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“Wonderful place to stay!”
We just got home from El Paradero and they are wonderful. We had 3 rooms and everything was lovely. They staff is very helpful and the breakfast is great. They serve tea and goodies in the afternoon and cookies for an evening snack! It is close to the Plaza and we could easily walk most anywhere from here. Will certainly stay there again if we ever get back to Santa Fe
Can’t think of anything negative — Sue and her crew simply leave no stone unturned…including flashlights on door handles in case of nighttime meanderings, thick binder of info, and a cookie jar for your midnight munchies. Beautiful breakfast (w/2 newspapers) and service, fab desserts at teatime. Lovely breakfast room and outdoor seating — along with friendly conversation w/other guests.. Beautifully appointed rooms! If you want an en suite bathroom, make sure you book a room for that: we had #9 near back door and also #15 across from kitchen. Air-conditioned library has a computer and printer. Free parking…Need something? The innkeepers will find it and/or fix it. Also walking distance to Tomasita’s (near train station) and a few other places including Whole Foods, and not far from everything else. Will definitely stay on my next trip to SF if I can score a room!
NOW FEAST YOUR EYES ON SOME OF THE AMAZING BREAKFASTS
AND TEATIME DELIGHTS PREPARED IN OUR KITCHEN!
You will be in the heart of historic Santa Fe, New Mexico. This charming Santa Fe bed and breakfast is located within easy strolling distance of the Plaza, Canyon Road, the Guadalupe Railyard historic district, many museums, shops, restaurants, and galleries. El Paradero is a very reasonable and memorable option for those wanting easy access to historic downtown Santa Fe.
El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn offers its own rich history.
This special Santa Fe bed and breakfast retreat was once an adobe farmhouse, built between 1800 and 1820 during Spanish Colonial rule. In the 1880s, Territorial architectural elements were added. Victorian doors and windows were added in 1912 to enhance this authentic piece of Santa Fe history. Adjacent to the main building is a turn-of-the-century double-brick coachman’s house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.