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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Pecos reviews

  • Wonderful property close to the Plaza and downtown.

    "My wife and I and another couple stayed 1/12/17 a 1/15/17 in this very comfortable property within walking distance of the heart of Santa Fe (Plaza, galleries, shops, museums, etc) We had a couple little dogs with us and the yard and deck was ideal. Very quiet and all the convienences of home, including washer/dryer. We will recommend this property to friends and family."
    Guest: Kris H. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 15, 2017
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  • Wilderness experience with all the comforts of home!

    "Our entire family of 9 stayed the entire week after Christmas. My wife and I plus our daughter & son-in-law, our son and daughter-in-law and our 3 grandsons, ages 4, 12 and 19 arrived the day after Christmas. My wife and I have visited Santa Fe 6 times before, including once previously with our whole family. Our only disappointment this time around had nothing to do with this property or our visits into Santa Fe. It was the relatively mild weather. We all live in Fort Worth, TX and we were really looking forward to enjoying some snow and cold, wintry weather. Mother Nature did not cooperate. But, our grandsons did get to enjoy a couple fun days in the snow right on this property. This log home sits at a little over 8200 ft in the forrest. So, much of the previous weeks' snowfall was still on the ground. The location also made for a very adventurous drive up and down the mountain as most of the the road, which is a dirt logging road, was still covered with with snow/ice. Yes...4-wheel or all wheel drive is definitely a must at this time of year. It's a beautiful drive up/down from Pecos along a very curvy logging road through the Forrest and around a canyon. This log cabin/house was as comfortable and enjoyable as the pictures suggested to us when we first reviewed the listing and booked our stay way back in February of 2016. This cabin has all the creature comforts but it's setting in the Forrest overlooking the Pecos river valley and the straight-on direct views of 2 mesas is its biggest benefit...just besting the friendliness and kind hospitality of Nikki, the owner!!! We really experienced a small taste of living in the wilderness, including the stunning star covered night sky. Pecos is a small town, with only a few retail stores or restaurants. The drive down from the mountain and into Santa Fe via I-25 was about 25 miles and took us about 40-45 minutes. Allow about 10-20 minutes up/down the mountain. Santa Fe is one of our very favorite towns to visit, especially during the Christmas season. I think the combination of shopping, food and cultural and historic experiences amongst Santa Fe's beautiful setting are really hard to beat. We also found that Nikki's friendly and accommodating hospitality and her wonderful log home are also hard to beat! We'd love to visit Nikki's cabin again and give Mother Nature another chance to deliver us some snowy, cold wintry weather to enjoy. Thank you so much, Nikki and Happy New Year!"
    Guest: Jim M. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 2, 2017
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  • Delightful

    "Very spacious and comfortable., clean. Almost too big for 2 people wanting separate bedrooms. Owner was attentive but not intrusive. After a full day of galleries and shopping, relaxing on the patio was a treat. Within walking distance Of the plaza and Canyon road, though we drove at night to go to dinner."
    Guest: Linda K. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 4, 2016
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  • Perfect retreat near town and trails

    "My husband and I stayed at the casita at the end of July. It was the perfect get away from our usual busy, urban lifestyle. So quiet I didn't want to leave! Town and hiking trails are a short distance away. The kitchen is well stocked including a blender, many utensils and pots/pans. The shelves of the living room overflow with movies and books. The best spot is outside on the patio watching lightning strikes in the distant mountains as the sun sets. David and Wendy are great hosts. They checked in but did not hover. There is a new air conditioning unit that really chilled the house down although most days were mild enough we just opened the windows and ran the fan. I highly recommend this home for its quiet and comfort."
    Guest: Keith W. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 11, 2016
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