Because of concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19, we have canceled all public teas until further notice.
Because of concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19, we have canceled all public tours until further notice.
Take a break, meet a friend, or enjoy lunch at our bookstore and coffee shop.
Spend the night at Glen Eyrie!
“Our visit was such a wonderful spiritual experience. The setting was amazing and everyone was so friendly and helpful”
“We appreciate the beauty and peacefulness of Glen Eyrie, and we are always made to feel so welcome. Thank you for the care you provide to all of your guests.”
“Beautiful and wonderful as always.”
“The aesthetic beautiful surroundings combined with the peaceful tranquility was captivating. Closest experience to Royalty I’ve ever experienced. We will be back!”
“The atmosphere was phenomenal. The house and grounds were just amazingly beautiful. All staff members are very courteous and attentive. I highly recommend Glen Eyrie. I loved my short stay there.”
“This was my first trip to Colorado. We visited three different areas of Colorado, but Glen Eyrie was by far my favorite place, as well as the most beautiful! Cannot wait to come back!”
“The stay was wonderful. Excellent service. Place is so beautiful and peaceful.”
“Everything about the Glen is top drawer: the accommodations, staff, and the entire property. As a pastor the Glen provides a much needed break in an atmosphere that promotes spiritual refreshment and renewal.”
“The experience was probably one of the highlights of my life. The tranquility of the surroundings, the kindness, and attentiveness [of the staff] is beyond reproach. The servers were outstanding and accommodating. I brought my family here last week after experiencing Sunday tea with a dear friend. They were in awe and thoroughly enjoyed not only the tea but the beautiful grounds, bookstore, etc. Magnificent, caring space, hidden away from the turmoil of the crazy world. Thank you, we will return in the fall and the winter for tea time. Treasuring the memories!”
“Quite the historic gem! This property is a prime piece of real estate! General Palmer was wise to build his home here when he settled in Colorado Springs. Take advantage of their Tea served in The Castle and the tour that goes along with it. If you’re lucky, you may see a herd of Bighorn sheep on the mountains surrounding the castle. A true historical treasure in the Pikes Peak region. Don’t miss it.”
“Everything was so fun and interesting – the tour was great and learning about the history of Colorado Springs and Glen Eyrie – fantastic. The tea was totally amazing and the food was absolutely mouthwatering (we will be back) – loved every minute of it.”