Located in the scenic mountain town of Beulah, Colorado (pop. 1,500), near the San Isabel National Forest, the Beulah Inn includes a landmark restaurant and bar, as well as 3 rental cabins, creating a unique turnkey business opportunity catering to both locals and a steady stream of tourists. Built in 1940, the inn has been a much-loved community eatery and gathering place, up until its closure at the start of the Covid pandemic. Improvements The 55-seat restaurant and bar has everything a new owner will need for a re-launch: booths, seating, a fully functional restaurant kitchen, a spacious pantry with several freezers, a large walk-in refrigerator, a smoker, and the inn’s historic hardwood bar, featuring the cattle brands of local ranches that were operating in the business’s early days. The sellers can even provide existing menus and leads on potential cooks and wait staff. Outside on the 0.77-acre property, there’s a newly built patio seating area with three tables and room for more. An open area behind the inn could potentially offer more seating, or be put to use as a beer garden or venue for weddings, concerts, reunions, and other events. The inn also has a covered front porch, and a paved parking area on the west side of the property. The property’s 3 cabins are each approximately 500 sf; all have hardwood floors and historic charm. Cabins 1 and 2 each have 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and a living room that could double as additional sleeping space. Cabin 3 is one large room (no bathroom) that can serve as overflow space or as a common gathering area for guests. Cabin guests can use a separate entrance on the property’s east side, away from the inn. Utilities: San Isabel Electric (power); Beulahland Communications (phone, cable, internet); Beulah Water Works. The property uses propane, rather than natural gas, and the inn is heated exclusively by wood heat. Location The Beulah Inn is approximately 25 miles west of Pueblo, and 70 miles from the Colorado Springs airport. It’s located inside Colorado GMU 84, known for its exceptional elk, deer, and turkey hunting.