Log Casita Overlooking Pond and Waterfall near Taos, New Mexico
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Outside, there is a small enclosed yard behind the accommodation, as well as a carp pond and a waterfall out front, so glampers can relax and listen to the sounds of nature and the wildlife that call this habitat their home.
The daily rate is for a double occupancy at $89 for Low Season and May, and $109 for High Season starting in June. Each extra person up to four people has an additional fee of $10. The cleaning fee is $45
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Queen-size bed
- Outdoor furniture
- Game room
- Dining table
- Cooking basics
- Shared Barbecue
- Sauna/Steam room
Location + Surroundings
- Feeding animals
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
Adventures and sports
- Winter sports
Children and adults alike are sure to love the petting zoo on the glamping property, which is home to goats, sheep, chickens, and rabbits. In the nearby town of Taos, guests can get inspired by its art colony, and visit the various museums and art galleries that this community boasts. Taos Pueblo is an ancient American Indian community and UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a wonderful history, beauty, and culture. The pueblo is open daily to visitors and is certainly worth the trip if glamping near Taos. Guests can also visit the Taos Ski Valley, which has the best snow in the Southwest. During the summer, Taos Ski Valley boasts a number of great hiking and biking trails for those who are looking for something more active.
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Please note that rates vary depending on the season.
At this accommodation, pets are negotiable, but they are not allowed on the furniture.
There is no smoking inside the cabin suite.
When using the rental's dishwasher, guests must rinse off dishes before placing them in the dishwasher.
In addition, there can be no excessive noise after 10 p.m.
Guests are asked to bag up their recycling items separately from their normal trash.