Old Abiquiú Bed & Breakfast (B&B) is located in northern New Mexico approximately one hour northwest of Santa Fe on US Highway 84. Adjacent to the B&B is the ancient Abiquiú trading village and Santa Rosa de Lima ruin site where over 1,000 people dwelled in the 1700′s. The Fiesta of Santa Rosa de Lima is celebrated annually on August 23rd with a two-mile horseback and walking procession beginning at the ruin and ending at the Santo Tomás Pueblo Church in Abiquiú.

The two-story adobe B&B consists of 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 kiva fireplaces, and a loft which can be used as an accommodation for young adults. The cantilevered staircase is built from 4 different local woods with an Aspen viga/post carved by a renowned local carver. The B&B sits on 4 acres with riverfront land, a 40′ portal overlooking the river and several ancient cottonwood trees approximately 350 years old surrounding the property. Beyond the river cove is a wildlife refuge for migrating water fowl.

As an alternative to the traditional accommodations, Old Abiquiú B&B also offers unique camp sites in the bosque along the Rio Chama.  These rustic sites offer a restful environment for cyclists, long-distance hikers, or anyone looking for a convenient and reasonably priced overnight stop.  Call 505-685-4784 for more information.