I have stayed in this property couple times and every time it has been a wonderful experience. The staff, whom are Kay and Sepp, run a beautiful property in the heart of Vail, Colorado. If you are looking for a home away from home, this is the place to be. Check in and check out process is very fast and just in time for you to go out and enjoy the nearby attractions Vail has to offer. I would recommend this property to any leisure or business traveler coming this way!
- Tellement de petites attentions / So many little touches - Il n'y a pas de petit déjeuner, mais vous pouvez vous les cuisiner / There is no breakfast, but you can cook them - Des recommandations des meilleures pistes de ski (Sepp est un ancien instructeur de ski alpin à Vail) / Recommendations of the best skiing (Sepp is a former alpine ski instructor in Vail) - Se sentir comme à la maison loin de la maison / Feel like home away from home - Endroit très paisible / Very peaceful place - Autobus gratuit pour le village de Vail (20 minutes) / Free bus to the village of Vail (20 minutes)
Excellent value and very good quality lodging. The owner is friendly and personable, and Intermountain Landing is very peaceful, well away from the hustle and chaos of the main villages of Vail. Close to some excellent trout fishing, incidentally.
My husband and I went to Vail to have a gathering with our friends around New Year Eve and they stayed at Intermountain B&B. We stayed at Hitching Post B&B, which is about 25 minute drive to the west in Eagle. Hitching Post is a lot cheaper ($89-$99) than Intermountain ($149) due to the distance to Vail. My friends didn't have a car and Intermountain is close to a shuttle stop that can take them to the slopes. This is the second time one of them stayed at Intermountain. Their room has two beds, which is ideal for non-couple parties. Another difference is Intermountain no longer offers breakfast. We LOVED the breakfasts we had at Hitching Post. Every morning is a different menu and you really feel like doing some sports after a big meal. Judy is a great cook. Her house has a lot of history in it, while Intermountain is a contemporary house. Overall both are great places to stay. Intermountain is very convenient, and Kay (the host) is so much fun to talk to. On the other hand, if you have a car, it's really not that far to drive to Vail Village from Hitching Post. You get more for your money.…
My husband and I will be staying at Intermountain B&B for a 3rd time this January. It is one of the best deals in pricey Vail. The hosts are gracious, the rooms are nicely decorated and immaculately clean and the breakfasts are tasty and filling. They only have two rooms and you must be comfortable with the bed and breakfast concept, but if you are, this is the place to stay. It is also on the shuttle route so you don't have to have a vehicle once you get there.