Light reflects in the shiny brass headboard of the queen bed in this guest room and an antique table serves as a desk for working or a place to rest your novel or write postcards.  Tailored valances top the large windows, and the afternoon sun warms the room even on the coldest winter day.  Hidden blinds can be opened to let in the light or closed when you prefer to sleep later. 

From the northern view, the white steeples of San Felipe de Neri Church peek through the leaves of Old Town Plaza's large shade trees. After a luxurious night’s sleep and a delicious breakfast at the B&B, you’ll be rested and ready to discover all that Albuquerque, NM has to offer.

An attorney who arrived in Albuquerque in the 1880’s, Bernard Shandon Rodey became a territorial legislator responsible for the creation of the University of New Mexico and its location in Albuquerque, as well as being an  advocate for New Mexico statehood, which was achieved in 1912.  Historic photographs and a map of UNM adorn the walls, as well as some amusing statehood cartoons from 1900.  Judge Rodey served as a pallbearer at the funeral of Charles Bottger in 1914.


  • second floor room with queen brass bed and desk
  • private bath with shower
  • 32" flat screen televsion
  • iHome docking station/clock/radio with USB port
  • sleeps 2
  • a good room for the business traveler