Elegant Cottage Rental on Historic Ranch in Lincoln County, New MexicoSan Patricio, New Mexico (United States of America)
Elegant Cottage Rental on Historic Ranch in Lincoln County, New Mexico
This historic home, on the National Historic Registry, is sequestered on a stunning family-run ranch in Lincoln County, New Mexico. Built over seventy years ago by famous southwestern artist, Peter Hurd and his wife, Henriette Wyeth Hurd, this cottage retains its elegance and vibrancy and offers modern amenities (Wi-fi, satellite TV) and facilities for a comfortable stay. The house is a one bedroom/one bath with a king size bed and a sleeper sofa. Also available for additional rental is another bedroom attached to the villa with its own bathroom. Each bedroom boasts a fireplace that sets the mood and adds warmth during winter.
Preparing meals will be easy with complete access to the fully-stocked gourmet kitchen. A gazebo, acequia with water wheel, and beautiful courtyard make this a perfect place for relaxation.
- Private Kitchen
- Front desk service
- Linens and pillows
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
There are various accommodations at the property but, to ensure privacy for guests, as soon as an accommodation in one part of the property has been rented, no other accommodations in that part of the property will be rented out.
Pets are welcome for an additional fee.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
San Patricio, New Mexico (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
Guests are treated to a wide range of outdoor activities and attractions to choose from when staying at the ranch. The on-site art gallery showcases years of incredible artwork from the ranch’s owners that portray the essence of San Patricio and its heritage and guests can purchase these originals and prints from the artists themselves for an unforgettable experience. The ranch is within close proximity of the Lincoln National Forest and the Sacramento Mountains that offer year-round adventures including superb hiking and biking trails, scenic horseback riding tours as well as skiing and snowboarding opportunities in winter.
For an insight into the area’s history, guests can visit the Hubbard Museum of the American West and admire the bronze horse statues in the museum’s gardens and the antique saddles. Visitors can also discover how the advancement of firearm technology through the 1830s to the late 19th-century changed the way of life in the Old West.
The Smokey Bear Historical Park is a fun and heartwarming day out for the entire family as visitors learn about how a badly burnt bear cub, known as Smokey, was rescued and later became a national symbol for fire prevention. There is a playground, a climbing wall, and picnic tables throughout the two-acre park as well as fire engines and a fire tower.