When we think of the typical bed and breakfast, we may be thinking of a cozy little cottage, not unlike grandma’s house. However, these three Denver, CO, B&Bs take that assumption and flip it on its head.
With them, your stay is much closer to a fairy tale than to a sleepover at grandma’s…
The Urban Inn: Capitol Hill Mansion
Having been built in 1891, there’s no doubt that the Capitol Hill Mansion is an old-fashioned piece of architecture. Bedecked in turrets and ruby-sandstone spires, it looks like something out of a storybook.
However, the mansion adds in some new-age flare as well, with many thanks to its head-chef: the “Urban Cowboy.” His delectable breakfasts, such as the Smoked Jalapeño Cheddar Egg Soufflé, will leave you coming back for more.
The Victorian Castle: Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast
There’s plenty of stunning buildings in City Park. However, the Victorian-era Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast stands out among them as a gleaming jewel.
While their rooms maintain most of the building’s original charm, they also add in modern features such as private outdoor hot tubs.
Castle Marne plays host to some of the most extravagant themed dinners around. If you like Harry Potter or Sherlock Holmes, for example, you’ll really get a kick out of them.
The European Chateau: Patterson Historic Inn
Denver may feel like an awfully long way from Europe…unless you’re staying at the Patterson Historic Inn.
The inn’s nine themed rooms really span the globe. From France to Prague and beyond, you’ll get a feel for it all at The Patterson.
Touches such as their in-house pub and massive reading room only embellish the globe-trotting feel of the B&B.
These B&Bs Really Up the Ante
So, were you expecting a full-blown castle? Maybe not, but these three Denver, CO, area B&Bs really do aim to stand apart from the pack.
Their rooms are fillings up fast, so be sure to give them a call and book your next stay today!