Georgetown

When you choose lodging at a Georgetown, Colorado bed and breakfast, you are taking a step into a beautiful part of Colorado history. Georgetown is located in the Northwest region of Colorado, nestled in the front range of the Rocky Mountains. This historic town was established in 1859 during the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush and eventually became the center of the silver mining community. To the area’s inhabitants, Georgetown became known as the “Silver Queen of Colorado.” Along with the abundance of history available in this town, there are many things to do throughout the day and night. There are several world-class attractions, including Georgetown Loop Historic Railroad, Hamill House, Hotel de Paris Museum, and Guanella Pass. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, your only problem will be finding the time to do everything available to you. From birding and hiking to kayaking and ice sailing, your Colorado adventure will have only just begun. Enjoy a wine tasting at the area’s local winery and take a stroll at night through the many unique specialty shops. Let the Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado treat you to a Georgetown, Colorado lodging experience that you will never forget!

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The Silver Lake Lodge

336 Crest Drive, Idaho Springs, CO 80452

(303) 567-9299

Distance to Georgetown: 9.02 mi

The Silver Lake Lodge is the highest altitude Bed and Breakfast in North America, majestically poised at 10,500 feet. We welcome our guests with expansive views of soaring pines and mountaintops that reach over 14,000 feet. Many adventures await you … Continue reading