Nestled along the ancient waterway of the Rio Chama Valley, Abiquiu Inn is the ideal location for visitors to access the beauty and mystique of northern New Mexico. The Inn is central to the rich culture of the Rio Chama Valley, adjacent to the Georgia O’Keeffe Welcome Center. This charming hotel offers private casitas and suites set amidst majestic Cottonwood trees. The property overlooks red rock mesas and Plaza Blanca, known as the White Place to O’Keeffe fans.
Adventure seekers consider Abiquiu Inn to be the jumping off point for hiking, rafting, fishing, and exploring northern New Mexico. Additionally, artists find their inspiration in the light and landscape of Abiquiu. In fact, the new Sculpture Garden at Abiquiu Inn represents nine local artists with 20 sculptures. They positioned their modern and contemporary creations throughout the grounds. They provide a visually stimulating tour that doubles as a relaxing park-like stroll.
Abiquiu Inn serves red and green chile and a damn good cup of joe. The red chile rubbed ribeye and green chile stew are menu favorites, but it’s the breakfast you don’t want to miss. Try the Sunrise Over Chama Valley,which features corn cakes topped with avocado, sunny side eggs and pico de gallo. Or the Lil’ Abiquiu, with pan-fried trout, eggs, potato and toast. It’s a delicious way to start your day.
There are no shortage of things to see and do in the area. For ideas, check out the Highway 84 road trip post for a breakdown of everything in the area or more in depth posts about Puye Cliff Dwellings and Mesa Prieta.