This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Ruidoso reviews
"Our family - 9 of us - LOVED this property! The bedrooms were all separate enough for privacy, but the communal areas were roomy for us all to gather and visit. We played foosball and pool, fished out the back door and enjoyed the hot tub and grill. I wish we had more time to enjoy the creekside fire pit, but it was a quick trip for us!"Guest: Cindy D. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014View listing
"We loved this cabin! The view is awesome and it is so peaceful! They provided all linens we could need plus extras and the kitchen was stocked just as someone actually lives here. We only needed food and clothes. The hot tub was great and the tub in the master was awesome! The property managers took care of the few things that went wrong. We will definitely stay here again!"Guest: Jamie G. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 10, 2014View listing
"My wife and I had a great weekend here. We showed up 30 minutes before check-in and the cleaning crew was just wrapping up. When we stepped in the cabin it was neat and clean and up to our expectations. The porch out back has plenty of seating and an excellent view of Sierra Blanca. Throughout the weekend we spent time in Ruidoso shopping(5 minutes away), hiking around Sierra Blanca(40 minutes away), and checked out the Inn of the Mountain of the Gods casino and restaurant(15 minutes away). We even woke up to 2 inches of snow on Sunday morning! All in all a great cabin in a great location. Although none of these things would prevent me from staying here again I feel they are worth noting. There is no fenced in area if you bring your dog and there was a loose dog at the cabin each morning. The master bed was a little uncomfortable and there was not an exhaust fan in the bathroom. Other than those few small things perfect. We fully intend to stay here again. Enjoy!"Guest: Justin T. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 22, 2014View listing
Ruidoso Travel Tips
Travel to Ruidoso Vacation Rentals
Ruidoso is a vibrant community tucked away in the southern mountain parts of New Mexico. It's a great vacation destination as there is a wide range of attractions and things to do. Beautiful mountains, forest trails, a rich cultural heritage, and modern entertainment all combine to make a great vacation.
Ruidoso attracts travelers that enjoy the outdoors and thrive on a busy lifestyle. It's a great destination for a young and active family or a group of friends wanting a fun-filled vacation. There are miles of trails open for hiking or mountain biking, horseback riding and exploring. In wintertime, the ski resorts attract snowboarders, skiers and cross country enthusiasts who can enjoy miles of well groomed trails. On the other hand, you could choose to have a more relaxing vacation and book yourself into a quiet mountain cabin and simply enjoy the spectacular views.
Benefits of Staying in Ruidoso Houses
With the wide range of attractions and activities available in Ruidoso, it's nice to have your own space to come and go as you please when on vacation. Rental homes offer an affordable alternative to resort and hotel accommodation. What you save on the cost per night can be used to extend your stay so you can enjoy a longer vacation. The houses range from cozy cabins to spacious mountain homes large enough to accommodate an extended family or group of friends. Entertainment and living areas are equipped with most modern conveniences and catering for the family is made easy by the fully equipped kitchens. Getting to and from town is just a short drive so getting groceries and other basic essentials is convenient.
Things to Do at Ruidoso Lodging
The nearby Ski Apache Resort has 55 trails and 11 ski lifts. The resort caters to all levels of skiers from novice to advanced and even has special introductory offers from time to time on ski classes. The many ski lifts mean that you seldom have to line up to get up on the slopes and the miles of well groomed ski runs mean that you can enjoy a full day's worth of skiing. The high elevation of the resort ensures good annual snowfalls and snow-making machines ensure that an adequate depth is maintained. The resort also has seven restaurants and numerous cafeterias and snack bars where you have a lunch break without having to leave the resort.
The Mountain Gods Resort and Casino offers Vegas-style gambling as well as great entertainment. Big name concerts are regularly featured and patrons can try their luck at one of the many gaming tables or slot machines. The Ruidoso Race track is a popular meeting place for the locals. Watch the jockeys race across the finish line and cheer on your horse before collecting your winnings if you've placed an accurate bet.
The outdoors is one of Ruidoso's great attractions. In the summertime, the endless mountain trails provide great hiking and mountain biking opportunities. Pack a few sandwiches and head out to the hills. Take along your camera and binoculars as you're quite likely to spot wildlife and birds along the trails. Horseback rides can also be arranged from one of the many nearby ranches. The long warm summer days are perfect for exploring and you might even decide to spend a night or two camping out and enjoying the starry skies.
Travel to Ruidoso Lodging
The two nearest major airports are El Paso to the south and Albuquerque to the north, although Ruidoso does have its own regional airport. A main highway from the north connects Ruidoso with Albuquerque, and to the south is the interstate to El Paso.