Colorado Bed and Breakfasts


North & Denver


Pikes Peak

San Juan & Southwest

Spanish Peaks & Southeast


More About Colorado

The Centennial State inked this moniker as it became part of the United States in the important year 1876. Even though Colorado has over 14,000 mountains, it also has miles and miles rolling planes and high forests. Outdoor activities such as skiing and river rafting on the Colorado River are not all that this state has to offer. Colorado is home to the Boulder International Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, Mile High Horror Film Festival and many others. Additionally, the foodie scene in Colorado is huge. Well, with this many film festivals and the royalty of Hollywood there for these events, fine food and beverage is a must! Although Southwestern and Rocky Mountain cuisines are wildly popular, the state and in particular Boulder, are home to many top-tier eateries. In 2010 Bon Appétit magazine named Boulder America’s Foodiest Town. And, a little know fact that Boulder is home to more Sommelier Masters than New York and San Francisco. Lastly, every June, Aspen is home to the Food & Wine Classic. So, whether you are an avid outdoorsman, skier, river rafter or out for shopping and fine dining, find your way to Colorado and enjoy rustic, upscale elements at every turn.