Drei Meilen südlich von Taos Plaza ist das historische Ranchos Plaza, im Jahre 1772 gebaut. Dies ist die Heimat des San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church, gemalt viele Male von Georgia O'Keefe. Es ist ein dreistöckiges Adobe auf der Westseite der Plaza. Torbögen, Kiva Kamine, Holzböden, Vigas (runde Balken) und Bancos (gebaut in Bänken.) Bei Razzien auf der Ranchos Plaza während des letzten Jahrhunderts, würden die Frauen und Kinder in diesem Haus verstecken. Wenn Sie alte Taos erleben wollen, ist dies der Ort zu bleiben.
- Englisch, Französisch
- Kalender zuletzt aktualisiert:
- 19. Nov. 2018
100% Erstattung für Stornierungen bis zu 60 Tage vor Anreise. 50% Erstattung für Stornierungen bis zu 30 Tage vor Anreise.
So-so. Would not stay again.
Without GPS it is hard to find. Fairly clean but a few spiders. Newer appliances but the main beds are only double size - harder for older renters - but the lack of curtains and some unlockable windows were of some concern. Enjoyed the authentic adobe atmosphere. We arrived the evening the weather turned colder and could not get any heat to turn on because the gas pilots had not been lit.
Wish you had let me know about heat - I would have come right away. I sent you directions - did you not receive them? In the future please work directly with the hosts rather than hurt them with a bad review. I put my heart and soul into this house and am happy to get constructive reviews.
Clean, nice, and comfortable
Wish the 3rd bedroom had a bunk bed instead of a trundle and a door.
Amazing, historic and beautiful
What an amazing property! The house is beautiful and Page provided a historical overview of the property area, and her passion for it was obvious!
The house had every thing we needed, the beds are extremely comfortable, and every thing was immaculate. I would not hesitate to stay here again and again!
A quiet stay in an historic home
We enjoyed our stay at at this fascinating historic home. It is located in a quiet courtyard and is across the street from the famous church painted by Georgia O'Keefe. Just around the corner is a very good restaurant.
The house is very old, but comfortable and the kitchen is new and furnished with all the necessities.
If you stay in warm weather, be sure to have coffee on the lovely covered veranda while you listen to the birds.
We didn't meet Page, but she was easily available by text.
We would definitely stay here again on another trip to Taos.
Quaint and Charming Historic Taos Home
Quirky historic adobe home full of character and charm.
I stayed over the weekend to ski after a business trip and was so fortunate to find this hidden gem just south of town.
Home has 2 private living areas, one with a living room, 2 fireplaces, bedroom and bath and another with 2 bedrooms, sofa, and dining table. The kitchen is in between the two areas making for a very convenient and private living situation.
A few words of advice, your mobile navigation will be a bit unreliable. We tried to walk to the local restaurants that are so conveniently located around the block and were directed in a different direction across the highway (several times!) Also the house must have been added onto over the centuries, so the entryways to many of the rooms have a few (to several) inches step up or down and some are very low. This may be difficult for some people and an inconvenience for others. There are 2 double beds and 1 twin bed.
Overall, it was a unique and lovely way to have a more authentic and interesting stay in Taos. The ski resort is about a half hour away and the town is just a few minutes down the road.
very nice owner, butiful place
This was the first time we rented a house but not a hotel and it was a very pleasant experience. This place has a character, it's more like staying in your friends house. Lots of nice features like kitchen supplies that pleased my wife, board games for kids, etc. Cosy, comfortable and enough space for my family with 4 kids. Very responsive and friendly owner that was a pleasure to communicate with.
One note is quite low door frames which is not a surprise for a house built several hundreds years ago. My teenager who is 6ft tall hit it couple times before he learned to dig under each time.