When Deputy Sheriff W.T. Bross opened the Bross Hotel in 1906, it was considered "the only really first-class hotel in the county". Now it has been renovated with an eye to the period in which it was built. It retains the ambiance of the turn-of-the-twentieth-century as it enters the twenty-first century. This legendary North Fork Valley hostelry remains the only really first class hotel in Delta County offering 10 rooms with private baths, gourmet breakfasts, a hot tub, and conference room for meetings of 3 to 30 people.
These rooms have king size beds which can be split into twins. Private bath. Other amenities include telephone with dual hook-up for dial-up internet. Rooms do not have TV, but there is a lounge area with TV (cable), videos, internet access, library, games. Outdoor hot tub.
4.8 on May 22, 2014
We were there a few weekends ago and we stayed in the German Room. It was lovely! It was so quaint, relaxing, clean, cozy, and it felt like we were visiting family. We will definitely stay there again!
4.6 on August 04, 2011
I made reservations for a friend who wanted a relaxing stay and we could not have asked for a better place. The room was great!! It was quiet, relaxing and the food was great. Thank you for helping me share this wonderful valley with a dear friend!!!!!
4.6 on January 01, 2010
We have stayed at this B&B many times. The Innkeepers are always extremely friendly, the rooms are extremely clean, the breakfasts are very good. This is the ONLY place to consider staying while in Paonia.
4.0 on September 25, 2009
Very pleasant stay. Attractive accomodations and courteous innkeepers.
5 on August 05, 2009
I've stayed here every year from the time it opened, and have never been disappointed. I'd say 90% of us are "repeats" for the annual BMW m/c rally. We are treated like kings and queens! Very classy place.
Mountains, Small town
Grand Junction, CO (GJT-Walker Field) 70 miles
Take Airport Blvd. to 12th St. circle. Get on 12 th St. and proceed to Ute Ave. Turn right. At 5th St. turn left onto Rt. 50. When you reach Delta, turn left at first traffic light onto Rt. 92. Proceed to Hotchkiss where you get on Rt. 133. Take Rt. 133 to Paonia. At the 4-way STOP at 3rd & Grand, go straight. At the next corner (Onarga Ave.) turn left. The hotel parking lot is on the corner.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Orchards, Fish Hatchery, Dinosaur Dig, Marble mines, Coal Mines, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Vineyard, Winery
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Internet Service, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Camping, Scenic drives, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Paonia is in the center of the Western Slope and offers visitors an exciting and diverse array of activities - from active outdoor endeavors like hiking and biking to learning about the early settlers and the Ute Indians So plan a five-day mini-vacation at the Bross Hotel and the fifth night is free.
Get 20% Off a Five-Night Mini-Vacation Yes, you read that correctly -- spend five nights at the Bross and pay for only four nights. It’s your opportunity to explore the diverse array of activities the western slope offers. The Bross is strategically located so that you can plan day trips to some of the following: Black Canyon of the Gunnison and North Rim Glass Studio Fort Uncompaghre Living History Museum and Escalante Canyon West Elk Scenic Byway and Crested Butte Pioneer Town in Cedaredge and the Grand Mesa Scenic Byway Farm and vineyard tours -- Wine tasting and fruit/vegetable markets Redstone artists and Marble’s marble quarry Colorado National Monument and Grand Junction’s Main Street Visit art galleries, attend concerts and festivals, go hiking, biking, boating, fishing, climbing
Music for the Soul You’ll find a wide variety of music offered in the North Fork Valley at concerts and festivals - music that speaks to different souls. Examples of upcoming concerts are: The Spirit of Strings -- July 25, Blue Sage. The Aspen Music Festival comes to the Blue Sage in a summer concert celebrating the Spirit of Strings. Pickin’ in the Park - August 7, 14, 21, 28, Town Park. Free community concerts. Arrive by 6 pm. Bring your family, a picnic supper (or purchase one at the park), and a chair or blanket. At press time the band lineup was not ready for publication, but you can find it at pickinproductions.com by May.
Taste the Wine of the American Provence Yes, taste it. It’s good. The wines from the West Elks AVA, and the area’s culture have been likened to France’s Provence region known for its exceptional vintages. Don’t miss what the local wineries have to offer. They are delighted to have you visit their tasting rooms from Memorial Day Weekend through November 2. In addition, they offer several special activities. North Fork Uncorked -- June 14-15. Father’ Day! Be one of the first to taste all the new releases from the valley wineries. Wine pairings and free tastings. Selected wineries and restaurants combine to offer delectable food with outstanding wine. Call 970-527-3444 for specifics. West Elks Wine Trail -- July 31 - August 3. This is the premier wine event of the season. Free tastings, wine/food pairings, winemakers recipes, complimentary gifts. Pick up a map at any winery and follow the Wine Trail from 11 am until 5 pm. each day. Select winemakers offer intimate dinners at their wineries. Reservations for the dinners are required. Call 970-390-4251 for more information.