The Chateau is indeed a luxury b & b, providing terry robes and slippers for a comfortable hot tub experience in the winter weather, quality linens and pillows, delicious wine and generous and tasty food apre's skiing and at breakfast. Host and hostess Greg and Laura set the friendly and relaxed tone that puts guests at ease and ready to enjoy conversation at breakfast and in the evening if they choose to hang around the welcoming and roomy living area. The enclosed porch and walk-in closet near the front door mean that you don't need to lug your outerwear upstairs with you, much appreciated if you stay on the third floor. There is even a refrigerator for guests to keep leftovers brought home from nearby restaurants. You can walk a block to Azteca's or across the street to Randy's and have a very good meal. My teenage boys and I spent $50 at each place for dinner. Greg recommended EPIC ski rental across the street and we spent $20-30 a day without boots, and an extra $5 for helmuts. If you want lessons, be sure to let Laura know because it saves on lift tickets to buy lessons and tickets together. Oh, did I mention that the Chateau is beautifully appointed and that photos don't yet do it justice?
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking