The Midland room has tone on tone walls, rich hard wood floors and is furnished with a King sized bed red and tan floral bedding. Under the bed to warm your feet a Turkish rug. Two vintage chairs elegantly frame the romantic wood carved corner mantle. The warmth of the electric fireplace flickers. In the middle of the room hangs an antique brass chandelier. A side table holds wine glasses and snacks. The windows present wonderful views of the city-scape on the mountain side views looking out over the front lawn and gardens of the inn while the other windows offer views of the historic library lawn and gardens.
The bath is large and en-suite. It is open and airy with a claw-foot tub for your relaxation. The tub has a shower. A Brass chandelier hangs over the pedestal sink. The large window lets in natural light. On the back of the bathroom door the robes are hanging. Refillable pumps with Star fruit Mango lotion, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash created by Salus are provided.
Midland Avenue, just a couple streets behind the B&B, in Manitou Springs is where the old Midland train station stood in 1887. The Avenue Hotel B and B was built one year earlier in 1886, and the Midland Room is aptly named because it reflects the aura of a by-gone era.