Amenities at the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast
At the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast, guests are provided with an exceptional Rocky Mountain lodging experience. This authentic Western hotel, updated with modern amenities, is designed to give you comfort and convenience during your Colorado retreat.
Innkeeper Linda Lentz welcomes Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast guests at the parlor reception desk. This warm, inviting room is furnished with period antiques, highlighted by shades of wine. It is here that you’ll meet other guests and receive tips on local attractions, excursions, activities, and restaurants. Linda is happy to serve as both hostess and concierge.
The spacious dining room is a focal point of the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast. Isn’t a hot, delicious breakfast a prime reason for choosing to stay at a B&B? Breakfast at the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast is served buffet-style on an 18-foot, antique back bar. We never let our guests go hungry! The menu always includes fresh seasonal fruit, juice, cereal, breads with homemade jam, beverages, and a hot main dish.
If you want to surprise that special person in your life, we can help by arranging for one or more of the following services. Please request any of these services when you make your reservation.
- One hour in-room massage by a licensed therapist – $85
- Couples’ massage – $170
- Dozen roses – $60
- Bouquet – $45
- Sparkling juice or cider* – $20
- Fruit, cheese & cracker tray – $40
- Chocolates – $34
- Fudge – $25
Our 600+ square foot multipurpose room is stocked with videos, books, games, and puzzles for the enjoyment of our guests. This is where guests can relax, make new friends, share their experiences and finds from the day’s exploration, and make plans for tomorrow.
The multipurpose room doubles as a meeting facility/conference room, making the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast the ideal location for your business meeting, group or hobby weekend retreat, club meeting, or class reunion. It can accommodate groups of 3 to 30 people and has facilities necessary to conduct business in this information age. Arrangements to reserve this space for your private event can be made with the innkeeper.
The shaded second-floor balcony is available to all guests from the hall. It is a favorite place to savor an afternoon glass of wine, enjoy a good book, visit with other guests, or just view the neighborhood. You’ll have a perfect spot to marvel at those two century-old cottonwoods which an arborist once described as “geriatric” trees – they pre-date the hotel.
Decks and Gardens
Perennial gardens enhance the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast grounds. The gardens surround the parking lot and spread around the building and into the backyard. In late May, you can admire the row of peonies that separate the parking lot from the rock garden. (Note: the town is named after the peony plant.) A door in the first-floor bay window opens to the deck, where guests frequently have breakfast, looking down on the rock garden.
The hotel has a private parking lot located on the south side of the building. It is on the corner of Third Street and Onarga Avenue, highlighted by a weeping mulberry tree.
Having a commercial kitchen permits the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast to offer meals in addition to breakfast for groups of ten or more. Ladies’ groups enjoy luncheons out, but their favorite is Afternoon Tea (American High Tea). After a long day’s ride, biking groups often opt for one of Linda’s home-cooked dinners.