New Mexico Lodging for Bird Watching Vacations

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Rent Ruidoso Vacation Rentals offers Ruidoso visitors a selection of the very best Ruidoso Vacation Home Rentals available. We work hard to make sure the properties we manage are some of  the cleanest and best maintained in all of Ruidoso and Lincoln County.  Importantly, our owners, with whom we work, are also committed to ensuring your next Ruidoso Vacation is one you'll enjoy and remember for years to come. Fruit stands along the highway are stocked with country grown fruits in season. Flower, herb and fruit farms allow the visitor to explore a twist on the traditional farming way of life along with the bird watching and nature observation this affords. Some extra ordinary places to visit close by are Alamogordo, Space Hall of Fame, Oliver Lee Memorial State Park and White Sands National Monument.
Rent Ruidoso Vacation Rentals    Ruidoso            575-808-8460

Enjoy a hearty, homemade breakfast each morning and end your day unwinding on our wide veranda overlooking the lush garden. A great place to slow down after a busy day of sightseeing, read a book or enjoy the porch swing. Inn on Broadway is located within easy walking distance to Silver City’s Historic Downtown featuring a vibrant cultural life where you can explore art galleries and museums, discover one of many exceptional restaurants, or shop for antiques and handcrafted treasures. Nearby Gila National Forest and Wilderness’ 3 million acres offers visitors a chance to enjoy the extraordinary scenery of the Southwest. The climate is mild, with four gentle seasons that encourage outdoor recreation year-round. Take day trips to visit the Gila Cliff Dwellings, the Catwalk and the City of Rocks. Other popular activities include hiking, biking, horseback riding, and bird watching.
Inn on Broadway    Silver City              866-207-7075

Our self-catering, bed and breakfast Guesthouse was constructed in 2003 in the local New Mexico small pueblo style. Las Palomas Guesthouse, with private hot tub, has two covered verandas (porches) with ample seating. There is an outside fire chiminea by the east facing veranda and the south veranda faces the cliffs overlooking Bear Creek - keep an eye out for hummingbirds, owls, birds of prey, sand-hill cranes, road-runners, quail, mule deer, the occasional herd of javelina, turkeys, and even big horn sheep. Situated on 85 acres, at almost 5,000 feet, at the end of a working generational ranch, there are hills and river beds to wander, 1/3 of all the bird species of N. America come through here each year.
Las Palomas Guesthouse    Gila              575-535-4600

Super 8  is close to Restaurants, Friends of the Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge, Festival of the Cranes and Socorro. Stop in on your trip through New Mexico at our Super 8 Socorro hotel near Cibola National Forest. Located in the center of New Mexico just off Interstate 25 between Albuquerque, NM, and El Paso, TX, we are close to several New Mexico destinations. Our Socorro hotel rooms are equipped with microwaves and refrigerators, as well as free Wi-Fi Internet access so you can keep in touch with family and friends back home. After a hot New Mexico day, swim in our refreshing outdoor pool or soak in the hot tub before returning to your room for a sound night of sleep. Begin your day with free 8-item SuperStart breakfast bonanza before heading out. Kids 17 and under stay free with an adult.
  Super 8  Socorro              575-835-1459

Welcome to Americas Best Value Inn Socorro located off I-25, exit 150. We invite our guests to enjoy our free continental breakfast in our lobby. We invite business travelers to take advantage of our meeting space. Socorro, ideally located in the Rio Grande Valley is full of a multitude of outdoor recreation including hiking, rock climbing, bird watching, biking, and fishing. Our Socorro hotel is close to several attractions including Sedillo Park, Hammel Museum, El Camino Real International Heritage Center, Very Large Array (VLA,an astronomical radio observatory), Escondida Lake Park, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge and Water Canyon Campground.
  Americas Best Value Inn  Socorro              575-835-0276

Whether you are coming for pleasure or business, you will enjoy all the wonderful amenities Elephant Butte Inn and Spa has to offer! The Ivory Tusk Restaurant & Tavern has delicious food and great spirits! Just need to relax? Enjoy a cool dip in the (seasonal) pool or have a soothing treatment from the Ivory Spa. Need a great place to hold an event? Business meeting, reunion, party or wedding..whatever your needs are...we will be delighted to help! We are five minutes from the town of Truth or Consequences, the site of historic mineral springs! A Rufous-necked Woodrail was first spotted at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge on July 7, 2013 and is also home to tens of thousands of other birds.
  Elephant Butte Inn and Spa  Elephant Butte              575-744-5431

Adobe and Stars Bed and Breakfast Inn of Taos  is ideally situated between historic Taos and the Taos Ski Valley, surrounded by the ancient Sangre de Christo mountains. A vast mesa rolls westward to the horizon. Spacious and contemporary, this luxurious B&B inn was designed especially with the views in mind. Big windows, decks and patios invite star gazing, bird watching, sunset viewing and the pleasure of contemplation in the hot tub under the stars. It has features such as high viga beamed ceilings, kiva fireplaces tucked in the corners of rooms, and outdoor portals to shade the strong Northern New Mexico sun.
 Adobe and Stars  Taos              (800) 211-7076
Heavenly Lodge is a small, intimate, delightful place for retreats, events, conferences, getaways and short term vacation rental, nestled in the east mountains of New Mexico near Albuquerque and 75 minutes from Santa Fe. Heavenly Lodge, peaceful and private, is located on 6 park-like acres with large pine trees, walking paths, pond and a large hot tub to make your visit special. Heavenly Lodge can have your meals catered for you with our certified chief. We have  great bird watching at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge near our lodge.
 Heavenly Lodge  Tijeras               (505) 474-8359

Bird the Gila Wilderness in SW New Mexico, located on the SW NM Birding Trail, 335 species of birds as well as butterflies and dragonflies are in the area. Ten species of Hummingbirds are here during the season.  We feed birds and butterflies and have a great variety at Spirit Canyon Lodge.  We are a short walk to Lake Roberts and near hotsprings, Gila Cliff Dwellings and other archeological sites.  We have rooms and a cottage.  A cafe with full menu, German food on Saturday.  We have comfortable rooms, private baths and border the national forest.  It is quiet, peaceful, dark night skies with great star gazing.  Come try our hospitality.
 Spirit Canyon Lodge  SilverCity               (505) 536-9459

Step into the old west when you enter the  Black Range Lodge's spacious lobby. Its massive stone walls and log-beamed ceilings - built from the tumble-down ruins of Pretty Sam's Casino and the Monarch Saloon - were completed in 1940. Nestled in the foothills of the Gila National Forest, the Lodge provides easy access to its three million acres of wild animals, flowers, forests, waterfalls and natural beauty. Hiking, Bird Watching and photography are favorite past times here so bring along the camera.  A blend of old and new, each room has plush furnishing and WiFi computer connections. Post your adventures on the Internet, then your friends and family can see all the fun your having.
 Black Range Lodge  Kingston                 (800) 676-5622

The Bobcat Inn B&B is nestled on 10 acres of forested land with views of the mesa for miles and miles. It was originally an old hacienda that has been authentically renovated. It includes a beautiful courtyard, koi pond, and is adobe pueblo style. Located in the foothills 7 miles Southeast of Santa Fe, many interesting sites are located around Santa Fe and the immediate area. Bird watching, hiking, bicycling, skiing, golf and even white water rafting are all within reach or maybe you would like to go shopping or visit some of our museums. Whatever you chose, start the day with our gourmet breakfasts.
 Bobcat Inn  Santa Fe                (505) 988-9239

Savor a relaxing retreat at El Rey Inn, Santa Fe's unique lodging experience! Discover peaceful gardens which attract an assortment of birds and butterflies, private patios, and the spaciousness of a 5-acre oasis. 86 delightfully different accommodations include Southwestern suites with fireplaces and kitchenettes. Each charming room and suite is individually decorated with handcrafted treasures and art collected throughout the years. Only 5 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza, El Rey's reasonable rates, complimentary continental breakfast, in-season pool, whirlpool and sauna make El Rey a traveler's favorite.
 El Rey Inn  Santa Fe             (800) 521-1349

Adobe & Pines Inn is centered around a preserved 1832 adobe hacienda. Against the wondrous backdrop of the ever-changing color on Taos Mountain, enjoy our orchard with fruit trees and wild asparagus while breathing the fresh, clean air with the faint bouquet of pine and sweet grass. As the fire leaps in the corner fireplace and shadows dance on the softly contoured adobe walls, it is more than the warmth of the fire that our guests feel. Laughter and happy voices fill the Inn. Surrounded by nature's beauty, there is a quality of relaxation and casual elegance.
 Adobe & Pines  Taos             (800) 723-8267
 The Java-Junction bed and breakfast sleeps two in a queen-size bed, with a cot for a third, and includes amenities such as a 6 foot soaking claw foot tub, full kitchen, television, air-conditioning and a private patio. Our continental breakfast offers fresh croissants, muffins, breads or breakfast burritos (a local New Mexican favorite) and, of course, fabulous coffees, espresso drinks and juices, all from our shop downstairs.
 Java Junction  Madrid                       (877) 308-8884

Discover a secluded natural retreat, just minutes from downtown Santa Fe's historic plaza - yet miles from ordinary. Nestled in the majestic Sangre de Cristos, The Bishop's Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa offers the perfect balance of soothing luxury and exhilarating recreation in a time-honored setting. During spring and fall, explore the adjacent Santa Fe National Forest on guided trail rides - offering dazzling views of rolling foothills and majestic canyons. Presiding over 450 scenic acres at the base of the Sangre de Cristos, our lodge is the premier choice of Santa Fe resorts.
Bishop's Lodge  Santa Fe                (800) 419-0492

Come stay with us at "The Parlor Car Bed & Breakfast" when you visit the Chama Valley. Chama is a wonderful get-away destination for hiking, bird watching, boat excursions, fishing and horseback riding. State parks offer quiet, clean campsites; local shops are stocked with wonderful finds. Enjoy chuck wagon dinners with cowboy poetry reading, historic walking tours, fossil hunting and panning for gold, sure to revive the Spirit of the West.
Parlor Car  Chama                (888) 849-7800

The Little Tree is a charming and intimate four room bed and breakfast with  sweeping views, lush gardens, glorious sunsets and a night's sky laden with stars. Located just a quick drive to town or the ski slopes.  Visiting hummingbirds enchant guests as they enjoy a scrumptious breakfast on the portal. Whether it's tips on hiking, skiing, Taos Pueblo, local artists, shopping, restaurants, or real estate agents, or just leaving you alone to find your own way, we will do our best to ensure that your visit will be all that you hope it will be.
 Little Tree  Taos               (800) 334-8467

Experience Southwestern charm and history in Taos Inn, this quintessential New Mexico inn located in the heart of Taos' historic district. Acclaimed by National Geographic Traveler as "One of America's Great Inns," and listed on the National and New Mexico Registers of Historic Places. Choose from 44 unique rooms and suites, most with seasonal pueblo-style fireplaces. Award-winning Doc Martin's Restaurant ("a legendary restaurant" Bon Appetit), and The Adobe Bar ("The social center of Taos" Travel and Leisure) on the premises.
Taos Inn  Taos                (888) 518-8267

The Madeleine is delighted to announce the opening of the   Absolute Nirvana Spa & Tea Room. This romantic Santa Fe bed and breakfast, built in 1886 by a local railroad tycoon, offers an opportunity to experience historic New Mexico lodging at its best. Tucked away on a quiet street near the    Santa Fe Plaza and Canyon Road and surrounded by lush and peaceful gardens, birds and butterflies, the inn features beautiful stained glass, ornate fireplaces, unique architectural details and period antiques.
Madeleine  Santa Fe                 (888) 877-7622
The Water Street Inn, so many things within walking distance:  Santa Fe’s reknowned galleries and shops, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Palace of the Governors, and of course restaurants specializing in the cuisines of New Mexico and the Southwest. Enjoy one of Santa Fe’s historic buildings just steps from the Santa Fe Plaza. Santa Fe is the jewel of New Mexico, and what better accommodations than the Water Street Inn.
 Water Street Inn  Santa Fe               (800) 646-6752

 Walk through the massive carved gates of  Hacienda Antigua and step back in time. During its history the Hacienda has been a trading post, wagon train stop, stage coach stop and railroad stop. The gentle courtyard with its big cottonwood and abundance of birds, butterflys and flowers is the heart of this 215 year old adobe hacienda. Relax in the shade of the portal or soak up the bright southwestern sun by the swimming pool and hot tub.
Hacienda Antigua  Albuquerque                            (800) 201-2986

Red River is located in the southern Rock Mountains, part of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and is completely surrounded by the Carson National Forest. Perfect mountain living every season of the year. There is a large deck on the river for relaxing while watching ducks, deer and skiers coming down the slope. You can soak up the scenery from the hot tub on the deck. We feel the River Street Bed and Breakfast offers the best in privacy as well as the opportunity to make friends and is just a short walk from the hustle and bustle of downtown.
River Street  Red River               866-754-6220

The sights, sounds, and scents of New Mexico are to be found at Hacienda Vargas Bed and Breakfast Inn. In the past the site was used both as a stagecoach stop and a train station. It is a testimony to the romantic ambiance to be found here that many pledge their devotion to each other by exchanging marital vows in the Hacienda Vargas Chapel and spending their wedding night in one of the suites with a private Jacuzzi and authentic Kiva fireplace. Open a window and listen to the birds and gentle soothing sounds of the desert.
Hacienda Vargas  Algodones                     (800) 261-0006

Albuquerque's  Adobe Nido Bed & Breakfast is an oasis where guests feel welcome and at ease. We are located in the North Valley, very close to Old Town and Downtown, but have such a rural atmosphere, you won't even know you are in the city. Our grounds include raised bed vegetable and herb gardens, flagstone paths, southwest xeriscape, an aviary, outdoor banco sitting areas and patios, a sounding pond and a fish pond with waterfall, and an outdoor Finnish dry heat sauna.
Adobe Nido  Albuquerque                           866-435-6436

Sarabande Bed and Breakfast, named for the rose that grows in its gardens, is a gracious, hospitable inn, nestled in the pastoral Village of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque. Sarabande Bed and Breakfast's enchanting casa features sculptured adobe walls, ceilings crafted from hand hewn vigas and slender latillas, one-of-a-kind antique stained glass windows and uniquely  charming guest rooms more peaceful than a Spanish lullaby. A bubbling courtyard fountain welcomes you to a world that combines the quiet charm of traditional New Mexico architecture with the serenity of the historic Rio Grande Valley.
Sarabande Bed and Breakfast   Albuquerque                   (888) 506-4923
The Nora Dixon Place, built in 1960, echos New Mexico's unique Territorial era architecture. The New Mexico Territorial style house is adobe brick with sawn pine trim painted white and pedimented, divided-light windows. Nearby Old Town Albuquerque offers museums, galleries, sightseeing, Indian art and wonderful restaurants. Also nearby are the Albuquerque Zoo, Bio Park, and Central Avenue--Historic Route 66.
Nora Dixon Place  Corrales                 (888) 667-2349

 Dobson House  sits at 7,000 feet on a 100 foot hill in a rift valley overlooking the Rio Grande Gorge, near natural hot springs. All around, there are mountains and desert.  The Rio Grande Gorge is 350 feet deep at Dobson House. The hiking and views are spectacular and there is an interpretive center which provides information on the local geology, flora and fauna. Be on the look out for mule deer, hawks, and eagles who inhabit the area. Fish for northern pike and trout here. We'll be glad to pack you a lunch.  This is an ideal time for great downhill and cross country skiing, hiking on the mesa, llama treks, bird watching or soaking in the hot springs.
Dobson House  El Prado                    505-776-5738

Set on 10 acres, DreamCatcher Inn is only a half-mile from BLM land, for those who love to hike and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the beautiful High Desert. Relaxing is a priority at this Inn, which offers magnificent views of both the Organ Mountains and the city lights in the evenings. Our guests find themselves close to fine dining, shopping, New Mexico State University, NASA, and several of the area's colorful Southwest attractions.
DreamCatcher Inn  Las Cruces                            (505) 522-3035

The Anasazi Ranch located on the High Road to Taos continues the Martinez family tradition of hospitality and the celebration of life in Northern New Mexico including over 200 years of ranching in Peñasco. We are located in Llano, near Taos, a fabled artist colony and Indian Pueblo. The view from the ranch is sweeping: to the east, Jicarita peak; to the north, Taos; to the west, the Rio Grande Valley and the San Pedro Wilderness, 100 miles distant. The Carson National Forest borders the ranch on the south.
Anasazi Ranch   Penasco                      (505) 587-1939

Fire Water Lodge Bed & Breakfast offers a relaxing oasis for your well being and comfort. We offer geothermal hot mineral water tubs in our rooms. Spa services are available with our healing arts professionals. Our historic adobe motel building is a 50's style motor court with classic charm. The guest rooms surround a charming garden sitting area with a fire pit.
Fire Water Lodge  Truth or Consequences                     (505) 740-0315

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