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El Paradero
220 W Manhattan Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501-2622
USA
Phone: +1--5059881177
Toll-free: +1--8665580918

Sue Jett and Paul Elliott

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Cozy, romantic room w/ brick and pine floors, gas-burning kiva-style fireplace, and private bath w/ shower. Furnished in pine furniture, a wrought-iron queen bed and a sky-light. A big fluffy down comforter (in the winter) makes you want to cocoon in for a lazy weekend.Our charming courtyard!
Our common room where you can sit back, relax, read a book, play games or  watch television,This twin-bedded room opens onto a courtyard. The room is appointed in Mexican pine furniture, has a private bath with decorative tiles around the tub-shower enclosure, Saltillo tile floors, and a skylight. The twin beds can be configured as a king size bed for guests who prefer that arrangement.
Full breakfast every morning!Enjoy breakfast in this beautiful room.
Spacious with high ceilings, this room has a tall, dramatic adobe fireplace built by Taos Indians, brick floors and lots of room for a longer stay. This room was part of the old barn back when El Paradero was a farm. The bed is a queen bed, The bath which has a tub/shower combination and wonderful folk art paintings on the wall.Opening on to the courtyard, this cozy, romantic room has brick floors, a gas-burning kiva-style fireplace, and a private bath with a shower. It is furnished in pine furniture, a wrought-iron queen bed and decorated with molas and Central American weavings.
This is a quintessential adobe room with brick floors, viga ceilings, a kiva wood-burning fireplace, and Southwestern furniture. The bed is a queen, and the bath (a shower) is wonderfully tiled and fully handicapped accessible. A handsome, pine trastero with tin panel doors serves as a closet.Located upstairs, this room has 2 bedrooms. One bedroom has a queen bed, the other a single day bed with a trundle. There are Saltillo tiled floors, decorative Talavera tiles in the tub/shower, and two small balconies with mountain views. The furniture is carved Mexican pine with hand-woven rugs and molas as decoration.
Located upstairs, this room has 2 bedrooms. One bedroom has a queen bed, the other a single day bed with a trundle. There are Saltillo tiled floors, decorative Talavera tiles in the tub/shower, and two small balconies with mountain views. The furniture is carved Mexican pine with hand-woven rugs and molas as decoration.Brick floors, viga ceilings, Southwestern furniture, and a kiva, wood-burning fireplace, and a queen bed makes this a popular and economical room. Room 8 adjoins room 7 making the combination popular with families. Its private bathroom is across the hall, and there is a sink basin in the room.
Located upstairs, this room is snuggled under the dormers. It has a queen bed, Saltillo tiled floors, decorative Talavera tiles in the bath (with a tub/shower), and a small balcony. The furniture is carved Mexican pine with hand woven rugs and molas as decoration.1	This queen-bedded room opens onto a courtyard. The room is appointed in Mexican pine furniture, has a private bath with decorative tiles around the tub-shower enclosure, Saltillo tile floors, and a skylight. Two stain-glass windows made by a local artisan add a distinctive touch to the room.
The suites are located in a charming, Victorian-era house. Each unit in this double brick building is furnished in period antiques and has a wood-burning fireplace, cable TV, pocket kitchenette and porch with yard.  The bedroom has a queen bed and the living room has a sofa-bed.  This building is on the New Mexico list of Historically Significant Properties.The suites are located in a charming, Victorian-era house. Each unit in this double brick building is furnished in period antiques and has a wood-burning fireplace, cable TV, pocket kitchenette and porch with yard.  The bedroom has a queen bed and the living room has a sofa-bed.  This building is on the New Mexico list of Historically Significant Properties.
The suites are located in a charming, Victorian-era house. Each unit in this double brick building is furnished in period antiques and has a wood-burning fireplace, cable TV, pocket kitchenette and porch with yard.  The bedroom has a queen bed and the living room has a sofa-bed.  This building is on the New Mexico list of Historically Significant Properties.The suites are located in a charming, Victorian-era house. Each unit in this double brick building is furnished in period antiques and has a wood-burning fireplace, cable TV, pocket kitchenette and porch with yard.  The bedroom has a queen bed and the living room has a sofa-bed.  This building is on the New Mexico list of Historically Significant Properties.
Brick floors, viga ceilings, a dramatic pine and tin headboard and a low price, makes this a popular room. Room seven is flexible and can have either twin beds or a king-sized bed.  Room 7 adjoins room 8 making the combination popular with families. Its private bathroom is across the hall, and there is a sink basin in the room.Warm, polished pine floors and the old claw foot tub (with shower attachment) in the bathroom let you know that this room has a history. Indeed, the bath with its high ceilings, was part of the barn back when El Paradero was a farm. The room has a queen bed, carved Southwestern furniture, and a hand-painted corner trastero.
Library with guest computer.Upstairs, this large room runs across the front of the building, has a large balcony with views to the east, west, and north. Bedding arrangements include a queen bed, a day bed and a trundle. There is a large sitting area, a Mexican-tiled bath (tub/shower), Saltillo tile floors and lots of folk art.
Enjoy delicious teatime treats.Room 1