|Bedroom #1 King|
|Bedroom #2 Full Twin (2)|
|Bedroom #3 Queen|
**Concerning the Covid 19 Pandemic, we professionally clean and disinfect the home after every stay per CDC's guidelines. The home is provided with disinfectant cleaner for your use during your stay.**
**Until the end of the year, the first floor of the Rose will be used by 2 local businesses affected by a fire. This will not affect your stay but the initial hallway will be shared. Please wear a mask when entering the building.**
Welcome to the Rose of Georgetown, where the Old West meets Victorian charm. This historic home has 3 bedrooms with lots of space for you to stretch out and relax after a day of outdoor adventure like hiking, fishing, snowshoeing, and skiing. One our our favorite things is exploring Guanella Pass Scenic Byway looking for big horn sheep, moose, elk and more.
This recently updated, cozy rental will bring you back to the days when Georgetown was the world's capitol of silver mining and the town was call was often called the Silver Queen. Georgetown is a picturesque time-capsule-of-a-town that’s nestled into the mountains, just 45 miles west of Denver on Interstate 70. More than 200 Victorian-era structures still stand here — making it one of the best-preserved 19th-century boom towns in the American West. First built in 1875, this historic building had a store located on the first floor, and living quarters on the second, but then quickly became the Intercontinental Hotel. It had a number of names, through the years, but most folks remember it as the St. James Hotel or more recently as the Dusty Rose Tea Room.
Did you see the list of attractions and things to do nearby (see below)? You will absolutely love it here!
SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS (Sleeps 8):
First Bedroom: Comfy king bed
Second Bedroom: Comfy full bed w/ twin trundle
Third Bedroom (located on upper floor): Queen bed w/ bathroom
-Linens & towels provided
-Walking distance to local restaurants & shops
-Denver Airport, Via I-76W – 68 miles
-Georgetown & Loop Railroad – 5 mins
-Guenella Pass (Georgetown side) – 5 mins (walking)
-Cabin Creek Brewing 5 mins
-Indian Hot Springs – 20 mins
-Guenella Pass Brewing – 4 mins (walking)
-Zipline & Aerial Adventure – 25 mins
-Rafting – <8 mins
-Mount Evans Trout Fishing – 20 mins
-St. Mary’s Glacier – 45 mins
-Echo Lake Park – 23 mins
-Blackhawk Casinos – 45 mins
-Boettcher Mansion & Buffalo Bill’s Grave – 60 mins
-Dinosaur Ridge – 45 minutes
-Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre – 45 minutes
-Bandimere Speedway – 45 minutes
-Coors Brewery Tour – 50 minutes
-Loveland Ski Area – 15 mins
-Winter Park – 40 mins
-Arapahoe Basin – 25 mins
-Breckenridge – 40 mins
-Vail – 55 mins
HIKING TRAILS NEARBY:
- Griffin Memorial Trail
- Silver Dollar Lake and Murray Lake Trail, Follow Guenella Pass to trail head
- Hell's Hole Trail
- Lake Naylor Trail
- Rutherford Trail
- 14ers: Gray's Peak, Torrey's Peak, Mt. Bierstadt (all 45 mins away)
There are two dedicated spots, for the Rose. They are located across the street in the parking lot.
If you need additional parking options, there is free street parking spots available in front of the home.
Maximum occupancy: 8 - children must be counted in the max. occupancy unless they are under two (2) & are sleeping in a portable crib (not provided). Tenant stated on Agreement/Booking must be at least twenty-five (25) years-old and acknowledges that they will occupy the Property during the entire tenancy.
No smoking in the home. / No parties or events without prior written approval.
Pet Friendly. A refundable deposit required.
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
In the event that you must cancel your reservation, please be aware that cancellations must occur at least 30 days prior to arrival date. If cancellation occurs 30 days or more prior to arrival date all monies will be refunded with the exception of a $100 administrative fee. GUESTS THAT DO NOT CANCEL WITHIN THE 30-DAY TIME FRAME WILL BE CHARGED THE FULL AMOUNT.
Travel Insurance is recommended, especially when traveling in the winter in CO.