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Braham's Inn is located in the heart of fantastic fruit country in Central Western Colorado and along the south side of the Grand Mesa. The inn is surrounded by orchards and vineyards that produce excellent fruit including apples, peaches, pears, cherries, grapes, apricots and plums. They offer five private, non smoking rooms. Rooms are decorated in various fruit themes. Each room has two queen-sized beds, independent air conditioning and heating, cable color television, phone, bathroom containing a shower and full sized bath and a dining table with chairs. They serve a wide variety of breakfast foods, fresh fruit, cobblers, sweet breads and egg dishes. Activities include snowmobiling, down hill skiing at Powderhorn, cross country skiing, art galleries, antiquing, sight seeing and plenty of shopping.

Location: 1258 Highway 65, Eckert Colorado 81418 Telephone 970-835-3357 Toll Free: 888-995-8008 Fax 970-835-4422

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
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(Crested Butte) Elizabeth Ann Bed & Breakfast
(Crested Butte) Great Escape Bed and Breakfast

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