Stoneham

Enjoy a quaint town and a wonderful place to relax when you stay at a Stoneham, Colorado bed and breakfast. Stoneham, CO is located on highway 14 in North East Colorado. It is a 90-minute drive east of Fort Collins and a short 25-minute drive west of Sterling. It is located on the Pawnee Pioneer Trails Scenic Byway. The roads are all paved. Stoneham was founded in February of 1888 by Elenora B. Stone. She purchased land and later sold it to the Lincoln Land Company. By 1910, people were receiving their homestead claims and began building permanent homes. At that time, Stoneham had a general merchandise store, bank, lumber yards, barber shop, creamery, hardware store, grocery store, livery stables, blacksmith, stockyard, hotel and a doctor’s office. Two grain elevators were built along the railroad. Today, nearly a century later, Stoneham has two popular restaurants, two churches, an antique shop, and a grain elevator. It also holds an annual community celebration in September. But, most importantly, Stoneham, CO is a friendly little community that loves when people visit. While visiting Stoneham, make it your choice to stay at a Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado inspected and approved member bed and breakfast inns. When you stay at a local B&B, you will enjoy lodging accommodations that are comfortable and convenient to all of the area’s many activities and attractions. Contact our friendly innkeepers and make reservations for your Colorado vacation or weekend getaway today. Your stay will be a memorable one!


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