Small apartment with kitchenette. In the living room is a Mitchell Gold pull out sofa and fold out dining table. In the upstairs loft is a small armoire and queen size bed with pillow top mattress. A 2 person hot tub waits in the private yard 60 feet from the Chama River. You'll also share enjoy a deck on the river and a nearby infrared sauna. View from the loft is exceptional. Two people can be comfortable while 4 can squeeze in using the pull out sofa in the sitting room.
Apartment on the banks of the Chama River, in a beautiful passive solar adobe home. The home blends ancient building techniques with modern design. The fusion is innovative, and comfortable. Abiquiu abounds with walking and biking trails, some to petroglyphs and Anasazi ruins, others through worlds of Red Rock cliffs, balancing rocks and white tuffa formations. Let the river murmur as you fall asleep on the luxurious pillow top queen bed located in the loft. For families or groups the common room has a queen size sofa bed with a memory foam topper. Soak in the hot tub while looking at the stars. You can schedule an appointment for healing body work in the glass house at the river's edge. The lack of TV reception encourages you to free yourself from the demands of the electronic world. (WiFi and a landline are available for those who need to or wish to stay connected.) Children are welcomed and provided with a playground--though most find feeding chickens and throwing rocks in the river the best entertainment
Toegang voor gasten
Use of a well appointed kitchenette with stove top and microwave. Private walled patio area. Infrared sauna available. Therapeutic massage can be booked for $75/session, in a screened studio at the river's edge. Larger groups can be accommodated in outbuildings. Write for details.
Interactie met gasten
The host is available but unobtrusive.
Dogs, which are welcome, should be on leashes when outside. Free Roaming poultry, presents enormous temptation to dogs. The stairs are open and might be dangerous for small dogs.
I moved to Abiquiu in 1978 and spent many years working as a hospice nurse in villages and homes throughout the area, so I have come to know the culture and the land well. I do healing bodywork in my studio next to the river. My children and grandchildren, my friends, and the soul shaking beauty of northern New Mexico fill my life and heart.