As we planned this house, we kept in mind the needs of the mobility challenged folks; so there is a ramp onto the patio, a ramp into the house and doorways large enough for the average wheelchair. You will also find safety bars where needed and a roll-under kitchen counter.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
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Lovely place to rest.
We loved staying in this little tiny house! It had every amenity we could have needed/wanted, and the bed was SO comfortable. Everything was super clean! The host's are super sweet as well, we would definitely stay here again!!!
Beautiful tiny house with New Mexico charm! Beautiful antique touches and art integrated into the design made for a the perfect desert escape and cozy stay. Penelope was a welcoming and wonderful host. Looking forward to future visits!
Cozy, clean, and comfortable
The Quail Run Tiny Guesthouse was the perfect spot to decompress after a long day at White Sands, National Park. Very clean, super cozy, and the host was super friendly (as was her adorable dog).
So cute and cozy!
This tiny house was so adorable! You could tell that there was so much care and attention to detail that was put into the design and decor. Penelope was so great and friendly! She recommended a great pizza place up in the Lincoln National forest which was awesome! We saw white sands early in the morning which was perfect for photos! We only had one night here but it was perfect and would love to come back and recommend this to anyone coming to the area! Thank you again, Penelope!