Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm

Wander through the lavender fields at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF
Visit the store with lavender products at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

 

One of the things that surprised us most about Albuquerque was the climate. We’d never been before our recent trip with Alaska Airlines, and we expected a stereotypical desert. We didn’t find Albuquerque to be very desert-like; it’s at a high elevation and it actually snows in the winter, and the variety of vegetation was striking.

For example, this organic lavender farm! A friend of ours in the travel industry suggested we stay at Los Poblanos on our visit. Unfortunately, they were fully booked, and so was their acclaimed restaurant, but we did get a chance to stop by for brunch. It was one of our favorite places in Albuquerque!

 

There's a beautiful drive that you pull through with tall trees at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF
Check out the store at the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

The bar at the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF
We recommend the breakfast burrito at brunch in the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

Order the ebelskivers at brunch in the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm is one of the best places and hotels in Albuquerque , The Taste SF
We recommend ording the ebelskivers at brunch in the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

You must go for brunch in the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF
In the kitchen at the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

Have brunch in the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

 

Designed in 1932, this historic 25-acre farm has 50 guest rooms, a restaurant, manicured gardens, and a beautiful farm shop that sells lavender products.

We got a table on the patio for brunch, but it was hard to decide between dining al fresco or indoors, in eyesight of their huge hearth. Having seen the roaring fire, we naturally only wanted to try entrees cooked over the fire, so we ordered the breakfast cazuela and a breakfast burrito. Our server also suggested the cardamom ebelskivers, which were heavenly with coffee on a chilly morning!

 

You can take bikes out at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF
Stay at the beautiful Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

Wander the Flower gardens at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

Hanging chilies dry at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF
Adorable Alpacas at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

 

After brunch, we strolled through the beautiful and peaceful property, and even stumbled upon a pack of Alpacas.

If you’re planning a trip to Albuquerque, Los Poblanos is a must. We’d suggest reaching out very early as the hotel is small and books up quickly, especially during the famous Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta.

Thank you to Alaska Airlines for sponsoring this post.

You'll want to hang out at the bar at the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SFHang out at the bar at the restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

Alpacas at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

Visit the Alpacas at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Lavender Farm Albuquerque, The Taste SF

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