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"We stayed in this charming condo for five nights. When I drove in I was a bit worried since the condo backs up to St. Francis, a busy highway in Santa Fe. Once inside it was if we were in our own little oasis in the city! The home is quiet and comfortable and once inside, you would never know you're in a city. The home was furnished well with lovely artwork and good lighting. The kitchen had everything we needed including a coffee grinder! The beds were super comfortable. All this and we were in within easy walking distance to The Railyard arts district and the Santa Fe Farmer's Market. Couldn't ask for a more pleasant, comfortable, convenient stay in Santa Fe! Will definitely stay here again!"
Guest: Sally S.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 24, 2015
"Place for two? This is it!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
This casita is the perfect place for rest, relaxation and proximity to the Plaza. It's location to first class dining spots and the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum allows for walking instead of driving. Victoria outfits this place with a thought toward serving guests so that you have the comforts of home. Her attention to detail and knowledge of the neighborhood, city and the art community makes this a wonderful place to stay. My wife and I enjoyed this casita and will return. The five star reviews are true!"
Guest: A guest from Buda, TXDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 7, 2015
"We've been talking about spending Christmas in Santa Fe for years, and this year finally decided to do it. We rented this lovely casita and were so happy we did. Decorated in charming cast-offs, southwest-inspired fabrics and original art, this adorable, cosy place was the perfect size for two adults, and our dog. It has all the necessary mod-cons, including a dishwasher, a washer/dryer, a nicely equipped kitchen (with an electric tea kettle!) and two wood-burning fireplaces (note: be sure to push the grate all the way to the back of the fireplace, or you'll set off the smoke alarm, which we did ;-( The location is spectacular. We walked everywhere; to the plaza, to Canyon Road, to the rail-yard area (kind of a schlep but invigorating!) The off-street parking was very appreciated, especially since it was snowing when we arrived and parking on the street to unload would have been a chore, and possibly dangerous. The Casa also features a charming fenced in yard (which our dog appreciated) and a lovely veranda (which weather did not permit us to use, but looks very inviting.)
The only quibble I have involves entertainment. We arrived with a stack of our favorite Christmas movies, only to discover there was no way to view them as there is no DVD player. The unit does have broadband cable, but it is very limited (no movie channels.) So unless you are content to watch old episodes of "Hoarders," or "Love It Or List It" (with many commercial breaks) be sure to pack a lot of reading material. Other than this, it was a fantastic experience and I certainly hope we can return in the future."
Guest: Bebe E.Date of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: December 31, 2014