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The Sunflower NorthEast Casita is a charming one-bedroom casita approximately 700 square feet and is located right in historic downtown Santa Fe, within three blocks of the Plaza and one block of the O'Keeffe Museum and Convention Center.
The beautiful casita has an authentic Santa Fe decor, wood-burning kiva fireplace, full kitchen, complimentary off-street parking, large private patio and a king-size bed. The sofa couch is also a queen size pull-out for two additional guests. Sunflower NorthEast is spacious and has Direct TV and wireless internet service. The kitchen is also equipped with all the amenities you need to make your own delicious southwestern meals. Enjoy the convenience of your own home in our quiet neighborhood located in the heart of downtown. Walk everywhere with ease and enjoy the evening on your patio or in front of the fireplace!
We own and operate many vacation rental casitas and residences in the heart of Santa Fe, and you might enjoy looking at those listings as well.
For stays over 10 days, we require a mid-stay clean. Our housekeeping staff will change out your linens, towels, remove trash, and general tidying. This cost is half of the exit cleaning fee.
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Our properties, all of which have been recently renovated to a very high standard or newly built to the same exacting standard, all feature:
* Fully outfitted kitchen with new appliances
* Custom cabinetry and tile
* Gas or wood-burning fireplaces
* King-sized beds in all bedrooms
* Fully air-conditioned
* High-speed Internet with Wi-Fi
* Flat Screen Smart TVs with DirecTV service