Welcome! My family carved this door as we were building the house in the late 70s.  This wonderful entry hall invites our guests to share in the tranquility of our home.


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Treat yourself to the warm hospitality and peaceful spirit of this lovely solar adobe, barn wood home nestled amid cool mountain pines! Upstairs, two private rooms with shared bath. Downstairs charming two bedroom apartment features private bath.


L'alloggio
L'alloggio
Posti letto: 2
Bagni: 1
Camere da letto: 1
Letti: 1
Check-In: 15:00 - 00:00
Check-Out: 11:00
Tipologia alloggio: Stanza privata

Servizi
Servizi

Prezzi
Prezzi
Ospiti extra: nessun costo aggiuntivo
Spese di pulizia: 9€
Sconto settimanale: 8%
Termini di Cancellazione: Moderati

Descrizione
Descrizione

Treat yourself to the warm hospitality and peaceful spirit of this lovely solar adobe, barn wood home nestled amid cool mountain pines! Upstairs, two private rooms with shared bath. Downstairs charming two bedroom apartment features private bath.

The Peacock Parlor features a Southwestern style barn wood ceiling with pine vigas and window views of deer on the wooded hillside. Flat screen television has Roku access to Netflix, Amazon Prime, news, and other channels. Hot beverage supplies in each room. Shared bath when second rental room is booked.

Make yourself at home in the sunken living room featuring large fireplace, piano, and surround picture windows looking toward our 12,000 ft. peak, Sierra Blanca. Burl stump end tables made from the tree under which Billy the Kid sang to his lover, Dulcuiea Del Toboso.

Throughout the house you will see the special paintings by my grandparents, and other lovely works of art from the gallery that we owned for many years. Many of the books have been handed down through generations, and include genres of mystery, classic literature, politics, Jungian psychology, world religions, and mythic narrative. The peacock feathers featured throughout the house were gathered over a hundred years ago from my great uncle's farm.

The charming kitchen sports a lovely fireplace and island which seats six should you want to heckle the cook.

Outdoor patio has Mexican chiminea for cozy fires whether lounging for your morning coffee or enjoying the night air.

Wifi reaches throughout the house and onto the patio. * Driveway is steep, but has served us for over 30 years, and is best confidently approached in low gear.

Our family home is known throughout the area as particularly unique, and has provided a lovely retreat for many beloved guests throughout the years.

Downstairs basement is off limits. The Bogyman lives down there.

I'm happy to hermit myself away if you're looking for a refuge and special solitude. However, as my time allows, if you prefer a hostess who fusses and mothers, just let me know. I'll be available on site during your stay should you need anything.

We were the second house on the hill when my family built this home in 1978. The neighborhood overlooks the schools, though the property is fairly private and wooded. The deer seem to think my property is a day spa to work on their tans, and there are usually 5-20 deer each day that wander or lounge about outside the windows. Summer birds include bluejays, hummers, woodpeckers, nuthatches, and others.

After only a five minute drive from the house to "Midtown," you can wander through a wide variety of shopping, restaurants, pubs, and art museums. The Inn of the Mountain Gods hotel, mountain golf course, and casino is about a 15 minute drive south of the house. Horse racing season runs throughout the summer and the Cowboy Symposium and Octoberfest occur in October. Enjoy beautiful views, hiking trails, horseback riding, and other local activities and events.

Lincoln County Transit, available during the day, will transport you from any location within city limits for $2.00 each way! There is an Enterprise car rental agency in town.

I'm free with snacks, fresh homemade bread, lemonade, tall refreshing glasses of ice tea or smoothies, coffee or a nice cup of hot tea. Happy to provide information about the area when you arrive, (tourist pamphlets available). If you'd like a home cooked meal or would like to barbeque on the patio, that can be arranged.

If you want to just hang out, there's a great collection of puzzles and board games (Masterpiece, National Park Monopoly, Scrabble, Fact or Crap, and many more).

Computer, printer, digital projector and other items may be available upon request.

This split level home has a number of steps that may prove challenging to those with mobility issues.


Regole della casa
Regole della casa
Animali non ammessi
Ora del check-in: 15:00 - 00:00.

Please post a front facing photo of yourself before booking. Tell me a little about your group and your trip. Like most Airbnb hosts, I like to have a sense of the guests I'm welcoming into my home.

Please smoke outside on the patio unless prohibited by city ordinance. Use white face cloths provided for color stripping ointments and cleansers rather than colored bath towels. Leave all hot logs within fireplaces. Do not remove and place in pine needles for "safety."

A 4WD vehicle is required when the driveway is snow covered. Please honor host recommendations and DO NOT attempt this driveway under snowy conditions without 4WD. Host will offer alternative parking and pickup/dropoff should conditions require.

In general, just love my home as I do, don't litter, and don't leave your knickers lying around.


Dispositivi di sicurezza
Dispositivi di sicurezza
Rilevatore di fumo
Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio
Kit di pronto soccorso
Carta di sicurezza
Estintore

Disponibilità
Disponibilità

Ospitato da Susan

Ruidoso, New Mexico, Stati Uniti · Membro da Marzo 2014
Susan

Welcome! I'm Susan, a mountain girl raised in New Mexico's Lincoln National Forest. In the early 80s, I traveled throughout the US, Canada, and Europe with the singing group, Up With People. During that year, I had 78 host families throughout the eight countries to which I traveled, and that amazing journey warmed my heart to personal hospitality as treasured bridge between my own life and the amazing lives that bubble around me, near and far.

As a national exchange student to Portland, Maine when I was in college, I managed the tourism and lobster bake events offered by the ferry boats of Casco Bay. I later worked as Assistant Dean of Students for an American college in Lugano, Switzerland, mothering students as they nested into life outside of their own homes and countries.

I've returned to the mountains of New Mexico where I teach online for several universities, primarily classes on world religions, political science, communication, writing, and psychology. I'm also the Executive Director of a non-profit, NM Organized Against Trafficking Humans. All in all, my days are filled with grant-writing, teaching online, renovating our family home, writing, and working with various state and federal task forces on the issue of human trafficking.

I love my home, and I look forward to sharing it with others, and you'll be most welcome if your travels bring you my way.

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