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Bottger Mansion of Old Town
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Have you ever soaked in a natural hot spring with snow softly falling? You can in New Mexico! #newmexico #feedly http://buff.ly/1Cird2V
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Rave reviews from our guests. http://buff.ly/1vG3E4E #eightbroads #abq
It is just the best when a guest asks for a recipe! This recipe is one of them. Credit goes to Beth Hensperger and her book "The Best Quick Breads". This is one tasty bread with sheer pucker power! --- INGREDIENTS --- 3 Tablespoons poppy seeds 1/2 cup milk (I used fat free) ...
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The Bottger Mansion is featured in new edition of the New York Times 36 Hours. USA & Canada! http://buff.ly/1A9aLA8 #visitabq
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The Old Town Gunfighter's perform down the street from the Bottger starting again in March 2015. http://buff.ly/1Fk2ddc #visitabq
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This looks like fun. have a wonderful Thanksgiving, New Mexico style!
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It's a great time to savor the great cuisine we have int Albuquerque.  
Restaurant Week in Albuquerque is February 28-March 2, 2014. Now is your chance to try a new restaurant or go back to a favorite one. Of the 12 restaurants participating this year, three have special fixed price menus for lunch,...
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Read about all the cool stuff you can do on Rt 66 in new Mexico. The Bottger Mansion is on the Mother Road and the place to stay in Old Town Albuquerque.

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If you love beer, Albuquerque should be on you list to visit. Best Beer Cities > January, 2014
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The City of Albuquerque exists today because of the rail yards that were built here in 1881. Fred Harvey is a big part of the early history of the city. Learn more about Harvey and his relationship with New Mexico in this article, In Harvey Heaven - New Mexico Magazine http://buff.ly/11WiaY7 #visitabq
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Another great restaurant in Old Town! Five Star Burgers opens new location
Five Star Burgers has opened a fourth restaurant, this one at 1710 Central Ave. SW in Country Club Plaza.
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A must have cookbook from eight great innkeepers #bedandbreakfast #8broads http://buff.ly/1CMK6Po
A new cookbook, “Eight Broads in the Kitchen,” provides favorite recipes from eight innkeepers, including these six breakfast recipes.
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Congratulations to La Cumbre Brewing Co. for top IPA in the country!

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It began as a “March Madness”-style IPA beer bracket with 128 breweries and the last beer standing was made here in Albuquerque. La Cumbre Brewing Co.’s Project Dank IPA is the 2014 National IPA Champion by Brewing News.
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It was a great day on the Paseo del Bosque trail. Lots of people and perfect weather for a bike ride.
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110 San Felipe St NW Albuquerque, NM 87104
110 San Felipe Street NorthwestUSNew MexicoAlbuquerque87104
(505) 243-3639bottger.com
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historic B&B and garden oasis in the heart of Old Town Albuquerque, founded in 1706
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Cheerful 1910 mansion featuring antique rooms & specialty breakfast, plus free parking & WiFi.- Google
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Jon Butcher
2 weeks ago
My wife and I stayed two nights at Bottger Mansion in July 2015. The location is excellent since the mansion is within easy walking distance to Old Town, restaurants, and at least two museums. The mansion is also within easy driving distance of the botanical gardens, the zoo, additional museums (such as the Museum of Nuclear Science) and other places to visit. We also enjoyed the convenience if having parking places reserved for mansion guests. That was nice! When we arrived, I mentioned to Steve that we had just come from riding the narrow-gauge railroads in Durango, CO, and Chama, NM. So Steve told us about the restoration of Santa Fe No. 2926, a steam locomotive that pulled some of Santa Fe's most famous passenger trains in the 40s and 50s. We visited the restoration that Saturday, and were given a grand tour by one of the volunteers, who was a mechanical engineer who retired from the nuclear lab in Albuquerque and who was very interesting to talk to. We recommend that anyone who is interested in trains visit the 2926 restoration. It is amazing. As for our stay at the mansion, we enjoyed just relaxing in our room during the summer afternoon heat. The bed was comfortable, and the restroom was clean and spacious. It was a special room because it was Steve's train room! In fact, Steve said that the Lionel train displayed on a shelf in the room was his first model train. In addition, we thoroughly enjoyed breakfast in the courtyard. Steve and Kathy were perfect severs and hosts, and the breakfast was delicious. We had to leave early the next morning, so we missed the breakfast in the courtyard, but Steve prepared a breakfast-to-go for us, which we greatly appreciated. During our stay, we also enjoyed relaxing in the reading room, studying the historical photos and paintings in the mansion, and we enjoyed sitting in the glassed-in front porch with it's large windows and ample seating where guests could enjoy their breakfast on bad-wether days and where we relaxed and ate some of Steve and Kathy's chocolate brownies and oatmeal-and-raisin cookies. In conclusion, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the mansion. We recommend it to our family and friends, and we plan to stay at the Bottger Mansion when we return to Albuquerque to see what we missed and to see 2926 under steam.
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Kelly Myers
8 months ago
Lovely accommodations. The location was perfect. Our room was wonderful, the bed comfortable and the sun room delightful. Our hosts were warm and welcoming. The breakfast delicious.
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Alexandria O
9 months ago
Lovely bed and breakfast in the heart of Old Town Albuquerque. Hosts were quite accommodating, our room was quiet, sparkling clean and very comfortable. We enjoyed the high ceilings, interesting furnishings, and the feeling of snug safety.
Response from the owner - 9 months ago
Hi Alexandria, Thank you for your kind words. We enjoyed having you stay with us and look forward to seeing you the next time you are in Albuquerque. Cheers, Steve
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Archie Andrews
12 months ago
What a delightful place. The hosts are incredible, the rooms immaculate, and the ambience - from the front yard where the hummingbirds kindly allow human company to the awesome gourmet breakfasts - will astound. Steve and Kathy, who own and run the B&B appear to really enjoy what they do and graciously share their love of their city and area with all of their guests. Stay here and enjoy a wonderful B&B.
C Smith
6 months ago
The Bottger is an Albuquerque gem. The owners are wonderful hosts and generously share information about the area. The Old Town location provides a unique experience. There are many shopping and dining opportunities. Our room was comfortable, and breakfast was delicious. We shared breakfast with a delightful couple from New York who were taking a day trip to Santa Fe by train. My favorite memory was enjoying the beautiful gardens. Kathy shares her flower seeds, and they will soon be blooming in my Minnesota garden.
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Dushyant Patel
9 months ago
We spent four nights at Bottger and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Kathy and Steve wonderful hosts and very helpful.Kathy happily shared restaurant suggestions for our stay in the Old town. Steve made and absolutely scrumptious breakfast. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The atmosphere was relaxing and comfortable. If the weather had been a little warmer, we would have enjoyed sitting out in the courtyard and just being lazy. Would definitely stay here again when we go back to Albuquerque.
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kim schorer
9 months ago
Great location right on the edge of Old Town. A beautiful historic house with charm and character. The home cooked breakfast is delicious! Steve and Kathy think of everything from having available books on the local scene to browse through, to coffee, tea, and baked goodies, to recommendations of food and museums.
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MaryAnn Simpson
a year ago
We had a lovely visit to Albuquerque and Santa Fe and had the great luck to discover the Bottger Mansion and stay there as our home base. The owners are lovely - friendly but never intrusive, helpful - and patient with many tourist questions and assistance. They arranged for our balloon ride - a special trip for my 89 year old mother-in-law - a bucket list adventure! The inn is gorgeous and comfortable in every way. Breakfasts are awesome - and they even gave us a bagged breakfast to take along on our early morning balloon flight. Can't say enough about this place and the owners - stay there! Location is perfect for walking around Old Town - accessing many great restaurants, shops and museums too.
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