The Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad reached Como in 1879. Because Como was an important center for the Railroad, the Como Depot and Gilman Hotel were built around the same time on this site. In 1882 the hotel was extended into a much larger structure and was renamed the Pacific Hotel. After the Pacific Hotel burned to the ground, the current Eating House was built in 1897 as a replacement. Four bed & breakfast rooms are currently available from $69 to $99 per night and three meals are served daily in the Eating House.
This bed & breakfast inn borders the ranch that Foster Cline Sr. established in 1928 while serving as Denver’s District Attorney. The ranch is now part of a unique public program that allows fly-fishing (only) access on private ranches for a daily rod fee.
17 6th St.
P.O. Box 109
Como, Colorado 80432
Phone and Fax: 719-836-2594
From Denver, travel 70 miles southwest on US Highway 285. Turn right on County Road 33 (Boreas Pass Road) and proceed about a mile. The Como Depot B&B sits by itself on the northeast edge of Como.