A rustic lodge on a high, quiet shoulder of Mesa Verde Park.
The name says it all---the views are unsurpassed, reaching into the neighboring states of New Mexico, Utah and Arizona. This is true solitude; with no in-room phones, radios or TVs, you can actually hear golden eagles flying by or coyotes barking on a distant ridge. The basic rooms are comfortable, and each has a private bath and private balcony. The deluxe rooms also have small refrigerators, coffee makers, hair dryers, irons and ironing boards. In addition to the amenities offered in the deluxe rooms, the Kiva Rooms are more stylish with king beds and locally handcrafted furniture. The Metate Room serves southwestern cuisine (based on the foods of the ancient Pueblo dwellers) such as buffalo fajitas and venison quesadillas. The lodge is open from April through November, except when there are wildfires in the area. In addition, guests must purchase an entrance pass to the park (valid for 7 consecutive days) in order to stay. Many out-of-towners come for the Indian rug auction held annually over Memorial Day Weekend.
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