Nestled in the pines of Dillon, Piney Acres Inn offers the beauty, tranquility and hospitality of a mountain bed and breakfast. Originally built as a log-clad private mountain home, the Inn has recently been updated to provide mountain elegance and modern amenities while preserving the charm and warmth of a mountain retreat.
The ten guest rooms each have a distinct personality reflecting various area interests, eras, and memories. All accommodations offer a private bath. Some rooms boast tubs for two while others have private decks. Choose king, queen or two twin beds. The inn is wheelchair accessible with a room that includes a roll-in shower.
Mornings begin with freshly brewed coffee or tea and the Colorado daily newspapers. Then join the other guests in the dining room for a full breakfast served on fine china. Juices, homemade muffins and breads, fresh fruit and a special hot entree heartily nourish guests for a day in the mountains.
After a day of mountain activity or sightseeing, guests are invited to join the innkeeper for refreshments and conversation in the great room, featuring leather furniture, an unusual fireplace and a grand piano with a pianist who responds to requests or plays music for your listening pleasure.
Whatever your preferences, be prepared for pleasant surroundings, warm hospitality and plenty of pampering.
Piney Acres Inn of Dillon is just seventy miles west of Denver, accessible by Interstate 70. High in the Rocky Mountains, major ski areas include Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, and Keystone, all within fifteen minutes of the Inn. Vail is just thirty minutes away.
A scenic bike path is just down the hill and can take you to beautiful Lake Dillon or historic Breckenridge. Or enjoy a mountain ride to Vail.
Every season is a delight in the high country. Springtime brings the colorful blooms of mountain wildflowers and the excitement of whitewater rafting on swift spring rivers. Summer in the Summit is full of mountain adventures like hiking, sailing, biking, fishing and golfing at nearby courses such as Keystone, Copper Mountain and Eagle's Nest. Fall colors brighten the mountainscape in the autumn for spectacular viewing by car or on foot. Downhill skiing is still the popular winter sport, but other options include cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice skating, ice fishing and sleigh rides.
Summit County provides shopping at the Silverthorne Factory stores as well as many specialty shops in Dillon, Frisco and the Victorian town of Breckenridge. Dining establishments offer everything from simple mountain fare to the utmost in gourmet sampling.
You may enjoy the mountain air from any of the decks, watch the sunset from the sun room or find a foursome for cards or board games. Choose a good book from the antique bookcase and tuck yourself away in the reading corner of the great room or curl up in front of the fire. The spacious hot tub is always a great place to relax and mingle. A second great room is available and offers a television and VCR and a pool table for friendly competition.
Your innkeeper is available to assist you with selecting recreational, cultural or sightseeing opportunities. Menus are available for many area restaurants.
Don't forget to join the innkeeper and other guests for refreshments and conversation after a long day of mountain activity.
And finally, enjoy the pampering of the evening turn-down service and soft terry robes. Hot and cold drinks are available at all times.
|Apr. 8 - Nov. 20||Nov. 21 - Dec. 18
Jan. 3 - Feb. 5 '98
|Dec. 19 - Jan. 3
Feb.6 - Apr. 7 '98
Inquire about special rates for extended stays.
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