Gandy Dancer Inn Bed & Breakfast de Chama New Mexico
The Gandy Dancer Inn Bed and Breakfast was originally built as the private home of the Reddington family in 1902. The Reddingtons were involved with the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad line that ran throughout Colorado and Northern New Mexico. The D&RG is the predecessor to the Cumbres & Toltec Railroad which operates from Chama now.
In 1991, under new ownership, the home was remodeled and opened under its present name. The name Gandy Dancer found its origins as the slang term for the railroad laborers who built all the tracks by hand in the early years. Originally a three bedroom home, the Gandy Dancer was expanded to accommodate four additional sleeping rooms and attained a 3 Diamond Rating from AAA in 2007. The result is an elegant seven bedroom Victorian Inn.
All rooms are complete with their own private bath, King and Queen Beds and decorated with a colorful and eclectic blend of the past and present.
Bountiful home cooked country style breakfasts at the Gandy Dancer are truly a mouthwatering treat. Our full breakfast is served piping hot each morning in the warm and friendly atmosphere of the sun-drenched dining room.
On warm summer mornings you can enjoy a wholesome hot breakfast out on the private deck adjoining the kitchen, while you watch the hummingbirds feeding nearby at their feeders.
Lunches and Dinners are available with advance reservations, and are included in all of our Packages. Special Dinners are served during holidays or special occasions any time of the year by making arrangements in advance.
We are located one block west of Highway 17 (Main Street) on the corner of 3rd Street and Maple, just a short walk from the entrance to the Cumbres & Toltec Railroad. Give us a call or click on the Reservation Button below to book the premier Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn in Chama.
||299 Maple, on the corner of 3rd and Maple, 1 block from the Train Depot in Chama, NM 87520
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This page was last updated: 04 April 2014