A Paonia, Colorado bed and breakfast inn is a fine choice for lodging accommodations when you visit Delta County, CO. Paonia is a small town nestled at the foot of the West Elk Mountains. It is in the valley created by the North Fork of the Gunnison River. The original settlers were orchard men and coal miners. While both of these occupations continue today, the town is known for the many artisans and musicians that have chosen it as their home. It is the cultural hub of Delta County with a center for the arts, a playhouse, a movie theater, a public ratio station, and a music school. In Paonia, the BBIC inspected and approved Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast is a convenient place to stay as you: ** tour the Delta County wineries of the West Elks AVA ** visit Fort Uncompahgre History Museum to learn about trading on the frontier in the 1820s ** learn how the settlers lived in the early 20th Century at Pioneer Town ** marvel at Mother Nature’s sculpture – the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park ** participate in the myriad of outdoor sports that are available – bicycling, motorcycling, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, boating ** enjoy the magnificent beauty of the Rockies from the West Elk Loop, or ** purchase locally grown produce and fruit (which you can pick yourself). Your hostess, Linda Lentz, will gladly assist with planning your day trips around your interests, whether they are history, art, or the great outdoors. A former teacher, she has a plethora of ways for you to expand your knowledge of the area.
312 Onarga Avenue, Paonia, CO 81428
Distance to Paonia: 0.27 mi
The Bross Hotel B&B has been Paonia’s premier lodging establishment for 110 years. Guests are welcomed in the front parlor and checked in to the 10 rooms, each with a private bath, located on the second and third floors. They … Continue reading
12123 Slate Point Road, Paonia, CO 81428
Distance to Paonia: 4.5 mi
The Bed and Breakfast overlooks mature flower, vegetable and fruit gardens and 22 acres of beautiful clover and grass fields. There is a 3-acre forest with over 500 Austrian pine trees, an award winning Pinot Gris vineyard, and an abundance … Continue reading