2 Br, 1 Bath In The Old West
- english, french
About Omar Qureshi
Magdalena Resident for 20 + years, I love the country and the people here. Taught 15 years at Mid and High school on the nearby Alamo Navajo Reservation. Now owner of Nanise Native Plants, a landscaping company.
Omar Qureshi purchased this House in 1993
Why Omar Qureshi chose Magdalena
Got an amazing deal on it back in the 90's. Historic charm.
What makes this House unique
The renovation work was a lot of fun. The old historic place is now comfortable and funky.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
It was a lovely property with a great panorama of mountains
Omar was incredibly kind. The place was in great shape and a perfect quaint place to rest your head.
Nice cozy little home
Omar is an excellent host. What a nice treat to be greeted with wine and snacks. This home is well furnished and very cozy. We wouldn't hesitate to stay again.
Well kept, clean....great fun
The small but spacious cottage was more than what we expected for the money, it had everything we needed to be comfortable and happy. The host and his family were perfectly lovely and kind. The town of Magdalena and it’s town folk were absolutely a joy, can’t wait to return and stay again at Casa Javalina
Exelent we enjoyed the house very nicely designed well kept.
Just what we were looking for needed a quite get away. No cell (except Verizon) and we had a different service was nice not be using the cell and no TV But Omar the owner had lots of DVDs their was Netflix. Pretty yard. We will go back again, and stay their . The town was very laid back and friendly people. Loved our stay. Ken and Nikki Dexter NM
Thanks so much Ken and Nikki! You are welcome back anytime!
Quaint, Rustic, Comfortable.
We had a very pleasant weekend stay. Omar was pleasant and helpful and accommodating. The house is very old and charming with lots of character. We were comfortable with 3 there to sleep. We had 6 people during the day to eat and visit. The kitchen is very tiny which made cooking challenging, but it was certainly doable. We only missed a few items like a grater and baking dish. There were extras though like snacks and NM goodies. The weather was beautiful so we mostly ate outside. There's only kitchen seating for 3 inside, but we were very comfortable outside with 6.
If you're looking for a fancy house with 5 star accommodations you'll be disappointed. If you want a rustic and comfortable place with all the necessities you'll be very pleased.
Rustic. was just right for the elk hunt.