Breakfast was great. We enjoyed the options available. Room was clean and well appointed. Bed was comfortable. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The flowers on the grounds are amazing. Easy walk to downtown area. Would stay again!
We thoroughly enjoyed our two night stay in June. Peggy is a delightful host and offers a delicious breakfast each morning. Our room was cozy, as were the linens and the bed. It was so relaxing to read and enjoy a glass of wine anywhere on the beautiful grounds. We loved the convenience of being only a few blocks from the plaza. Best of all it it is dog friendly and had two very sweet dogs, Winston and Lacy. We will certainly be back!
The Inn on La Loma Plaza Is just a lovely place to spend some time! The staff is so attentive and friendly (including the two wonderful pups, Lacy and Winston, who will greet you each day with a tail wag!). The grounds are just beautiful with several places to sit and read or have a glass of wine, the location is perfect for walking into downtown Taos for shopping, eating, visiting the plaza, or attending a concert in the park, and the rooms are all large, individually designed & themed, and comfortable. I would be remiss to not add that the breakfasts are delicious! Go and enjoy!
This is a 10 room B&B in an historical 1800 building that is on the National Register. The common areas are well decorated where you can relax. Breakfast is awesome and fresh and very well prepared and organized. Peggy, the owner, is a wonderful host and is very helpful with recommendations for dinner and touring. It is walkable to Taos Square but still in a quiet area. You can select your room on the website or through the third party site and the rooms are authentically designed. Peggy has two sweet dogs, Winston & Lacey, who will keep you company if you like. We would stay here again when we return to the area in the future.
A nice little Inn that’s hard to find at first. The parking is on a dirt road with not a lot of spots to park. On the outside it’s beautiful and on the inside it’s equally beautiful. The rooms are nice and clean with a fireplace in the rooms (not sure if they are working fireplaces due to it being warm when we went there). Some of the rooms had a mini fridge in there. Ours which was on the bottom floor was in the bathroom. There’s a breakfast menu that you fill out and hand it in to the front desk by 8pm. On the menu you circle the time you want your breakfast at, earliest being 7:30am and until 9:30am with some choices like scrambled eggs, English muffins, cinnamon rolls ,muffins, bagels, toast, coffee cake, fruit bowls, yogurt, granola, scones and beverages from orange juice, grapefruit juice, coffee and milk. You can use the living room up until 8pm. We bought from Albertsons that was only 0.9 miles away a bottle of wine, snacks and paper cups (you can also use the 2 glass cups that are in the bathroom) and we took it into the living room with the other family that came with and played chess (there was a chess set there, a lounge chair with ottoman, chairs and a couch) and socialized and drank wine. It was a nice place to stay overnight. If you are in Taso you should check it out and stay there.…
We stayed in the Spanish Colonial room. It was nicely decorated and had lots of room for the two of us. Big comfortable bed. Tasty breakfast provided daily. Very close to the plaza area, yet not much traffic and activity in the neighborhood. Easy ample parking. Highly recommend!
There are some fantastic things about this Inn. The grounds are beautiful, the rooms are unique, the area is quiet and residential, there is a lot of interesting memorabilia around. The staff member we most interacted with, Lucinda, was so sweet and accommodating. The walk to town is ok. The sidewalk is across a busy street, although you can walk along side of the road. I'd agree with the score of 76, "somewhat walkable". There is a two week cancellation policy, and I really try to avoid making reservations that are that restrictive. Because, things happen, like Covid and wildfires. Peggy was kind enough to point out that she would provide a "rain check" if we cancelled, that is really not very helpful, as we are from Ohio, and if this trip didn't happen as planned, I was unsure if we would ever reschedule this trip. She did allow us five days prior, which was accommodating and appreciated. Breakfast was very tasty, although the methods were a bit odd. You must choose every single item you want "down to each pat of butter", the day before. And, you have to choose the time you want to eat, in half hour increments. Yes, I know...Covid. But this really puts a damper on the care-free vacation feeling that most travelers cherish. And, every other hotel we stayed at during our trip was back to regular breakfast buffets. So, as I said. Mostly good.…
This was a last minute stay - the owner Peggy couldn't be more hospitable and the breakfast was fantastic. Room was very comfortable (loved the steam shower!!) Great location to restaurants - Peggy was most gracious in her reccomendations. Highly reccommend this place!
This is a very historic property but suffers from hands off management. Public areas are locked up in early evening. Very small rooms with tiny tv. The breakfast is lackluster and very skimpy in presentation. I think a staff member does the baking and preparations and they were not very good
Distance to the center of town was an easy walk. Rooms were as described, a bit on the small side, but not surprising. Breakfast was outstanding and the staff/owner were so friendly and accomodating. We enjoyed the porch area with the rocking chairs as the weather was great. Very nice place.