Quiet Permaculturing Casa
4 guests
2 bedrooms
3 beds
1 bath
4 guests
2 bedrooms
3 beds
1 bath
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Ages 2 - 12
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Under 2
4 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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Located SW of downtown with easy access by car, bike or bus to downtown and other locations like SFCC, SFUAD, rodeo grounds, IAIA and medical facilities. Main guest room has a full bed. Secondary guest room has a trundle bed (single under a single) for one or two. There is not much extra space in the room when both twins are set up.
Our beautiful community center is less than a mile- multiple pools, sauna, hot tub, full exercise & weight room, walking track, ice skating rink for $6.


Extra people £11 / night after 2 guests
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

House Rules

Please keep things tidy. Be mindful of our water scarcity when showering. Food and drinks to be consumed in the dining room and kitchen- not the bedroom. Fires in the fireplace only with my permission when I am home. Guests are responsible for doing their own dishes and putting anything back in place that they use. Quiet from 9:30pm. No pets, no smoking, no drugs.


Safety features
Smoke detector
Fire extinguisher

2 nights minimum stay

40 Reviews

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Dena User Profile
September 2017
We loved everything about Jennifer’s place. My husband, myself and our 24-year-old daughter stayed two nights on our way from Taos to Albuquerque. Jennifer’s recommendations for activities and restaurants were spot on, the conversation was delightful, the accommodations were clean and comfortable, and her welcome was warm and genuine. I am sure anyone would enjoy a stay here.

Dune User Profile
August 2017
Jennifer was an amazing host... I felt like I was at home the moment I walked in the door and couldn't have asked for a better experience. Jennifer shared all kinds of great information with me, took me around town on little adventures, introduced me to friends, and pointed me to some great restaurants and things to do while in Santa Fe. The place was super-cozy and clean. Top notch.

Sangin User Profile
August 2017
We stayed there for 5 days for a business trip. Jennifer was super nice and she provided a bike for sightseeing in Santafe. We had a great time there and made good memories with her. It was homey experience of five days in santafe. If i ever visit santafe again, I would definitely go back. Highly recommend! Thanks a lot Jennifer :)

Laura User Profile
July 2017
Jennifer's home was so lovely! It was beautifully decorated and the bedroom I stayed in was so comfortable. Jennifer was a wonderful host as well -- not only did she make sure that I had everything I needed during my stay, but she offered to give me a ride to where I needed to go, took me to the Farmer's Market, and even fed me when I got to her house very late on my first night, while it was pouring out. She was a very large part of why I enjoyed my stay in Santa Fe so much, and I am definitely looking forward to staying with her again in the future! I took the city buses while in Santa Fe, which was a lot more complicated than it needed to be (a complaint about the city's public transit system, not Jennifer's house!), so if you too are planning on using the buses, here are some pro tips I learned during my stay. While it was pretty simple to get to downtown from Jennifer's house, as the bus stop is a couple blocks away, the trip back was pretty dicey. Be warned that (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Maps is no help at all, because the bus routes aren't coded in and don't show up at all. I'd recommend downloading the Santa Fe Trails bus app, but for the life of me, I couldn't figure out how to actually use it, so the only thing I managed to use it for was to find where the bus stop near Jennifer's house was, and when that particular bus would be coming. People in Santa Fe apparently don't know how their own bus system works -- which is fair, since most people seem to commute by car -- but not even the Visitor's Center nor a bus driver gave me the correct information for the way back. They sent me to the Bus Depot to wait for my bus, but as luck would have it, the Bus Depot was closed (and at the time of writing this review, probably still is). The outbound bus stop is actually at Alameda between Guadalupe and Sandoval. Summary: if you're planning on visiting Santa Fe, maybe consider renting a car. And I would highly recommend staying at Jennifer's place, because she's a wonderful host.
Jennifer User ProfileJennifer is a superhost.
Response from Jennifer:
Thanks Laura, Your bus information is great. I enjoyed our conversations very much and I look forward to seeing you sometime in the future! Best wishes with your endeavors this year!
July 2017

Karen User Profile
July 2017
This was our first stay at an airbnb, so we weren't sure what to expect. No more motels for us after our stay with Jennifer. We felt totally at home, and she was a wonderful hostess. Our 5 year old loved the chickens, and her nonstop motormouth didn't phase Jennifer at all. We would stay here again, and highly recommend Jennifer's place.

Thalía User Profile
July 2017
Our stay with Jennifer was very pleasant, she's a lovely host, she knows the area really well and offers excellent advise and interesting conversations. She went beyond what I would expect from a host, we felt right at home!

Catheryn User Profile
July 2017
Jennifer was a gracious host. She is easy to talk to and very responsive to her guest's needs. Her place is well loccated. I enjoyed myself very much at her home.

Santa Fe, New Mexico, United StatesJoined in January 2015
Jennifer User ProfileJennifer is a superhost.

I am an active, curious, outdoors type. Speak good French and some Spanish. Knowledgeable about the Four Corners Area (New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Utah). Have traveled throughout western Europe and look forward to more adventures ahead. I work in natural resource management. At home I garden, do yoga, run rivers, cross country ski, cook & eat with friends, contra-dance, bike and read biographies, landscape history and fiction especially when based in somewhere I've been or am going. Currently I'm involved in bicycle advocacy and education.
I am grateful to have had the opportunity to host and get to know a diverse and lovely series of guests. I look forward to meeting more wonderful, interesting guests. I can share with you where to hike and ski and what some of the good restaurants are, in our area.
I'ved enjoyed airb&b host/friends in Florida, Colorado, London and Scotland. Soon I'll be going to Provence and have set up all AirBnB for my accommodations! I am looking forward to India and Bali within the next 16 months. I enjoy making new friends and learning about your area and it's special secrets. When traveling, I like to use public transportation or bicycles. I love looking in thrift stores, trying new foods, walking anywhere, seeing local theater or music and viewing gardens & museums.
Here's to satisfying and enriching travels and new friends for all!

Languages: English, Français
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within a few hours

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