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As a local and nationally designated landmark, built in 1889, the Castle Marne Inn is considered to be the finest remaining example of architect William Lang. A stay at the Historic Castle Marne combines Old World elegance and Victorian charm with modern day pampered luxury. Carefully chosen furnishings bring together period antiques, family heirlooms, and exacting reproductions to create the mood of long ago charm and romance. Enjoy one of our luxury suites, replete with jetted tubs. Three rooms have hot tubs for two on private balconies. Relax at afternoon tea, served in the parlor. Linger over a complete gourmet breakfast, served to you in the original formal dining room. Weather permitting, enjoy the shaded English Garden. Business travelers will find our location convenient to the downtown financial district, and the Cherry Creek Business district. The hotel is also located adjacent to Denvers primary hospital district, Childrens Hospital, St Josephs, Kaiser perm, Presbyterian/St Lukes. It is only minutes from the national Jewish, University Hospital and Rose Medical. Enjoy romantic six course candlelight dinners served in the original formal dining room. You will also find six excellent restaurants located within walking distance only one block away and many more just a few minutes away by car or by taxi. Only five minutes to Coors Field. Featured in Country Inns Magazine as one of 12 Best for 1993, Abenteuer and Reisen, a German Travel Magazine, Old House Journal, New York Times and L.A. Times. Also featured as Victorian decorating magazines cover story, Victoria Magazine and Brides Magazine.
Cheerful room with bay window and southern exposure overlooking the Victorian Garden. Cabbage Roses cover the walls; a Queen-size bed, wicker armoire and loveseat compliment the decor. Private bath has its original claw footed tub with shower ring. Queen, bathtub
The opulent Lang Room, named for the Castle Marne's illustrious architect, will charm you with its tall Queen-size four poster bed and unique step-up stairs. Ever hear the term "climb up into bed"? This is what they were talking about. Paisley wall coverings and original wood floor enhance the furnishings. Private 3/4 bath with shower and pedestal sink.
Quaint corner room with iron and brass Double bed with luxurious feather tick, private bath has pedestal sink and shower. Relax under the stars in your private hot tub for two on the balcony. Umbrella table and chairs.
Named for Adele Van Cise, the fourth owner. This sun-splashed room has southern exposure. Original fireplace mantle, Queen-size brass bed, and writing desk. Private bath with claw-footed tub and a private balcony with hot tub.
A quiet haven in Cabbage Roses and blue accents, the Colonel Platt Room features an antique walnut standard double bed. Your private bath has its original claw-footed tub with shower. With total privacy, relax in your own outdoor hot tub for two on the covered balcony.
The third floor of the Castle Marne was originally the Ball Room for the mansion. The John T. Mason room is one of four guest rooms on the third floor. This elegant mini-suite features a queen-size brass bed, and a modern bath with shower. Palladion style windows, 17ft. cathedral ceilings and a southern exposure offer a gracious, sun-flooded room. Enjoy your romantic jetted whirlpool tub surrounded by Victorian splendor and a commemorative display of Jack Mason's extraordinary butterfly collection. The Mason and Tower Rooms are available as a double accommodation with an adjoining door.
This room features a cathedral ceiling, Queen-size cherry bed and furnishings to compliment the hand-picked Victorian Rose wall coverings. Your private bath has a shower and pedestal basin.
Enchanting airy room with cathedral ceilings, western exposure, and included tower sitting area. This room can accomodate 3 people, must call direct for booking third person. Fluffy bathrobes are furnished. Can be converted to one California King Sleigh Bed. Your private bath is just a few steps down the hall.
4.6 on August 13, 2014
My husband and I, arrived in Denver from Australia after a non-stop flight quite exhausted. Castle Marne was so homely and the staff wer very friendly. We relaxed Immediately and our stay was most enjoyable. The food experience was excellent. The breakfasts were tasty and nutritious without being too rich or too big a portion. Would highly recommend !
4.8 on August 11, 2014
This was an extremely unique place to stay in Denver. The location is very nice for walkers like myself. There is plenty to walk to within a reasonable distance including Colfax and Jonesy's Eat Bar which I highly recommend. The building is beautiful inside and out, and it is clear that a lot of work and detail goes into maintaining all of the fresh flowers and decor. Everything was very clean as well. The staff was wonderful and accomodating. Breakfast was seriously fantastic. The private balcony and hot tub in the Raymond Room were very relaxing and the hot tub was easy to uncover and start. And the robes, OMG, the robes. I think I'm foing to buy one of those online! The only down side is that the Raymond Room is very very small. There is literally nowhere to sit or open your luggage inside the room except for the bed. This was fine for us, but if it had rained and I could not be outside, it wouldn't have been great (no TV). Just be aware and plan accordingly. Also, I would like to see the addition of making ice/buckets readily available so that we can chill a drink in our rooms. The staff did provide ice upon request as well as a corkscrew. Overall, I highly recommend Castle Marne!
5 on August 05, 2014
This was a beautiful B and B. The owners were so friendly and the staff and food and room were all outstanding ! Highly recommend !
5 on August 03, 2014
This B&B has everything going for it.....location, charm, comfort, great food,history, and Innkeepers who attend to every detail with a smile! We look forward to our next visit. The B&B feels like home away from home with the bonus of someone else doing the work.
5 on June 07, 2014
We stayed at Castle Marne for a romantic weekend getaway. This was only the 2nd time we have stayed at a B&B, and it totally lived up to our hopeful expectations. The price was about half of what was available for similar accommodations in the Denver downtown hotels. We stayed in the Van Cise room on the 2nd floor with its own private balcony & hot tub overlooking the garden. We were impressed by how quiet it was--we barely heard a peep from the other guests when we were in our room. The Inn itself is a historic treasure, beautifully restored & decorated in Victorian style. The garden is cozy & relaxing. The roses were just beginning to bloom, but the peonies were in full glory & their fragrance filled the air. We live in a rural mountain area, so we're not used to the city, but we felt safe in the Inn & with its location. The innkeepers are a family with 3 generations caring for their guests. They are all so warm, friendly, helpful, & super knowledgeable about activities around the Denver area. They were attentive to our needs without being overbearing. Breakfasts were served around the large dining room table. The food was not only delicious, but artistically presented. We were offered our choice of 8 or 9:30 for breakfast, which was really nice. And when we returned to the Inn at night, we enjoyed the hot tea & warm cookies that were left out for us in the sitting room. While we were there, some of our fellow guests were two newlywed couples, one that even had their ceremony there in the garden, and both couples raved about the private candlelit dinners they had been served, complete with mini cakes. We would definitely stay here again, and we give a robust recommendation of Castle Marne as the perfect place for couples to stay. Steve & Karen Shackles, Dillon, CO
4.4 on May 23, 2014
We first stayed here 2 years ago. The family was very accommodating that time, when we had to switch rooms to stay there for the whole length of our stay, other people had reserved rooms so no room was available for the whole time . This time we stayed in the Lang room. It was smaller than our prior rooms, but very nice. The bed requires steps to get into, which was interesting. This time the inn was full most of the nights of our stay, except for breakfast or meeting downstairs, you are unaware of other guests, so it is very quiet. The innkeepers and their children are very friendly and helpful. We visit Denver regularly and will be back again. There are still more rooms to stay in, and the breakfast is great.
3.8 on April 04, 2014
We had a lovely afternoon of tea which started off with a tour and some great history. The staff was very attentive, the food was wonderful and we stayed for hours because it felt as though we were just sitting around a friends dining room table. Will go back and recommend to friends.
4.8 on February 24, 2014
Awesome services during breakfast time Made you feel like home - very welcoming Fun historic setting Made you want to come back again
Thank you for the nice words. It is always pleasing for us to know you were able to feel like you were coming home to relax. We will see you again soon.
4.2 on February 05, 2014
Had a very nice stay on my brief return to Denver. Beautiful place that even though I lived nearby for many years, I never had the opportunity to stay at. Breakfast was excellent and a nice touch was having my car cleaned off of snow in the morning. Nice!
4.4 on January 17, 2014
We stayed in the Melissa Room...while it was quite small, we didn't hear anything from neighbors and slept well. Breakfast was delicious and I loved all the tea! A bit pricey but was so close to everything we didn't use our car for the whole 2 days. :)
Denver, CO (DEN-Denver Intl.) 15 miles
Go I 70 West to Quebec Exit. Bottom of the ramp, turn left, right on 17th Avenue (after 30 blocks). Turn left on York Street, right on 16th Avenue, we are 3 blocks ahead on your left.
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