A pueblo-style adobe hacienda, nestled in the heart of the historic district just two and a half blocks from Taos Plaza. The first Bed and Breakfast in Taos. Walk to galleries, museums, restaurants and shops. Return to casual elegance and personal service. Private courtyards and patios. Savor a full gourmet breakfast after which we will help you choose one of the many daily activities available in Taos.
A large, spacious room located inside the main house, our Beutler room features a king bed (or twins) with Southwest colors accented by handmade local rugs and quilts. A queen-sized foldout sofa bed is also located in the room to accomodate a maximum of 4 people. Relax in rawhide chairs in front of a warm, crackling fire in the raised hearth Kiva fireplace. Our largest room, the Beutler has Vigas overhead and an entrance to a semi-private patio, long portal, and gardens. Whirlpool bath and separate shower.
Nightly Rate: $159 - $199
Located in the main house, our El Solecito room opens from a hallway entrance featuring local Taos art into a bi-level suite with a king bed and an antique trestero on the top level. Step down to enjoy two oversized locally crafted willow chairs in front of the tiled adobe corner Kiva fireplace. Old Mexican doors open onto the private flagstone patio, gardens, and mountain view. Luxurious Mexican-tiled bathroom with skylight and whirlpool.
Nightly Rate: $159 - $199
Located in the oldest part of the home, our Taos room features two-foot thick adobe walls, a polished and warm brick tile floor, a Queen bed, its own little library and desk, and a window that frames Taos Mountain. In addition to a queen-sized bed, the room also has a full-sized fold-out futon bed to accomodate a maximum of 4 people. Borrow a book and relax under the portal or in the garden just yards away. Tub with shower.
Nightly Rate: $129 - $159
Graced by a picket fence Queen bed and antique trestero, our Lino room defines casual elegance. Located inside the main house, the room is warmed by a raised hearth Kiva fireplace. Old Mexican doors open onto a private flagstone patio. Large shower.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $169
Located in the oldest part of the house, our Monterrey room features two-foot thick adobe walls and brick and saltillo tile floors. Rawhide furniture provides a comfortable respite on snowy nights in front of the original adobe Kiva fireplace. A Queen bed with a hand-hewn headboard and ceiling beams creates a graceful retreat. Private front and rear doors provide access to covered portals, courtyard, and gardens. Shower.
Nightly Rate: $129 - $169
Whether on your honeymoon or just celebrating life, our La Casa de la Luna de Miel is a very special place. Set apart from the main house with private entrance and patio, this intimate two-room casita has a spacious bedroom with a king bed and a skylight overhead for nighttime stargazing. A separate sitting room with a raised hearth Kiva fireplace and a loveseat that folds out to a twin sized bed, which can accommodate one person. The luxurious bath has a two-person saltillo-tiled whirlpool bathtub and shower with skylight. Perfect for romance and relaxation.
Nightly Rate: $189 - $239
This property, located immediately across our one-lane street, is a historically restored vacation rental home. Completed in 2010, it has a full kitchen with custom cabinets, a large bedroom with a king bed, a new bathroom with heated floors, and a queen-sized temperpedic hide-a-bed couch in the living area. Up to 4 adults can comfortably share this house. Washer/dryer, microwave, gas stove with oven, dishwasher, private courtyard, and other amenties available. Breakfast provided at additional cost.
Nightly Rate: $300 - $300
5 on June 12, 2011
This is a wonderful, small B&B within a couple of blocks of the Plaza, in a quiet area. The common rooms are very well maintained and tastefully furnished. We really felt at home here. We stayed in the La Casa suite for 3 nights, which is in a separate building adjacent to the main building. It was a very nice, comfortable suite. Brad, one of the owners, is extremely helpful with restaurant and siteseeing recommendations. We especially enjoyed having him join us at the communal breakfast table, as he shared a lot of information about the area, and was a gracious host. We had excellent dinners at Grahams, El Meze, and Love Apple. The breakfasts were excellent - a main dish, fruit, yogurt, granola, and delicious baked goods. Breakfasts were served to all guests at the same time, which made for great conversations with other guests. It was fun to share travel experiences, and meet interesting people. We highly recommend staying here, and will certainly return the next time we are in Taos.
4.4 on February 08, 2011
Our stay at La Posada was wonderful. Brad and Micheal were very hospitable and shared their local knowledge about the town and the skiing. Their concern and tips about dealing with the altitude were definatley trip savers! Looking forward to a return trip! Alyssa Iaia and John Carr
5 on November 20, 2009
What a delightful bed and breakfast! I hated to leave! The Innkeepers, Brad and Michael were wonderful and informative. I loved my Breakfasts. The accomodations were perfect and I can hardly wait to return to Taos and the LaPosada de Taos Bed and Breakfast. What wonderful hosts!! Fran Mace Nashville Tennessee
5 on November 19, 2009
We recently spent two nights at LaPosada de Taos and we were extremely impressed with this bed and breakfast. The innkeeper greeted us in a manner which instantly relaxed us. He was so helpful in restaurant and tourist activity recommendations. He truly made us feel LaPosada was OUR home for the duration of our stay. Our room was even better than expected. It had everything we desired including Egyptian cotton sheets, a WONDERFUL mattress and a cozy Kiva fireplace which lulled us to sleep each night with a warm crackling fire. Our bathroom contained more towels than we could ever use, plush bathrobes, top of the line lotions and a jacuzzi bath which was so relaxing after a long day of touring all the wonderful shops and art galleries that this lovely town has to offer. Our breakfasts were SUPERB! The chef, Michael presented us with truly gourmet delights and we were amazed at how beautifully presented the table was. Snacks and beverages were also available to us at any time. We loved gathering every evening in the living room before a roaring fire to revist all the fun things we had done that day. The location of LaPosada is PERFECT for touring Taos. The Inn is just minutes from the historic town square and we walked everywhere. It was just so easy to tour Taos without the hassle of driving around looking for a parking place. We loved LaPosada and cannot wait to return for another visit. Thankyou so much Brad and Michael for a trip we will always remember!!
5 on November 19, 2009
We have stayed in B & B's all over the U.S. but LaPosada De Taos was the most wonderful experience we have ever had at a B & B! The Innkeepers were warm and charming and eager to offer their assistance whenever it was needed. The breakfast was gourmet and DELICIOUS!! The chef served such creative meals and we were so impressed. Complimentary beverages and snacks were always available! Our room exceeded our expectations. The linens were of the highest quality and the bed was so comfortable! We had a kiva fireplace in our room and we went to sleep every night to the sounds of a crackling romantic fire!! Even the bathroom was a delight! High quality lotions, Egyptian cotton towels and an amazing jacuzzi bath in which to relax. In conclusion, staying at LaPosada is like staying with family. The whole atmosphere, like the town of Taos itself, is warm and friendly. The Inn is in a perfect LOCATION! Just a couple of blocks from the Historic Town Square of Taos with its fabulous shops and art galleries. We hardly used our vehicle during our entire stay. We cannot wait to return to LaPosada and the quaint town of Taos again!!
5 on February 01, 2009
We arrived in Taos late and stayed at La Posada de Taos. Brad and Michael were there waiting for us and greeted us like old friends. It was cold and there was a crackling fire in the living room. So cozy! Breakfast was fantastic! Michael's baked eggs, fresh fruit and muffins were so filling we didn't need lunch. La Posada is close to the plaza so we could easily walk everywhere. The inn is southwest through and through. Lots of Taos style and it was beautifully decorated for the holidays. I wouldn't think of staying anywhere else in Taos and you shouldn't either. La Posada de Taos is the best of Taos.
2 1/2 Blocks west of Taos Plaza, Historic District, Downtown, Mountains, Small town, Village
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 120 miles
Go to center of Taos & turn west into the Plaza. Go straight thru Plaza without making turns. Go straight 2 more blocks-turn Lft. on Manzanares. Turn Right on Juanita Lane 1 block later.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Hot Springs, Ballooning, Llama Treks / Horseback Riding, White Water Rafting, Nature Trails, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Art colony, 300 yr-old village (Taos), Free Concierge Service, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Free Parking, Complimentary Water / Soft Drinks / Teas
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Visit Taos Pueblo-1000 yr old World Heritage Site, Museums, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Brad Malone and Michael Carter
Both innkeepers are artists with work on display at the Inn. White water rafting, skiing, snowboarding, camping and hiking.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten-Free, Vegan
Blue Corn Pinon Waffles
A perfectly rounded meal beginning with fresh organic fruit, juices, organic yogurt and granola and a fresh-baked item such as raspberry muffins begins each morning. The second course frequently consists of an amazing homemade blue corn, toasted pinon waffle and a locally-made organic chicken or pork sausage. Special meals prepared upon request.