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A historic Pueblo Revival inn just two blocks from the famed Taos Plaza.
Rooms at this handsome Pueblo Revival inn on the National Register of Historic Places (it was built at the turn of the 19th century) come in a wide variety of configurations and sizes, and also have a wide range of rates. The simple Sunburst Room has a fireplace, Southwestern fabrics, rustic furnishings and a spacious bathroom with artful Mexican tiles. At the higher end, a private studio apartment has three walls of windows affording dramatic views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains plus a kitchenette and a private dining area. All of the seven units here are quite large, and rates include a hearty complimentary breakfast buffet featuring such favorite dishes as eggs Florentine quiches and green-chile breakfast burritos. Just a short walk away are the Harwood Museum and historic Blumenschein Home and Museum, and innkeepers Jerry and Peggy Davis are extremely friendly and helpful, always able to recommend great local restaurants and make reservations. Guests also enjoy complimentary passes to a local health club.