Just 5 minutes from Winter Park! Handcrafted from 400-year-old Englemann pine logs, moss covered rock and giant picture windows, The Wild Horse Inn is reminiscent of the grand mountain lodges built at the turn of the 20th century, back when Colorado was rougher around the edges and refinement had a distinctively rustic flair. The Wild Horse Inn offers spacious and comfortable guest areas, on-site massage services, sauna, hot tub and forest gardens. Three cozy cabins feature fireplaces, king beds, covered porches and kitchenettes, while seven unique and intimate guestrooms in the main lodge offer private whirlpool bath and balcony. Gourmet breakfasts and a Bottomless Cookie Jar offering keep guests coming back. Greeting wine and chilled soda's courtesy of hour hosts. Borrow a book from our guest library, pour over maps to find your next trail, or play a quiet game of chess while you enjoy the warmth of the massive stone fireplace. You've found the perfect place for a mountain getaway or your special event. Great DVD library (no cable).
Room has a queen bed, private bathroom, fireplace and balcony.
Located on the first floor, the Buckskin Master Suite is as a big as the Colorado sky, yet so cozy you¿ll want to kick off your shoes and stay awhile. The Buckskin features a pine four-poster king-size bed, full-size sleeper sofa, giant walk-in closet and an expansive bathroom, complete with separate shower and a beautiful, antique clawfoot soaking tub. Sheltered by walls of 400-year-old Englemann pine logs, French doors open to forest gardens, decks and hot tub. Just let us know ahead of time, and we¿ll serve your breakfast on your private deck.
Enjoy both the sunny southern exposure from the standing balcony and the spacious feeling the room offers. The room is balanced with the Wild Horse Inn's casual stylishness and is a guest favorite. A French provincial four-poster king size bed, whirlpool bath, and high ceilings complete the soothing effect.
The Palomino Room is a light and airy room with sunny southern exposure. A queen-size bed, whirlpool bath and vaulted ceilings make this room exceptionally relaxing. Open the doors to the private balcony you¿ll smell the pines and enjoy the view of the Wild Horse Inn¿s forested grounds.
The Mariposa Cabin charms with southwest style, right down to the stained glass windows featuring a Navajo Rug design, kiva fireplace, handpainted bathroom sink and rustico pine furniture. Soak in your two-person tub as you enjoy the sunlight through the trees, then sip a cup of coffee on your covered log porch and get ready for your mountain adventures.
The Meadowcreek Cabin is a private getaway featuring a river rock fireplace, half-round picture window, and cozy reading area with forest views. The two-person tub will rejuvenate you before you sink into you plush sofa to enjoy the last of the evening light in the trees and the warmth of your fireplace.
Our Saddle Blanket Cabin bespeaks of the Old West. The same wonderfully modern amienities of a double, jetted tub and shower, microwave, small fridge, thermostat controlled heat, table setting for 2, coffee pot and hot water pot with stash of coffee, teas, cocoas and ciders. The decor is blue denim and decidedly western with an overstuffed sofa in front a gas, cast iron stove to warm the evenings. Enjoy the private front porch, munching from your own cookie jar, while watching the Rocky Mountain sunset from this high mountain valley location. The Doggie Companion package is available.
The Strawberry Creek Room features a low, four-poster king-size bed accompanied by a pine log love seat and antique chests. Soak in the whirlpool bath or take a last look at the garden from the private balcony before you climb into your bed. The ambience of a high country, log Inn is evident in this spacious, upstairs lodge room.
The Dogwood Room invites you to sink into a sumptuous queen-size four-poster bed ¿ hand carved from native pine, complete with steps. The private balcony affords a view of the Wild Horse Inn¿s front grounds, flower-filled in spring and summer.
4.0 on July 29, 2014
My stay was part of a wedding party at the Wild Horse Inn. A great experience all around.
4.0 on July 26, 2014
The Wild Horse Inn was lovely - close to lots of things to do. The breakfasts were wonderful. We stayed in a cabin which was very nice. The cabins are not house keeping cabins - the "kitchen" only has a microwave, coffee pot and small frig - but this was fine for our short trip.
4.6 on June 22, 2014
This is a very well managed B&B. It is very attractive and clean and comfortable. We enjoyed all aspects of our stay including the outdoor areas with great views. The staff is very personalble and helpful. There were nice little touches like an ongoing cookie jar,wine,available coffee early in the am and well appointed rooms. The common areas were very welcoming and comfortable.Would highly recommend The Wild Horse.
4.6 on June 12, 2014
This is our 3rd time staying at Wildhorse and we will be back again.
4.8 on May 30, 2014
The Wild Horse Inn was everything we hoped for and more! We booked the "Buckskin Room" and it was utterly beautiful. The only "downside" that might exist for some visitors is that it is right off the lobby. This means that you can hear others talking, breakfast preparations in the morning, etc. If you value more privacy, I would recommend one of the other rooms in the lodge or an adorable cabin, two of which even allow your pet!! Everything is spotless and upscale. We enjoyed the hot tub in the evening and the complimentary glass of wine on our private part of the deck! They have a little rescue dog, Bella, that is a delight and helped alleviate the loneliness of leaving our own dogs behind :-) John was so creative with breakfast that even I, a "non breakfast person" ate every last bite. The whole experience was perfect and left us slightly depressed when our visit was over!! My husband and I can't wait to return!
4.8 on May 08, 2014
We love this Inn! This is the second time my husband and I have stayed there. The memories that stood out for us the first time - were how comfortable it was to lounge in front of the large stone fire place and look through the great collection of books, and how much we enjoyed the high bed and the conversations we had with the other guests around the breakfast table. This time we had the luxury to stay in the Mariposa Cabin. I feel I could live there full time. It is a great use of space – and lots of attention is paid to details i.e. a hand-painted sink in the bathroom. I appreciate all of the materials used in the structures and furniture throughout the lodge. The setting is lovely ….very convenient to several mountain towns and hikes. And it is less than 2 hours from where we live in Denver. The atmosphere is relaxing and stimulating at the same time. We look forward to going there again and again.
4.2 on April 01, 2014
When planning a weekend getaway to the mountains we found Wild Horse Inn online and thought it looked cute, was close enough to Winter Park Skiing, and was a reasonable price. When we showed up we were so pleasantly surprised by the whole property! It's gorgeous. The main Inn is SO cozy, clean, and comfortable. The other guests were very friendly but not too intrusive. Chris, on of the owners was welcoming and helped us to plan a snowshoeing day. And the room was so much cuter than we anticipated! We loved our stay . . . especially the community wine that we kept flowing, even in the hot tub! We will definitely come back to stay again and have already recommended it to friends/family. The one negative that we found is that noise from the rooms does carry, so if you want complete privacy I would highly recommend the cabins which are only a few seconds walk away. Otherwise this place is a gem!!
5 on February 08, 2014
We stayed at the Inn for two nights and everything was lovely. The staff were great and Bella the dog was a delight. Great hot tub and the claw foot tub in our room was hard to leave. Our breakfasts were delicious, the company gracious and we were just a few miles from all of the Winter Park activities.
5 on February 04, 2014
The Wild Horse Inn is a beautiful log cabin lodge in a gorgeous setting. Our hosts were friendly yet unobtrusive. The food was great and our room was comfortable and lovely.
4.4 on January 20, 2014
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Wild Horse Inn. The staff was very friendly and welcoming. The entire house was peaceful even when it seemed to be full. We were delighted to have a fireplace in our room as well as a DVD. We also enjoyed the inviting living room area with a cozy fireplace and ample reading selections. The cookie jar and complimentary wine were fantastic additions. Also, the location to outdoor activities was just right.
Ski Area, National Forest, Mountains
Denver, CO (DEN-Denver Intl.) 75 miles
Follow signs to I25 South, then take I70 West. Take I70 to Highway 40 over Berthoud Pass. Go through Winter Park and Fraser, then turn right on County Road 83 (follow the signs to Devil's Thumb). Look for our sign 1.5 miles from Highway 40, and turn right into our driveway. If you get to Devil's Thumb Ranch, you've gone too far.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Winter Park Ski Area, Hot Sulphur Springs, Winter Park Alpine Slide & Summer Programs, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
CD player, Conference Rooms, Desk, Library, Wedding Facilities , Sauna, Down Comforters, Private Cabins, Special Packages, Massage
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Chris French and John Cribari
John and Chris have spent most of their lives in Colorado and didn't hesitate at the opportunity to settle in the mountains of the Fraser Valley. They both love to ski, hike, mountain bike and trail run. The Wild Horse Inn offers the perfect setting for their mountain activities. John brings his special touch to the Wild Horse Inn as a certified massage therapist, and Chris offers her culinary artistry and event planning skills to make you visit a memorable and relaxing one.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian