About Chameleon, Rustic Cabin
Chameleon: 2 room cabin, NO running water and no toilet facilities in the casita, sleeps 4, possibly 5, two (2) double beds in the bedroom, and a sofa (not a bed) for an extra person. Wood stove, hot plate & electric appliances for cooking. Open deck on the Pecos River! with an outdoor fireplace.
Community bathhouse with commodes and showers, 300 feet from Chameleon.
No tents allowed.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Cabins & Lodging
- Check in after: 3PM
- Check out before: 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Chameleon, Rustic Cabin
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We had a much-needed relaxing time at this charming, rustic cabin. The deck + fireplace right on the Pecos River was so dreamy. It felt very secluded and like going into another world, but it was very easy to get to and had lots of amenities. I loved all the charming details and appliances inside the house, it felt like a home with lots of character. You will need to be respectful of neighbors but there are lots of places to explore beyond the cabin. It's a real treat, and just outside of Santa Fe!
This place was incredible. Gabriel and Ramona are extremely responsive, friendly hosts and made me feel like a priority. The cabin itself is super cozy, very well-kept, clean, beautifully decorated and located on a great property with access to a short trail along the Pecos River. If I ever have to come back to Santa Fe for anything, I'll definitely be booking Chameleon again.
We had a wonderful stay at the Chameleon cabin. Ramona and Gabriel were kind and helpful, always quick to respond to questions. The setting was sweet and peaceful. The cabin itself was clean and enjoyable. It provided a great anchor-spot to launch day trips from, and on the rainy day we decided to stay home and watch movies, it was a perfect place. This cabin is literally right on the banks of the Pecos River. We enjoyed seeing the river during the day, and the sound of it was soothing for us and our two-month old daughter at night. The river is a dwelling place for trout, and we saw fly-fishers wade by from time to time. It was an easy drive to Santa Fe, nearby national monuments, and the beautiful Santa Fe National Forest is just down the road. If you are looking for a rustic cabin in Northern New Mexico, we recommend Chameleon as a high option.