About Wildflower B&B

Wildflower B&B is situated in 8500 feet. The air you breathe here is very clean and dry.

It's our hope to provide you with a place to relax and take in our beautiful surroundings. Whether you want to sit on our front porch and watch the scenery and the hummingbirds, hike the Wheeler Peak, or you want to snuggle up with a good book in front of the fire place or ski the mountain in the winter, Angel Fire is the place for you.


We are of Scandinavian heritage which is reflected in our decorating style and partly in our cooking as well. In addition to pancakes or waffles made from scratch, we offer a hot egg dish daily. This could be an omelet, quiche or a breakfast casserole. We also offer yogurt, often home made, different cereals/grains, seasonal fruits and occasionally baked goods.

Mountain preparedness:

When coming to the mountains it is good to be prepared for changing weather. In the winter make sure your car has good tires/chains. Also make sure you have warm blankets, water and snacks in your car. In the summer bring layers as nights tend to be cool.

Please let us know if you have any special dietary needs so we can acccommodate you as best we can.


We are looking forward to meeting you.

Kind regards,

Lone and Henrik Krarup



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Wildflower B&B

40 Halo Pines Terrace

Angel Fire, NM 87710


Tel./Fax 575-377-6869

Mailing address

P.O. Box 463

Angel Fire, NM 87710, USA

member of Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce
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Halo Pines Terrace is East off NM434 that goes through Angel Fire. You will see a blue building marked Seaton on NM434 and Angel Fire Recycling Center (AFRC) is in the start of Halo Pines Terrace. Behind AFRC you'll see the Kit Carson sub station.

Continue up Halo Pines Terrace and number 40 is the second house on the right.

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