Inn at the Spanish Peaks B&B

310 E. Francisco Street, La Veta, Colorado 81055
Innkeeper(s): Tracy & Bill
  • Inn at the Spanish Peaks

    Inn at the Spanish Peaks

  • Colorado Suite

    Colorado Suite

  • Costa Rica Deck

    Costa Rica Deck

  • Enjoy a full gourmet breakfast.

    Enjoy a full gourmet breakfast.

 
  • Introduction

    Inn at the Spanish Peaks - La Veta, Colorado

    Located in the small town of La Veta, Colorado,  The Inn at the Spanish Peaks Bed and Breakfast is a Santa Fe adobe style home. The Bed and Breakfast's southwestern architecture includes open beams and high ceilings which give the feeling of spaciousness and warmth. The Inn has three guest suites  all with  private baths and decks  with spectacular views of the majestic mountains. A full gourmet breakfast  is included with the stay. We invite you to come and enjoy our home and hope that the mountains will provide you a setting for relaxation and reflection.

    Established in 1997

    We have enjoyed 15 years of meeting and visiting with guest from all over the world.  We retired from corporate life and decided to build a small bed and breakfast in this most wonderful, peaceful and talented community.  We have watched many artists move to La Veta which bring in students from everywhere in the world.  This area is the best kept secret in Colorado with a rich Native American and Settler history which can be seen in our Francisco Fort Museum.  The amazing beauty of this valley brings many hikers to climb the Spanish Peaks and view our "Dike Walls".

    For the comfort and enjoyment of guests the Inn has a great room with a see-through fireplace, huge open beams and a full wall of windows with views of the Spanish Peaks opening to a covered patio. The Private library has plenty of reading materials, games and videos.  Inn has High Speed Wireless Internet Access.

    The town is just three blocks away and has become a thriving Arts Community with several galleries. The Tims Art Quilt Studio & Gallery, home of Ricky Tims who is a world Famous fabric artist (www.thequiltshow.com).  Judith Baker Montano, fiber Artist and needlework specialist. The La Veta School of the Arts (www.theLVSA.org) provides art classes of all types.  There are several specialty and antique shops, a great bakery, restaurants and of course Grandote Peaks Golf Course. Winter at Cuchara Valley provides opportunity for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. (Cuchara Mtn Resort does not have downhill skiing at this time.) Rio Grande Senic Rail Excursions is currently running a passenger train from Alamosa to La Veta and return over old La Veta Pass, the highest standard gauge crossing in the Front Range. This trip goes through Forbes/Trinchera Park, around horseshoe curve, the edge of San Isabel Nat'l Forest, through 2 tunnels and into historic 1870's town of La Veta. Tickets may be purchased at www.alamosatrain.com.