Every now and then, you have an encounter so enchanting that your memory may think you only imagined it. A stay at The Lennox House Bed and Breakfast, located in the heart of Downtown Colorado Springs, is such an adventure.
4.8 on March 15, 2015
We stayed two night at this great property. Everything was wonderful. The Autumn Room was a little chilly, but the fireplace made it comfortable. The hosts were absolutely amazing and we really enjoyed the breakfast each morning. It's a beautiful walk to downtown.
4.6 on February 13, 2015
Beautiful home, hospitable hostess, very clean, comfortable and private. Soft quality linens that smelled great, like being at home. Breakfast was delicious and filling. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and would definitely return. Thank you for a lovely weekend!
3.2 on February 09, 2015
We enjoyed our recent stay at the Lennox House, which is conveniently located within walking distance of downtown in a neighborhood comprised of other beautiful Victorian and Craftsman homes. We selected the Autumn Room and found it to be every bit as beautiful as it was shown to be on the Inn's website. Mike and Debbie are congenial hosts, offering up local history and delicious breakfast items in equal measure. Our only real concern - and the thing that prevented Lennox House from exceeding our expectations, is the lack of housekeeping. We made the bed ourselves each morning/afternoon of our three-night stay and - after asking for fresh towels following thesecond night, found a neat little stack, topped with a new bar of soap and shampoo/conditioner, on a table outside our door. Perhaps the owners are ultra-solicitous of their guests' privacy, but we were out for most of our stay and would have enjoyed a little more TLC
5 on September 10, 2014
The Lennox House is a beautiful historic home in Colorado Springs. The rooms are nicely decorated & comfortable. The innkeepers, Debbie and Mike, are friendly & very helpful with suggestions for sightseeing and for dining. Our room, The Spring Haven, faces west & overlooks Nevada Avenue with a view of Pikes Peak. This was a perfect place to stay for a couple of days to sightsee in Colorado Springs before heading up in the mountains to our dude ranch. The service was exceptional as was the breakfast both mornings. The history of this fine old home is quite interesting. You can read about John Lennox and his family here, http://tinyurl.com/ngkb8yr We would highly recommend a stay at the Lennox House.
4.2 on July 22, 2014
We stayed in the Summer Escape room. It was an outstanding room. Deb & Mike's service was also great. Breakfast was good, but would have liked better coffee and crisper french toast.
4.4 on May 29, 2014
Our stay was very relaxing. This is truly a charming historical home. Our Innkeepers were very personable. Mike is quite the historian and kept us entertained with stories of the area. They also know the best places to eat and the area attractions.
3.2 on February 21, 2014
My wife and I stayed one night and that was plenty. It is a beautiful house and maintained with care. I enjoyed the old fashioned feel and stained glass windows. A short walk to the downtown area if it's warm. The only issue I had was with the owner. I couldn't tell if it was her. Normal personality or if we had done something wrong. But it felt as though we were unwanted house guests. There was an underlined tone of annoyance from the min. We showed up. Not very inviting.
4.8 on August 01, 2013
We just got done doing a 2-night stay at Lennox House, and Deb was a great host (and chef). Colorado Springs is beautiful, and Deb knows all the best parts of it to experience. Also, we were a group of 4 adults and a baby, so it was great to stay in the Falcon's Next room . . . 2 bedrooms (total of 4 beds), plus a common living room area, kitchen area, and bathroom. Awesome. Enjoy!
4.4 on July 24, 2013
This is a fabulous B&B Bonnie was very helpful to us throughout our stay and even made reservations for us at a restaurant she recommended. My only suggestion would be to make coffee for early risers. Tea was available in pre-package envelopes, but no coffee. We will be staying there again!
4.8 on July 17, 2013
This was our second stay as a family of four at the Lennox House. The upper Falcon's Nest apartment was unavailable, but we were able to thoroughly enjoy the Summer Escape room, which had ample space for our two young kids (ages 2 and 6.) The room is cheerful and relaxing, in shades of robin's egg blue and lemon yellow....the bathroom has a fantastic-ly large tub, and the king bed was extremely comfortable. The boys shared the daybed, which had a trundle as well. There is a mini fridge on the same level, with bottled water, and a cute little sitting area that overlooks the front yard. Downstairs in the dining area, there are always snacks left out for guests: nut snack mix, M&Ms, chocolates, mints, and a specially made baked treat, such as brownies or chocolate chip cookies. The house itself is still as impressive as we remember-and they just had the front steps totally rebuilt and the entire exterior of the house is being repainted this week (still the color yellow!) The grounds are maintained well...loved that the yard is fenced and the kids were able to run about and borrow balls, wagons, bikes and other toys from the innkeeper. Melissa was fantastic (and allowed us to check in several hours early), and Debbie and Mike (innkeepers) were sweet and helpful, and very informative. Like visiting family! The location is walkable to CO College, and we also made the trek on foot to downtown (or a few minutes drive away.) Tons of shops and restaurants minutes away. Close to major highway too. I will continue to suggest this B&B to my friends and relatives...it's one of the only B&B in the area that accepts kids under 12 and they give a VERY generous military discount (which we are!) Thank you for another lovely stay!! We'll be back!
Description: The Summer Escape has a beautiful oak, four-poster king-size bed. Stained Glass Art bay windows surround an ornate iron trundle bed, which can sleep two additional guests. The blue and yellow decor reflects the beauty of the Rockies on a warm Colorado summer day. This room also features a pair of antique satin upholstered Victorian chairs with an antique oval carved tea table for two. The private bath contains a romantic tub for two, as well as a separate shower. # Ammenities: King-size Pillow-top Bed # Romantic Tub for Two # Trundle bed which sleeps 2 # Cable TV w/DVD # In-room wireless phone with free calls anywhere in the U.S. # Hair Dryer # Ironing Board/Iron # Clock Radio # Bathrobes # Individually Controlled A/C & Ceiling Fan # Central Heating # High-Speed Wireless Internet Access
Description: The Autumn Retreat, located on the first floor, has been renovated to accommodate our handicapped guests. Its decor reflects the warm colors of the Colorado fall. Formerly Mr. Lennox's drawing room, this expansive bedroom features a king-size bed, oak floors, original oak-carved gas fireplace, and a love-seat couch with twin pull-out bed for an additional guest. The remodeled elegant bath includes a shower/tub combination, double sinks, and an antique armoire. # Ammenities: King-size Pillow-top Bed # Gas Fireplace # Loveseat w/Pull-out Twin Bed # Cable TV w/DVD # In-room wireless phone with free calls anywhere in the U.S. # Hair Dryer # Ironing Board/Iron # Clock Radio # Bathrobes # Individually Controlled A/C # Central Heating # High-Speed Wireless Internet Access
Description: The Winter Hideaway features two pillow-top twin beds, that can be placed together to form a single king-size pillow-top bed with matching writing desk, complimented by soft Tiffany lighting. The sumptuous private bath features a six & a half foot clawfoot tub, a dual marble topped vanity sink and a separate glassed-in shower. The cool colors of the Colorado winter, reflected in the decor of this room, invite you to snuggle up any time of the year. Ammenities: # King-Size Pillow-top Bed, or 2 Twin Pillow-Top beds # Clawfoot Tub # Cable HDTV w/DVD # In-room wireless phone with free calls anywhere in the U.S. # Hair Dryer # Ironing Board/Iron # Clock Radio # Bathrobes # Individually Controlled A/C & Ceiling Fan # Central Heating # High-Speed Wireless Internet Access
Located on the third floor, is a full, two-bedroom suite with its own private entrance. The woodsy pine motif is reminiscent of the Colorado high country and is accented with touches of red, white, and blue in honor of Colorado Springs's military community. The antique bronze falcon, which is the mascot of the United States Air Force Academy, graces the mantle of the fireplace. This suite's living area includes a sitting room with a queen-size hide-a-bed sofa, television with DVD player, and an electric fireplace. The oak table can function as a dining or game table.
The Spring room faces west and overlooks historic tree-lined Nevada Avenue with views of Pikes Peak Mountain as a backdrop. This spacious room features a queen-size walnut bed, loveseat with twin pull-out bed, and writing table with antique Victorian chairs. Its pastel palette gives rebirth to the splendid decor of the classic Victorian era. The private bath contains a shower only. Ammenities: * Queen-Size Pillow-top Bed * Loveseat w/Twin Bed * Cable TV w/DVD * In-room wireless phone with free calls anywhere in the U.S. * Hair Dryer * Ironing Board/Iron * Clock Radio * Bathrobes * Individually Controlled A/C & Ceiling Fan * Central Heating * High-Speed Wireless Internet Access
Old Historic North End, City, Downtown, Mountains
Colorado Springs, CO (COS) 10 miles
From Interstate 25, take Uintah Street (exit 143). Go East on Uintah Street five blocks to Nevada Avenue. Go North (left) on Nevada Avenue. We are located on the right between San Miguel Street and Columbia Street.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Extreme sports, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Night life, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado College, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Fort Carson, US Olympic Training Center, Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and Pikes Peak, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo, University, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Bike rental, Board games, Clothes dryer, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Movie library, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Videos, Washer/dryer , Laundry Facilities, Off Street Parking, Gourmet Breakfast, Hot and Cold Drinks Available, Free WiFi, Large Sun Deck
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, US Air Force Academy, Cave of the Winds, Pikes Peak Clog Railway, Olympic Training Center, Colorado College, Garden of the Gods, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Whitewater Rafting
Mike and Debbie Beck
Sometimes you are blessed to find your perfect niche. Such is the case with Mike and Debbie Beck, Innkeepers of the distinguished Lennox House Bed and Breakfast in Downtown Colorado Springs. With a passion for hospitality and local history, Debbie and Mike have provided a warm and comfortable environment for travelers passing through the illustrious Old North End since 2006.
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