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... and they were delicious. We had good conversation and enjoyed getting to know them a little bit. They headed home shortly after 8:00. Then we skyped Derek for a few minutes. After that I started writing the blog and Erin and Larry watched TV while waiting for Breaking Bad to come on. When it came on at 9:00 it was last week's episode but the new one will be on next. We plan to take a hike tomorrow morning and then take Erin to the Airport.
... knowledgeable ranger and I was ready to go. For some reason I had worn my summer boots and left my gaiters behind so I had to go with the lower routes and the first up was the Cub lake loop. It was a peaceful 7 mile hike with limited elevation change but it got interesting a couple of miles in with the snow laying on the trail. I was cocky enough to leave the hiking poles strapped to the pack and I nearly made it all the way around the snowbound trail safely – but ...
... 8217;s quest to learn to fly fish. I have zero interest in fishing myself but thought I would tag along to take pictures of HER doing it. It was a 4 hour excursion to a nearby river and Jenn looked quite sporting in her waders!! It was so funny to watch her and her guide in the river. I imagine it was difficult to stand in the current and even more difficult to move through it on the oddly shaped river bottom. I thought Jenn was going in a few times ...
... beds... though it was not my financial investment, I think it's pretty fair to say that I single-handedly opened the Estes Park Hostel by Memorial Day Weekend of 2006.
For most of the summer I was there by myself. Terri, the owner, was occasionally in town, which I would take advantage of and head to the front range. That summer I met so many incredible people and had so many great times and laughs, shared stories and recommendations, and made what is ...
... and one yesterday. They really wanted for us to go back to Sprague Lake a 1-1/2 mile hike each way. This sounded great as I'd been sitting for way too many hours.
We packed up a picnic lunch complete with tablecloth, wine, cheese, meat and breads in our picnic backpack and took off for the lake. On the way the kids pointed to the general area that a hawk is protecting, swooping at passersby. The hawk had been ...
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Will Return to Riversong
My husband and I loved the Romantic Riversong Inn! The rooms were perfect, the grounds were beautifully kept. The staff was warm and inviting as well as informative about the area.
The breakfasts were tasty and varied daily. There was always something on the menu that we could enjoy...which is hard for a picky eater like my husband!
We will definately stay here again!
I read the other review that was not favorable, and I must ask: Did they write that about the correct Inn? Surely they were talking about someplace else.
Best B&B in Colorado
This is the best B&B in Colorado based on extensive stays all over the state. Beautiful location, great food and friendly, accommodating staff.
Deserves the name!!!!!
No place like it!
The most amazing place you will find in Estes. A true secret!
Wowed by Romantic River Song!
We have thoroughly enjoyed each of our many visits to Romantic River Song Bed and Breakfast in Estes Park. The setting is gorgeous, the rooms are extremely comfortable and well-maintained, and the owners and innkeepers are thoroughly delightful. They obviously enjoy their guests, and work very hard to make sure their guests are well-satisfied.
I am very much looking forward to my upcoming wedding to be held on the lush grounds of Romantic River Song - and am hoping that the resident elk herd will join in the festivities!
The room was nice, but the service & breakfast were definitely sub-par. Not what I would expect for $300/night rooms. We were served this tiny cup containing a semi burnt "french toast" concoction (looked and tasted like burnt crutons in runny custard) for the first breakfast. There was not much else to that breakfast and we were so hungry afterwards that we ended up getting McDonald's breakfast sandwiches in town. Not very "Romantic".
Romanced a Riversong
I was fortunate enough to have chosen Romantic Riversong Inn for a mid week get away. I was awe-struck by the beauty surrounding Riversong, acres of land to walk, hike or snowshoe. The staff was warm and friendly and made us feel so welcome. Our room was unique and beautiflly decorated. The breakfast was delicious and the presentation was exquisite. Our Riversong experence was so wonderful that we purchased gift certificates for business associates. We will definitely be back!
If you are looking for a soft place to land, this is definitely the place to do it! From the first moment we arrived, we felt pampered and appreciated. The staff at RiverSong is one of the most friendly and courteous that we have ever encountered. The mountain views are splendid, the wildlife plentiful and the surroundings are as peaceful and serene as they can get. You will be awakened by the pink dawn and as you walk to the dining room, fresh baked bread will temp your tastebuds. Some of the most wonderful recipes are waiting there for you to try. We especially loved the yogurt fruit smoothies and John Wayne Casserole that Gail prepared for us. We were warmed by the woodburning stove as we enjoyed watching the birds feeding right outside the window. We literally felt all the tensions leave our bodies. There is always hot coffee or a variety of herb teas waiting in the big living room, and you can sit by the fire there also and take in the view of the Rocky Mountains or read the local newspaper. There are no televisions or phones in the rooms. Something that we truly felt made our stay one that really helped us to get away from everything. Each room at the River Song is named after a wildflower from the Rockies. We stayed in Indian Paintbrush, and it was wonderfully decorated. There was a swinging bed just like grandma's front porch swing that lulled you to sleep every night. A warm fireplace right next to the bed and a large bathtub for two that eased your aching muscles and relaxed your soul. Each room has a journal that you can write your thoughts in and also read those of others who have come before you. At River Song you can totally become absorbed by nothing and it will be the most exciting place you can ever go. We were very fortunate to plan our wedding there and it was one of the most romantic events we could ever imagine. Gary and Scott were so helpful, making everything very easy and worry free. They even took our wedding photos for us. At River Song we knew how very much the owners cared about the quality of our stay. From the whimsical decorations to the happy atmosphere that greeted us everywhere. We could tell that this was a place that someone loved, so much so that they wanted to share it with the rest of us. What a blessing that they did! We are already planning to go back on our anniversary. Once you get to River Song, you will be smitten, and you, like us, will want to go back again and again!
There are no words to express how awesome this place is!
My Husband and I got married at Riversong on October 25, 2003. I can't begin to tell you how wonderful our stay there was and how helpful the staff was also. Our room was so tranquil and relaxing with a huge tub to kick back in. The grounds the Inn sits on are just gorgeous from the babbling river to the tree topped hills. There are tree swings and secluded pathways and the breakfasts in the mornings can't be beat! (I highly recommend getting the massage package too!) The staff treats you like family yet gives you your privacy. This place is great for your wedding, anniversary, or just some time for you and your special someone. If you have the chance, I would take a trip to visit Gary and Sue Mansfield at Riversong their little slice of heaven.
The setting is incredible but this is an extremely expensive Inn and we were disappointed. The breakfasts were weak-we were served broccoli quiche and frozen orange juice. the second day we were served a sickly sweet apple dessert for breakfast. We have stayed at many fine B&B's in different parts of the country and i believe this one is overrated and overpriced. The rooms had no amenities other than shampoo and soap. For 300$ per night i think they could do better. When i first made our reservation i asked the gentleman who did the booking about golf and he told me to call the chamber of commerce. on another occasion I enquired about biking and they told me to call the chamber of commerce. When i asked about dining options i was given some suggestions but no one offered to call and book for me(they did when we arrived) The setting is a lovely one along the river and we had some neat Elk sightings.
My fiance (now my wife) and I vacationed at this incredible inn for a week in September. Not only that, but we were also married at the Inn next to the beautiful river and in the shadow of the majestic Rocky Mountains. There truly was a special aura here, as the Inn sits at the end of back road essentially in its own little world. We shared the grounds with elk and mule deer who showed no fear in wandering through the property. We stayed in the "Meadow Bright" suite and would recommend it to anyone looking for a truly special getaway. From the waterfall shower to the massive log bed to our own private balcony looking over the Continental Divide, we could not have picked a more peaceful and tranquil place to begin our lives together. Romantic Riversong is truly a magical place, one that we will definitely return to again.