Through Nov 2016, we have three rooms on 75+ acres of mesa top with a view of Mesa Verde and the La Plata mountains. Two of the rooms are in the main house, one with a king and the other, queen and each with private baths. Family style breakfast - a traditional B&B experience - is included.
Into 2017 another is a log cabin, with queen bedroom downstairs and a double and pull-out sofa in the loft. This one bath unit has a compact, fully equiped kitchen, or we can include breakfast in the main lodge (2016 only).
The lodge rooms will not be available in 2017
Mesa Verde National Park is of course the primary draw. Cliff dwellings built in the 1200s are unique and a facinating look into history. Imagine how these stone age people built these wonderful "four story" apartments and why they left (lots of theories, but still not known for sure).
We are outside the national park entrance, where the Visitor Center is located. Here you get tickets and schedule for the cliff dwelling tours.
In planning your visit, remember that it is a BIG park. We are 10 minutes to the entrance, but it is another 45 minute drive from the gate to the actual cliff dwellings. If you are planning breakfast with us, your first tour should be 10am or later to have time to get to the site.
Sue and Bob have owned / operated Sundance Bear for 19 years. We greatly enjoy visiting with guests and sharing the wonders of the Colorado Four Corners region - and calling many of them friends. Come say hello!
As we go into 2017, changes are afoot. With mixed feelings, we have put the property up for sale and we are spending more time in Corrales, NM (outside of Albuquerque). Until a sale actually happens, we will be here and renting the log cabin during the summer.
Dogs, Horses, Cats are our friends. We have a resident dog and cat. We welcome guest dogs in the log cabin and horses enjoy a loafing shed and large paddock.
Sorry, ours is the only cat allowed.
Please let us help you enjoy the Old West and our pre-history. Extend your stay after Mesa Verde and enjoy the Durango-Silverton Narrow Guage Railroad, hiking, horseback riding, and more.