Lodging Options in and near Marble, Colorado
The Inn at Raspberry Ridge offers a variety of accommodations within walking distance of the Symposium grounds. The all-new Raspberry Cafe, located at the Inn, will be open from 8 am-2 pm daily serving breakfast burritos, salads, coffee drinks, and baked goods.
Beaver Lake Lodge 970-963-2504 This place is very popular with sculptors. Cabins or private rooms. Owners, Larry and Karen Good, will be glad to match you with a cabin-mate to keep costs down. It’s a scenic, quaint place in the heart of Marble, about a mile from the Symposium and an easy walk to the lake and Slow Groovin’ restaurant.
Yule Creek Lodge The mission of the Yule Creek Lodge is to provide friends and family with a place to gather and enjoy the abundant pleasure of the mountains. Located about a half mile up the Quarry road on 53 acres, mostly bordering the National Forest, the lodge has a welcoming feel with the comforts of home. Symposium participants enjoy a 10% discount. YULE love this place!
Mary Ellen’s House – across the street from the Marble Gallery and a short walk to MARBLEmarble – 970-963-1648.
The Larkin House Gary Bascom: phone: 970-963-1318. 2 bedroom, 1 bath + detached Gazebo for additional guests. (2 queen, 1 full, 1 bath in Gazebo + room for additional air beds or sleeping bags) 8 maximum people at one time. RV can be accommodated for parking and power, no waste dumping. Rent: $125/night for 2 occupants. $25/night/person for additional people. Satellite TV and WIFI will be available. See VRBO link for images and details.
Slate River Cottage This beautiful, new, mountain resort cottage is located in the historic resort town of Marble, Colorado with stunning, forest and river valley surroundings. Enjoy being snuggled in the forest with the relaxing sound
of the creek, yet within walking distance to all the town happenings. Less than a mile away you can experience Marble’s Beaver lake setting and activities. Enjoy the wild life, glorious sunsets, star
The Marble Villa is the perfect family get-a-way house. Relax and take in the great mountain views. It can accommodate 10 people and has plenty of room for sleeping bags. The home features over 3,000 square feet including one full bath on the main floor, one three-quarters bath in the basement, kitchen with a dishwasher, large refrigerator w/ice maker, electric range, oven, gas grill, satellite TV, wi-fi, large washer and dryer, sun deck and plenty of parking. It is adjacent to the M/m Carving Symposium, and the Historic Mill site. Walk to town. $385.00 per night—3 night minimum; Contact Mario and Christy Villalobos 970-963-7117 620 West Park Street, Marble , CO 81623; email: email@example.com
Chair Mountain Ranch 970-963-9522 near the start of the Marble Road. Very nice accommodations in the valley, and an easy drive.
McClure House 970-963-1020 on Rt. 133 just before the Marble turnoff. Really wonderful accommodations with warm hosts and all you could wish of a B&B. See their VRBO page.
Crystal River Villas The pristine and remote location of the Crystal River Valley is home to the historical gem known as the “Ruby of the Rockies”, Redstone, Colorado. Named for the enchanting Redstone Cliffs that loom above the iconic “Boulevard”, this charming town is reminiscent of the West described in history books. Centrally located on the Boulevard, savvy visitors find the Crystal River Villas to be the perfect blend of riverfront tranquility and modern convenience. Each villa offers stocked kitchenette and unique sleeping arrangements perfect for stays of all lengths. In its 100 year history, Redstone has been called heaven by hunters, moguls, kayakers, socialites, hikers, shoppers, cowboys, miners, climbers and naturalists alike. We invite you to enjoy what many feel is Pitkin County’s best year-round secret hideaway and a real “gem” of Colorado’s High Country. 215 Redstone Blvd, Redstone, CO 81623 www.facebook.com/crystalrivervillas
Redstone Cliffs Lodge 970-963-2691 A riverfront property located on the Redstone Boulevard just a short walk from the RedstoneInn, next to the Crystal Cafe. Each unit has a fridge, microwave and coffee maker, and suite units have a full kitchen.Enjoy a riverside hot tub, fire pit, outside gas and wood grills, and games on a beautiful riverfront lawn. See website for photos of all 12 units: www.redstonecliffs.com.
(FKA Meri Daes) A nice campground in downtown Marble with good showers and power available. On the Crystal River. Walk to Slow Groovin’ BBQ. Marble participants will receive a 10% discount. Contact Amber at the Marble Hub or by calling Reservations at 970-963-7300 for more information.
7600-foot elevation. 37 campsites on the Crystal River. Group site can accomodate up to 50 people. Location: From Carbondale, take Highway 133 south for 20 miles. Turn left & go south on Gunnison County Road three about 1.5 miles.
620 Main Street PO Box 309
Carbondale, CO 81623
Phone : (970) 963-2266