Amongst the rich and unique adobe atmosphere of Santa Fe rests many a bed & breakfast; quiet, warm, and welcome getaways that offer the sweet comforts of Santa Fe on a more affordable and friendly scale! These gems of the city can be found throughout the town, and often provide hospitality year-round! From the sunny, floral grounds of the Pueblo Bonito to the historic Inn of the Turquoise Bear, from adobe mansions to peaceful Spanish casitas, the Santa Fe B&B scene has it all!


At the Heart of Santa Fe: Downtown Bed & Breakfasts

Looking to stay in the heart of Santa Fe? We recommend two of Santa Fe’s finest: the El Farolito Bed & Breakfast Inn and the Pueblo Bonito Santa Fe. Both located only a short walk to the Plaza, the New Mexico State Capitol, and the Railyard Arts District, these bright and beautiful B&Bs offer a wonderful way to get to know Santa Fe. The El Farolito offers a concierge, a free buffet breakfast, Wi-Fi, television, and more! Likewise, the Pueblo Bonito is only a short stroll away from the sights and sounds with rooms nestled in the warmth and beauty of Santa Fe’s staple adobe architecture. Every room at Pueblo Bonito offers luxury linens and Pendleton blankets, a writing desk, and vintage art, decor, and books sourced from vendors throughout New Mexico. It is also a wonderful place to get started on one of Santa Fe’s many local scavenger hunts like the one offered by DiscoverSantaFe, a memorable way to explore the city! If you’re searching for a home away from home that is comfortable, caring, and welcoming, these amazing B&Bs are wonderful options.


A Romantic Stay 

For a truly romantic stay in downtown Santa Fe, we recommend the Inn of the Turquoise Bear: a 9-bedroom estate that has been home to some of the city’s most famous and iconic artists, musicians, and authors. The #1 ranked B&B in Santa Fe and over 130 years old, the Inn of the Turquoise Bear offers all of the charms and wonders of the city while ensuring a private, memorable, and remarkably accommodating vacation experience. Offering a multi-course gourmet breakfast and access to some of Santa Fe’s finest landmarks and attractions, this is the perfect stay for those looking to immerse themselves in the rich history of the City Different. 


Bed & Breakfasts Outside of Santa Fe 

Looking to stay outside of the busy streets of downtown Santa Fe? The Bobcat Inn bed & breakfast is located on Old Las Vegas Highway, a throughway that shares in the history of the famous Old Santa Fe Trail trading route. With a beautiful garden and a gorgeous view of both the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountain ranges, this is an affordable and accommodating option located in a quieter and more private area of Santa Fe. Want to wander even further into the history of New Mexico? Or looking to stay somewhere that has a little more access to both the outdoor wonders of Santa Fe and its surrounding wilderness areas? We suggest the Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast, a quaint and romantic establishment located in the culturally fascinating village of Chimayo. With museums, wineries, and authentic New Mexican restaurants only minutes away, the Casa Escondida is a trip into the area’s colonial Spanish past – something that no trip to New Mexico is complete without! 

The homes and haciendas of Santa Fe are a distinct part of its culture and history. Over the years, these places have become little homes away from home for many travelers. Whether it’s for a night or even a day, we’re excited you’ve chosen Santa Fe. Welcome to the City Different!