Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn
138 W. Manhattan Ave
Santa Fe | NM | 87501
$70 - $195
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Secluded historic, adobe, pueblo-style compound in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Located half block from Old Santa Fe Trail, thus a short stroll to NM State Capitol, San Miguel Mission, Oldest House, Loretto Chapel and the Santa Fe plaza. This award-winning Santa Fe b&b was once a circuit judge's estate- complete with stables, servants quarters and Indian Horno. Currently hosting 19 charmingly authentic adobe guest rooms -each with private bath (tub & shower), corner kiva fireplace, and modern amentities (cable tv, fridge, phone, wifi, coffee setups). Proud to have been voted "Outstanding Inn of the Southwest" by over 18,000 vistors and celebrating over 25 yrs of serving Santa Fe visitors. Known for gracious hospitality, excellent location, and great value(complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, parking, Wifi)in downtown Santa Fe. For a memorable vacation, experience historic Old Santa Fe in this authentic adobe pueblo-style estate. 1-800-461-4599
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In the Rooms
Check-In: 2:00 pm thereafter
Check-Out: 11:00 am
CC Accepted: Visa, MC, Disc, AX
Deposit: Credit Card hold
Children are: welcome
Pets are: not welcome
Cancellation: 5, 14 or 30 days advance notice from arrival date (depends on dates/special/events/holidays).
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit at Pueblo Bonito. My accommodations were quite comfortable and the staff very friendly. We even received an unexpected and very nice hand written note upon our return home. They made us feel at home and welcomed in a city that was full of intrigue and history. It was the perfect place to experience the southwest and we;'ll highly recommend it to our friends and family.Richard Fowler
We want to thank you for your hospitality, and particularly for the great tips about the surrounding areas to see and explore. Abiqu'u reservoir- was great and we had a really nice picnic lunch up there! Hope to see you again in the near future. VHVirginia Hass
We made it back home safely- back in Texas. Just wanted to tell you how much we enjoy coming to our second home at Pueblo Bonito. The two of you are wonderful hosts. This was the best visit to Santa Fe yet. Thank you for all you do in making our trip so great. We know you're busy planning a wedding for your daughter. Wow, how exciting! Hoping to see you again this summertime. If not, we will be back during the holidays. Maybe Thanksgiving this year. Take care and love to you both. Sincerely, CarolynCarolyn Sweetster
Pueblo Bonito was a perfect place to stay in Santa Fe. We loved our San Juan (room #4) accommodations and felt staying in a pueblo type inn gave us a feeling of traditional New Mexico. Thanks to you and Phyllis for all the information you shared with us. It truly helped us sort out what was most important to do during our stay. My only regret was that we didn’t have more time to do and see more. Congrats to you and yours on your daughter’s recent marriage. Warmest regards.Linda and Evans Scharf
Lovely Santa Fe b&b in downtown. Very convenient to historic sites, restaurants and museums. Comfortable rooms with real historic Santa Fe features. Gracious hosts and enjoyable food service.Claire Wilson
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Nearby AttractionsSanta Fe Plaza
Ski Santa Fe
Georgia O`Keeffe Museum
Site Santa Fe
Pecos National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
Santa Fe Indian Market
Loretto Chapel/Miracle Staircase
New Mexico State Capitol
San Miguel Mission
Palace of the Governors
New Mexico History Museum
St Francis Bastilica
New Mexico State Capitol Building
OLd Santa Fe Trail