Photos: © Glen Eyrie Castle

Glen Eyrie Castle, Colorado

 

Glen Eyrie Castle, Colorado is a conference center and hotel in Colorado Springs operated by The Navigators. The impressive castle, set on 700 acres, is open to the public by way of; tours, afternoon teas, lodging and through venues for weddings and other events.

From the Glen Eyrie Castle website

'Nestled on over 700 breathtaking acres with 95 lodging rooms, Glen Eyrie’s stunning beauty and rich spiritual heritage create a place where, for a few sacred moments, guests can set aside their troubles and catch their breath. The Glen Eyrie staff ministers by thoughtfully creating experiences which set the stage for all to discover, explore, and be transformed. Whether guests come with a group for a retreat, individually for a program or conference, or for historical Teas, Tours, or overnight stays, Glen Eyrie serves as a sanctuary and safe haven of transformation and inspiration.

As the conference and camping ministry of The Navigators, The Glen Eyrie Group is comprised of Glen Eyrie and Eagle Lake Camps. Built upon the unique intersection of natural, historical, and spiritual heritages, the Glen Eyrie Group promises to stay true to our Navigator calling by purposefully and thoughtfully ministering to guests through Christ-centered service excellence and innovative programming.'

 

 

Contact Glen Eyrie Castle

WEBSITE

 

3820 North 30th Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

reservations@gleneyrie.org

Reservations Number: 719-265-7050

To respect every guest experience, Glen Eyrie is an alcohol and marijuana free property.

 

 

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