The cabin sets in a meadow looking at the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, A pond and lush green grass make this a special place. The cabin has all of the amenities. While it boasts having running water, a bathroom and a full kitchen, the special part is the beautiful setting. The entrance of the property borders the Rio de La Casa, a small river running with clear mountain runoff. You may see sheep grazing the meadows, the quiet solitude in this beautiful valley will bring peace to your soul.
“Loved this airbnb! It was worth every penny. Carla was very responsive, the cabin was equipped with all essentials, including firewood to have a nice fire in the fire pit. The location is at the top of a beautiful meadow overlooking the mountains. We were able to explore, hike around, and watch a beautiful sunset. There is one hill leading up to the cabin, roughly 200 yards in length, that was pretty steep and muddy from the melted snow, but we were able to get up it with no problem in a 4 wheel drive F150. Overall great experience and great location!”
This is a walk out basement unit with 2 bedrooms, a living room and bath with walk in shower. It has new or newer comfortable furniture and amenities include refrigerator microwave, coffeemaker,and plenty of parking.
“Great stay in the coziest nook of the mountains. 11 out of ten for sure.”
This charming REMOTE adobe sits in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains . The village of Mora lies ~ 15 minutes away, Sipapu ski resort 40 minutes, & Taos ski area 1 hour. The casita sits 4 miles into a canyon on a DIRT road at ~8500 feet. Surrounded by 10 acres of Ponderosa Pine/Douglas Fir it is a wonderful base for nearby hiking, hunting, fishing, skiing & dirt biking.
“What a great place! Romantic and charming. Cozy and out of the way, we just loved it. No TV. No internet. No pushy people in overpriced SUVs adamant to turn illegally in front of you to get into Starbucks. It was the perfect hideout for our annual mountain adventure! Truly a getaway. And the wood stove took me right back to my childhood. What is better than a warm mug and a warm fire on a cold morning? We loved it! It was an experience we will always remember.”