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Susan Wentworth

Susan raised her children Justin, Erica, and Alex at the lodge. She has continued to operate the Lodge as a Bed and Breakfast since the mid-eighties. The Lodge has seen many changes, including a complete renovation during the early 2000’s. Many historic buildings are disappearing from Summit County and Colorado; Susan and the lodge staff take pride in preserving this piece of Frisco history. Skiing, hiking, biking, sailing, and meeting people from all over the world are just a few reasons Susan loves owning and managing the lodge. “I had an opportunity to come back to the mountains in 1980 and I took it!” she states, “Each day is another day in paradise.”

Kristin Keller

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Our General Manager Kristin hails from the great city of Chicago, did her undergrad at Iowa State, and is working on her Masters with Cornell University. After college, she moved out to Summit County and hasn't looked back, and that was over a decade ago. Spending most of her working career in hospitality, she's been in many different fields from restaurants, timeshare, property management, opening a hotel, and now has settled in nicely at the Frisco Lodge Bed and Breakfast. She is a big outdoor enthusiast and would sleep under the stars every night if she could. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time on the mountain snowboarding, hiking, finding a good place to read and relax. In the summertime, she spends as much time on the chilly Colorado water that she can either in a kayak or on the paddleboard. She and her boyfriend have the cutest baby pug around named Penny. You most likely will see her playing or napping in the back of the Lodge. She is a big adventure pug and fits in with their family very well, especially when we take her out on the paddleboard! Kristin loves this state and is very passionate about what it has to offer, and learning about new cool places her guests explore. Make sure to share great ideas, as she is always looking for the next great escape, especially if it is camping when she is off. Get to know our General Manager with her top 30 things

Ashley Hoppe

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I have been working at the Frisco Lodge for two magical years and have many fond memories of my former and returning guests. Each of you brings a colorful energy during your stay and I absolutely love hearing your stories during happy hour. I feel like my cup is filled every day with your positive outlook. It's especially fun to see returning guests for my third winter here in Summit County, Colorado. I enjoy building relationships with all of you and hope to see you this holiday season! Click here to find out my top 30 things.

What people are saying...

"Love the frisco lodge! The service is amazing. The homemade breakfasts and yummy lattes are the perfect way to start the day. After a day on the slopes, coming back to homemade soup and snacks with wine complete the day."
leah j
cleveland

"This is our second stay at the Frisco Lodge during our annual ski trip. It is a wonderful place to stay; it is warm, welcoming and comfortable."
Annelle P
Mokena, Illinois

Our Favorite! We've been staying here for the past 4 or 5 years for our annual Copper Mountain ski trip. I want to echo the previous reviews regarding the great food, friendly staff and cleanliness.
Evan
Durango Colorado

"After 3 weeks on the road, this is the best. The place to stay. Charming!! Thank you."
John and Debbie Steel
Plymouth, England

"Another wonderful stay! Great staff, good food, very relaxing. Thanks…we will be back!"
John and Nancy Wench
Ballwen, MO

“If you're looking for character and comfort, Frisco Lodge is for you… Rooms are comfortable, cozy, clean and have a lot of charm.” 
Cindy
Boulder, Colorado

"A special treat and a wonderful place to stay with fabulous, friendly service. Thank you!"
Robin Diehl

To view more testimonials check out our Trip Advisor Page.

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