Santa Fe, NM 

Pueblo Bonito Bed and Breakfast Inn

138 W Manhattan Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501 US
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Rates: $90 to $185
Total Rooms: 18
Overall Rating: 5 hearts (8 reviews)


Circa 1860. A thick adobe wall surrounds the grounds of this bed and breakfast estate, once the home of a circuit judge. An authentic Indian "orno" oven is attached to the main house. Red brick pathways, old elm trees and a private hot tub add to the atmosphere. In the late afternoon, guests are treated to complimentary margaritas, wine and afternoon tea fare. The inn was selected as Santa Fe's second best Bed and Breakfast for the year 2000 by The Reporter, a local newspaper.Publicity and Awards: New Mexico Magazine (June 2012), Sunset Magazine (Jan. 2004), Santa Fean Magazine (March, 2004), Diversion Magazine (January 2005), Washington Post (October 2004), Innsider Magazine, Country Inns Magazine, NY Times 2010, Sunset Magazine (2011), Voted "Outstanding Inn of the West and Southwest" by over 18,000 visitors to the region.Location: City/Urban and Downtown Historic District.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $90 to $185
Payment types accepted include Discover, Travelers Checks, Visa, Master Card, Personal Checks, American Express and cash.
Rooms: This property has 18 total guest accommodations, 19 with private bath, 18 with fireplaces, 7 suites.
The types of beds available include Queen and King.


Minimum Stay Requirements: No minimum stay requirements except for holidays, weekends and special events.
Cancellation: 5 days advance notice to arrival date. Holidays and special events require between 14 and 30 days. Call for clarification or look at confirmation email for specifics.
Smoking: Outside Only.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Afternoon Tea, Breakfast, Hors d'oeuvres, Afternoon tea includes famous "Pueblo Punch, lemonade, tea, wine, chips & salsa and cookie varities.
Types of meals: Afternoon Tea, Continental Plus Breakfast, Hors d'oeuvres, Continental Breakfast, Snacks/Refreshments, Breakfast buffet - fresh fruits, baked goods (coffee cake, breads, pastries), toaster items (variety of bagels, english muffins, waffles, french toast), smears (salmon, chive, veggie, whipped), raspberry preserves, peanut butter, boiled eggs, cereals (oatmeal, granola, corn flakes, raisin bran), juices, coffee, teas, silk, milk and and gluten free items (upon request).
Amenities In Room: Fireplace, Cable TV, Air Conditioning, Reading Lamps, Bath Amenities, Modem Hook-Up, Iron/Ironing Board, Wireless Internet Access, Clock Radio, Hair Dryer, Data Ports, Refrigerator, Telephone, Television, Coffeemaker, Private bath (tub & shower), working kiva fireplace, telephone, cable flat screen TV, WiFi, refrigerator, microwave and coffee set ups - all complimentary.
Amenities On Site: Phone, Limited Handicap Access, Laundry Facilities, Gift Shop, Fireplace, Fax, Copy Machine, Television, afternoon tea consisting of complimentary margaritas, wine, cheese/crackers and on-site parking.
Business Traveler Amenities: Iron/Ironing Board, Wireless Internet Access, Television, Hair Dryer, Modem Connection, Gym Nearby, Daily Newspapers, Internet Access, FAX On-site and T-1 Line - high security (government employees).
Transportation Services: Airport Pickup.


Events Hosted: Family Reunions, Honeymoons, Weddings, Romantic Getaways and tours.
Other Activities: Canoeing/Kayaking, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Live Theater, Museums, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Skiing Cross Country, Skiing Downhill, Sports Events, Major College, Bicycling, Antiquing, Art Galleries, Tennis, Wineries, White Water rafting, Santa Fe Opera, Wheelwright Museum, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Bandelier National Park, Tent Rocks, Santa Fe Ski Basin, Canyon Road, San Miguel Mission, Loretto Chapel, Canyon Rd and .

Recommended Restaurant(s)

Rio Chama, Pink Adobe, Guadalupe Cafe, Restaurant Martin, Geronimos, El Farol, The Shed, Pasquals, Osteria, , Marias, Tomasitas, Coyote Cafe, Galisteo Bistro...., Galisteo Bistro, Osteria, 315, .

Historic Interest

Built in early 1860s, originally a circuit judges home- complete with stables, servants quarters and a Indian bread horno completely surrounded by a thick adobe wall providing the current property with privacy and quiet grounds. Sold in the 1930s to a New York gentlemen who converted this pristine property to apartments providing homes for Santa Fe's starving artist population. Known for it's colorful history, it is said that a brothel as well as a grocery operated out of Pueblo Bonito at one point in the past. Amy & Herb Behm moved from Dallas, Tx as a young married couple to create the loved b&b as we know it today. Guests have enjoyed the authentic expereince of adobe, vigas, hard wood floors and nichos for the past 28 years!
Historic Awards: Local Register (Granted).
Historic Memberships: City Historical Society.
Historic sites nearby: Historic downtown Santa Fe plaza, La Fonda, St. Francis Cathedral, Old Santa Fe Trail, Cross of the Martyrs, Lorreto Chapel (all within walking distance), Bandelier National Monument, Pecos National Monument (both a 20 minute drive)

Romantic Interest

Historic adobe pueblo-style architecture full of southwestern ambiance and charm. Each room has corner wood burning kiva fireplace, private bath with tub & shower and quiet secluded grounds. Private entrances available in most rooms. Cozy, warm and welcoming.