Uniquely situated below the cliffs at the north end of Creede and beside Willow Creek, two quaint, historic cabins offer a glimpse into Creede's past while providing charming, private, rustic lodging. Operated as self-serve B&Bs, the cabins are well-stocked with breakfast basics and other essentials.
When silver was discovered in Creede, this narrow canyon became home to several thousand miners almost overnight. These two small cabins at the north end of Creede were built after a major fire in 1892. Carefully brought into modern times, they still retain the spirit of days gone by.