A Guide to Santa Fe’s Historic Attractions


Santa Fe Historic AttractionsSanta Fe, once the seat of power for the Spanish Empire north of the Rio Grande, is the oldest capital city in North America and the oldest European community west of the Mississippi.  Accordingly, Santa Fe is also the location of the oldest building in America, as well as the nation’s oldest community celebration, the Santa Fe Fiesta.  Santa Fe’s history has been a rich and deeply rooted part of its identity over the 400 years of existence, all of which is very evident today in the many historic attractions and cultural traditions throughout the city. Book your room at our luxury Bed and Breakfast today, and you’ll be steps away from the best of Santa Fe’s historic attractions. Read More

A New Look at Santa Fe Shopping


Santa Fe shoppingSanta Fe is one of the world’s most treasured cities with a stellar reputation for the arts.  The historical influence in the city is evident everywhere, from the architecture, the food, the art, the people, and of course, the shopping. Shopping in Santa Fe certainly is not a new experience. Historically, Santa Fe was considered a legendary trading center, dating back to the days when traders used the Santa Fe Trail to bring essential and luxury goods to the southwest.  Fast Forward to today, and you’ll find that Santa Fe shopping takes you on a journey into charming historic buildings filled with handmade treasures.  The many wonderful shops of Santa Fe provide access to Native American artwork and unique handmade items of delight in small boutiques, trading posts and large open air markets.  Book your room at our luxury Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast today, and join us for spring-filled days of glorious Santa Fe shopping. Read More

Santa Fe’s Railyard District


Santa Fe Railyard DistrictSanta Fe, nicknamed the City Different, is filled with a variety of wonderful places to visit, all with their own distinct character, lending to the overall feeling of diversity in this great city.  One of the newest districts in the great city of Santa Fe is the Railyard District.  This up-and-coming district is the new gathering place for all of Santa Fe’s citizens and visitors, and is a wonderful place to find excellent dining, shopping, and entertainment.  Explore this fun and eclectic neighborhood when you visit us in Santa Fe this winter. Read More

Gear Up for Santa Fe Restaurant Week


Santa Fe Restaurant WeekKnown as a foodie paradise, it’s hard to go wrong with the dining options in Santa Fe. Santa Fe is a city known for exquisite, world-renowned cuisine, with legendary and innovative flavors, including of course the local chile, which provides local dishes with a flavor unlike anything you’ve ever tasted. Asking locals for Santa Fe restaurant recommendations will often land you with a long list of worthy choices, and you’d be hard-pressed to sample the many fantastic restaurants while in Santa Fe.  However, the final week in February, when Santa Fe’s Restaurant Week comes to town, will be your best shot to sample food from as many of Santa Fe’s finest restaurants as you can.  Start planning for this fun and popular event now, and book your room at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast Inn today. Read More

Discover Santa Fe’s Native American Culture


Native American Culture Santa FeWhile there are many wonderful reasons to visit the charming city of Santa Fe, there is perhaps no greater draw to this area than to the unique, deeply rooted cultlure that has shaped every aspect of life in this beautiful place. At 400 years old, Santa Fe is the nation’s oldest capital city, and it’s a city that continues to get better with age. Santa Fe boasts a unique multicultural heritage and history where Native American, Hispanic & Latino, Anglo and other cultural influences are a part of everyday life, from the architecture and quaint shopts, to the music and cuisine, the unique blend of the Southwestern culture is everywhere around you, seamlessly blending the past through the fabric of present-day. Now is a great time to book your room at our luxury Santa Fe Inn, and explore the timeless cultures, traditions, arts and beliefs continue to enrich lives today. Read More

Sweeten Up Santa Fe Cuisine


Santa Fe cuisineVisit Santa Fe this winter, and you’ll find an amazing variety of exquisite restaurants at your fingertips.  In recent years, Santa Fe has earned the reputation of being a top foodie destination, known for its innovative flavors and world-class chefs.  There are over 200 restaurants for you to explore, ranging from traditional New Mexican cuisine featuring New Mexico’s prized chile’s and contemporary fine dining, to the highly popular farm to table restaurants featuring fresh, locally sourced ingredients.  There is no doubt that a culinary journey through Santa Fe should be on everyone’s travel list.  However, there’s another side to Santa Fe’s culinary scene that doesn’t always get as much attention, but it just as sweet.  Stay at our luxury Santa Fe bed and breakfast this winter, and we’ll help you discover the sweeter side of Santa Fe cuisine. Read More

Catch the Magic of Santa Fe Holiday Traditions


Santa Fe HolidayAs Thanksgiving weekend looms ever closer, it’s time to start thinking of holiday traditions both new and old, and making plans for this holiday season.  If you haven’t been to Santa Fe during the holiday season before, then we can’t think of a better time to start.  Santa Fe during the holiday months is a truly magical place to visit, and features a calendar chocked full of memorable traditions and other festivities to enjoy while here.  Throughout the months of November and December, there is no shortage of festive fun to be had in Santa Fe, and El Farolito Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to call home while you’re here.  Our luxurious accommodations will help you feel relaxed and at home, while all of Santa Fe’s culture and holiday traditions are at your fingertips.  Book your room with us today, and start planning your perfect Santa Fe holiday. Read More

A Fall-Inspired Romantic Getaway in Santa Fe


Santa Fe Romantic GetawayMany consider fall to be the best time of year to visit Santa Fe.  Not only are there awe-inspiring colors dotting the landscape, but there are less people, as the summer crowds have thinned. The weather is crisp and clear, with highs getting up to the 50’s and 60’s, and lows plunging down into the 20’s throughout the month of November. This fall bite to the air is ideal for hiking, biking and other outdoor adventures.  Imagine, after a day spent in the chilly outdoors or maneuvering from shop to shop, unwinding in a luxurious spa or by a warm fire with a glass of New Mexico wine.  As we reach the end of fall and begin to fade slowly into winter, so too will the bustle come back to Santa Fe as we gear up for the wonderful Holiday and ski seasons soon upon us.  Book your room at our romantic Bed and Breakfast today for your last-minute fall-inspired romantic getaway to Santa Fe. Read More

Exciting Day Trips from Santa Fe


Santa Fe Day TripThere is no shortage of fun and exciting things to do and places to see when visiting Santa Fe. In fact, you could spend days exploring this diverse and exciting city, without feeling the need to leave and explore the surrounding region. However, as wonderful as Santa Fe is, there are several equally as wonderful places to visit outside of the city, which make for unique and exciting day trips during your vacation. Choose from any or all of these day trips, and allow us to show you even more of Santa Fe. Reserve your room at our Bed and Breakfast today, and begin the journey through Santa Fe’s rich and unique culture. Read More

Santa Fe is the Perfect Fall Destination


Santa Fe Fall DestinationAs we end what has been a beautiful month of September in Santa Fe, it’s time for us to look forward to what fall has in store for us this year.  It is often said in travel circles that the best time of the year to visit Santa Fe is between September and November.  During these months, the temperature is mild and enjoyable, the streets are less crowded, fall colors begin to show their vibrant hues, and the City Different becomes an even more affordable fall destination.  And of course, we couldn’t talk about fall in Santa Fe without mentioning the fantastic fall festivals that are happening, too.  No matter what it is you’re looking to do this fall, book your room at our luxurious Bed and Breakfast Inn, and see for yourself why Santa Fe is the perfect fall destination. Read More