Description of Glamping Units
Located in a historic lodge in Silver City, New Mexico, this charming vacation rental, complete with a queen-size bed and a delightful sunroom, accommodates up to three guests comfortably.
The sunroom features a table with two chairs, as well as a small refrigerator and coffee service, making it the perfect place to have a filling breakfast before setting off to discover the Gila National Forest. However, if glampers are looking to make more elaborate meals, they are welcome to use the lodge kitchen.
Guests will find the bathrooms and shower in the main part of the lodge. Additionally, glampers will be able to use the many recreational rooms located in the lodge, such as the exercise room, library and games room. Read More
- Dining table
- Extra bed(s)
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Movie library
- Queen-size bed
- Towels provided
- Wheelchair access
This rustic property, located in the natural beauty of New Mexico, is reserved entirely for the glamping party that rents it and it affords guests with a cozy setting to enjoy a getaway unlike any other. Onsite BBQ and fire pits, as well as organized campfires for all guests in the covered corral, will allow guests to feel as if they were camping during their stay. Additionally, guests have access to a bathhouse with showers and a laundry facility. With a games room, a horseshoe pit, a pool room, a library and an exercise room, all located in common areas of the property, there will never be a dull moment while spending time at the grounds after exploring the beautiful surrounding area.
- Dining room
- Fire pit
- Gym/Exercise room
- Laundry service
- Shared bathroom
Location + Surroundings
Nestled in the foothills of the Burro Mountains, this historical ranch, located on an astounding 210 acres in Silver City, New Mexico, will afford guests with the perfect getaway. Its unparalleled location near the Gila National Forest is an oasis for all who want to immerse themselves in the rugged beauty of New Mexico’s wilderness. The nearest airport is the El Paso International Airport. It is only a ten-mile drive to the heart of downtown Silver City, New Mexico. Approximately a 28-mile drive through the mountains will bring guests to Fort Bayard and a 50-mile drive will lead them to the City of Rocks State Park. Read More
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife viewing
Completely surrounded by nature, yet just a short drive to Silver City, New Mexico, there are always countless things to do. From hiking or horse riding through the astounding landscapes of the Gila National Forest to bird watching, getting in touch with the natural beauty of New Mexico is a must. Glampers can also get their adrenaline going by ATVing through the properties many ATV trails, which are always open.
For guests who want to explore the surrounding area and immerse themselves in the history of Silver City, downtown Silver City is just a short drive away. Guests will be able to roam the streets of a former Apache Indian campsite, which now serves as the city’s arts district. Additionally, glampers can visit the Western New Mexico University Museum, which houses prehistoric southwestern artifacts and pottery or they can make their way to Fort Bayard, which protected mining communities from the Apache Indians in the late 19th Century.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel 24 hours or more prior to check-in.
- You will receive a full refund for the remaining nights and charged for one full nights stay if you cancel within 24 hours.
Smoking is prohibited on the grounds and in all buildings. If checking in after 3 pm, on weekends, or holidays, advance arrangements for registration and key pickup must be made prior to arrival.
While there is no routine daily housekeeping, extended stay guests will receive clean towels and sheets on a weekly basis.
Small pets are allowed in the cabin or avion at an additional fee.
Finally, guests will be responsible for the costs of replacing or repairing any damage to rentals. Guests must inform staff of any existing damage when entering a unit. Read More