Hello, we’re Cassandra & Rob Roof! The Acme Guesthouse is owned and operated by the Roof family and is located in downtown Silverton, CO. The Acme Guesthouse accommodates 5+ people nightly or by the week. We look forward to hosting you for years and years to come; offering you inviting, private, clean and comfortable accommodations whenever you travel to Silverton. We’re located on the edge of the bustling business district on the main drag, Greene St.
Silverton is designated a National Historic Landmark. Silverton is also home to one of the most awesome and unique ski areas in the world, Silverton Mountain. Within a six block radius of the Acme Guesthouse, you’ll walk to coffee shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, shopping, museums, an original Carnegie Library, churches, mmj facilities, jeep-atv- and-bike rentals, scenic walking and backcountry tours and more. In the San Juan Mountains at 9,318 feet, you’re never far from the great outdoors, as jagged 13,000 peaks loom in all directions.
The Acme Guesthouse is accessed from Greene St., Silverton’s “main street,” and only paved road. Parking is directly in front of the entrance. Larger vehicles with trailers can park nearby on side-streets, or parallel in the winter. For guests without a vehicle, shuttle services can be arranged, or jeeps rented in the non-snowy months.
The Guesthouse has a sunroom that catches the first morning sun. Beyond is the spacious living/dining area, with comfortable lounging furniture, plenty of reading material, satellite TV and Wi-Fi. Our kitchen has been recently installed and includes all neccesary kitchen tools and appliances. The guesthouse has one bathroom with a tub/shower. There are 2 bedrooms in the Guesthouse a single queen room and a room with a queen and a twin.
Please contact us if you have any questions about the Acme Guesthouse.
Many years ago while taking a month-long bicycle tour from Flagstaff, AZ to Iowa City, IA, we rode through the majestic San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado. Years passed, we married, graduated from college and had a kid. Seeking new opportunities, Rob convinced Cassandra to pull up stakes in Flagstaff, and move to Silverton! With no job prospects, and a months rent paid, we embarked on the journey that's led to Acme Guesthouse! Cassandra has managed the busiest lodging facility in Silverton for the last five years, and is now working on her MBA. Rob guides and patrols at the world-renowned Silverton Mountain Ski Area in the winter, and on the Colorado Trail with Colorado Mountain Expeditions in the summer. We both love to be outside as much as possible, getting after it!
We love visiting Silverton once or twice a year with our children. We go there to take our kids skiing at the super family friendly ski hill at Kendall Mtn. and for the awesome fourth of July celebrations in the summer. This has been our very favorite place to stay thus far. We love that there is plenty of space for us to spread out and the place is kept super cozy. The beds are very comfy and every thing is super clean. The owners take care of our every need. We love this place! We definitely will not stay anywhere else!
Just got back from staying at the Acme Guesthouse and skiing Silverton Mtn for a few days. There were three of us and the guesthouse was large enough for all of us, had good amenities, and is walking distance to food/drinks in town. The owners were great and available if needed. I've stayed at the hotels in town before, this was much better!
We stayed at the Acme Guesthouse before taking off for a three day bike ride. The accommodations were great. While our friends were stuck in a tiny hotel room, we had room to stretch out and relax. And the owners were right there to take care of anything that we needed. We would stay there again and our friends that saw where we were staying said they would come back and stay there instead of the hotel.
I stayed at the Acme Guesthouse with 2 friends for an avalanche class at Silverton Avalanche School. It was very comfortable, and we enjoyed the convenience of being able to walk down the street to get dinner and drinks. We were there during an exceptionally cold period (temps down to -30 deg!) but we never had any issues. There was more than enough room for 3 people and all of our ski gear. I would recommend the Acme Guesthouse to anyone traveling to Silverton any time of the year. Thanks Cassandra and Rob!!
I appreciate that the location is close to downtown and I was within walking distance to coffee shops, cocktails and yummy food! Hiking the San Juan Mountains in the fall was breathtaking. This place provides a nice warm place to come back to after a great day playing outside. The comfort and cleanliness was a notable feature of the Acme. Thanks to the owners! I definitely recommend staying.
I hiked the Colorado Trail this year and popped into Silverton, Colorado looking for somewhere to stay. I stayed one night at the Acme guesthouse and enjoyed the hospitality and friendliness I received.
Very comfortable and cosy. Like home.
If you are in the area, please check it out. You will not be disappointed!
The Acme Guesthouse is located downtown on the main drag of Silverton, CO – designated a National Historic Landmark – near coffee shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, shopping, museums, jeep rentals and tours. Nestled in the San Juan Mountains at 9318 feet, you’re never far from the great outdoors in Silverton; with numerous 13,000+ peaks looming in all directions. Silverton is home to the world-renowned Silverton Mountain Ski Area, which offers backcountry-style skiing and snowboarding, as well as helicoptor skiing. Extreme skiing not your thing? Silverton also boasts its own little ski hill, Kendall Mountain, 6 blocks away from the Acme Guesthouse. There's no better place to learn to ski, or to rip a bunch of runs with the whole family. Ultra-runners come to Silverton to partake in the Hardrock 100, as well as numerous other challenging running events throughout the summer. History buffs will enjoy Silverton's mining heritage. You'll step back in time as you walk the streets of silverton, visit the museums or historic tours, or take a ride on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Guage Railroad. Silverton is a funky mountain town, with a strong mining heritage. There's no better basecamp for the outdoor enthusiast than Silverton. Hiking, fishing, skiing, biking, jeeping, atv-ing, climbing and exploring are right out the front door of the Acme Guesthouse!
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1 night minimum stay
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2 half price Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Train tickets with a week or longer stay in May or June. Limited coupons available. Coupons must be present at ticket office to purchase. Coupons available with fully paid reservation.
Must call or email with credit card information to confirm reservation. Taxes not included.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.