Logwood Bed & Breakfast
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Logwood Bed and Breakfast Lodge is a luxurious three story 5,000 square foot red cedar log home bed and breakfast, that sits on the banks of the River in the beautiful North Animas Valley of Durango, Colorado. There are 8 guest rooms with private baths, robes, phones, data ports and other amenities. All rooms are attractively furnished with log frame beds and colorful quilts. A full breakfast is served each morning, and afternoon snacks are available upon returning from a day of activity in the four corners area. Winter Discount Ski Packages available for Durango Mountain Resort, as well as Sleigh Ride & Hot Springs Spa Packages.Logwood Bed and Breakfast Lodge is centrally located in the Four Corners Region for your next vacation in the Colorado Rockies.
About Our InnLogwood Bed and Breakfast Lodge can accommodate groups of up to 20 people, and is a terrific alternative to renting a vacation condo for your group. We are located only 12 miles from the North side of Durango, Colorado, and 12miles South of Durango Mountain Resort. Trimble Hot Springs is just 3 miles from the Lodge, and we are only 4 miles South of Tamarron Resort. This ideal location makes LOGWOOD Bed and Breakfast Lodge the closest and most convenient B&B to Durango Mountain Resort.Whether you're visiting in Winter or Summer, you'll find an endless array of exciting things to do in Durango. Check Availability for dates and lodging choices, or make your Durango vacation reservations online.
We do Family Reunions at the Logwood Bed and Breakfast Lodge.
AwardsLogwood Bed and Breakfast Lodge of Durango was awarded "Best Places to Stay-The Rockies"LOGWOOD BED AND BREAKFAST LODGE HAS WON FIVE DISTINCT AWARDSFour of the awards were 'Romantic' category Awards. The lodge has also been featured in many publications, including:
- Best Placesto Stay-The Rockies
- Log Home Living
- Log Home Illustrated
- Romantic Weekends for Two: Best Places to Stay in the Southwest
- Journey to the High Southwest
- National Bed and Breakfast Association
- Durango Herald News
- Cross Currents/Durango Weekend Activities Guide
Area AttractionsLogwood is the closest and the most convenient B&B to downhill and cross-country skiing in Durango. After skiing we are just 3 miles from Trimble Hot Springs where you can soak or get a massage.Whether you're visiting in winter or summer, you'll find an almost endless array of exciting things to do in Durango and the four corners region.
Fall and Winter Activities:
Viewing the colorful changes of the Aspen leaves
Downhill skiing at Durango Mountain Resort (Normally skiing begins Thanksgiving Day. Check with us!)
Cross-country skiing at The Nordic Center offers beginner classes, group lessons, private lessons, and specialty programs
Dog sledding and snow shoeing
Snowmobile or take a horse-drawn sleigh rides in La Plata Canyon and San Juan Mountains
Durango's own fun-filled winter carnival, Snowdown, held each year at the end of January
Gambling at the Sky Ute Casino
Sitting in front of our rock fireplace sipping hot cider or hot chocolate while reading your favorite novel
Mesa Verde National Park is a special place in the winter. No crowds which makes it easy to get around
Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Train runs once a day to Cascade Canyon
Snow Cat skiing in the back country
Soak or get a massage at Trimble Hot Springs
Spring and Summer Activities:
Ride the dramatic DurangoSilverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Visit Mesa Verde National Park, Aztec National Monument, and the Anasazi Indian ruins in Aztec N.M.
Hiking or mountain biking in the surrounding San Juan Mountains
Fishing on the Animas river, or the world famous San Juan river, and other nearby rivers and lakes
White water rafting and kayaking
Golf and tennis at Tamarron
Sheraton Resort, Dalton Ranch, Hillcrest or Pinon Hills in Farmington N.M.
Shopping in any of the many southwestern art galleries
Soaring and hot air ballooning
Four-wheel adventure in the San Juan Mountains by yourself or with a tour
Music in the Mountains (Orchestra in an outside tent at Purgatory July/Aug. for 3 wks).
Explore the many Trading Posts that still exist selling wonderful Southwest Indian Art.