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!
5 on January 09, 2017
Taos is our favorite place for Christmas. After the bon fires and ceremony at Taos Pueblo on Christmas Eve, Rochelle had delicious meal prepared. Her breakfasts were fantastic. We could not have had a better stay anywhere in Taos.
5 on October 31, 2016
We only stayed one night but wished we could have stayed longer. The room was quaint and meticulously clean and the breakfast was wonderful. Prudy and John were gracious and helpful and we highly recommend this place.
5 on October 25, 2016
We greatly enjoyed our stay at Dreamcatcher. It provided all that we needed and was very comfortable. The breakfasts were delicious and our British idiosyncrasy of putting warm milk in our coffee was remembered each morning by John after our initial request. It was an easy walk into Taos and to Bella's, recommended by Trudy, where we enjoyed two evenings having found the food so good the first time. We would love to return.
5 on October 17, 2016
No excuse to not stay at the Dreamcatcher B& B when you are in Taos! All of the emenities are top-notch and the icing on the cake is Jake, the welcome dog! Wonderful hosts, outstanding breakfast and good conversations. Dining onsite is just breakfast but they provide an extensive list of menus of area restaurants for any other time of the day.
4.8 on August 13, 2016
This was our first stay at Dreamcatcher B&B but one of many visits to Taos. We have stayed in very nice B&Bs there, but will return to Dreamcatcher again. I have food allergies and the breakfast accommodated them beautifully-something which is rarely achieved but greatly appreciated. We slept so well on the mattress that we bought one just like it as soon as we returned home. Staff friendly, unobtrusive and efficient.
5 on July 30, 2016
Every room unique. All give one a true sense of the best of Taos. Breakfast was was gourmet style. The best we have ever had at a B&B. 15 minute walk to Taos Plaza. Will book again when in Taos.
5 on January 19, 2016
My wife and I stayed a couple of nights in the Gecko's Garden room shortly after Christmas. The room was very nice and comfortable and the Inn was conveniently located. Breakfasts were delicious. We recommend this Inn to Taos travelers.
5 on December 07, 2015
My wife and I stayed at Dreamcatchers in November 2015. Our hosts were wonderful even before we arrived. John provided excellent advice on getting to the Inn from Santa Fe and even though we arrived at night we did not get lost! Our room was wonderful and cozy and the wood burning fireplace was great on a cold night with snow outside on the ground. Recommendations for places to eat were excellent and we ate at Lambert's two nights in a row for outstanding gourmet meals with excellent wines. Breakfasts were wonderful and fun given the mix of interesting guests at the table. Certainly, this is where we hope to stay next time we come to Taos!
5 on November 23, 2015
John and Prudy have created quite an oasis--within walking distance to town square yet far enough to maintain that quiet, rustic feel. Wealth of knowledge made planning our time there a breeze; we didn't feel like we wasted a minute. Scrumptious breakfasts, catering to guest needs and food sensitivities. Looking forward to a return trip!
4.6 on October 22, 2015
This was our first ever BnB and we were very pleased with our experience. The Dreamcatcher is a great location in Taos. The hosts were very nice people, professional and easy to deal with.
So glad we could be your first B&B experience. Hope to see you next time you come to Taos, and in the meantime, happy travels!
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.