The Spy House B&B is known for where the infamous David and Ruth Greenglass once lived and sold secret ATOMIC BOMB drawings to a Soviet Spy - Harry Gold. The 1907 Heritage House B&B is a beautifully-restored 100-year-old Victorian home. Both are located next door to each other in Downtown Albuquerque. It’s only 3 miles from the Airport and within walking distance of University of New Mexico (UNM), many great Downtown restaurants, the Convention Center, and several Hospitals. Every room is elegantly decorated and full of wonderful heirloom antiques. You also have full access to the beautiful backyard with lush grass, fountain with stream and a shady arbor made from 100 year old barn wood. “May any evening not end, but just begin when you come and stay with us.”
4.2 on April 16, 2016
This is really a lovely place. Our room in the Heritage House was on the smallish side, but it had everything we needed. There was a family of four in the room next to us, and, as if by magic (it is a creaky old house), we never heard them. The bed was super comfortable, and Cara (the wonderful part-time employee) cheerfully rewashed the sheets when we had trouble with the laundry scent. In fact, Cara was delightful in every way. The only reason we give dining a mediocre grade is that the message that we were vegan did not trickle down to Cara. She did the best with what she had in the kitchen, and it was tasty, though not particularly nutritious. Non-dairy milk did not appear until the third day. I do think that they will do better with the next vegans, though, as they really aim to please. I would definitely stay there again. Very conveniently located, too.
5 on April 14, 2016
We arrived on a Saturday afternoon to find a lovely house and room. The room was spacious and furnished with period pieces which was very nice and made the room more authentic. We were not able to attend the Murder Mystery dinner since it was to be held next week so we walked towards downtown Albuquerque which is not very far from the B&B and found a great selection of restaurants. AT breakfast next morning we met Kara and Steve. A lovely couple who made you feel very at home. They shared their history of the B&B houses which were fascinating. My wife and I enjoyed our stay, a break from the world.
4.2 on March 30, 2016
Our stay was great! Historic B&B in a quiet downtown location! Would recommend for one-two nights!
5 on March 29, 2016
This was my second stay at the downtown historic b and b and yet again had a wonderful time. Steve and Kara are some of the most genuine people I have ever met and truly care about making your stay everything you hoped for. The food is amazing and the property is an oasis. Anytime I am in the area I will be staying at this b and b. Highly recommend it!
5 on March 26, 2016
From the very beginning the hospitality was so wonderful when Cara met us at the door. I loved the interior, the gardens, our bedroom and bath. The treats left out for us were so appreciated and the breakfast was a highlight. This is a labor of LOVE from the owners and staff…..I felt their love of their hospitality. Thank you so much and see you in 2017 FOR SURE!!!!
4.0 on January 14, 2016
We enjoyed another anniversary stay at this beautiful, historic bed & breakfast. The room was lovely and inviting, the breakfast the next morning was amazing. Thank you, Kara and Steve, for your hospitality. We're looking forward to next year!
5 on January 13, 2016
Everything was perfect. Couldn't ask for better.
5 on January 02, 2016
This Bed and Breakfast was outstanding in many ways. The nicely appointed rooms in two historic houses near downtown Albuquerque were clean and comfortable. The Mexican inspired breakfasts were incredible. Kara and Steve were both very helpful and accommodating. A fabulous place for a get-away!
5 on December 25, 2015
My boss and I had to come to Albuquerque for work and I told her that this Bed and Breakfast was a great place to stay. As always, it really was a nice and relaxing time even though it was for work. Food was great and we really did feel like family.
5 on December 05, 2015
We have stayed here several times now and do recommend the stay. The outdoor fireplace and gathering area is really nice. Coffee and tea are good choices and snacks really help after a long trip to the B&B Terri Power
This cozy suite was once the original front porch of the house. The sitting room in the front of the room has a twin size pull out sleeper. The full bath has a crisp black and white tile. At the end of the room is a beautiful four post queen bed.
Gorgeous King size bedroom suite with sitting area and full size sleeper sofa. Shared bathroom is just accross the upstairs hall.
Small and quaint Queen size bedroom with shared bath just across the hall.
Large spacious master king bedroom suite, complete with private claw foot tub and shower combo.
This beautiful & soothing room features a full size bed and an assortment of family antiques. The shared, with the Rose Room, is directly across the hall and features a high back clawfoot tub with a shower.
King bedroom named after David Greenglass, the brother of Ethel Rosenberg, and the individual who played a part in making this house known as "The Spy House." The sitting room that was a kitchen when the house was used as an apartments has a sink. The private bathroom around the corner from the room has the original large claw foot tub can also be used as a shower. The tables in the room are also said to be the original tables that David and Ruth used when they were living here. In fact one of the tables Margaret Freeman said was used by David when he drew up the portion of the atomic bomb that he sold to the Soviet spy, Harry Gold.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $119
Nightly Rate: $139 - $119
Historic Old Town, UNM, Hospitals, Airport, Downtown
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 3 miles
I-25 to Central Exit West on Central 2 Blocks North on High St. 1 Block Cross Copper St., 2nd House on Westside of High St. 207 High St. NE
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Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
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King bedroom named after David Greenglass, the brother of Ethel Rosenberg, and the individual who played a part in making this house known as "The Spy House." The private bathroom around the corner has the original large clawfoot tub that is also a shower. The tables in the room are also said to be the original tables that David and Ruth used when they were living here. In fact one of the tables Margaret Freeman said was used by David when he drew up the portion of the atomic bomb that he sold to the Soviet spy, Harry Gold. Please contact the inn directly at 505-842-0223 to redeem this deal.