Once a ramshackle 180-year-old adobe hacienda, this homey B&B on 7½ verdant acres has been completely outfitted with the owners' hand-carved doors and furniture, Western artifacts, and antiques—all have private entrances, and some have fireplaces. There are 80-mi views from the outdoor hot tub, and a shady veranda surrounds the courtyard. The owners welcome families. Breakfasts are healthy and hearty.
Aug 1, 2007
The couple that runs this B&B has poured their heart and soul into every aspect of it. You won't find a better place. The room we had was fabulous, the service friendly and simply excellant, the food terrific and their dogs are perfect with the guests. I hate to give them such great marks as the next time I go to Taos I'm sure they will be booked, but they deserve the aclaim. The inn is five minutes driving from the Plaza but in our view that
was a wonderful plus to have some quiet after enjoying the bustle of the town. The hot tub at 10pm under the stars is ideal. We will be back along with their other regulars.
Jul 19, 2003
We stayed at the Old Taos Guesthouse after leaving the Taos Inn after one night. The Old Taos Guesthouse was wonderful; the "Taos Suite" is beautiful, the grounds are well maintained, the owners are incredibly friendly and helpful, and the food was delicious. They were also very welcoming of kids, and even lent us their baby backpack for a hike in Taos Ski Valley. It was a great place to stay!