Surrounded by thick walls, this early-1800s Pueblo Revival building—and the surrounding gardens—capture the spirit and style of Spanish-colonial Taos. The rooms, which are appointed with fresh-cut flowers, have kiva fireplaces, CD stereos, coffeemakers, and Mexican-tile bathrooms, and many have private patios or decks. The living room has a well-stocked library with books on Taos and art. Owners Jerry and Peggy Davis provide helpful advice about the area and serve
a generous breakfast, afternoon snacks, and evening coffee. Guests have privileges at the nearby health club (and the inn has its own hot tub).
Mar 15, 2007
Wife and I stayed here 3/11-3/16/07 in the Sky Room. Room was great, good views, comfy, kiva, outdoor deck, roomy bathroom. Peggy and Jerry, the owners, very accomodating, as was Colleen, who cooked breakfast and cleaned the rooms. Rooms were always clean; food was great; and afternoon snacks included. Short 3-4 block walk to the Plaza. Highly recommended.
Apr 15, 2005
We stayed for the first time for 3 nights the first of April. We really enjoyed the room, the great breakfasts, the service. Very private, romantic, lots of neat little touchs.