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Saddle & Surrey Motel in Estes Park, CO

Saddle & Surrey Motel in Estes Park, CO

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Company Info:

Rating: 4.60

Address: 1341 S Saint Vrain Ave, Estes Park, CO, 80517

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    Comments (10):

    1. Rob B.
    This place isa great value. The staff is very friendly and the rooms are clean if a bit cramped. The furniture is a bit old but comfortable fine and our room had a fridge and microwave. It's quiet and has bunnies hopping around the parking lot. Situated across town from Rocky Mountain National Park, maybe a 10-15 minute drive. Free breakfast was a selection of muffins and pastries plus coffee.

    26/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Evan S.
    We usually don't stay at this type of "motel" but the reviews were so good we bit on a recent drive through Estes Park.  Best decision ever.  Room was up-to-date, clean, and affordable.  Great value.  Exceptionally nice sheets.

    10/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. kara h.
    A great motel. Right off the beaten path of Rocky Mountain National Park. Cheap, CLEAN, friendly staff and the bathrooms and terrific. Newly remodeled and clean, clean, clean.

    The owner is a European woman who is very nice and welcomes strangers with open arms. Great motel when your on a tight budget.

    29/06/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Tom O.
    A wonderful value in Estes Park. Large; clean rooms, comfortable beds, flat screen TV's, pool and hot tub. Sure, it's an old style motel, but it has very nice owners and is convenient to Estes and RMNP without being in the center of town.  Stayed there last August and I'll be going back again this year. It's nice to find that you don't have to pay a fortune to get a clean, quiet and comfortable place to sleep.

    07/03/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. MileHigh G.
    What a find!  We have been coming to Estes for 20 years. I cannot count the number of times we have driven by this motel, however, until the last few days we had not had the pleasure of staying here.

    Barb, your hostess, is a dear. She sincerely cares that you are comfortable and enjoy your stay. Pastries and coffee are provided every morning after the office opens at 8 a.m.

    Our room was spacious with two queen beds and a full kitchen. No, you aren't staying at the Waldorf Astoria, but the rooms are clean and the beds are quite comfortable with all the comforts of home.

    Your location is perfect. A highway 7 locale means you are away from the craziness of downtown Estes during the summer months or during a seasonal event. You have a terrific Thai restaurant down the street and are a short drive from St. Malo's gorgeous church on the rock.

    Last but not least, the price can't be beat. We love the Stanley, but it is terribly overpriced. Try the Saddle and Surrey. You'll be glad you did.

    18/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Ginny K.
    My husband and I took a spur of the moment hiking trip to RMNP and booked a room at Saddle & Surrey. We stayed nine nights and were most pleased with the accommodations. The room was clean and cozy. There were plenty of drawers to unpack & enjoy a multiple night stay. The owners were kind, friendly & quick to service our needs. The hot tub was an added pleasure after many long mountainous hikes. It was easy to circumvent the town and get to the park. Tops were their price point. Excellent indeed.

    30/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. John B.
    Ah, the Saddle & Surrey Motel!  This has been our go to place for the past five or six years.  I almost don't want to review it so I can keep the secret.

    We've been visiting Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park at least once and most years twice, for more than 25 years.  In that time we've stayed at every class of accommodation to be had in the area.  Motels, hotels, resorts, cabins, condos, B&Bs, even the venerated Stanley Hotel.  Every one of them was either sadly deficient in some critical way or so outrageously expensive, sometimes both, we never wanted to return to any of them.  Except this one.  We'll actually change our plans if the days we want are already booked when we call for reservations.

    It's an old school strip motel owned and operated by a very friendly couple.  Beautifully maintained, immaculately clean, comfortably furnished, and very reasonably priced.  It's a couple of miles south of the main part of town along a dark stretch of  Hwy 7 in a quiet residential area, so if getting loaded after dinner and walking back to your room is part of your deal this place isn't for you.

    16/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Rachel H.
    I really cannot say ENOUGH good things about this motel.  The service is UNREAL. They are unbelievably kind and go out of their way to accommodate their guests. The owner offered to drive me to and from events when I had no ride. Another friend staying there didn't have a belt for the wedding we were attending and the owners husband GAVE HIM A BELT TO BORROW. Also let them borrow an iron and ironing board. The motel itself is crazy clean and has awesome amenities for the price (free wifi, pool, hot tub, cable). The ONLY thing negative (and it's not Saddle and Surreys fault) is that the hiking shuttle to RMNP doesn't go there. I genuinely had a wonderful experience staying there. Great great place.

    17/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Mary C.
    This motel was recommended to us by someone who stays there each year during the Long's Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival.  My room had a double bed, sofa, desk, table with chairs, microwave, mini fridge, and big TV mounted on the wall plus bathroom.  My friend's room had two double beds, sofa, huge closet, complete kitchen with stove, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, big TV, and bathroom.  Both rooms were reasonably priced considering all the rooms in town were sold out for the festival.  Free wifi and cleaner than any motel I've ever stayed in.  Interiors are funky, but very functional.  Motel is just outside of town but very close to festival fair grounds.  Owner/wife is a sweetheart.  Highly recommended, will stay there again.

    09/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Sanne B.
    This is the best motel I've stayed in so far. Friendly, clean and the beds are really great.

    Off-season it's very cheap considering the location in Estes Park, though it is placed a bit far from the town center (which I prefer).

    Some of the rooms have a kitchen which is big enough and well enough equipped to cook in.

    21/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0