Historic Old Victory Hotel in the heart of Northwest Colorado is a hunting lodge gem amongst the largest elk herd in the west. Located in the small quiet town of Maybell, this property was originally a Hunting Lodge and Stage stop. First named the Evans House, the name was later changed when the highway was named Victory Way. The name has continued all these years, as has the hospitality all have received that have stayed in these rooms. There have been many famous guests over the years, Teddy Roosevelt and Butch Cassidy to name a few. Nine guest rooms and three updated bathrooms, big dining room, spacious living/lounging room plus a kitchen for preparing meals for guests. Screened in south facing porch for relaxing while listening to the fountains. There are front and back decks so you can catch both the sunrise and the sunset in this peaceful setting. A hot tub room for warming up after those long days out hunting as this hotel sits within some of the best hunting areas in Colorado. Some of the guests return year after year. Whether the guests are hunters, rafters, wild horse enthusiasts, campers or just explorers, there never seems to be a shortage of patrons. Browns Park and Dinosaur National Monument are just a short drive away.
Along with all the hotel has to offer, there is also a separate 1,200 square foot attached private residence behind the hotel that was built in 2007 which has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bed and bath are both huge! Nice open living/dining room with a good-sized entertaining kitchen. There is so much more to this property and so many different ways to take this business.