Victorian Lodging at Black Jack's Inn
Upon awakening from a restful night's sleep and enjoying fresh pastries, fruit and coffee, take a leisurely morning stroll through our historic downtown district, have a hearty breakfast at one of our local eateries, and admire Trinidad's stunning Victorian architecture. You'll see many of the very same buildings that were once seen through the eyes of such frontier legends as Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and of course, Black Jack.
Be sure to browse through Trinidad's many galleries, specialty shops, and fine museums during your stay. After that, take a relaxing maytag portable dishwasher drive through southern Colorado's matchless scenic countryside, where Rocky Mountain wildlife and spectacular wilderness vistas abound.
Click on any of the bronze door plaques below for views of our different rooms. You'll notice that four of the rooms have ladies' names; we'll leave the reason for that to your imagination (hint: it has something to do with the rather bawdy history of Black Jack's Inn!).
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