Cottonwood Inn B&B
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Cottonwood Inn B&B
TripAdvisor Reviews Cottonwood Inn B&B El Prado
Travel Blogs from El Prado
... that there is no running water or flush toilets but the price was right........because we are seniors, only $5.00! We were blessed with a little rain after lunch. We watched as two girls were sent off from the shore of our campground on surfboards. They were poling standing up on them. Evidently this is a new rage in water sports.
We met the people who were ...
... Grande. We did but then had to go back to the high road due to snow. Once on the high road I wanted to stop to shoot photos. We crossed the busy highway and I shot photos from the shoulder. After finishing up we thought we run back across as there was a never ending stream of cars. As I got into the middle of the lane I tripped and fell, my camera banging on the asphalt. I was so scarred, as I’d noticed a car coming around the corner, certain that ...
... resort in the winter.
We've spent the last couple of days driving here from Las Vegas - still reeling from that experience and cursing American drivers who are so slow, can't use indicators and undertake from the right - more about that later. The car has satellite radio which means we've been switching from Nashville to Memphis stations to get our Elvis fix - live from Graceland no less if that isn't a contradiction. It also gives us the BBC world service view ...
Taos Pueblo has a certain allure for me. I am not sure why this pueblo, more than any other, has such a grasp. I think it may have something to do with the scenery; the majestic mountains and peaceful creek which make up the pueblo. But more than that, I think it is because it has always been the headquarters for every ...
... items and admired their other crafts -- horsehair pottery, sage and pine sticks (a kind of incense), paintings, lots of jewelery.
By 6pm, it was time to continue on to Sante Fe... but not before a quick drive through lovely Taos and a quick stop at Hacienda de Martinez, which someone had recommended to us for a special gift we were looking to find.