Meet Kay

A resident of the Roaring Fork Valley for almost forty years, I invite you to experience Euclid House Bed & Breakfast and all that our extraordinary valley has to offer. In addition to serving as the inn keeper of Euclid House, I enjoy hiking, horseback riding, gardening, and riding my “townie” bike around town. One of my greatest joys has been getting to know my guests and helping them to feel welcome in my home. I try to make your stay relaxing and comfortable from the moment you arrive. As an owner-occupied property, I am on site to assist in making your stay memorable.

& Larry

Larry is Kay’s husband and has also lived in the Roaring Fork Valley since 1969. A physicist, musician, author, public speaker, and IT consultant, Larry will be your host and concierge side by side with Kay. With our Carriage House now completed, (located in the back yard of Euclid House Bed & Breakfast) Larry and Kay will reside onsite and offer their hospitality to make your visit memorable.

Located in the very heart of downtown Carbondale, Euclid House Bed & Breakfast brings you a warm, cozy atmosphere to enhance your visit to Colorado.

Several seating areas for visiting with family or friends, lovely gardens to explore, and footsteps from Main Street, Euclid House invites you to get to know Carbondale from our convenient location.

We have partnered with Nikken, Inc., (a Japanese research and design company) to bring health and wellness products to households and businesses seeking a healthier environment for naturally restorative living. Euclid House Bed & Breakfast is a premier Nikken Wellness Home, featuring purifying air filtration, full-spectrum lighting, naturally magnetized beds, and advanced water filtration – all proven to rejuvenate, restore and refresh the body and soul. More information about these products will be provided at your request only OR visit

A few years ago, Euclid House was featured in an article in New York Magazine.
They described us like this:

“Here, you’ll still find homey décor touches like a wood-burning stove and paintings by plantation-born folk artist Clementine Hunter, but the house also has surprising modern details like an advanced air-and-water-filtration system from the Japanese wellness firm Nikken.”