"When all else fails,
take a vacation."
Betty Williams was a 1976 Noble Peace Prize Recipient. She knew how to clear and refresh her mind. She did meet her second husband at Disney World while on vacation. As important as vacations are for our state of being and mind, taking one will be a little easier in New Mexico through Autumn.
The Inn is open.
New Mexico's COVID-19 Health Crisis, still in place, has created restrictions regarding the operation of the Inn.
* We are currently not allowed to serve breakfast, however we are offering coffee and small takeaway breakfast snacks.
* Checking in also has limits, we can deal with that scenario when you book.
* If you stay multiple nights, we cannot offer daily housekeeping.
* Bring a mask. Mask are required, in public, throughout the State of New Mexico.
Regarding Breakfast, we are trying to figure out a solution given the current State rules.
The hot tub is open for our registered guests. Rules for the hot tub will be under the specifications of New Mexico's COVID regulations.
Labor Day was the last day of the pool season.
Shops, galleries, and other retail businesses can open with entry limitations.
Restaurants can offer very
limited indoor dining, some outside dining or take out.
Static Museums can open with very limited visitation restrictions.
All entertainment venues and bars closures remain in place. The Taos Pueblo is closed until further notice. All events and festivals have been cancelled through October.
The great outdoors is open. Autumn doesn't know there is a pandemic. Some hiking, outdoor attractions and scenic drives are available and open. Let the cool fresh rarefied air and blue sky be calming, invigorating and rejuvenating for mind and body.
Through September and early October we have greatly reduced our nightly rate, for two persons, to $110.00 - $125.00/night plus tax.
Unfortunately, all Fall events have been cancelled, but there are other "to dos" and additional Inn information click Summer's "Goings On."
We can suggest Taos' limited dinning options, area hikes or Taos exploration tailored to fit your interest. Spend a day walking the Taos Blue Line, created by your Innkeeper, Robert, to discover Taos is more than the Plaza.
We hoped the regulations and restrictions placed on businesses would be short lived. Travel to New Mexico has constraints, please visit the State's travel website or contact the Inn for information.
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