You're coming to Santa Fe, for the first time or the 100th. You're picturing everything you've read about or seen firsthand from previous trips. The majestic Sangre de Cristo mountains turning bright red at sunset, the smell of piñon fires, the golden glow of Pueblo architecture at twilight. Most importantly the lodging you'll be staying in. Hoping it will capture the Santa Fe spirit in all its diversity or offer you an insight into the real essence of this fascinating, historic "city different". Well you've come to the right place. The Adobe Abode is just what you are looking for.
Pass through the gate gracing the 100 year old hand laid river rock wall into an atmosphere that won't intrude upon your sense of privacy, but will offer you the chance to meet fellow travelers and share all the little "jewels" you've discovered on your own.
Three blocks from the Plaza, one block from the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, and even closer to the new Santa Fe Convention Center, our historic inn was built in 1907 as officers' quarters for Fort Marcy. Like several other houses in the McKenzie historic district, the Adobe Abode became a residence in 1910 and only four families lived in it until it became a B&B in 1988. The main house was extensively renovated, followed by new construction over a four year period, keeping the history intact but providing every modern convenience.
Just like the mix of Native American, Hispanic and Anglo cultures in Santa Fe, no two rooms are alike. All have been individually decorated to create an ambiance you won't find repeated anywhere else in the world. National magazines have featured the unique decor of the Adobe Abode. Now you can experience it firsthand.