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.
It was an Awesome stay! We really enjoyed Yolanda's Hospitality. Wish we could have stayed longer. It was such a "Homely" feeling. The House, the yard was Beautiful! We will definitely be back. Alma & Sonny from Amarillo, Tx
We were not expecting such charm and beauty in and around our Casita. Very well stocked, and so very comfortable! Fresh fruit for the picking in the yard plus a garden of greens at our front door. I enjoyed sitting on the porch or inside enjoying the old world, Pueblo feel. Bradley was very kind and helpful making us feel at home. The little town of Arroyo Seco was magical with local artists shops and several wonderful restaurants. We will defiantly return!
My husband and I recently celebrated our 32nd anniversary at Taos Country Inn. It was fabulous! We loved the peace and quiet, the lovely grounds, the beautiful rooms, and...Yolanda. Although it is far away from noise and stress, it remains only about 5 minutes driving time or less away from the main plaza in Taos. The rooms are as beautiful as they are depicted on the website. The flowers and trees on the site are appealing and lovingly maintained. We will be back.
We were told about Casa Gallina by a friend who recently moved to Taos after buying a business ...Taos Clay. She did not steer us wrong....what a wonderful homey place! Richard was there to greet us and explain everything....what a welcome! The accommodations are lovingly decorated with artistic flair and eye to creative detail. A feast for the eye! Richard has thought of everything that his guests could need and provided it. You really DO feel like you have arrived home. Next time we WILL STAY LONGER! Thank you so much for making us feel like we were HOME!
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.
My husband and I stayed here for 2 nights at the end of July. The inn is wonderfully maintained, and our room had everything we needed in it and was extremely clean, as was the rest of the inn. The Location was wonderful as it was just 2 blocks from the plaza, a 5 minute walk. It was nice and quite, with beautiful grounds and areas to sit and relax. And the breakfast was outstanding. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will be back again!
A prefect time and location, close to the heart of Taos but on a quiet country road. Owner knows the area well and gave good recommendations for dinner and museums. Will definitely recommend this spot to anyone planning to visit this area.
I had never been to New Mexico and always wanted to go for a creative retreat. I found Casa Gallina a bit on a whim--looked at the pictures, read the reviews, and booked in about 15 minutes. Best 15 minute decision ever! The property is beautiful, with Richard's heart and soul evident in every little touch. I've never felt more welcome upon arriving at a destination ever! Map, directions, tips on restaurants, things to do, coffee places (and oh...the coffee from World Cup...) The cassitas are homey and gorgeous and comfortable and every day Richard stops by with a little extra something from his own kitchen or yard. The chickens are soothing, the sky is huge--if you want to experience New Mexico, do it from Casa Gallina!
Our host LeAn was welcoming and helpful with evening plans. And she cooked up a memorable breakfast which we enjoyed while chatting with her about cats, peacocks, and all things Taos. The room was comfortable Southwest and having a fireplace with real wood was a special treat. I'd definitely return to American Artists Gallery House on my next stay in Taos.
Case Gallina is a perfect way to experience the rustic beauty that is Taos. Every aspect of our cottage was great- it was cozy and convenient - had exactly what we needed- good coffee- cozy bed with nice sheets- a great fireplace- chickens in the back yard that offered us the most delicious eggs ever! I will return again and again! Thank you, Richard. I know there is a lot hard work and attention that goes into the east and simplicity of it all. Kindly, Todd
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.
If you want to be among the scenery and stars, enjoy a room, fireplace or near a little village, look no further than Adobe & Stars. The breakfast is the highlight of this place with Corrinne giving hospitable and French touches to each breakfast each morning. We were slow to leave but want to come back again.
The Inn was lovely, inside and out and decorated beautifully for Christmas. Every room was clean and delightful to include the living room and dining room. The Inn was easy to find and once there we had easy access to our room which was large and well-appointed and also very clean. Yolanda, the owner, made our stay special and treated us like old friends. She was delightful and funny and very helpful in recommending good restaurants and even the best slopes for skiing. Altogether it was a wonderful place to stay and we will go back again.
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!
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!