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Morrison, CO
1-844-663-2269

Recent guest reviews

Marginally clean, wood slabs between bed and box spring were only in middle of bed so sleeper rolls away unless in exact center, low-end furnishings and old carpet, was instructed to unplug and re-plug ac as it wasn’t working. Had to do so about every hour. Great jetted tub and hot tub. Overall it would have been acceptable for about $100 less per night.

Awesome, cozy little place with everything we were looking for.

We saw a rat running across the countertop and listened to him eating all night.

Location good for show at Red Rocks amphitheater. The place could use a good update of the facilities.

Girlfriend and I stayed in the Rose Room which is neatly themed of 1920's era and featured several risque prints of Vaudeville actresses by esteemed photographer Orval Hixon. The room had a small kitchenette and a clean, remodeled bathroom with nice shower. The mattress was Goldilocks-like...not too soft, not too firm. The manager (Mr. Safe) was new and very polite and accommodating to make sure we were happy during our stay. He gave us a ride to Red Rocks, and lent us his headlamp so we could hike back on the Trading Post trail after the show. We enjoyed a nice breakfast the next morning from options we had chosen the night before (fruit smoothie with protein, eggs, bacon, french toast, fresh fruit). I stayed here 3 years ago and was less than impressed so I was glad to see the improved rooms and management. This place is not cheap, nor is it a mass-produced franchise of indistinguishable blandness. Instead, it's an eclectic, one-of-a-kind gem with character and identity. I'm glad we took a chance despite some negative reviews as this is the perfect place to stay when seeing a show at Red Rocks. Will definitely be back!

So this place is at a crossroads, it can either be a high-end 19th Century b&b and charge the rates it currently does, or be an off the beaten bath place for travelers, vagabonds, mystic seekers of good energy and crystals and whatnot (but would seriously need to lower its prices). Right now it's trying to be both.... I love the old vibe, but the "honeymoon suite" needs a mattress that's less than 5 years old.

First, let me say that this is the one and only place to stay with friends before a night at Red Rocks. The owner and staff are incredibly nice and well intentioned. The property is very cool and very unique. Oldest building in Morrison! I would not leave this review if things had improved from my first stay to the next - but they were worse sadly. I say "sadly" because it is such a great concept/place. It is run like a hostel, but charges like a top 1% hotel. Good for them though - they can do this as the only show in town. In short: Cleanliness: half eaten food was left in the cabinets in the room, towels smelled like mildew, the hot tub was dirty. The main lodge smells of cat urine and is in complete disrepair, which is a shame because it is an amazing building. Breakfast: It was late, and of the lowest quality. Both mornings the bacon was 3 small bits- not even a full piece. Plate was not covered so food was cold. Silverware was dirty and bent. English muffin was missing one day and the next was uncut and cold! Acceptable for a hostel but not for $400 a night - not at all OK. Easy to fix - AC was not present as promised so they put in a window unit. It didn't fit the window - was jammed in sideways and didn't work for either stay. Bed was not a queen as promised but a full. But again, it is a very cool property and the staff are nice and I want them to do well. I mean where else can you rent a private little villa with your own hot tub near Red Rocks!?

This place is not as depicted. The pic is of the back of the place but does not show the cars and other "things" in the yard. My room was a joke. The AC did not work and you could not open the only window because it was a foot away from a hot tub. Zero view. Shower was barely usable. Also way overpriced.

I paid $340 for a "cottage." It was an add on to a very old building. The photo of the "lodge" is of the back. It does not depict a bunk of junk, including cars, lying around. This place appears to be owned by a couple with small children who live in the house. I had a room with a queen bed. The lighting was terrible. There was no bedside table. I had one window looking out to a hot tub surrounded by a fence. So zero view, and lots of noise from the hot tub. No shade on the window so the hanging lights from the hot tub shone on the bed. You almost need to be a midget to use the shower it is so small. And the head is a hand held that won't work if you are taller than 5'10'. The room was musty and hot. The AC did not work and there was no natural ventilation as you had one the one window with the hot tub a couple of feet away. No lighting above the sink. I did not stay for the breakfast. Got out and moved on.

our toilet in our 400$ a night room did not work at all and when using sink it would not drain. the hot tub was on a slant and spilled water all over when used

Morrison CO

Hotel highlights

  • Free cooked-to-order breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Concierge services

Within a short walk of Bear Creek Lake Park, Cliff House Lodge B&B is within a mile (2 km) of Bandimere Speedway. This 3.5-star bed & breakfast has 9 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


Dining

Free cooked-to-order breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM.


Rooms

Cliff House Lodge B&B's 9 air-conditioned rooms provide coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with Netflix.


Property features

Dating back to 1873, Cliff House Lodge B&B offers free WiFi in public areas, a spa tub, and a fireplace in the lobby. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. Front-desk staff can help with concierge services, and provide local restaurant recommendations. Other amenities at this hot springs bed & breakfast include a picnic area and barbecue grills.

Room options

Dino

2 Queen Beds and 2 Double Futons | Sleeps 4

Honeymoon

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Stone

1 Queen Bed and 1 Queen Futon | Sleeps 4

Zen

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Cliff House Lodge B&B

Everyone (12) Couples (1)
5
Everyone

By on Jun 15, 2021

3
Everyone

Marginally clean, wood slabs between bed and box spring were only in middle of bed so sleeper rolls away unless in exact center, low-end furnishings and old carpet, was instructed to unplug and re-plug ac as it wasn’t working. Had to do so about every hour. Great jetted tub and hot tub. Overall it would have been acceptable for about $100 less per night.

By , from Colorado on Aug 9, 2020

5
Friends

Awesome, cozy little place with everything we were looking for.

By on Jun 1, 2020

4
Everyone

By on May 12, 2020

5
Everyone

By on Feb 26, 2020

4
Everyone

By on Jan 26, 2020

3
Partner Couples

We saw a rat running across the countertop and listened to him eating all night.

By on Sep 30, 2019

3
Everyone

Location good for show at Red Rocks amphitheater. The place could use a good update of the facilities.

By on Sep 22, 2018

4
Everyone

Girlfriend and I stayed in the Rose Room which is neatly themed of 1920's era and featured several risque prints of Vaudeville actresses by esteemed photographer Orval Hixon. The room had a small kitchenette and a clean, remodeled bathroom with nice shower. The mattress was Goldilocks-like...not too soft, not too firm. The manager (Mr. Safe) was new and very polite and accommodating to make sure we were happy during our stay. He gave us a ride to Red Rocks, and lent us his headlamp so we could hike back on the Trading Post trail after the show. We enjoyed a nice breakfast the next morning from options we had chosen the night before (fruit smoothie with protein, eggs, bacon, french toast, fresh fruit). I stayed here 3 years ago and was less than impressed so I was glad to see the improved rooms and management. This place is not cheap, nor is it a mass-produced franchise of indistinguishable blandness. Instead, it's an eclectic, one-of-a-kind gem with character and identity. I'm glad we took a chance despite some negative reviews as this is the perfect place to stay when seeing a show at Red Rocks. Will definitely be back!

By on Aug 13, 2018

4

wonderful, quirky place, bit of an identity crisis

Everyone

So this place is at a crossroads, it can either be a high-end 19th Century b&b and charge the rates it currently does, or be an off the beaten bath place for travelers, vagabonds, mystic seekers of good energy and crystals and whatnot (but would seriously need to lower its prices). Right now it's trying to be both.... I love the old vibe, but the "honeymoon suite" needs a mattress that's less than 5 years old.

By on Jul 5, 2018

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