The Carriage House - $189/night (Nov. - Feb.) $209/night (Mar. - Oct.)
The Carriage House at our Albuquerque B&B combines the luxury accommodations of an inn with the privacy of a vacation rental.
Perfect for an extended stay or a romantic New Mexico honeymoon, this Charming historic cast stone home is nestled in the back of the Spy House and the Heritage House. This cozy home was once the original carriage house to the beautifully restored home that is know as the"Spy House." However, in the late 30s when the house began to be converted into apartments, the Carriage House also became an apartment, making it a luxurious and quaint apartment of its own. In fact, the bathroom still contains the original porcelain mosaic tile, as well as some of the original kitchen cabinets.
There is one bedroom with a king-size bed. Next to the bedroom is a large living area that has a daybed, which can be pulled out to an additional king-size bed or two twin beds. Also in the living area is a desk if you need a place to set up an office away from home, or it makes a perfect game table. Just like all of our other rooms, we also offer you cable TV and free high-speed wireless Internet.
The kitchen has a stove and oven with microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator, and some of the necessary dishes if you would like to prepare any of your own food during your stay. In one corner of the kitchen is a small table for an intimate meal for two.
The private fenced backyard wraps around the house and has a bench and small table should you want to sit outside for dinner or just to relax. But of course you can also enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the main grounds.
The Carriage House is like having a little home of your own. You even have the luxury of central heat and air. We also stock the house with the same little treats you would get if you stayed in any of our rooms, a stocked refrigerator of your own with a variety of drinks, warm cookies, crackers and cheese, and a bowl of fresh fruit. And of course, you get to enjoy a warm gourmet breakfast every morning in the main house.