is Spanish for a “nest or abode”. An adobe
is a sun-dried mud brick, which is what our home is made
the name - Adobe Nido.
original nido (built in 1985) and our new nidos, are all created
in the old style architecture of the southwest - adobe construction with
kiva fireplaces, exposed adobe bricks, exposed beams, banco
seats, and flagstone walkways. Our main house is the hub of
activity containing main lobby, dining hall, kitchen as well
as our quarters.
2-story guest house next door is just a short walk from the
dining area, (really short...five or six paces).
It houses two beautiful guest rooms, and the apartment size family suite.
Out back, you may relax under a covered outdoor patio next to the waterfall.
grounds include raised bed vegetable and herb gardens, flagstone
paths, southwest xeriscape, outdoor patio and porches, 2 sounding ponds, a fish pond with waterfall,
an apiary and an outdoor Finnish dry heat sauna.
We are celebrating
our 11th year in the bed and breakfast business this year,
(2011), and are happy to report that we are still
Innkeeper Sarah had been marketing, graphic arts and printing
for over 25 years. Enough is enough! Husband Rol came from a backgound in the semi-conductor
We are much happier doing what we do now.
We have found that the next best thing to traveling ourselves,
is having travelers stay with us.