A rustically elegant mountain inn featuring three full-kitchen suites located on 43 forested acres near the Continental Divide along the Trail of the Ancients Byway. The B&B is ideally located between El Morro and El Malpais National Monuments, with access to the Cibola National Forest, near many natural and outdoor venues, and close to the Ramah Navajo and Zuni Reservations.
Bed and Breakfast Style
The building is constructed of recycled wood from an historic ice house from Phoenix, AZ as well as timbers harvested from the nearby Cibola National Forest. Each of the suites features queen beds, antique or southwest style furnishings, wood or tile floors. The Tierra Madre Art Gallery featuring regional Navajo, Zuni as well as other arts at fair trade prices is available to guests.
Breakfast Style ServedFull and Hearty Breakfast
Seasons OpenYear Around
Range of Rates$125 to $195
The inn espouses a strong conservation/green ethic utilizing roof water catchment, active recycling, use of perfume/dye-free cleaning products - and an avid local natural history emphasis.
Locally or Family Owned Business Notes
Innkeeper Sheri McWethy-Kennedy runs the B&B with assistance from her husband Tom and has been in operation for over fourteen years.
ADA Accessibility Notes
Minimal ADA accessibility.