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Very enjoyable, though short, stay. Beautiful old building, convenient location, delicious breakfast, accommodating staff. Everything was just fine. Would stay certainly stay there again if we were in the area.
I can't say enough about this little gem of a bed-and-breakfast, from the moment I walked in and saw all of the beautiful original woodwork and stained glass windows, it was like stepping back in time. I stayed in the Antoinette room, beautifully decorated with...More
This is a lovingly restored mansion in a quiet oasis within Denver limits. If you are a walker it is a short stretch of the legs to Denver city center but quiet enough to lay your head at night. Each room has it's own look...More
Patterson Inn is a converted 1895 mansion, well appointed and flawlessly managed. The rooms are comfortable and.spacious. Breakfast is delicious, using locally-sourced ingredients to the extent possible. There is a wine happy hour with snacks in the downstairs lounge. Patterson is in easy walking distance...More
My husband and I got away for a long weekend in Denver and I didn't want to stay in a chain hotel. I found this place on Trip Advisor and it did not disappoint! It is stuffed full of history, it is a gorgeous old...More
I did not have a car, so I did not pay too close attention to parking. There was parked cars on both side of street. The Inn may have had some parking in the back, but on the front side- entrance there was only two parking... More
I did not have a car, so I did not pay too close attention to parking. There was parked cars on both side of street. The Inn may have had some parking in the back, but on the front side- entrance there was only two parking places. They may just be for unloading as I did not see cars parked there for extended periods of time. Sorry I am not more helpful.
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