"Tucked away behind massive red cliffs, this hotel – and the tiny village of Redstone that surrounds it – occupies a little slice of Rocky Mountain heaven. This is an intimate getaway, perfect for those looking to disappear for few days. Opened in 1902 as bachelor housing for miners, the historic inn occupies 22 acres (9 hectares) of pristine secluded land, surrounded by national forest. The Redstone Inn isn't really near anywhere, which is exactly what makes it so appealing. Paying homage to the American..."
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