Relax & retreat to our one bedroom, one bathroom, 5 miles to Rio Costilla Park and 45 miles to Taos. Our mountain cabin is in Northern New Mexico, in the town of Amalia. Our cabin is located on a 3,000 acre private resort that our guests make hike, mountain bike and explore dozens of trails and mountain views throughout their stay. Great for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), and pet-friendly.
One bedroom adobe-style cabin is pet-friendly and located in our casita village, with four other cabins within the vicinity, and surrounded by 3,000 acres of a former ski resort.
The cabin includes it’s own private driveway, front porch, private entry and self check-in. The property contains gate codes and key codes for access, so there is plenty of security. We also have employees onsite to help with any of your needs.
The cabin is decorated with Spanish-style art work and has plenty of windows to lookout and see nature views, exceptional kitchen features, equipped with kitchenware, stove, oven, sink, refrigerator, coffeemaker, heater, fireplace, bathtub and shower, clean linens, two couches that pull out into a mattress, and a quality King size bed. There is Cable TV with HBO and additional channels, and wifi for access to internet- everything to make your stay comfortable, and memorable.
The land has an open meadow, ski slope hills, Aspens and Cottonwood trees, and great views of the mountains. It is perfect for hiking on one of our many trails, and a quiet and serene place to relax, explore, write, star gaze or go snowmobiling. Take a walk through our vast open meadow and hiking trails right outside your cabin. Pets are allowed, absolutely no smoking inside. Relax with scenic views in your own private mountain resort.
However, as the unit is a little on the small side, it is recommended to book a 3-bedroom unit for four people. Here is the listing for the 3 bedroom unit: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15869813
Accès des voyageurs
This is our vacation home and we are looking forward to having you join us. You are welcome to use the trails during your stay.
There is a gate with a code needed in order to access the resort. Upon booking, we will provide you with this code. **The roads to the resort are not paved. We groom and clean up our roads daily, however there might be muddy or slippery areas. During the months November-April, we highly recommend guests to use 4 wheel drive cars to access the property.
You may use the fire pit area located in the open meadow when there is no fire danger in the county.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will be available for what ever questions or assistance you need. The resort is secluded, meaning that you’ll experience quietness and tranquility with no car or traffic noise, and an incredible view of the stars at night throughout your stay.
Be careful of the wildlife. Do not litter or leave any trash outside. Wildlife may be present around the area. Fires are allowed in fireplace and firepit areas, only when there are no fire restrictions for our county. There is firewood available on the rear side of the casita to use. Please keep in mind that the resort has limited cell phone reception, but we do have Wifi in the casitas. No pets on furniture. Absolutely no smoking inside.
1. Smoking indoors is not permitted. 2. Pets are allowed inside, but please keep pets off furniture. 3. Fires are only allowed in firepits and fireplaces when there are no fire restrictions for the county. Firewood is located on the side of the casitas. 4. Please do not eat food in the bedrooms. 5. Please do not leave trash out for the bears. Keep trash in trash bins. 6. Please wash dishes or leave dirty dishes in dishwasher. Feel free to use the kitchenware and appliances. 7. No dirty shoes on carpet. Please take your shoes off while walking through our home.
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I am a Denver based yoga instructor and marketing professional. I've lived in California for most of my life, went to college in Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University and studied Business Marketing and Dance. The mountains brought me here, as I enjoy hiking, the outdoors and teaching and practicing yoga. My boyfriend and I visit New Mexico frequently, and enjoy art, boating and fishing, traveling, good eats, live music, and meeting new friends from all over the world.