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Inn At the Delta


The Inn at the Delta B&B is located in the beautiful valley of Espanola, New Mexico. The authentic Adobe structures are considered by many to be among the most beautiful in Northern New Mexico featuring breath taking architecture accented by hand carved corbels, portals and hand made Mexican tile floors. 
The Inn at the Delta is situated among the surrounding Eight Northern New Mexico Pueblos and approximately half-way between Santa Fe and downtown Taos.  Your adventure begins here and then a short drive takes you to El Santuario de Chimayo, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Georgia O'Keeffe country in Abiquiu or Albuquerque.  The Inn at the Delta is conveniently located and our accommodations invite you to relax on your getaway!

Explore the beauty of New Mexico

It is no wonder that people love staying at the Inn at the Delta.


Due to COVID-19, limited community center amenities
are available with restrictions.

Located adjacent to our property and within walking distance of the Inn is a local community center featuring an olympic-size swimming pool, excellent exercise/weight room and a public library. As a free service for our guests, we provide passes to enjoy these facilities during your stay at Inn at the Delta.


We provide high-speed wireless internet access on the property. Also available, at no extra cost, is a small business office in the main building providing internet access and a printer for guests using their own mobile computer.

Area Restaurants

Delicious Northern New Mexican cuisine is offered at many renowned restaurants. We would encourage you to visit them and enjoy the ambiance and hospitality of this region. 
During your stay with us, you are welcome to explore the family's extensive private collection of Native and Spanish Artwork in the main house.

Area Attractions

The Inn at the Delta is the place to stay because it is perfectly situated to accommodate endless exploration! Plan your daily excursions to include visiting the historic pueblos scattered across Northern New Mexico, enjoying a personal pilgrimage to the Santuario de Chimayo, riding the slopes of numerous surrounding ski resorts, touring Georgie O'Keeffe country in Abiquiu or visiting her museum in Santa Fe, strolling along the Santa Fe Plaza, attending the internationally-famous Santa Fe Opera, enjoying the works of local artisans and craftspersons, and the list goes on-and-on! After your daily adventures in the Land of Enchantment relax in one of the Inn's oversized rooms complete with a Kiva Fireplace and a large whirlpool tub.
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The Cuisine of Northern New Mexico is sure to please and will quickly become a favorite of yours.
New Mexican cuisine is not like any other food originating in the contiguous United States and can be easily distinguished from other Mexican and American cuisines, due to its addition of spices, herbs, and flavors; especially red and/or green New Mexico chile peppers, anise used to flavor the "Biscochito" the state's official cookie, and the Piñon nut the state's official tree (try a delicious cup of New Mexico Coffee Company's Piñon Coffee).

The Northern region of New Mexico produces a fusion of Native American with Spanish and Mexican dishes. New Mexican cuisine evolved throughout its early tumultuous history adapting influences from nearby Pueblo, Apache and Navajo people, as well as Spanish dishes. An early product of somewhat isolated circumstances, this cuisine maintains its unique identity and is easily identifiable by the presence of foods and dishes such as Native American frybread (sopaipillas), breakfast burritos, enchilada montada (stacked enchilada), green chile stew, carne adovada, green chile burgers, posole, slow cooked frijoles/beans, and calabacitas - a dish of sauteed corn, zucchini and summer squash.

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