Your only opportunity to stay right in the heart of Zuni, this cheery inn is decorated with handwoven rugs, fine Zuni arts and crafts, and locally made furniture. Six of the rooms have private baths; two share a bath. Outside you can relax in the tree-shaded, enclosed, flagstone courtyard or walk the winding streets that surround Zuni's main plaza. Limited room service is available if you order ahead, or you may purchase ingredients at the tribe-staffed Halona Plaza market
next door—which is also where Inn guests must go to check in—and prepare a meal in the communal kitchen. The breakfasts (think blue-corn pancakes, made from scratch) are not to be missed. Between the host (the owners come from a historic trading family), the staff, and the comfortable (if a little overstuffed) rooms laden with Indian blankets and pottery, this is a Southwestern standout.