Latino Bed And Breakfasts

Jul 01, 10 Latino Bed And Breakfasts

Longing for a place to disappear to for a few days and just get away from it all? Mmmm, aren’t we all? If what you’re looking for is a nice out-of-the-way place in which to decompress and not some resort where you have to fight hordes of socks-and-sandals-clad tourists for an inch of beach, we’ve got just the thing. Here are some great suggestions for exclusive Latino-managed B&B’s across the nation:

Casa de Solana – St. Augustine, FL

Built in 1763, Casa de Socasa de solana lana is located in the historic district of St. Augustine. The inn is named for its original owner, Don Manuel Lorenzo Solana, a member of one of the city’s first Spanish families. Lush gardens and cobbled streets transport you to splendid days of yore, while the many cultural activities has to offer are within walking distance. Casa de Solana is also near the seaside, so if you’re aching for some fun in the sun you can ride down to the beach (in a trolley or a horse-drawn buggy!) to catch some rays and partake in aquatic sports.

Hacienda Dona Andrea – Santa Fe, NM

Elegant, serene and romantihacienda dona andrea c. These are the words to describe Hacienda Dona Andrea, a Bed and Breakfast situated on the hills outside Santa Fe that offers spectacular views, privacy and delicious New Mexican cuisine. The building is an accurate recreation of a Spanish Colonial hacienda and the entire ambiance is designed to give you a feel of New Mexican history and customs.  Learn while you relax!

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Casita Menlo Park – Tucson, AZ

Talk about secluded. This 1bed/1bath cottage located in the heart of Tucson is the single component of this B&B. Casita Menlo Park is a Santa Fe-style guesthouse furnished with Mexican décor and featuring a mission style garden complete with fountain, cacti and shade trees under which to take a reinvigorating siesta. Olé indeed!

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