Welcome guests

Cozy in Bayfield is where to stay

About the place

- come and stay awhile -

Description of the accommodation

Constructed in Spring of 2015 as an add-up (add-on) to a 1917 Victorian home in downtown Bayfield, Bayfield Attic Inn offers unique short-term accommodations for anyone visiting the Four Corners for whatever reason…weddings, graduations, family reunions, boating, skiing, fishing, sight-seeing or just a needed get-away. Bayfield Attic Inn is not a motel; it’s part of a neighborhood in a small town.

Other info of the accommodation

Bayfield hosts the annual Fourth of July Parade with family fun all day as well as the Sheepherding Heritage Days celebration in September.

Day trips are easily done to Vallecito Lake, Lemon Lake, Navajo Lake, the San Juan National Forest and the world class fishing in the San Juan River. Mesa Verde National Park, Chimney Rock National Monument, the Aztec Ruins and the Anasazi Heritage Center are easy one day drives. The Southern Ute Indian Tribe is headquartered in Ignacio, Colorado and is a 15 minute drive from Bayfield; the Tribal campus has the Sky Ute Casino with bowling alleys and a Cultural Museum and Recreation Center available to the public. Durango-Silverton-Ouray are easy day trips as is a day at the Pagosa Springs hot springs.

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  • "Nice, Quiet, Relaxing, I felt like I was at home, while being hundreds of miles away from it, will stay here again!".
    by California

Our room

- Enjoy a relaxing stay -

  • Main room

  • Lounge area


The apartment-style suite has one bedroom with a queen bed, a ¾ bath, living room with a futon couch and a bistro table/chairs. Amenities include a small refrigerator, a coffee maker and TV. There is plenty of parking at the property including by the entry gate to the fenced yard. .

Rates Night Week
2 Night Minimum $75 $500


- plenty to do and plenty to see -

Within walking distance are:

  • • Historic Mill Street
  • • 2 town parks; Joe Stephenson Park with jogging/walking track, softball fields and rodeo grounds and Eagle Park with covered picnic facility and access to the Pine River.
  • • 5 restaurants
  • • Pine River Valley Heritage Society Museum
  • • The Good Ol’ Days Antiques
  • • Bayfield Post Office, a laundromat, a thrift store and a pharmacy
  • • Farmers’ Market on Saturday mornings through the summer
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More info?

Call us at  970 749 3247   to get more info on accommodation

Contact us

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