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The Perfect Weekend Getaway in Santa Fe

beautiful courtyard at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast

If you’re looking for an unforgettable destination for your winter travels this year, it’s time to put Santa Fe on your list. Santa Fe is a strikingly beautiful city in the high deserts of Northern New Mexico, a destination filled with incredible cultural attractions, abundant history, and some of the most breathtaking natural beauty that is perfect for outdoor adventures. Add a stay at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast, and you truly have the recipe for an unforgettable, relaxing, and fun winter getaway.

Whatever it is you’re into, you’ll find it in Santa Fe – and there’s no better place to serve as your home base than our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast. Whether you want to spend your days browsing the galleries along Canyon Road, learning about the latest exhibits at the top Santa Fe Museums, or snowshoeing through the winter wonderland just beyond our town, you’ll find an incredible range of things to do in Santa Fe this winter.

Much like its sister Inn, El Farolito Bed and Breakfast, Four Kachinas Inn is rated as a top Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast. We’re located within walking distance of downtown Santa Fe and many of the top attractions in the area, and we offer an incomparable lodging experience that can’t be matched. Traditional adobe walls surround our Inn, creating the private and secluded feel you crave during your getaway without sacrificing the convenience of being near downtown.

From the minute you arrive at Four Kachinas Inn, you’ll see why we’re one of the best places to stay in New Mexico. Start planning your winter getaway to our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast today! 

Eggs Benedict, one of the many breakfasts served at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast

The Best Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast

There are so many great things to do in Santa Fe this winter that you’ll want to spend at least a few days here enjoying it all – and when it comes to finding the best place to stay in Santa Fe, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything that compares to the luxurious and friendly ambiance of our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast. There’s a reason TripAdvisor consistently recognizes us with the Certificate of Excellence Award.

Out Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast is well-situated near downtown Santa Fe, so you’ll be within easy walking distance of all the major tourist attractions. Equally important, however, is you’ll be far enough away from the hubbub of activity and noise to still get a great night of sleep in our tranquil accommodations. Our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast is set back off a major thoroughfare and is surrounded by historic adobe walls, offering couples a relaxing and welcoming place to retreat at the end of the day.

Unlike some of the larger and more traditional hotels in town, our small size offers a quaint and welcoming place to stay. We offer just six guest rooms at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast, and each is one of a kind. Each guest room is outfitted with tasteful Southwestern Decor, including various local art pieces representing a valuable piece of Santa Fe’s diverse culture. These guest rooms also feature private entrances, fireplaces, comfy beds and seating areas, en suite bathrooms, and high-end amenities to keep you comfortable for the duration of your stay.

Each morning of your stay, we’ll start your day off on the right foot with a delicious, multi-course breakfast. Our breakfasts start with freshly roasted coffee, a selection of teas and juices, and freshly baked bread, pastries, and fruit. We also serve a daily entreë, which varies daily and with the seasons. Our breakfast will satisfy you and keep you fueled up for whatever adventure lies ahead that day.

Our personalized service also extends to helping you to plan activities throughout your time at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast, including making recommendations for where to dine and what to do. Our staff is incredibly knowledgeable about the local area, and they love to share their personal favorites with you, which often include a collection of hidden treasures or off-the-beaten-path finds unique to Santa Fe.

We know how important lodging is when it comes to a successful vacation, and our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast is, without a doubt, one of the best places to stay in New Mexico, regardless of the season you visit.

Beautiful architecture and snow, all things you'll see when you stay at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast this winter and enjoy all of these great things to do in Santa Fe

6 Things to do in Santa Fe this Winter

Santa Fe is a great destination to visit any time of year, but we think it’s particularly magical during the winter. Unlike during the summer and fall, winter has far fewer crowds visiting the city’s museums, restaurants, and attractions, which leaves you far more time to relax, explore, and enjoy all of the best things to do in Santa Fe.

Fill your days with as much adventure, culture, and exciting activities as you’d like, then return to our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast for an afternoon of relaxation. Below, we’ve listed just a few of our favorite things to do in Santa Fe in the winter.

  1. Head to downtown Santa Fe for a variety of fantastic shopping. You’ll find a delightful array of boutiques here, and you will surely find something fabulous to take home with you.
  2. Stroll along Canyon Road, home to more than 100 sensation galleries and boutiques filled with a wide variety of local art. This half-mile stretch of road has more character and influence on the culture in Santa Fe than any other street in the city and is rated as one of the best things to do in Santa Fe.
  3. If you’d like to get outside and play this winter, there are plenty of snowsports in the area, including skiing at Ski Santa Fe. Ski Santa Fe is only 16 miles from the city center. In addition to downhill skiing, Ski Santa Fe offers plenty of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing opportunities.
  4. The Santa Fe Farmer’s Market is always one of the top-rated things to do in Santa Fe. It’s one of the country’s largest and longest-running farmer’s markets, and it’s open on Saturdays year-round.
  5. With fewer people competing for reservations, winter is a fantastic time to visit some of the most sought-after Santa Fe restaurants, all of which deliver a tantalizing taste of authentic Santa Fe.
  6. Winter is also an extraordinary time to visit the top-rated Santa Fe Museums. With fewer people in the galleries, you’ll have plenty of time to look at and enjoy various exhibits around town.

Of course, our favorite thing to do is curl up with a good book or someone you love and enjoy some relaxing downtime at our unforgettable Bed and Breakfast near Santa Fe. Book your winter getaway with us today!