This sun-lit and charming casita is the perfect place to call home after skiing at Taos Ski Valley or hiking in the mountains (13 miles). Only 15 minutes to restaurants, art galleries and many cultural activities. Fits well a family of 4 or friendly adults. Its like a country vacation or retreat yet close to all the activities.
“What can I say, the reviews on this stay were spot on. Having never been to Taos, or New Mexico in general, I was extremely excited for my upcoming visit. The trip couldn't have been possible without Bill and Donna's hospitality, especially with the location being so central and the views being so majestic. Extremely clean space, the sunrise greets you and peers through the large windows each morning and you feel like you could hear a pin drop from miles away.”
Just a couple miles from the center of Taos, our cozy casita can accommodate a couple comfortably. A futon makes it easy to add one or two children. Space includes: one bedroom, living room w/kiva, small kitchen, bathroom, 2 TVs & use of on premises hot tub. Incredible sunset views! For medical workers the location could not be more ideal. It is one block from Holy Cross Hospital.
“Leolyn’s place was really magical. We loved all the sweet touches, like half & half & other breakfast items in fridge, fresh baked cookies.. so thoughtful. The casita was so cozy & even more beautiful than the pictures show. The outdoor area was absolutely beautiful & we loved sitting by the chimenea & watching the beautiful night sky. We would love to come back someday, it was a very special stay for us. Thank you Leolyn!”
Gorgeous mountain views and all of the comforts of home greet you in this beautiful 1954 Silver Dome travel trailer located just minutes from town and the area's outdoor and culinary attractions. Enjoy a full bedroom, bathroom (with new plumbing finally!), kitchen and living room with a mid-century aesthetic and inviting fenced yard.
“Our only regret is that we did not stay longer. Amy was such a thoughtful host, tons of local tips and even stocked two beers for us to enjoy upon arrival which was so thoughtful. The trailer is perfect for two people and the porch was a dream to watch the sun set from and Star gaze. 5 minutes into town (we were on motorcycles), it was really very close. The man renting the trailer next to us was a total delight to chat with in the evenings while we sat out having a drink. Such a lovely communal experience. Very Toas. We wouldn’t stay anywhere else.”
Who doesn’t want a hot tub at their house? Here in Taos, you’ll find 81 houses that have hot tubs.
Locals agree—these are all great places to take the kids:
Whether you’re looking for a tasty treat or a hearty meal, here’s where the locals say to go: