"Fall" Inn love with Colorado’s golden Aspens and Holden House romance!

Holden House is a convenient and cozy fall getaway
Welcome Fall and Welcome Inn

Recently, Colorado has seen its fair share of weather events.  We wanted to reassure our guests and visitors that Holden House 1902 Victorian Bed and Breakfast Inn and the surrounding Pikes Peak area in Colorado Springs has been unaffected by the recent weather events which have gained national attention.  We greatly appreciate the phone calls from guests who are considering a trip to Colorado.  We stand proud to announce that our local attractions remain open for business and that the state of Colorado as a whole has attractions ready to make your stay a wonderful experience. While some of the National Parks and Monuments are temporarily closed due to federal budget issues, our State and local parks, art galleries, shopping districts, fine dining, museums and historic sites are ready to make your stay in Colorado a trip for pleasant memories. 
The Colorado fall colors and aspens are now at their peak for the next few weeks and as late bloomers this year, offer opportunities for leaf peeping and spectacularly warm days combined with cool winter nights. Whatever the weather, you’ll enjoy our delicious full gourmet breakfast, afternoon wine social, a cozy fireplace or balconies, verandahs and porches to rock away your cares for an autumn getaway.
Innkeepers Welling and Sallie Clark
“We encourage everyone to visit and enjoy everything that Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak area
has to offer.”
-Sallie Clark, Innkeeper
Pikes Peak, America’s most visited mountain has both the highway to the top (at 14,110 feet) and the world’s highest elevated COG railway which is open daily.  With the fall foliage rapidly changing, the scenic byways are accessible and safe to drive.  We have countless state and local parks, hiking, galleries, breweries, museums, festivals and more just waiting for you to explore. In Colorado Springs, Garden of the Gods and our famous Cheyenne Mountain Zoo are bursting with colors and excitement.  You won’t want to miss the “largest giraffe herd in North America” where you can actually feed the giraffes and the new African Rift exhibit  is an “up close and personal” look at lions, elephants, and monkeys, among others.  Remember Meerkat Manor?  You won’t be disappointed to meet our friendly and cute Meerkat mountain residents. New adventures await you here! 
Please visit www.Colorado.com to learn more about all the fall experiences we would like to share with you and check out www.PeakRadar.com for local events. More importantly, please visit www.HoldenHouse.com to make a reservation now.
Just a few of the special activities that Colorado Springs has to offer:
·         Favorite fall foliage drives including Highway 67 to Cripple Creek
·         Two nearby State parks, Cheyenne Mountain and Mueller State Park
·         Scenic hiking trails and local parks including Paint Mines Park, Garden of the Gods and Red Rock Canyon Open Space
·         Zip line in Manitou Springs
·         Golfing at public courses like Patty Jewett, the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi
·         Fly Fishing tours from local Angler’s Covey
·         Farmers Markets in Old Colorado City
·         Breweries like Bristol and Colorado Mountain Brewery
·         Art museums and galleries including the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
·         Historic sites and museums including the Colorado Springs Pioneer’s Museum and the Old Colorado City History Center
·         The COG Railway and the Pikes Peak Highway are open for business
·         Individual shopping in Old Colorado City, Manitou Springs, Downtown and the Shops at Briargate
·         And…much much more!