From all my years of discovering hide-a-way places Iíve never found one like this.
Located in the high desert about 75 miles Northwest of Santa Fe itís a unique sanctuary. A haven for serious solitude, rustic retreat, and outdoor exploring.
You get some clues before you arrive ó 16 miles of gravel road in, 2 gates, no cell phone service ó in other words, you will not be staying at a Holiday Inn. Instead, you find a welcoming casita, friendly caretakers, and a majestic setting.
If youíre alone, it offers a time and place to reflect, restore, and consider your path. If youíre with someone, itís a rare opportunity to share untouched time and strengthen your relationship. Most of all, itís a place to escape the craziness of our constant connections. Itís unplug heaven.
The Casita welcomes you with ďCome on in, make yourself at home, and stay a while.Ē Itís unpretentious but warm, functional but with its own Southwestern personality. Thereís all you need ó kitchen with tools, dinning table, very comfy bed, and a living area large enough to stretch.
The outside deck is a great place for an early morning breakout or a leisurely evening dinner. Lounge chairs, wait in the shade of trees, offering a place to read or laze.
A short hike up the trail surprises you with an open, outdoor sleeping enclave. Overlooking the valley below, with its surrounding barns and outhouses, it faces the splendor of the red rock canyon walls across the way. A magical place for an overnight stay or to view an awaking day or the sparkle of the stars appearing on the night canvas.
Andrew, Elizabeth, and David are respectful of your privacy but always available if you need them. Come for few days or settle in for a few weeks. You will find it an immeasurable pleasure.