Come and stay with us in your own 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath guest house featuring rustic decor and a wood stove. Take a step outside your door to give treats to the many animals on the 2 1/2 acre farm including; bunnies, chickens, ducks, and horses!
Enjoy your nice latte on the porch or around the fire-pit. Farm fresh eggs and seasonal produce also available!
Just a few yards from your hosts, we will be more than happy to give you a tour of the farm, provide insights into the area, or just sit for a chat!
We are just across the road from San Lorenzo Canyon recreation area which is perfect for hiking, biking, horseback riding, climbing, and 4-wheelers. We are just a couple miles from the Rio Grande and Socorro Nature center. The town of Socorro is 10 minutes away which hosts a few restaurants, New Mexico Tech, movie theater and more. We are also a short drive from Bosque del apache wildlife refuge, which is known worldwide for it's wildlife photography and festival of cranes. If you are interested in rock climbing, you will find world class top rope walls and bouldering sites at Box Canyon and across Socorro County. Come enjoy some time on the farm with us and enjoy the many hiking opportunities around!
Dogs are allowed on the premises, however must be under owner's control either by voice command or on a leash.
Horse boarding is available as well.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 4 months out
The vibe at Desert Farm Casita
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The Desert Farm Casita is such a unique way to experience a night in New Mexico.
As we pulled up to the pink, adobe house we instantly were greeted by the hosts' friendly farm animals. Soon after, Samantha and her husband Kyle, got home from work and could not have been any more welcoming and helpful.
The casita, a separate 1-room guest house, is cozy and perfect for a few night's stay. Inside is a queen bed, clean bathroom, wood stove, and plenty of brochures to get familiar with the surrounding areas. There is also more than enough room on the property to set up tents. Samantha and Kyle provide plenty of firewood to have a fire inside on the casita's wood stove or on the outside fire ring.
The following morning Kyle was nice enough to introduce us to the animals, let us feed them, and give us a rundown of their land. From the 360 degree view of surrounding mountains to the genuine hosts, I could not recommend staying a night at the Desert Farm Casita enough!
The casita is a cute little house in a gorgeous region of New Mexico. It's about the size of a small bedroom and very homey. We got in pretty late and didn't get a chance to look around, so in the morning we woke up to find a lovely small farm with chickens, horses, rabbits, dogs, and a cat. Samantha and her husband were very friendly and showed us around the farm, including to hold the baby bunnies! They gave us a lot of recommendations for the area - they know the area, which has a lot of history and even more nature, very well.