Inn of the Turquoise Bear - a Santa Fe Bed Breakfast

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The Edna Millay Room

The distinguished poet, Edna St. Vincent Millay, was once engaged to Bynner. The room named for her is a pleasant room with a view across the grounds toward the Old Santa Fe Trail and the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The bed is queen-sized and there is a small sofa, kiva fireplace, viga ceilings, and a saltillo tile floor. The bath, accessed from a common foyer, is shared with the Willa Cather Room. This room also opens onto the small Eden Tree Courtyard.

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Immersed in the histroy of Santa Fe!

Reviewed May 4th, 2012
" Beautiful, old, adobe buildings allowing you to be immersed in the histroy of Santa Fe. The Inn keeper was friendly and helpful, and could fix a breakfast that made you anxious to wake up in the mornings. John, who works at the Inn, has a relaxed comfortable personality, and is just fun to talk to. The wine hour makes you feel at home. It was a wonderful experience. Also the Inn is an ideal distance from Old Santa Fe."
Ron and Marg Price, PA


The Historic Edna Millay Bed & Breakfast Room
at the Inn of the Turquoise Bear, Santa Fe, New Mexico Lodging, NM



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