Territorial Adobe Southwest motif. The enclosed courtyard faces Sandia Mountain. Each room opens onto the courtyard providing an Easterly view for beautiful morning sunrise over the Sandia Mountain. The home is constructed of adobe, built with salvaged doors and other materials that make it seem older than 38 years. Located on an acre and a half, the B&B is in an old agriculteral valley along the Rio Grande.
4.0 on October 12, 2011
We have stayed here for Christmas week in 2007 and again in July 2008, and most recently in October 2011. The service and accommodations were consistently excellent! Norris and Cyndee are friendly (as are their two dogs), but respectful of your privacy. We stayed in the Bosque View room and found it very comfortable and clean; with the requisite New Mexico style. The room has a small bar and refrigerator, a wood-burning fireplace, satellite TV and well equipped bathroom. Breakfasts were fabulous! Each morning begins with hot tea or coffee and a delicious yogurt and fruit cup. This is followed by very generous servings of eggs and sausage and warm bread and jam. Breakfast is served on the patio in the warm months and best of all, it is served at the time of your choice. The inn is also very near the Bosque walking path. We took morning walks and saw sandhill cranes in the winter and numerous hummingbirds in the summer. My husband and I find that we compare visits to other B & B's to Nora Dixon Inn and the high standards it has set for us. Few places seem to come close. We plan to return this Christmas and are already anticipating the delicious breakfasts!
Thank you for your kind review. Cyndie and I are happy that you had a good experience. I had not looked at the reviews until now. Really always enjoy our guest and look forward to you coming again. We were totally booked this last Christmas 2013. Take care and thank you for you taking the time to write about your experience at the Nora Dixon Place B&B.
4.0 on September 18, 2011
We stayed at Nora Dixon Place on our way to and from Durango. We found it to be quite enjoyable.
4.4 on July 23, 2011
After a weary and long road trip from the bottom of NM it was an unexpected delight to pull into the Tidwell's historic B&B. Located down a country lane, we dropped our bags and stretched our legs with a scenic walk in the bucolic neighborhood and adjoining bosque (wooded area by the river) and marveled at our good fortune of having stumbled onto this location. Our room was cozy and comfortable and the Nora Dixon Place's owner Norris (accompanied by his darling dogs Jamie and the shy Buster) was extraordinarily gracious and helpful host in getting us acclimated to "the other" New Mexico...the one that is laid back and not filled with touristy cactus and chile peppers. We were directed to local places to eat and allowed to print our boarding passes, plus received a bit of local folk lore, history and information about the hidden treasure that is Corrales. The beds were comfy and the breakfast bountiful and the ambiance divine..... I would heartily recommend checking into this B&B for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and just chill in woodsy serenity.
3.8 on May 27, 2011
We really enjoyed our stay. Breakfast on the veranda was wonderful. I even loved the toad "singing" to me at night.
4.6 on March 21, 2011
I've stayed at the Nora Dixon Place twice on two visits to the Corrales NM area. Both times I've stayed in the smaller of the three available rooms and found it to be comfortable (though having had the chance to peek into both of the other rooms, would recommend them for folks who want/need a little more space). It is a truly charming place and I especially enjoyed the cozy courtyard overlooking the mountains, the kind inn-keepers and all their adorable pets, and the exquisite breakfasts (among the best I've ever had a B&B).
Albuquerque metro region, Middle Rio Grande valley, Sandia - Manzano Mtns., irrigated farming, City, Countryside, Desert, Mountains, Small town, Suburban, Village, Wine country
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 23 miles
From the Aiport, travel North and exit west onto Alameda Blvd. Continue on Alameda Blvd. to the second light after crossing the Rio Grande. Turn right on Corrales Road for 3 miles exactly to Dixon Road. Turn Right on Dixon Road to the fourth house on the right. Turn into the driveway and proceed around to the East side of the house. Ample parking space is provided. Come into the Courtyard and proceed to the blue door under the portal. You are now at the check-in lounge.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, October Int'l Balloon Fiesta, September Wine Festival, Fouth July Parades & Fireworks, Atomic Museum, Corrales Fall Festival, Anasasi Ruins, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Casinos, Day trip to Historic Sight, Sightseeing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos, Wi-Fi
Norris & Cyndie Tidwell
1 Cat , 2 Dogs , gold fish in the lily pond Others
New Mexico history, geology, touring New Mexico, especially Scenic and Historic Byways. Indian ruins.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , above meals request
Orange French toast made with Pueblo horno (outdoor oven) bread (when available); served with fruit, sausage, and maple syrup. Coffee, fresh ground and piping hot; brewed teas available on request. Home baked bread when other bread is not available.