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Recent New Mexico property reviews

  • Beautiful setting, beautiful house, perfect getaway!

    "Casa Granada was a great place to stay for a vacation. It's out of cell phone range, but there is wi-fi for anyone who wants to connect to the outside world. If you prefer not to, there is plenty of scenic open space in the area to get lost in. Within a few miles are the amazing rock formations of Plaza Blanca and Ghost Ranch. The area is also near Carson National Forest and Dar-al-Islam, a mosque and school complex built in the North African style, truly remarkable buildings on the mesa above. It's also within a mile of the town of Abiquiu, where Georgia O'Keefe lived and painted. Very nice hiking trails (Pedernal, Chimney Rock) are also close by, as is the Abiquiu Reservoir. For the odd supply or two, Bode's store offers convenience (about a mile also), while Espanola is the nearest town at 25 miles away. Not to mention Native American pueblos, several of which are within 40 miles in the direction of Santa Fe. The casita is beautifully made, with intricate woodwork carved by owner Benyamin, as well as various decorative ceramics and tapestries from different parts of the world. It's nicely equipped with a good-sized bedroom with a queen bed and closet space, a bathroom with a full shower, a futon, a kitchen with pots/pans/dishes/silverware, a dining table, and a CD player. A nice entryway lets you bask in the sun from within the house. The interior of the house stays cool even in hot weather. The outside is fairly private, surrounded by tall bushes and decorated with rosebushes and other flowering plants. A little gate and short path takes you out to the banks of Rio Chama, a nationally-designated Wild and Scenic River. Owners Rabia and Benyamin are wonderful hosts--well-traveled, musical, and just really nice folks. It was a wonderful place to stay, and we highly recommend it!"
    Guest: yusufus Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: September 11, 2013
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  • Truly Unique

    "What a wonderful combination of cabin and location. The breeze and adjacent stream led to a completely relaxing and serene setting. The beautiful stonework and wood construction in the front suite of rooms produced a remarkable effect that was both spacious and intimate at the same time. The windows and sliding doors to the deck overlooking the stream brought the "outside in" at all points along the front of the cabin. Having just visited the famous Fallingwater in western PA, it was wonderful to see the same type approach of blending a house with the natural surroundings in a not nearly so famous a structure. Despite the remoteness of the cabin, it did not seem very far at all to Santa Fe (although we did not want to leave very much). The directions were flawless and Brian was very helpful throughout with hiking and grocery shopping suggestions. The daily hummingbird show did not disappoint either. We stayed at three different VRBO properties during two weeks in northern New Mexico and although all were wonderful places, this cabin was hands down the best of the group."
    Guest: Bob Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 10, 2014
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  • Great location!

    "Rating Details: The property manager was more than helpful. The vacation rental was very clean. I was very happy with the location. I was satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: Hello!<br/><br/>We loved the casita, it was super cute, cozy and clean. The kitchen was great - so nice to see that there were things like salt and pepper and dish soap already there for us to use. I've stayed in other places that we had to buy everything if we wanted to cook. There were even some plastic containers for leftovers and a to-go coffee cup! Love that :)<br/><br/>The fireplace was great! We are so thankful that the heat worked well because it was so cold! Also we are SUPER HAPPY that there was a humidifier. What a huge difference that made for us with the dry climate/altitude there. The bed was very comfortable.<br/><br/>Just a few small cons: Parking was a bit challenging since it was so close to the square though, especially on Saturday night. Park your car and leave it, there are many places within walking distance to eat, shop, etc. The street lights are so bright that it would be very helpful to have some curtains in the bedroom. It is like daytime in there at night, all night. The couch was really small and uncomfortable and had some stains on it. And there is not much on the walls - some local artwork would have been awesome!! All in all though it was truly an adorable place.<br/><br/>As far as the rental company goes, I got good service, but I was very surprised that the cost of the condo was well above what was advertised on the site because of taxes and fees. Shouldn't the cleanup fee be included in the cost of a night's stay, for example? We ended up paying over $600 for 3 nights on a place that was advertised $80-$115 per night. I understand about taxes and fees and see the disclaimer on the vrbo site but $600 from a possible maximum of $345 that is advertised is a BIG difference. Maybe you should raise the advertised cost per night on the site?<br/><br/>Loved this place and would definitely recommend it to others and possibly stay there again."
    Guest: A guest from Austin, Tx Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 20, 2014
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  • Cozy home for Taos Ski Trip

    "First of all, kudos to Kitty and Joe, the very hospitable owners of the property. We had the privilege of meeting Kitty the day of our arrival. She is so friendly and helpful that it made our visit worry/hassle-free. Santistivan Hacienda was a wonderful cozy place to return to after a full day on the slopes. The "L-shaped" home is located on a quiet dead-end street very close to the plaza. We were 2 couples with 2 children and the house offered plenty of space for everyone. The kitchen was very well stocked with more than adequate amenities. Although the center of the action was the kitchen, the living room was a nice place to relax on the couch and watch TV. The heated floors made the house warm and comfortable after skiing in Taos Ski Valley which was about 25-30 minutes away. Best of all, was the hot tub which was enjoyed by all especially under the clear night sky. It was perfect! In addition, the weather allowed us to sit outside and the use the patio. The photos are accurate and the property was clean and well-maintained. We truly loved the ecclectic quality of the home and look forward to coming back. We hope you enjoy your stay as much as we did!"
    Guest: ABQMo Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 12, 2014
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