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Grandma's House, Peace, Love and Tranquility

Entire house hosted by Gilbert And Nancy
4 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 bathroom
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You’ll have the house to yourself.
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Great location
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Grandma's House is an adobe house, built about 400 years ago, located in Holman, NM. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains, specifically La Jicarita peak/ridge with the Pecos Wilderness visible from the home with hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing, snowshoeing and much more, close by. A Good and relaxing place to do artwork, read and meditate. Something for everyone with a visit by car to the eight northern pueblos, old historic churches, mills, and abundance of culture and history awaits you.

The space
Holman N, M is a city located in Mora County. The original native name of the town was Liz Koh (dark waters), the Mexicans called it Agua Negra and the first postmaster named Holman because "ole Charlie" could not speak a bit of Spanish or Jicarilla Apache. The real town where the house is located is called Tramperos. Grandma's house is a combination of many years of history and style of interior construction, such as Adobe/bricks, small doors, earthen floors, and ax cut beams eventually move into new forms of larger windows, a door with a large entrance, adobe walls with combinations of panels and sheets of plaster. The walls and windows are very thick in some areas, three feet wide. A hidden roof of the earth on the roof of the beams / Latias that makes it a true home of the earth. We have done everything possible to keep all this intact with minimal change. As was the custom years ago, the water well was dug by hand, which can be seen in the front of the house; the apple orchard with Acequia/ ditch of water. The house has new amenities such as running water and bathroom, but you still have the opportunity to use the "Out House" if you wish.
Grandma's house has many good memories and positive energy. Grandma was always cooking on her wood stove, sitting on her porch or doing the activities to maintain her house and her yard. Many members of the family experienced the warmth and hospitality of the grandmother, and for that reason, we wanted to name her "Grandma's House" in honor of her and the other great-grandmothers who were here before us. Grandma's House doesn't have handicap ramps.

Guest access
The house has two rooms (but the back room is not enabled yet). You have access to a room, a bathroom, a living room that fits as a room with a sofa bed, kitchen, parking, patio. The main heating of the house in winter is "wood", It is not allowed to use electric sheets or electric heating, because it is possible that the house system does not resist it, because it is an old house.

Other things to note
Your experience depends on the season and occasion in which you visit us. We have a big greenhouse nearby to Grandma's House, you can experience the farmer lifestyle and eat fresh seasonal vegetables. There are a lot of outdoor activities: hiking, hunter, ski areas nearby. Also, the celebration of Thursday and Good Friday is a different experience here in Mora.
Grandma's House is an adobe house, built about 400 years ago, located in Holman, NM. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains, specifically La Jicarita peak/ridge with the Pecos Wilderness visible from the home with hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing, snowshoeing and much more, close by. A Good and relaxing place to do artwork, read and meditate. Something for everyone with a visit by car to the eight northern pueblos, old hist…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

Amenities

Indoor fireplace
Hangers
Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Essentials
Fire extinguisher
First aid kit
Private entrance
Smoke alarm
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Holman, New Mexico, United States

You can start by visiting La Cueva Mill, the St. Vrain Mill, and the Cleveland Roller Mill. Another mill that exists along highway 518 is the infamous Mora Valley Spinning Mill which is also home to the Tapetes De Lana Art Gallery and Store as well as The Coffee Barn snack shop. There are five (5) Restaurants serving traditional New Mexican food. Historic missions churches, beautiful hiking trails and much more. You can be camping, playing golf, experiencing the lifestyle in the country and exploring Mora. Also, we are at 45 minutes of Taos and Las Vegas, NM, at 1 hour to Angel Fire and Red River, 30 minutes of Sipapu, 2 hours to Taos Ski Valley. There are some farmers and ranchers that sell their fresh products, but the town doesn't have a grocery store. so, if you want to cook in Grandma's House you can bring your own groceries or make a trip to Taos or Las Vegas, enjoy the view and buy the groceries.
You can start by visiting La Cueva Mill, the St. Vrain Mill, and the Cleveland Roller Mill. Another mill that exists along highway 518 is the infamous Mora Valley Spinning Mill which is also home to the Tapete…

Hosted by Gilbert And Nancy

Joined in March 2019
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During your stay
Gilbert and Nancy live nearby to Grandma's House, we usually home so, you can call for questions or information (575-387-6669, 575 - 613-0587).
  • Languages: English, Español
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House rules
Check-in: 15:00 - 19:00
Check out: 11:00
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Safety & Property
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Smoke alarm