Roof top deck with big mountain views, A cook's kitchen, Enclosed yard, Private Hot tub, Wi-Fi High Speed Internet Access, Fruit trees
|Vacation House in Arroyo Seco New Mexico|
|Bedrooms:||3 Bedrooms • Sleeps 8|
|Bed Arrangements:||3 Queen, 2 twin child folding foam futons|
|Bathrooms:||2 Full Bathrooms|
|Living Space:||1395 sqft.|
|Hot Tub:||Hot Tub (Private)|
Vacation Rental Description
Arroyo Seco - 1/2 block walk to Seco Village - 7 miles to town of Taos, New Mexico and 9 miles to Taos Ski Valley, 15 minutes either direction
Nestled at the foot of Taos Mountain in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountain range, Casa Sofia is one of the oldest adobe homes in the charming rural village of Arroyo Seco. It's a short walk to the village shops, galleries and fine places to eat, a 15-minute drive to the world famous Taos Ski Valley and a 15-minute drive to the Town of Taos.
Casa Sofia is newly renovated, equipped with all the conveniences of home and decorated with a multi-cultural mix of arts & crafts from the Southwest. Spacious living room with kiva fireplace, 3 bedrooms each with queen beds, 2 baths.
The Taos area offers a host of activities: world-class skiing, hikes to mountain wildflowers and waterfalls, white water rafting, hot air ballooning, gold, tennis, mountain biking. Taos Pueblo, a 10-minute drive, is the oldest continually occupied structure in North America with tours and several festivals open to the public. You will find excellent museums, restaurants, shops, a cinema, including a weekly art film series, classes and workshops. The Taos Film Festival takes place in March; the World Poetry Bout in June; the Solar Music Festival in July, Fiestas in August, the Fall Arts Festival in September; the Balloon Festival in October; the Winter Holidays are alight with luminaries. To help you plan your stay, visit www.taoschamber.com . Phone the Taos Chamber of Commerce at 800-732-8267 or stop in and pick up some of their many brochures and maps.
We invite you to enjoy this home, cool in the summer and snug in the winter. It¹s a perfect retreat for starting a book, revising a manuscript, painting a canvas...or doing nothing at all. Climb the stairs or sipapu ladder to the roof deck and sit back for the gorgeous light show of a northern New Mexico sunset, and later, look back on your day in the hot tub under New Mexico's famous star-filled sky. Enjoy!