Welcome to New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment! As one of the newest states of the U.S. (admitted in 1912), New Mexico has a fascinating and deeply spiritual history.
Experience Iconic Santa Fe style and comfort at our #1 ranked B&B! Located on an acre of lush terraced gardens, our Santa Fe bed and breakfast is minutes away from the historic Santa Fe plaza, and superb dining, shopping, art galleries, music, opera, hiking and skiing. Come explore, relax, and rejuvenate under towering pines with views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, at our rambling adobe estate, once home to Witter Bynner, American poet, writer and scholar. Our historic estate has 9 guest rooms offering cozy beds, complimentary Wi-Fi, luxury robes and linens, private baths, DirecTV, and some feature kiva fireplaces, private balconies, and claw-foot tubs. Enjoy a full gourmet breakfast each morning, included in your stay, house baked treats & fresh fruit, afternoon tea, and a Twilight wine reception on Fridays and Saturdays. Our location, beautiful grounds, Iconic adobe estate, attention to detail, and friendly service sets us apart as one of the best ways to experience Iconic Santa Fe. Exceptional lodging and honeymoon experiences await.
The Bottger Mansion is in the heart of historic Old Town Albuquerque, so close that you can see the Plaza from our front gate. We are Within walking distance of restaurants, shopping, galleries, museums and parks. Our home is less than a mile from the Albuquerque Botanic Garden, Zoo, downtown Convention Center, theaters, and nightlife on Central Avenue–Old Route 66. 10 minutes to the airport. Enjoy comfortable rooms, modern amenities and original architectural details in our 1910 home. A room includes delicious full breakfast, free parking and WiFi, private baths, phones, cable TV, individual heat and A/C, complimentary snacks and beverages, shady yard full of trees, birds and fountains.
Dramatically perched on a mesa top overlooking Abiquiú Lake, this brand new, elegant, high-end bed and breakfast offers a luxury experience in a location surrounded by beauty, quiet and stillness. This is not your typical B&B – it is an adults-only experience, a feast for the senses in a sublime location. Modern luxuries and sophisticated services blend with authentic architecture and inspired design. There are three luxurious guest rooms in the Inn, each with a king-sized bed, private entrance, ensuite bath with oversized showers, cable TV and WIFI, and private outdoor portals (patios) with lounge seating and chimineas. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast each morning, along with speciality coffees, before you head out to discover Abiquiu. Allow us to show you the magic of northern New Mexico. It's right outside our door.
Four Kachinas Inn is located in the charming, downtown historic area of Santa Fe, New Mexico. We are near the capitol - secluded, yet easy to find, and within walking distance of numerous galleries, shops, restaurants, and historical sites. To fulfill our mission of providing our guests with an experience of relaxation and rejuvenation while allowing whatever level of interaction with the outside world you desire, we have created six unique guest rooms with private baths, king and queen beds, and full breakfasts.
The Historic Adobe & Pines Inn Bed & Breakfast, located in Taos, New Mexico, is perfect for romantic couples and honeymoons, but also girlfriends getaways. Come and experience a romantic getaway in a luxurious and soothing setting, surrounded by historical sites. The 80 foot long Grand Portal stretches the expanse of the main entry and is an inviting place to sit and talk and enjoy the peaceful splendor of the Taos sunrise or sunset. The most evident of the historic 1830 'preserved architectural elements' is the low overhang entrance to the grand portal and the short door to the lobby. Choose our Most Romantic Taos Bed and Breakfast Inn to stargaze on a private deck or relax in an over-sized sumptuous bath with a second fireplace, soaking tub and private sauna. Each room is unique with its own special charm. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast overlooking a flower-filled courtyard.
El Farolito Bed & Breakfast Inn, a Select Registry property, is located in the charming, downtown historic area of Santa Fe, NM. We are near the capital – secluded yet easy-to-find and within walking distance of numerous galleries, shops, restaurants and historical sites. One of Santa Fe’s finest bed and breakfast inns – El Farolito has eight romantic rooms tastefully decorated in true Santa Fe style. The bed and breakfast is located in the historic district and a short walk to downtown shops, galleries and restaurants. Santa Fe offers everything from world-class restaurants, historical sites, art galleries, museums and outdoor activities including skiing, hiking, fishing and vast public lands to explore. Adding to your enjoyment is a mild climate and sunny skies atop a mountain backdrop of lushly forested lands. Santa Fe offers something for everyone! See adobe architecture, enjoy art on every corner with an abundance of museums, galleries and festivals, see music, theatre, dance and opera, see the rodeo, or enjoy an afternoon of eclectic shopping. Whatever your pleasure, you’re sure to find it in Santa Fe and we look forward to hosting you at El Farolito Bed and Breakfast Inn or our sister six room bed and breakfast inn, the Four Kachinas Inn.
Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains near Cimarron, New Mexico is the historic inn Casa del Gavilan. A place of spirit--where hawk and eagle soar--this grand adobe villa was built 1910-1912 for Jack and Gertrude Nairn, formerly of Hartford, Connecticut. When completed, artists and writers from far and wide came to enjoy the Nairns' elegant hospitality and to capture the majestic beauty that is New Mexico. With twelve-foot high ceilings, vigas, and eighteen-inch thick walls, Casa del Gavilan (House of the Hawk) is a showplace of early Pueblo-revival architecture featuring artwork and sculptures by Frederick Remington, Charles Russell, Robert Redbird, and others. Surrounded by Philmont Scout Ranch, and a mile from Philmont's base camp, the Casa del Gavilan offers exceptional views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, hiking trails, and the peace and tranquility so rare these days. All guest rooms have private baths, and a full breakfast is served daily.
This Albuquerque, NM bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in New Mexico. Enjoy a hot breakfast, complimentary high-speed internet, and cable television. Our bnb in Albuquerque provides coffee makers, private bathrooms, ethernet jacks in all rooms (cords not provided), and bathroom amenities created locally without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next deligthful escape in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
This Santa Fe, NM bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in New Mexico. Soak up some of our abundant Santa Fe sunshine in the garden, and when the sun goes down, relax in front of a warming fire. Your downstairs living space includes soft leather chairs, a handsome trastero, along with local art and decor. A recently added kitchenette includes a refrigerator, microwave and two burner stove and all you need for basic cooking. Book your stay today!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
This Albuquerque, NM bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in New Mexico. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast,The common rooms allow space to conduct business, meet friends, and plan the day’s itinerary. Mornings, with our delectable full breakfast, and evenings, with complimentary treats and beverages; give travelers a chance to meet and socialize. The mood is always friendly. The Mauger Estate B&B provides personal service that is not often found in most of today’s hotels and motels. The bed and breakfast experience gives you a chance to stay in a room that has a unique elegance and special charm. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The George Walker House is a 100 year old house that boasts two comfortable bedrooms, a dining room, a living room with a constantly-growing library of regional books, videotapes, field guides, and maps, a bathroom with shower and tub, a well-equipped kitchen stocked with coffee, tea, breakfast cereal, muffins, and juice, and a laundry room with washer and dryer. There is also a screened-in front porch, and a shady patio area with picnic table and a barbecue grill. The yard is completely fenced.
Welcome to the Antlers on the Creek located just outside scenic Durango, Colorado, Antlers on the Creek Bed & Breakfast is a year-round hideaway with luxurious lodging accommodations. Offering down valley views and a relaxing ambiance, Antlers makes you feel like you have stepped into your very own oasis. Needless to say, you’ll enjoy being pampered! Attention to detail abounds with fresh flowers, homemade snacks, high quality linens, 100% cotton sheets, thick plush towels, comfy robes and even citrus scented shampoo, soap and lotion. Every morning you will enjoy a three course breakfast in our dining room before you set out to explore all that the Four Corners has to offer … take a stroll through Historic Downtown Durango with its quaint shops, art galleries & fine restaurants. You can spend a day riding the famous Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad or hitting the trails on horseback. Mesa Verde National Park is one half hour to the west; it’s truly spectacular & definitely a Bucket List contender.
This Durango, CO bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Colorado. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and Rooms are intimate and elegantly appointed with antique period furnishings, and each has a private entrance. King, queen, double and single beds are available, as well as extra space if needed and WIFI included. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Durango, Colorado.
Located in Mancos, CO, three private, secluded lakeside cabins at the Abode at Willowtail Springs await you amid sun washed landscapes of Southwest Colorado just minutes from Mesa Verde National Park and Mancos restaurants and shopping. Enjoy sixty acres of fields, ancient forests, streams, gardens, intimate shady groves and a lake filled with large mouth bass.
Kelly Place is both an archaeological preserve and unique bed and breakfast located in the heart of the Four Corners region. Just 10 miles west of Cortez Colorado, our lodging is nestled among the red-rock canyons and majestic Sleeping Ute Mountain. In the 1960's, George and Sue Kelly, horticulturists from the Denver area, built the current lodge as their retirement home and created an "oasis on the edge of the desert" with orchards, gardens and courtyards among ancient Anasazi Mesa Verde Lodging Indian ruins. Your hosts, Marc Yaxley and Jerene Waite, wish to share this oasis and provide an enjoyable and educational experience for all their guests. There are over 25 documented prehistoric Indian sites on the 38-acre estate. Guests may follow our self-guided tour to any of these. Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, with the highest density of Ancestral Puebloan ("cliff-dweller") sites, borders Kelly Place to the north. Guests may enjoy hiking into the sculpted red-rock canyons and mesas located just out our back door. Close by are Mesa Verde National Park and Hovenweep National Monument, a little farther out you'll find Monument Valley and Arches National Park. You'll find Kelly Place can be your retreat Cortez Co RV Camping away from it all. Come spend a night or two, have a country breakfast and hike the ancient trails all right on our private preserve.
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The state has just started to explode into America’s consciousness, and has so much to offer for visitors and bed & breakfast enthusiasts alike!
No matter what kind of vacation or getaway you’re trying to have, Bed and Breakfasts in New Mexico will deliver big time. As you might expect in such a funky & new destination, New Mexico Bed and Breakfast look a little bit different than other b&b spots in more traditional places around the country. Incredible pueblo style homes will welcome you in from the hot desert, and offer incredible amenities that match any b&b you might have seen before.
From Sante Fe to Taos to Albuquerque, New Mexico has tons of sights and adventures to do and see. The food scene is absolutely delicious, featuring mouthwatering Southwestern fare and Mexican dishes (who doesn’t love Mexican) that’ll have you coming back again and again. The state has loads of history and fantastic National Parks to explore.
Visit New Mexico and see why it’s one of the hottest new travel destinations in the country!
New Mexico’s complex history is deeply intertwined with both Mexico and with Texas. The United States acquired NM as a result of the Mexican War in 1848, and the rest of it in the 1853 Gadsden Purchase. It officially became a state in 1912.
There is a large amount of Native American history that is deeply rooted in New Mexico. This is reflected in the buildings & artifacts scattered throughout the state, as well as the numerous Indian casinos that operate today.
It’s wonderful to explore New Mexico and get a taste of how diverse and eclectic the history of the country is, compared to other locations like New England, the South, or the West.
TripAdvisor has some wonderful recommendations when it comes to getting the full New Mexico experience. The Taos Pueblo is a must-see if you’re into the desert style architecture that the Southwest is known for. The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge also goes through Taos and is as breathtaking as it is scary (if you’re not into heights!) The Low Road from Sante Fe is also rich with activities ranging from mountain climbing to petting friendly llamas.
Check out the art galleries around New Mexico and discover why so many art geeks flock to the state for inspiration and fresh ideas. Albuquerque is home to many of the best eats & drinks around New Mexico, and can you really beat hot Mexican food cooked with generations old recipes?
New Mexico has some stunning landscape and natural features that draw in tourists from far & wide. Probably the most famous would be the Carlsbad Caverns, one of the largest cave systems on the planet. You might remember the incredible stalactites (they look like icicles) from your 3rd grade geography class.
The Rio Grande Gorge is an amazing natural sanctuary that runs about 50 miles long and around 800 feet deep. Looking down on it is similar to looking down on the Grand Canyon. The wonder of Earth is on full display at the Rio Grande.
Visit Shiprock, which resembles a ship that is drifting along the ocean. It’s actually a stopper that plugs a volcano. Super cool!
Do not miss out on driving the Low Road from Sante Fe to Taos. It'll give you a glimpse of the wonder of New Mexico while also allowing you to stop and do various fun excursions like hanging out with a llama!
The Land of Enchantment is rich with things to do and has something for any interest or hobby. If you’re staying in a casita (little house) in the Historic District, you’ll be a short walk from New Mexico’s famous art scene & cool little studios selling funky Native American themed art. From there you might stumble on the most delicious Mexican you’ve ever had, and the rest is up to you!
There are numerous museums throughout the state that’ll capture your imagination and bring you back to a simpler place in time. If you’re into outdoor activity, check out White Sands National Park. It is stunning to see the rare white gypsum sand dunes and know that you’re hundreds of miles from the nearest beach.
Sante Fe Plaza is a great spot to relax, sip a glass of wine, and enjoy the slower pace of New Mexico!
Believe it or not, New Mexico is actually home to some dazzling weather no matter what type of year you’re visiting. The summers can often get extremely hot due to the desert climate, and the winters can get chilly.
It really depends on whether you’re visiting northern New Mexico or southern NM. Since the temperatures can vary greatly between the day & the night, it’s best to bring a variety of layers that you can stack depending on how hot or how cool it is outside.
New Mexico has some of the most delicious food in the entire country! Beef & chicken enchiladas, burritos, huevos rancheros, tacos...is your mouth watering yet?
While obviously favoring traditional Mexican dishes that rival any joint in Mexico, New Mexico also has options for any type of cuisine you’re trying to consume. Pizzas, italian, anything you’re craving is on offer, but the Mexican really steals the show.
Visit High Noon Restaurant and Saloon in Albuquerque for sensational steaks, enchiladas, and bold margaritas. Housed in an adobe style building, this is a meal that you’ll never forget. Visit Plaza Cafe Southside for delicious pizzas (yes pizzas!) in Sante Fe, or El Modelo Mexican Foods in Albuquerque for authentic Mexican.
There are so many options you’ll be spoiled when trying to pick your dining spot for the day.
There are tons of fantastic b&b options to choose from in NM, but the best bed and breakfast in New Mexico might have to be the Inn of the Turquoise Bear in Sante Fe. Sitting on an acre of incredible property complete with all of the modern amenities you can imagine, plus an extremely convenient location to Sante Fe Plaza with views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, this is a property you won’t want to miss.
Another great property is Casa Escondida, consistently ranked as one of New Mexico’s top bed and breakfasts. Nestled on six acres of pristine land in Chimayo with views of the Jemez Mountains, this is a perfect spot for a romantic vacation or even elopement!
New Mexico is full of wonderful bed & breakfasts so take some time to research which one fits in with your dream New Mexico vacation!
Rest easy knowing that when you book a bed and breakfast in New Mexico, it’ll be loaded with modern amenities that’ll turn your stay into a desert oasis. Guest rooms feature private baths, a private entrance, fast wifi, and usually a kitchenette area for cooking up quick meals. Some of the more luxurious b&bs will even offer a kiva fireplace to keep warm on those cold desert nights.
One of the best parts of New Mexico b&b’s is their proximity to sites or attractions that are frequently visited. Within walking distance you might find the best local eateries or a wondrous piece of history. Your friendly innkeepers will be happy to set up tours or anything you’re trying to do while you’re visiting, which is just another perk of staying in a bed and breakfast.
If accessibility is an issue, let your innkeeper or b&b know and they’ll make special accommodations for your party.
Nothing compares to experiencing New Mexico while you stay in an authentic bed and breakfast. From charming innkeepers with unmatched local knowledge to amazing little getaways in Taos or Chimayo, you never know what memories you might make when you stay at one of these enchanting little getaways.
Visiting the historic district of Sante Fe or the incredible adobe buildings in Taos are just two highlights you might have when you visit NM.
Your friendly innkeepers will guide you and help craft an unforgettable experience based on the kind of vacation you’re trying to have.
Don’t miss the opportunity to stay at an enchanting New Mexico b&b.
New Mexico is definitely a driving type vacation since the state is fairly spread out apart from the Albuquerque metro area. Getting around the state is far easier with a car than any other method of travel.
For the adventurous, there are buses and trains that run through the state. Amtrak has a northern line called the Southwest Chief, which runs stops in Gallup, Grants, Albuquerque, Lamy, and Raton. That might be a good option if you’re looking to kick back and see some smaller towns which often don’t get the love they deserve!
Albuquerque International (ABQ) is the primary airport in the state, although Sante Fe also has a regional airport (SAF).