The Best Place to Stay for a Santa Fe Ski Vacation this Winter

Cute yong couple in ski gear holding a snowboard and skis surrounded by snow in Northern New Mexico

Where the high desert meets the Southern Rockies lies a magical place for a wonderful winter getaway. If you love to play in the snow, but you also appreciate good food and quiet comfort, then stay with us for a Santa Fe ski vacation that offers it all. You’ll be surrounded by ultimate coziness which Read More …

Adventures With Flo: The Jemez Mountain Trail National Scenic Byway

Innkeeper's motorcycle near Jemez

  One of eight official “byways” in New Mexico, the Jemez Mountain Trail National Scenic Byway is chock full of scenic vistas, natural beauty, cultural and historic sites. This 160-mile loop from Santa Fe accommodates most vehicles, with nice roads and offers a convenient and rewarding way to experience the best of Northern New Mexico—in Read More …

Explore the Great Outdoors in Santa Fe

Horseback Riding Outdoor Adventure in Santa Fe

Santa Fe is known for its year-round enjoyable weather with over 300 days of sunshine each year. The abundance of nature and gorgeous scenery make Santa Fe the perfect destination for anyone who appreciates nature or wants to get some fresh air. Regardless of the season, there are many outdoor activities for people of all Read More …

Adventures with Flo: Scenic Pecos River Road

Innkeeper's motorcycle at the Pecos River

About 30 minutes Southeast of Santa Fe is the city of Pecos, New Mexico.  It’s the gateway to the great outdoors!  Pecos is a place to hike, fish, horseback ride, and meditate.  Pecos is a western saga situated near an all-weather pass where the West was lost and won time and time again.  First came Read More …

Adventures with Flo: La Cieneguilla Petroglyph Site

La Cieneguilla Petroglyphs, Santa Fe

I recently acquired a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.  Some would say it’s my mid-life crisis….to me it’s my mid-life freedom!  My new 2016 Softail Slim S, is named Bad Ass Flo, in honor of my mother Florence, whom we lost just a year ago.  I’ve always wanted to own a Harley, but it didn’t make much sense Read More …

Top 4 Trails for Santa Fe Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking paradise in Santa Fe

Mountain Biking in Santa Fe Santa Fe offers more than 300-miles of mountain-biking trails surrounding the city.  In 2014, the International Mountain Bicycling Association recognized Santa Fe as a 2014 Silver Level Ride Center. There are 37 ride centers around the world and only 12 of them are Silver. Whether you want adrenalin-producing technical challenges Read More …

Free Live Music in the Heart of Santa Fe – Santa Fe Bandstand

Santa Fe Plaza Bandstand and Dancing

Summer Music at the Bandstand   Free concerts at the Santa Fe bandstand, a National Historic Landmark in the Santa Fe Plaza, will run from July 5-August 26, Tuesday–Saturday at 6pm. Bands will offer New Mexico polkas, honky tonk with a Cajun flavor, world music from Mali, folk/country/bluegrass, hip hop, blues, jazz, rock and  funk. Read More …

White Water Rafting Near Santa Fe

White water river rafting adventure in New Mexico

Thanks to above-average snowfall in the mountains north of New Mexico this year, it promises to be a spectacular summer for white-water rafting.  A number of local outfitters offer everything from transportation to and from the rivers, food and drink, and, of course, all the equipment you will need to have the experience of a Read More …

Winter Recreation in Santa Fe :: Romantic New Mexico B&B

Cross country skiing in Santa Fe

Santa Fe – Winter Sports Haven With an average of 300 sunny days a year and plenty of snow during the winter season, Santa Fe is a winter recreation paradise. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, a downhill skier, snowboarder, or cross country skier, you’ll enjoy miles of challenging trails, beautiful panoramic mountain vistas Read More …

Hiking in and around Santa Fe, New Mexico

Hiking with Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range looming

Spring, summer, fall and even winter provides perfect days to hike the outdoors in Santa Fe. The weather is usually comfortably warm during the day and cools down
nicely in the evenings. The dramatic colors of the vegetation and rocks add to the magic of hiking. A Few of Our Favorite Santa Fe Trails… We can Read More …