Sandhill Crane Bed & Breakfast

Contact Information

Judith Newby 

Address: 389 Camino Hermosa, Corrales, NM 87048

Phone: 505-898-2445



Category: Accomodations 

About Sandhill Crane B & B


 We remain closed.  Our governor has posted a travel restriction on anyone coming into the state of New Mexico by auto or by plane.  Anyone arriving in the state MUST self quarantine for 14 days before leaving your hotel or destination.  While we would love to host you, I am sure you would rather not spend 14 days in your room waiting for the quarantine period to pass. We have passed the New Mexico Safe Certified training.  Stay safe, stay healthy and see you soon!


Your hosts, Judith and George Newby, invite you to explore New Mexico from the Sandhill Crane Bed and Breakfast.  The Sandhill Crane, a recipient of the 2018 "Best in City" and the 2019 Best of Rio Rancho awards presented by "Albuquerque the Magazine,"  is a true adobe hacienda with great mountain views in the quaint village of Corrales, 30 minutes from downtown Albuquerque and 45 minutes from Santa Fe.



Situated on two acres on the edge of the bosque, the home is shaded by giant cottonwoods and pines.  There are 2 guest rooms  in this partially handicapped accessible home.  Guests are encouraged to enjoy the great room that features a traditional kiva fireplace and floor to ceiling windows that offer fabulous mountain views.  The inn's brick floors and timbered ceilings are a highlight of Southwestern architecture.  Each room features original art by local artists.  We offer free Wi-Fi for our guests who can't bear to be without their email or social network connections!

Travelling with a dog?  We accept well behaved canine family members in our Bosque Suite!  See our Inn Policies page for more information. Unfortunately, our two Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Bart and Zoey, are not available for playdates!

Keep up with events and what's cooking at the inn by checking out our blog page.  It is our way of sharing our adventures with all of you who we meet as guests and now call friends.