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Recent New Mexico reviews

  • Quiet town

    "We enjoyed our stay in this cabin. The beds were comfortable and the kitchen was well stocked. The neighborhood was secure and the town was quiet. The temporary housing across the street was unattractive but the rest of the area was nice. The living area furniture was a little uncomfortable for 4 adults who wanted to watch a movie by the fireplace, but we made do by putting a cushion on the floor. It was a fun trip. The town is quite sleepy if there is no snow (which was what we experienced up to the last day)."
    Guest: Angela or Mike S. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 3, 2017
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  • Loved it!

    "My family thoroughly enjoyed our week-long stay here over the Christmas holidays. It had beautiful view of the lake in very peaceful, open surroundings, yet only minutes away from town and the ski slopes. The house was very clean, comfortable and well-appointed. The owner uses it frequently for their own holidays so it made all the difference in the overall feel of the house. Lots of equipment in the kitchen, sleds, pingpong table, garage heater, etc. It was well maintained. Bottom line: We will definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Agnes T. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: February 2, 2017
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  • Walk to Taos Cow or Drive to Ski Valley

    "This charming strawbale home is the perfect place, summer or winter. Close to the hiking trails off the ski valley road and within walking distance of Taos Cow, we got our exercise in the morning and then walked to Taos Cow in Arroyo Seco in the afternoons when we weren't bicycling around Valdez. The caretaker lives on the property, and we contacted him to change a smoke-detector battery in the second-floor ceiling (ladder required). He responded within minutes. He is familiar with all the trails and is happy to share his enthusiasm for the area. While we were there we looked for mushrooms but we will have to return next year! The house is "green," and we were happy to recycle. The design of the home is the most interesting we have seen in strawbale construction. Not only is there a half bath on the second story, but there are nichos and other thoughtful details throughout the home. The owner has an eclectic mix of art and weavings that blend flawlessly with the riot of colors outside in purple coneflower, Russian sage, and various sunflowers. We have rented 8 vrbo properties in the past two years, and this is the best for cleanliness, views, architecture, and location. You won't go wrong in renting this property for whatever activities you enjoy. A new plus is that it's close to a new restaurant, Common Fire, on the north side of Taos. We ate there 6 times during our month-long stay and enjoyed it like we had never been before every time. Sit close to the oven, or horno."
    Guest: A guest from Portal, AZ Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 11, 2016
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  • Charming, comfortable, convenient

    "I recently returned from a month's stay at La Perla. I can't imagine more charming, comfortable, or convenient accommodations. The casita is immaculate and well-stocked, the setting is quiet and private, and the location is within walking distance of several museums and good restaurants. The hosts, Phyllis and Rob, are delightful and very helpful with suggestions on where to shop, what restaurants to try, and information about the neighborhood (as I shopped for property to buy). I'm looking forward to another stay in the spring!"
    Guest: Mariellen C. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 21, 2016
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