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Java Junction B & B2856 Hwy 14
Madrid, NM 87010
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Our bed and breakfast sleeps two in a queen-size bed, with a cot for a third, and includes amenities such as a 6 foot soaking claw foot tub, full kitchen, television, air-conditioning and a private patio. Our continental breakfast offers fresh croissants, muffins, breads or breakfast burritos (a local New Mexican favorite) and, of course, fabulous coffees, espresso drinks and juices, all from our shop downstairs. And, of course, we have wireless internet.
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