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Recent Abiquiu reviews

  • Exceeded Expectations!

    "As soon as we drove through the driveway gate we were transported to the most beautiful, relaxing and peaceful surroundings and accommodations. From the slate stone view bench to the super comfortable beds to the recliner next to the wood stove with a view that matches any; we were grateful for this wonderful experience. The owner quickly responded to any questions and was easy to communicate with. We hope to return to this magical place many times in the future (hopefully, near future...)! Bill, Megan & Eva P.S. In many years of travel and accommodations (both local and international), this was one of the most memorable and special places we have ever visited."
    Guest: William S. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: April 1, 2017
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  • Fall stay at the Remote Wilderness Casita

    "I was fortunate to stay 3 nights at the Remote Wilderness Casita the first week of October. Everything I could have possibly needed was found in the cabin, not to mention the delicious eggs and fresh vegetables provided by the ranch. The mornings were chilly (25F), but the cabin was always cozy; I did not need to light the wood-burning stove. The bed was so comfortable I wanted to take it home with me! I did not use the solar shower, but heated water on the propane stove to take a "dish bath" every evening. For the first in memory, I was completely unplugged from work-related stress and entirely relaxed. I read, hiked, watched the stars, sang to the cattle and birds. The elk came down from the mountains , making sounds that resembled vocal exercises - and the cattle answered back. Thanks to my wonderful hosts! I want to come back for a week at the same time next year."
    Guest: Felicia C. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 17, 2016
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  • Peaceful, remote, beautiful country

    "I stayed at Casa Ambrosia for 3 nights in late March. Lovely. I was looking for something close enough for day trips to Ojo Caliente, the Ra Paulette cave tour at Origin, Taos, Santa Fe, Tent Rocks, Valles, etc., and this place was close enough to make those trips easy but remote enough to provide an incredibly peaceful and tranquil stay at night. Worth noting, the little restaurant in El Rito (El Farolito), is amazingly good. Best Mexican food I have ever had!"
    Guest: Matthew G. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 29, 2017
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  • Part 2 of 2

    "The house was well heated with boiler/ baseboard registers, and warm even with lows of 20F some nights. Wood stoves are available in the kitchen and great room for additional warmth. TV, music options (CD player and a bluetooth capable speaker), and wireless internet (fast enough for watching videos/movies with occasional interruptions) were available, and I believe there was a DVD player as well. Cell phone reception was dependent on the location (fine in the great room, spotty in the kitchen). The kitchen was well appointed and easy to use with a nice gas stove, dishwasher, full sized refrigerator, and everything necessary for cooking full meals, including small appliances and gadgets. It has a modern feel with white tile, sky lights and stainless steel appliances. The long hightop table would be a great gathering space for 6 or 8 people. There’s also a large dining room table in the great room. Filtered drinking water is available from the refrigerator dispenser. The water is fine for showering and laundry, but because it has a notable metallic taste, I used bottled water for cooking. Both of the 2 bathrooms were very clean, with good water pressure and plenty of hot water. One of the showers has stone walls and a skylight for an open, almost outdoor feel. One of the toilets has a heated seat. The second bathroom is cute and simple with standard, up to date fixtures and nice tile work. There is storage space in both bathrooms. There are 2 bedrooms on the ground floor, each with a king bed , plus 1 bedroom with a queen bed and a futon on the second floor. Up to eight adults could stay here, if sharing the second floor space, though I think that six adults would be a more comfortable fit. The down stairs bedrooms are spacious, uncluttered, and have storage space in chests with drawers, and closets. The mattresses are very comfortable. There is bedside lighting for night reading. A modern, curved staircase leads to the second floor, a bright, welcoming space. This floor is a cozy open room with canted ceilings and a carpeted floor. There’s lovely natural light from several windows and skylights. There is a queen bed, a futon, a bookshelf, plus a desk that overlooks the stairwell window with gorgeous views of a nearby mesa. The room could easily be gated and used as a playroom, though children would need supervision on the open staircase. The washer and dryer are conveniently located and easy to use. The property manager was very easy to wor"
    Guest: cynthia m. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: April 13, 2017
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