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This lovely inn is in a fantastic location so you can walk to the Plaza and Railyard area. The hosts are so friendly and helpful with suggestions about where to go, eat, etc. the breakfasts were filling and delicious. Our room was in the main...More
We had twelve ladies ranging from age 10 - 76 get together for a Girls' Weekend and we stayed at Four Kachinas. The rooms were very clean, the staff very friendly and helpful. We were allowed to use the common room for a pizza party...More
My sister and I recently had the pleasure of staying at this great little B&B for two nights. It is not the most luxurious place I have ever stayed, but for convenience and price it couldn't be beat. Lovely decorated room with a nice private...More
We recently spent 4 nights at the Four Kachinas Inn. We highly recommend it and would gladly visit again. Our hosts Walt and Wayne were very friendly and knowledgeable about Santa Fe and the surrounding area. They had lots of good recommendations tailored to our...More
I recently stayed at the Four Kachinas. It was my second time at this comfortable Santa Fe inn. The location is basically right next to the Round House, (State Capital bldg.) in a quiet, old Santa Fe neighborhood that is also close to the Plaza....More
Response from Margaret F | Reviewed this property |
Yes there was ample free parking. There are over 350 restaurants in Santa Fe. Most are lively, but Wayne one of the proprietor's of the b&b Really knows what restaurant to recommend and if you want quiet he would be the one... More
Yes there was ample free parking. There are over 350 restaurants in Santa Fe. Most are lively, but Wayne one of the proprietor's of the b&b Really knows what restaurant to recommend and if you want quiet he would be the one to help you. My guess is that the priciest restaurants might be the quietest.