Great food and an inviting atmosphere make The Inn at Montrose the place to be after a day of exploring the trails and attractions of the Endless Mountains.
In 1812, Isaac P. Foster built a home on South Main Street with his tannery in the back. Soon after, the house became the Keeler Hotel. The basement was the site of the first jail in Montrose, termed “confinement for breakers of the public peace.” The original hotel burned down in 1918 and was rebuilt in 1929. Today, the historic building serves at The Inn at Montrose, a hotel, restaurant, and pub in the heart of town.
The Inn Pub
“Friends, Food, and Fun” is the adage at The Inn at Montrose. Visit their on-site restaurant for lunch, dinner, and drinks. The pub offers an American menu with a variety of appetizers, sandwiches, salads, wings, steaks, seafood, and desserts.
The Inn at Montrose offers rooms complete with amenities like microwaves, refrigerators, flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and more. The inn is within walking distance to downtown Montrose’s shops and attractions.
The Inn Gym
The Inn at Montrose also offers a 24/7 fob-access fitness facility. The gym is over 2,000 square feet and features over 30 pieces of Precor equipment, including cardio machines, strength training equipment, free weights, and more.