For your next vacation or weekend getaway, make reservations for lodging at a Palmer Lake, Colorado bed and breakfast. Palmer Lake, CO is a quaint town that has kept its small town atmosphere. It is located on the Palmer Divide midway between golf and shopping in Castle Rock and natural and man-made wonders in the Pikes Peak region. Minutes from Denver and Colorado Springs, Palmer Lake is a foothills town with quaint and interesting sites, great shops, and unique restaurants to explore. Visit the Historic Palmer Lake, the Lucretia Vaile Museum, and Estemere Estate. Enjoy performances at the Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts. Walk the Santa Fe Regional Trail (15 miles from Monument to The United States Air Force Academy), which follows the railroad bed of the defunct Atkinson, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. This trail is great for hiking, biking, and horseback riding in the summer, spring, and fall and snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the winter. During your stay in Palmer Lake, enjoy comfortable accommodations and friendly hospitality at a BBIC inspected and approved bed and breakfast.
18750 Rogers Pine Grove, Monument, CO 80132
Distance to Palmer Lake: 6.91 mi
A European style Bed and Breakfast proudly serving USAFA families. Quaint European themed decorations and pampered service, yet with expected conveniences for the leisure and business traveler. Full gourmet breakfast. Restaurants and services nearby.
236 Pinecrest Road, Woodland Park, CO 80863
(719) 687-6656 / (800) 728-8282
Distance to Palmer Lake: 13.83 mi
A truly relaxing private getaway with a Perfect View of the North Face of Pikes Peak and a million acres of Pikes National Forest. Pikes Peak Paradise is more like a boutique style bed and breakfast with imported euro modern … Continue reading
402 Manitou Ave, Manitou Springs, CO 80829
(719) 685-3899 / (800) 398-7949
Distance to Palmer Lake: 18.26 mi
Blue Skies Inn is located streamside on the wooded 1871 estate of the founder of Manitou Springs. A small community nestled at the base of Pikes Peak, this little city was a stopping point on the route of Western exploration. … Continue reading