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Inn of the Turquoise Bear


Inn of the Turquoise Bear
342 E. Buena Vista St.
Santa Fe,
New Mexico 87505
505-983-0798
800-396-4104
bluebear@newmexico.com
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Tall ponderosa pines shade this rambling Spanish Pueblo Revival adobe, giving it the feeling of being in a mountain setting, although it's only blocks from the plaza. In the National Register, it was the home of poet and essayist Witter Bynner, when it hosted a myriad of celebrities including Edna St. Vincent Millay, Robert Frost, Ansel Adams, Rita Hayworth, Errol Flynn and Georgia O'Keeffe. The walled acre of grounds includes flagstone paths, wild roses, lilacs, rock terraces, stone benches, and fountains. In a Southwest decor, there are kiva fireplaces and romantic courtyards. Guests are invited to enjoy wine and cheese in the afternoon. Museums, galleries, restaurants and shops are within walking distance. Among its accolades, the inn was the recipient of the Heritage Preservation Award from the city of Santa Fe in 1999, and from the State of New Mexico in 2000.

Smaller, well-behaved pets are welcome at the Inn in certain rooms only. Please call or email for specific room availability.


  





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