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Kevin and his wife Teresa were smart, attentive and superb Inn owners/keepers. Bed and general flavor of Inn was excellent. Great Breakfast. We stopped over on our way to Santa Fe.
Only sad comment was to see the general state of the town Trinidad. Apparently...More
This wonderful B & B was just what we were looking for for the get-away weekend. The owner picked us up at the Amtrak train station and pointed out restaurants as we drove to the B & B. After welcoming us to his home and...More
This Inn is absolutely wonderful! We stayed in the beautiful Walnut Room. It had windows all around, lots of space to relax and the private bathroom was huge! Trinidad had received a few inches of snow and it was absolutely breathtaking looking out from the...More
We took the Amtrak to Trinidad for a fun getaway. Kevin from Tarabino was helpful and very nice since we started planning the trip. He picked us up from the train station and gave us a little tour around town. Rooms are nice and comfortable...More
My wife and I stayed just one night as we passed through CO en route to AZ, but we wish we could have stayed longer. We stayed in the largest room (the Chestnut?) and we loved it. It had a large sitting room, an even...More
Response from Tarabino | Property representative |
This is a false assumption. I'm not sure why this potential guest did not receive a return call, but sometimes voice messages are inaudible, and sometimes despite being instructed to leave a message with a phone number... More
This is a false assumption. I'm not sure why this potential guest did not receive a return call, but sometimes voice messages are inaudible, and sometimes despite being instructed to leave a message with a phone number, people fail to do so. We had a full house on Monday, 8/28/17, and we are very much open for business. The inn is for sale but we have no intention of closing until/unless the house sells. The sign on the front window read, "Sorry No Vacancy."