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Guadalupe Inn

Guadalupe Inn
Visit this Santa Fe B&B find yourself on the property of one of the oldest local families of Santa Fe. Our food is made with the same recipes that we learned from our parents, grandparents and other family and friends who were native New Mexicans.

About Guadalupe Inn

You will see that wood, tin and copper hold a special place in our hearts. As far as we are concerned, Mom's father, Grandpa Sanchez was one of the greatest carpenters who ever walked on this earth. Thus, all of our beds are handmade works of one of the owners or one of our friends. Tin and/or copper hand tooled sconces, light fixtures or furniture are also in evidence. These being the contributions of one of the other owners, his son and one of our cousins.

Agua Fria, the street on which we are located, was once the famous Camino Real, an ancient route connecting northern New Mexico to Mexico.

Your visit to Santa Fe would not be complete if you did not take the time to visit our historic downtown plaza ... a nice six-block stroll from our bed and breakfast.

If you are looking for a four-star establishment with waiters, bellhops, room service and a

hefty price tag, we are not for you.

What we have to offer is a "truly Santa Fe experience" in the only Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast that is owned and operated by a native Santa Fe family.

Property Information

Room Rates: 145-195 US $ US Dollars
Number of rooms: 12
Number of suites: 1
Season: All year

Credit Cards accepted:
Most Credit Cards Accepted

Property Description

Property Location:

We are located in the oldest district of Santa Fe, the historic Guadalupe District. Just a stone's throw from the historic Santuario de Guadalupe, one of the oldest churches in Santa Fe.


Full hot breakfast made to order

Area Attractions:

Agua Fria itself was once the famous Camino Real, an ancient route connecting northern New Mexico to Mexico, traversed for centuries by Indian and then Hispanic traders.

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Contact Information


604 Agua Fria St.
Santa Fe, New Mexico
United States



General Manager:

Dolores Myers & Henrietta Quintana



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