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Ranch Casita

Ranch Casita Satellite image of Gallina Canyon Ranch and all of the vacation rentals. Ranch Casita's Living Room Living Room Ranch Casita's Kitchen Ranch Casita's Bedroom Ranch Casita's sleeping deck, with two beds and telescope. View from the sleeping deck Ranch Casita's swim pond Community swim pond The grape arbor A view of Rio Gallina Rio Chama

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Last updated: 04/22/2014
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  • Minimum stay:2 nights
  • Internet:Yes
  • Pets considered:No
  • Wheel chair accessible:No

Abiquiu cabin description

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This rustic casita resides deep within the heart of the Chama Wilderness (the only privately-owned property in the area). Ranch Casita, located on the site of an early 1900s homestead, is one of three vacation rentals we have in the canyon, with Anasazi Ruin Family Camp (exclusively designed for children and dogs) one mile away, and Remote Casita four miles away.

Gallina Canyon Ranch has been featured in many national and regional magazines, including New Mexico magazine, The Santa Fean, Better Homes and Gardens, Sunset, and Martha Stewart Living.

o) Hot and cold running water from a pure fresh-water spring.
o) A bathroom, shower, and toilet.
o) A picturesque kitchen and dining area.
o) A beautiful bedroom with a Queen Size bed with linens.
o) A sunny, comfortable living room.
o) A medium-sized refrigerator and freezer.
o) Low-voltage lighting.
o) A large outside deck.
o) A propane barbecue grill.
o) When available, we will provide eggs from our hens and produce from our garden.
o) Our spring water is excellent for drinking (no need to bring water).
o) 20 miles of peace, quiet, and privacy.
o) WiFi internet is available at Ranch Casita. WiFi also works at the sleeping deck, grape arbor, and community swim pond.
o) You are welcome to bring a swim suit, picnic lunch, and spend the day relaxing at the community pond. We will supply iced tea and towels for your use.
o) The outdoor sleeping deck includes a Celestron AstroMaster 70 Telescope.

Casita's living room is bright and sunny, with sky lights and large windows. Partitions separate the living room area from the shower and ecologically- considerate non-smelling composting toilet.

The full kitchen includes a medium size refrigerator - freezer, three-burner propane stove, cold water, and dining and cooking utensils. The kitchen and dining area are next to each other.

The bedroom has a Queen-sized bed, several comfortable chairs, a writing desk, and plenty of space to place one's clothing.

There is a park-like space behind Casita where one may sit in the shade and enjoy the forest. A lighted path leads from this area to Casita's private Sleeping Deck. The sleeping deck is yours to use exclusively. It contains two full beds, six pillows, two chairs, two small chest-of-drawers, and a table.

There is also a shady 'Ramada' with a table and chairs.

One may cool off during the hot summer days by jumping into the spring-fed community swimming pond. The pond is next to a wisteria arbor for shade, and there is a small refrigerator nearby where you may keep your drinks cold. There is also a cold-water shower at the pond. Evenings at the pond bring bats, mud swallows, and the call of frogs. You may also enjoy using our two inflatable kayaks to paddle around the pond.

There is a shady grape arbor near the main house, a short distance down the road from Casita. Here you may eat, read a book, enjoy the gardens, and access Internet via WiFi.

Casita has an outdoor propane barbecue on the deck. We provide the propane, and also assorted BBQ tools such as a barbecue fork and wire brush.

Casita is close to Rio Chama: there are plastic chairs at the river you may use, in the river if you wish. There is also a low table at the river with the chairs. One may fish for Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout in the Rio Chama.

Ranch Casita Policies:

o) We require a signed waiver from each person when you arrive. Please read the waiver before reserving the rental.
o) Fires and smoking are prohibited in the canyon due to the extreme fire risk.
o) Loving your pets means visiting here without them; we do not allow pets at Ranch Casita.
o) No hunting.
o) Check-in time is 3 to 6 PM (unless given 24 hour prior notice)
o) Check-out time is 11 AM.
o) This is a hard-working cattle ranch. You may encounter cows, calves, horses, chickens and wild turkeys, elk and deer during your stay; they will peacefully ignore you if you peacefully ignore them.
o) Allergens such as milk weed, horse hair, sage, etc., are common throughout New Mexico. If you have allergies, please bring your allergy medication when you visit.
The nearest medical services (hospital and doctors) are three hours away.
o) Prior to your arrival you will wish to shop for all of your food, drink, and snacks for your entire stay. The nearest store is 35 miles away.
o) Casita is at the end of a long, adventurous dirt road. If your vehicle has exceptionally low clearance, let us know and we will meet you at the bridge. (Example: Scion xB.)
o) Please leave all gates as you find them.
o) Radios and cellular telephones do not work in the canyon.
o) If you plan on swimming, please bring a bathing suit. We will provide beach towels.
o) The ranch is a great place for amateur astronomers and stargazers: from our main website you may download a star map for the northern hemisphere to bring with you to the ranch.
o) Please remove your shoes before entering Casita, you may wish to bring slippers.
o) Ranch Casita gets its electricity from the sun. During your stay you will find it necessary to avoid long showers, or using all of the lights at the same time.
o) For off-road hiking, long pants, hiking boots, river-crossing shoes, and insect repellent are recommended.
o) A topographic map of the canyon may be downloaded from our main website (link is below).
o) More images of the ranch are on our website.

On occasion there might be a cow staying in the corral near Casita.

A hike through the canyon will reward the visitor with spectacular views of Northern New Mexico geology, wild flowers, and wildlife. Rio Gallina is a seasonal river: there are no fish in the river.

Cerulean skies and wooly white clouds are the norm most days of the year. We are at 6,515 feet elevation, and the sunlight can be intense: sunscreen and a hat is highly recommended for hikers, as are sturdy hiking boots and river-crossing shoes. Usually the days are warm and the nights are cool.

** See the waiver, cancellation policy, and ranch policies on our main website linked below. We require a signed waiver upon arrival: please read the waiver before booking the rental. **

Property Type

  • 800 sq. ft.
  • Cabin
  • 1 story

Accommodation Type

      • Vacation Rental

      Meals

          • Guests Provide Their Own Meals

          Suitability

          • Pets Not Allowed:

            Due to all of our animals roaming freely on the ranch, we do not allow visiting pets....moreless

          • Minimum Age Limit For Renters:

            Twenty-five years old....moreless

          • Not Suitable For Children
          • Non Smoking Only

          Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2, Beds for 2

          • Bedroom 1

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          • Sleeping Porch

            ...moreless

          • Queen size Beds (1) Our Queen-size bed is accessible from both sides; night stands are next to the bed. The sleeping deck has two full beds, with two night stands with drawers, table and chairs. The provided wedge pillows allow guests to sit up in bed and take in the spectacular 200-degree-wide view of the magnificent canyon walls. WiFi internet works in the casita and at the sleeping deck. We provide bottled water at the sleeping deck....moreless

          Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom

          Kitchen & Dining

          • Kitchen:

            Paper towels, napkins, Ziploc bags, foil / Saran Wrap. There is no oven in Casita. The kitchen contains salt, pepper, sugar, extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and various seasonings....moreless

          • Dishes & Utensils:

            Plates, bowls, eating utensils, drinking glasses, cocktail glasses, ice bucket, cutting board, knives. All common silverware and cooking utensils are provided....moreless

          • Cooking Utensils:

            Chef-quality Revere Proline copper-bottom stainless steel pots and pans with lids; two non-stick frying pans. ...moreless

          Amenities

          • Linens Provided:

            100% cotton sheets, down comforter with duvet cover, hypoallergenic pillows, Memory Foam pillows, extra blankets, sheets, and pillow cases. Also bath towels, wash cloths, large beach towels....moreless

          • Parking Off Street:

            There is plenty of space to park right in front of Casita, just a few feet from the large deck....moreless

          • Towels Provided

          Other Amenities

              • Solar powered lighting. When our fruits and vegetables are in season, we will pick and wash a basket of produce from our one-acre organic garden for you, every morning. The sleeping deck has a Celestron 21061 AstroMaster 70 AZ Refractor Telescope, with Starfinder scope and two eye pieces (45X and 90X). ...moreless

              Communications

              • Telephone:

                Cellular telephones do not work in the canyon. Guests who need to make important phone calls can arrange with us to drive you a short distance out of the canyon to use our special telephone....moreless

              • Internet
              • Wireless Internet

              Outdoor Features

              • Deck / Patio:

                Includes outdoor table and chairs, two lounge chairs, umbrella, outside cabinet for rain gear, and a convenient bench to sit when taking off shoes....moreless

              • Outdoor Grill
              • Wood Deck
              • Lawn / Garden

              Theme

              • Historic
              • Away From It All

              Location & View

              • Mountain View:

                Gallina Canyon Ranch is like a private Bryce Canyon, or Sedona. Stunning 2,000 foot tall red sandstone cliffs throughout a 20 mile long canyon populated with Ponderosa Pines, Pinion Pines and Cedars...moreless

              • Water View:

                Ranch Casita is a leisurely one mile walk from Rio Chama. Located on the bank of the river we have placed a table and chairs for your use. ...moreless

              Car

                  • Necessary

                  Activities

                  • Freshwater Fishing
                  • Swimming
                  • Mountain Climbing
                  • Fly Fishing
                  • Hiking
                  • Rock Climbing
                  • Rafting
                  • Fishing
                  • Kayaking
                  • Forests
                  • Pond
                  • Ruins
                  • Churches
                  • Sight Seeing
                  • Wildlife Viewing
                  • Whitewater Rafting
                  • Bird Watching
                  • Walking

                  Other Activities

                      • Ranch Casita is two miles from Rio Chama; you may wish to bring your own kayak or canoe. Our website includes many more pictures, our rate sheet, and directions on how to get to the ranch. The rate sheet includes 'PayPal' buttons for making a reservation, but please email us first to confirm the nights you desire are available. Please check our availability calendar before emailing. Tax is included in the rates. Our cancellation policy is based upon the number of days between when you cancel and your scheduled arrival date: 30 days or more: 100%; From 29 days to 8 days: 50%; Less than 8 days: 0%...moreless
                       

                      Reviews

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                      • Delightfully rustic getaway, in a gourmet way!

                        Delightfully rustic getaway, in a gourmet way!

                        • Guest AdelArt (Colorado)
                        • Date of stay 06/01/13
                        • Review Submitted 11/18/13
                        My husband and I had a lovely stay at the Ranch Casita. Our intent was to hike the amazing surrounding mesa top in search of the Anasazi Ruins, which we did locate. It was a fascinating adventure. To top that, given our interest in gourmet food, we were delighted to learn that the owner of the ranch, Elizabeth Berry, is herself a cookbook author, and instrumental in making available to the public a vast assortment of heretofore unknown beans. We were supplied with organic wine and fresh eggs from their own chickens by our gracious hosts. This ranch is a place even Martha Stewart would have on her list of places to visit ... and indeed she has! We'll be back ...

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, adventure seekers, romantic getaway.

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                      • Beautiful. Remote. Simple.

                        Beautiful. Remote. Simple.

                        • Guest maufrais (Austin)
                        • Date of stay 08/02/13
                        • Review Submitted 11/11/13
                        We stayed at the remote casita in august- with our two dogs. It was the best place I've ever stayed in my life. It is 4 miles from the remote Gallina ranch. You usually get there by the owners' pickup, but it had rained heavily and we had to go in by horse. No electricity, no cell phone reception. You don't see anyone until they come back to collect you. It is a one-room cabin, with a queen-sized bed and a twin daybed on the porch. (We had our 12-year-old daughter with us. This really is a 2-person place, and we discussed this with the owners. We were willing to use the daybed--it is chilly at night, but the stars are amazing.) There is a gas stovetop inside and a gas grill outside, gas fridge, kerosene lamp, solar bag shower, outhouse. (The other review here for the ranch casita is less rustic, I think, and at the ranch. I didn't see it, but I'm sure it is nice. There is also a popup trailer site.) The little casita is so lovely. The road to the ranch is rough--they can pick you up at the river if you want (it was tricky after rain in a Prius, but we made it). It is in a beautiful canyon, with amazing views and hikes all around. We swam in the river and climbed into little caves. Andrew, Elizabeth and David were wonderful hosts. Beautiful. Remote. Simple. Really, if you like remote, this is perfect.

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing.

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                      • Too short

                        Too short

                        • Guest Jim and Ann (Texas)
                        • Date of stay 09/18/13
                        • Review Submitted 10/02/13
                        Dear Elizabeth, Andrew, and David Wow, what an inspiring, beautiful two days we’ve had at Gallina Canyon Ranch Casita! While way too short, we have enjoyed walks, reading up on the history of the Gallinas, your furnishings, and abundant veggies – daily – wonderful – and eggs. Fabulous! In fact all of our meals were prepared mainly from the ranch’ farm. THANK YOU! And your hospitality us exquisite. The sleeping deck / reading deck: awesome. And the outhouse--- not to be missed!!!! We’ll return for a week next time. Peace, Ann and Jim

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, romantic getaway.

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                      • Paradise

                        Paradise

                        • Guest Joey (New Mexico)
                        • Date of stay 09/27/13
                        • Review Submitted 09/30/13
                        My wife and I came here to unplug and get away for our anniversary weekend, and it was amazing. The drive to the ranch feels adventurous, and is beautiful. You drive along the river and streams almost the whole way, which are all framed by giant, multi colored canyon walls. The casita itself feels like a cozy cottage. It had all the amenities we wanted. We brought food with us for the trip, but Andrew and Elizabeth had us set up with amazing produce from their garden, and some eggs from their chickens, so we ended up shelving a lot of what we brought and ate all the vegetables and eggs (if you have never eaten eggs with bright orange yolks you are missing out!). We did some mild hiking down the road in front of the casita, and also up into the forest. It's incredibly peaceful and quiet. The views are breathtaking and you get wonderfully lost in the remoteness of the canyon. The highlight for us was drinking wine on the sleeping porch and watching the stars. The sky is so gigantic out there and there are so many stars that the sky starts to look creamy, it's a sight I won't ever forget. The only things I could see giving a person pause is limiting light use and the composting toilet. The limited light use is due to the casita being solar powered. It wasn't a big deal at all. We simply turned on a light where we needed it, and turned the lights off where we didn't. The composting toilet is interesting, but not actually weird. It doesn't smell and makes you feel good not wasting any water. I would recommend this to anyone looking to disconnect and wanting to enjoy simple pleasures. I can't wait to go back next year!

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, adventure seekers, romantic getaway.

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                      • Reluctant to let others know

                        Reluctant to let others know

                        • Guest Douglas (USA)
                        • Date of stay 07/27/13
                        • Review Submitted 08/28/13
                        I once read a letter in Outdoor Magazine where the person said basically, "Thanks for nothing. Ever since you wrote an article on one of my favorite places, now everyone knows about it, and it is always busy!" That is the way I feel about Gallina Canyon Ranch. I want to help Elizabeth and Andrew as much as possible, but we will definitely be back and I want it to still be available. We are very good at finding out of the way, off the beaten path places to stay, and as we get older are back country camping less, but are still in search of the remote experience. Starting in Abiquiu, which is pretty much remote, you drive out of town a ways, turn onto a dirt road and descend into the Chama River Canyon Wilderness Area, cross the river and drive up into the Gallina River Canyon. The drive itself is simply spectacular. It is on dirt roads through Georgia O'Keefe territory. The Ranch Casita is a stucco and log structure, with incredible views of the red cliffs up and down the canyon. A short walk from the casita is the "sleeping deck" which is an open air platform with beds for sleeping in an open but covered area. The casita has a minimal kitchen, but is was stocked with quality necessities such as quality olive oil, GREAT dark coffee (and french press), herbs, and fresh vegetables from their garden. Oh yes, and wine! Outside on the attached deck, were a cafe table with chairs, a couple of lounges, and a gas grille. The casita itself consisted of a bedroom, a kitchen/dining area, and a living room. All this being said, this place is not for everyone; the "bathroom area" had a shower and composting toilet separated from the living room with a screen (there is also an outhouse, which we preferred for the view); electric power is solar and therefore limited; I don't know if there is cellular service because we simply never even cared to check. these caveats may be reasons for some not to stay here, for us, they are the reason we Love this place. We never met Elizabeth, but Andrew was the perfect host, and we look forward to our next stay. I would say more, but I just ran out of space!

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, adventure seekers, romantic getaway.

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                      • Our stay was too short

                        Our stay was too short

                        • Guest Bill (Texas)
                        • Date of stay 08/18/13
                        • Review Submitted 08/27/13
                        We want to thank you, Andrew and David for allowing us to experience the beautiful Gallina Canyon Ranch. Our stay was a success, in that we did what we wanted to do, hike, rest and read. The casita was great and although we did not overnight at the sleeping platform, we spent afternoons there enjoying the view and the serenity of the surrounding canyon walls. It was like being cradled in nature. Watching the hummingbirds fight over territory was most enjoyable; at one point they came to investigate our presence within inches. We also loved hiking and climbing up the sides of the canyon walls, following the many game trails. The views from the top of one of the ridges were terrific. One does have to watch where one walks as there are lots of cacti; we experienced some of them a little too closely. We truly appreciated the fresh produce from the garden, especially tomatoes that tasted like tomatoes and the farm fresh eggs for breakfast were the best. We wish we could have brought some of the cool weather with us back to Texas. There is nothing like a crisp New Mexico mountain atmosphere! If there is a drawback to any part of our stay at Gallina Ranch Casita, it is that it was too short. Bill Cone

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, romantic getaway.

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                      • Refreshing!

                        Refreshing!

                        • Guest Lisa (New Haven, CT, USA)
                        • Date of stay 08/04/13
                        • Review Submitted 08/26/13
                        Our stay at Gallina Canyon Ranch was marvelous. Elizabeth, Andrew and David were lovely hosts. The guest cabin was beautiful. The cabin has a sweet and comfy interior, there's plenty of great seating all around the ranch and we thoroughly appreciated the incredible sleeping deck! Truly the quiet, rest, peace and beauty are astounding and refreshing. It's a great choice! Enjoy! Thank you guys. Appreciate you! Katy

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, girls getaway, adventure seekers, romantic getaway.

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                      • Unplug Heaven

                        Unplug Heaven

                        • Guest Ray (Austin)
                        • Date of stay 06/07/13
                        • Review Submitted 08/25/13
                        From all my years of discovering hide-a-way places I’ve never found one like this. Located in the high desert about 75 miles Northwest of Santa Fe it’s a unique sanctuary. A haven for serious solitude, rustic retreat, and outdoor exploring. You get some clues before you arrive — 16 miles of gravel road in, 2 gates, no cell phone service — in other words, you will not be staying at a Holiday Inn. Instead, you find a welcoming casita, friendly caretakers, and a majestic setting. If you’re alone, it offers a time and place to reflect, restore, and consider your path. If you’re with someone, it’s a rare opportunity to share untouched time and strengthen your relationship. Most of all, it’s a place to escape the craziness of our constant connections. It’s unplug heaven. The Casita welcomes you with “Come on in, make yourself at home, and stay a while.” It’s unpretentious but warm, functional but with its own Southwestern personality. There’s all you need — kitchen with tools, dinning table, very comfy bed, and a living area large enough to stretch. The outside deck is a great place for an early morning breakout or a leisurely evening dinner. Lounge chairs, wait in the shade of trees, offering a place to read or laze. A short hike up the trail surprises you with an open, outdoor sleeping enclave. Overlooking the valley below, with its surrounding barns and outhouses, it faces the splendor of the red rock canyon walls across the way. A magical place for an overnight stay or to view an awaking day or the sparkle of the stars appearing on the night canvas. Andrew, Elizabeth, and David are respectful of your privacy but always available if you need them. Come for few days or settle in for a few weeks. You will find it an immeasurable pleasure.

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, age 55+, adventure seekers.

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                      • Unplug Heaven

                        Unplug Heaven

                        • Guest Ray (Austin)
                        • Date of stay 06/07/13
                        • Review Submitted 08/25/13
                        From all my years of discovering hide-a-way places I’ve never found one like this. Located in the high desert about 75 miles Northwest of Santa Fe it’s a unique sanctuary. A haven for serious solitude, rustic retreat, and outdoor exploring. You get some clues before you arrive — 16 miles of gravel road in, 2 gates, no cell phone service — in other words, you will not be staying at a Holiday Inn. Instead, you find a welcoming casita, friendly caretakers, and a majestic setting. If you’re alone, it offers a time and place to reflect, restore, and consider your path. If you’re with someone, it’s a rare opportunity to share untouched time and strengthen your relationship. Most of all, it’s a place to escape the craziness of our constant connections. It’s unplug heaven. The Casita welcomes you with “Come on in, make yourself at home, and stay a while.” It’s unpretentious but warm, functional but with its own Southwestern personality. There’s all you need — kitchen with tools, dinning table, very comfy bed, and a living area large enough to stretch. The outside deck is a great place for an early morning breakout or a leisurely evening dinner. Lounge chairs, wait in the shade of trees, offering a place to read or laze. A short hike up the trail surprises you with an open, outdoor sleeping enclave. Overlooking the valley below, with its surrounding barns and outhouses, it faces the splendor of the red rock canyon walls across the way. A magical place for an overnight stay or to view an awaking day or the sparkle of the stars appearing on the night canvas. Andrew, Elizabeth, and David are respectful of your privacy but always available if you need them. Come for few days or settle in for a few weeks. You will find it an immeasurable pleasure.

                        Recommended for: Sightseeing, romantic getaway.

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                      • Magical place!

                        Magical place!

                        • Guest LCB 2012 (New Haven, CT, USA)
                        • Date of stay 10/18/12
                        • Review Submitted 10/22/12
                        My husband and I just got back from our trip to Ranch Casita and there are really no words to explain how magical this place is! Stunning views of the mesa, incredible opportunities to view wildlife, and just an extraordinary peace and quiet in the canyon! The owners of the place were wonderful too and we felt completely welcome there. I emailed them a bunch of questions leading up to the trip and they were quick to respond and very helpful. The Ranch Casita provided everything we could've wanted - we love to cook and had everything we needed, including a nice Weber grill that we used a lot and a full set of herbs, cookware etc that we could use. The listing was very accurate. My husband and i spent a lot of time just exploring different parts of the canyon - and no part of it disappointed! We were there to see the fall colors, which were just beautiful - adding a beautiful yellow glow to the canyon. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and intend to return in the spring to see the wildflowers in bloom. Can't wait to get back there!!

                        Recommended for: Adventure seekers, romantic getaway.

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                      2 night min stay
                      $133
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                      Notes:

                      ** We require a signed waiver upon arrival. ** No cleaning fee or security deposit. Please check our availability calendar before emailing. There will be no additional charge for extra nights in case heavy rain prevents you from leaving after your paid-for nights.


                      Cancellation policy:

                      Policy available by contacting owner when booking.


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                      Last updated: 04/22/2014
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                      Location

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                      • Nearest Airport: Albuquerque Air Port at 135 Miles
                      • Nearest Train: Santa Fe at 85 Miles
                      • Nearest Motorway: Highway 84 and Forest Service Road 151 at 16 Miles
                      • Nearest Barpub: Blue Spruce Bar at 20 Miles
                      • Nearest Ski: Santa Fe at 85 Miles
                      • Nearest Restaurant: Abiquiu Inn at 20 Miles
                       

                      Owner info

                      Year Purchased: 1977

                      About the owner: Andrew, Elizabeth, and David will be your hosts at Gallina Canyon Ranch. We purchased the ranch in 1977.

                      The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
                      The geology of Gallina Canyon is similar to Bryce National Park and Sedona AZ.


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                      Speaks: english

                       

                      Photos

                      • Ranch Casita

                        Ranch Casita

                      • Ranch Casita's Living Room

                        Ranch Casita's Living Room

                      • Ranch Casita's Kitchen

                        Ranch Casita's Kitchen

                      • Ranch Casita's sleeping deck, with two beds and telescope.

                        Ranch Casita's sleeping deck, with two beds and telescope.

                      • Ranch Casita's swim pond

                        Ranch Casita's swim pond

                      • The grape arbor

                        The grape arbor

                      • Rio Chama

                        Rio Chama

                      • Satellite image of Gallina Canyon Ranch and all of the vacation rentals.

                        Satellite image of Gallina Canyon Ranch and all of the vacation rentals.

                      • Living Room

                        Living Room

                      • Ranch Casita's Bedroom

                        Ranch Casita's Bedroom

                      • View from the sleeping deck

                        View from the sleeping deck

                      • Community swim pond

                        Community swim pond

                      • A view of Rio Gallina

                        A view of Rio Gallina

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                      This listing was first published here in 2009.

                      Date last modified - Wednesday, April 09, 2014

                      $133 per night (USD)
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                      1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom
                      Sleeps 2

                      View calendar: Updated 04/22/14
                      Minimum stay: 2 nights
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