There are a handful of bed and breakfast establishments available in the Boulder area, all boasting cozy rooms, comfortable interiors and gracious hosts. Each bed and breakfast is unique and offers a variety of amenities.
The Bradley Boulder Inn is within walking distance of Pearl Street, the University of Colorado-Boulder, and offers 12 well-appointed guest rooms. Rates include services such as bottled water, fresh cookies, access to one of Boulder’s newest fitness centers, and a daily wine and cheese hour in the house great room.
The Briar Rose Bed & Breakfast has been taking care of Boulder visitors for 30 years. The original rooms in the home were built in the 1880s. The house was built in the Queen Anne style mixed with some "arts and crafts" architectural elements. It is a double-gabled residence with a wrought iron balcony, stone lintels, carved keystone, and a glass block transom. There are ten rooms available, all of which are intended to make you feel at home. Amenities include unlimited tea service, organic breakfast, organic bed linens, a business center and Wi-Fi.
The Lookout Inn Guesthouse & Suites offers rooms with kitchenettes, gas fireplaces, and high speed internet, and also features a conference room that holds up to eight people. The Alps Boulder Canyon Inn is another wonderful bed and breakfast option. The Alps Boulder Canyon Inn was built before Colorado was a state, and the property’s original liquor license was signed for by Teddy Roosevelt. This property has a lot of history and offers every amenity you could want, along with 12 comfortable, attractive rooms.
Each bed and breakfast establishment in the Boulder area is unique and offers exceptional service, beautiful rooms, and delicious food. Many also offer special packages each season. Stay in a bed and breakfast when you visit Boulder and you won’t be disappointed.