Beautiful, well-maintained, historic adobe home originally built in 1880. The house is in a quiet established neighborhood, and on the NM Historic Registry. It is located within walking distance of the Old Town Plaza with an array of retail and dining options. The renovated home has all the modern amenities, and cultural historic charm you'd expect.
Amenities include: Radiant floor heating, bedroom upstairs has a full-size bed, and a full bath, plus a loft, and a second bedroom downstairs with a queen-sized bed and an additional full bath, living room and kitchen. There is a large portico on the east side of the house with table and chairs to enjoy your morning coffee or tea. The house has a private drive entrance for guest parking.
Holiday rates apply. At $135. per night with a 2 night minimum stay. For weekly booking inquire for rates.
The kitchen is fully equipped. (Dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee pot, tea kettle, stocked coffee and tea)
Stack-able washer and dryer, towels and bed linen are provided. Bathrooms are stocked with shampoo and soap, and a hair dryer. An iron and board are also provided.
The living room, kitchen and down-stair bedroom has beautiful tile floors with an oriental rug; vaulted Tung-n-groove ceilings and unique niches.
Walk a few short blocks to the historic Old Town Plaza and New Mexico Highlands University. A short 10 minute drive north to Montezuma brings the Armand Hammer United World College (UWC) of the American West occupying a historic Queen Ann styled structure resembling a castle nestled in the hillside. Overlooking the canyon, you can find "no cost" natural hot springs in Montezuma, as well as the Dwan Light Sanctuary.
If hiking is what you’re looking for visit the magnificent Hermits Peak with breath-taking views .
For water activities visit Storrie Lake State Park, or Morphy Lake, for fishing, boating, or a cool swim.
For the history buff plan a day trip north to the Fort Union National Monument or south to the Pecos National Historical Wilderness area of the Santa Fe National Forest.
The foodie in you will be flush with food and beverage options. A few of the favorites include breakfast or lunch at Charlie's Spic & Span, El Rialto or The Range Café in the Plaza Hotel, or grab a to-go burrito or taco at Abraham's Tiendita, or Olivia's on the Plaza. The Traveler's coffee shop, also on the Plaza, is where the locals hangout. While there, you can purchase some fresh organic eggs and meats as well.
Other places to visit include: Red River, Sipapu Ski Resort, Angel Fire Ski Resort, and the Taos Pueblo.
Fishing, hiking, biking, canoeing, and golf.
When you arrive, you'll enter through a security gate to enter the yard, and a security screen door to enter the home. Code and instruction with be provided upon booking your stay. Following this, just enjoy your stay and explore everything that's available.
Quick access to Interstate 25 and a network of highway and country roads. You can take a scenic drive to Santa Fe, Taos, and other Northern communities.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
- No smoking
-No loud music
- No pets allowed
-No children (send inquiry for exception)
- No events, parties or large gatherings
- Must be at least 30 years old to book
- The number of people listed on the reservation needs to reflect the number of people staying at the property. Please reach out to the owner prior to check in if there are any changes to the guest count
- Additional fees and taxes may apply
- Photo ID may be required upon check-in.Get the full listing »