Victorian ambiance meets modern convenience in this charming, antiques-filled B&B built circa 1907. You’ll enjoy architectural features like a large veranda flanked by smooth columns, a steeply pitched gable roof with flared eaves and two sun porches offering views of stately Fishers Peak. Tucked in a quiet residential neighborhood just two blocks off Main Street, this historic lodging is also notably within walking distance of in-town shops, restaurants and museums. Plus, the inn’s hosts Teresa and Kevin will personalize your stay, making it a cozy alternative to a traditional hotel.
What makes it special?
Breakfast! Wake up to the intoxicating aromas of fresh-brewed coffee, sizzling bacon and all kinds of baked goodness — from Italian strata and tortilla Española to lemon-blueberry, blue-corn pancakes and cinnamon French toast.
The most “Colorado” thing about this place
In addition to being a quaint B&B, the Tarabino doubles as a fine-arts gallery, displaying the works of local artists in a variety of mediums. It’s no surprise the inn offers this amenity because Trinidad boasts one of the state’s flourishing Colorado Creative Districts thanks to its plethora of galleries, museums and unique cultural celebrations like ArtoCade.