This eclectic place stretches the boundaries of what a B&B can be: 39 rooms spread across a multitude of properties, each done in a different style (and for different prices), but all sharing a traditional New Mexico aesthetic of wood-burning fireplaces and Mexican-tile bathrooms. Since there's such a wide range of room types, I recommend picking one that appeals from the website ahead of time. The owners' families have lived in Taos for generations. They opened this place in 1989 in what was an art gallery and artists' residence just a few blocks from the main plaza. The lounge and dining room are in the main building, with a patio and two outdoor hot tubs. Don't miss the homemade granola at breakfast.