This spacious second floor room features a king bed, large fireplace, two sitting areas, and private balcony. The bath is private and is 3 steps down from the room on a private landing. Only the Bynner room has access to this bath (unless the Hunt room has been added to make the Bynner Hunt Suite.)
Need more space for a small group getaway? Book the Robert Hunt Room in combination with the Witter Bynner room to create a two-room suite. Since access to the Hunt Room is through the bathroom used by guests in the Witter Bynner Room, the Hunt Room is never sold separately. The Witter Bynner Room has a large fireplace, a king size bed, viga beams,a sitting area with a large sofa facing the fireplace. Attached to this room is a balcony with views of the gardens, Santa Fe, and the Sangre de Cristo's.
D. H. Lawrence
This 2nd floor junior suite offers a separated sitting area and bedroom with a queen-sized bed, kiva fireplace and wide plank floors. The sitting area has a twin-size sofa-bed, bookcases and two chairs. The balcony overlooks an interior courtyard with a rustic staircase leading to the courtyard
The Shaman Room is a very large room with a private entrance, king-size bed, polished brick floor, viga beam ceiling, built-in bookcases, desk, and a grand fireplace. There are two sitting areas, one with a twin sofa-bed and the other with two large comfortable reading chairs. The front of the room features an expansive picture window that looks out into the lush grounds. The private en suite bath features a Mexican tile shower. Originally Bynner's office, this Native American decorated room was built for solitude, writing, and contemplation.
The Georgia O’Keeffe Room is named in honor of one of New Mexico's most illustrious artists with whom he shared an interest in Chinese art and culture. Bynner and Georgia O'Keeffe were longtime friends. This is a very large rectangular room with a private entrance, king-size bed, kiva fireplace, two wing-back sitting chairs, viga beam ceiling, built-in bookcases, and a pine wood floor. The O’Keeffe room includes a twin sized sofa-bed and private en suite bath with tub and shower. The room has adjoining doors with the O. Henry Room.
The O. Henry Room is a standard-sized room accessible from inside the Inn and features a queen bed, kiva fireplace, viga beam ceiling, large comfortable reading chair, side-chair, and wood floor. The private en suite bath includes a large talavera-tiled shower. This room is named for the famed short-story writer whose work was edited by Bynner when they lived in New York. The sale by Bynner of three short stories by O. Henry paid for the construction of several rooms in the estate.
Ansel Adams, the famous photographer, was a close friend of Bynner. A frequent guest in this villa, along with his wife, Virginia, Ansel took many photos of Bynner and his rambling adobe estate. The Ansel Adams Room is a small but comfortable room with a queen-size bed, saltillo tile floor, and a large en suite private bath with claw-foot tub / shower combination. The room is located in the oldest part of the estate dating back to the early 1800s and is accessible from a private entrance adjacent to a small tree-lined courtyard.
Willa Cather was a friend of Bynner and a frequent visitor to his home. The Willa Cather Room is named for the author of the most famous novel about Santa Fe: Death Comes for the Archbishop. This small but comfortable room features a queen bed, kiva fireplace, viga beam ceiling, large sitting chair, writing desk, and saltillo tile floor. The bath with shower is accessed from a common foyer and is shared with the Edna St. Vincent Millay Room.
The distinguished poet, Edna St. Vincent Millay, was once engaged to Bynner. The room named for her is pleasant light-filled room with large window views across the grounds toward the Old Santa Fe Trail and the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The room is furnished with a queen-sized bed, small sofa, kiva fireplace, viga ceilings, saltillo tile floor, and a Mexican equipale sitting chair. The bath with shower, accessed from a common foyer, is shared with the Willa Cather Room. This room is accessible from the shared foyer or via a private portal entrance from a small tree-line courtyard just outside the room.
The Igor Stravinsky Room is named for the composer who made the Santa Fe Opera famous, and who was a friend and house guest of Bynner for the opening season of the opera. It was originally built as lodging for Rita, Bynner's housekeeper. Furnished with a queen bed, two overstuffed reading chairs, kiva fireplace and windows looking out onto tree-shaded patios, this bright room is accessed from a private entrance adjacent to the Inn’s front patio. The private en suite bath includes a claw-foot tub / shower combination.
Separate from the main building adjacent to the Inn’s circular drive, the Spud Johnson Room was once the carriage house for the estate and is decorated in a Western cowboy motif. The room is accessible from its private portal and is furnished with a queen bed, two large comfortable reading chairs, kiva fireplace, viga ceiling, and saltillo tile floor. The private en suite bath includes a large walk-in ADA compliant shower. This pet-friendly room features a private garden-level portal with a brick floor and outside seating for enjoying the gardens. Willard "Spud" Johnson was a writer and was Bynner's secretary/companion before Spud was lured to Taos by Mabel Dodge Lujan.