This guest house is located at the foot of one of the most significant petroglyph locations in the area. The accommodations are simple and satisfactory. The breakfast good and filling. The innkeeper knowledgeable, direct and somewhat intrusive.
We were in Albuquerque during a bitter cold spell. The home was kept quite cold and we slept in several layers of clothes so as not to have to trouble the status quo.
It was like staying with a family member. One whom you enjoyed visiting and discussing things with, but one you could never escape once inside the house.
The petroglyphs were magical. Carol mentioned that they "reveal" themselves to you and she was so right.
That said, I would go back if the conditions were right. It would have to be warmer and I would have to be without my spouse. The conditions were unsatisfactory for someone who needs it warm.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Albuquerque Bed and Breakfast adjacent to Petroglyph National Monument. Scenic hiking, birding and rock art. A peaceful, ancient setting. Perfect for singles, couples or families. ... more less