Why Albuquerque is such a Destination for BnBs

Guests may relax in the serenity of beautiful, secluded gardens or visit Historic Old Town. A leisurely walk along Tiguex Park with its lovely shade trees, inviting open space and state-of-the-art playground equipment takes you directly to the Plaza, the heart of Albuquerque’s heritage. Here you can visit San Felipe de Neri church, founded in 1706. Explore many small patios and back streets where you will discover art galleries, clothing stores, trading posts and specialty shops.

For a change of pace visit the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History adjacent to the Plaza. Enjoy art of the Southwest, learn about the history of Albuquerque and take in the current national traveling exhibit. And just a short distance east on Mountain Road the New Mexico Museum of Natural History awaits your exploration.

Old Town Bed & Breakfast is in a quiet neighborhood located just a few blocks from Albuquerque’s Historic Old Town Plaza. Old Town has restaurants, art galleries and shops to satisfy just about everybody’s tastes. Also, for the kids, Tiguex Park just 2 blocks away has a new state-of-the-art playground. Click on the links below for more information. These nearby attractions and others are outstanding treasures not to be missed.

To top off your day enjoy a delicious meal in one of the fine restaurants in Historic Old Town. You’ll find many choices from local New Mexican flavor to continental cuisine. Then wend your way back to Old Town Bed and Breakfast to settle in for a good night’s rest in the comfort of your “home away from home.”

Find even more information about Albuquerque BnBs from the New Mexico Bed & Breakfast Association.


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