First of all this is the only lodging in Zuni, NM. But that doesn't diminish the fact that the Inn is a first rate B and B. A little difficult to find even in such a small town. Look for the main entrance into the Pueblo off the main highway and the warning signs concerning "photography" and you are near. Halona Plaza next door is a bee hive of tribal activity, providing groceries, jewelry supplies and deli style fried chicken. Halona Inn is a brightly colored two story historical house converted into 5 or so separate bedrooms with a large common living room and kitchen. The Inn is booked out most nights so we were lucky to have found a room complete with private bathroom. We made the most of the large shaded yards, perfect for a good read or photo of one of the resident cats. Night came early to the pueblo and between the quiet, the stars and the cool night air, we slept well. Your breakfast is made to order. Fill out your requests at check-in at the Halona Plaza. Blue corn pancakes, eggs and sausage, fresh breads, juice and plenty of coffee brought out a fee smiles from my table. The innkeeper Roger sat for quite a spell with us chatting about the Inn's history and his family and hopes for future expansion. We waved goodbye and on to Gallup knowing it would be hard to find another place like this one that was as memorable and satisfying.
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