Adobe & Pines Inn      
4107 State Road 68, Taos, NM 87557, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Philip MacNutt, Renee MacNutt

Description

Circa 1832. Two country acres create the setting for this classic 1832 Spanish adobe hacienda with its original architectural details and Southwest eclectic décor and furnishings. Old Taos charm has been transfor...


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Soul Warming

The Adobe & Pines Inn warms your soul and your senses with traditional New Mexican decor, hospitality and comfort.
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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Best of the Best

Tina and I only stay at B and B's And we have to say that Adobe&Pines is by far the best we have stayed in. Katherine and Louis were such a joy to be hosted by and the breakfast to die for.we can not recomend A&P enough!! 5 Stars to you both and the Inn. Kalvin Keller
Kalvin & Tina
1/7/2008

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The Best a B&B Can Be

We could not have hoped for a better place to stay! This wonderful B&B is an example of what the best a B&B can offer. There are a number of different sized rooms, smaller ones up to a two bedroom apartment for families. They (we stayed in more than one) were charming, each different and very clean. (With those added perks like specialty herbal shampoo, soaps and lotion) A close eye to detail was paid to every corner of this place and a photograph worth taking. Our hosts, Lou and Katherine were the best of what you would hope to find , friendly, helpful (taking time out of their busy afternoon to place several calls to surrounding restaurants) suggesting places to see, making our stay comfortable. We left feeling as though we made friends. My husband insisted we find a place that served a full breakfast and here we ate fresh waffles one day, and pancakes another, and cheeses omlettes yet another. All with fresh muffins and fruit, juice, and hot coffee. (We often didn't need to eat lunch.) We added a third day because we had extra time and knew we would not find anywhere better than this to relax.
LLoTurco
4/25/2007

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Wonderful Adobe B and B

We loved our stay at this welcoming Bed and Breakfast. Louis and Katherine were the BEST. The breakfasts were so delicious and Louis is a great cook. It snowed in March when we were there. We highly recommend this lodging to anyone.
Gayle
12/31/2006

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Publicity and Press Reviews

Yellow Brick Road, Denver Post, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Examiner, New York Times, Weekends for Two in the Southwest, Lonely Planet, New Mexico for Dummies, HGTV.


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