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Four Kachinas Inn

512 Webber St, Santa Fe, NM 87505-2654
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#5 of 36 B&Bs / Inns in Santa Fe
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Enjoy our peaceful garden setting located in the historic district within a short walk to the Plaza, Canyon Road, the Railyard area and numerous restaurants, shops, galleries and historical sites. Exquisitely decorated rooms with private entrances, original art, garden patios and handcrafted furniture. Full breakfast, wifi and parking included.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Breakfast buffet
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Clothes rack
Flatscreen TV
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Wake-up service / alarm clock
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At the last minute in early March, we decided to travel stateside with our daughter during her college spring break instead of overseas. I googled "what is there to do in Santa Fe in March" and the top hit was the fabulous blog Walt & Wayne write covering everything from food (take a look at it to see the awesome Green Chili Souffle recipe that they graciously printed out for us), to art, to national parks . I decided, without even looking at other B&Bs or hotels, to stay with them during our vacation. It was one of the best decisions of the entire trip (that, and not traveling to and getting stuck in England during the COVID crisis). The owner, Walt, greeted us warmly, was our walking "trip advisor", and made sure we had everything we needed. Breakfast included main dishes featuring local ingredients, fresh fruit, and pastries along with an assortment of yogurts, cereal and oatmeal. Coffee, tea, waters and fruit were available all day, with fresh cookies in the afternoon. We spent days hiking in the many nearby parks. When in Santa Fe, we parked in the B&B lot and never had to move the car to do any sightseeing or shopping. We walked to dinner every night, strolled through the historic district and enjoyed the shops on Canyon Road. I noted other hotels and inns as we walked the town and never regretted choosing The Four Kachinas for our stay. Even before the country was shutting down, the innkeepers took care to clean surfaces in the eating area and around the inn constantly and each guest had plenty of space to relax and enjoy the grounds. The Four Kachinas or El Farolito will be at the top of our travel list when the country reopens safely. My thanks to them for the perfect vacation and my hope that they are safe and well.
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Stayed in Four Kachinas in March 2020. Room was super clean and comfortable, the breakfast was excellent, with a large fruit plate and hot and cold options every morning. The location is equidistant from the art galleries of Canyon Drive and the plaza. My two hosts were great, with lots of interesting suggestions of things to do. This B&B made my first visit to Santa Fe a wonderful experience.
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Response from Walt Wyss, Owner at Four Kachinas Inn
Responded Mar 24, 2020
Thanks for your kind words about our property. We are thrilled that you chose our inn for your first visit to Santa Fe and we welcome you back for another.
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As owning another Select Registry Inn we felt it was important to experience and learn from another Select Registry Property and it's owners. The rooms are beautifully decorated using many local and historically significant art. We enjoyed the food, they were very accomodating to our dietary restrictions...and deliciously so. The location is also good as it is an easy walk to the historic district within Santa Fe.
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Response from Walt Wyss, Owner at Four Kachinas Inn
Responded Mar 6, 2020
We really enjoyed the visit of your family. When hosting fellow innkeepers (especially Select Registry innkeepers) we are usually a bit apprehensive. Will our property meet the high standards that these fellow innkeepers strive for? I'm happy that you appreciated some of the positive attributes of our property and we certainly appreciated the "shop talk" we had. Thanks again for your visit and kind comments. All the best with your SR property with its restaurant.
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With a plethora of choices in Santa Fe ranging from hotels to bed and breakfasts to air b&b’s, I spent a lot of time researching options before selecting The Four Kachinas...my 29 year old son and I decided on Santa Fe for a holiday sojourn and the room options available at this spot were perfect for us on many levels: comfort, tasteful decor, delicious breakfasts and cost. Walt, one of the innkeepers, in addition to being a gracious host, was a walking font of knowledge and southwestern lore. My son was thoroughly engaged in discussing various aspects of history, cuisine, culture and travel stories. Additionally, the inn is within easy walking distance of the Plaza, museums, restaurants (try La Boca...amazing!) and Canyon Road. I wholeheartedly recommend this delightful spot...and I look forward to returning and trying their sister inn, El Farolito.
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Response from walt87501, Owner at Four Kachinas Inn
Responded Jan 6, 2020
I really appreciated the pleasure of meeting both Tommy and you and enjoyed hosting your recent stay. I also know the other of our guests who were at the inn at the same time enjoyed the mutual conversations that we had at breakfast time and travel tips that were exchanged. Your multiple day stay gave you plenty of time to experience the variety of visitor attractions that Santa Fe offers. I hope that you and your son will have another opportunity to visit Santa Fe, perhaps next time in a warm weather period when the outdoor sights are available for visiting.
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We stayed at the Four Kachinas during the entire Thanksgiving week. The B&B is a short and safe 10-minute walk to the historic Santa Fe plaza and its museums, restaurants, stores and attractions. It is a 5-minute walk to one of the free shuttle stops to Museum Hill. Just as close is a convenience store where you can stock on snacks for your day trips. The train station to Albuquerque and other southbound towns is also walking distance from the Inn. Ride share service (we used Lyft several times) was available in a short time, except on Thanksgiving day, when no drivers were available. Breakfast is included in the room fare and was exquisite every day. A home made hot entrée, freshly baked bread or cake, fresh fruit, an assortment of yogurts and cereal, and freshly squeezed orange juice. Breakfast is served in the lounge, which is available to guests 24 hours. It is stocked with water and soda all day, and cookies are available in the evening. There is a good selection of books to read, playing cards and very comfortable furniture in the lounge, where you can unwind after a busy day. We stayed in the Baumann Room (#6), which is in the main house. There is one other suite in that house, a cozy living room and a front porch with a table and chairs. The bed was very comfortable, and so was the en suite bathroom. We had a flat screen tv with basic tv programming and two upholstered cushioned chairs. Housekeeping refreshed our room every day and were very friendly. Walt, one of the owners, was on the premises every day to ensure that his guests were well taken care of, had great suggestions for places to visit and was a wonderful host. I visited with my 11 year-old and he enjoyed his stay very much. If your children do not need a lot of running around and constant sensory stimulation, you may consider staying with them at the Four Kachinas. The Inn is best suited for adult guests who are looking for a serene and relaxed environment. I definitely recommend the Four Kachinas.
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Response from walt87501, Owner at Four Kachinas Inn
Responded Jan 6, 2020
Thank you for your detailed and very descriptive review of your stay with us. We are most pleased that you and your son had an enjoyable stay and found our proximity to the sights of Santa Fe conveniently close. By staying in the historic house that is a part of the inn, you could spend time relaxing in the separate sitting room (shared with the other room in the house) in addition to our breakfast/lounge room and our outdoor patio areas. Many thanks and we look forward to a return visit.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Four Kachinas Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Four Kachinas Inn?
Nearby attractions include Nedra Matteucci Galleries (0.3 miles), Kakawa Chocolate House (0.3 miles), and New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse) (0.08 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Four Kachinas Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Four Kachinas Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Four Kachinas Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Four Kachinas Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kakawa Chocolate House, Restaurant Martin, and Del Charro Saloon.
Is Four Kachinas Inn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Santa Fe.
Are there any historical sites close to Four Kachinas Inn?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Santa Fe Plaza (0.4 miles), Loretto Chapel (0.3 miles), and The Oldest House (0.2 miles).