Fort Collins Lodging Options
Having been restored to its original 1900′s feel, the interior decor makes the charm of the Edwards House so unique. To add to the historic atmosphere, each of the eight beautiful guest rooms are named after significant individuals in Fort Collins history.
The Montezuma Fuller Suite
As the unofficial honeymoon suite of the Edwards House, you and your honey will enjoy the spacious, yet cozy feel of this picturesque Fort Collins lodging option.
The Franklin and Sara Avery Suite
With a view of the historic Avery House from its picture windows, this romantic suite will sweep you off your feet.
The Norman H. Meldrum Room
Sleep in late in this handsome king-size, four-poster bed underneath the elegantly slanted windows leading into the atrium.
The Frederick W. Sherwood Room
Located on the south side of first floor, this Fort Collins lodging option is full of sunshine. Watch the trolley travel down beautiful Mountain Avenue in the summer and enjoy the snow falling on the front lawn in the winter.
The Lady Catherine Moon Room
On the northeast corner of the second floor you will find the charming Lady Moon Room. In the cool and quiet atmospheres, you will find yourself at such ease in this guest room.
The Auntie Stone Room
You will feel like you are in heaven in this cozy, sky-lit room. As the only other guest room in The Lodge, you are sure to have a tranquil night’s sleep in the queen size bed.
The William O. Collins Room
Secluded in The Lodge, just a short jaunt from the main building, you will be swept away in this peaceful, beautifully lit guest room. You can enjoy the gas-fired, wood stove from the four-poster queen-size bed or while taking a bath in the claw-foot slipper tub.
The Agnes Mason Giddings Room
You are sure to find yourself right at home in this bright, distinctive Fort Collins lodging option. There is no going wrong with this guest room’s giant, south-facing windows, queen-size four-poster bed, and a warm, cozy fireplace.