Welcome to Our Southwest Oasis

A family-owned bed and breakfast, the Bobcat Inn is unique to the Santa Fe area. This original 10-acre southwest estate has been restored to its original glory, with an eye for historic accuracy and modern comfort. The beautiful house and land welcomes you to a relaxing and peaceful New Mexico getaway.

Located just southeast of the city, the inn has incredible views of the Ortiz mountains as well as Rowe Mesa and is in a rural setting just 15 minutes from the historic City Plaza and the excitement of downtown, meaning that you can go from peaceful vacation to the conveniences of the city in mere minutes.

Innkeepers John and Amy Bobrick offer a memorable stay with amenities and atmosphere to rival any traditional hotel stay. In the morning, a full breakfast will energize you. Coffee, tea, and snacks are available all day. Complimentary wireless Internet is available onsite, and guests are also treated to the use of nearby El Gancho Fitness, Swim, and Racquet Club, located just 3 miles away.

Summer features breakfasts served in our courtyard. Winter and inclement-weather breakfasts are offered in the southwest-styled great room with its authentic decor and large fireplace to take away the chill on winter mornings.

Vacation rental groups of 14 people or less are welcome during winter months, meaning you can use the inn as a perfect setting for your small vacation with family or friends, adventure getaway with a group, or even a crafting or event retreat.


Happy Holidays ! The inn is starting to look a lot like Christmas as well as Santa Fe. It is a snowy winter day and I can't help but think about food. Tamales, posole , biscochitos just to name a few. These are the traditional foods of New Mexico. Don't forget to order your chile Christmas (red and green chile). We still have some availablity for New Years.                                                                                                                                                                           There are traditional Indian dances during Christmas. Madrid , which is a cute little old mining village between Santa Fe and Albuquerque on the Turquoise trail has the most lights you will see. There are great shops with unique art , gifts , antiques, textiles, chocolate , and more in Madrid. Good prices too. Christmas eve in Santa Fe is very special with the farolitos lining the streets on the east side close to Canyon Road and the Plaza. Small fires , caroling ,hot cider and lots of character.

Merry Christmas- Amy

New Exhibit at The International Folk Art Museum
Monday, November 19, 2012

The Bobcat Inn        New World Cuisine is the new exhibit coming to the International Folk Art Museum in December. It will feature the histories of Chocolate,Mate,y Mas. (and more). The exhibit will run from December 9 through January 3rd,closing on the 4th. The mus... .. read more..

My Visit with Robbie O'Neill to the Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo
Thursday, November 8, 2012

The Bobcat Inn      I had the wonderful opportunity to witness two unique artist Andrew Garcia ,Silversmith and jeweler and Manuel Chavez , a very talented leather moccasin artist this week. Robbie O'Neill has started a new business called Cultural Treasurers here in Santa Fe.... .. read more..

A Santa Fe Culinary Event: Wine and Chile Fiesta
Friday, August 17, 2012

It's not too late to plan a New Mexico getaway for the annual Santa Fe Wine &; Chile Fiesta, during the weekend of September 26-30, 2012.  This annual event brings together the area's best culinary treats and wines from all over the United States, proving that Santa Fe is a force in the ... .. read more..

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