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We went to a Wedding party at the Pueblo Canyon Inn and it was great! The hosts, Matthew and Elizabeth had everything arranged and the setting was beautiful. It had rained earlier in the day, and they dried all the outdoor furniture. It was a very warm and wonderful setting with an area for children, a ramp (for those that are mobility impaired) to get to the lower grassy level. We also stayed at the Pueblo Canyon Inn and the room was great, with our own porch directly connected to the room, overlooking a nature area. The hosts were very accommodating and made sure that we were comfortable. Breakfast was very nice. I highly recommend the Pueblo Canyon Inn for a nice place to stay and for a small (we had about 50 people) wedding venue! There are also several large public area, one with a piano and one with a billiard table.

We really enjoyed our stay at Pueblo Canyon Inn! Upon arrival, the owner welcomed us, showed us our room, and answered all of our questions. The property is beautiful, as was our room (the Caldera). Even though it was fully booked when we were there, the inn was very quiet and peaceful during our stay. The bed was incredibly comfortable, all amenities were provided, and the self-serve breakfast was great. We would definitely stay here again!

We rented the small cabin behind the property and it was amazing! Tiny living in the flesh! Lovely stone shower! We saw lizards and a deer literally feet from us. Quiet and so relaxing! Our breakfast was delivered in a little basket to our door in the morning (you order the previous night) and was a great way to start the day. We will come back here!

I recently stayed at this comfortable, clean and charming B & B in Los Alamos. My room was well appointed, the bed was comfortable and the common rooms (including a pool table) were nicely decorated. Breakfast is a do-it-yourself affair heavy on carbs and dairy. Since I eat neither I was glad they had hard boiled eggs and some fresh fruit.

Stayed here 3 nights in late March, with wife and kids (9 and 5), staying in the 2-bedroom cabin building (there are two cabins, in addition to the rooms in the main house). This was a really fun stay, and certainly I'd recommend it over the blah hotels in the area. Details... THE GOOD: --Hosts offered the cabin instead of the rooms we originally reserved in the house, gave us a choice, because the cabin came open unexpectedly --Hosts were friendly and helpful --Cabin is stone masonry outside and adobe brick inside, and so well insulated that it was always comfortable day and night without any HVAC running --For a family with kids, the cabin is just right - 2 bedrooms big enough for a 4-person family, full kitchen, 2 baths, fireplace, porch with swing, patio with outdoor fireplace, comfy common space --Rate was quite reasonable for the size of the space --Location is secluded and beautiful THE BAD: --Keep in mind that for the cabins there is no breakfast served. And if you are in the rooms in the house, the breakfast is more continental - don't expect a full-on affair --Some of the furniture and fixtures in the cabin are pretty beat up and in need of some repairs, but were all functional. --The shower in the master bathroom is small and oddly set up, makes showers a little clumsy If you're staying Los Alamos, this is the place to stay for me. If you're looking for luxury this isn't it, but honestly, luxury doesn't exist in Los Alamos for lodging anyway. It is quaint, reasonably priced and a pleasant place to stay.

I stayed at this B'n'B for a week and really enjoyed my stay there. My room was very clean, spacious, and the bed was super comfortable. It was also convenient to have a sink, microwave, dishes, and mini-fridge provided in the room. I loved the fact that my room had a private patio outside, which was great for relaxing and taking in the mountain air while I did some work. The location of the B'n'B is good if you are interested in doing some hiking, as there are trails nearby. It is also just a few minutes drive to downtown Los Alamos. The hosts were extremely kind and checked in intermittently to make sure I was enjoying my stay. The breakfast items available were diverse and delicious. I especially loved the croissants as well as the (homemade!) granola and jam. I would definitely stay here again.

We spent a few nights here as we explored local sites. Our room was comfortable, and,breakfast was pleasant. Essentially breakfast is served at your room's door in the morning. You then have the choice of eating in your room, on the deck or in a common room with a table. The owners are friendly and the ambiance is very restful.

The Caldera room was very comfortable and had all the basics covered. We got lots of deep sleep with the windows cracked to take in the cool mountain air. In the evenings, we played a little pool or listened to the coyotes on the patio. This place is very close to some nice paved and unpaved bike/hike trails (just like anywhere in Los Alamos actually). The hosts were super nice and the Croissants were awesome!

We really enjoyed our stay here! My teenage daughter fell in love with the room because of the adorable loft bed. The room was spotless and very comfortable. The super nice owners (with three kids!) had definitely put a lot of work into making it a nice place to stay. Other reviewers said there was no AC but we were comfortable -- there was a fan in our room. For breakfast, there is a card you fill out the night before with a variety of choices - breads from local bakeries, cereal, yogurt, eggs, homemade granola, etc. Their granola and jam (both homemade) were excellent! There is also a microwave and a fridge at a shared breakfast bar.

Had a very nice stay at this B & B in Los Alamos. The hosts were full of great recommendations & very friendly. The room was very nice with a well appointed bathroom. The heavy continental breakfast featured croissants from a local bakery. Would stay here again!

San Ildefonso Rd Los Alamos NM

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Business center

Pueblo Canyon Inn is located within a few miles (5 km) of Los Alamos Historical Museum and Karen Wray Fine Art Gallery. This 6-room, 3-star guesthouse welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast, served each morning from 7:00 AM to noon.


Rooms

All 6 rooms feature ironing boards. Guests can enjoy flat-screen TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Rooms also include free toiletries.


Property features

Pueblo Canyon Inn features free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and a terrace. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready. Additional amenities include laundry facilities, a garden, and barbecue grills.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking (Caldera)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking (Bandelier)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Comfort Single Room, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Classic Suite, 1 King Bed, Balcony, Mountain View

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

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