Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast

138 W. Manhattan at Galisteo, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Innkeeper(s): Herb & Amy Behm
  • Pueblo Bonito b&b- the ultimate experience in historic Santa Fe lodging!

    Pueblo Bonito b&b- the ultimate experience in historic Santa Fe lodging!

  • San Ildefonso suite at Pueblo Bonito Inn depicts the historic culture of Northern New Mexico.

    San Ildefonso suite at Pueblo Bonito Inn depicts the historic culture of Northern New Mexico.

  • Taos room - the perfect Santa Fe lodging for a New Mexico vacation!

    Taos room - the perfect Santa Fe lodging for a New Mexico vacation!

  • Adobe archways, ornate wrought iron gates create a quiet, secluded downtown compound.

    Adobe archways, ornate wrought iron gates create a quiet, secluded downtown compound.

  • San Juan a true New Mexico vacationers delight! Ground floor with a private entrance.

    San Juan a true New Mexico vacationers delight! Ground floor with a private entrance.

  • New Mexico offers stunning sunsets year round!

    New Mexico offers stunning sunsets year round!

  • Foot thick adobe walls with private grounds, mature landscaping and quiet ambiance.

    Foot thick adobe walls with private grounds, mature landscaping and quiet ambiance.

  • Santa Clara: ground level, queen bed, kiva firplace, viga ceiling, hard wood floor- Santa Fe True!

    Santa Clara: ground level, queen bed, kiva firplace, viga ceiling, hard wood floor- Santa Fe True!

  • Private backyard available for beautiful blue sky viewing and relaxing.

    Private backyard available for beautiful blue sky viewing and relaxing.

  • Simply Santa Fe describes the Santo Domingo room at Pueblo Bonito Inn-Santa Fe.

    Simply Santa Fe describes the Santo Domingo room at Pueblo Bonito Inn-Santa Fe.

  • Springtime in Santa Fe, NM!

    Springtime in Santa Fe, NM!

  • Authentic historic adobe archeticture- inside and out- with modern conveniences!

    Authentic historic adobe archeticture- inside and out- with modern conveniences!

  • Elements of comfort to make your Old Santa Fe visit one-of-a-kind!

    Elements of comfort to make your Old Santa Fe visit one-of-a-kind!

  • Santa Fe is enchanting year round!

    Santa Fe is enchanting year round!

  • Chili ristras hang warmly welcoming Pueblo Bonito Inn vistors to Santa Fe!

    Chili ristras hang warmly welcoming Pueblo Bonito Inn vistors to Santa Fe!

  • Our convenient downtown location provides a secluded and quiet atmosphere.

    Our convenient downtown location provides a secluded and quiet atmosphere.

  • Historically preserved archeticture providing unique and distinguishing features.

    Historically preserved archeticture providing unique and distinguishing features.

  • Gracious hospitality to unwind, relax and enjoy!

    Gracious hospitality to unwind, relax and enjoy!

  • Outside areas to soak in sunshine, sip wine, coffee or read a nice book.

    Outside areas to soak in sunshine, sip wine, coffee or read a nice book.

  • Natural beauty abound in the Sangre de Cristos- 16 mile drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b.

    Natural beauty abound in the Sangre de Cristos- 16 mile drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b.

  • Abiqui- O'keeffe country. One of many easy day trips available from Pueblo Bonito b&b!

    Abiqui- O'keeffe country. One of many easy day trips available from Pueblo Bonito b&b!

  • Acoma suite includes spacious living area with queen futon, kiva fireplace and small kitchen!

    Acoma suite includes spacious living area with queen futon, kiva fireplace and small kitchen!

 

Tesuque – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #1

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The Tesuque Pueblo is one of the most conservative and traditional of all New Mexico pueblos, with just over 400 people living on this pueblo. The Tesuque pueblo was established in about 1200 AD and the present day location was founded in 1694 along the Tesuque River. The pueblo’s economic activities have always been based upon agriculture.

The Tesuque room is a corner room complete with authentic Southwestern decor and amenities including: 

  • queen sized bed
  • private bath with mosaic tiled tub and shower
  • natural wood vigas and black flagstone floor
  • convenient refrigerator, microwave and coffee set ups
  • wooden love seat
  • table and two chairs
  • kiva fireplace- real wood burning! (mid-Oct thru Mid-May)
  • saltillo tiled bath with tub and shower 
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed Wifi 
  • iron and board
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating

 

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Nambe – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #2

$95.00 / $230.00 night

In the Tewa language, the word “Nambe” means “People of the Round Earth”. Perhaps this a reference to the landscape which encircles the pueblo with its spectacular beauty and breath-taking views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The Nambe Pueblo is almost completely Hispanicized and is almost completely surrounded by non-Indian residents, but there has been a recent revival in the traditional rituals and crafts.

Located on the ground floor, this corner room features:

  • queen sized bed
  • natural wooden viga ceiling and black flagstone floors
  • kiva fireplace - wood burning (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • private in-room bath with mosaic tiled tub and shower!
  • large leather reading chair
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed Wifi
  • small refrigerator, microwave and coffee set ups
  • foot and half thick adobe walls
  • ground level; private entrance; outdoor seating area

 

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Santa Clara – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #3

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The Santa Clara people lived at Puye for approximately 300 years before giving up the cliff dwellings due to a lack of water in 1550 AD. The Santa Clara Pueblo is the second largest of the Tewa speaking Pueblos. Historically, the Santa Clara Indians relied on agriculture as it’s economic base, but today is renowned for it’s arts, crafts and pottery.

Located near the office, this enchanting downstairs room includes:

  • queen bed
  • kiva fireplace
  • bath with pedestal sink
  • hand crafted writing desk with chair
  • cable TV
  • DSL internet access

 

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San Juan – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #4

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The San Juan Pueblo has been inhabited for over 700 years and is surrounded mainly by farmland along the Rio Grande River. The largest of the Tewa speaking pueblo, the leader the great Pueblo Revolt of 1680, Popay, was from the San Juan Pueblo. San Juan was the original capital of New Mexico.

This quaint and inviting rooms, located downstairs, features:

  • comfortable queen bed
  • kiva fireplace viewable bedside (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • adorable private bath with mosaic tiled tub and shower!
  • Taos-style reading chair and leather bucket chair
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed WiFi in room
  • warm wooden viga ceiling with hard wood floor
  • convenient outside sitting area
  • refrigerator, microwave and coffee set ups
  • room vanity- independent of bathroom
  • large walk in closet

 

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Taos – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #5

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The Taos Pueblo today stands as the largest surviving multistoried Pueblo structure in the United States. When the Spanish arrived in Taos Valley in 1540, they believed that they found the fabled golden city of Cibola. Their strong sense of community and secrecy has also maintained their sense of tribal identity, along with a long standing policy that forbids marriage to outsiders, has kept many of their sacred beliefs and customs from the outside world.

Located downstairs, The Taos room features hand carved furniture and traditional decorations like an Indian drum. Includes:

  • lovely queen bed with hand carved wood sunburst headboard
  • kiva fireplace- wood burning- viewable bedside! (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • Comfortable leather bucket reading chair
  • adorable in-room private bath with mosaic tiled tub and shower
  • wood table with chairs (use as desk or eating!)
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed WiFi 
  • huge walk-in closet to store personal items (more living space to enjoy!)
  • ground level, interior courtyard location. Private portal.
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating

 

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Santo Domingo – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #6

$95.00 / $230.00 night

While the current pueblo has been moved many times due to flooding along the Rio Grande River, but the Santo Domingo have historically had a strong agricultural base and were at the center of many trade routes. The chief Spanish mission for this area of New Mexico was located here, and thus Santo Domingo Pueblo was the regional headquarters for Spanish activity.

Located downstairs in the inn, this rooms features:

  • comfortable queen sized bed
  • natural wood viga ceiling and shiny wood floor
  • sculptured corner kiva fireplace (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • Taos-style love seat and leather bucket reading chair
  • adorable private bath with mosaic tiled bath tub and shower 
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed WiFi in room
  • large walk-in closet for storage
  • refrigerator, microwave and coffee setups
  • roomy vanity- independent of bath room
  • ground level, private entrance
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating

 

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San Felipe – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #7

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The San Felipe Pueblo lies at the base of the Santa Ana Mesa, where they were forced to the banks of the Rio Grande by marauding Apache’s. Today the community is a timeless village that resembles what it was 200 year ago. The San Felipe people are the most conservative of the Keresan speaking pueblos. Agriculture, mining and pottery making are the mainstays of their economy.

Located downstairs, this corner room features:

  • comfortable king sized bed
  • wood burning corner kiva fireplace (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • leather love seat- perfect for TV or fireplace viewing!
  • refrigerator, microwave, coffee setups
  • large handicapped accessible bathroom with saltillo tile
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed WiFi
  • large closet to store personal items (more room for living space!)
  • ground level location with private entrance
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating

 

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Santa Ana – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #9

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The Santa Ana people moved to this area approximately 1250 AD and settled along the Rio Grande River to farm using early ditch irrigation. While the old village has largely been abandoned, some families use the old village as a second home and many of the tribal members have been assimilated into other cultures over the years.

Located upstairs, this inviting  room features:

  • comfortable queen sized bed
  • corner kiva fireplace (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • in room private bath with pedestal sink
  • hand carved wooden cabinet
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed WiFi
  • large closet for storing personal belongings
  • upstairs location - easy access to sundeck!
  • roomy vanity area- independent of bathroom
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating

 

 

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Isleta – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #10

$95.00 / $230.00 night

Isleta means “Little Island” in Spanish, but Isleta Pueblo is hardly little having 21,002 acres and a population over 3,000. When the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 began, many members fled to Hopi settlements in Arizona. After the rebellion, many returned to the pueblo with Hopi-mates and half-Hopi children. While agriculture is the principle occupation of the Isleta people, a recent revival of traditional pottery making, embroidery, jewelry and their well know bread is giving work to a number of artisians.

Located upstairs, this quiet, bright ansd inviting room features:

  • comfortable queen bed
  • romantic kiva fireplace (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • private bath with pedestal sink and tiled nicho vanity
  • small table with chairs
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed Wi-Fi
  • refrigerator, microwave, coffee setups
  • air conditioning and heating- controlled by guest!
  • large walk in closet for personal storage
  • carpeted floors and diamond plastered foot and half thick adobe walls!

 

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Jemez – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #11

$95.00 / $230.00 night

Located upstairs and next to the sun deck, enjoy old Santa Fe Southwestern charm in this room that is perfect for romantic getaways and will surely make your visit to Santa Fe a memory you will cherish. Includes:

  • comfortable queen bed
  • wood burning corner kiva fireplace
  • natural wood viga ceiling and shiny wood flooring
  • cozy reading knook with Taos-style love seat
  • Taos-style reading chair near bed
  • private bath with tub & shower
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed Wi-Fi
  • refrigerator, microwave, and coffee setups
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating
  • upstair location - easy access to sun deck!

 

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Zia – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #12

$95.00 / $230.00 night

During its heyday in the 16th and 17th centuries, the Zia Pueblo was one of the largest pueblos with over 6,000 Indians. The Zia were successful dry land farmers and could sustain large populations by growing corn, beans, squash and melons. When the Spanish introduced livestock, the economy became more dependant on ranching than farming. The Zia are known as the home of the sun symbol that New Mexico uses on its state flag and this symbol has long been used as a trademark on Zia pottery.

Located upstairs, this bright and charming corner room features:

  • comfortable queen sized bed
  • wood burning corner traditional kiva fireplace (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • in-room private bath with pedestal sink and adorable tiled nicho vanity
  • small table with chairs
  • flat screen cable TV
  • high speed Wi-Fi in room and on grounds!
  • large closet to store lots of personal belongings (gives you more living space!)
  • foot and half thick adobe walls and shiny wood floors
  • antique 1930 kitchen unit to add charm (not operable)
  • refrigerator, microwave and  coffee setups
  • upstair location- easy access to sundeck!
  • refrigerator

 

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Comanche – Pueblo Bonito Inn Suite #8

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The Comanche were a proud and fierce Indian Society and were feared by all who knew them. The Comanche are thought to be the first native people of the plains to have horses. They were hunter-gatherer nomadic people who survived on the plains buffalo and raiding other Indian tribes and Mexican camps. It is said that between 1700 and 1875, they stole every horse and mule in New Mexico and Northern Mexico and enough in Texas to make them scarce!

Our largest and most popular suite, this warm and comfortable suite features:

  • comfortable king bed in the bedroom
  • traditional corner kiva fireplace in the bedroom (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • natural wood viga ceilings throughout and shiny wood flooring
  • comfortable queen sized futon in a large sitting room
  • flat screen cable TV in sitting room
  • adorable satillo tiled bath with pedestal sink, mosaic tiled tub and shower
  • Taos-style reading chair in bedroom, two leather bucket reading chairs in sitting room 
  • red wood table with chairs  (use as desk or dining)
  • refrigerator, microwave, coffee set ups in the full kitchen (limited stock)
  • high speed Wifi throughout the room and grounds
  • two large closets to store personal items (provides increased living space!).
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating

 

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Picuris – Pueblo Bonito Inn Suite #15

$95.00 / $230.00 night

At one time, the Picuris Pueblo was one of the two largest pueblos with over 3,000 Indians. Considered fierce warriors, they led many attacks against the Spanish, however, European diseases and attacks from the Apache decreased the population dramatically over time. The Picuris historically relied upon hunting and farming for subsistence, but today, many of the Picuris have moved to seek higher paying jobs elsewhere.

This attractive and charming suite features:

  • comfortable king bed in bedroom
  • traditional kiva fireplace in sitting room and bedroom
  • flat screen cable TV in bedroom
  • comfortable queen futon in sitting room with large closet for storage
  • colorful navy mexican tiled full kitchen and bathroom (tub and shower)
  • large closet in bedroom
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating
  • full kitchen (limited stock)
  • ground level location in single story building made of foot and half thick adobe!
  • hgh speed Wi-Fi

 

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Acoma – Pueblo Bonito Inn Suite #16

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The main attraction of this 377,000-acre Acoma Pueblo reservation is “Sky City”, located 365 ft above the surrounding valley. The Acoma claim that it is the oldest continually habited village in the United States. Sky City has 250 dwellings, none of which have electricity, sewers or running water. The homes have been there since 1150 and are remarkably well preserved.

Located next to the Picuris suite, this inviting suite features:

  • comfortable queen bed in bedroom
  • large closet in bedroom to store luggage, etc
  • comfortable queen futon in the sitting room with flat screen cable TV
  • traditional kiva fireplace in sitting room
  • full kitchen (limited stocked) with microwave and coffee set ups
  • adorable private bath with Mexican tile- bath and shower combonation 
  • shiny wood floors throughout
  • quiet location on ground level  across courtyard from office/comunial area
  • parking nearby room
  • high speed Wifi

 

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Laguna – Pueblo Bonito Inn Suite #17

$95.00 / $230.00 night

Laguna pueblo has six villages spread over a semi-arid landscape and is the most recently established of all the pueblos. The Laguna pueblo ancestors were refugees from many tribes that were fleeing the Spanish conquest of 1699, such as the Hopi, Acoma, Zuni, San Felipe, Zia and Sandia tribes. The St. Joseph Mission Church in Old Laguna Village is considered one of the most beautiful Spanish Mission churches. It contains some beautiful and important paintings and is still in use today.

This quiet lodging suite has red brick and oak floors and features:

  • comfortable queen bed in bedroom
  • red brick flooring throughout
  • queen futon, leather bucket reading chair and traditional kiva fireplace in sitting room
  • full kitchen (limited stock) with microwave and coffee set ups
  • private bath with navy Mexican tiled shower/tub combonation off of bedroom
  • small wood table with chairs
  • flat screen cable TV in sitting room
  • high speed Wifi in room and throughout grounds
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating
  • easy access to outside patio area with table and chairs
  • ground level with private entrance and quiet location

 

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Zuni – Pueblo Bonito Inn Suite #18

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The Zuni Pueblo is the largest and most populous pueblo in New Mexico, with 724 square miles and over 9,000 people. The Zuni and their ancestors have been at this site for over 2,000 years. It was thought to be the site of one of the “Seven Cities of Gold”. This was actually a lie perpetuated by a rogue Spanish explorer. A year later, Coronado’s expedition came looking for streets lined with gold and instead found a hostile Zuni people. In the mid 1800′s the Zuni had become the wealthiest and the largest political force in the region, growing crops and herding sheep, thanks in part to the rich soil and abundant water.

This quiet suite has red brick and oak floors and features:

  • comfortable queen bed in seperate bedroom
  • leather couch with bucket reading chair, wood table and chairs in sitting room
  • traditional wood burning corner kiva fireplace in sitting room (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • Mexican tile work highlighting full kitchen and private bath (tub and shower combo)
  • flat screen cable TV in sitting room
  • high speed Wi-Fi in room and on grounds
  • large closets to store personal belongings and luggage
  • ground level, single story, foot and half thick adobe with quiet location
  • easy access to outside patio and table with chairs
  • red brick and wood flooring throughout
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating

 

 

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Tewa – Pueblo Bonito Inn Suite #19

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The Tewa “moccasin” people lived in more than 80 villages near today’s San Juan Pueblo. Each of these villages was divided into two sections: a winter section and a summer section, each with its own leader. The winter leader ruled from fall equinox to the spring equinox. The summer leader ruled from spring until fall. Because summer was more important to the livelihood of the village, the summer leader had more influence.

This delightfully quaint suite features:

  • large king bed in seperate bedroom
  • white washed viga (beamed) ceiling
  • comfortable queen futon in sitting room
  • traditional kiva fireplace in sitting room (mid-Oct thru mid-May)
  • writing table with wood chair, leather bucket reading chair in sitting room
  • colorful navy tiled full kitchen and private bath!
  • flat screen cable TV 
  • high speed internet and Wifi
  • Saltillo tiled flooring
  • ground floor of single story building nestled quietly in southwest corner of property
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating
  • easy access to upstairs sundeck or outside courtyard area
  • parking close to room

 

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San Ildefonso – Pueblo Bonito Inn Suite #20

$95.00 / $230.00 night

The most striking physical feature of the San Ildefonso pueblo is the Black Mesa and the Rio Grande River cutting through the pueblo, providing plenty of water for irrigation. There is a rich history of growing corn and beans. They stored their harvest in pots covered with rawhide.Today they continue to grow corn, beans, squash and chilies. When the Spanish attacked in 1694, the tribe sought refuge on the top of Black Mesa, where they successfully repelled the Spanish advance. Eventually the tribe surrendered, and the population was decimated by disease. By 1864, there were only 161 pueblo members left. 

This warm and cozy suite shares a portal with our Tewa suite and features:

  • comfortable queen bed in bedroom
  • white washed wooden viga ceilings
  • queen sized futon in sitting room
  • traditional corner kiva fireplace (mid-Oct thru mid-May) in sitting room
  • comfortable Toas style reading chairs x 2 in sitting room
  • large round table with chairs
  • carpeted flooring throughout
  • colorful bath with nicho vanity and great soaking tub with shower
  • rust colored mexican tiled full kitchen (limited stock)
  • flat screen cable TV in sitting room
  • private back yard area with table, chairs and umbrella
  • small dog friendly with extra charge
  • large closets to store luggage and personal belongings
  • guest controlled air conditioning and heating
  • DSL internet access

 

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  • Policies

    • Rates Quoted For Double Occupancy, $25 Per Additional Person
    • Rates subject to change without notice
    • We are a friendly inn for children of all ages
    • Pets allowed with prior approval in the San Ildefonso suite only
    • Non-smoking facility
    • Reservations at Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn will be confirmed and held for a reserved guest with a valid credit card number
    • In the event of a cancellation or reduction of room nights, the reserving guest must notify Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn by phone no later than 5 days prior to the scheduled arrival date - 2:00 pm mountain time
    • 14 days advanced notice is required for Holiday, Special Events or Group Reservations.
    • If notification is received within the required time, there will be no charges and a cancellation number will be issued
    • After the required time has expired however the reserving guest will be responsible for all/any room nights reserved- regardless of the reason for cancellation- and the reserving guest's card will be charged
    • Early deprtures of guests once checked into Pueblo Bonito will also need to give 48 hours prior notice of departure if leaving prior to their scheduled departure date
    • Please check carefully your arrival and departure dates on your confirmation
    • Online reservations www.pueblobonitoinn.com  or 1-800-461-4599 8:00 am- 8:00 pm MST
 
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