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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 Santa Fe reviews

  • Great large house with a quiet and beautiful location

    "Rating Details: The property manager was very helpful. The vacation rental was spotless. I was very happy with the location. I was more than satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: The property is beautiful....best things were the quiet location, large bedrooms and a fully stocked kitchen with all the dishes right down to the cooking spices and condiments. Only one little negative....theres only one TV in the whole house and its in a small den. Would definitely stay here again....and the price is super reasonable."
    Guest: Kelly W. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 27, 2016
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  • Perfection.

    "Santa Fe is a great walking town and this home is located in both a great location to access the downtown area as well as offer a quiet location for family/friend time. Sandra was highly responsive to pre-arrived communications and Justin took care of all our questions and needs once we were in town. He offered lots of local info to help make our stay perfect. Tip: Lots of UBER in town if you want to forgo the rental car but you will be hard pressed to hail an Uber at the airport in Santa Fe and will have to fork over $21.00 per person to take the shuttle into town- your only option. Depending upon your length of stay, there is lots to see outside of Santa Fe that would make getting a rental car a good option, so would recommend looking at that closely. Ask Justin about Meow Wolf and of course, Canyon Road is a must."
    Guest: Claudia J. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 2, 2016
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  • What we've been looking for.

    "We've been going to Santa Fe for the month of September for the last 18 years. Casa Tortola has everything we want. We're from Arizona and enjoy being able to cook, sit and sip wine outside. This patio is perfect and the master suite is great. We'll be back in 2017."
    Guest: JAY Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 16, 2016
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  • WOW, most fabulous homes we have ever rented! Easy walk to Canyon Road and Plaza. Lovely gardens,art

    "We felt at home the moment we walked into both of these gorgeous homes (and immediately felt like locals)! These are private homes and didn't feel at all like "vacation rentals." Both houses were immaculately clean and well-maintained, beautifully decorated with antiques and original art by Native American artists you will recognize. The beds were great and the linens were scrumptious. One of our couples even bought the same bed linens when they got home. Both homes had surprisingly large, lovely private gardens and ample parking (rarities in SF!). We could have parked two cars easily at the casita and four or more at the big house. Casa Estrella was romantic and cozy. with connected garden areas, lush landscaping, fruit trees and two pine trees. This house had multiple outdoor living spaces surrounded by adobe walls and coyote fences. It is on a quiet, dead-end lane. It was less than a five minute walk to the big house through this beautiful historic neighborhood. Casa Grande, "the big house," is a large, dramatic, two story contemporary adobe on Garcia Street directly across from the Indian Arts Research Center and the School for Advanced Research. It had soaring, high vigas and plank ceilings, polished plaster walls, and the most gorgeous wide-plank antique wood floors we have ever seen. It was beautifully decorated with Navajo rugs and SW art. The main floor living areas opened onto a wraparound covered balcony with two sets of French doors and a door to the master bedroom. The entire upper floor had wonderful easy flows between the indoor spaces and outdoor terraces. Our families could be together but with private spots to get away. The kitchen was roomy enough for several of us to be in the kitchen at the same time. Although there were only six of us, we could have seated a small army in the open dining, breakfast nook and kitchen bar area. We had about 12 to 15 friends over for wine and cheese, and the house worked beautifully for our party. There were large, connected flagstone patios each with dining and lounge seating. The upper terrace was shaded by a traditional ramada (read New Mexican arbor" with strings of mini-"starlights" for evening ambiance. The lower floor of the house had three queen bedrooms two of which share a shower. This was the closest thing to a drawback this house had, but it was no problem for us. Both had fully equipped" cooks kitchens" and both houses were air conditioned and had plenty of firewood."
    Guest: Marilyn and Ed Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: April 1, 2017
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