This is a very idiosyncratic place that has not changed in 30 years. Fun to have a drink with the locals or try the grand buffet on Saturdays. If you Ski Belleayre or drive through the town you can walk and see this relic of a bygone era still in business.
As stated in previous reviews if you want a Hyatt DO NOT STAY HERE. The owner Steve told me to convey that message (he's not a computer savvy kinda guy). The Inn was built in 1790 wand has a a rich history. A lot of the antiques are one of a kind and the Inn is very…
We read the reviews and was actually put off and not looking forward to trip, however we went and t be honest,the owner and friends were repairing the dining room .He showed us to our room which was clean,quaint and comfortable,he made us feel very welcome. It's not faceless and…
If I was not on a motorcycle and touched down at this place just prior to dark, I would of turned around and left . The pictures on the website are deceiving .... Gentleman that owns it is very nice but its time to shut it down or gut and re do ! I will say Isabela the Yorkie…
We were going to stay here 2 nights while skiing at Belleayre but left the next morning after a sleepless night. The place is dirty, may have been renovated 100 years ago. Gas heater goes on and off all night from very hot to very cold. Do not reccomend this place.
"Make sure you speak to Steve about some of the stories behind the Inn and the antiques it holds."
"Upstairs rooms require climbing a very steep staircase"
"Do not stay at this inn unless you do not care about a really shabby experience."
"Plenty other options in near by villages. Please avoid this place at all costs!...."
"pick a different hotel"