhood near downtown Denver. With lush gardens -- perfect for weddings -- and popular Murder Mystery Dinner packages, the Lumber Baron is the kind of place which you’ll want to keep coming back to. The B&B was named after John Mouat, a Scottish immigrant who amassed a fortune in lumber back in 1890, and was instrumental in Denver’s growth. His mansion was in disrepair until the 1990s, when Walter Keller restored the Lumber Baron into one of Denver’s most beautiful examples of Queen Anne architecture.