From the moment you arrive at this unique New Mexico Bed and Breakfast, you will be immersed in the tranquility and mystique of an area that attracted Native Americans, Spanish explorers, artists and adventurers throughout the ages. The inn, located high on Black Mesa just 1.5 miles off legendary Route 66, CÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Âbola Outpost offers a spectacular panorama of the Zuni Mountains. Hike to the top of Black Mesa and view Mount Taylor "sacred ground to the native tribes of western New Mexico" which dominates the pristine skyline. CÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Âbola Outpost is your perfect headquarters for touring America's Adventure Heartland El Malpais and El Morro National Monuments, the Zuni Mountains, Laguna and Acoma Pueblos, the Dine (Navajo) Nation and Chaco Canyon World Heritage Center. New Mexico's best mountain biking is just minutes away in the CÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Âbola National Forest with thousands of acres of sandstone mesas blanketed with juniper, piÃƒÂ¢on and ponderosa pine forests. This secluded bed and breakfast is only an hour from Albuquerque, NM.
The Cibola Outpost Bed and Breakfast offers a myriad of private sites on its ten acres to marvel at the changing colors on the mesa as the sun travels across the deep blue sky, or for gazing at millions of stars undimmed by city lights. You may choose to watch a movie in the inn's entertainment room and enjoy its wet bar (the Outpost does not have a liquor license but you are welcome to provide your own alcoholic beverages), or relax in the serenity of the library/music room with its massive rock fireplace and 1859 Hamilton "Cabinet Grand" piano." A hearty breakfast will help you start every morning with the views from the sunlit two-story atrium.
Your bed and breakfast hosts, Suzette and Ted Gengler, have fallen in love with the Grants, New Mexico area, and look forward to sharing the unique, pristine vistas and geological and cultural wonders surrounding the bed and breakfast with you.