Adobe & Pines Inn is an historic 1832 adobe hacienda preserved and transformed into one of the most charming and luxurious hideaways in the Southwest. Named "Best of the Southwest" by BedandBreakfast two years in a row! "Best of Taos County" People's Choice-Taos News, "Best Theme" by Lanier Publishing and "Top Ten Most Romantic" by American Historic Inns". Private entrances/baths, in-room fireplaces, AC, over-sized jetted tubs, private hot tubs, spa services, TVs w/ DVD players, CD players w/ MP3 connectivity, in-room coffee and tea service, large DVD library, plus full gourmet breakfasts. Separate casitas (cottages) and suites available, some kitchens/kitchenettes. Three rooms have private outdoor 2-person hot tubs. Pets and children welcome. 9 rooms from $98 to $225, double occupancy, plus tax. Adobe and Pines Inn "holds two of the Southwest's most romantic rooms. . ." Weekends for Two in the SouthWest.
5 on April 29, 2015
My wife and I, along with our daughter and son in law booked rooms at the Adobe and Pines Inn. We were planning our very first trip to the southwest and wanted to stay a couple of days and nights in Taos after some time in Santa Fe. We found a recommendation in the Fodor's Travel Guide for the Santa Fe area. We soon found out why Adobe and Pines is included in the Fodor's publication. The rooms and grounds are quaint and cozy! (The two rooms we stayed in are part of the 200 year old original adobe structure!) Renee and Phillip are wonderful, engaging hosts, who we are happy to have met and hope to return again to visit in the not too distant future. The breakfasts that they prepared had a southwestern flair that we New Englanders had never before experienced, and they were flavorful and beautifully presented. They were also very knowledgeable with the local sites to visits and places to enjoy local cuisine. The courtyard provides an atmosphere that is relaxing and contemplative. Although there was much we had planned to do in the area over the two days we visited Taos, we can imagine that had we more time to stay, we could have had a pleasant time just sitting near the gardens in the hammock with a good book. By the way, the Inn is within walking distance of the St. Francis Church, the image of which photographer Anselm Adams and artist Georgia O'Keefe made famous in the 1920's and '40's. It is also within short driving distances Taos proper, the Taos Pueblo, the Rio Grande River Gorge Bridge, and many other wonderful places in north central New Mexico. Most of all, Renee and Phillip make the Adobe and Pines Inn a wonderful place to feel welcome! Claude and Claudeen Lewiston, Maine
5 on March 29, 2015
Adobe and Pines B&B is a great place to stay! The atmosphere on the grounds is wonderful. We stayed in Puerta Blanca with some friends. The room was wonderful and the breakfast each morning was delicious! There was a slight malfunction with our hot tub the first night, when we mentioned it the next morning they quickly resolved the issue and gave us a complimentary bottle of champagne for the trouble. Phillip and Renee were excellent hosts and I would highly recommend this place to anyone staying in the area. We will be back on our next ski trip!
4.0 on February 18, 2015
First, Renee, Phillip & Lily are just absolutely lovely people! The inn is full of quiet charm and delightful Southwest touches. Our room was cleverly decorated and the wood-burning kiva fireplace, with plenty of wood just outside, made this a cozy retreat. Renee was also our chef and her breakfasts were creative and delicious. My favorite was the boiled citrus with fresh mint! Lily was kind enough to draw us a map to a local hot spring and even gave us her personal mobile number in case we got lost. Our room (Puerta Turquese) even had a journal for guests to write about their experiences and I thought this was a very personal and unique touch. The only things I would improve would be the mattress, the hard water, and the tub. The mattress was very hard and difficult to get much rest. The addition of king size beds and new mattresses would put this place in the five circle range. The water tasted really bad, too and left my hair feeling rough. And the jetted tub looked old which is probably due to the hard water. Also, the Wi-Fi is nearly impossible to access in the rooms due to the thickness of the old adobe. Renee did say they had tried nearly everything to make it better, but I think adding signal hubs in each room would help. So, overall the stay was a bit rustic, but if you don't mind that you will have a wonderful time. We would stay here again, but with some upgrades to this property, I feel the prices of the rooms would be more justified.
5 on February 17, 2015
I stayed at the Adobe and Pines Bed and Breakfast for Valentines weekend 2015 and this place is absolutely amazing I would recommend staying here!
4.8 on February 05, 2015
Renee and Phillip made our elopement weekend in Taos perfect. Our room was lovely, the breakfasts were delectable, the grounds were lovely. It snowed buckets that weekend so our wedding was held in the lobby, which worked out well-----room for all of us but intimate.
4.8 on January 14, 2015
Renee and Phillip are fantastic and the breakfasts were a delight! I stayed in the Verde room. It was cozy and comfortable. Great location to base out of and explore the Taos area and it was an easy drive to the Taos Ski Valley.
5 on December 27, 2014
My husband was having surgery at Taos Holy Cross Hospital and we needed a place to have a peaceful night's sleep the day before his surgery, that would also be a safe, convenient place for me to stay while he was recovering. This was our first visit to a bed and breakfast and it was a totally wonderful experience! We both were well rested following our first night's visit and I felt I was in a comfortable, safe environment as I stayed at Adobe & Pines Inn on my own. . The food was delicious! Philip and Renee were kind and caring. The atmosphere was comforting. Our stay at Adobe & Pines was successful and I plan to make my next reservation at a bed and breakfast!
4.0 on November 20, 2014
Not sure why B&B.com won't let me put in five stars on all categories. If there were seven stars, I'd choose them. This is a totally romantic and peaceful getaway with breakfasts people come from all over to enjoy. Renee and Phillip make the difference and have built a real gem of a place. Try the Roja casita for couples. The bathroom is wonderful with a fireplace next to the huge two-person jet tub and a walk-in shower.
5 on October 21, 2014
Everything about our stay was fantastic! The room was spacious, sparkling clean, and beautifully decorated. The staff was gracious and accommodating, the gourmet breakfasts were delicious, and the grounds were well maintained. A wonderful, quiet place which we hope to revisit!
5 on October 07, 2014
We had a delightful 4 nights at the Adobe and Pines - restful and relaxing. We walked the beautiful labyrinth each day, raked the Japanese garden, ate delicious meals, read and chatted on our front porch, and fell in love with the entire place. If you need rejuvenation - this is your place.
Puerta Rosa is the Inn’s most requested room. The bedroom is painted in warm romantic colors, has a corner kive fireplace that features a candlabra, queen size bed with a featherbed topper and luxurious 400 thread count sheets. The private bath has a sunken oversize tiled tub set in the middle of the room, a dry cedar sauna, separate tiled shower and corner wood burning kiva fireplace, yummy bathrobes and slippers. Rosa has a TV and DVD player.
Nightly Rate: $219 - $219
Puerta Cobre is a separate casita with a private portal that looks over the front lawn and garden. This is a good size suite at almost 600 square feet. There is a kitchenette and living room area with a leather couch that seconds as a queen sleeper sofa. Cobre has a TV and DVD player. The gas fireplace can be viewed from the bedroom as well as the living room. The private bath has an over-sized jetted tub with a second gas fireplace at eye level. The tiled shower is hidden behind a curved adobe wall. Just steps from the door is a fenced in private outdoor 2-person hot tub.
Nightly Rate: $249 - $249
Puerta Roja, tucked in amongst a century-old apple tree and a majestic Blue Spruce, is perhaps the most dramatic room in the Inn. Its has a private portal and sits near the stream. The deep burnished red walls gleam and draw a striking contrast against pale, cream-colored floors. Large hand-carved vigas, a built-in bed, and heavy wooden shutters are characteristic of Southwestern design, and add to the charm of this suite. Among the amenities to pamper and comfort you, are a soft leather couch where you may relax and a small dining area. TV and DVD player as well.
Nightly Rate: $219 - $219
The Puerta Turquese is a separate guest cottage with a private entrance off a sunny courtyard. The bedroom and sitting area, decorated in crisp, bright pastels, is bathed in color and light with unique southwestern tile and turquoise accents to its wooden trim. The corner fireplace can be enjoyed from either the down-covered bed or the sitting area. There is a TV and DVD player. In your bathroom, relax in the jet whirlpool bath and enjoy the romance of a second corner fireplace. The cottage's kitchen area is equipped for longer stays. A private 2-person hot tub is just steps from the front
Nightly Rate: $189 - $189
Puerta Violeta is the Inn"s only second story guest room. It is a room of generous size and has a private roof top balcony that overlooks the front lawn and gardens and beyond to the Taos Mountains. Stargaze from the roof top balcony. This room features a corner kiva wood burning fireplace, mini fridge, microwave and coffee maker. The private bath has a two person whirlpool and separate tiled shower. There is a TV and DVD player as well.
Nightly Rate: $179 - $179
Puerta Verde is part of the original hacienda and has a wonderful and rare early-1800s Madonna and Child retablo intact above the kiva fireplace. Verde has a small sitting area, in-room CD player/radio, books, original fine artwork by Taos artists, feather bed topped queen bed, brick floors, and private bath. There is an adobe wall that separates the bathroom from the bedroom...there is no door. This room too has its own Dutch door entrance off the Grand Portal.
Nightly Rate: $109 - $109
Puerta Azul is a cozy elegant hideaway with a private entrance off the Grand Portal, just steps from the Main Lodge living room. Azul is part of the original 1830s adobe hacienda, and has a hand-painted kiva fireplace, fine art, in-room CD player/radio, queen bed, tile floors, and private bath. Brightly colored and warm, Azul's Dutch door offers a grand view of majestic Taos Mountain and the Inn's gardens.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
Blanca is a wonderful two bedroom apartment with full kitchen, living and dining area. It has a private patio with fire pit and 6-person private outdoor hot tub. Both beds are queen as well as the sofa bed. While the rate is for double occupancy, Blanca can sleep 6 adults. It is a wonderful private room looking out over the mountains, gardens and labryinth.
Nightly Rate: $249 - $249
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Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 120 miles
Directions to Adobe & Pines Inn, Taos, New Mexico 4107 Highway 68 -- (505) 751-0947 Driving south from the Taos Plaza area: We are just a tad over 4 miles south of the Taos Plaza. As you drive south and approach the Inn, you will pass a yellow blinking light and be asked to slow down to 30 miles per hour. This light marks the Ranchos de Taos Plaza on your left, along with its St. Francis of Assisi Church. Start watching for our driveway on the left within the next half-mile. You'll then see a sign for Vargas Tile on your right, and our driveway is the next one on your left. You enter between tall colored telephone-like poles, and come down the long driveway to its end. Proceed to the Oficina for check in. Driving north from the Santa Fe area: Our Inn is approximate a 1.25 hour drive from Santa Fe. As you come into Taos you'll be on Highway #68 (unless you come in on the High Road, which is #518. Then see notes below*). As you enter the Taos valley and start seeing structures along Highway #68, watch for Mile Mark #41. We're the next drive on your right. You enter between tall colored telephone-like poles, and come down the long driveway to its end. Proceed to the Oficina for check in. *If you¿re taking the High Road in from Santa Fe, when it comes to a dead end in the Taos area, it ends on Highway #68. Turn LEFT at this intersection, and go south about .75 miles see instructions at the top of this sheet from Ranchos de Taos Plaza south.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Historic homes, Taos Pueblo & Powwows, Gorge Bridger over Rio Grande River, horseback riding, snow shoeing, snowmobiling, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wi-Fi , outdoor garden sitting areas; hammocks, wood burning kiva fireplaces, pygmy goats, DVD/vHS/CD library, Fresh Farm Eggs, Labyrinth
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, yoga, spa and full gym, gallery and author openings/receptions, hot air ballooning, independent art films - Taos Talking Pictures, festivals/events - Taos Chamber & Visitors Center, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Whitewater Rafting
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