À propos de ce logement
Sunny private bedroom in a traditional Adobe home surrounded by beautiful fields on a quiet street. Newly remodeled bathroom and full access to the owner occupied home. 7-minute walk to the Historic Taos Plaza and 30-minute drive to Taos Ski Valley.
This charming traditional adobe style home is located on 2 acres surrounded by beautiful open fields that sometimes serve as a landing pad for hot air balloons. The front yard is fenced and in the back there is a old red picnic table and adirondack chairs for taking in the afternoon sun. There's an apple tree, plum tree, and cherry tree on the property with plenty to share if you visit during the right season.
Private bedroom with access to a shared (always clean) bathroom. Full size bed with cozy linens and extra pillows. Brilliant morning light comes in the bedroom windows to ensure that your day starts off in the best way possible. The curtains can be closed if you're looking to snooze. Living room is comfy and inviting for computer time, reading, relaxing, hanging out, games, sharing meals, etc, etc. Kitchen is thoroughly stocked with just about anything you may need if you are planning on cooking in.
Accès des voyageurs
All community spaces in the home are available for use. Kitchen, living room, and backyard. Fridge space as well as use of kitchen appliances and the self-serve dish station. Laundry is available for guests with longer stays. All spaces are kept clean and tidy. Guests are welcome to come and go as they please during their stay.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I am generally around to answer questions and make suggestions but will follow your lead for interactions. I oftentimes disappear into my space to respect your privacy. If there's something that you fell will make your stay more comfortable, please don't hesitate to speak up. I'm more than happy to hear about things I may have missed and may be to help!
Taos is known for art, culture, and music as well as the exceptionally beautiful surroundings. Stone's throw from shops, coffee houses, restaurants, bars, museums and community events oftentimes hosted in Taos Plaza or on Bent Street. Grocery is near as well. Taos Mesa Brewing Tap Room is a short walk and the TMB Mothership Brewery is a short drive. They always have something great going on at either locations. Taos Inn hosts live music 7 nights a week. Exploring, adventuring, hiking, rock climbing, bouldering, snow shoeing, skiing, snow boarding, soaking in the hot springs, pampering yourself at Ojo Caliente are ALL options during your time in Taos.
Downtown is completely walkable! Free shuttles to the Taos Ski Valley available from KTAO. The Chile Line bus service is also available.
7-minute walk or 3-minute drive to Taos Plaza.
10-minute drive to Taos Pueblo.
15-minute drive to Taos Ski Valley shuttle at KTAO.
30-minute drive to Taos Ski Valley.
No television or microwave in house. There is a great toaster oven for heating up food. Coffee and tea available for enjoyment with french press. Adjustable temperature control in bedroom. Sleeping is limited to the guest bedroom, the couch in the community space is not an available option.
Of note, I am in the process of obtaining a fully trained 'facility dog' or 'therapy dog' to integrate into my social work practice. My new pup friend Admiral is finishing up his training with Assistance Dogs of the West in Santa Fe and will be joining the household Wednesday, March 22nd. He will be a 'working dog' so he will go to work with me all day, most days however when he is here at the house, he gets to put his paws up and relax. Please let me know if you have any questions about this.
Please maintain kindness and respect. No smoking indoors, outside is okay. Please wash your dishes and tidy after yourself. The couch in the living room is not an available option for sleeping, solely lounging.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I'm a clinical social worker working with mainly children and adolescents in the Taos community. I am an avid outdoor explorer. I enjoy hiking, camping, skiing, and travel as well as tending to my vegetable garden. After 10 years in Chicago, I moved to Taos and haven't looked back. I previously hosted guests from AirB&B during my time in Chicago with my former roommate Susan: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6551512?s=VJvt