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This inn is so charming - it was hard to leave each day and head into town or go hiking. It's a short walk to the plaza and an easy drive to hiking trails. Each day we had an amazing breakfast, specially prepared from a...More
My husband and I stayed here our first 2 nights in NM. The Inn is a 45 minute drive from Albuquerque and easy to find with the host's driving directions. Check in was quick and easy, with the innkeeper showing you to your room and...More
We have just returned from a wonderful long weekend stay at the Inn of the Turquoise Bear. The Inn is incredible with hosts that genuinely want to make your stay as close to perfect as possible. From breakfast each morning to the wine social each...More
A really wonderful place to stay when you visit Santa Fe!!! Dan Clark, Innkeeper, really makes you feel special and you'll leave planning your next visit. I recommend it highly and can't wait until I can go back again.
We just had a wonderful two-night stay at Inn of the Turquoise Bear, and it could not have been any better. The property is nestled in a 1-acre grove of pine trees, and once we drove onto the property, we were instantly charmed by the...More
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US$199 - US$378 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Most holiday activities in Santa Fe occur between Thanksgiving and Christmas; however, the Plaza area is still decorated until after the new year. You can always check the online events calendar for Santa Fe to check on any... More
Most holiday activities in Santa Fe occur between Thanksgiving and Christmas; however, the Plaza area is still decorated until after the new year. You can always check the online events calendar for Santa Fe to check on any events/activities the week after Christmas.
As far as the walk from Inn of the Turquoise Bear to the Plaza area, I would say it takes about 10 - 15 minutes at a leisurely pace. The terrain is flat, so you don't have to walk up any steep inclines. Just be aware that the Old Santa Fe Trail is usually a busy road, so watch young children to ensure they don't step out in front of traffic.
It is a small air conditioned BandB with the owners on site. Im not sure what you mean (hearing impaired). I do not think they "Sign" but I am sure they will do anything they can to help. The couple who owns the B&B are very... More
It is a small air conditioned BandB with the owners on site. Im not sure what you mean (hearing impaired). I do not think they "Sign" but I am sure they will do anything they can to help. The couple who owns the B&B are very nice. When we stayed there, we arrived late and we called them to let them know what time we might arrive. The owner was there with their beautiful "Lab" dog to greet us when we arrived, both were very friendly.
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