Named one of the top 20 inns in the country, this 100 year old restored Mexican territorial inn lends a pleasing Old World ambience in it architecture, and 20 amazing rooms, each named after, and decorated to represent a famous New Mexican or Native American artist. Amenities include healthy breakfast entrees, afternoon refreshments, a spacious art gallery, therapeutics, and the inn is also the center for many special events/activities throughout the year. Dogs up to 50 pounds are allowed for a $15 one time pet fee per room. Dogs must have their own kennels and be crated when left alone in the room. Dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after at all times.
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