The Wilderness Gateway is a B&B at the end of the road, or nearly so, into the Pecos Wilderness east of Santa Fe, NM. It contains a main house with a few rooms and then a separate building, a sort of two unit cabin, away from the main house, that has two large suites, each with a mini kitchen, its own bathroom, and parking on the grass. We stayed in the latter, and so "cooked" for ourselves. The location is fantastic for people who are serious mountain hikers but don't want to backpack overnight. Several trailheads are within half a mile of the B&B, so you can walk straight to the trailhead w/o driving. A short drive gets you to even more trailheads into the Pecos Wilderness. The bed was very comfortable, and we slept soundly after our long hikes up and down the mountains. The owners were pleasant and helpful about the area, and we had both deer and hummingbirds roaming around outside our cabin. Wifi was limited--we had to walk 30 yards or so from the cabin to outside the main house to get good reception--but that was a minor inconvenience, particularly given the remote location.