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Unwind in our peaceful garden setting. Enjoy the comfort and privacy of our Santa Fe style compound with six rooms all with private baths and adjoining patios located on a quiet residential street close to the Plaza, Canyon Road and the Railyard. Quality southwestern art, handcrafted furniture, exquisite décor and warm personal service will make your stay memorable. Select Registry member. Bookable website.
Featuring vaulted ceilings, saltillo tile floors, and Native American artifacts, the Kachina room is awash in authentic Southwestern charm. This spacious, light-filled suite, has a king bed, as well as a full-size sofa sleeper in the lounge area. Your own garden patio and private entrance make it the perfect refuge for any traveler.
Located on the main floor of the inn, the Zia room is furnished with a hand-crafted king bed and two club chairs. Its earth tones, western-style fixtures, and Native American décor create a relaxing and cozy retreat. This Santa Fe bed and breakfast room opens onto its own garden patio and features a private entrance from the central courtyard.
The sunny décor of the San Miguel room reflects the vibrant colors and unique styles of Mexico. It features two iron queen beds from our southern neighbor along with complementary folk art and paintings. There are two leather club chairs, ample windows, a French door leading to your own garden patio, and a private entrance from the central courtyard. This is a spectacular Sant Fe bed and breakfast retreat.
The beautifully appointed Chimayo room, located on the second floor of our Santa Fe bed and breakfast inn, is our most spacious. Adorned with Spanish Colonial art and furniture, this room features a king bed, full-size sleeper sofa, desk, small refrigerator, and two window seats. Ample windows, soft colors, and rich textiles create a warm and inviting haven, which makes it a favorite among our guests. Access to the Chimayo room is via its own stairway from a private entrance in the central courtyard.
The room features high ceilings, abundant natural light, a queen bed, two club chairs, a small window seat, and is furnished with early 20th century reproduction furniture consistent with the age of the house. The large claw-foot bathtub (with shower) is perfect for a leisurely soak after a day of taking in the Santa Fe sites. Entrance to the room is through the front door of the Digneo House. Guests staying in the Digneo House (rooms 5 and 6 only) also have 24/7 use of a comfortable sitting room adjacent to their guest room.
The Baumann room is located in the Historic Digneo house along with the Digneo (#5) room. It features reproduction wood block prints from the famed Santa Fe artist Gustave Baumann. This newly replastered room in a soothing green color features a king bed, large walk-in closet, club chair and private bath with a tub/shower combination. Guests staying in this room have access to a shared (only with room 5) living room with sofa, armchairs, writing desk, and coffee service. Entrance to the room is through the front door of the Digneo house.
3.2 on June 09, 2014
Beautiful flowers tall in bloom - well appointed room and breakfast room. We shall return next year.
5 on May 04, 2014
Four Kachinas provided a wonderful home base for our Santa Fe adventure. I'm not typically a "B&B Person" but this place was a perfect example of all the benefits B&B have to offer. Specifically, Walt was a wonderful, gregarious host that could not only make solid recommendations for things to do and eat, but give you a lot of local color as well. Also I felt it was accessible to a diverse range of people. Walt bent over backwards to meet any dietary restrictions we had while managing to make tasty food. As for amenities, our bed was fantastically comfortable and we were close enough to the square to walk most places. The only thing I would request is a microwave in the breakfast room so we could heat up our leftover
5 on April 30, 2014
Four Kachinas is a beautiful and relaxing inn. The location is perfect to easily walk to the plaza or to dinner. The breakfast is excellent. We have stayed a number of times and always enjoy our vacation.
5 on January 21, 2014
Walter was an exceptional host during our stay at Four Kachinas. He offered friendliness, lots of great information and a wonderful breakfast with great New Mexico Pinon coffee daily. Everything was very clean and comfortable. Great quiet location yet walking distance to your dining needs.
4.6 on December 18, 2013
Wayne & Walt made our stay very enjoyable. Their suggestions for restaurants as well as places to visit were just what we needed.
4.8 on December 10, 2013
5 on December 01, 2013
Our room was super comfortable, including the bed and entire room, with plenty of light. Breakfasts were hearty with my daily yogurt, granola, and a big fresh fruit plate, a hot dish typically with a smorgasbord of veggies/eggs, etc., delicious coffee cake, plus juices, and wonderful local coffee. The "breakfast cabin" also served as a 24/7 snack /library/lounge area to read the area newspapers, or all the local guide books and magazines. Our host, Walt, is a fountain of information about Santa Fe, and loved to share his knowledge and experiences. Four Kachinas is on a quiet street, but only 1 block from the state capitol and Visitor's Center and several restaurants, and walking distance to the Plaza. We would highly recommend this accommodation for anyone wishing to explore Santa Fe, or just hang out and relax in a very interesting destination.
5 on August 17, 2013
Treated like royalty in this cozy,yet elegant B&B - stayed in the Baumann room - the bathtub has feet! Wonderful pampering by staff - don't miss their expertise on Santa Fe. Wonderful food.
5 on August 17, 2013
Totally great experience. Ready to use more B&Bs now!
5 on August 16, 2013
When I come to SF Four Kachina's is my first choice, fine accommodations and caring Innkeepers and staff - you can't go wrong.
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 60 miles
Arriving from the south (Albuquerque) or east (Denver) on I-25: 1) Take exit #282 off of I-25 2) Head north on St. Francis Drive 3) After proceeding on St. Francis Drive for several miles, turn right onto Cerillos Rd. 4) Turn right onto Paseo de Peralta 5) After going 3 blocks (through two lights), turn right onto Webber Street (directly south of the state Capital building) 6) The inn is the second property on the right at 512 Webber Street. Arriving from the north (Taos) on US 84/285 1) When nearing Santa Fe, bear left to get on Guadalupe St. (toward Downtown) 2) At the intersection of Guadalupe and Paseo de Peralta (first signal light), turn left onto Paseo de Peralta 3) Follow Paseo de Peralta as it circles the downtown and you near the State Capitol Building, on the right. 4) Turn left onto Webber St. which you will come to after Old Santa Fe Trail (light) but before Don Gaspar Street. 5) The inn is the second property on the right at 512 Webber Street.
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Board games, CD player, Fax Machine, Library , Separate sitting room for rooms 5 and 6, Rooms 1, 2, & 3 - Adjoining Patios
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
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