The O. Henry Room is a standard-sized room with a queen bed, a kiva fireplace, viga beams, and a wood floor with area rugs. The bath is private with a large talavera-tiled shower. This room is named for the famed short-story writer whose work was edited by Bynner when they lived in New York. The sale by Bynner of three short stories by O. Henry paid for the construction of several rooms in the house.
"Cozy, interesting bed & breakfast in Santa Fe"
4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 13, 2012 NEW
I really enjoyed my stay at the Turquoise Bear. It was a great location to use as my home base for several days of touring the area and Santa Fe itself. Location is very convenient to Routes 25 and 14.
I stayed in the O. Henry room. I loved the character of the room and the Inn overall. My room was clean and had what seemed to be a relatively recently updated bathroom. Bed was really comfortable. Breakfast was tasty, with a nice diversity of offerings. I think everyone could find something that they like. Fruit and cookies are available 24 hours a day, if you have a late night craving. As many other reviews mention, one of the best things about staying here is the team who manage the inn. Robert, Greg, Louis, and Tom are all incredibly friendly, welcoming, and helpful.
Ajin - New York