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Lucie, Phil and Jim were great!
Breakfast buffets every morning were absolutely delicious!! A lot of variety and everything was very good!
The hotel itself was right off of the main street of town, and you can walk to all of the great restaurants, stores...More
Hosts Phil and Lucy were welcoming and so enjoyable. They treated us like family. Such a relaxing and beautiful setting at the base of the mountains close by the river. The deck was peaceful and the hot tub a nice way to end the day....More
A top notch stop in Ouray and all of Colorado. Wonderfully warm reception and outstanding breakfast. We spent two nights while taking 4-wheel trails nearby and look forward to a return trip. As a cookbook author (focusing on Route 66) I have stopped at many...More
Black Bear Manor is one of the most enjoyable B&Bs that we have stayed in throughout our country. It is nestled in a valley surrounded by the most scenic mountains you could ask for. Hosts Phil and Lucy greet you and treat you as if...More
Wow what a stay and what an awesome experience courtesy of the fine hospitality from Phil and Lucy. 6 of us from Australia stayed here in July for 1 night during our 30 day vacation in the USA riding Harley's. We arrived late into Ouray...More
I would contact Phil at the Black Bear Manor (thru the website) for most of your questions. As for routing, the time of year might matter. Google maps might be your best bet for any delays or weather obstacles. Once you... More
I would contact Phil at the Black Bear Manor (thru the website) for most of your questions. As for routing, the time of year might matter. Google maps might be your best bet for any delays or weather obstacles. Once you get to Colorado it will be a beautiful drive.
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"loved our first floor room, did not have to carry suitcases up stairs."