Wake and bake your way through these Southwest Colorado bud and breakfasts

by Amanda Push

One of the best parts of taking a trip somewhere is the chance to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of routine. As good citizens of the green state of Colorado, I think, or at least HOPE, we can all agree that one of the best ways to relax is by smoking doobies. That’s right – we’re taking a hard stance.

However, one of the bummers of staying somewhere other than your humble abode is that a lot of businesses don’t want you toking up in their establishments. Well friends, fear no more. The following are a few 420 friendly places to stay in southern and western Colorado, should you find yourself needing respite from being on the road and from being sober.

Please, please, please remember to always ask about the property owner’s policy on smoking and vaping before lighting up.


Wilderness Bud and Breakfast

Location: Pagosa Springs, CO

If you’re a stoner on the road but you’re more about that camping-out life than staying at a hotel, it’s time to find your way to Wilderness Bud and Breakfast. With some breathtaking mountain views, Wilderness Bud and Breakfast offers teepee and tent sites along the banks of the Rio Blanco. During your stay, you can enjoy amenities such as a continental breakfast, a 420 happy hour, and a campfire area you share with fellow campers. Cannabis use is permitted in the teepees and throughout the campground. The camping season for Wilderness Bud and Breakfast starts in mid-May and goes through September.


Ouray Main Street Inn

Location: Ouray, CO

If you’ve never ventured to the mountain haven that is Ouray, stop what you’re doing and immediately start driving there. Not only is this beautiful mountain town full of breweries, shops, and outdoor activities, but it has a 420 friendly inn! There are eight rooms, each with mountain views you’re looking for here in Colorado and the inn is just one block from downtown Ouray. Find yourself in the Outlaw Room, Miner’s Cabin, Box Canyon Suite, or one of the other many rooms. Our only complaint is that the Mustang Room does not come with a mustang, neither in the horse or sports car variety. Pot smoking is allowed inside with a Smoke Buddy or a different air filter approved by inn staff. You can either bring your own Smoke Buddy, or you can purchase/borrow one from the inn.

Amazon Acres on the River

Location: Durango, CO

This two-bedroom cottage exists on a 10-acre farm outside of Durango. Not only do the owners grow cannabis, but they raise friggin’ kunekune pigs (if you don’t know what those are, please Google immediately). The property is also equipped with a private backyard and access to a five-acre riverfront park. The owners of this bud and breakfast ask that you please only smoke or vape outside the house and do not feed their animals, no matter how cute they may be.

Celestial Rose Bed + BreakfastLocation: Grand Junction, CO

Celestial Rose in Grand Junction is alllllll about making sure your 420 friendly accommodations are top-notch and isn’t afraid to let you know. We gotta say – this might be one of the prettiest houses we’ve laid eyes on, 420 friendly or otherwise. This gorgeous historic property is a far cry from what comes to mind when you think of 420 friendly accommodations. Classy and dreamy, the property is a mere 10 to 20 minute drive to a few local dispensaries. Guests can choose between two rooms, the Luna or the Apollo room. Not to worry though, both are equipped with breathtaking views.

Amanda Push


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