Santa Fe

Our member inns in Santa Fe are all ideally located lodging for your exploration of Santa Fe and the surrounding area. With 5 uniquely different inns to choose from, you are spoiled for choice!

Bobcat Inn
Casa Cuma B&B
El Farolito B&B Inn
Four Kachinas Inn
Inn of the Turquoise Bear

Santa Fe was founded in 1610 and is the oldest capital city in the U.S. Like most cities of Spanish origin, Santa Fe is built around a central Plaza, the heart of the city since it as established. The Plaza is surrounded by ancient flat-roofed adobe buildings, many housing numerous art galleries and shops.

For an understanding of New Mexico’s history and cultures, visit the Palace of the Governors and the Wheelwright Museum of American Indian Arts. Other museums include the Museum of Fine Arts, the International Museum of Folk Art, and the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.

Santa Fe has beautiful and historic churches such as the adobe Santuario de Guadalupe, the magnificent St. Francis Cathedral, the Loretto Chapel with its miraculous spiral staircase, and the San Miguel Chapel, the oldest church in the U.S.

Santa Fe sits next to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, with ample hiking and recreation. Sixteen miles from the Plaza is the Santa Fe Ski Area.

This lively town has performing and visual art events throughout the year, including the acclaimed Santa Fe Opera, the Desert Chorale, Indian Market, and Spanish Market. Artisans and craftspeople share their wealth of knowledge through numerous workshops and art classes year round.

With more than 200 restaurants and a well-deserved reputation for outstanding New Mexican cuisine, there’s no danger of going hungry!

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