Luxurious Tree House in the Mountains on Working Farm Taos, New MexicoTaos, New Mexico (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This handcrafted glamping accommodation can sleep four guests. There is one bedroom and one bathroom, with additional sleeping areas coming from a sofa bed and a convertible bed, too. The cozy interior holds a living room and dining area and a kitchenette, which has a microwave, a dishwasher, a refrigerator, a two-burner stove top, and a tea kettle.
In addition, there is a television with satellite TV, a DVD player, a VCR player, a CD player, a deck with a barbecue, a gas fireplace, Wi-Fi, a telephone, and a washer and dryer. Bed linens are provided by the host. Read More
- Linens provided
- Queen-size bed
The glamping site can be found halfway between the town of Taos and the Taos Ski Valley, about 10 minutes from either of the aforementioned places. The luxury tree house overlooks a 100-foot pond on the property that has French geese and mallards. Settled on a working farm, this glamping accommodation is home to many different types of animals, including alpacas, chicken, geese, ducks, and the host’s pet Great Pyrenees dogs.
- 24-hour management
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
- Shared kitchen
Location + Surroundings
Situated in north-central New Mexico, Taos is a mountain town in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, whose roots go all the way back to the early 1600s when the town was colonized by Spanish conquistadors. Later on, the town became known as an art colony, and today’s visitors can see the homes and studios of many artists who worked on their craft here, preserved as historic sites. Average low temperatures hover around the low 40's in winter, while in summertime, Taos experiences average highs of just shy of 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Taos is less than one and a half hours, or just under 70 miles, from Santa Fe, the capital city of New Mexico. On a day trip to Santa Fe, glampers should check out the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, the Museum of National Folk Art, the San Miguel Mission, the Santa Fe Historic District, and many other notable sites and attractions in the oldest capital city in the U.S. Read More
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
In summer, glampers will find themselves mountain biking, hiking, fly fishing, horseback riding, and llama trekking, the last of which entails being accompanied by a llama for hikes of all distances. Come wintertime, Taos is a popular skiing destination, principally due to Wheeler Peak, a 13,161-foot mountain and the highest point in the whole state. Glampers can also head to Taos Ski Valley, Red River Ski Area, and Angel Fire Ski Area to continue skiing. Snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice skating, and ice fishing are also practiced in the colder months in Taos.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Taxes are not included in the daily rental price. A full refund will be issued if the reservation is cancelled 30 days or more before the arrival date.