“combines luxurious comfort with elegant, yet approachable style”
A rare three dormer Queen Anne built in 1900, the picturesque Grape Leaf Inn combines luxurious comfort with elegant, yet approachable style. Surrounded by awarding-winning lush gardens and century-old evergreens, the Grape Leaf Inn is tucked away on a quiet historic street, a four block walk from fine shops and restaurants and minutes from more than 104 wineries. In 1982, four bedrooms and bathrooms were carved from the existing attic space, bringing the number of bedrooms to seven. All are replete with two-person spa tubs, imported European skylight windows, and two feature original stained glass gables. In 2001,award winning Denver Architect, John Yonushewski, designed a Victorian addition, adding a state-of-the-art kitchen, a dining room, lobby, and five stunning new rooms with private fireplaces. Today, the Grape Leaf Inn has 12 romantic rooms-most have King beds, dressed in the finest pressed linens, all have TV, DVD, CD, and Internet wireless service. Many rooms have private fireplaces. Most of the bathrooms offer two person spa tubs/showers, and one has a two-person steam shower and Japanese-style soaking tub.
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