Marnie and Tom of the Porter House B&B in Windsor were so down-to-earth and accomodating! They had no problem with us arriving early and staying late (we arranged to do so). I loved hearing about their experience buying and decorating their Victorian house- it is impeccably done, and I found it really pleasant, with lots of little knick-knacks and thoughtful touches. We stayed in the Windsor Room (added on to the original house), which has a jacuzzi large enough for two (really hot water if you want!), and a gas fireplace which warms up the room. The bed was comfortable. It also has a shower, closet, toilet and free-standing sink. The other rooms in the House are beautiful, too; my favorite was the Turret Room, which has a little outside balcony to sit on, and a cute little writing desk anteroom attached to the bedroom. The Hobbit Room would be great for kids, or people who like a micro-cottage, hideaway feeling. Marnie and Tom's dog Rusty, an Irish Setter I think, is beautiful and very playful, and we loved throwing balls for him and watching him bound around the yard. We enjoyed driving to Fort Collins at night to go to a movie and restaurant, but Windsor itself offers Thai, Mexican, and Hawaiian food (!), plus an ice cream parlor. We loved the museum and arts and cultural park a block from the B&B: original buildings from the sugar beet worker days in the 1800's. Each building had vintage furnishings to illustrate the way it was back then, nicely done. Two blocks from the B&B is a great bike path around a lake, 2-3 miles all the way around, with pelicans hanging out in the water. Windsor is a nice balance of town and country, and The Porter House is a great way to relax and unwind. Thanks, Marnie and Tom!