We realized that we love hospitality! This passion has been fulfilled with our purchase of Dreamcatcher B&B. Our 1940's adobe home sits nestled in a quiet, wooded area just a ten-minute walk from Historic Taos Plaza. Dreamcatcher is your perfect home base for exploring Taos and all that northern New Mexico has to offer. In Taos gain quick access to mountain trails and a skier's paradise. There are great art galleries, museums, fantastic restaurants and an abundance of unique shops. At Dreamcatcher all of our rooms feature a private exterior entrance, private bath, wood burning or gas log fireplaces, Wi-Fi, Direct TV, coffee maker, refrigerator, ceiling fan, I-pod or CD player, and comfortable robes. Our delicious breakfasts will be the perfect start for your Taos adventures. We feature cooked to order hot entrees and selections of fruit, cereals and fresh baked breads or muffins. Watch the seasons change with cool crisp Fall evenings setting the stage for our winter wonderland, with streets lined with farolitas! Come for the adventure and be captured by its charm!
4.8 on May 09, 2018
Excellent stay in every way. Room was amazing as were the gracious hosts and the other guests. Thank you so much!
We are so glad you enjoyed your time at the Dreamcatcher. We try our best to give you everything that you might need in your room, and of course, the breakfast conversations are always interesting and engaging. Thanks for taking the time to let others know about your recent experience. We hope to see you again!
- Prudy (innkeeper)
5 on April 30, 2018
We really loved this B&B. The location is great. We loved the privacy that the rooms afforded us, our own separate entrance to come and go as we pleased. Beautiful and quiet back yard for a great fire with family and friends around, The breakfast was plentiful and delicious, and the hosts were very kind and helpful . Definitely check this place out!
You mentioned some of the things we also love about our place. Every room has its own separate outside entrance, opening to our beautiful and welcoming courtyard. The patio is large enough for all of our guests to gather if they want to, but we also have a couple of separate sitting areas if you want to have a private conversation. And now that the weather is nice, the hammocks are up for the summer! John continues to come up with new and interesting breakfast ideas, but you can always count on the Hot Oats Brulee as a starter - yum!
- Prudy (innkeeper)
4.8 on February 10, 2018
We had a wonderful time and a very unique experience. Our hosts were superb in every way especially the cuisine. We have now found a new favorite. We will be back. Tracy and Max
Thank you for your review. It is always helpful to hear from our guests. We look forward to seeing you in the future. Let us know if there is anything we can do to make your next stay enjoyable. John & Prudence, owners
- John Abeln (innkeeper)
4.8 on January 19, 2018
Our hosts were delightful, helpful in our questions regarding local attractions, and the breakfast menu was to die for. John was our chef the only morning to dine in. What an amazing meal. Add to that we were introduced to other guests, professional musicians in town for a concert, and a professional guitarist and his wife from Argentina that happened up to Taos to catch the concert. Shortly after breakfast, our guest musicians put on an impromptu concert to all of our delight. The facilities and the grounds were within walking distance of the town center shops, restaurants, and galleries but the B&B itself was tucked away in a quiet little corner of a nearby residential area. This is definitely our new fav B&B in NM.
5 on November 25, 2017
I am so grateful for the opportunity to get away from my hectic life and relax in this quaint and spirited place. The hosts are extremely gracious and helpful. The breakfast was exquisite and tasty. I hope to share your space again in the near future.
4.6 on November 05, 2017
John and Prudy could not be more gracious and helpful and the 2 course breakfasts were absolutely top rate. The oatmeal is beyond words, don't turn it down! We stayed in the Storyteller room and it was comfortable and very well appointed. There is no question where we will stay if and when we return to Taos. Highest recommendation!
5 on October 09, 2017
Decided last minute we wanted to stay the night in Taos, called the in the afternoon and as luck would have it they did have an available accommodation. The room was cute and clean. The garden is very relaxing and John and Prudy couldn't be better hosts! Easy walk into town and a lovely breakfast. We'll be back for sure.
We love helping our guests, late arrivals, early arrivals, however they get here, gives us a chance to deliver our own brand of guest support. We love our job and are most happy when we know the guest has a great time. Many thanks for the review. See you next time. John & Prudence Abeln, owners
- Prudy (innkeeper)
5 on October 03, 2017
What a great place to stay in Taos. John and Prudy have all the details covered for a most comfortable stay. We loved the Gecko room. Breakfast was superb! Great suggestions for dining, shopping and sightseeing.
Thanks for taking the time to let other travelers know how much you enjoyed your time at the Dreamcatcher B&B. The Gecko's Garden is one of 2 King-size bedrooms we have and a favorite of many of our guests. We are just converting the fireplaces from candles to supplying wood for our guests to enjoy a wonderful blazing fire on those chilly winter nights!
- Prudy (innkeeper)
5 on July 18, 2017
We had a wonderful stay at Dreamcatcher Bed & Breakfast. We stayed in the Pueblo Suite, it has a king size bed and a kiva fireplace with beautiful southwestern décor. The bed was very comfortable. The yard was blooming with colorful flowers. We will be back.
4.6 on July 13, 2017
A lovely place to stay. A girlfriend and I stayed in the Dreamcatcher Suite and it was perfect for us. Two bedrooms joined by a bathroom with separate entrances was great! The garden is just lovely and the light projector into the trees just magical! Location is good too however a little tricky to navigate from the Plaza at night as no street lights...so take a flashlight! The hosts are just wonderful people and having breakfast with other guests was really nice as we came from all over the place. I would highly recommend and would definitely go back.
Rio Grand River, Taos Ski Valley, Taos County Enchanted Circle, Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 130 miles
From the North: Approaching Taos on Route 522 / Hwy 64 turn right at the traffic light at Camino de La Placita. Follow La Placita a few blocks and turn right on Valverde St. (on your left Valverde is called Lund). Turn right at the stop sign at La Lomita. We are the third driveway on the left. (Check in 4-6pm) Welcome! From the West: Approaching Taos on route 64, turn right at the traffic light where Hwy 64 and Route 522 meet. Continue on Hwy 64 and follow the same directions from the North. (Check in 4-6pm) Welcome! From the South: Follow Hwy 68 into Taos. Turn left onto Paseo del Canon at the traffic light (at the Visitor¿s Center). Drive ~ 0.4 mile and turn right onto Salazar. Follow Salazar past three stop signs to the traffic light at Ranchitos Road. Cross Ranchitos and veer left onto San Antonio. San Antonio will become La Lomita after a few blocks. We are the third driveway on the left after you pass Valverde Street. (Check in 4-6pm) Welcome! From the East: Approaching Taos on route 64 follow signs to Taos Plaza. Continue into the plaza exiting straight ahead (through the narrow one-way alley) onto Don Fernando. Follow Don Fernando; curve left toLa Loma. Turn right at the stop sign onto San Antonio, which immediately becomes La Lomita. We are the third driveway on the left after you pass Valverde. (Check in 4-6pm) Welcome!
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Extreme sports, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Taos Ski Valley, Rio Grand River and Gorge, Earthships, Taos Pueblo, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Computer, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Peaceful Courtyard Setting for all units, Patio Seating and hammocks, Off street Parking, Walkable to Taos Plaza, Homedic Sound Spas, I-pod Docking Station, flat screen TVs, ceiling fans, refrigerator and coffee maker.
Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Prudence & John Abeln
John and Prudy love what they are doing, and it shows! Each of the Dreamcatcher’s seven guest rooms have the amenities that define a great bed and breakfast experience – comfortable beds, dreamy sheets, little touches to help you acclimate to the New Mexico high desert , and in-room kiva fireplaces for those cold winter nights. In the summer the courtyard invites you to lounge in a hammock or share some stories with other guests following a day of new adventures. When given the choice to sleep i
Restrictive , Vegetarian Gluten Free
Stuffed Baked French Toast
Start with a thick brown-sugar sauce and ladle it on the bottom of the ramekin. Slice green apples and grapes and place on top of the sauce; sprinkle with pecans. Cut French bread about 1.5 inches thick, place on top. Mix cream and eggs, pour over the bread until saturated. Place dish in refrigerator for overnight. Bake in a 400 degree oven for 1 hour. Turn upside down, put a little whipped cream on top of the dish and serve hot.