Winner of "Best of the Southwest" from bedandbreakfast 2007-2008. Rustic and secluded country Inn, 7.5 miles from the Plaza, gourmet hot breakfast, fireplaces and stunning views of Rowe Mesa and the ortiz mountains. A 1950's adobe pueblo style hacienda totally remodeled with five themed bedrooms with private baths and a separate guest house with two additional rooms. The garden crawls with lizards in the summer and there is almost always blue sky with sunshine.The garden includes a koi pond with a waterfall which is very soothing. Star gazing is also very popular. At breakfast , we serve such tempting dishes as spinach cheese enchiladas with poached eggs, blue corn pancakes with blueberries and pinon nuts, and sourcream coffee cake just to name a few. We always have fresh fruit ,granola and yogurt.In the summer, we offer a high garden tea to our guests on Saturdays. You must make a reservation for this. We are on 10 acres with walking trails. Nature lovers dream with old world ambience.Website is bookable online.
5 on August 18, 2015
The Bob Cat Inn lies away from the noise of downtown Santa Fe on a mountain side. The breakfast is delicious. The service includes use of a big and very friendly living space, a shared refrigerator and the use of a beautiful halfway covered outdoor space with tables and chairs and a water fountain. It is a very peaceful place and we have come to stay there for many times over the years.
4.6 on April 28, 2015
Wonderful get away! Amy was a great hostess and terrific breakfast!
4.4 on June 02, 2014
Beautiful views, easy to find, very comfortable. The owner took good care of us and made sure that we found our way when we arrived later than originally expected.
5 on October 20, 2013
Great place to stay and relax. Highly recommended and would stay there again. The food, service, atmosphere, etc. are all top notch. Amy made us feel welcome and was very helpful and knowledgeable about things to see and do in Santa Fe. Prices are very reasonable and very competitive for the area.
3.8 on October 19, 2013
LOVED the Bobcat Inn! Felt completely at home in "our" Santa Fe country house. Charming, filled with fun objects, interesting books and a table full of local info and references. Lovely garden and pond, and varied, healthy and DELICIOUS breakfast. Just outside of town, in the mountains, with beautiful views. A welcome retreat. Amy was informative and hospitable. We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 day stay!
5 on September 06, 2013
The Inn was delightful. Delicious cookies awaited us upon our arrival. We stayed in the Fiesta Room. The room was very clean and decorated in Southwestern Santa Fe style - very colorful and charming. We relaxed on the patio near the waterfall and the evening sounds made for quite an enchanting respite. Breakfast was a delicious array of juice, coffee, fruit, granola, bacon and an amazing blueberry bread pudding with an apricot glaze. Truly an epicurian delight. Amy was a gracious hostess and made everyone feel right at home. I would heartily recommend the Bobcat Inn to my friends and family.
5 on September 03, 2013
I have stayed several times with my husband and also with friends. Anyone we have brought with us has been delighted by the the ambience, quiet homeyness, and the beautiful views. Breakfasts are wonderful and weather permitting, eating on the patio is the best. And you meet the nicest people! Bonnie and Bill Soley
4.0 on May 29, 2013
This is a charming, quaint B&B. The views are breathtaking, especially from the back area, and the backyard itself is charming and just what you want a B&B to look like. The rooms were a bit small and the lighting could be better. Amy, the innkeeper is an excellent cook and each day breakfast was different and delicious. The inn is about 4 or 5 miles out of Santa Fe, but that is not a problem as it's very easy to get in to town. All in all, a good choice.
4.8 on May 21, 2013
Excellent room, wonderful breakfast, marvelous hostess. Amy is very helpful with directions, dining options and fuel locations. The view is great and the facilities very inviting.
3.4 on March 12, 2013
The Inn is quite lovely, set against the foothills of Santa Fe,NM, with a nice trail out the backdoor.Sitting by the fireplace, sipping coffee, watching the snow fall quietly outside was exactly the medicine I needed. The food and coffee were exceptional. I will certainly be back, in the summer, hopefully to get to enjoy the beautiful patio!
Bright and cheerful from the morning sun. This room boasts of folk art, vigas (beams on the ceiling), pine plank flooring, and antique handmade quilts. There are also hand crewel pillows that add to the decor. The two twin beds can also be made into a king bed. The beds have comfortable pillow top mattresses, and we use the finest quality of linens. This room adjoins the Fiesta Room and can be rented with the Fiesta as a suite. This is a nice amenity for families or friends traveling together. There is a door with a deadbolt lock between the two rooms. You have a nice view of horses across the road. The private bathroom has a shower (no tub). We added central air conditioning in this room because it gets a lot of sun during the day and needed it. This is a great room for a girlfriend getaway for two old friends who want to enjoy the Santa Fe bed and breakfast experience. Amenities for this room include a coffee maker, local Pinon coffee, a carafe of purified water, a hair dryer, shampoo, and lotion.
The Fiesta Room is bright and bold with a turquoise painted wall, a glass table with carved horse head legs painted in hues of pink, red, and turquoise. The color palette is definitely Santa Fe. This is a very cozy room right off of the great room. This room has a queen bed with a New Mexican carved headboard and a Southwestern-style bedspread. There are lamps on both sides of the bed. We always use the finest linens to make our guests comfortable. There are oak hardwood floors. The view from this room is of the foothills with pinon and juniper trees. The private bathroom has a Mexican tiled shower (no tub) and lavatory with a Saltillo-tiled floor. The Fiesta Room can also be rented as a suite with the Soleil Room for families or friends traveling together. Amenities for this room include a coffee maker, local Pinon coffee, a carafe of purified water, a hair dryer, shampoo, and lotion.
Enjoy an unforgettable Santa Fe family vacation with lodging in the Kachina Room, our largest and most spacious room. With a king bed and a single day bed, this room can accommodate up to 3 people at an additional charge. Our rates are based on double occupancy. The decor is Southwest with hardwood floors and a collection of Hopi Kachina dolls. There are also several Native American Koshare dolls. Koshare is the clown that is usually carrying a watermelon. He brings a lot of fun and mischief to this room. Guests who are staying more than a few days tend to love this room because of its size and style. There is a TV in this room and plenty of light. We always use the finest of linens to make our guests comfortable. The private bathroom has an oversized shower (no tub) and is also handicapped/wheelchair accessible. Amenities for this room include a coffee maker, local Pinon coffee, a carafe of purified water, a hair dryer, shampoo, and lotion.
The Eldorado Room at our New Mexico inn has a fun Western flair with great Santa Fe style. There is a wonderful hand-carved wooden queen-size bed adorned with cowboy hats and a rope and lamps on each side. We always use the finest linens in our rooms. The warm plastered walls, vigas, and a real wood-burning kiva fireplace help to entice the guests to never leave the room. There are French doors opening to the courtyard. There is also another entrance back into the bed and breakfast from this room. The Eldorado Room is very good for bird watching and also has views of the foothills and Rowe Mesa. There is a small sitting area by the fireplace also including a TV. Our burning season is October through April. The private bathroom is very small with a shower (no tub). Amenities for this guestroom include a coffee maker, local Pinon coffee, a carafe of purified water, a hair dryer, shampoo, and lotion.
The Luna Room is all adobe and has vigas, (Mexican-style beams) adding to its rustic appeal. There is a queen bed with Adirondack-style furniture, making this room very cozy. We always use quality linens for our guests. There are lamps on each side of the bed and also a TV. The wood-burning kiva fireplace adds to its charm. Our burning season is October through April. The bathroom has a jetted tub and shower combination with ceramic tile. The Luna Room is at the back of the Inn, making it very private with nice views of the foothills and our garden. There are big Adirondack lounge chairs on the portal for both patio rooms to use. The French doors open to the courtyard and provide a private entrance. Parking for this room is also very close to its entrance. Amenities for this room include a coffee maker, local Pinon coffee, a carafe of purified water, a hair dryer, shampoo, and lotion.
gardens, foothills, high desert, Mountains
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 65 miles
From Santa Fe:Go south on the Old Pecos Trail to the Old Las Vegas Hwy. Turn left on the Old Las Vegas Hwy. Go 4.5 miles and we are right past the Bobcat Bite Restaurant.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Indian Pueblos, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Desk, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , full gourmet breakfast, handicapped accessible, owners live on site, located next to Bobcat Bite Cafe, gardens, garden high tea (summer) Saturday by reservation
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Private entrance
Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding
Ryan and Jessica (owners)
John and Amy go out of their way to make your stay at The Bobcat Inn a very special and memorable event. John is a chef in Santa Fe and Amy was a former caterer. Jennifer their 19 year old daughter also welcomes you. Amy's hobbies are antiques, gardening,fine dining and skiing.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian by request
spinach cheese enchiladas poached eggs
rolled corn tortillas filled with cheddar,monterey jack,and cottage cheese,onion,jalapeno(just a little),and black olives and topped with a mild green chile and spinach sauce and then layered with a little more cheese. This is served with poached eggs, salsa and sourcream. We serve this with such pastries as sweet potato biscuits, bananna nut bread,or sour cream coffee cake. We always have cereals, granola ,fresh fruit and yogurt too.