and the New Mexico Bed and Breakfast Association
Delicious breakfasts, friendly innkeepers, wonderful accommodation —
Discover the best of New Mexico at a NMBBA member inn!
No matter where you go in New Mexico, New Mexico Bed and Breakfast Association members offer enchanted accommodations in the Land of Enchantment! Staying at an association inspected member inn is your key to unlocking the fascinating diversity of New Mexico, where the clear air sparkles and the deep blue skies go on forever. Choose from adobe casitas, historic haciendas, wonderful family homes, or suites in historic Victorian inns for an inside view of the Anglo, Spanish, and Native American cultures that thrive here. Our inns will make your New Mexico vacation a more personal experience than you could ever have in a motel, hotel, or vacation rental.
Stay in a rural bed and breakfast and treat yourself to evening star gazing, scenic grandeur, and the lullaby of nature’s sounds. Check in to one of the many charming inns in the heart of town and you will find the historic streets of Santa Fe, Taos, Old Town Albuquerque or Las Cruces at your doorstep. Country or city, your bed and breakfast hosts will give you key insights on everything from undiscovered restaurants to secluded mountain trails and romantic getaways. In a New Mexico Bed and Breakfast you can be sure your lodgings are as unique as New Mexico itself! Walk across locally woven rugs, snuggle under a handcrafted quilt, view world-class art, and awake to freshly prepared breakfasts that highlight the rich and varied ingredients of New Mexico.
Join us in discovering TRUE New Mexico at a New Mexico Bed and Breakfast Association Member Inn!
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