We stayed 2 nights Mid June at the inn. We had the Jemez room. Clean, friendly, but also very close to down town and such a retreat from busy shopping. We enjoyed our stay, we will be back ! Thanks alot for your hospitality Beat & Käthy PS the dining valuation is for the breakfeast, since there was no Dining.
My daughter and I stayed at the Inn for Four nights at the suggestion of a friend who had also been a guest. We loved it. The staff was friendly and helpful; the room sublime, clean, quiet, gorgeous, big and comfortable; the food was the real deal maker here, breakfast burritos to die for, a different combination each day and enough to fuel some break-neck sight-seeing! I would live here if I could, seriously, I would.
we love this place-location perfect- quiet but a nice walk to the plaza. beautiful courtyard. food delicious , rooms are very charming . lots of authentic southwest details . its everything that makes New Mexico heaven on earth for us. . treats at tea time are just divine.
Excellent place to go recharge. We stayed in the Ortiz room, loved sitting on the porch drinking our coffee listening to the breeze ruffle the trees. The room was well decorated, quiet and modern while respecting the history of the building. Breakfast and tea time were great.
A delightful experience within a short walk to the Plaza. The service was a treat and the breakfast was always different and tasty. Sue goes the extra miles for her guests and I will definitely stay there again and recommend it to friends.
Leslie and Mitch are both very friendly, will go out of their way to help and are knowledgeable about the area. The courtyard is a great place to just hang out-- You can use the grills (gas and charcoal available), sit by a fire, or just sit under the canopy. The place is full of GREAT history! We enjoyed our 2 nights very much and will return again someday.
A unique property. Each room had individual intrique. Stayed in the Moroccan Room with great architectural features. Touring the property & learning of its history was also interesting. Owners were fabulous hosts; accommodating, genuine and friendly. Stayed at many nice B & B's, but they are only as inviting as the hosts. Leslie & Mitch were exceptional, but allowed privacy. Bonus: saw several owls in the yard within the first few minutes of arriving.
I stumbled upon bedandbreakfast.com and found Rancho Gallina Inn. It was about 20 minutes south of Santa Fe and off the beaten path but the rooms just looked absolutely charming on their website and they happened to have one room left on the 4th so we booked it. Let me just say that I was absolutely blown away at how beautiful the property is and how super cozy our room was. We were in the Kiva suite which shares a huge living room and dining room that each have their own fireplaces and a full kitchen with another room in the same building called, The Morrocan Room. You can tell how much love has been put into every little corner of the entire property. Mitch and Leslie, the husband and wife that own and run the place are about as nice and accommodating as you could hope. They have created a very unique and down to earth place that far surpassed my expectations. They have a cedar hot tub that can seat about 4 comfortably that you can take advantage of any time, day or night. Their retreat takes you away from the hustle and bustle of other hotels,tourists and street noise that you would find in the main part of Santa Fe. And on top of it, Mitch and Leslie cooked an incredible breakfast made from locally sourced ingredients! Plus they make a great cup of coffee ;) So, if you are looking for a charming, incredibly unique place to stay about 20 minutes south of the main streets in Santa Fe, this is the place to check out. Their prices are also extremely reasonable for what they offer here. Oh, did I mention that the whole place is solar powered? Eco friendly, conscious owners that make you feel like you're at home. What more could you ask for? We will definitely be staying here again! Keep in mind that you usually have to book a room for a minimum of two nights but it is worth it ;)
The inn radiates good energy. Colors and decor are warm yet gentle -- very Santa Fe. Hosts are full of knowledge and insights about the area. Breakfasts are pure and wholesome, and coffee and local literature are always available. Romance thrives here. Note that check-in times are limited as hosts do not live on site so make sure you call if you plan a late check-in (later than 6 PM).
My daughter and I recently spent a long weekend at Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast in Santa Fe. We selected the establishment after checking it out online. The photos and text about the bed and breakfast depicted a lovely place. We were not disappointed. The room we stayed in was very comfortable. The grounds are nice. The owners and staff are outstanding. I would not hesitate to recommend Pueblo Bonito to friends and family.
We met up with another couple in SF. The Ortiz and Pino Suites are located in a separate little home, just steps from the main guest house and dining room. It was exactly what we were looking for...we each had our own bedroom, bath, kitchenette, and living room with an adjoining door; Porch swing, lovely garden, private parking, and private patio with table and chairs...perfect!
Charming, friendly, excellent location. An oasis on the back patio! Loved the gurgling fountain and beautiful flowers! Kim delivered a luscious breakfast to our table on the patio, and shared all sorts of tips and local information! She's a real asset to El Paradero! We'll definitely be back!
Our three day stay was the most peaceful getaway imaginable. We had easy and quick access to all the sights and shopping, and yet came back to our own oasis of peace. The courtyard provided an energy that revitalized us, and the food was superb.
This is an absolutely wonderful historic home. The room was nice and the bed was very comfortable. The breakfast staff was very nice and helpful. I didn't see or talk to the owners so that was a different experience from what I've experienced at other B&Bs.
We enjoyed the Southwestern charm and hospitality at the El Paradero. The convenient location enabled us to easily walk to most places in the downtown Santa Fe area. The breakfasts were tasty and plentiful. We would happily stay here again and recommend the B&B to others.
Even with an electrical outage in a fourth of the town, we had a great stay at the El Paradero. We found a few new restaurants (for us) and new hiking and walking trails, so it was a good experience. And, that just reaffirms the great location and quality of El Parardero. It's always a positive experience to stay there.Service is unobtrusive yet prompt and the staff is friendly and very helpful--Thanks!
We stayed in the Tewa Suite which was wonderful.. A separate living room from the bedroom. It was quaint and also warm. So close to town we walked to everything. The breakfast was delicious with lots to choose from. Amy and Herb were great owners and available for a chat and guidance on the town and things to see. Two restaurants were suggested, The Shed for lunch and La Casa Sena for dinner. Both far exceeded our expectations on food and something different to try. Thanks so much. We will be back to see you.