Discover your Spirit at the Dreamcatcher B&B
Taos, New Mexico is truly an enchanted place! You can’t always put into words what draws you here or what makes you want to stay, but the location is for those who love to explore new cultures, soak in the natural beauty, the openness of the locals and the spiritual adventures that await you.
Here at the Dreamcatcher we provide a private getaway to experience it all. We are located in a quiet residential neighborhood, yet a ½ mile walk to the heart of it all in the historic Taos Plaza.
Let us share our tranquil gardens, beautifully appointed rooms and delicious breakfasts with you as you discover Taos!
Welcome to Dreamcatcher Bed and Breakfast, Taos New Mexico
Winner of the Reader’s Digest “Best small town B&B in New Mexico 2019”. Come and let us show you why….
Rooms & Suites at the Dreamcatcher B&B
Each of the seven rooms are individually decorated in a Southwestern style. All rooms have a private entrance that opens out to the gardens with hammocks, fountains, and plenty of seating space to gather around the firepit. The rooms have either a wood-burning Kiva fireplace or a gas fireplace, both available to keep you warm and cozy in the romantic evenings. Each room is well-appointed with locally made touches such as soaps and lip balms. We have tried to think of everything to make your stay at the Dreamcatcher a most memorable one.
Home Cooked Gourmet Breakfast
Each morning you will start your day with a full gourmet meal. Check out our online reviews, the guests seem to love our breakfasts, and we love hearing the laughter and exchange of stories around the table.
Call us to book today, we would be happy to help you plan your trip to Taos!
Due to the current COVID-19 health crisis, all guests and employees are required to wear a face mask while in public areas of the hotel and while exploring Taos and the surrounding areas. Violators are subject to a $100 fine. Guests and employees must practice social distancing and maintain a distance of 6 feet between others whenever possible.
In addition, per Executive Order 2020-054 (issued 7/1/2020), all persons who have arrived in New Mexico from a location outside of the state must self-isolate or self-quarantine for a period of at least 14 days from the date of their entry into the state or for the duration of their presence in the state, whichever is shorter.