Cliff’s Edge Inn is located near the western edge of the main street running through the historic towns of Silver Cliff and Westcliffe. The Inn building was originally the train station for the narrow gauge railroad from 1880 – 1890, and in 1901 became a boarding house for the section workers - the men assigned to maintain the rails in the valley section of the rail line.  The Inn building has been inhabited and expanded over the years by the founding families of Westcliffe, CO.

 Welcome to our Inn.  

Welcome to our Inn.

Reservations, Rates, and Policies

Reservations may be made by phone at 719-783-3585, or by email at A credit card will confirm your reservation immediately, as will the receipt of a check within three business days.

We will ask for a 50% deposit to confirm your stay, or the first night’s lodging for stays of two nights or less.  A 100% deposit is required for holiday weekends, festival weekends and rooms blocked for special events such as weddings.  We accept cash, Visa and Mastercard. 


Rooms are $130/night + tax for two nights; $120/night + tax for three or more nights.  Single night room rate is $150/night+ tax.  Special weekly rates are available.  We also provide discounted rates if you rent all three rooms.

The Arlayne and Annie Rooms are available as a suite for $250/night + tax; $230/night + tax for two nights; $210/night + tax for three or more nights. Special weekly rates are also available.

Cancellation Policy

We have a seven day cancellation policy prior to arrival date, and a fourteen day cancellation policy for holidays, festival weekends, and special events.  However, you will not be charged if we are able to rent your room for your booked dates.


Detailed directions to find our Inn are available HERE.


Free wifi is available in the guest rooms and throughout the Inn. We are a smoke free facility. The tranquil environment of the inn is not conducive to young children or guest pets. We have two family dogs (miniature Australian shepherds Aussie and Lyza Jane) on the property, who are not allowed in guest rooms.


Things to do in Westcliffe

The many options for activities and adventures in the area.

The town offers restaurants, local bars, shopping, and cultural activities. Within a half an hour drive of the Inn are a variety of hiking and other wilderness activities.

For more information about activities in Custer County, please see the Tourism Website, Where The West Still Lives.

The town is also host to a thriving outdoor music scene. During the summers, a lovely outdoor amphitheater offers events on a weekly basis, less than three minutes walk from the Inn's front door.

About the Innkeepers

Cathy Snow and Jeri Dwyer are friends and former neighbors. They have moved to Westcliffe from Littleton, Colorado. As business partners in the Inn, they are excited to become part of the Westcliffe community and follow in former owners Bob and Kathy Seei’s tradition of creating a welcoming environment and providing a wonderful experience for guests. 

Cathy has been a small business owner in Colorado for over 30 years. She is an avid gardener and is known in her former community for her leadership, property management skills, and the hosting of innovative neighborhood events. (For example, when a neighbor claimed there was no way kale could be made edible, Cathy took it as a challenge and created a seven-course meal of all kale dishes, to which 35 neighbors showed up!) Cathy’s daughter, son-in-law, and two grandchildren live in the Denver metro area.

Cathy and her granddaughter, Maya, in the Cliff's Edge kitchen

Originally from a small farm town in Minnesota, Jeri is excited to experience a small town again – this time with lots of sunshine, beautiful mountain views, and a home half a block from the library. She recently left her position as outreach director at a large suburban church where she was responsible for helping church members serve in the community, and creating and leading new programs and classes.  Jeri has two young adult daughters, one in the Denver metro area and one in Ireland.

Jeri and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at dawn