Located close to the Railyard in the Guadalupe Historic District, Casita Cameo is a 600 sq. ft. (56 sq. m) one bedroom, one bath guest house. Newly renovated in 2015, Casita Cameo sleeps four with a queen size bed in the bedroom and a queen size “Room & Board” platform sleeper in the living room. There is a fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer and a private fenced yard with a patio table, chairs and gas grill.
Just minutes away, around the Santa Fe Plaza you’ll find the cultural attractions of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, the New Mexico Museum of Art, the New Mexico History Museum, the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, plus art galleries, shops and award-winning restaurants. There are also many historic churches and properties in the downtown area that reflect the multicultural history of the region dating back to the early 1600s.
Within the Railyard District, you’ll find Site Santa Fe, Bullseye Glass Resource Center, Santa Fe Clay, the farmer’s market, boutique movie theaters, plus another collection of fantastic contemporary art galleries, shops and restaurants.
Come to Santa Fe and experience the smell of green chiles roasting in September, the International Balloon Fiesta is just an hour away in October, the smell of pinon smoke and skiing throughout the winter and spring months, plus all the activities that take place in the summer. Downtown is host to Spanish Market in July and Indian Market in August plus Arts & Crafts fairs and festivals taking place on the Plaza with live music on the Plaza’s bandstand. Over on Santa Fe’s Museum Hill, don’t miss the International Folk Art Market in July, as well as visiting the International Folk Art Museum, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian and the Spanish Colonial Arts Society. And of course, the famed galleries that line Canyon Road are just 1.5 miles away, not only representing artists from Santa Fe and the greater southwest region, but also artists from all over the world.