If I ever spend another night in Silverton, I would definitely consider this place. Room 7 with its 2 doubles is very nice with all its old decor. Pack lightly, case its a long ways up to the second floor lugging two suitcases. Rather expensive though. No TV, no phone, no AC «might be a little warm for a mid day nap in July»no ice machine, limited service, poor internet reception.
Pretty cool hotel, definitely felt like you were in the old west era. The bed was a lot more comfortable than we thought it was going to be. As it is a very old establishment there was no AC but they provided little fans to run which kept us nice and cool. Bathrooms were tiny but got the job done!
The Teller House continues to amaze! Kevin and Tiffany have maintained this elegant, fantastic property for years, and it remains spectacular. Nestled in this quaint mining town, the amenities are top notch and three rooms are very homey. This Victorian treasure is a must.
For the last four years my husband and I have been coming to Silverton for our Spring Break. This was our first time to stay at the Teller and it was the sweetest hotel. We loved everything about it. Let me start with something that is very important to me... cleanliness is my number one need! This precious hotel is so clean! Our room was immaculate, the sheets smelled fresh, the bathroom was extremely clean as well. We stayed in room 8 and at first, I was a little bothered with no tv in my room but there is a little area that is set up with a large tv, refreshments, everything that you would need. I ended up loving our sweet room without a tv. Location of this hotel is perfect!!!! You are right in the middle of everything! The lady that managed the hotel was precious! She was so accommodating....questions of where to eat, what to do, or just to visit with. I'll just close and say,if you are looking for a PERFECT place to stay in Silverton, Colorado....look no more! The Teller Hotel is your place!
Lovely house, each room is unique, hosts are very nice and supportive, and their slogan "make yourself at home" matches perfectly. The town itself is during the winter season extremely quiet. I have been there to ski Silverton Mountain and not for the nightlife.
A very pleasant stay in a nice Rocky Mountain town. The accommodations were clean and comfortable. The innkeepers were helpful and knowledgeable about activities in town. They even called well in advance to make sure we understood that bathrooms are down the hall rather than in each rooms. One problem though, the wi-fi couldn't connect to the internet, but Sean was very helpful and when he couldn't resolve the problem, directed us to the coffee shop across the street; we were on vacation anyway so we didn't mind too much.
We were looking for something family-friendly and inexpensive. This place had a private, yet homey feel. Staff was welcoming, but not obtrusive. They had lots of suggestions for things to do around Silverton that we would have never known about. We'll be returning for sure!