The rooms in our historic homes have a light, spacious and yet very cozy feel. Each room has organic cotton terrycloth bathrobes for our guests in room use. Each house has organic coffee and organic teas available in the main kitchen to be enjoyed at guests’ leisure.
The Rockledge house was designed by Pueblo architect William Stickney and built in 1913. The architecture and style of this home mirrors the surrounding terrain; this is illustrated by the original Manitou Greenstone found in the rock walls, terraces and carriage house. This house features spacious bedrooms, all with private baths, that can be configured to accommodate guests in both private and shared sleeping situations, a community dining room, a yoga/meeting room, and two fireplaces for creating a cozy, relaxing mood as well as a spacious stone outdoor patio with a fire pit, water fountain and hot tub.
The Red Crags house has its foundation in health, wellness, and art. Built in 1889, by Manitou Springs founder Dr. William Bell, Red Crags’ initial purpose was as a wellness clinic where patients would come to experience the healing properties of Manitou Springs. The fresh Manitou Springs air and healing mineral springs were a common therapy utilized in wellness treatments. Today, the greater SunMountain, of which Red Crag’s is an integral base, serves as a destination for those looking for healing and art retreats.
The Onaledge house was built in 1912 as part of the Craftwood Shops; the house is a fine example of the simple yet beautiful Arts & Crafts Movement. Throughout the years, the Onaledge house has been used as housing for the Masters of the Craftwood Guild, private residence, and a bed and breakfast. Today the Onaledge house provides a quaint family style home perfect for your getaway or retreat. This house features five cozy bedrooms that can be configured to accommodate guests in both private and shared situations, a yoga/meeting room, two wood burning fireplaces, a constant current swim spa/hot tub.