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 first class hotel in Delta County offering 10 rooms with private baths, gourmet breakfasts, and conference room for meetings of 3 to 30 people. Free phone, WiFi, parking and concierge services.
5 on July 19, 2016
Hotel is clean and quiet, with a good temperature. Great furnishings. Linda, the owner, is a delight to talk with. Thank you for a great stay in this historic place!
4.8 on July 13, 2016
Linda the Inn Keeper is very friendly and informative, the hotel is like stepping back in time but with all the modern conveniences.Our room was very comfortable and sitting on both the covered porch and balcony are so relaxing. It's location in town is perfect to walk the neighborhood or to Main Street for dinner or ice cream. Will definitely plan a stay here again.
It's pleasure to maintain the reputation of the Bross family for gracious hospitality in their 110 year old hotel. I'm glad you felt welcome and that the Bross Hotel was a great place to unwind and relax. I look forward to hosting you again.
5 on May 26, 2015
We operate a tour group from Australia and have stayed at the Bross Hotel every year for the past 3 years. We love staying at this Hotel, the InnKeeper, Linda is a lovely lady and very hospitable. The service, the food, the ambience, the gardens, the rooms, the serenity and much much more are what we keep coming back for. We highly recommend this gorgeous place.
4.6 on April 29, 2015
Stayed 2 night at The Bross Hotel, was very clean, comfortable, friendly and breakfast was fantastic. The area offers so many things to do for everyone. The Bross is the perfect place to stay.
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.
3.6 on July 28, 2009
At the Bross Hotel the renovators kept just the right amount of the old charm and put in the right amount of new amenities -- like new showers and bathrooms. Very clean & friendly.
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.
Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Grand Junction, CO (GJT-Walker Field) 70 miles
I-70 to Glenwood Springs. Get on Rt. 82 and go toward Aspen. At Carbondale, take Rt. 133. Follow this to Paonia. Go to 4-way STOP at 3rd. & Grand. Go east 1 block to Onarga Ave. and turn left. The hotel parking lot is on the corner.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Eco-tourism, 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
Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Library, Parking, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
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, Tennis courts, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
The North Fork wineries host two major events each summer. North Fork Uncorked, is held Father’s Day weekend (June 18-19) and provides an opportunity for you to taste the new vintages. August 6-7 is the date of the second event, North Fork Wine Trail, which encourages tasters to visit at least five of the wineries by awarding a commemorative wine goblet to those who do. On both occasions wine and food pairing are emphasized at the tasting rooms. And, several wineries offer wine dinners in their vineyards. Reservations are required for the dinners. (Note: The Bross Hotel has a two-night minimum stay for these weekends and you are strongly encouraged to make your reservation early.) Several local wineries, including Stone Cottage Cellars and Alfred Eames Cellars, will participate in two preseason barrel tastings sponsored by the professional association of vintners. The dates are April 9-10 and May 7-8.
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