Guest Rooms & Rates
The welcome and warmth of a grandmother’s home await you at the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast. Located in the center of Paonia, close to Delta, Colorado, you’ll find that this century-old hotel still offers the best lodging available. Rooms are furnished with antique furniture and adorned with handmade quilts. All rooms have private baths. Individual thermostats in each room offer temperature regulation. In summer, air conditioning is provided via swamp coolers, fans, and the old-fashioned transoms above bedroom doors. Wi-Fi can be accessed throughout the property. Each room at the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast is unique, as traditional and modern technologies are harmoniously blended for your comfort.
Linda, the owner/innkeeper, enjoys travel and this is reflected in the names of the rooms. They are named for various countries and the artwork within each was gathered during Linda’s travels. You can choose the country you wish to visit as a guest.
The English/Ghost’s Room (#2):
Located on the southeast corner of the building, The English/Ghost’s Room has a window overlooking the front balcony and another facing the main part of the town.
Need a family suite? This is an excellent choice as it can be connected to the French Room.
The French Room (#3):
Join the French Impressionists – Monet, Mattise, and Renoir – in this bay-window room. Located on the south side of the hotel, it’s a bright, cheery space. This room features a queen-size bed and a full bath. It’s an excellent choice as part of a family suite, or for the business person desiring a desk.
The Australian Room (#4):
Aboriginal art varies by location on the Australian continent and this room provides an overview – dot painting, line painting, and bark painting. The king-size bed with traditional blue quilt can be split into twin beds. The room also features a full bath.
The Chinese Room (#5):
Soft watercolors provide serenity for the tired traveler in the Chinese Room. This northwest corner room exudes warmth and comfort with its brick walls and burgundy décor. A desk makes it ideal for the business traveler. The room has a full bath and a king-size bed that can be converted into two twin beds.
The Finn/Lapp Room (#6):
Blue and gold dominate this room, from the traditional log cabin quilt to the curtains and the daybed. Tie-dyed wall hangings of Lapp fauna provide a cool feeling in the bedroom, while a painting of the midnight sun brightens up your bath. In addition to a king-size bed, this room also contains a daybed, making it a good choice for parents traveling with a child. Or, they can be configured as three single beds. The room also has a full bath.
The Irish Room (#7):
Reproductions of drawings in the “Book of Kells” and pictures of native Irish flowers decorate this room. The room boasts a king-size bed (which can be converted into two twin beds) with a multicolored traditional quilt and a large bathroom featuring one of the hotel’s original claw-footed tubs. Sink into a tub full of bubbles for a relaxing soak while enjoying the cottonwoods just outside the window. This is luxury!
The German Room (#8):
This third-floor, bay-window room contains paintings of German towns – from medieval Albrechtsburg to current Leipzig. The queen-size bed in the bay window has a neat appearance with its blue flowered quilt. A desk provides workspace for the traveler. The private bath features a large shower stall. The German Room can connect to the Irish Room, forming a family suite, if desired.
The Czech Room (#9):
This king-bedded room is tucked under the eaves, but is brightly lit by a large dormer window. It is the perfect venue for scenes of Prague and Czech art. The blue and white décor is strong yet peaceful. The private bath offers a large shower. The king-size bed can be converted into two twin beds.
The Russian Room (#10):
This third-floor queen room under the eaves of the building’s northwest corner has a sunny nook and windows looking out both directions. The artwork depicts scenes from urban Russia. Decorated in pink with a bouquet of flowers over the bed, this room is perfect for your romantic getaway. The private bath features a shower stall.
The Italian Room (#11):
This room has a large dormer window and a king-size bed that can be readily changed into twin beds. When used as twin beds, the king’s traditional “bowtie” quilt is replaced by green and pink flowered quilts. A shower stall is featured in the private bath. Note the papyrus from Sicily and the Venetian lace. What lady wouldn’t appreciate such an intricately appointed room?
(May 16 – Oct. 31)
(Nov. 1 – May 15)
|Extra Person In Room||$25||$25|
Details & Policies
- Some suites can be adjoined; call for details.
- King, queen, and long twin-size beds are all available.
- Advance reservations strongly encouraged. Guests are responsible for payment of all nights reserved.
- A deposit of one night’s lodging is due upon making a reservation; full payment is due 30 days prior to arrival.
- Cancellations more than 7 days prior to arrival will receive a refund, minus a $25 cancellation fee; reservations cancelled less than 7 days prior to arrival are non-refundable.
- Check-in time is 4 pm-8 pm. Check-out time is 11 am. Please call in advance for early or late arrivals.
- The Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast is a smoke-free establishment.
- Dietary restrictions are honored, when notified.
- Sorry, pets cannot be accommodated.
- Rates subject to change.