Santa Clara – Pueblo Bonito Inn Room #3
Great location, Great Santa Fe Accommodations! The Santa Clara room is close to the office on the interior side of the courtyard. This enchanting downstairs room includes a queen bed; shiny maple floors; corner wood burning kiva fireplace; natural wood vigas; spacious vanity area; pedestal sink in bath with tub and shower; charming southwestern hand crafted writing desk with chair; large closet; flat screen cable TV; WiFi; phone; refrigerator; coffee set ups; iron and board.
“It’s all in the details”
It’s all in the details and Pueblo Bonito has them all; charm, history, location, comfort and good food! A citysearch review
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Background – Santa Clara People
The Santa Clara people came from the Puye Cliff Dwellings, about 10 miles away from the current Santa Clara pueblo. The people lived at Puye for approximately 300 years before giving up the cliff dwellings due to a lack of water in 1550 AD. At that time the Puye community housed up to 1,500 Indians. The Santa Clara Pueblo is the second largest of the Tewa speaking Pueblos. Until recently the Santa Clara Indians relied on agriculture as it’s economic base. Today, Santa Clara is renowned for it’s arts, crafts and pottery.