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Recent Santa Fe property reviews

  • a Santa Fe Treasure

    "When I and my three traveling companions stepped into The Hobbit House our mouths dropped open in unison with amazement. This place is a 1600 square foot work of art and a visual treat to behold. Comfortable, very well designed and well furnished, and close to the downtown area. We are hikers, and it was a perfect base of operations to explore that part of New Mexico. If you are looking for a VRBO in Santa Fe, look no further. This is the place to rent! I will strongly encourage my friends to consider a vacation in Santa, if only to experience The Hobbit House."
    Guest: Michael Crnobrna Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 9, 2014
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  • Getaway for our Anniversary

    "My husband and I had a great time- loved the ability to walk into the plaza, and also do hiking right out the front door! The owners were very helpful with directions and recommended resturants and galleries to see. The Adobe home was the best - the heated floors in the bathroom and our own fireplace were wonderful!!!"
    Guest: Mel Date of Stay: February 2011 Review Submitted: April 5, 2011
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  • Fine Base for Santa Fe Activities

    "Another couple joined us for our week in Santa Fe and we found this to be a great way to visit. First up: a great location: either an easy walk to the Plaza/downtown or a quick drive to the highway up to the opera & Bandelier or down to Albuquerque. (Getting across town to Museum Hill wasn't bad, either. At least when we were out & about, Santa Fe was easy to drive around.) Inside, the living room was comfy enough (we never turned on the TV—not what we came for) and the kitchen was well-enough equipped (tho we did little more than coffee or uncorking wine). Bathrooms nice, a notch shy of awesome, (ALSO something we weren't focused on), the beds big & comfy. As the description says, there is NOT an AC that you can turn down to “FREEZE.” One of us was delighted by that; the rest of us were quite OK with inside temps that were usually around 75℉. Electronics were a bit of a disappointment. Wifi was on the slow side, and first-time login was somehow awkward. I don't think Netflix or videos would've been an option. And I wished there had been a stereo w nice speakers to plug in my iPod. But again, we didn't come to spend our time glued to our electronics! All the checkbox points were as expected: clean, functional, pics accurate, good info about the property & initial thoughts of places to eat, etc. Very slight, but friendly contact w owner & maintenance person. Bottom line, we've already bookmarked the place and the adjacent cottage for consideration for our next visit."
    Guest: Walt F. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 6, 2014
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  • Wonderful Santa Fe rental

    "This 2 bedroom house is a cozy, nice rental property in Santa Fe. It is very near the Sanbusco Center, Zia Diner, and other shopping but also easily walkable to the plaza (about 4 - 5 blocks). Everything in the house was comfortable, nice, and clean. The kitchen is well-equipped. It was too cold to use the yard but that looked lovely for use during warm weather. We enjoyed both relaxing in the living room and movies in the family room. It's a lovely place to stay!"
    Guest: Christine M. Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: December 17, 2013
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Santa Fe Travel Tips

Views of the Mountains from Santa Fe Vacation Rentals

You will find once you enter Santa Fe that it is still influenced by the Spanish culture. It is the capitol of New Mexico and situated in a valley between two mountain ranges. Artists have flocked to Santa Fe for years and there are many art galleries that are close to Santa Fe vacation rentals. Your vacation home might be an adobe-style casita just right for a romantic week away or large enough to accommodate a family reunion. Pampering is what you will find in a VRBO vacation rental as the owners of the houses or condos have thought of your comfort and desired amenities. Why stay in a small hotel room when spacious living, dining and bedrooms await you? Fully equipped kitchens offer you the chance to save money by dining in or the opportunity to just enjoy the incredible scenery surrounding your Santa Fe vacation rental.

Attractions Close to Santa Fe Vacation Homes

If you are a music lover, you can indulge your passion by attending the Santa Fe Opera or Jazz Festival. The operas are presented in an open-air theater with the Sangre de Cristo Mountains as the backdrop. During July and August, there are approximately 40 performances of everyone’s favorite operas.

Children will enjoy the Santa Fe Children’s Museum on Old Pecos Trail. The museum features interactive exhibits that include arts, humanities and science. There are local artists, environmental educators and scientists that provide some of the hands-on activities for the children.

Train enthusiasts will love a train ride on the Santa Fe Southern Railway. This train departs from the station at 410 Guadalupe Street. This desert spur of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railway that ran along the tracks in 1880 offers passengers spectacular sights. Guests of the railroad can take a two-hour excursion or the longer four-hour trip in vintage coaches or luxury cars where they will view the Lamy or Galisteo overlooks. Visitors of Santa Fe condos can take the Friday night High Desert Highball train or the Saturday night Campfire BBQ trains.

There are many churches in Santa Fe that offer tours. You can find walking tours of the city and bus tours as well. If you would like a custom tour, they are available and will take you to the Basilica and Loretto Chapel. You could also get a tour of the best restaurants and shopping in Santa Fe.

Shopping by Santa Fe Condos

While there are many places to shop in Santa Fe, you will want to plan a day trip to the Sena Plaza. The Plaza was the courtyard that once belonged to the Sena Family. Today, it is a secluded garden which is surrounded by shops and restaurants. Shopping in Santa Fe gives you the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind items such as art, turquoise jewelry and silver. Native American pottery and crafts are in abundance as well. The Palace of the Governors which is located on the Plaza is provided for the exclusive use of the American Indian artisans. This area can be very crowded but since you have a relaxing “home” to return to, you probably will not mind the many shoppers.

Unique southwestern clothing are some of the abundant items that guests of Santa Fe vacation rentals can find. If you are looking for leather goods or accessories for your home, you will have a great time perusing the shopping areas of Santa Fe. Besides being a fabulous place to shop, the local culture will appeal to everyone that stops by the Plaza area.

See the Santa Fe Area by car When you Stay at Santa Fe Lodging

There are several day trips by automobile that you can take when staying in Santa Fe homes. The Santa Fe Scenic Byway follows SR 475 through Little Tesuque Canyon to Hyde Memorial State Park. It continues all the way to the Santa Fe Ski Area. If you are planning on taking the entire loop, a four-wheel drive vehicle is suggested as some of the roads are not paved. The Turquoise Trail is on SR’s 14 and 356 which are close to the Sandias. You will see great mountain views, some ghost towns, and thick forests of pine and aspen.

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