FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE 10/9/03


Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado
P.O. Box 38416, Colorado Springs, CO 80937
Call 800-265-7696 for Information or a Free Guide
L
ook for us online:
http://www.innsofcolorado.org

For More Information Contact: Lisa Kolb (719) 471-9265 or Pat Fejedelem (719) 473-8684
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Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado (www.innsofcolorado.org) in an ongoing effort to highlight the many regional efforts of our BBIC State Members, are happy to announceÖ.


BBIC Presents Holiday Walkabout

VICTORIAN WINTER HOME TOUR!! Celebrate Leadville's Winter Wonderland Inn Style Victorian Home Tour. $299.00 Includes: Two nights lodging for two; Gourmet breakfast for two each morning. Two tickets to see Leadville's Victorian Homes all dressed up in their Winter Glory. Goodies and refreshments will be provided at each home on the tour. Donít forget your suits to relax in our garden hot tub! Dates: December 6, 2003! You can stay Dec. 5 & 6 or Dec. 6 & 7. Call To Reserve Your Victorian Winter Special Today! Dates: December 5 & 6 or December 6 & 7, 2003. Cost: $299.00 For Two Nights Lodging, Two Tickets for The Victorian Home Tour with lunch refreshments included, Gourmet breakfast for two! For additional Inspected and Approved Inn Specials throughout the state, go to: www.innsofcolorado.org

Ice Palace Inn Bed and Breakfast (Giles & Kami Kolakowski)
Address: 813 Spruce Street, Leadville, CO 80461
URL:
http://icepalaceinn.com
E-mail:
icepalace@bwn.net
Reservations: 1-800-754-2840 Local: 719-486-8272

TWO SISTERS INNíS 8TH ANNUAL FRIENDSHIP TREE OF MANY COLORS -- The Holiday tree at the Two Sisters Inn, Manitou Springs, Colorado is a radiantly colorful, international effort.  Since 1996 guests of the Inn have been invited to send any fall foliage from their hometowns.  The caring and sharing that Innkeepers, Wendy Goldstein and Sharon Smith, show their guests is reciprocated every fall when leaves from all over the world "fall" into their Inn.  They come from Maine to Hawaii, Quebec to Manitoba, and as far away as Europe and Japan.  There are over 25 varieties of leaves including maple, oak, sassafras, cherry, dogwood, aspen, elm, birch, buckeye, sycamore, sumac, and eucalyptus.  Every year their guests are delighted to become a part of this Holiday tradition.  The red, purples, yellows and oranges are brilliant in this all-natural tree decorated with grapevine wreaths, cinnamon sticks, pinecones, dried seedpods and nuts. The Two Sisters Inn is proud that this tree reflects the spirit of the holiday season and is a celebration of friendship and goodwill.  The tree may be viewed from December 7 through December 31, 2003. Dates: December 7 through December 31, 2003. Cost: From $190 plus tax. For additional Inspected and Approved Inn Specials throughout the state, go to: www.innsofcolorado.org

Two Sisters Inn - a bed and breakfast (Sharon Smith & Wendy Goldstein)
Address: Ten Otoe Place, Manitou Springs, CO 80829
URL:
www.twosisinn.com
E-mail:
info@twosisinn.com
Reservations: 1-800-2-SIS-INN (274-7466) Local: 719-685-9684

Contact each Inn individually and mention this Special when making your reservation.