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  • ***** Off the Grid Experience *****

    "Spending 5 days in the Casita cabin was an unforgettable experience. The coziness. The night skies. The secluded canyon location was exactly what we wanted. We were blessed with cool days and nights; clear skies and beautiful weather. The cabin was everything we expected, but the ranch was so much more. Hiking immediately behind the cabin in the national forest ~ hiking in the creek that flows into the Rio Chama ~ hiking up the cliffs with Tristan & Sushi (their 2 dogs) was the best hike ever. Elizabeth, Andrew and David's hospitality and graciousness was more than we could ask for. The cabin was well appointed and clean. Bedding soft and comfy. The love of their life on the ranch was evident in everything we experienced. We hated to leave, but knew we would be back in the springtime to experience the Wilderness Casita, located 4 miles further into the ranch. David took us to the cabin and we knew it would be the right place for our next visit. Unplugged. Off the grid. Solitude and God's country. Thank you so much for sharing your little part of Heaven on Earth."
    Guest: Carol B. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 20, 2016
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  • Breathtaking views and serenity

    "This beautiful home is definitely off the beaten path but WELL WORTH IT. The views from the home are just stunning and the night sky is AMAZING. I would highly recommend this home for anyone looking for a tranquil escape enveloped by the beauty New Mexico offers."
    Guest: Kerry S. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 21, 2016
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  • Wonderful stay

    "We loved Casita Des Montes. We have stayed in Taos and/or Arroyo Seco many times but this was one of the most pleasant settings we have been in. The house was very comfortable with beautiful pottery, blankets, and art along with comfortable couches and rustic furniture. THe pottery was so nice that I went to the Stephen Kilborn gallery to see about buying some. The mix of pottery with everyday dishes was really nice. We had our two dogs with us and they were able to "run around" the property without being on leashes. The snow inhibited them a bit (they were small schnauzers) but they still had a lot to explore. I worried about them barking with the caretakers so close next door, but they really only barked when they saw someone they didn't know (Lawrence-caretaker) or neighborhood dogs or the occasional bunny in the surrounding fields. There was a lot of snow the last couple of days of our trip but the driveway and walkways were kept shoveled and we had no issues. The house was warm and comfortable. The kitchen was well equipped and we had everything that we needed. The only two slight issues that we had were that we worried about the dogs because the caretakers house was so close and we didn't want them disturbed, and the hot water heater was not hot enough for two back to back showers. Not being in any type of hurry, it wasn't a big deal. However, it could be. We loved the house, the property and the location. We skied, we went into both Taos and Arroyo Seco for dinner and shopping, and it was easy to get anywhere from Apple Hill Farm. A tip for other travelers: we went to see the tribal Buffalo Dances at the Taos Pueblo and it was truly an experience that I would recommend. It was a great trip. We would stay at Casita Des Montes again."
    Guest: Laura J. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 12, 2016
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  • Wonderful place to stay!

    "The Casita was very cozy, clean, and perfect for entertaining my son and his girlfriend. It was situated in a nice neighborhood. I had a small problem with lighting and the situation was quickly resolved. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom well stocked with towels. There were plenty of pots and pans for cooking and dishes for serving. I was able to save lots of eating-out cost by preparing meals at the Casita. The only negative was that the Casita did get a little warm in the afternoons. There appeared to be a control for a swamp cooler that I wasn't sure how to turn on, so I was able to use a fan in the window to cool it down some. I would definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Empty nesters Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 20, 2016
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