Enjoy peace and quiet in this private two bedroom, two bath retreat! Only a half mile to the historic Taos Plaza, you can enjoy tranquility, yet have convenient access to restaurants, galleries, museums, and shops and all that Taos has to offer.
Tastefully furnished, this cozy space offers a full kitchen, a light-filled living room, and a covered porch. Each bedroom has a queen sized bed with down comforters and high thread count sheets. The main bathroom has a shower and small tub. The second bathroom, which has a shower, is located in the second bedroom. Egyptian cotton bath towels are provided. A love seat in the entryway, next to the kitchen, can be pulled out into a twin sized bed. The living room has windows on three sides and looks out onto a small garden area. There is Cable TV and a DVD player, with a small selection of DVD's available for viewing. There is no carpeting, just travertine marble tiles throughout. Please note: there is one step into the kitchen, one step into the living room/sun room, and one step into the sleeping area in the second bedroom. These steps are marked with a different color tile than the rest of the floor.
Although it is attached to the main house, this is a completely private space with separate entrance.
Interaction with guests
I hope to be able to greet you upon arrival. I will be available by phone or text to answer any questions you have.
Come, relax and enjoy yourself in beautiful, historic Taos! A few rules are: no smoking inside of the house. No pets are allowed. Quiet hours are between 10pm and 7am--this means no loud music or excessive noise between these hours. This is a shoe-free home. Simple house slippers will be provided for your stay.
Currently, I am in a poetry mentorship program, as well as studying craniosacral therapy. I trained as an art historian and historian at the PhD level, for a decade. I love to travel, and I have studied many languages: German, French, Sanskrit, and Hindi-Urdu (I spent 2 years in India). I enjoy practicing Forrest Yoga, photography, hiking, swimming, and cooking.