Mauger Estate B&B Lodging/breakfast
The Mauger Estate Bed and Breakfast is a classically-restored Queen Anne style residence situated in the heart of Albuquerque. Our historic Albuquerque bed and breakfast provides cozy beds and luxurious rooms.
We provide the perfect retreat for business travelers looking for a delightful alternative to traditional hotels. Leisure travelers also enjoy the historic charm of this remarkable B&B that was once home to William and Brittania Mauger. Have a convenient stay at this graceful Albuquerque B&B. Book online now.
Maude Talbot, the daughter of a local tavern owner and wholesale liquor distributor, ordered the residence constructed in 1897 at a cost of $1,600. Maude soon returned to her native New York after selling the home to William E. Mauger and his wife Brittania. The Maugers, a prominent Boston family, purchased the property in 1907 for $4,350. In 1912 they bought the lot to the west and added the two-story sleeping porch.
W.E. Mauger owned the Raabe & Mauger Hardware store on 1st Street, but his primary business was buying raw wool from the Indians and shipping it back to Boston for resale. The Wool Room, now a gracious bedroom on the B&Bís second floor, was originally an office for the wool business records.
W.E. Mauger died in April of 1923 and Brittania Mauger continued to live at the Estate until 1932. Mrs. Mauger then moved to a smaller house on Maple Street where she died in 1970 at the age of 102.
The beautiful restoration.
The Mauger Estate B&B is a classic example of Queen Anne style architecture. It has been beautifully restored with careful attention to detail, preserving many of the original features including etched glass and finely refinished woodwork. The inn features a parlor/sitting room, a beautiful indoor-outdoor dining room, stunning suites and cozy bedrooms (including one with a special doggy door and private yard), and a sunny breakfast room in what was once the homeís sleeping porch.
||701 Roma Ave. Bernalillo, Albuquerque, NW
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This page was last updated: 28 July 2016