Soak in the sun, rich history, and vibrant culture at this iconic Santa Fe landmark. Built over 150 years ago by Bishop Jean Baptiste Lamy, the property lives and breathes history, taking steps to preserve its unique Southwestern heritage for years to come. Dive in to a dazzling world of discovery and expression with exploration of the surrounding natural world, ancient healing arts, culinary journeys and unforgettable celebrations.
The lodge offers a range of accommodations, from guest rooms to larger suites with fireplaces and pool-equipped private terraces to multi-bedroom casitas complete with a kitchen, and a unique private bunkhouse, which can sleep 24 adults and 12 children. Activities at the lodge showcase the intersection of nature and culture, from horseback riding to a scenic ridge at sunrise or hiking though Santa Fe National Forest to touring a pueblo and learning about the city’s history. All activities can also be made private for large groups, making it a perfect destination for large groups and families traveling together. Traditional pottery, cooking lessons, river rafting on the Rio Grande, fly fishing, mountain-biking, and more are also offered.