Amazing hidden gem in Santa Fe! The treehouse was pretty basic but can we talk about the STARS in this location. I shed a few tears after stepping out of the cabin to grab things from the truck. If you’re going for comfort and luxury, this isn’t for you. If you want a fabulous environment with a very welcoming, friendly, detailed host, this place is for you.
I will definitely be coming back and staying for more than one night!
It was a nice relaxing place to chill out for a couple days. Melanie was very welcoming and accommodating. We were in a tent with no electricity or fans, but she came through and let us borrow a fan. Melanie felt like a sweet Aunt anyone would be happy to be around.
We spent a good chunk of the day in the pool which was cool at first but so refreshing. She also had the sweetest puppy, Zoe, who she let us pet and play with. They also gave us firewood and fire starters when we were struggling.
If we were ever traveling the area again, we would stay again. Thanks for some great memories!
Well, we first walked into the shop to meet our host and shop around. That was a lot of fun.
Then we stepped outside to move our car to our camping spot and my friend got stung by a bee in the chin. Then we decided to not camp near the flowers and therefore were in the open because we couldn’t park our vehicle (tent in truck bed) in the grass, which apparently is the case for RVs too. All night all we heard were cars and big rigs passing by and constant trains (17 total!!) in the other direction.
We were warned about no restroom from 6:30 pm-7:30 am but I would suggest having a portapotty or something on the grounds somewhere for tent campers.
This stay wasn’t as majestic as the description claims. If you want cheap and noisy, this is it. If you want some sleep, I suggest paying a bit more and going elsewhere. Again, no reflection of the business itself just not a good location for camping.