Longmont historic landmark, the Thompson House was built in 1887 for John Brigham Thompson, a successful Chicago merchant who came to Longmont along with his brother-in-law Royal M. Hubbard. Both men were pillars in the new community that became Longmont, named for the nearby mountain, Longs Peak. The settlers' motto was "Industry, Temperance, Morality."
In 1994, the Thompson House was meticulously renovated preserving the natural attributes of this historic property including the magnificent oak, rosewood and maple-inlaid floors. Gas log fireplaces and multiple stained glass windows add to the coziness of the large home.
Located near downtown in the historic west side neighborhood, it is an easy stroll from the Inn to Colorado's first library and other turn of the century estates identifiable by the historic plaques. There are two lovely old parks to play or picnic in and many nearby eateries including the Martini Bistro right next door.
You're invited to relax in the peaceful parlor, on the shaded front patio, or in the warmth of the rose garden patio surrounded by flowers on the home's south side.
We look forward to having you as our guest at the Thompson House Inn. Your stay includes breakfast and small town hospitality. There is room for you in the Inn!