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5 stars isn't nearly enough of a rating for what an amazing place this is to be a guest. You will leave as family! The owners Rosie & David are the most genuine, loving, and accommodating people we have ever had the pleasure to take...More
David and Rosie Whitelock have established a reputation of excellence with their Inn at the Lake. From the moment you arrive and gaze across the large San Christobel Lake at five 14'er mountains, you realize you're in a rare and serene place. It is spectacularly...More
I have been from one side of this world to the other and slept under the stars and in five star resorts but Dave and Rosie's Inn at the Lake was one of the finest lodging experiences I have ever had. There aren't a plethora...More
My wife and I have been lots of places in our many years together, but our visit to the "Inn at the Lake" was the ultimate relaxing experience! Just the view from the deck as I drank my morning cup of coffee made it first...More
David & Rosie Whitelock are gracious hosts. They can point you to all the great outdoor activities that Lake City offers. They serve a hot & hearty breakfast. The Inn looks out over Lake San Cristobal and gorgeous mountain scenery. Open for business May to...More
Thank David W
Response from innatthelake, Owner at The Inn at the LakeResponded 18 September 2016
Thanks for coming to be with us in these gorgeous mountains. We look forward to having you here again very soon. We were so pleased to get to know you.
Response from rickstrack46 | Reviewed this property |
The Inn at the Lake is not open in January due to travel conditions and possible roads not being open. It is a beautiful place in the colder winter months and would be wonderful to sit by the fire and take hikes in the... More
The Inn at the Lake is not open in January due to travel conditions and possible roads not being open. It is a beautiful place in the colder winter months and would be wonderful to sit by the fire and take hikes in the snow, but the answer is NO, sadly!
But go when you can, it is the best "rest and relaxation" place I have ever known!