1500 W. Kelly St.

Silver City, NM 88061

Stonehouse Inn offers:

Reasonable lodging

Flexible stays

Private, furnished rooms for individuals and groups

Common space and outdoor patios

Pet Friendly 🐾

ABOUT THE INN

Stonehouse Inn is a 1960s updated ranch. All rooms have the basics with memory foam mattresses for the beds. It is located across from the Boston Hill Trail System. and near WNMU and historic downtown Silver City. Close to the Tranquil Buzz Coffee House. All downtown restaurants and galleries are within walking distance. Stonehouse Inn makes an ideal space for traveling professionals or long-term travelers. Also, this space has easy access to the Gila! The inn pledges to The New Mexico Safe Promise by the New Mexico Hospitality Association.

Guest access
As a guest at Stonehouse Inn, you have use of the living room, dining room, kitchen and shared bath. Patios outside are public. Common entrance is on the east side of the house.

Ft. Bayard Trail System

Ft. Bayard was an outpost dating from pre-civil war times.  It was constructed on Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache territory.  After the United States defeated the Native Americans in this area, the military post became a sanatorium for service men with Tuberculosis and the hot springs on the fort grounds were capped to provide power to the hospital.  Remains of the fort and the Apaches still dot the complex and the trail system in place weaves across the acreage through elk preserves and into the Gila National Forest.

Little Walnut Rd. Trail System

Gomez Peak is central to this trail system that weaves around  piñon, oak and yes, walnut trees and the peak.  The Wagon Wheel trail leads up into the mountains and meets up with the Continental Divide Trail for a great section hike or bike.

Boston Hill Trail System

Silver City had its start in the Central Mining District in the silver mines on Boston Hill.  Mining pits and rugged trails make this an ideal biking venue.  You can also walk and search the area around the mines for rocks and minerals.  When you reach the top you will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the city.

Archaeology and the Mimbreños

Mimbreños had clearly established themselves in the area well before the Spanish arrived.  They lived a Pueblo life and used black and white designs to finish their pottery. Known traders, they lived among the Apache until their culture declined.  Visiting the Gila Cliff Dwelling or the Mimbres Cultural Heritage site will give you a glimpse into their past.

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What Our Guests are Saying

Julie was sweet, friendly, and accommodating. She was very flexible with me when I arrived late and left late because my phone failed to switch time zones. Her space was quaint, unique, and very homey. Felt like staying in a cabin owned by an architect lol. 10/10 highly recommend Julie and her home.
Issac
March 2020
Julie is a great host. She’s very friendly and her home is super cozy. Everything was clean and instructions were very clear. Id highly recommend this place for your stay in Silver City.
Chris
December 2019
Julie's Inn is fantastic - very close to downtown and lovely view of Boston Hill. Julie is a great host and full of tips for exploring the surrounding area. I lived in this space for almost two months and really felt at home. Julie was gracious in allowing my small dog to come with me, and Julie's dog Cody is a big fluffy sweetheart. I would love to come back someday!
Layla
March 2020

1500 W. Kelly St.

Silver City, NM 88061