Leadville

Make a Leadville, Colorado bed and breakfast your choice for lodging accommodations on your next Colorado vacation getaway. Acclaimed for its mining history, Leadville’s magnificent mountain scenery is complemented with the charm of the Victorian architecture of this historic city. To recapture a glimpse of the past, with all of the modern conveniences, the perfect accommodations are a stay in a romantic bed and breakfast inn. In the late 1800s, Leadville’s sidewalks were paved with bricks of pure silver, and the streets were once trod by such notables as: Carnegie, Guggenheim, the “Unsinkable” Molly Brown, Doc Holliday, Oscar Wilde, Horace and Baby Doe Tabor. Leadville offers many attractions for tourists including The National Mining Museum, travel aboard The Leadville, Colorado and Southern Railroad or meander through the local area businesses, museums, and antique stores. For sports enthusiasts, Lake County is home to two of the state’s “Fourteeners,” Mt. Elbert at 14,433 ft. and Mt. Massive at 14,421 ft. There are many ultra endurance races and Mount Massive Golf Course in the summer or our local ski area, Ski Cooper, in the winter. The highest Colorado Mountain College beckons students to a magical city at 10,200 ft. Our inspected and approved Inns offer warm country charm and luxurious Victorian elegance and are within walking distance to the downtown restaurants and shops. Leadville epitomizes all that was grand and exciting about the frontier days of Colorado. Call or email any of our member Inns of the Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado and with 310 days of sunshine each year, we’ll make your first or next Leadville visit the perfect travel destination.


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