Your choices of places to stay in the Pecos area are relatively limited and some places require quite a bit of advanced booking. Three of them have very similar names, but they’re all unique and located in different parts of the Pecos area. If you want to stay in a hotel, you’ll have to stay in Santa Fe and there’s an abundance of choices and price ranges. It’s only a 25 minute drive from Santa Fe to our school.
Pecos River Cabins – 505 757-8752
The Pecos River Cabins are the only in-town, on the river lodging available. They are located about 8 minutes from our school. Located adjacent to the Pecos River, there are four modern cabins and three rustic cabins available. After a lesson you can step into the river behind your cabin and enjoy the sunset or practice what you’ve learned.
Bobcat Inn 505-988-9239
442 Old Las Vegas Hwy, Santa Fe, NM 87505
I’ve had clients who’ve stayed at the Bobcat Inn and were very pleased with their stay. It’s the closest place to stay that isn’t in the Pecos area. It also places you close enough to downtown Santa Fe that you can take advantage of restaurants and entertainment without a lengthy drive. They also offer three pet-friendly rooms.
Los Pinos Guest Ranch 505-757-6213
This historic ranch has been around for over a century, originally owned by Amado Chaves and family and now owned by the McSweeney family since 1965. Listed as a Registered Cultural Property by the State of New Mexico. It’s located at the center of all that is wonderful about the Pecos Valley. Located 20 miles north of the Village of Pecos, at the end of NM-63 in Cowles. It overlooks pastures and meadows that surround Panchuela Creek and the Pecos River, with splendid views of Round Mountain and Grass Mountain.
Rates include breakfast, packed lunch and dinner. Los Pinos Ranch is smoke-free. They do not accept credit cards.
Open from June 1 – September 30
Santa Fe KOA Journey – Info: 505-466-1419 – Santa Fe KOA Journey website
If you’re traveling with an RV or travel trailer, the nearest KoA campground to our school is the Santa Fe KOA Journey, located on the Old Las Vegas Highway in the Cañoncito area near Apache Canyon. It’s about a 15 minute drive to the school.
Wilderness Gateway Bed and Breakfast 505 757-2801
This bed and breakfast is located all the way up the valley near the end NM-63 just before you drive into Cowles. The location couldn’t be more spectacular for views and access to hiking, fishing and enjoyment of nature. It is located 20 miles up the valley from Pecos, so jaunts into Santa Fe take about an hour.
Pecos Trail Inn 505 982-1943
2239 Old Pecos Trail – Santa Fe NM 87505
This place is located on the very edge of Santa Fe on Old Pecos Trail, about a mile from Interstate 25. It’s the closest place to stay in Santa Fe to our school. Prices are reasonably for the area. Added benefit: It’s only 5 minutes away from Harry’s.