Inn of the Turquoise Bear

Experience Iconic Santa Fe lodging, history, and hospitality in our 1800's rambling adobe estate

4.9

Experience Iconic Santa Fe lodging, history, and hospitality in our 1800's rambling adobe estate

4.9
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The Basics

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Just a 15-minute walk from Santa Fe's historic Plaza, find yourself emersed in authentic Santa Fe style with a stay in one of the city's most historic estates. Enjoy our acre of lush gardens, rambling flagstone walkways, fountains, towering pine trees, mountain views, and warm creative hospitality. Enjoy our innovative comfort food, updated amenities, and personal service as you experience the charms of our City Different and the Land of Enchantment.

At a Glance

  • Free WiFi
  • Pet Friendly
  • Smoke-Free
  • Free Parking
  • Family Friendly
  • Fireplaces
  • Private Ent Avail.
  • Weddings/Events

In the Know

  • Check out the other worldly nature surrounding the House of Eternal Returns at Meow Wolf

  • Experience red, green & Christmas by taking a cooking class at Santa Fe School of Cooking

  • Book a tequila, mezcal, & mole tasting experience at Sazón

  • Have a green chile cheeseburger and margarita at Del Charro Saloon

Stay for the Story

Formerly the home of Witter Bynner (1881-1968), a prominent player in the US arts culture. Bynner was known for parties at the estate including D.H. Lawrence, Ansel Adams, Robert Frost, Rita Hayworth, Georgia O’Keeffe, Thornton Wilder, & others.

Sip & Savor

Here are a few things to sip & savor when you visit…

Try Sazón for sophisticated flavors using Old Mexico's indigenous and culinary traditions

Radish & Rye for farm inspired cuisine

Try Joseph's Culinary Pub for a carefully curated menu featuring duck fat

See & Do

Here are a few things to see & do when you visit…

Tour Georgia O'Keeffe's home and museum

Explore Bandelier National Monument, a rugged but beautiful canyon and mesa country 

Take a day trip to Taos and Taos Pueblo

Guest Reviews

What a fantastic place to stay! We had such a wonderful vacation in Santa Fe, NM thanks to the warm hospitality and wonderful ambiance of The Inn of the Turquoise Bear. Breakfast was delicious, our room was cozy (with a wood-burning fireplace), and the owners and staff did not overlook much-appreciated details like complimentary water bottles and heated bathroom floors. Loved the homage to the inn's literary, artistic past...See More

- Hope Corrigan

What a great old Inn! The customer service at the Inn was OUTSTANDING! The breakfast was one of the best we have ever had. The Inn is an older building but very clean! Decor is very charming. Free cookies and snacks are always available and so is the tea and coffee bar. But the staff is so warm and friendly. constantly there checking on you to make your stay...See More

- Miles Dudley DIY Animatronics - Hessian Manor

This charming and gracious inn was the perfect choice for our first visit to Santa Fe. We felt completely welcomed and at home, and appreciated all of the thoughtful attention to our comfort as guests. There is something magical about this historic property, which has been lovingly restored and maintained. Our suite (Ansel Adams) was private and comfortable, and we enjoyed the gourmet breakfast each morning, as well as...See More

- Debbie Fleming

This was our second trip to Santa Fe, and our second stay at the Inn of the Turquoise Bear. Both stays have been memorable. The Inn itself is remarkable, full of history and character. The grounds are as pretty and inviting in person as they look in the pictures. The owner, Dan, and the innkeeper, Alex, are fantastic hosts. They go out of their way to make sure you...See More

- Dirk Leverant

The moment I pulled into the parking area for The Inn of the Turquoise Bear I knew I had to stay there. I have lived in Albuquerque for over 60 years and have just become acquainted with this quintessential New Mexican bed and breakfast. I love the artistic and literary history of Santa Fe and this inn is steeped in it. Each room is an ode to a different...See More

- Marsha Thom

Rooms & Suites

# of Rooms: 9

Room Amenities: Air Conditioning, Bathrobes, Hair Dryer

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For information on ADA accessibility for the facility or its rooms, please contact the property directly.

Policies

Smoking Policy: Smoke free

Family Friendly: Yes

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Food & Wine

Meals Offered: Breakfast

Special Diets Accommodated: Yes

Restaurant on Premises: No

Dining Amenities: Complimentary Afternoon Tea/Refreshments, Complimentary Beverages, Complimentary Early Coffee Tea, Complimentary Snacks, Picnics Available, Special Diets Accommodated

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Guest Services

Internet Service: Wireless

Inn Amenities: Hot Breakfast, Concierge Services, Free Onsite Parking, Gardens on Property, LGBTQI+ Friendly, Weddings & Events Available

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Weddings & Celebrations

Events Supported: Ceremonies, Receptions

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Business Travel & Meetings

Meeting Types: Business Meetings, Retreats

Meeting Facilities: Yes

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Location Type: Mountains, Small Town/Village