Comanche – Pueblo Bonito Inn #8
This warm and comfortable studio has one king bed with a corner kiva wood burning fireplace; maple floors; nichos; saltillo tiled floor bathroom with a walk-in shower; a parsons desk and chairred wooden table with chair to eat or use as desk; small refrigerator; flat-screen television; and high-speed WiFi. Fireplace usage fees apply.
Room 8 is a connecting room, perfect for families or groups of friends.
Background – Comanche People
The Comanche were a proud and very fierce Indian Society- feared by all who knew them. Comanche were originally a part of the Eastern Shoshoni who lived near the upper reaches of the Platte River in Eastern Wyoming. For about 50 years they lived between the Platte and Arkansas River in eastern Colorado and western Kansas. Then they began crossing the Arkansas River and established themselves in large areas of Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. The Comanche are thought to be the first native people of the plains to have horses. They were hunter-gatherer nomadic people who existed on the plains buffalo and raiding other Indian tribes and Mexican camps. It is said that between 1700 and 1875, they stole every horse and mule in New Mexico and Northern Mexico and enough to make them scarce in Texas! They were known as “the Snake People” by other Indian tribes but prefer to call themselves “Our People”.
Pueblo Bonito Bed and Breakfast Inn, 138 W. Manhattan, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Located in Santa Fe’s historic downtown district.
Call 1-800-461-4599 for personal service
“The perfect place to stay in Santa Fe!”
We honeymooned at this delightfully romantic inn! Old world yesteryear charm created a perfect atmosphere for our special occasion. Secluded and intimate. ~ M Louis, Joplin, Missouri