À propos de ce logement
This recently renovated tranquil and traditional adobe casita offers modern amenities on a very private property of shady trees, flower gardens, meadows and multiple courtyards a mere 5 minute drive south of the Taos Plaza.
A tranquil country setting in the Canon district of Taos, this quiet, 1000 square foot historic adobe casita, is nestled under cottonwood trees with plenty of light from eastern and southern exposures. It was renovated in 2013, with radiant floor heating under brick floors strewn with colorful kilim rugs ,two kiva fireplaces, (firewood can be provided) living/dining area with large beam "viga" ceilings and some choice antique furniture, washer/dryer, modern kitchen, flat screen TV with Blu Ray player (no cable hook-up), free WiFi, one bedroom with queen size bed (tempurpedic mattress) and french doors onto courtyard. Plenty of privacy, courtyards,flower beds, meadows and lawns- yet only a five minute drive from the plaza and within a short walk of the Kit Carson National Forest and many hiking trails. The Taos Ski Valley is a 30 minute drive north.
Accès des voyageurs
The two south facing courtyards, with outdoor tables and chairs and cotton wood tree, are for the exclusive use of the casita.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Owners are on the premises and will always be there to give helpful suggestions on how to enjoy your stay in Taos.
No pets please and no smoking indoors. Also please respect the other tenants by not playing music too loudly. If parents want to bring children who are relatively independent of their parents, there is the possibility of renting a two bedroom guest unit across the courtyard from the casita. That space includes a bathroom and could accommodate three kids (two in a queen bed, one in a single) at $50 a night extra...
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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My husband and I settled in Taos after migrating first from New England and then Marin County, California: our kids were going off to school and we could live anywhere. We were drawn to Taos first by the ski mountain, then by the community of interesting, creative people, the architecture and history of the town and then overwhelmingly the landscape. We fell in love with our historic home and its satellite casitas when we laid eyes on the sales brochure in the realty office. We love the process of renovating, bit by bit, casita by casita, we love irrigating with our centuries' old acequias, (ditches) in the spring, we love reclaiming the land, planting pastures, trimming apricot trees, embellishing our flower gardens and courtyards. We are new to Airbnb and looking froward to meeting folks we can show off this unique area to!