Snow, a fire, cozy blanket and a steaming Smuggler...does it get any better than this? Served complimentary with dessert nightly around the holidays - just before bed! Come visit us for this special treat.
Happy Thanksgiving ! We're giving thanks this year by including a nice varietal wine or two growlers from either City Star Brewing or Berthoud Brewing Company for any of you that book two nights or more for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend only - Wednesday through Sunday.
Must book online or call the inn direct: 970.532.4566
We hope you share this holiday with us ...
We are thankful for:
We hope that you get to enjoy a nice Thursday with your family and friends and some delicious food.
We love what we do and we enjoy meeting new people. There are still some rooms available this week if you need some last minute accommodation for your family members this Thanksgiving. Just give us a phone call at (970)-532-4566 to set up your reservation.
If you have stayed with us at the Berthoud Inn & Events before, you may know that ice cream will be served as the last course for every breakfast.
As a kid, our Innkeeper's mom used to ask him what he'd like for breakfast. He'd reply, 'ice cream, ice cream!' She'd reply, 'you can't have ice cream for breakfast'.
Now Mark and his guests enjoy ice cream for breakfast every day.
According to a recent Japanese study, eating ice cream in the morning can have positive effects on your energy and mental awareness. If you are interested in reading a little bit more into this, just follow the link below.
"Eating Ice Cream For Breakfast May Improve Mental Performance And Alertness, Study Says"
Join us for some tasty craft brews in a celebration of fine moustachery and beardedness to raise awareness of men’s health issues.
4pm: Get here early and scout the competition…
5pm: Mo Contest…. rock your best mustache (or beard), impress our panel of judges and take home a special prize package full of goodies!
Live Music 7-9:30pm: Nobody et Al
Food Truck 5-8pm: The G-Spot Noshery Food Truck
City Star will donate $1 per beer sold ALL DAY 12-10pm to the Movember Foundation. Learn more about Movember at movember.com
Ready in 15 minutes. Makes enough for 6 servings.
The past few weeks have been unusually warm for Colorado.
The Rocky Mountains have already gotten a few snow days and some ski areas opened up for season (Loveland Ski Area opens today!) and are ready to entertain ski and snowboard enthusiasts, but down here, along the foothills, we have yet to see a snow fall. The average date for the first snowfall in Denver, CO is October 18th and we are nearing our record for the latest first measurable snowfall, which is Nov. 21st, 1934.
With the temperatures ranging between 60 and 80 Fahrenheit, this November sure feels a bit like Summer.
This is a great opportunity to take the weekends off and relax a couple of days. Consider visiting the Berthoud Inn & Events and enjoy a relaxing walk through our beautiful little town. Or consider visiting Rocky Mountain National Park and admire the beautiful scenery of the yellow, red, and green speckled mountains.
According to the weather forecast, we will be having sunny weather until at least mid November.