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Wortley Pat Garrett Hotel, Lincoln, New Mexico

Wortley Pat Garrett Hotel, Lincoln, New Mexico

One of the owners of the hotel was Sheriff Pat Garrett, immortalized as the man who killed Billy the Kid late in the night of July 14, 1881 at Pete Maxwell's house in Fort Sumner, the same time he owned the hotel. The hotel dining room has a collection of old maps, newspapers & paintings. Enjoy the opposite of 1878 with peace and tranquility on a rocking chair along a 92-foot long porch.

Located at 5700 feet and with 7 antique furnished rooms as if you were here 100 years ago.

Since 1874, the Historic Wortley Pat Garrett Hotel in Lincoln, New Mexico has provided meals and lodging in Lincoln where the Old West started. The cool adobe Wortley Hotel sits behind a white picket fence down the one-street town from the Old Lincoln County Courthouse. Along the front is a 92-foot porch where guests can relax on rocking chairs while viewing with serenity the quiet beauty of the surrounding hills, mountain peaks and stars. Part of the porch is enclosed for dining and provides a light, warm setting while visiting with guests.

Wortley Pat Garrett Hotel
Box 96, Highway 380
Lincoln, New Mexico Territory 88338
USA
Wortley Pat Garrett Hotel, Lincoln NM

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