Stately Southwestern Suite with Private Bath in Santa Fe, New MexicoSanta Fe, New Mexico (United States of America)
Stately Southwestern Suite with Private Bath in Santa Fe, New Mexico
This spacious southwestern-style suite is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and will comfortably accommodate up to four guests. This room is made up of one bedroom and one private bath. In the bedroom, guests will find a king-size bed, as well as a comfortable loveseat that doubles as a pull-out double bed. The private bath has a toilet, a sink, and a shower. All linens are provided. Guests will have views of the mountains. There is also cable television and Wi-Fi. Outside, guests will find a courtyard and a patio, with plenty of outdoor furniture.
This property has been restored with historical accuracy, from in living and dining areas by the fireplace, to spectacular grounds free for guests to enjoy. Guests will be provided with a delicious breakfast daily, as well as snacks, fruit, coffee, and tea throughout the day. All accommodations have private baths, as well as cable television and high-speed Wi-Fi. Guests will also enjoy the coffee-maker, bottled water, fan and air conditioning, and extra blankets and pillows if needed. Guests will also be able to use the shared fireplace, as well as provided books and games.
- Linens and pillows
- Game room
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Santa Fe, New Mexico (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
Guests will enjoy the food, entertainment, and outdoor activities available in Santa Fe, from visiting galleries and museums to hiking and biking. During the summer, guests should visit the Artist Markets, located in Railyard Park every Saturday, while the SWAIA Winter Indian Market is on during the cooler months. The New Mexico Museum of Art is nearby and is a great spot for a quick history lesson or to enjoy one of the many exhibitions that are displayed throughout the year. Closer to home, guests can enjoy the many walking trails that sit on the property, or just relax by the waterfall and koi pond.
For a fun day trip, guests could visit The Eight Northern Pueblos or the Jemez Mountain Trail and Los Alamos, both of which are not far by car. The Turquoise Trail and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center are also worth a visit and sit just outside of Santa Fe.