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We recently travelled across the country from Baltimore. Along the way we stayed in a variety of accommodations from Residence Inn, Sheraton to Hampton Inn. When we got to Colorado Springs I called the Hughes Hacienda to see if we could stay here because we...More
We stayed in the lower suite and on arrival, fell right into the leather chairs and propped our feet up on the matching ottomans. Comfort everywhere. Secluded for quiet sleep and privacy. Each morning, we took a dip in the hot tub in the front...More
The fatigue of the car trip melted away as soon as we stepped through the gate into the patio. The view from the terraces, the care of the gardens, the fun sculptures, the birds at the feeders, the subtle back ground music, the fantastic breakfasts,...More
There are only two rooms at this B&B. The basement room that we took is very large and comfortable and we happily spent three nights here in May of 2012. While it's about a 10 minute drive north into town, the seculsion and scenery of...More
A basement room, down two flights of stairs, with no view, or...
The second room with a bath across the main hall - You do like leaving your room to use the bathroom, right?
"Private" patio is a few flat rocks right next...More
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These people checked in, occupied the room for 4 hours, attempted to leave without paying and got mad when they were charged for 1/2 night stay. It was December, the comments about the patios were strange since they were not being used due to the...More