4 Reasons Why The Frisco Lodge Is The Best Colorado Bed and Breakfast
Posted by: admin December 21st, 2016
The Frisco Lodge in Frisco, Colorado offers much more than a place to sleep. We either put together our top for reason why Frisco Lodge is the best bed-and-breakfast in Colorado.
1. Free breakfast
We make our homemade breakfast every morning offering a variety of tasty treats. Our chef prepares fresh fruits, eggs, Belgium waffles, smoked bacon, freshly squeezed juices and much more! Each day is a different menu to delight your taste buds. Enjoy sitting at our community table and chatting with guests from all over the world.
2. Complimentary happy hour
After your Frisco, Colorado adventures, head back to the Frisco Lodge for our complimentary happy hour. Our chef concocts an array of hors d'oeuvres and homemade soup each evening. Just when you thought your time at the Frisco Lodge can't get any sweeter; we serve you two glasses of complimentary wine for each night of your stay. Some of the specialities we prepare include, bruschetta, spinach wontons, Swedish meatballs and apple-wood smoked sausage.
3. Our history
Frisco Lodge was originally built in 1885 as a stagecoach stop and soon became a way station for passengers and crew traveling on the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad – who’s tracks ran on the easement which is now the alley directly behind our North Lodge. The basic structure of our Lodge remains much the same now as it was then. The current innkeepers take pride in maintaining this heritage. Our rooms are decorated to retain the flavor of this past era, and the Lodge still retains the ambiance of this period.
4. Our location on Main St.
Our historical bed-and-breakfast is located in the heart of downtown Frisco, Colorado on Main St. It is within walking distance to many restaurants, unique boutiques and various activities. If you were planning to go outside of Frisco there is a convenient bus stop two blocks down from the lodge. Taking you anywhere you want to go inside Summit County. You will be immersed in picturesque sceneries and cascading mountains with many trailheads for you to explore. Take advantage of our many bike paths that will zip you around the surrounding areas including Lake Dillon and Ten Mile Creek.