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Postijiet fejn toqgħod ġewwa Santa Fe

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Beautiful, adobe, studio apartment conveniently located minutes from downtown Santa Fe and the Railyard Arts District. This eclectic gem boasts high ceilings and vigas. There is a queen size bed, sofa bed and a desk area for working and dinning. Enjoy a full kitchen and bath. Enjoy fresh air dining and relaxing on the outdoor, private patio. Walk to restaurants, bike to the railyard/downtown. It's a perfect spot for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
Special note to our guests during the COVID-19 outbreak: It is important to us that our guests feel safe staying in our Airbnb during the COVID-19 outbreak. To insure the safety of our guests, here are some of the things we are doing: • After a thorough cleaning, the home is sanitized using a CDC recommended sanitizer. All areas that were potentially touched by prior guests are sanitized including, door knobs, keys, kitchen counters, tables, remotes, light switches, faucets handles, etc. • Ventilation of rooms and home while cleaning. •All linens, including bedspreads and blankets, are hot water washed after every stay. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. Thank you! This lovely studio adobe apartment is a great place for you to call home while visiting Santa Fe. It is conveniently located minutes from downtown Santa Fe and the Railyard Arts District. The 300 sq. ft. home is an open concept living room and kitchen; featuring modern touches while maintaining an old Santa Fe feel with saltillo tile, high ceilings, vigas and eclectic Mexican inspired decor. Enjoy fresh air dining and relaxing on the outdoor, private patio. The home is located within walking distance to 2 local favorite restaurants, Tune-Up Cafe and Counter Culture. The Railyard Arts District is a 5 minute drive away (1.1 mi) and the historic plaza is less than 10 minutes (1.8 mi). There are nearby walking/biking paths that lead directly downtown. The Acequia Trail will have you to the Railyard in 10 minutes on a bike and 20 minutes on foot. The River Trail will have you on the Plaza in 15 minutes on a bike and 35 minutes on foot.
We love the neighborhood. It is a mix of young families, millennials, artists, Santa Fe transplants and people whose families have called Santa Fe home for generations. Walk to restaurants and cafes. This location makes getting anywhere in Santa Fe easy.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Delightful sunny room in adobe home 5 minutes by car from plaza and the opera. Brick floors, high wood ceilings, light filled house. Use of the kitchen and 2 patios, shared bath with one other room, off street parking. House is in pine covered foothills, 30 minutes to ski area. Sorry, but we do not accept pets.
This is a home filled with Asian antiques and textiles while still having the feel of a traditional Santa Fe house. The patios are secluded and surrounded with pines. The house is run with passive and active solar and has a water catchment system and greenhouse.
The neighborhood is one with large acre zoning and is filled with trees. The house is on 3 1/2 acres with an arroyo for walking. Hiking trails are within 15 min of the house.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

COVID-19 Update: We have enhanced disinfecting protocols, & because I have a lung condition, we are hypervigilant about virus transmission. We first spray everything with disinfectant & leave it for the mfr recommended interval. After that, we go in to clean, change linens, finally we give another complete disinfectant spray on our way out. In addition, we wash all linens in a high-temperature wash & dry. Please see below for full property description!
My place is 1.2mi from the plaza in a conveniently located residential neighborhood. With its small, simple, Santa Fe style, you'll feel at home right away! The main room has a kiva fireplace & sleeper sofa as well as a full kitchen & small dining area. There is a separate bedroom with closet & washer/dryer. The enclosed, private courtyard is perfect for kids & pets. This guesthouse is separate from, but next to my home where I live with my partner, our son, and two fuzzy dogs! As you walk in through the rustic red gate, you enter into an open, shady courtyard/small garden filled with lilac, an apricot tree, and wildflowers in the summer months. The front porch (in New Mexico it's called a portal) spans the length of the guesthouse & is very much a part of the living space. With it's lively rug & simple outdoor seating area, it is always hard to make yourself go inside & miss out on our incredible New Mexico weather! Two sets of french doors are meant to be thrown open to bring the outside in. The first set of doors opens to the main room with it's traditional kiva fireplace, sleeper sofa, and full kitchen. The flat-screen TV is available for streaming & both Netflix & Amazon video services are included. The guesthouse has radiant floor heat and colored concrete floors, although the fireplace is often more than enough. The kitchen has a full size refrigerator, gas stove, microwave, dishwasher, coffee maker, & is stocked with pots, pans, & utensils. A small dining area with a handmade table & vintage chairs is perfect for dining, working, or games! A small washer/dryer unit is next to the bathroom which has a tub/shower combination. There is a pocket door hidden in the doorway between the bedroom & main room for privacy (or supervision if necessary!). The bedroom has a queen size bed (built by Scott) along with a closet & hangers. The second set of French doors opens into this bedroom from the portal, so you can let the beautiful weather or just the sunshine in! Please keep in mind that Santa Fe has been living in drought conditions for many years, and as a result we have some of the the lowest water consumption per person in the US, with our per person rates averaging 95 gallons per person per day, compared to the national average of 150! We therefore ask you to be mindful of your water use in our dry city (i.e. turn off the tap while brushing, etc...).
My neighborhood is great! The location is amazing in that it is close to everything, without being in the middle of everything. It is a typical neighborhood in Santa Fe, which means it isn't really typical of anything. It is a residential street, although you won't find any lawns or that sort of thing, most of the residences here are behind adobe walls. It's residential, yet just two blocks away from St. Francis, which is one of the larger thoroughfares in the city. The "Tune Up" cafe, which was featured on the Food Network, is just three blocks away, as well as a laundromat two blocks in the opposite direction. If you like to cook or dine in, there is a Sprouts, Albertson's, and CVS about a mile away at DeVargas Center (there are restaurants & shops as well). During the summer months, the Farmer's Market is a very popular place for local organic produce & other products. The Railyard District has a Violet Crown movie theater, restaurants, shops, galleries & events just 0.5mi down the street. Canyon Road & the Santa Fe plaza are about 1.5mi away and offer endless choices for dining, gallery strolling, and shopping all steeped in 400 years of history. The plaza (or downtown) area is about a mile away and has zillions of shops, galleries, and restaurants as well as one of Santa Fe's specialties - museums! The New Mexico History Museum, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Governor's Palace, New Mexico Museum of Art, & famed Institute of American Indian Art are all right there (not including our own Museum Hill, with a handful of other museums there!). If you're taking a day trip up north to Chimayo or thereabouts, simply hop on to St. Francis and you're already on 285 north. If you'd like to head up the mountain for snowboarding or hiking, swing around Paseo de Peralta to Artist Rd & you're on your way.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Authentic, family and pet friendly two bedroom casita in family compound with all the amenities.
COVID-19 - What we are doing We know these are uncertain times and want to assure you of the steps we are taking for your health and safety. All surfaces, cabinets, knobs, light switches, remotes, high use wall areas, floors and furniture are bleached between each guest. We removed all accent pillows and extra blankets. We usually leave many towels but have started leaving only what's needed for each visit. Please let us know if you need more. We have foaming hand soap and encourage its use. Please let us know if there's anything more we can do. Thank you for considering our space Quiet two bedroom casita in the historical Village of Agua Fria on the Camino Real. fifteen minutes from the plaza and Canyon Road. Five minutes from Meow Wolf and walking trails. The casita has a queen size bed and a trundle bed, which pulls out and makes a queen or can serve as two singles. There is a fireplace in the master bedroom. The kitchen is stocked with appliances to make the most comfortable living. The bathroom has a tub and shower. We offer a television and wifi. The casita has a fenced yard accommodating dogs and children with an outdoor grill and table set. Parking for two next to the casita with additional down the road. The Aqua Fria village is one of the first villages created when the Spaniards conquered Santa Fe therefore our neighbors have been here for generations creating family compounds that are situated in the old farming fields of Santa Fe. The area feels rural yet completely centrally located in the city. We are available at all times if a problem or need arises.
Our neighborhood is rich in history and houses locals who are related and have been here for generations. The neighborhood has a variety of compounds where families live close and yet there is space between the compounds. It's rural and gives the feeling of time standing still, providing a quiet, authentic Santa Fe experience.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Gorgeous Casita with private hot tub just 5 minutes from the art and history of downtown Santa Fe. This newly remodled 1050sq ft hypo-allergenic scent free casita is exactly what the discerning traveler requires. TESLA CHARGER AND RV PARKING ON SITE!
Featuring: A quiet cul-de-sac with a country feel and ample Parking, Private entry, new hot tub, stone path, coyote fenced yard, Full gourmet kitchen with all utensils, dishes, high-end pots/pans, Drip and French press coffee makers, Earth tone, hard trowel plaster walls, Two HD Smart TVs with cable and premium channels, High-speed wireless Internet, Luxurious organic bedding, Tested, clean well water; free of any city contaminates, Fully powered with grid-tied solar electric, Central heating and cooling, Washer and dryer, Walk-in Closet, Iron and board, Brick and wood floors, Outdoor barbecue. Due to the high demand of the Casita, unfortunately we are unable to accommodate early check-ins and late checkouts at this time. TESLA CHARGER RV PARKING ON SITE! THIS IS A NON SMOKING PROPERTY!
An excellent retreat property minutes from historic downtown, we are tucked in the serene Sol y Lomas neighborhood at the end of a cul-de-sac. Additionally we are just minutes away from St Vincent’s hospital, grocery stores and restaurants, with quick access to Meow Wolf and Santa Fe Ski basin! Your Santa Fe Oasis awaits.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Our 100 year old adobe house is located in the heart of the Santa Fe Baca District. We are 1.8 miles from the plaza-- a 10 minute drive and about a 35-40 minute walk. You will have your own private entrance and private bathroom. There are walking trails close by and great restaurants are in walking distance. We are a 15-20 minute walk to the Santa Fe Farmers Market, and we are two blocks from public transportation. Please be aware this room is for 1 guest per night.
The room has a private entrance and bathroom and has been decorated with Latin American folk art, and is authentic Adobe. The room has a coffee maker, small fridge, tea kettle, towels, a VERY comfy bed (it's a soft mattress), wifi and a porch. Please be aware our adobe does not have AC, but stays pretty cool during the summer and a fan is provided. The room does not have a TV. You will be sharing the rest of the house with me, my husband Luis and Roommate Martin and our cat Sam. Please not this is a very old Adobe home and ceiling height is about 6 feet.
The Baca district is perfect example of old adobe Santa Fe. Families who have been here for generations live here, as well as newly arrived families. This neighborhood has become popular with art studios and is blocks away from great restaurants (Tuneup, Counter Culture) and bike trails (acequia rail trail). We are 15 minutes walking to the famous Santa Fe Farmers Market. If you want an authentic Santa Fe experience you have found the right place.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Welcome to Santa Fe! This charming studio cottage and my home share the property in this quiet residential neighborhood. The cottage is full of Santa Fe charm with a cozy, pretty interior, skylights and lots of natural light, a fully-stocked kitchen corner, handmade cabinets, Mexican tile, comfy queen-sized bed, and a private garden patio. It's a quiet haven but centrally located, just 2 miles from the Plaza/downtown. It's a lovely place for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
Bed and Bath - there are four pillows, several sets of sheets and towels, and two cozy down comforters. Kitchen - I provide organic dark French roast coffee beans, a coffee grinder and French press, half & half, black and herb tea, instant oatmeal, honey and organic sugar. There are plates, bowls, glasses, mugs, silverware and kitchen utensils, pots, pans, and an electric kettle. There's a full stove and oven, a toaster, and a small fridge with a tiny freezer.
Quiet streets, two parks within 2 blocks, a large park a mile away. Bike/walking trail about 1/2 mile away. Five movie theaters within a 10-minute radius (mainstream and art cinemas), 2 miles to the Plaza (people-watching, galleries, shops, theater & music, restaurants, museums). Several cafes, bakeries, restaurants and a brew pub are within 1 block to 1 mile away. You'll have a binder in the cottage with info on restaurants, museums, outdoor activities, as well as some maps and other brochures.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Our place is close to public transport. You’ll love the place because of the ambiance, good for solo adventurers and business travelers. There is a sunshield to prevent excessive heat during the day plus an extractor fan in the skylight. There are no drapes but you'll be quite far enough from the road for the unlikelihood of peeping passers-by (!) and the morning sun should greet you filtered through the great pinon tree.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Esperjenzi popolari ġewwa Santa Fe

Esperjenzi popolari ġewwa Santa Fe

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A 2 room suite connected to full bath. It has Queen bed & comfortable full bed hid-a-couch in 2nd room. Kitchenette-bar sink with H2O dispenser. There is refrigerator, hotplate, microwave, pans and dishes. Sitting area, TV trays. Satellite TV-HBO, Cinemax, etc. Entries well lit 24 hours. Also, All guests at Ray's can use the well equipped El Gancho Fitness Club as Ray's Guest. Just ask Ray for details. Space is SANITIZED after each visit.
There is an unfinished area w/ couch for extra room. Private entrance is through my workbench and storage area. Perhaps private entry is rustic, but the space is like a pearl hidden in a clam.
This is a country location down a well maintained 1/4 mile gravel road. If you like the country and privacy, this Dahlia Suite will be cozy for you. Pets are welcome.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Wonderful Northern New Mexico style guest house in a rural setting. Gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, very quiet and peaceful with amazing stargazing opportunity. We are located just 15 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza and 19 minutes from the Santa Fe Opera. There is hiking and biking from the property. The La Tierra Trail System is just a few minutes away. Visit with the resident mules Sadie & Sally. Our little community, affectionately known as Dogpatch, welcomes you!
Guests will love the quiet and peaceful setting, surrounded by gorgeous views of the Sangre De Cristos and Jemez mountain ranges. Here you will witness gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. The kitchen has a fridge/freezer, coffee maker, microwave, hot plate and toaster oven. Feel free bring to bring your favorite coffee and food items.
Country living yet only 15 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza. We are located at the end of a dirt road in wonderful, safe little community that we lovingly call Dogpatch. We are located off of Camino La Tierra near Las Campanas. Arroyo Vino is a high end restaurant and wine shop located about a mile down the road. We are very close to La Tierra biking and hiking trails.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

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Very quiet, 1000 ft of living space, perfect location - 3 mi frm the plaza, easy access to I-25 and 285 . Off street parking. Friendly cat shares the space. Close to Ten Thousand Waves, Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, St. John's College, Santa Fe Opera and Santa Fe Institute. Bedroom w/ queen bed, Living rm, kitchen, 2 private gardens. Lots of natural light! worldwide photos and artifacts throughout. Washer dryer available for a fee of $4/ load... we are in a desert, use water wisely.
This charming house has a cozy interior, comfy queen-sized bed, kitchen, living and dining room and a private front garden, back patio and large back yard that opens to open space with a bike path just across the arroyo. The kitchen is well equipped, My home is in this quiet residential neighborhood. It is less than a block from neighborhood parks, a walking/bike trail and city bus stops and the new kiss and ride train station is about a quarter mile away, an easy walk. It's a lovely place for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. The optional 2nd bedroom has a single bed with a trundel single for a fee. The laundry room is shared however if your stay is short will never be used while you are there, if longer than a week then Karen, the manager will make arrangements with you when you will not be there so really it is never used when you are there. Please note that Kitty ... the resident cat... does share the space with you!
This is a nice quiet neighborhood. The backyard backs up to an arroyo with walking and biking trails on the far side of it. The bike trails actually go all the way downtown, about 2 1/2 miles. There is an Albertsons walking distance to the house on St Francis and Zia along with little eateries. Personally I usually go downtown to some of our wonderful New Mexican restaurants or to Harry's Roadhouse. We are happy to give you hints or help choosing places to visit, eat or explore. In the winter or summer we are just 35 minutes from the ski basin, perfect for skiing, snow shoeing, hiking or viewing the aspens. Ten Thousand waves is on the way back for the perfect end to a day outdoors. Museum HIll is just 5 minutes away with world class museums. The Plaza and Canyon Road are less than 10- minutes away with all they have to offer - galleries, museums, artisans, restaurants...
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Be welcomed to the Santa Fe International Hostel. We look forward to hosting travelers for a minimum two nights. This is our most popular accommodation. A room with double-bed in our authentic Route 66 motel building. This room has a cold water sink and toilet en-suite. All other facilities are down the exterior corridor.
Your room will be a private room with double bed that accommodates you and up to one other person. (If you prefer a room with bunk beds, please let us know and we will accommodate.) We operate as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit and we do require our guests to leave their rooms as clean as or cleaner than they found them & also participate in daily duties to help maintain the hostel's common areas... Cleaning supplies are provided. After hours, check ins can be accommodated with prior arrangement. Check out only,after reception opens at 7 AM.
We are centrally located on Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe's main commercial drag. We are 1.25 miles from the Plaza, close to groceries, cafes, and more.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

This very sweet "Tiny House" located 1 1/4 miles from the historic Santa Fe Plaza and less than a miles walk to the beautiful Santa Fe Farmers market Railyard, restaurants, galleries, shopping, parks and many grocery shops. The guest house is in our back yard surrounded by gardens, a stream and Koi pond, organic veggies and a few chickens. There is an outdoor kitchen for your use. With and open concept, the guest house has a a full size bed with luxury linens, claw foot tub and mini fridge.
This charming guesthouse is actually a 200 square foot tiny home and it is my favorite part of our property. You enter through our side driveway, passing veggie gardens and grapevines (seasonal) and into the tranquil back yard where you'll find an outdoor kitchen with a gas grill and a 4 burner stove top to that you are welcome to use as much as you like. We have a Koi pond, filling the property with the soothing sound of the waterfall to lull you to sleep. There is a pretty little dining area right in front of the guest house. When you enter into the cozy, private tiny home, the walls are finished with a wheat colored soft clay plaster flecked with mica. There is a deep clawfoot tub for soaking complete with a brass hand held shower head and bath tray to hold a good book and your favorite beverage, so come prepared for a little relaxation. There is a half wall separating the bedroom area from the bath space so the space has an open feeling. There is a mini fridge and microwave, as well as a coffee and tea set up. The bed is a full size, very comfortable, spring coiled futon (not like those old, lumpy dorm room futons) offering a great nights sleep with down pillows, down comforter and quality linens.
Our neighborhood offers great access to town. You can enjoy walk (3/4 ml.) to the beautifully abundant Santa Fe Farmers Market on Saturday and Tuesdays. It is located in the Railyard district witch has galleries, shops, fantastic restaurants, the rail runner commuter train and a lovely park. Don't forget to visit my husbands famed restaurant, The Cowgirl on Guadalupe street! Fun music and great food, it is always bustling with local life. We are a few minutes from the historic Santa Fe Plaza and down town witch also boasts of world class restaurants , galleries and museums such as the Georgia O'keef museum. We are also in close proximity to Trader Joes, Whole Foods, Sprouts, Albertsons, and La Montinita co-op for all your grocery needs.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Cool & fun, beautiful, adobe, casita conveniently located minutes from downtown Santa Fe & the Railyard Arts District. This 1 bedroom home features a fully stocked kitchen, full bath with washer & dryer, a cozy bedroom (with a comfy queen size bed), private backyard & cool, fun furnishings throughout. Walk to restaurants & bike to the railyard/downtown. Located next door to one of Santa Fe's best recording studios, it's a perfect spot for music lovers, artists, couples & solo adventurers.
Special note to our guests during the COVID-19 outbreak: It is important to us that our guests feel safe staying in our Airbnb during the COVID-19 outbreak. To insure the safety of our guests, here are some of the things we are doing: • After a thorough cleaning, the home is sanitized using a CDC recommended sanitizer. All areas that were potentially touched by prior guests are sanitized including, door knobs, keys, kitchen counters, tables, remotes, light switches, faucets handles, etc. • Ventilation of rooms and home while cleaning. •All linens, including bedspreads and blankets, are hot water washed after every stay. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. Thank you! This cool & fun, beautiful, adobe, casita is a great place for you to call home while visiting Santa Fe. It is conveniently located minutes from downtown Santa Fe and the Railyard Arts District. The 400 sq. ft. home is an open concept living room and kitchen; featuring modern touches and a Santa Fe feel with saltillo tile, a cathedral ceiling and fun decor. The bedroom is cozy with a comfy queen size bed. Enjoy fresh air dining and relaxing on the outdoor, private patio. The home is located within walking distance to 2 local favorite restaurants, Tune-Up Cafe and Counter Culture. The Railyard Arts District is a 5 minute drive away (1.1 mi) and the historic plaza is less than 10 minutes (1.8 mi). There are nearby walking/biking paths that lead directly downtown. The Acequia Trail will have you to the Railyard in 10 minutes on a bike and 20 minutes on foot. The River Trail will have you on the Plaza in 15 minutes on a bike and 35 minutes on foot.
We love the neighborhood. It is a mix of young families, millennials, artists, Santa Fe transplants and people whose families have called Santa Fe home for generations. Walk to restaurants and cafes. This location makes getting anywhere in Santa Fe easy.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Light, cozy, peaceful, and private casita nestled in a historic area of Santa Fe. The excellent location makes it walkable and bikeable to museums, theaters, restaurants, hiking trails, and 1.5 miles to downtown. Great for two adults or a family with young children.
Our house, built in 1920, was once part of the five-acre estate we share the property line with. The estate and our home were designed by the famous Santa Fe architect, John Gaw Meem. In fact, we actually have the original plans signed by him. As legend has it, our house was the horse stables, tack and feed room, and stable hands quarters. Over time it has been added onto. It is a true example of "Santa Fe Style". Part of what makes our spot so magical is that it is right in town, but feels like the country. We are way set back off the road and all of the homes here are on at least an acre. We have done our best to lovingly and respectfully remodel and update the home and casita, paying attention to detail and adding modern conveniences while honoring the history.
Our neighboorhood is quiet and residential.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Just minutes from town yet country on three acres. This is a separate, private casita (small house) with lots of parking. Main house far enough away for complete privacy. Has internet, TV, washer and dryer and fully equipped kitchen and bath. The house is solar powered and has great well water.
Very romantic with a lush, blooming, enclosed garden with a portal to sit under. A true taste of Santa Fe living.
The casita is only 2 miles from town and it is an experience of the real Santa Fe, away from the crowds and downtown traffic. The sunsets are spectacular. The casita makes you want to relax and enjoy your stay and slow down.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Original Adobe with gorgeous viga ceilings, cute french style windows and 2 gas fireplaces on Canyon Road, across from Patrick Smith Park. Queen Size quality bed w all cotton bedding. Tons of charm, very popular and loved. 40" TV with cable., modern couch/second bed including bedding. Kitchen is well-equipped ~ Great WIFI. Stacking washer/dryer. Courtyard with patio table under fruit trees. Off-street Parking. Walk to TeaHouse, El Farol, Geronimo's, Galleries, Dance/Yoga Studio and trails!
Darling one bedroom Casita on Canyon near Monsignor Patrick Smith Park with 2 gas fireplaces, very ample and equipped kitchen, saltillo tile floors, spanish tile counters/wood cabinets. Bedroom has New, natural latex, queen size bed, High thread-count Kirkland sheets, down comforter/pillows. Cute french-style windows. Viga ceilings with 4 skylights throughout. Stacking washer/dryer. Off-street parking. Courtyard with fruit trees and wrought-iron furniture. Couch folds out to a full size bed. Quiet, comfortable, with that special Santa Fe charm. Pet-friendly! ( $20. pet cleaning fee required) Free Internet--and it's fast (11Mbps) Cable TV on articulating mount. There are 3 trek bicycles for use during the months between May and November. They are shared between the guests in Studio C and Amor. While I do my best to see that they are in working order, I cannot promise that in each instance. Helmets provided. Also, guests must sign a waiver before riding. Walk to The Teahouse for breakfast, El Farol for entertainment, Geronimo for a special night out. Be inspired by a plethora of art galleries. Hiking trails, Audubon, Dale Ball trails are very near. The Alameda river trail is just across the park. Public transit is very close. Santa Fe Pick Up is located near the Tea House. It will take you to all the sites in Santa Fe, including the Railyard where you can go to the spectacular Santa Fe Farmer's Market on Tuesdays and Saturdays. From there, you may also catch the Railrunner, the train that will take you South to Albuquerque and just beyond. The train is comfortable, and has wifi most of the way. What's within walking distance: Restaurants The Teahouse (8-9, all week) One block west on Canyon Rd. Great place for breakfast and for lunch. Enjoy your meal or tea on their pebble stone patio in the sunshine. The baked goods (many gluten free options )are usually very good. I also recommend the salads, one is a healthy meal in itself. The coffee drinks are a little better than average. Casual atmosphere El Farol (website hidden) Less than two blocks west on Canyon Rd. . Check out their entertainment line-up, everything from salsa night, to blues bands, to trivia night (Monday). They have a tapas (small spanish plates) menu, as well as a dinner menu. A place to sit at the bar and get to know some people, visitors and residents alike Geronimos A little further down Canyon, well into the gallery area, is a fine dining restaurant. Don't be intimidated, go inside and check out the inner bar room. The friendly bartender will make you feel at home. There is a bar menu. For a more formal evening, the restaurant has excellent service and top-notch food and wine. The building is from the 1700's. Recommended. The Compound This is further by about two more blocks. I ate here once, and it was fine, but for the price and the atmosphere, the quality of the food-- I prefer Geronimo's. Cafe Artiste On Canyon rd, Nearly to Paseo de Peralta--about one mile from the Casita. Friendly, small, coffee and pastries, crepes? … Downtown Subscription Corner of Garcia St and Acequia Madre. Nice coffee shop with loads of magazines to peruse. Patio out back and in the front. The espresso drinks are decent. Lots of local people. It's a very nice walk: Go directly behind the casita onto Acequia Madre, and walk west. One of the most charming walks in Santa Fe! Keep going about one mile, passing an elementary school, until you see Garcia St. The coffee shop is on the corner in a strip with a nice book store, photography gallery (Photo-eye). Pick up the local paper out front. Kakawa Chocolate House. Going past Downtown Subscription, cross Paseo de Peralta, to this darling chocolate house with hand crafted chocolate creations. Trails The easiest trail is right across the street! Just go through Patrick Smith Park and the other side is Santa Fe River, which runs along East Alameda St. It follows the river (a creek-size river), more or less, all the way across town, to West Alameda St. and the Plaza area, and beyond. Recommended for a partial walk, shop, eat, day. Dale Ball Trails Drive to this trailhead area by going East on Canyon, turn RT , then quickly left at the Stop sign. Now you are on Upper Canyon Rd. Follow this road about one mile and you will see a small parking area on the left.
Historic homes and churches all around. The Park across the way is a lush, green treasure with cottonwoods and a small river. Of course, galleries! Lots of art to explore and inspire. Quiet and yet close to restaurants and art events. This unit is in a back corner, the quietest of the 3, furthest from the road.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

All Covid -19 cleaning procedures and precautions are being utilized. This is a private, quiet and bright spacious room with separate entrance. Attached to the house but completely shut off. Includes private off street parking and an outdoor area in front directly near a small pond and the sound of running water. Located on a short dirt road that dead ends into the river/biking trail. The Plaza and Meow Wolf are a five minute drive away. Includes small fridge. water/tea boiler/no kitchen.
The property has a beautiful garden in front and the room has beautiful plants upon arrival. Zero street noise. Peaceful and private. I own a floral business as well...check it out at. www.pacificdesignonline.com You can always send thank you flowers to anyone in town :) We deliver locally.
This is a typical Santa Fe neighborhood central in town directly between the plaza and Meow Wolf. What sets this place apart is that the house is directly next to the Santa Fe River walking trail, private and quiet
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Before you book, consider the location of the listing!! This is an authentic adobe studio casita built in the 1940’s . We are close to the plaza, and just blocks from the Railyard Art District & farmers market, restaurants, movie theaters, WholeFoods, Trader Joe’s and Starbucks. 30 minutes to the ski basin. This comfortable casita has its own separate entrance and parking, and is very private. There is a new tempurpedic queen mattress, warm radiant heat, and a claw foot tub. We have WiFi too!
The guest is entitled to the entire casita, which has its own separate entrance.
The casita is very central to the downtown plaza area. It will really enhance your stay in SF when you can just walk to the best spots in town. We are just 2 blocks to many great restaurants as well as the Railyard District which hosts the farmers market on Tuesday and Saturday mornings. Also, just blocks away is Starbucks, Whole Foods, and Trader Joe’s.
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Casita de la Luz (House of the Lights) is close to Canyon Road Art District, St. Johns College, and Museum Hill. You’ll love my place because of mountain views, authentic Adobe style, and proximity to hiking trails and fine dining.
Adobe Santa Fe style with an amazing roof top deck that has breathtaking views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains.
The casita is in the historic east side neighborhood of Santa Fe. You will find it very quaint and close to Canyon Road and Museum Hill. Small winding streets and some are dirt. This is the old world Santa Fe style that people have come to Santa Fe for years and years to enjoy. It makes Santa Fe unique and not like any other place in the country. If you are wanting modern contemporary, my casita would disappoint you. We are close to hiking trails above St Johns College, Audubon Park and trails , Dale Ball Trails , Canyon Road, River walk, Museum Hill and less than 2 miles to the Plaza.
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There is a brand new heater in the studio! This historic studio so built in 1871 -- has hardwood floors, exposed beams, renovated private bathroom, large stone fireplace & small private deck. Located in the historic district, just off Canyon Rd & 3/4 of a mile to the Plaza.
This is an historic adobe, built in 1871, and situated on a quiet, tree-lined street -- just a few blocks from the best galleries and restaurants of Canyon Road. A little over a half mile to the Plaza and Museum Hill, the neighborhood is considered the most desirable in Santa Fe. This is due not only to the location and charm but also because it's the greenest part of town, in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range, near the river, with gorgeous light and shadows as well as proximity to fantastic walking and hiking trails. The space itself is a studio attached to the back of our home. It has a separate entrance with its own walkway to a secluded patio and front door. The space is quite large with a King size bed in the center and a sitting area with two large leather chairs facing the stone fireplace. A sliding glass door leads out to a small, enclosed deck looking over the garden. Remodeled in 2010, it has a modern bathroom with a large tiled shower. It also has a large closet, dresser, desk with books & magazines on Santa Fe and northern New Mexico, a mini fridge and small table with coffee and tea. There is a secure, private WiFi connection for streaming of movies etc. There is no television. It's a large, quiet space with beautiful light and, over the years, a number of writers and artists -- local & international -- have chosen to make regularly scheduled visits. This space has been described by many Airbnb guests as very sweet, "relaxing" and "romantic". Homes in this neighborhood were built in the Pueblo Revival style dating back to the early 1800's. The trees are older and taller than in other areas of Santa Fe, blessing the neighborhood with much coveted shade. Our street borders on the historic Acequia Madre -- or Mother Ditch -- a unique and beautiful stream which winds through town. And, lastly, Canyon Road, an international destination for art, has over a hundred galleries and studios exhibiting Native American art and antiquities, traditional and modern Hispanic art, regional Contemporary art, international folk art and international contemporary art. Walking distance from the house is a wonderful cafe and restaurant called The Tea House and a well shaded, grassy park which borders on the Santa Fe River -- Patrick Smith Park. El Farol, a Santa Fe institution, has live music most nights and many of our guests love sitting out on their balcony in the evening, enjoying a drink while watching people come and go from the galleries. The house is about three quarters of a mile from the Plaza. The walk to the Plaza is a very enjoyable stroll down Canyon Road or along the river walkway. We are also about three quarters of a mile away from Museum Hill. If you prefer not to walk, the 'M' line city bus in our neighborhood goes to both places. The Santa Fe trolley to tourist destinations runs right through this neighborhood as well. Santa Fe is the oldest snd highest -- in elevation -- capitol city in the country. Our neighborhood is the oldest in town and the roads were all originally horse trails! Many are dirt and very narrow, with lots of twists and curves. I always warn guests that GPS will send you to some interesting places in this part of town...but not necessarily your exact destination! I can't get enough of wandering the roads/trails of our neighborhood. It's one of my favorite things to do with my daughter in the evenings or on the weekends. We just set out walking in any direction and find all kinds of hidden pathways and "dead end" roads which lead to tree-lined pathways along the acequias, arroyos and river. One of the reasons I love being an Airbnb host is that I get to meet such a great diversity of incredibly interesting people. We have become friends with many guests over the years and have even gone to visit some of our guests in their homes on Airbnb -- wonderful!
The Historic Eastside is an incredibly desirable neighborhood for visitors to Santa Fe for many, many reasons. It was the home of the original inhabitants. Homes in this neighborhood were built in the Pueblo Revival style dating back to the early 1800's. The trees are older and taller than in other areas of Santa Fe, blessing the neighborhood with much coveted shade and water. Our street borders on the historic Acequia Madre -- or Mother Ditch -- a unique and beautiful stream which winds through town. Our house is in a fantastic location in terms of access to beauty as well as tourist attractions. Just to the east of us is St. John's College with its beautiful campus, open fields, large arroyo for walking and the trailhead for Atalaya hiking. Just to the south of us is Museum Hill -- a collection of five of the most visited museums in town, including the Botanical Garden and the International Folk Art Museum. To the north of us are the Dale Ball Trails and the Audobon Center. And right down the road from us is the infamous Canyon Road, an international destination for art -- with over a hundred galleries and studios exhibiting Native American art and antiquities, traditional and modern Hispanic art, regional Contemporary art, international folk art and international contemporary art. Walking distance from the house is a wonderful cafe and restaurant called The Tea House and a well shaded, grassy park which borders on the Santa Fe River -- Patrick Smith Park. El Farol, a Santa Fe institution, has live music most nights and many of our guests love sitting out on their balcony in the evening, enjoying a drink while watching people come and go from the galleries.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

My house is centrally located near major attractions such as the historic downtown Plaza, Canyon Road galleries, and the Railyard. This is a shared living space with 3 rooms available. You are booking the Starry Night room. The room features a comfortable queen bed, soft sheets, a workspace, and everything you need for a good night’s rest. This room shares a bathroom with one other room.
I have an original adobe home with beautiful brick flooring and a Spanish tiled kitchen. My cozy home offers you a place to recharge after a day of hiking or sightseeing. Relax on the patio, enjoy the labyrinth, curl up on the couch with a good book, or practice some yoga and meditation in the Zen room. We strive for a peaceful, relaxing, and clean environment where you can recharge and experience the beauty and magic Santa Fe has to offer. Breakfast is not offered but you are welcome to use the kitchen, there's room in the fridge to store your food. Complimentary coffee and tea are available. Additionally, we provide wireless internet, off street parking, a yoga room, and a large relaxing private backyard with a beautiful labyrinth and patio.
The neighborhood is peaceful, safe, and quiet. It is centrally located only 1.2 miles from the historic Plaza and 2 miles to the famous Canyon Road that features some of Santa Fe’s best art galleries and oldest restaurants. We are 1.3 miles from the Convention and Visitors Center on Marcy street, and 1 mile from the Farmer's Market and Art Market in the Railyard area (Tuesday, Saturday, & Sunday). Right down the block there is a public pool, park, tennis courts, and a river walk along the arroyo. We are also situated a short 5 minute walk from a co-op, coffee shop, yoga/cycle studio, and laundry mat.
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Our home is a holy-haven for those who value meditation, mindfulness, eco-awareness, community living, and somewhat rustic conditions. Towards this goal, we ask that people who stay here are scent and chemical free; stay at least three nights; and are comfortable with our guidelines. There is access to a loft which has a futon mattress on the floor and space for mats; great for families, students, tribal folks. Extras: inspirational books, art supplies, omnidirectional hiking, and vast vistas.
The space we offer is a private bedroom with queen bed, desk, “coffee table”, chair, bedside table, shelf, an additional seat or surface for things; plus a loft which has a futon mattress on the wood floor, carpet, lots of space, and nice views. More chairs, mats and bedding are available for children or travel companions. The downstairs space has radiant floor heating, rough/cut wood ceilings, walls of beautiful mud-mica-straw plaster on “green” pumice blocks. The result is warm and earthy. Beyond the room (and loft), around the hallway, is the original bathroom with toilet and sink. That is only for airbnb guests, not for residents. Beyond the kitchen and great room is a newer bathroom, spacious and well lit. The shower there is both for airbnb guests as well as for one resident. There are grab bars near the toilet, shower area, and tiled sink. Parking is adjacent to the house. There are no streetlights, so star and moon clarity is ours to celebrate. The great room is available for spiritual practice, and the kitchen available from 7 AM to 7 PM. Pets are welcome (each one counts as a guest). We do offer Wi-Fi, though we unplug the modem when it is not being used (Airbnb guests are welcome to plug it in as needed). We also have a booster if the signal is not strong enough in airbnb space. We are a TV free zone, value hearing the close-by sounds of nature, and request any online live streaming be audible only within the airbnb private space. Thanks!
We live near the river/riverbed, off of on a quiet road, so walks are available night or day. We often hear coyote at night. There is a lovely park adjacent with play equipment for little people. At certain parts of the year, on certain days, there is a little preschool next-door, from which sounds of playing children can be heard. One neighbor have a dog who announces new arrivers. Her name is Lila snd she is easily befriended. When resident has a cat who is very agile and friendly. She loves to go up into the loft, but we prefer she not go up there.
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Romantic, comfortable cottage within a private compound with off street parking and all the amenities of home. The cottage is located on a quiet, safe historic east-side street. Just an easy three block walk to the Plaza, one block to Canyon Rd., around the corner you will find gorgeous walking paths along the Santa Fe River. The La Posada resort is around the corner as is the Drury Hotel and Cathedral is two blocks away. O'Keefe Museum, the Convention Center, and Railyard are one mile.
This comfortable, stand alone cottage is equipped with everything you need to make your Santa Fe vacation fabulous! The property is conveniently located within a private compound and has off street parking for one vehicle directly in front of the unit. Once parked, you can walk anywhere within the downtown area without worry of paying for parking or looking for a parking spot. You will find all of Santa Fe's downtown art, culture, museums, galleries, restaurants, and nightlife an easy walk from this great little cottage. The cottage includes three rooms: 1) A full kitchen, complete with microwave, coffee maker, full sized refrigerator, four burner stove/oven, toaster and other cooking essentials. The kitchen is stocked with gourmet coffee, creamers and light breakfast items. A bar with two bar stools is available in the kitchen from which to enjoy meals. 2) The bedroom/living room combo is equipped with a queen size bed made up with high thread count sheets, blankets, comforter and several soft pillows. Next to the bed are two side lamps on small tables. There is a digital clock with an iPod docking station next to the bed. This room also holds a comfortable recliner and a club chair, a high top table with two stools a tall-boy dresser and the TV. We install a large portable refrigerated air conditioner for the warmer afternoons in the summer. 3) The European style (tiny) bathroom has a shower, sink in cabinet and potty. It is stocked with towels, soap, hair blower, shampoo, cream rinse. The shower provides lots of hot water. A gas fire place in the bedroom provides a romantic and warm setting for comfortable sleep during the winter. In addition electric baseboard heat is in the kitchen and bath to ensure your comfort. We offer our guests FREE high speed internet and Dish TV. Enjoy a full array of FREE movies available on HBO, Cinemax, Starz and Showtime on the 32 inch flat screen television.. In the closet you will find extra towels, sheets, blankets, pillows and a full sized ironing board and iron. Washer/Dryer is available with a $4.00 per load fee (includes soap).
The Santa Fe Plaza, several museums, the Cross of the Martyrs, the Oldest House in the USA, Georgia O’Keefe, The Miraculous Staircase at the Loretto Chapel, the Renowned St. Francis Cathedral and the world famous Canyon Rd are a short walk away. If you head north to the end of the street and then turn left you will run into the La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa (just around the corner). There you can book massages and treatments, eat a meal $$-$$$$ or just enjoy the intimate fireplace in the lobby and architecture that highlights the magic of the southwest. Continue walking further down the street to 106 Faithway and you'll run into Absolute Nirvana--a luxurious spa specializing in exotic Balinese spa and facial treatments. Just a little further down Palace Ave. you might want to enjoy breakfast at Chez Mamou French Bakery & Cafe $$. The lemon tarts are my favorite! There are several more great restaurants on E. Palace including La Casa Sena $$-$$$ and The Shed. $$. As you pass the shops on E. Palace you will certainly want to take a peek in at 109 E. Palace. This was the secret headquarters of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the head of the Manhattan Project who recruited scientists to live and work in Los Alamos. You will be close to the Santa Plaza if you continue on E. Palace. There you will come across Native Americans from the surrounding Pueblos selling their jewelry and wares in front of the Palace of the Governors. These Native Americans have been selling wares for centuries at this very same place! The Palace of the Governors was originally constructed in the early 17th century as Spain's seat of government for what is today the American Southwest, This adobe structure, now the state's history museum, was designated a Registered National Historic Landmark in 1960 and an American Treasure in 1999. On most days you will find activities abuzz on the Santa Fe Plaza. More great restaurants surround the Plaza. Enjoy a brewery beer and pizza from the balcony of Marble Brewery $-$$ as you "people watch" from above or if you decide on breakfast—try the Blue Corn Pinon Pancakes or the sinful to die for French Toast at the Plaza Restaurant $-$$ right on the square. Also downtown you will find New Mexico History Museum located at 113 Lincoln Avenue And just a few blocks away don't miss out on the fabulous Georgia O'Keeffe Museum located at 217 Johnson St. It is dedicated to the life, art and legacy of Georgia O'Keeffe. Don't forget to stop by the Cathedral or enjoy arts and crafts by local vendors in the Cathedral Park. Across the Street from Cathedral Park is the Native American Museum. If you head towards San Francisco Street stop into the La Fonda Hotel. The Pueblo-style architecture features thick wood beams, latilla ceilings and carved corbels. Special touches such as hand-crafted chandeliers, tin and copper lighting fixtures, and colorful tiles add character and charm. Beautiful hand-carved and hand-painted furniture and displays by local artists create a rich ambience. La Fonda has always been a local gathering spot and a hub of activity with two restaurants, one indoor bar, two patio bars and several shops. Frequently you will find music and dancing in the evenings. Two of our favorite restaurants can be found on San Francisco St. The San Francisco Bar and Grill is excellent for lunch or dinner $-$$ and Tia Sophia's is great for breakfast $. There is a Star Bucks on San Francisco St., and you might want to check out the Lensic Performing Arts Center located at 211 W. San Francisco St. You can get tickets to concerts and performances at the box office or online at (URL HIDDEN) The historic Lensic Theater is an absolutely beautiful building reminiscent of the grand old theaters. It was one of two movie theaters we went to as children when I was growing up in Santa Fe. It was built in 1931. Of course on the way back you must not forget to visit the Miraculous Staircase found at the Loretto Chapel which adjacent to the Inn and Spa of Loretto located at 211 Old Santa Fe Trail. The Chapel itself is beautiful but more importantly the staircase known for its unusual helix shaped spiral has baffled scientists and architects for years. IMO it is a "must see". During most days there is an artisan market in the courtyard outside of the Loretto Chapel. The bar at the Loretto often provides wonderful classical guitar music by the fireplace in the beautiful and comfortable lounge. Walk south on Delgado and you will run into the famous Canyon Road where you will find dozens upon dozens of Art Galleries. You can spend entire days browsing through the art, sculptures and many artifacts you will find on this road. Restaurants on Canyon The Teahouse $-$$ (Open 8-7, all week) on Canyon Rd is another great place for breakfast and lunch. Enjoy your meal or tea on their pebble stone patio in the sunshine. The baked goods are usually very good as are their salads. The coffee drinks are a little better than average. Casual atmosphere, great magazine selection for design and fashion. They have the NY Times. El Farol on Canyon Rd. $$-$$$ Check out their entertainment line-up, everything from salsa night, to blues bands, to trivia night (Monday). They have a tapas (small Spanish plates) menu, as well as a dinner menu. There’s usually a place to sit at the bar and get to know people, visitors and residents alike Geronimo's on Canyon $$$$ offers fine dining. But don't be intimidated, go inside and check out the inner bar room. The friendly bartender will make you feel at home. There is a great bar menu. For a more formal evening, the restaurant has excellent service and top-notch food and wine. The building is from the 1700's. The Compound $$$$ Small portions, expensive—but some people enjoy it. Cafe Artiste $-$$ Casual breakfast or lunch. It is west on Canyon close to the Paseo de Peralta. Friendly, small, coffee and pastries, crepes. Downtown Subscription is at the corner of Garcia St and Acequia Madre. Nice coffee shop with loads of magazines to peruse. Patio out back and in the front. The espresso drinks are decent. Lots of local people. The coffee shop is on the corner in a strip with a nice book store, photography gallery (Photo-eye). Pick up the local paper out front. Kakawa Chocolate House on the Paseo de Peralta is a darling chocolate house offering delicious hand crafted chocolate creations. Old Santa Fe Trail At the corner of SF Trail and Alameda is the Bite $-$$ where you can get one of the best burgers in the USA or continue South and you will find the Guadalupe Café for lunch or dinner $$. The food is consistently delicious and is one of my favorites. For a casual lunch or dinner you might want to try a gourmet pizza at the Upper Crust. Two other noteworthy restaurants are the Pink Adobe and the Rio Chama Steak House. At the end of this block you will find yourself at our State’s Capitol fondly referred to as the Round-House.
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This lovely little studio has privacy, comfort, and a great location in the historic South Capital neighborhood. It is easy walking distance to the Railyard District, the Plaza, Trader Joes, Whole Foods, and many restaurants are within a few blocks. You’ll love the peaceful ambiance. Good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
This peaceful and serene refuge, with it's unique Santa Fe style, will charm you and relax you. It is my pleasure to provide you with a coffee maker, organic decaf and regular coffee, an assortment of teas, and sugar. We are LGBTQ friendly and welcome people of all cultures and persuasions. The studio (14’ X 12’ plus bathroom) has a comfy double bed, mini-kitchen in one corner (kitchen sink, below counter fridge, toaster oven, two burner hotplate, and small cabinet with dishes), and a dinner table/desk looking out into the garden. The bathroom includes a shower (no tub) and a washing machine (no dryer). Outdoor amenities include a beautiful yard furnished with umbrella-covered table-and-chairs on a patio next to a lovely pond with a water fall. Please note, there is no television. The studio is situated on a spacious lot, which is shared with other guests, and my home. The yard is lush in the spring, summer, and fall, with fruit trees and flowers. Winters can be cold and snowy between November and March, but maybe not.
The South Capital neighborhood (between Don Diego and Old Santa Fe Trail, and Paseo de Peralta and Cordova Road) is a lovely neighborhood of homes with gardens and staggered streets to keep the traffic down - perfect for quiet neighborhood walks.
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The aesthetic here is designed to appeal to the curious traveller, someone who yearns to be steeped in the history of the Ancient City of Santa Fe. The art and furnishings will provide comfort, repose, and a sense of sanctuary while still being close to the hustle and bustle of Canyon Road, Santa Fe Plaza, and the beautiful old world neighborhoods of the city's Eastside. The tranquil enclosed garden provides a serene resting space after exploring all that Santa Fe has to offer.
Amenities are plentiful: breakfast, coffee, tea, shampoo, TV, WiFi, soap.
This neighborhood's proximity to Canyon Road makes it ideal for art patrons. We are close to Museum Hill, the downtown museums, shopping, the State Capitol Roundhouse, fine dining and other attractions.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

So romantic! This nostalgic 1 BR/1 bath historic home is privately tucked away behind adobe walls, on a quiet street just steps from downtown. Loaded with Santa Fe charm: viga ceilings, a kiva fireplace, full kitchen & a beautiful private patio. Dream location-walk to the Plaza, the Railyard District, and world-famous gallery-filled Canyon Road. 30 min drive to ski basin! Pro-speed wifi and off-street parking keep your stay stress-free. Close to everything, while still quiet & private. Magic!
This beautiful 800 square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bath home is privately tucked away behind adobe walls, near the up and coming Railyard district. Just a few blocks from the Plaza, you will be steps from great dining, shopping and museums (the Georgia O’Keefe museum is just a 10-minute walk from your front door!).  A 15-minute walk in one direction takes you past Santa Fe’s prized Lady of Guadalupe statue to the Railyard District, home to Santa Fe’s wonderful Farmer’s Market, the Railrunner train station and the new Violet Crown cinema, cafe and bar. A 15-minute walk in the other direction lands you right on gallery-filled Canyon Road. Plan to do some skiing? You're just a 30 minute drive from the Santa Fe Ski Basin (don't miss the amazing Ten Thousand Waves spa on your way back down the mountain!) And for you culture lovers - you're an easy 10 minute drive to the Opera, and just 3 miles away from Museum Hill. :-) Boasting elegant and understated classic Santa Fe charm, this property has also been filled with plenty of artistic, Tuscany-inspired details to delight you. It features beamed ceilings, a kiva fireplace and Saltillo tiles in the bathroom and kitchen. The interior is plastered with eco-friendly, chemical-free BioShield clay and raw clay paint, giving the whole casita a wonderfully clean, old-world feel. The French doors in the living room and bedroom open to a covered portal and a small private patio featuring a quaint little waterfall, sheltered by 2 mature pear trees and overflowing with wisteria and local sunflowers. Open the doors on the antique architectural piece mounted on the wall under the portal, and you will find a custom mural of a beautiful Italian sunflower field, by local artist Martha Reich. This enchanting patio fills with sunlight during the summer, and is perfect for dining al fresco, while the kiva fireplace indoors fills the living room with warmth and the smell of burning pinon in the winter. Fondly known as “Casita Bellissima,” it has been elegantly furnished and impeccably maintained as a fully-licensed short-term rental, with rave reviews, since 2008, and it's ready for you to call your own for the duration of your Santa Fe stay. It is filled with gorgeous, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces, and wonderful, eclectic antiques-- wait until you see the old prayer chairs in the dining room, the 1920’s artist bureau in the bedroom, and the custom, down-filled Italian velvet sofa. Belllissima! AMENITIES: Professional-speed Wifi, Cable TV in living room and bedroom, Full kitchen, Washer/Dryer, A/C unit, Kiva Fireplace, Vigas & Beams, Off-street Parking, Quiet, private patio with water feature. We don't serve breakfast, but you'll find plenty of morning basics (coffee, tea, oatmeal, toaster breakfast goodies) onsite, and you're just steps away from a gazillion amazing, world-class restaurants, including some great breakfast joints! :-)
Local tradition holds the the foundations of the houses in this neighborhood are built from stones hand-carried from the nearby river, and you can feel the history and the care in the walls of this precious casita. Although you are super close to downtown, the casita is a back unit on a quiet off-street, so you will have plenty of privacy. You are in the heart of historic, downtown Santa Fe. We want you to feel at home, but given that this is a residential neighborhood, we ask that you keep things down after 9 PM. :-)
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Bungalow


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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

A free standing tiny one room precious space with private partially fenced yard. Location! Walking distance from downtown, world class restaurants and museums, a gourmet grocery & liquor. Free secure off street parking, free wifi, queen bed, European BR. Pets are allowed, you don't need to inquire and ask if your pet is allowed unless it is an extremely rare circumstance, it's is.
High ceilings, skylight, privacy
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Guesthouse


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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

This spacious, light-filled studio with a loft & full kitchen is pure magic! This cool space is a 7 min. walk to the Railyard - food, movies, farmer's market. Another 15 min walk to the Plaza for galleries, museums, shops, & more eats. In winter the sunny studio stays toasty w/ passive solar and a romantic gas fireplace. In Summer the studio opens to allow a cool breeze through the transom windows. Off street parking and a private yard make this modern sanctuary an easy stay for smart travelers!
This studio accommodates 2 people. It is equipped with an exceptionally comfortable queen size (medium-firm memory foam with 1.5" topper) bed in the loft which I have listed as a bedroom. The loft is open and overlooks the studio - it's not private. Please note the loft has a very low ceiling (see pics) and is for sitting and sleeping only. We are dealing with coronavirus by providing a 1-day vacancy between reservations starting March 13th. For existing reservations, we are asking that guests check-in at 4 pm and check-out at 9 am to allow us more time to clean and prepare the space. To minimize risk we are using disinfectant cleaners and sprays on all surfaces. Extra blankets, towels, and pillows are available upon request.
We love this neighborhood!! We're close to many things. There is even a new bodega down the street that is open until 5pm. Around the corner is the Tune-Up Cafe and down the block you can catch the Acequia Trail which features a newly added and super cool path that tunnels under St. Francis St. and shoots you out at the Railyard.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Delightful room in Adobe home 5 min by car from the Plaza and the Opera. Brick floors, high wood ceilings, light filled, use of the kitchen and 2 patios, shared bath with one other room, off street parking. House in pine covered foothills, 30 min to ski area. Sorry, we don't accept pets.
This is a home filled with Asian antiques and textiles while still having the feel of a traditional Santa Fe house. The patios are secluded and surrounded with pines. The house is run with passive and active solar and has a water catchment system and greenhouse.
The neighborhood is one with large acre zoning and is filled with trees. The house is on 3 1/2 acres with an arroyo for walking. Hiking trails are within 15 min of the house.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

COVID-19 Update: We have enhanced disinfecting protocols, & because I have a lung condition, we are hypervigilant about virus transmission. We first spray everything with disinfectant & leave it for the mfr recommended interval. After that, we go in to clean, change linens, finally we give another complete disinfectant spray on our way out. In addition, we wash all linens in a high-temperature wash & dry. Please see below for full property description!
My place is 1.2mi from the plaza in a convenient neighborhood just 0.5mi from the Railyard District & Farmer's Market. The studio has a private courtyard (through Turquoise gate) and a kitchen, small dining area, sleeping nook with murphy bed, and basic bathroom with shower. It is privately tucked into the back of our property, and attached to my home where I live with my partner, our son, and two fuzzy dogs! With a beautiful courtyard that also is home to my attempt at vegetable gardening, you are welcome to sit outside at the table & chairs under the lilac & trees to have a glass of wine or a sunny morning coffee. Inside the studio is a sunny sitting area with a full couch & chair, as well as a dining table for two. The newly remodeled kitchen features handmade Italian tile, full size gas range, pots & pans, kitchen tools, & tableware. The half-size refrigerator should hold your leftovers or delicious finds from the Farmer's Market that is open Tuesday & Saturday and just 0.5mi away! Santa Fe enjoys an average of 320+ days of sunshine per year - and capturing the light & clean air is a big part of being here. The studio really takes advantage of that, all of the windows face private areas (except the window behind the bed) that cannot be seen by the neighbors or the street. So although we have curtains for your privacy - feel free to throw them open and let the outside in! The studio is tucked way back on the property, although it is attached to our house. The sleeping nook has a full size handmade murphy bed that easily stores away if you'd like the extra space. We've provided sheets, pillows, a down comforter, and plenty of extra blankets should you need them (Santa Fe can be very cold at night!). We have stocked the bookshelf with a strange selection of mostly fiction - help yourself to reading them, but please do leave them here - some of them are very special to us. Also, the book by Beverly Ungar was written by my mom - she loves a mystery! The bathroom is small, simple, and sunny. With a pedestal sink and new low-flow toilet, we've got fluffy towels ready! I feel that the shower is a bit basic, the fixtures are old and we hope to update it sometime soon. Please keep in mind that Santa Fe has some of the the lowest water consumption per person in the US, with our per person rates averaging 95 gallons per person per day, compared to the national average of 150! We therefore ask you to be mindful of your water use in our dry city. Also, you will be sharing the water heater with us, and we will try to restrict heavy use to nighttime. Finally, the property has three separate living spaces. In front is a gate to the guesthouse where our tenant has lived for many years, around the back of the guesthouse are two more gates, one leads to our house, and the last one is yours! Tucked privately in back, our sunny studio is a gem.
My neighborhood is great! The location is amazing in that it is close to everything, without being in the middle of everything. It is a typical neighborhood in Santa Fe, which means it isn't really typical of anything. It is a residential street, although you won't find any lawns or that sort of thing, most of the residences here are behind adobe walls. It's residential, yet just two blocks away from St. Francis, which is one of the larger thoroughfares in the city. The "Tune Up" cafe, which was featured on the Food Network, is just three blocks away, as well as a laundromat two blocks in the opposite direction. If you like to cook or dine in, there is a Sprouts, Albertson's, and CVS about a mile away at DeVargas Center (there are restaurants & shops as well). During the summer months, the Farmer's Market is a very popular place for local organic produce & other products. The Railyard District has a Violet Crown movie theater, restaurants, shops, galleries & events just 0.5mi down the street. Canyon Road & the Santa Fe plaza are about 1.5mi away and offer endless choices for dining, gallery strolling, and shopping all steeped in 400 years of history. The plaza (or downtown) area is about a mile away and has zillions of shops, galleries, and restaurants as well as one of Santa Fe's specialties - museums! The New Mexico History Museum, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Governor's Palace, New Mexico Museum of Art, & famed Institute of American Indian Art are all right there (not including our own Museum Hill, with a handful of other museums there!). If you're taking a day trip up north to Chimayo or thereabouts, simply hop on to St. Francis and you're already on 285 north. If you'd like to head up the mountain for snowboarding or hiking, swing around Paseo de Peralta to Artist Rd & you're on your way.
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Suite privata


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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Beautiful 2 bedroom adobe apartment conveniently located in the Baca Railyard District, minutes from downtown Santa Fe and the Railyard Arts District. Enjoy a full kitchen and laundry facilities. Enjoy open air on a private patio. Walk to restaurants, bike to the railyard/downtown.
Special note to our guests during the COVID-19 outbreak: It is important to us that our guests feel safe staying in our Airbnb during the COVID-19 outbreak. To insure the safety of our guests, here are some of the things we are doing: • After a thorough cleaning, the home is sanitized using a CDC recommended sanitizer. All areas that were potentially touched by prior guests are sanitized including, door knobs, keys, kitchen counters, tables, remotes, light switches, faucets handles, etc. • Ventilation of rooms and home while cleaning. •All linens, including bedspreads and blankets, are hot water washed after every stay. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. Thank you! This lovely 2 bedroom adobe apartment is a great place for you to call home while visiting Santa Fe. It is conveniently located in the Baca Railyard District minutes from downtown Santa Fe and the Railyard Arts District. The home boasts an open concept living room and kitchen; featuring modern touches while maintaining an old Santa Fe feel with saltillo tile and kitchen vigas. The 2 bedrooms are spacious and also tiled with saltillo. Enjoy fresh air dining and relaxing on the outdoor, private patio. Included for your convenience, is a washer, dryer and dishwasher. The home is located within walking distance to 2 local favorite restaurants, Tune-Up Cafe and Counter Culture. The Railyard Arts District is a 5 minute drive away (1.1 mi) and the historic plaza is less than 10 minutes (1.8 mi). There are nearby walking/biking paths that lead directly downtown. The Acequia Trail will have you to the Railyard in 10 minutes on a bike and 20 minutes on foot. The River Trail will have you on the Plaza in 15 minutes on a bike and 35 minutes on foot.
We love the neighborhood. It is a mix of young families, millennials, artists, Santa Fe transplants and people who's families have called Santa Fe home for generations. Walk to restaurants and cafes. This location makes getting anywhere in Santa Fe easy.
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Kondominju


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Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

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