Santa Fe, New Mexico
This gorgeous house offers a peaceful and comfy stay on the outskirts of the New Mexico capital of Santa Fe at Canyon River.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 5 nights high season
Stay in a beautiful house on the outskirts of the New Mexico capital of Santa Fe at Canyon River. This spacious escape perfectly blends traditional charm with modern luxury right by the Santa Fe River and Canyon Road.
Close to the Mexican border, Latin America meets the US in a stunning partnership at this versatile and relaxing holiday home, which sleeps up to 10 guests. There are hand-trowelled plaster walls and wooden floors throughout the property, which is all on one level. The open-plan kitchen and dining room is the social hub, complete with table and chairs for up to eight people, as well as high end appliances including coffee machine, dishwasher, oven, and fridge.
There is also a kiva fireplace in the kitchen/diner, in the living room which also has comfy sofas, and the master suite. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, along with a walk-in wardrobe, and an en-suite bathroom with deep tub and separate shower. There are a further two king-size bedrooms, as well as another sleeping area with a day twin bed and pop-up trundle. These share a second bathroom.
Stepping outside, those staying can enjoy the terrace with gas barbecue facing the mountains, as well as the large garden overlooking the river. It also means that there is immediate access to hikes along the water and into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. This includes the Dale Ball Trails - a 22-mile network that offers opportunities for walkers and cyclists from beginners, right up to the more advanced, all of which can be enjoyed while taking in the amazing views.
Santa Fe itself is a buzzing city full of bars, restaurants, and culture to discover. This includes the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, which boasts 10 galleries of the artist’s most famous works. There are also the museums of International Folk Art, Indian Arts and Culture, and many more. In the heart of Santa Fe is the 400-year-old Plaza, which has food vendors, market stalls selling pottery and jewellery, and street musicians. For traditional culinary delights try Cafe Pasqual’s, or grab a burrito at La Choza. Those with a sweet tooth need to visit Kakawa Chocolate House.
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