- Liked: Cleanliness, property conditions & facilities, room comfort
- Disliked: Staff & service
Beautiful home but not a B&B experience
We stayed one night at this B&B in a stunning house in a historic district in Pueblo. I knew the spot we stayed the night before would be noisy, so I chose the carriage house, which was indeed very quiet and peaceful. Overall, though, our visit disappointed me. I chose this property specifically because it was a B&B and I wanted to learn more about the area and enjoy a hot breakfast. Many of the earlier reviews mention complimentary wine when you check in, delicious home-cooked breakfast, the camaraderie in the dining room, etc. Our experience was more like an Airbnb. Check-in is 2-4 p.m., which was OK but a little tricky as we were in town visiting museums (which close at 4 and aren't open on Sunday). I did as requested and texted an hour ahead of time to confirm we would arrive at 4. At 4, we walked into the main house (which was beautiful, from the 10 seconds we spent there), and were whisked through the house and out the back to the carriage house. We were never back in the main house because breakfast was in our unit. Instead of a hot, homecooked breakfast, we made our own coffee in the little brewer and ate breakfast from the fridge: Muffins, yogurt, delicious granola, hardboiled eggs. Nice enough if you want privacy but not what I expected. They gave us a list of restaurants we might visit for dinner but I had to request the WiFi code later. And there wasn't a box of tissues in the room (a bother in the dry climate). Nice place but felt a little neglected.