This early-19th-century adobe farmhouse is located in historic downtown Santa Fe, on a quiet side street within easy walking distance of many of the city's top attractions and restaurants. Rooms and suites are decorated with rugs, weaving, art, and other bright touches, with warm reds, muted yellows, inviting greens. Some of the rooms feature skylights, balconies, and kiva fireplaces. The two suites are in a separate building, a turn-of-the-century brick coachman’s house that is on New Mexico's list of Historically Significant Properties. There's a quiet garden courtyard with flowers and native plants and a walled-in patio with large evergreens.