Bed And Breakfast Albuquerque, NM Inns - Come Stay Awhile!
Welcome To The Best Bed And Breakfast Albuquerque, NM List!
Let me tell you, these types of inns make traveling so much more interesting and relaxing. There are over a dozen Albuquerque bed and breakfast establishments and my job is to show the benefits of each one. (I know, it's tough to be me.)
This is because I want you to choose exactly the right inn for your stay. I'll highlight the special benefits of each lovely location (because how could I ever pick a favorite?) and all you have to do is pick your favorite.
Yeah, you might need a cup of coffee while you decide. There's a lot of wonderful aspects to every Albuquerque B&B.
In general these inns are owned and run by local proprietors. The great benefit to this is you know the owners and they know you. They have a vested interest in your happiness and satisfaction with your stay. It isn’t uncommon to meet the owner when you check-in and to grow a rapport with them during your stay.
When I was growing up we stayed in a bed and breakfast every year in Silverton, CO (The Wyman Hotel), and we became friends with the owners. It makes the trip even more fun because not only are you traveling to a place you enjoy, but you are also getting to see friends.
Most Albuquerque bed and breakfast owners will have an evening repartee with coffee, tea, cookies, teacake, etc. It varies from establishment to establishment, but it’s something to look for when you’re deciding where to stay.
Of course, it isn’t a B&B without the breakfast. Albuquerque bed and breakfast, as their name implies, should offer a hot breakfast every morning of your stay.
The best part is most bed and breakfast Albuquerque inns either hire in a trained chef or the owner loves cooking and will prepare the meals. Menus vary depending on the chef and the time of year, so check with your proprietor if you have any special requests or questions.
Now, let’s talk about my favorite part of these inns…
Bed and breakfast Albuquerque owners decorate their rooms in some of the most wonderful southwestern themes. In keeping with New Mexico’s environment expect to see Native American rugs, pottery, southwestern prints and art, and heavy hewn wood furniture.
Unless, of course, they're keeping to a historical theme. Then the furnishings in a bed and breakfast Albuquerque inn will be from whatever era the building is from. For many, it is turn of the century Victorian. It's like stepping through to another time and that's part of the charm.
All bed and breakfast Albuquerque rooms have special décor (or themes) and usually come with plush furnishings, fantastically decorated with art and decorative items, books, and thick, fluffy towels. Albuquerque bed and breakfast owners simply stick with styles native to New Mexico .
Finally, most owners are a wealth of knowledge and can point out things to do, places to eat, and interesting facts about the area you’re staying in. This is the kind of information that really helps you experience Albuquerque as it really is.
Why wouldn’t you want to stay in a B&B?
Here’s where the hard part comes in: choosing the right inn for your trip.
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Here are my favorite bed and breakfast Albuquerque inns. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Adobe Nido: This bed and breakfast Albuquerque Inn is owned by my friend Sarah and located in the epicenter of the city. She is a great source of information about things to see and do in the city. Plus, it's a pet friendly place!
The Bottger Mansion: Stay in Old Town and stay in Old World style. While many Albuquerque inns consist of casitas (separate abodes), at the Bottger you'll be staying in one of 7 rooms within the mansion. A different experience for sure! Plus, in the heart of Old Town you can shop, eat, and explore to your heart's content.
Casas De Suenos: The houses of sweet dreams, really. Several little casitas surround a beautiful courtyard complete with a gazebo. Casitas come with hot tubs, fireplaces, and beautiful furnishings. So lovely my best friend even had her wedding here!
Hacienda Antigua: Ready for a real time warp? The Hacienda Antigua is a 200+ year old adobe estate. "Hacienda" translates to large estate or plantation and it has the luxurious decor to match. Enjoy the palatial grounds, the swimming pool and the jacuzzi, and the friendly and helpful staff. I hear they even have an appetizer buffet!
Historic Heritage House, Courtesy Historic Heritage House
Historic Heritage House: Interested in a unique bed and breakfast Albuquerque stay? There are actually 4 historic houses to choose from, both located in Downtown Albuquerque. The Heritage House is a stately Victorian home offers 4 turn-of-the-century appointed rooms and elegant breakfast await you. The Spy House is a 1920's Arts and Crafts bungalow also with 4 comfortably decorated rooms. A gourmet breakfast and unique history lesson anticipate your arrival. Also, the Carriage House and Cabinet House properties are single occupancy locations ideal for extended stays.
The Inn At Paradise: A completely unique bed and breakfast Albuquerque inn! Located on the Desert Greens Golf Course not only do you have views, but you have full golfing amenities. 15 rooms, all with en suite baths, to accommodate your every need including romantic fireplaces and kitchenettes. An extended continental breakfast will get you ready for a day on the links.
Los Poblanos: This historic inn also has an organic farm on the premises. Located in bucolic Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, this inn treats guest to luxurious accommodations, beautiful surroundings, and "field to fork" dining. One of the most unique bed and breakfast Albuquerque inns, I think.
The Mauger Estate Inn: The Mauger ("Major") Estate is a century old Queen Anne mansion located in the central district of Albuquerque. Stay in one of eight rooms or in one of two townhouses! Dogs are welcome also!
Old Town Bed And Breakfast: Much like Casa de Suenos, Old Town B&B is located in a quiet residential area. Choose between the garden access room or the upper-level room (yep, only two rooms) and a delectable entree of the day to get your day started right.
Sarabande Bed And Breakfast: Sarabande is named for the pinky-red rose that grows on the property. Located in the quaint Village de los Ranchos, you'll be close to all the North Valley attractions. The zoo, the biopark, horse trails, Balloon Fiesta park, and beautiful rural scenery await you. I love this area of the North Valley and I think you will too.
Do you love the mountains? Then you'll love staying in Cedar Crest. High in the Sandia Mountains (the tail-end of the Rockies) you'll be able to enjoy all the sights and sounds of nature. It is about a 30 minute drive from the Albuquerque Airport.
Elaine's Bed And Breakfast: Head up to the cool mountain retreat of Elaine's B & B. A stately 3 story log cabin awaits you tucked in the forest of pine trees. Known for bringing out the romantic in its visitors you'll have an experience to remember as you take advantage of the beautiful surroundings, explore the Turquoise Trail nearby, or drive into Albuquerque.
Corrales is about 30 minutes from the Albuquerque airport and it is a more rural community. Expect to see horseback rides along the main highway. Specializing in peaceful, bucolic scenes Corrales is a great place to get away from it all.
Chocolate Turtle Bed And Breakfast: Considered a bed and breakfast Albuquerque inn, this cozy little bed and breakfast awaits you in Corrales. Only 4 rooms (and each with their own bathroom) makes for an intimate atmosphere. Each room welcomes you with fresh flowers and delicious chocolate turtle candies. Enjoy the gardens, the porch, sightseeing, take a walk along the acequias, or drive into Albuquerque for museums, dining and shopping.
Nora Dixon Place: A newer bed and breakfast, the Nora Dixon Place was built in 1960 but keeps with the area's traditional style of adobe. Nestled down by the river you'll have the opportunity to enjoy the relaxing courtyard and surrounding woods filled with Russian olives, cottonwoods, and various fruit trees. Choose from one of three beautifully appointed rooms and start each day with a full, fresh breakfast.
Sandhill Crane Bed And Breakfast: This bed and breakfast Albuquerque inn is actually located in Corrales, a more rural and quite town adjacent to Albuquerque. It is about a 30 minute drive from the Albuquerque airport. It's worth it though if you're looking for peace and serenity. It's nestled back away from the main road. I loved it so much I intended to get married here but our guest count was too high for them to accommodate.
Edgewood is beyond Cedar Crest and on the other side of the Sandia Mountain. Almost 40 minutes from the Albuquerque Airport you'll have a scenic, mountainous drive to relax and unwind. Enjoy the pastoral scenery and remote feeling of this little town and the additional choices to bed and breakfast albuquerque inns.
Lazy K Ranch Bed And Breakfast: If you love log cabins, mountain living, and wide open spaces with the stars twinkling overhead you'll enjoy staying at the Lazy K. Choose from the Main House's 10 bedrooms or the intimate Log Lodge's 2 bedrooms. Beau Beau and Moab are friendly pups waiting to greet their weary travelers. Enjoy a delicious hot breakfast to energize you for the day ahead.
Blue Horse Bed And Breakfast: Head up to the high desert foothills of the Sandia Mountains and stay at this lovely B&B. Beautiful southwestern designed rooms with romantic baths and inviting fireplaces await you. During the warm months enjoy your freshly prepared breakfast in the courtyard and head out for a day of hiking the nearby trails or venture into Albuquerque or Santa Fe.
I hope you enjoyed exploring all the great inns in Albuquerque. Of course, if you visit more than once you'll have the opportunity to stay in more than one. Have an excellent trip!
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