Choose our Taos Bed and Breakfast to stargaze on a private deck or relax in an over-sized sumptuous bath with a second fireplace, soaking tub and private sauna. Each room is unique with its own special charm. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast overlooking a flower-filled courtyard. Your hosts Renee and Phillip provide a luxurious, romantic, and beautiful 1830's adobe hacienda in a country setting.
The Adobe and Pines was voted one of the top winter getaways by the Denver magazine "5280".
"... Romance is not dead. It’s just hiding out at a bed-and-breakfast in a tiny town outside of Taos, New Mexico. Built around a 178-year-old Spanish hacienda, the Adobe & Pines Inn exudes warmth and charm, and through the smallest of details..."
Historic & Acclaimed
"The breakfasts alone are worth going for! We had a wonderful room with a private sauna, soaking tub and 2 fireplaces! Renee and Phil, the new innkeepers are wonderful. They went out of their way for us, even making us a picnic breakfast at 6 am one morning! The vibe is peaceful and relaxing. A home away from home! Loved it! " Jack, Bridgewater, New Jersey - April 2012
The Adobe and Pines B and B was the perfect home-away-from-home for our stay in Taos. New owners Renee and Phil, along with their wonderful host Tracy, made us feel so welcome, and we immediately relaxed with tea and cookies in the peaceful courtyard. The room was beautiful, and the wood-burning kiva was indeed romantic! Breakfast both mornings delighted all our senses. Renee, Phil, and Tracy helped us with concert tickets, directions to Bandolier, and great advice for what to see, do and eat while in Taos. Julie, Lander Wyoming - May 2012
"Casual comfort and a charming air of relaxation is what we experienced at Adobe and Pines Inn. The historical attraction of the original hacienda and grounds kept us snapping pictures the entire time. Breakfasts were appealing and delectable, and our innkeepers were eager to share details of interest about the area. But we found the most appealing thing was the simple beauty that surrounded us in every corner of Adobe and Pines Inn."