The St Marys Inn Bed & Breakfast
Colorado Springs' Finest Bed & Breakfast.
A Victorian mansion built in 1895, renovated over a 4 years period and opened/completed in January. 2006.
This 14 bedroom mansion features private adjoining bathrooms, with jacuzzi tubs, high speed internet with wireless, TV/VCR & DVD, etc.
The St. Mary's Inn is located right in Downtown, so you can enjoy all the convenient amenities and attractions.
The Inn is of old Victorian architecture, but fully renovated with the finest furnishings and amenities that will guarantee the comfort you're looking for. The plumbing is all new - great water pressure. The electrical system is all new - no outages and up to code light fixtures and smoke and carbon Monoxide detectors etc..
The premises has on site parking with plenty of street parking, as well.
The Complimentary full gourmet breakfast by chef Conchita Nolet will be a memory never to be forgotten.
At special request lunches, dinners or special occasions / events can be arranged and accommodated. All rooms are individually air conditioned & heated.
Colorado Springs was founded by Englishmen who named it 'Little London'.
There was more gold found in these hills (in nearby Cripple Creek) than was found in California or Alaska. General Jackson Palmer was the founder of this city and it became prosperous when he brought his railroad here.
The Colorado College founded in 1874 has long history here. This mansion, now The St. Mary's Inn, was built in 1895 by Mary Giddings who owned the department store. She sold it to Edwin Stark, his wife Belle and their 4 children. Edwin Stark was known as the town historian. He donated 600 photos to our local museum. Edwin Stark came form the east with his cattle, and held many prominent positions in town.
||530 North Nevada Avenue,
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903 USA
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This page was last updated: 21 June 2010