What a neat farm! Such a cool and unique experience. Directions getting there were a little difficult. Directions state .5 miles on a dirt road but...
What a neat farm! Such a cool and unique experience. Directions getting there were a little difficult. Dire...
Peaceful Tipi Retreat on Organic Berry Farm near Taos, New Mexico
Description of Glamping Units
Just a few miles north of Taos, New Mexico, this tranquil tipi retreat is the perfect fit for a getaway like no other. With one queen-size bed outfitted with comfortable linens, the tipi can comfortably accommodate up to four guests at a time. Guests will also find plenty of tables and chairs, board games, environmentally-friendly toiletries, and more. As a welcome gift, guests can enjoy a complimentary bottle of red wine upon their arrival.
Outside, there is a lovely deck complete with patio chairs for relaxing while taking in the tranquil natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. Additionally, guests have access to a number of shared facilities including bathrooms, a laundry room, showers, a sauna, and a playground for children. The tipi is situated on a large organic farm, with fresh produce and eggs available seasonally. Read More
- Board games
- Cell service
- Linens provided
- Queen-size bed
- Towels provided
Guests have access to outdoor hot water showers, bathrooms, laundry facilities, playground, dry sauna, picnic tables, a grill, hammocks, library with wifi and coffee in the morning at the Trading Post. Cell reception is limited, and sometimes requires a walk down the road. Guests have access to outside showers and bathrooms. Organic veggies and eggs available seasonally.
- Childcare services
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
- Shared bathroom
Location + Surroundings
This cabin rental in northern New Mexico is nestled in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. The town of Taos is only a 15-minute drive from the glamping site, and the Taos Ski Valley and Red River are only a 25-minute drive from the site. The cabin is situated on a 40-acre goji berry farm and boasts incredible views of the surrounding national forest. If guests are looking for Taos lodging for a secluded romantic getaway or a place to rest their head after a fun day of skiing in the mountains, these eco-cabins are the perfect spot to get some rest and relaxation. This tipi is located on a small goji berry farm 15 miles north of Taos. Located near several hot springs, walking trails, the Carson National Forest, and DH Lawrence Ranch. Glampers will enjoy the cottonwood trees, silence, and bright stars. Read More
Gourmet breakfast and dinner are available for an additional fee. Guests can also book a masseuse, a babysitter, and horseback riding through the hosts of this glamping property.
- Bird watching
- Feeding animals
- Horseback riding
- 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.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
The fee for each additional guest after two is $10 per person, per night, and $10 extra per cot.
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. Read More