We stayed here 10 years ago to celebrate my husband's 50th birthday. We had a great time then and now. This is a cozy, comfortable place with great breakfast and afternoon tea. The staff is attentive and friendly. They do not serve dinner but why should they ... it is Sante Fe.....
This B&B is the our favorite in Santa Fe. The Victorian style house is fantastic as is the fresh, daily baked cookies. The owner Carolyn and staff have always made us feel like family. The food is the best around. The evening social get together is always wonderful. We have met SO many great people from around the world. A short walk to the Plaza and a wonderful environment.
Great location for walking to Plaza and other sights. The green chile chicken stew and tamales at breakfast were especially good. Service was very friendly and efficient. All in all a very enjoyable stay.
Wonderful property, wonderful people in a wonderful town---what more could one ask? We stayed at Hacienda Nicholas for five days in September--our third stay with Carolyn, Marilee, and Regan! We were delighted to reacquaint and enjoy their company. All of them were knowledgeable and ready to help with whatever one might need. There are many properties in Santa Fe, but none better than this¿¿
Great room with small balcony, only problem was in bed you can't see the TV becaue the foot board blocks your view, (I can't believe no one else has complained about this and they never mounted the TV on the wall). Bkf was good, wish there was more than one choice thou. And they made it sound like it was closer to the Square. Short walk, we didn't mind.
Whilst El Paradero is a large B&B it always feels intimate. Sue Jett and staff are friendly and helpful, the room comfortable and characterful, the breakfast and snacks delicious, and the walk-into-town location was perfect for us.
Manuel & Carolina Lezcano de Orleans Owners of Casa Culinaria Don Gaspar are not to be outdone! A real diamond in the rough! While they are still undergoing some refurbishing, this is without a doubt a real gem. Three charming homes built in the early 1900's, surrounded by lush gardens. The rooms are beautifully redone with the inn keepers private antique collection. It's beautiful, quiet, and very peaceful. Carolina; La Cordon Bleu trained, served an exquisite, breakfast every morning which was healthy, delicious, and beautifully presented. Not a single detail missed! Together, their warm hospitality truly makes this a Five-Star experience not to be missed.
We stayed here to attend the Santa Fe Opera, which is about 20 miles away. We had a wonderful stay at the Inn at the Delta. This family run B&B is fabulous. I inquired about restaurants and their suggestions were terrific. The rooms are huge and furnished with beautiful handmade furniture in the Northern New Mexico Style. The floors are beautiful Mexican style tile. Rooms have kiva fireplaces (we didn't use it), A/C, fridge, microwave, and coffeepot. Beds were comfortable and made up with nice linens. The breakfast, at least on the day we were there, was a delicious burrito or there was a plentiful selection of cereals, fruit, yogurt, juice, coffee, and breakfast breads. We will stay at the Inn at the Delta when we come back to the Espanola area.
We took the Railrunner from Albuquerque and planned a "walking" vacation. This B&B was perfect for that: equidistant between the Railyard area and the plaza. We stayed in one of two suites in a separate building, so it was very quiet...no noise from other guests coming and going, which wonderful for a light sleeper like myself Sue and her staff served the best breakfasts by far of any B&B I've stayed in.
An enchanting, historian property within close walking distance of both the plaza area and the rail yard area of Santa Fe. Rooms are small, but quaint and well appointed. The courtyard and common areas are comfortable and lovely. The homemade breakfasts are fresh and delicious. The innkeeper/staff were warm and welcoming. A great find.
The Inn at the Delta is a lovely B and B with the biggest suites i've ever been in! The in keepers are very nice. The rooms are clean with very nice southwestern furnishings. Each room is named for a saint and has a picture of the saint in a niche near the entry. The most important thing for me is that there was no smell of cigarette smoke or perfumes anywhere! I'm very sensitive to both. It is always a risk for me even in non-smoking environments because sometimes the help smokes or they use heavily perfumed laundry and cleaning products. I could detect none of that, which was really nice. The only perfumed items in there are the shampoo, conditioner, and hand soap, none of which were heavily perfumed and in any case i had my own. Each room has a jacuzzi bath with plenty of hot water for soaking. It was luxury living. The breakfast was a continental breakfast with a homemade coffee cake, cereal, fruit, orange juice, tea, coffee, and New Mexico breakfast burritos. They could use a bit of variety with the breakfast but other than that I have no criticism. The only other thing to know about is that the B and B is hard to find and needs a better sign. My phone's mapping program stopped short of the actual location. Fortunately we got directions by calling the furst time we stayed with them. This was our second stay with the Inn. I dont see any reason to stay in the overpriced hotels in Santa Fe when this gem is available 20 minites down the road. For dinner and linch you will still need to drive in to Santa Fe as there isnt much in Espanola.
We have been staying at Hacienda Nicholas for many years. It features a charming and comfortable setting and is a short stroll from the plaza. Off a quiet street which buffers the hustle and bustle of Santa Fe. Great breakfasts and other amenities, a hidden jewel!
This was our third stay in room12 for the "3 cousins." As before, it was perfect. The breakfasts are delicious and afternoon tea is a dessert bonanza. Staying here is relaxing, quiet and the decor is a treat for the eyes. Lucky us!
Only regret is that we only had one night at this wonderful, quiet and private enclave just a short walk from the Plaza area. Our casita was well-appointed with its own patio and jetted tub for two, full kitchen and all the amenities we needed. Breakfast outside was delightful!
I enjoyed the comfort of this charming place. The staff, both Maura and Norma, were gracious and helpful. The breakfast was plentiful and beautifully presented. I also enjoyed the sweet teats at afternoon tea. I was up early to go for a walk. The area as quiet and easy to navigate. This stay was a real pleasure. I would select this site again when I return to Santa Fe.
Merrilie and staff made this experience feel like a home away from home. I loved how near the Hacienda Nicholas was to the core of Sante Fe at the same time hidden away, quiet and private. My room was cosy and my experience excellent...plan to return.
We stayed in the guest house, Ortiz Suite which was not attached to the main building. It was an awesome, quiet retreat with its own parking right outside the door. The breakfasts were very good and the staff friendly and helpful. This location is an easy 5 minute walk to the Santa Fe Plaza...very relaxing and convenient. We will return to the El Paradero in the future!
My two nights stay at Four Kachinas Inn with two friends earlier this month was full of charm,relaxation and comfort.The beautiful adobe style house was very tastefully decorated .It was spotlessly clean.The proprietors were welcoming,professional and delightfully shared suggestions of the places of interest and dining opportunities.The dining room across the courtyard was very welcoming for breakfast and open for drinks and cookies late afternoon/evening.Food was all home cooked and fresh fruit plates delicious Located a short distance from the Plaza and several places of interest. Please consider this as a B&B option if you are visiting Santa Fe.. I would certainly stay there again. ..