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· New Mexico
6 acres
4 sites
4 Glamping
We are located in the Santa Fe National Forest, on 6 acres right on the Pecos river and El Macho creek. You can fish right off the property and explore local hikes. The elevation is 7200 feet in a gorgeous setting surrounded by mountains. We have a pavilion and a huge outdoor kitchen for you to enjoy.
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New Mexico, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Marc R.Joined in June 2018
Response rate: 100%
2 Ratings · 2 reviews
Kelsey B.recommends
November 13, 2022
Fieldtrip A-frame
Spoiled rotten amongst the pines
Wow. This spot blew our minds. There was no detail left unthought of. From the decorations to all the little essentials that made us feel right at home. Snacks, beverages, games, cozy slippers... the list is endless. The private deck fireplace was the most lovely spot to have coffee and we couldn't have asked for a better way to end the evening than with a little soak in the hot tub. The beds were so comfortable we had a hard time getting out of them! This may be a bit of a drive from Santa Fe but it's well worth it. Head up the canyon for lots of peaceful hiking options.
Robin Y.recommends
October 4, 2022
Fieldtrip A-frame
Cozy one-time getaway
Lovely Aframe home along the Pecos River, which you can hear from the loft bed with the window open. Comfortable beds, well stocked kitchen with snacks and drinks AND fixings for smores over the outdoor gas fire pit. The railing to the loft made it easy to access. Helpful host. Easy to find right off the main road. One negative is that there's no curtain in the bathroom (which faces the road), but could easily be remedied. And, IMO, as nice as it was, it was overpriced for a NM rental, which would, sadly, make a return stay unlikely.
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