The Cripple Creek Hospitality House offers guests an opportunity to stay in the peaceful serenity of the Rocky Mountains. Not only do they include a beautiful RV park, they also offer 17 guest rooms that are decorated with Victorian style furnishings and accents while providing modern conveniences such as televisions and private baths. It is open to small or large groups, including family reunions and even dreamy Rocky Mountain weddings. Built in 1901, the Hospitality House served as the Teller County Hospital during the early gold rush heyday in the district.
They also offer massages on site and delicious breakfast and coffee to help you start your mornings off right.
Cripple Creek Hospitality House