keepers , Sallie and Welling Clark, meticulously restored the property in 1986 and continue to own and operate the inn, and uphold high standards at Holden House. In addition to their innkeeping duties, the Clarks offer consulting and seminars for aspiring innkeepers. Sallie and Welling and their attentive assistant innkeeping staff, will help you plan your itinerary around the many activities in the Pikes Peak Region. From outdoor adventures such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, golf, rock climbing, and whitewater rafting to sightseeing at Garden of the Gods and Red Rock Canyon Parks or Pikes Peak, you’ll want to return time and time again. Among our many events, you won’t want to miss the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Territory Days, SpringsSpree, the Renaissance Festival in Larkspur, Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Pikes Peak Ascent/Marathon, Pikes Peak or Bust and National Little Britches Rodeos, Colorado Balloon Classic, IAFF Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial, Air Force Academy and Colorado College Graduation/Homecomings and the Holiday Festival of Lights, just to name a few. You’ll find a variety of activities all year long, including historic sites and antique districts, area museums, art galleries, unique gift shops, fine dining, the Philharmonic and other cultural events, all within easy distance of the Holden House.
Award-winning inn voted “Best” b&b
for a Honeymoon/Anniversary. Romantic restored storybook Victorians filled with antiques. Each suite boasts luxurious furnishings, queen bed, private bath, in-room telephone/modem, sitting area, snuggly robes, private label amenities, fireplace, bubble bath “tub for two”, cable tv, cd, refrigerator, free wireless internet/workstation. Centrally located in a tree-lined residential area. Porch swings, garden with gazebo & fountains. Afternoon wine social, coffee/tea, gourmet breakfasts. AAA/bed & breakfast
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Two suites are in the main house, two are in the carriage house and one suite is located in the adjacent Victorian home. Each guestroom bears the name of a Colorado mining town and contains memorabilia of that district. All have sitting areas, queen-size beds, fireplaces, CD/DVD players and cable TVs with each boasting a private bath with tub for two. Victorian fretwork, an open turret with sky mural, a skylight over the bed with hand-painted mountains and waterfall, and Roman marble tubs are just some of the varied room features. The Independence suite is accessible to guests with disabilities and offers additional privacy in the house next door.
Innkeepers Sallie and Welling Clark restored this storybook 1902 Colonial Revival-style Victorian house, its adjacent carriage house and 1898 house next door, filling the rooms with antiques and family heirlooms. Located near historic Old Colorado City in Colorado Springs, the inn has a living room with tile fireplace, a front parlor with bay window, verandas and a lovely back garden featuring a gazebo and fountains. Guests enjoy complimentary 24-hour coffee and tea service with bottomless cookie jar, afternoon wine social and a gourmet breakfast served in the formal dining room or provided en-suite for an additional fee.
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Policies & Restrictions
The inn is non-smoking and pets are not permitted as resident cat Mingtoy looks on the inn as her own. Pet-free accommodations are also available.
From I-25 take exit 141 (Hwy 24/Cimarron St.) west to 8th. Turn right (north) onto 8th St., then left (west) onto W. Colorado Ave. At 11th St., turn right (north) and proceed one block. At the stop sign, you will see the inn across the street on your left at 1102 W. Pikes Peak Avenue.