This bright sun room welcomes you into the casita. And looks out at the private courtyard.
Historic Eastside Adobe Casita
Hosted by Jennifer
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4 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
4 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
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Voted one of the best Airbnb Rentals by Business Insider, this charming adobe style home is steps from Canyon Road, the cornerstone of Santa Fe's renowned art culture. A picturesque 15 min walk takes you to the historic Plaza for restaurants, music, shopping, galleries and museums. Or walk through this neighborhood and enjoy the beauty of the classic adobe homes, shade trees and the quaint "acequia madre".

The space

Come enjoy some of Santa Fe's history! This lovely casita is on the National Registrar of Historic Places. Known as El Refugio del Espia, it has a history dating back to 1860. Recently updated, it is well appointed with everything you need to enjoy your stay in Santa Fe.
In the winter, after a day on slopes only 35 min away, cozy up in front of the instant heat of the gas fireplace in the bedroom. You will love the large private courtyard, perfect for outdoor entertaining or just lounging.
It has a full kitchen with refrigerator, gas stove/oven, washer/dryer, pots and pans, full set of plates and glassware, chef's knives, and coffee maker. Gourmet coffee, cream and sugars, a morning pastry, fresh fruit and a bottle of wine all await your arrival!
The queen size bed will provide a comfy night sleep with high quality sheets, pillows and comforter.
The bathroom is fully stocked with products from Santa Fe's Japanese Spa, 10,000 Waves, a local and travelers favorite!

You will have access to the entire home including the private, walled courtyard.

You will have easy access to the casita via a coded front entry; the code will be provided upon booking. (no keys to keep track of or return) We believe in allowing for the utmost in privacy during your stay yet we are available via text or email for any additional questions or needs you might have.


Wake up and take an easy 2 minute jaunt to everyones favorite local news and coffee shop before starting your day. Then, nestled into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Canyon Road is a magical half-mile in the Historic District of Santa Fe. Stroll this picturesque trail to experience fine art, great shopping, and exquisite dining. You will find 100 galleries, Artist Studios, Jewelers, Boutiques and Restaurants. Whether you prefer Contemporary, Traditional, or Native American fine art, it's all here!
A half a block away, ramble up historic Acequia Madre, a picturesque lane lined with old shade trees and old Santa Fe homes, noted for their authentic architecture and Old World charm.
Of course, the Santa Fe Plaza is only a few blocks away. Many know it as "the heart of Santa Fe". The Plaza exudes Spanish, Native American, and Mexican cultures, and includes music, design, jewelry, art and dance. Known to locals simply as the "Plaza," it is home to annual events including Fiestas de Santa Fe, the Spanish Market, the Santa Fe Bandstand, and the Santa Fe Indian Market.
A mile up the road you can explore some of the city's finest museums and some of the world's greatest collections of Native American art and artifacts. The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, and the Museum of International Folk Art are all located just up the road on Santa Fe's Museum Hill.


If you are in town for the Santa Fe Opera, the shuttles meet you just down the road at the Capital building parking lot.

A detailed list of local attractions and current publications with events will be available in the casita.

There is convenient street parking in front of the casita.

You will have easy access to the casita via a coded front entry; the code will be provided upon booking. (no keys to keep track of or return) We believe in allowing for the utmost in privacy during your stay yet we are available via text or email for any additional questions or needs you might have.


Wake up and take an easy 2 minute walk to everyones favorite local news and coffee shop before starting your day. Then, nestled into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Canyon Road is a magical half-mile in the Historic District of Santa Fe. Stroll this picturesque trail to experience fine art, great shopping, and exquisite dining. You will find 100 galleries, Artist Studios, Jewelers, Boutiques and Restaurants. Whether you prefer Contemporary, Traditional, or Native American fine art, it's all here!
A half a block away, ramble up historic Acequia Madre, a picturesque lane lined with old shade trees and old Santa Fe homes, noted for their authentic architecture and Old World charm.
Of course, the Santa Fe Plaza is only a few blocks away. Many know it as "the heart of Santa Fe". The Plaza exudes Spanish, Native American, and Mexican cultures, and includes music, design, jewelry, art and dance. Known to locals simply as the "Plaza," it is home to annual events including Fiestas de Santa Fe, the Spanish Market, the Santa Fe Bandstand, and the Santa Fe Indian Market.
A mile up the road you can explore some of the city's finest museums and some of the world's greatest collections of Native American art and artifacts. The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, and the Museum of International Folk Art are all located just up the road on Santa Fe's Museum Hill.


If you are in town for the Santa Fe Opera, the shuttles meet you just down the road at the Capital building parking lot.

A detailed list of local attractions and current publications with events will be available in the casita.

There is convenient street parking in front of the casita.

You will have easy access to the casita via a coded front entry; the code will be provided upon booking. (no keys to keep track of or return) We believe in allowing for the utmost in privacy during your stay yet we are available via text or email for any additional questions or needs you might have.


Wake up and take an easy 2 minute walk to everyones favorite local news and coffee shop before starting your day. Then, nestled into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Canyon Road is a magical half-mile in the Historic District of Santa Fe. Stroll this picturesque trail to experience fine art, great shopping, and exquisite dining. You will find 100 galleries, Artist Studios, Jewelers, Boutiques and Restaurants. Whether you prefer Contemporary, Traditional, or Native American fine art, it's all here!
A half a block away, ramble up historic Acequia Madre, a picturesque lane lined with old shade trees and old Santa Fe homes, noted for their authentic architecture and Old World charm.
Of course, the Santa Fe Plaza is only a few blocks away. Many know it as "the heart of Santa Fe". The Plaza exudes Spanish, Native American, and Mexican cultures, and includes music, design, jewelry, art and dance. Known to locals simply as the "Plaza," it is home to annual events including Fiestas de Santa Fe, the Spanish Market, the Santa Fe Bandstand, and the Santa Fe Indian Market.
A mile up the road you can explore some of the city's finest museums and some of the world's greatest collections of Native American art and artifacts. The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, and the Museum of International Folk Art are all located just up the road on Santa Fe's Museum Hill.


If you are in town for the Santa Fe Opera, the shuttles meet you just down the road at the Capital building parking lot.

A detailed list of local attractions and current publications with events will be available in the casita.

There is convenient street parking in front of the casita.

You will have easy access to the casita via a coded front entry; the code will be provided upon booking. (no keys to keep track of or return) We believe in allowing for the utmost in privacy during your stay yet we are available via text or email for any additional questions or needs you might have.


Wake up and take an easy 2 minute walk to everyones favorite local news and coffee shop before starting your day. Then, nestled into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Canyon Road is a magical half-mile in the Historic District of Santa Fe. Stroll this picturesque trail to experience fine art, great shopping, and exquisite dining. You will find 100 galleries, Artist Studios, Jewelers, Boutiques and Restaurants. Whether you prefer Contemporary, Traditional, or Native American fine art, it's all here!
A half a block away, ramble up historic Acequia Madre, a picturesque lane lined with old shade trees and old Santa Fe homes, noted for their authentic architecture and Old World charm.
Of course, the Santa Fe Plaza is only a few blocks away. Many know it as "the heart of Santa Fe". The Plaza exudes Spanish, Native American, and Mexican cultures, and includes music, design, jewelry, art and dance. Known to locals simply as the "Plaza," it is home to annual events including Fiestas de Santa Fe, the Spanish Market, the Santa Fe Bandstand, and the Santa Fe Indian Market.
A mile up the road you can explore some of the city's finest museums and some of the world's greatest collections of Native American art and artifacts. The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, and the Museum of International Folk Art are all located just up the road on Santa Fe's Museum Hill.


It is an ideal area if you prefer to leave the car at home. Walk just about anywhere. There is public transportation including a free "blue bus" that picks up around the corner for getting around Santa Fe or free rides to Taos, Tesuque etc. If you are in town for the Santa Fe Opera or any Art Market the shuttles meet you just down the road at the Capital building parking lot.

A detailed list of local attractions and current publications with events will be available in the casita.

Guest access

This home will be all yours! The courtyard is walled, secure and private. There is convenient street parking in front of the casita. You will not need to keep track of keys with the easy coded entry. Code and other detailed info is provided one week prior to arrival for security.

Interaction with guests

We believe in allowing for the utmost in privacy during your stay yet we are available via text or email for any additional questions or needs you might have. We live nearby and are available for any emergencies.

Other things to note

Information, brochures and maps of local attractions and current publications with events will be available in the casita.


Business travel
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Amenities

Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

House Rules
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 3PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)
Self check-in with keypad

• Check-in time is 3PM.

• Check-out time is 12:00 noon

Please use common courtesy for the benefit of neighbors, especially in regard to noise. There is a 10:00 PM city wide noise restriction.
Please only smoke outside on the patio.


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Les User Profile
September 2016
Jennifer's house is absolutely beautiful and her attention to detail and added extras were above and beyond. My husband and I got married in Santa Fe while we were on holiday and we couldn't have asked for a better home to spend the first few days of our honeymoon in (or a friendlier city). We can't wait to go back! Thanks to Jennifer for everything she did to make us so comfortable. .

Teresa User Profile
October 2017
This charming place was by far the most lovely airbnb we have ever stayed in. The location was perfect distance to shops..cafes...the plaza is walkable as well. The walled off terrace garden was magical. This home wraps your soul in what delights about all that Santa Fe embodies...the romance, the kitchen, the beautiful candlelighting...the incredibly comfy chairs and bed. We wanted to simply never leave...thank you Jennifer ...the special gifts for us were so appreciated. The Land of Enchantment both inside and out of your lovely home! We will be back!!!

Lori User Profile
September 2017
Jennifer's place is lovely and homey with all the important ameneties! Its perfectly located in Sante Fe for walking the town and getting to the nature expanses northern NM has to offer. Jen was wonderful to communicate with and was a great host. Highly recommend!

Frances User Profile
September 2017
This charming place is perfect for two people and for a long term stay. You won't find a better equipped kitchen. We were a party of three adults, and it was a little difficult for the third person who had to sleep on a fold out and share the one bathroom. When we return to Santa Fe, this will definitely be our home base!

Nancy User Profile
September 2017
Jennifer's casita is conveniently located and very spacious. She had some great ideas for things to see & do, as well as some spot-on restaurant recommendations. The house was neat and clean, and check-in was super easy, with a door code for our stay. The casita was relaxing and very charming.

Lorry User Profile
September 2017
Hi Jen, once again it was an incredible experience at the casita. You always go way above and beyond. For example, your homemade apple muffins were delicious and gone on the first day. Thanks for sharing them with us. We also really appreciate not having to rush to the grocery store for coffee and half and half. I don't cook on vacation but sometimes I wish I did because the casita is stocked with everything. Lily loved her dog treats too! You're so good at anticipating your guests needs and wants. This was our six or seventh time at the casita and I know this will sound silly but my husband and I still unpack and hide our suit cases so that for a few days we get to pretend we live there. Santa Fe is magical, we're already looking at the casita's calendar for a return trip! Thank you so much!!!

Bernadette User Profile
September 2017
Great SantaFe place in walking distance to the best restaurants and galleries.

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Jennifer User ProfileJennifer is a superhost.
I am a long time resident of Santa Fe having moved here from Los Angeles 20 years ago. I am a teacher, married, and mother of two and have loved raising our kids here in Santa Fe. My family and I love to travel and were introduced to Airbnb as guests. We have had many great expe…
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