Amazing Places to Stay in Colorado
Discover inspirational places to lay your head in an inspirational state. No matter how many sleeps you have planned on a Colorado vacation, we've got someplace cool for each of them.
Tucked into the tiny mountain town of Silver Plume, The Bread House is a Western oasis owned by a quirky seasonal bar. The town's gravel streets lead you by high, wooden storefronts that look straight out of “Deadwood." The former mining camp is about an hour from Denver and is considered a living ghost town, with a population under 200 and an incorporation date of 1880. So, you know it’s seen some stuff! Perfect as a jumping-off point for hikers, skiers, mountain bikers and history lovers, The Bread House beckons you for a quiet respite.