Welcome to the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast!
The Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast is a 110-year old historic lodging place near Delta, CO. Its graceful late Victorian lines and its Western-style balcony are eye-catching, while the rocking chairs on the front porch invite guests to sit and enjoy the shade of the large cottonwood trees in front of the building. Upon entering the hotel, you are immediately wrapped in the warm, welcoming comfort of an earlier era. The room is furnished with period antiques and you are greeted by Linda, the innkeeper, as well as former owners via their portraits. Behind the living room, you’ll glimpse the dining room with its bay window and the elegant antique back bar upon which the breakfast buffet is served. When you go upstairs, you’ll find that the ten rooms, all with private baths, are uniquely decorated with handmade quilts and embroidered linens. You have escaped to another time, but you can still enjoy the luxury of twenty-first century amenities like Wi-Fi.
Paonia is a small town in the North Fork Valley on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains – but it is rich in attractions and activities. Known for its orchards, vineyards, and organic farms, Paonia is Colorado’s farm-to-table capitol. The restaurants use local produce and everyone celebrates the bounty of the area at the Cherry Days (July 4th) and Mountain Harvest (late September) Festivals. Federal lands surrounding Paonia provide boundless opportunities for outdoor activities. The inspiring beauty of the valley attracts artists and musicians to make their homes here. In fact, Lincoln Fox, renowned sculptor, lives locally and created the faux elevator art piece, “The Travelers,” which graces the hotel’s stairs.
Make the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast your Colorado vacation home. We are located just one block from Paonia’s main business street, so our guests can walk to entertainment venues and restaurants. Experience true Western hospitality at the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast!
There is lovely antique furniture in each room – bedrooms, the lobby, lounge and dining room; you are surrounded by history at every turn. The “elevator,” which is actually an artwork rather than a functioning lift, is so handsome that you don’t even mind taking the stairs to see the panels at each floor. Nancy E.