Not worth the effort!!!!
What a dump!!! If old, run down and expensive is charming then this is your place. It is hard to get to and built down a dirty, gravel drive. We visited after a early fall snowstorm and it was treacheous to get to. We ate in the main dining room and although the view was nice, you always felt like the place was going to collapse and giveway. The Salad buffet was pretty basic - a few basic salad choices and two soups (our trip was Red Chili (Veggie Chili) and Pumpkin Curry Soup (I wouldn't recommend it). The 3-4 types of breads and muffins were the best part of the overpriced buffet. The serving pieces on the buffet are silver, but they were tarnished. Only about 15-20 people were in the restaurant when we attended on a Sunday Lunch. The waiter was pleasant but did a very poor job of clearing dishes. He was more interested in serving us a slice of pie for $5. The rest of the Inn was odd. The Fireplace room was dark and not worthy of spending any time. The Key room (while it has an interesting story) was cold and dark. Nobody was around to even talk about the Key Room. They hang from the ceiling and most are rusty. Some might call that charming - I thought it was just dumpy. Take my advice and stay away - Estes Park has lots of better spots to eat (that are warmer, cleaner, cheaper and more enjoyable).
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