I live in a quiet paradise in Chimayo, New Mexico, with high desert or mountain hiking, skiing, Indian Pueblos and Hispanic arts. Enjoy birding outside, or the wood stove indoors. Dine at the local restaurants, or cook at home. Peaceful spot.
I offer 2 rooms, each with a single bed. The rooms are sunny and bright, upstairs, with a bathroom (tub) upstairs and a bathroom downstairs with a shower. The home is filled with crafts from around the world. Bring your own food (basics are available - coffee, tea, sugar, spices, etc. Enjoy the quiet back patio, or the living/kitchen/wood stove downstairs. Or hang out in the weaving room.
Accès des voyageurs
The guest has access to their room upstairs, the bathroom upstairs, the weaving room upstairs, the downstairs shower and the downstairs big room (kitchen/living room). They do not have access to my bedroom downstairs.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I am available to offer ideas, magazines and schedules of local activities. I have lived in this area my whole life am a tapestry artist and know a lot about the local arts and crafts.
I expect guests to be clean, quiet and respectful of the beautiful space around them. I do not have a pet, but I do have 3 grandchildren next door that might pop in to meet you. I would allow a well behaved, quiet and clean small dog.
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I am a tapestry weaver, who lives in a peaceful country paradise here in Chimayo. I am an avid traveler who has lived and taught English in Ecuador, Vietnam, and Peru I have also been a Peace Corps volunteer since I was 55 years old - in Kenya, Guinee and Guyana. When I was 20 years old, I spent 3 years living and traveling in Europe. Here at home, I weave, ski and teach English. I volunteer with disabled skiers and usher for musical events. I have 7 grandchildren, 3 of them live next door. I love to meet travelers and interchange with people of all cultures. Come visit my peaceful country paradise, close to Santa Fe, Taos and Los Alamos, near hiking, biking and skiing, Indian pueblos and the rich culture of the Rio Grande Valley and northern New Mexico.