The second building on site was built in 2006, and feels brand-new. Fresh, modern, and clean-feeling, we were thrilled with our accommodations. I traveled with my sister and stayed upstairs in "the annex" as I called it, which looked over the small vegetable garden and rock garden. Our double beds were super comfortable. I did a cartwheel in the pebble-bottom shower.
They spin pottery and make organic make-up on site. If you love Easter, buy Janaka's face lotion. It smells like a Cadbury egg.
The only downside to the Inn at 3600 is that there is no breakfast. Oatmeal, tea, and coffee are available for you to make yourself in the morning. However, you can cruise less than a mile down the road to Highway 4 coffee shop for a green chile, ham and cheese quiche.
Don't forget to drive the speed limit! Its between 30-40 for a few miles.
Check out the birds with their binoculars, left for you in the kitchen downstairs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience a higher elevation in luxury and peace of mind. We offer 2 Suites. Suite A is 440 sq.ft with one queen bed. Suite B is 1100 Sq. ft with 2 bedrooms. We have forced HVAC in both suites for your comfort, which is not available in other Inns/B&B is Jemez Springs. Cable TV and Wi-Fi and access to kitchen if you would like to cook your own meals. ... more less