If you enjoy beautiful country sides and historic architecture, then consider staying at a Trinidad, Colorado bed and breakfast. Along a crossroads where the Mountain Branch of the Old Santa Fe Trail intersects with I-25, Trinidad is a vacation destination in its own right. Resting at the mouth of the Purgatoire River Valley, the town boasts views of Fisher’s Peak, the Spanish Peaks, and the Sangre de Cristo Range. The Scenic Highway of Legends heads west out of town and past Trinidad Lake State Park, an ideal spot for boating, fishing, hiking, biking, and viewing wildlife. The center of town, El Corazon de Trinidad National Historic District, attracts heritage tourists due to fine Victorian architecture, a Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado inspected and approved bed and breakfast, brick streets, the Santa Fe Trail History Museum, the children’s museum, art galleries, shopping and restaurants. The town also features one of the nation_s finest skate parks, and summer events include Santa Fe Trail Days, the Trinidaddio Blues Festival, and the Las Animas County Roundup. Enjoy lodging in Trinidad and experiencing some of the wonderful things that South Eastern Colorado has to offer.
310 E 2nd St, Trinidad, CO 81082
Distance to Trinidad: 0.13 mi
Halfway between Denver and Santa Fe and half a mile off I-25 rests a luxurious haven in the frontier town of Trinidad, Colorado. Tarabino Inn (www.tarabinoinn.com) offers finely-appointed lodging and gourmet breakfasts in a one-of-a-kind Italianate-Victorian home in the Corazon … Continue reading