Two Sisters Inn
A rose-colored Victorian bungalow brimming with charm and romance.
Built in 1919 as a boarding house for schoolteachers, this property was transformed into a cozy B&B in 1990. It sits at the foot of Pike’s Peak in quaint Manitou Springs, and serves as a base for exploring the nearby Garden of the Gods, Cave of the Winds, U.S. Air Force Academy and U.S. Olympic Training Center. Arriving guests are treated to home-baked goodies and a bottle of Manitou Springs’ sparkling mineral water. This hospitality provides a telling prelude to such personal touches as work by local artists hanging on the walls, and delicious three-course breakfasts served in the dining room. Each of the four bedrooms on the inn’s second floor is furnished with antiques, including one of the home’s original double bedsteads. The pretty, pink Garden Cottage is reached through the back yard and features a skylight for stargazing while you shower.