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Conde Nast Traveller just voted Santa Fe

the #2 city to visit in USA!

 

HERE’S THE MOST RECENT TRIP ADVISOR REVIEW!

Our weekend getaway was a last minute decision so it was a little difficult finding availability with such short notice. We could not have been more lucky to discover El Paradero! Value was one of the best we found and location is great, walking distance to the center plaza and very close to the Railyard & Saturday Farmer’s Market. The B&B is full of charm and authentic touches. One gloomy afternoon was passed drinking tea and enjoying the midday snack by the main houses’s fireplace. It was very cozy. We were 2 friends traveling together so needed separate beds, which proved hard to find in Santa Fe, but El Paradero had a room that worked. The bathroom was across the hall, but private so not a problem at all for us. The breakfast was probably my favorite meal that we had in Santa Fe. I would definitely stay here again! 

 

NOW FEAST YOUR EYES ON SOME OF THE AMAZING BREAKFASTS

AND TEATIME DELIGHTS PREPARED IN OUR KITCHEN!

 

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Come stay at El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn.

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.