El Paradero Bed & Breakfast Inn
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Experience old Santa Fe charm at El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn, located in the historic downtown district of Santa Fe, New Mexico. This unique Santa Fe bed and breakfast is nestled on a quiet side street within easy walking distance of the Plaza, Canyon Road, the Guadalupe Railyard historic district, and many museums, shops, restaurants, and galleries. Our guests rave about our convenient location, great value, warm hospitality, and wonderful food.
El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn was originally a Spanish adobe farmhouse built between 1800-1820, during Spanish Colonial rule in New Mexico. In the 1880's Territorial style details were added, and in 1912 the main house was remodeled adding Victorian doors and windows. The suites are in an adjacent turn-of-the-century double-brick coachman's house that is a registered historical landmark in New Mexico. Both buildings represent authentic pieces of Santa Fe architectural history. Come stay with us at El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn. Our 200-year-old farmhouse, Santa Fe's oldest inn, is located in historic downtown Santa Fe. We are an easy walk to the Plaza, famed Canyon road, the Georgia O'Keeffe museum, the Railyard District as well as most restaurants, shops, galleries and museums. Your Santa Fe day begins with a delicious Southwestern breakfast and be sure not to miss our afternoon teatime treats. We offer free wifi and parking.
El Paradero is a very reasonable and memorable option for those wanting easy access to historic downtown Santa Fe. At El Paradero, you'll find an inviting balance of quiet and bustling spaces, all decorated with warm, inviting colors and interesting Southwestern art and accessories. Enjoy mingling with other guests in the convivial living room, complete with comfortable furniture, a television, and an engaging fireplace.
Curl up with a good book in the library or enjoy 24-hour Internet access on the guest computer located there. In the eating nook, nestled off the breakfast dining room, peruse the local news or refresh yourself with a cup of coffee or tea and a cookie, served day and night.
Regardless of the season, the New Mexican outdoors can be a lovely experience-warm, dry, sunny summers and mild, dry, sunny winters-and El Paradero offers guests a variety of spaces to enjoy. Unwind surrounded by flowers and native plants in the quiet garden courtyard, located off the dining room. While away an hour on the private, columned front porch or within the walled-in rear patio, both sheltered in the cool shadows of large evergreen trees.
El Paradero believes that delicious food is as important as a good night's sleep, and is one of the few Santa Fe bed and breakfasts that serves a full breakfast, including a hot entree. El Paradero's menu changes daily and may offer delicious typical Southwestern favorites such as Huevos Rancheros and breakfast burritos with fresh green chili, or innovative quiches, frittatas, or mouth-watering pancakes, as well as delectable scones or coffee cakes, and, of course, gourmet coffee, tea, and juices.
In the afternoon, join the other guests for high tea, featuring delicious homemade cookies, fresh-baked pastries, and other savories. Tea time is a perfect opportunity to relax and refresh from your day's activities.
This just "inn": The New El Paradero Cookbook!
Hot off the press, and just in time for the Holidays!
Get your copy of the El Paradero Cookbook,
full of authentic Southwestern-inspired recipes that
our guests have enjoyed first-hand.
Call 866.558.0918 to get yours today.
Things To Do
Santa Fe is one of the most popular vacation destinations in America.
Santa Fe is America's oldest state capital, and has a rich cultural history based in its Spanish and Native American heritages. Santa Fe's striking high desert landscape offers wonderful activities for outdoor enthusiasts, and its world-class museums and art galleries make it a favorite vacation spot for history and art enthusiasts. Santa Fe is unique, as its appellation of "The City Different" implies, and a wonderful place to spend your vacation.
We hope that you find this resource helpful for your Santa Fe vacation, and that you will consider El Paradero Bed and Breakfast if you want an authentic Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast in the historic downtown district!
Santa Fe Visitor's Bureau website- Great source for info on Santa Fe vacation activities.
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce - Free visitors guide and tourist information for your Santa Fe vacation.
Santa Fe Opera website - Information about the Santa Fe Opera and its performance schedule.
City of Santa Fe website - Santa Fe municipal information.
Santa Fe New Mexican - Santa Fe's leading newspaper, information source on local events.
Ski Santa Fe - Information about our great Santa Fe Ski Basin.
Santa Fe Photography & Digital Imaging Workshops - Excellent photography workshops.
Santa Fe Times - Online newspaper with news and information about Santa Fe.
Site Santa Fe - A not-for-profit contemporary arts organization with events and exhibitions.
Santa Fe School of Cooking - Wonderful classes to learn Southwestern cooking, a fun activity for your Santa Fe vacation.
Old Santa Fe Trail - Great site about the Old Santa Fe Trail, including modern vacation info.
Santa Fe Southern Railway - Take a trip from Santa Fe to Lamy; afternoon & evening trips.
Santa Fe Film Festival - Information and schedule for Santa Fe's only film festival.
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival - World-class music festival every summer, an essential part of your summer Santa Fe vacation.
Santa Fe Institutions
Santa Fe Institute - Worldclass think-tank, home of the Complexity Theory.
College of Santa Fe - Excellent liberal arts college in Santa Fe.
Santa Fe Community College - Santa Fe has a truly great community college.
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How To Find Us
- From Interstate 25 coming from either direction, take the exit marked Santa Fe Plaza / St. Francis, which puts you on St. Francis.
- Continue on St. Francis and turn right on Cerrillos. You will see a McDonalds on your right before the turn.
- Stay on Cerrillos, and take your first right after Paseo de Peralta onto W. Manhattan. We are on the right in the middle of the block at 220. Our parking is behind our building down the long narrow driveway.
From the north on 285:
- Coming in from the north on 285, take the exit on your left to Downtown Plaza.
- This will put you on Guadalupe St. heading South. Turn left onto Montezuma St. After two blocks, turn right onto Cerrillos Rd. Take your first left onto W. Manhattan.
- We are on the right in the middle of the block at 220. Our parking is behind our building down the long narrow driveway.