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We spent several nights at the Inn in early October and everything was first rate. The adobe Inn is very comfortable and has a great vibe. The innkeepers, Alex and Dan, are very accommodating and go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable....More
We booked a very last minute week away from our Canadian winter, and were so happy to discover Dan’s easy, helpful professionalism before we even left home. He easily worked out room choices to accommodate us for the whole time, and as promised, switching rooms...More
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Response from Innman80, Owner at Inn of the Turquoise BearResponded February 24, 2018
It was really wonderful to have you and Glen with us for a nice long visit Deborah! We enjoyed getting to know you during your stay with us. Our historic rambling adobe estate is quintessential Santa Fe and we're delighted you found it comfortable for...More
We recently spent two nights at the Inn of the Turquoise Bear. The Inn and surrounding grounds are stunning. Dan and Alex welcomed us, showed us around and answered our questions about Santa Fe. A different "breakfast special" each day - both terrific. Enjoyed the...More
My husband and I loved our time at the Inn. Dan and Alex are wonderful innkeepers and pretty great cooks too. We were able to walk everywhere and didn't have to hassle with parking or driving in town. Our room, the grounds and shared spaces...More
Response from Innman80, Owner at Inn of the Turquoise BearResponded 6 days ago
We loved having you and Stephen stay with us Mary Ellen! We're delighted you rate your stay with us as "perfect." Thank you for staying with us and for posting this review and photos of your stay! Happy Travels!
We recently revisited this B&B after 8 years because it had made such an impression on us the first time we stayed during a cross-country drive and a move from NY to LA. It's perfectly located within walking distance to the town, but far away...More
Response from Innman80, Owner at Inn of the Turquoise BearResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for the kind review! We enjoyed having you and Christian stay with us for your overnight in Santa Fe. Even though we've made significant changes to the Inn recently we are very pleased it felt much the same as when you visited previously....More
Experience warm Santa Fe style and charm in this quintessential rambling adobe estate occupying an acre of terraced gardens walking distance from the Santa Fe Plaza, Canyon Road, and Rail Yard. Our Santa Fe bed …Moreand breakfast will pamper you with gourmet breakfast, afternoon tea, twilight social reception, and concierge service. Guests will also enjoy complimentary parking and free Wi-Fi internet. Constructed in Spanish-Pueblo Revival style, our Santa Fe inn dates to the mid-1800's and is one of Santa Fe's most historically significant buildings. Located just 6 blocks from the Plaza, Canyon Rd, restaurants, shops and galleries. Less
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Most holiday activities in Santa Fe occur between Thanksgiving and Christmas; however, the Plaza area is still decorated until after the new year. You can always check the online events calendar for Santa Fe to check on any... More
Most holiday activities in Santa Fe occur between Thanksgiving and Christmas; however, the Plaza area is still decorated until after the new year. You can always check the online events calendar for Santa Fe to check on any events/activities the week after Christmas.
As far as the walk from Inn of the Turquoise Bear to the Plaza area, I would say it takes about 10 - 15 minutes at a leisurely pace. The terrain is flat, so you don't have to walk up any steep inclines. Just be aware that the Old Santa Fe Trail is usually a busy road, so watch young children to ensure they don't step out in front of traffic.