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Located in Espanola, New Mexico, the Inn at the Delta is a two-story inn with Northern New Mexico style architecture and hand-carved accents. The area has a rich history and features many local festivities throughout the year, including fiestas, country music concerts, parades, and ancient ruin tours. There are two buildings on the Inn at the Delta property. The first houses the main office and meeting room, the second is where the guest quarters are. There are ten rooms in guests can reserve at the Inn at the Delta. Each room is spacious and features art and furniture hand carved and painted by local artists.
The Inn at the Delta allows guests to experience unique, Northern New Mexico style architecture and hand-carved accents. The main building has an office and a meeting room. There is a separate building for guests, with ten rooms. Two of the rooms are located upstairs. The rooms are known for being spacious and providing guests with plenty of room to spread out as they need. The furniture in each room was hand-carved by local artists.
The suites each have unique amenities, including jetted bathtubs, Kiva fireplaces, and a covered porch with outdoor seating. All the rooms are decorated differently, though they all have the same general northwest theme. Guests can find rooms with two queen beds, a single queen bed, or a king-size bed. Each room is 600 to 700 square feet. Other amenities include conference facilities, internet, exercise, a swimming facility, a flower shop, and area attractions.
The property covers three acres and specific work has gone into the landscaping. The property is located in Espanola, New Mexico, which is a high mountain desert environment. The area has four distinct seasons, offering different natural experiences and sights depending on the time of year when guests visit the property. In addition to the natural aspects, the owners and workers work diligently to keep up with the property's landscape. The property is open year-round and typically sees the most traffic during the summer and fall months.
The Inn at the Delta is a centrally located spot, offering guests a convenient location to reach various area attractions. The Bandelier National Monument is a historic site that guests can visit during their stay and offers walking trails, ruins, and cliff houses. There are also a variety of art galleries in the area where guests can experience locally crafted items. The Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center showcases local artwork and offers guests the chance to learn about the community's history.
Local places to eat include the El Paragua Restaurant, El Parasol, La Cocina, and Italian Infusion. Guests can find shrimp cocktails, quesadillas, soups, taco plates, and more at El Parague. For guests looking for something other than local Mexican cuisine, the Italian Infusion Cafe serves subs, pasta, salads, and truffle fries.
The Inn at the Delta strives to provide guests with a "home-away-from-home" type of experience. A primary goal of the property is to provide guests with large and comfortable rooms. The hope is that guests have a relaxing and peaceful time while staying at the inn. The owners and staff hope that guests feel well-rested upon leaving the property. The team also strives to provide quality service and create a warm and friendly environment for their guests.
Guests often comment on how well they slept and how relaxing the atmosphere of the property was. One guest said, "Our suite (a very large room) was beautifully decorated with local art and hand-carved furniture, and had a gas-fired Kiva fireplace, a splendid couch, comfortable chairs, and a dest. There was so much to admire- the hand-carved fram around a mirror, the art in an arch in the wall, the viga, and the tiled floor." Another guest called the property "a desert oasis", and continued by saying, "You will want to stay forever at this beautiful hacienda-style bed and breakfast inn.
The rooms are spacious with a living room, sleeping, and dining area tastefully furnished, accenting the high beamed ceilings. Patios look out onto the gorgeous gardens. The main house is filled with beautiful area art of all types. Breakfast is delicious. The staff are delightful and so knowledgeable about area attractions and dining. So relaxing it makes you want to move in." The Inn at Delta is a place for guests to create their own personal zen.
The property see guests of all ages and in the area for all reasons, including business travelers, travelers passing through, and tourists coming to experience Northern New Mexico. The Inn at the Delta is centrally located and is especially convenient for guests looking to visit various local attractions. The property is only ten miles from Chimayo, a historic trading post displaying local artwork, pottery, jewelry, and more.
The Inn at the Delta is a family-owned inn that has been in the Garcia family since 1949. The inn first started as a neighborhood bar, and the inn accommodations were added on later. The current owner is Anthony Garcia, who is the grandson of the original owner, Augustine Garcia. Later, the parents of Anthony, Maneul, and Marie ran the property. The property has expanded over the years but has continued to provide guests with a relaxing and inviting experience. The Garcia family has worked hard and continues to work hard to add to the community and help others experience Espanola, New Mexico.