Well I guess I had not thought about writing a review,however, I feel one is due. Not only would you happen to find the most enjoyable people in Starla and Chester, you could possibly get to calling them friends. We would make our yearly trips to Colorado, via Chama, New Mexico, with a brief stay of a couple of days to snag Salmon at Heron Lake just a short drive from the Inn. If you have never experienced catching landlocked Salmon this way it is unbelievable.
When we first stayed there it was back in the early 80's and during a time they were renovating the rooms, and found the change quite appealing. Getting to know Starla and Chester, who always welcomed us back year after and put up with our sometime late evening outings, is just getting to know good people!
When it came to everything you needed to have a good stay, there was always plenty of Ice to cool down the days catch. The High Country Inn just across the street would always be a welcome site for a large evening meal. The adjoining lounge was a comfortable place to relax with the locals.
Often times, which is not known unless you have stayed there a few times is that you are right on the edge of good nightlife activities. While the days of the Broken Butt Saloon which was located north of town 8 miles are gone, the High County is in walking distance and Bills place is just a few more blocks away for a sometime good country band and company.
So in closing, if you are on the way to hunting camp, enjoying the narrow gauge railroad,or on a summer outing with the family, you can find a comfortable,friendly place to stay in the Chama Trails Inn.
Just tell them that Robert, Vance and Rickey from Kansas and Texas recommend the Inn and you will probably hear a couple of good storys. Enjoy and relax