Mountain Lodge Country Inn Rates Fall/Winter/Spring

Fall, Winter & Spring Rates

If you are looking for Summer Dude Ranch Rates, click here.

We occasionally run specials & discounts. Please check out our specials page for more information!

From mid-September through mid-May the Sundance Trail Guest Ranch can be a perfect Country Inn Bed and Breakfast hide-away.

We are close enough to home, from – Ft. Collins you can get here in less than an hour, and from Boulder or Denver in about two hours.

At the same time, we are far enough away to have some private time together in the beauty and the quiet of the mountains.

We offer pet friendly Country Inn and Bed & Breakfast accommodations in seven family sized suites for couples, families, or groups up to 24 people.

A full country breakfast is part of the package. We also provide hearty western lunches and suppers, served family style. We are very flexible and will be happy to accommodate just about any dietary restrictions with advance notice.

Our mountain lodge, including the dining room, the fireplace parlor, and two wheelchair friendly guest suites, is a warm, relaxed and friendly place.

The deck and porches are an inviting place to gather for a fresh cup of coffee, conversation, swapping stories, reading, or just plain enjoying the view.

Of course, horseback riding is always available.

The recreation barn is where we play – Jacuzzi, pool and foosball tables… and of course corn hole!

All of our suites, in either the mountain lodge or the cabins, are comfortable, spacious, and have refrigerators, coffee-makers, private baths, daily housekeeping, and flexibility in arranging both queen and twin beds.

  • Country Inn & Bed and Breakfast Rates are available late September through mid-May.
  • We live a Dude Ranch Lifestyle from mid-May through mid-September – Country Inn & Bed and breakfast is not available in these summer months.
  • “Pet friendly” means that we do not charge for your dog’s bed and breakfast stay with us!

Country Inn Stays:

Lodging, Meals and Daily Horse Back Ride (usually after breakfast).  Meals are dinner on night of arrival through breakfast on your day of departure.

$259 per night per Couple (any two people sharing one suite) or $189 per night single occupancy

Add $90/night for each child and $125/night for each adult sharing the suite

Additional Charges that apply are Sales tax 5.55% and the 15% service charge.

Country Inn Stays can be a single night or a week!

Ranch Bed & Breakfast

Available for folks who are on the mountain for other business, and just need a place to sleep with breakfast.

One Night Stay and Full Country Breakfast

$174 per night per couple (any two people sharing one suite), $124 per night single occupancy

Add children @ $50/night each, and $80/night for each adult sharing the suite

These rates include lodging and breakfast. Activities and extra meals can be arranged.

Additional Charges that apply are Sales tax 5.55% and the 15% service charge.

Bed and Breakfast stays can be a single night or an entire week.

Extra Riding and Meals are Available

Extra (Usually Afternoon) Horseback Riding — $40 per Hour per Person

Lunch
$10 for Adults
$7 for Kids (5 to 14 years old)

Dinner
$20 for Adults
$10 for Kids (5 to 14 years old)
N/C for Littler Kids (Less than 5 years old)

Gift Certficates for Bed & Breakfast, Massage, and Colorado Dude Ranch Vacations are available, and can be purchased by phone.

The Small Print

The “couple” rates are for any two people sharing one suite, any pair of adults – family, friends, buddies – sharing one suite.

Additional charges include taxes and service charges.

Trading Post purchases, massage, liquor (beer, wine, spirits and soda are available on site), or Fishing Licenses.

Deposits: We require a deposit of 20% for dude ranch and bed and breakfast reservations, and 50% for family reunions or other larger groups of 10 or more persons.

Cancellations: Cancellations 60 day prior to your arrival will be refunded minus 10% handling fee.  We will gladly attempt to reschedule your reservation and transfer the entire deposit to that new reservation.  “No shows” will be charged the full rate for the stay reserved.

Gratuities: We are often asked by guests how gratuities should be handled.  Starting this year we are automatically adding a 15% service charge rather than suggesting a tip.  If you feel you received exceptional service, and want to show your appreciation by giving an additional tip for for our staff they will appreciate it, but do not expect it.

No Show: In the event that you do not show. You will be billed the full rate for your reservation.

Bed and Breakfast Travel Cancellation Insurance
You might want to consider trip cancellation insurance to protect your deposit. Both the Colorado Dude and Guest Ranch Association and the Dude Ranchers Association are associated with Travel Guard insurance.

Dogs and Horses are welcome by prior arrangement. Please call us to discuss details.

Little Riders:
To ride outside the arena, children must be mature and large enough to safely control their horse on the trail — we look at the child’s size, coordination, and attitude on horseback. Typically children are ready to ride at about age eight. Children who are not yet ready to trail ride will ride with a wrangler in the arena. Please feel free to call us to discuss any questions you might have about your child’s readiness to ride. Safety is our first concern.

Riding “double” is extremely dangerous, and is not practiced here.

Active Military and immediate family – Year Round:
We want to thank you for your service with a 15% discount from regular pricing for all Active Military and your immediate families.  (If you have been injured in the line of service, you may call us privately about a personalized pricing.)

A portion of our sales is shared with the Red Feather Mountain Community Churches Assistance Program to help pay for groceries, prescriptions and heating fuel for our local neighbors in need.

We are an equal opportunity Bed and Breakfast employer and provider, authorized by special use permit on the Roosevelt National Forest.