We feature 6 rooms, ranging from single occupancy to a family of 4. Vintage rooms with modern amenities, a serene bath with claw foot tub/shower, free WIFI and 24 hr. Keurig bar and free continental breakfast in our breakfast room assure your comfort and convenience. Leave at your own time for skiing, hiking, biking or shopping! Peruse the photos to choose your favorite room! Then book it to lock in your reservation! Our gift shop "Trinkets & Things" is open now, featuring handcrafted and vintage items. Jewelry, wall art, Silver Plume cards, scarves and hats, mosaic and hand-painted tables and collectables are featured items. Stop and shop! Guests can shop until 9PM!
Furnished with vintage bed and furniture, this room has a twin bed and whimsical pictures of cats.
Nightly Rate: $50 - $50
This room features a vintage double bed, vintage twin bed and a small chaise tucked into a cozy dormer. This lofty suite is perfect for a small family of 3 or 4. Beautiful views of the mountains and town from the top of the house!
Nightly Rate: $120 - $120
This room features a full size vintage bed, vintage and modern décor, a long leather couch and vintage dresser. The views from the 2 windows (it is a corner room) are of the canyon and Silver Plume! This room can accommodate up to 3 persons; we can dress the couch for sleeping.
Nightly Rate: $85 - $85
3.8 on September 03, 2014
We chose the Windsor because the location was near Torreys and they allowed our small dog to stay with us. The proprieters were very friendly and welcoming and provided detailed restaurant recommendations. Bed and pillows were comfy. Hot and cold drinks, fresh fruit, prepackaged-type pastries, frozen waffles and such were available 24/7. This was great for us since we were able to have breakfast at 5:30 AM which is not possible at most B&Bs and a big reason we typically do not stay at B&Bs. There is a shared bathroom for six rooms, however, the toilet and tub/shower are in separate rooms so both can be used at the same time. There were four people in residence, including us, the night we were there and there was no waiting. Our room was quite small but, then, I reserved the cheapest one. The others that were empty were all quite a bit larger and I would choose one of them for a longer stay. The breakfast area had a table and chairs and there was outdoor seating on the front porch and 2nd floor balcony. Other than those, no common/lounge areas. The tiny town is quaint and many of the houses have been refurbished. We would stay here again if we wanted to hike in the area.
Thank you for the lovely review. You expressed perfectly our philosophy of providing breakfast foods that our guests can enjoy at any time, since so many of our guests are hikers and skiers. We do try to price our rooms according to room size and occupancy, and plan to keep the prices affordable. With a variety of room sizes, choosing a room that is a little larger is a great choice for a longer stay. And for those that simply want an inexpensive room for a quick overnight before hiking, the smaller rooms work well. We hope that you enjoyed your stay, and always welcome the pet members of your family! Please feel free to stay with us again... we do offer a small discount for return guests!
5 on August 11, 2014
My husband and I spent three nights at the Windsor in Room #1. We had a wonderful stay -- enjoying the delicious breakfast foods shared in the room across the hall and coffee or tea anytime as well. This is a very old and charming building. And the owners are super nice. If you are tired of staying in the chain hotels, this is an opportunity for something different. Very clean and well-run!
Our historic miners' hotel dates from 1884, but we strive to provide an authentic, yet comfortable stay for our guests. I would bet that the miners and salesmen that stayed many years ago would appreciate the heat in the rooms and indoor restroom and bathing! We want our guests to feel at home and snack or have breakfast when it is convenient for them, and plan our foods accordingly. We are so glad that you enjoyed your stay, off the "beaten path", in Silver Plume!
4.4 on August 11, 2014
Windsor Hotel was a great place to stay before an early start hiking Mt Bierstadt - we stayed in Room #4, which was very comfortable. Jere was very welcoming, telling us some history - the old building is in great condition.
We are so glad that you enjoyed your stay with us! We try to present our guests with enough modern amenities to balance the age of the building (130 years old) while retaining some of the charm of a building this age. We hope that you choose to stay with us again in the future!
3.8 on July 06, 2014
I recommend the Windsor Hotel. The owners were so kind and very accommodating! It's a great price and very convenient for some great hiking (including only being 30 minutes away from the Guanella Pass trailhead for Mount Bierstadt).
We love being so close to terrific hiking in the Rockies! We try to tailor our continental breakfast to hikers and skiers with foods to eat before leaving and granola bars and pocket fruit to bring with for quick energy on the trail. We look forward to seeing you the next time that you plan a hike in our area!
Mountains, Small town
Denver, CO (DEN-Denver Intl.) 69 miles
Take Pena Blvd. from the airport to I76/I70, which turns into I70 west. Keep on I70 past Idaho Springs and Georgetown. Silver Plume is 2 miles past Georgetown at exit 226.
Antique Shopping, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, Nature area, Night life, Dram Apothocary, Silver Plume Tea Room, KP Cafe (seasonal), George Rowe Museum, Georgetown Loop Railroad, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Homestay
Copier, Fireplace, Piano , Fridge, Microwave, toaster, Keurig
Coffee/Tea facilities, Internet Service, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Whitewater Rafting