Since 1989, Farmington's 1st B&B is a contemporary example of the traditional architecture of Northern New Mexico which graciously rests on a sandstone cliff 30 feet above the San Juan and La Plata rivers. This nature reserve boasts native grandmother cottonwood trees for many migrating birds.
Located on the northwest wing of the B&B with a private entrance from the covered patio for evening relaxing watching the New Mexico sunsets, perhaps even a morning coffee. This room features: king bed with ceiling fan overhead; a twin bed in a capitan’s alcove (a special hide away or reading place, children take to this bed most eagerly). All beds have reading lamps. A small closet, small refrigerator, microwave,desk complete the furnishings. A private bathroom with marble tile shower with built in seat and a block glass window for light from the east.
The Cottonwood room features a Queen sized bed, sofa chair, as well as, a private bath with marble tile shower. Windows overlooking the San Juan River and the grandmother cottonwood tree certainly enhance the delight of staying in the high desert of the southwest. The San Juan River carries 50% of the surface flowing water in New Mexico. One enters the room from a small covered patio, a delightful place to meditate or practice a bit of Yoga.
4.8 on September 13, 2014
We spent one day in August and scheduled massages as well. The innkeepers were gracious and informative, making great dinner and travel recommendations. The massages were perfect after a long day on the road. A vegan breakfast was available and it was wonderful. The property is secluded and relaxing. Would definitely stay her again.
4.4 on August 25, 2014
We had a nice stay for one night in this beautiful B&B, the room was large, well equipped and quiet. Delicious healthy breakfast and very friendly people. Many thanks to David and Diana also for all the suggestions about the surroundings
Both David and I delight in sharing information about our area with our guests hoping that we are able to help them make the hard choices of what places to visit in their too short time here. So much to see so little time. Best, Diana and David
4.0 on July 24, 2014
If you want to escape the noise, this is the place to stay. The river is beautiful and smell of Lavender and chirpping of birds make you feel very content. David and Diana were gracious and friendly. We enjoyed talking with them over coffe and breakfast in a relaxed enviornment. We will definitely go back!
The birds are more visible and their songs more noticeable now in mid September, if such is possible, for each time we are at the entrance where our collection of sunflowers are the birds are flocking to enjoy eating. This must make them sing their gratitude as well. Thank you! We look forward to your return.
5 on October 21, 2013
Appreciate the amazing vacation!!! The view through the windows and the walk by the river was wonderful. The comforts from home were above expecations and much needed. Thank you!!!
We are pleased to learn that your view of the San Juan River and the walk along the river were inspiriing and that you felt you had the comforts of home while visiting us. Bet, Diana and David
5 on October 21, 2013
So much beautiful landscape to explore in the Four Corners area and what a great place to do it from. Learned so much about the Navajo culture and history from David and Diana. They also shared with us the best locations for shopping and dining for authentic Navajo goods and meals. Loved our trip to Farmington, NM!
In addition to meeting and visiting with our illustrious guests we enjoy sharing information about our area of the world. There is so much here in landscape, geology, archaeology, paleontology, history, National Parks, books and films about the Four Corners and colour. You have seen the current film,” The Lone Ranger”, haven’t you? Diana during the research for an Oral History Project completed some years ago came across in the local newspaper the title of a piece which read “Farmington, the Gateway to the World”. She was a bit in disbelief but both David and Diana are working to give that title some validity. Just two weeks back we had family visiting and we then were free to join them in their shopping ventures and see first hand the delight on their faces when making several purchases at Hatches Trading Post. Only David can tell you how to find Hatch’s Trading Post. Well, you might find it on your own but...
4.8 on September 27, 2013
We stayed one night at the Inn and enjoyed our lovely Southwestern adobe riverside room, the breakfast conversations with David and Diana and especially their graciousness at our late arrival(lost in the mountains without a cell signal) and helpfulness at forwarding the Ipad we left behind in our room. We wish we could have stayed longer. We'll be back.
Graciousness begets graciousness, Thank you! It was our pleasure to be of some help at the tail end of your holiday when you got lost, night came and we were able to guide you in to the B&B INN. Mailing your ipad home to you was also something which we felt comfortable in doing knowing full well that sometimes things go astray. Happy fall!
4.8 on September 05, 2013
Quiet, clean, cozy retreat from busy Farmington. Delicious breakfast and friendly hosts. Would be happy to return.
It is a heart warming message you have sent. We do enjoy so much our guests who bring the larger world to us. Blessings.
5 on August 21, 2013
Outstanding - only wish we stayed another night as it was a quick visit. Surperb breakfast, right on the river (rare sight in NM). Congenial host and very good conversation.
4.4 on July 03, 2013
We stayed at the Silver River Adobe Inn one night, but it was very enjoyable. The inn is away from the main road and sits next to the river. The rooms are very charming and nicely appointed for a relaxing evening. The breakfast was delicious and the conversation from our host was very interesting and educational. We would definitely stay here again if visiting the area.
4.4 on June 10, 2013
Best place to stay in Farmington! Private rooms overlooking river, light-filled dining area, excellent breakfast and great conversation.
Airport, Countryside, Desert, Small town
Four Corners Reginal Airport (FMN) 3 miles
Drive down the hill to Municipal, turning right curving around as you continue to drive down. At the stop light on Apache turn right again driving to the "T" of Main Street. There is a Shell gas station at the corner which also has a stop light.. Turn right again and immediately get into the left hand lane so that you are able to turn into the driveway/frontage road of the Fire Station #6. Drive west for 200 yards then turn left onto our gravel driveway and approach the adobe buildings with the rid roof. The front door has a sing "Office", ring the door bell and we will greet you directly.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon, Canyon de chilley, Monument Valley, Qaulity Waters San Juan River, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Cottage
BBQ grill, Conference Rooms, Library, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Private entrances, sitting area to watch the river
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance
Bicycle riding trails, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Durango skiing, Navajo Dam Quaility Waters Fishing, Bisti Badlands, Shopping
Diana, David and David and Heidi Hamlow
You are not likely to find a better guide for your travels within the four corners than David. He knows the routes like the back of his hand and ever so many interesting little hideaways. During breakfast ask David your questions about the plans you have for the day’s adventure. David is an avid walker, Diana prefers cycling and swimming. In the winter of 2009 Diana rode the Southern Tier across the US while David drove the SAG vehicle. Both share a passion for books.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten Free
Javanese Dutch Baby
Made from a simple mixture of eggs, flour and milk, much like a souffle. This pastry has been an all time favorite especially with our banana, lime, cardamom sauce. We serve organic juices as well as a choice of organic coffee or teas.